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House Appropriations Committee proposal summary table
Agency Activity  Amount  
Total    $1,701,021,000  
Aid already planned for Colombia, 2000-2001    $ 330,000,000  
Total assistance    $2,031,021,000  
       
DEA    $ 299,698,000  
  DEA Programs  $17,198,000 Funds Operation Copperhead (Signal Intelligence) and Operation Breakthrough (Human Intelligence) for Colombian interdiction efforts.
     $6,250,000 Surveillance and electronic intercept equipment in source countries
     $5,000,000 Enhance regional analytic and support capabilities
     $4,500,000 Improvements to the MERLIN system to support intelligence and investigative requirements
     $1,448,000 Other field programs
  Telecommunications Carrier Compliance Fund  $ 282,500,000  
Department of Defense    $ 185,800,000  
     $21,200,000 Train and equip Colombian Army counternarcotics battalions
     $1,000,000 Counternarcotics brigade headquarters
     $13,200,000 Aviation infrastructure support
     $6,000,000 Military reform
     $5,000,000 Organic intelligence capability (Colombian Air Force)
     $5,000,000 Senior Scout
     $10,000,000 Tracker aircraft modifications
     $7,400,000 AC-47 aircraft modifications
     $20,000,000 Ground based radars
     $5,000,000 Radar command and control
     $7,000,000 Andean Ridge intelligence collection
     $5,000,000 Colombian ground interdiction
     $80,000,000 Classified
Department of State    $1,099,000,000  
  Support for the Push into Southern Colombia  $ 501,000,000  
     $7,000,000 Train and equip Colombian Army counternarcotics battalions
     $64,000,000 Army counternarcotics battalion UH-1N program (15 UH-1Ns)
     $362,000,000 Army counternarcotics battalion UH-60 program (28 Blackhawks)
     $6,000,000 Sustain Army counternarcotics battalion
     $3,000,000 Forward infrastructure development
     $4,000,000 Force protection enhancements
     $4,400,000 Logistical support
     $9,000,000 Army counternarcotics battalion organic intelligence
     $1,100,000 Training for senior commanders
     $3,000,000 Army counternarcotics battalion communications
     $6,500,000 Other infrastructure and sustainment
     $16,000,000 Alternative development in southern Colombia
     $15,000,000 Temporary emergency resettlement and employment
   Support for interdiction efforts  $ 130,500,000  
     $15,000,000 Upgrade Colombian Air Force OV-10 aircraft
     $1,900,000 Upgrade aircraft for night operations
     $8,000,000 Airfield upgrades
     $68,000,000 Upgrade U.S. Customs Service P-3 aircraft radar systems
     $19,500,000 Support for Colombian air interdiction program
     $12,000,000 Support for Colombian riverine interdiction program
     $2,000,000 Ammunition for Colombian riverine interdiction program
     $1,000,000 Colombian Navy operations infrastructure support
     $1,000,000 U.S. ONDCP Counternarcotics intelligence architecture
     $2,100,000 U.S. Treasury / OFAC sanctions support
  Support for the Colombian National Police  $ 115,500,000  
     $3,000,000 Secure communications
     $3,000,000 Weapons and ammunition
     $26,000,000 UH-60 Blackhawk procurement and support
     $2,000,000 Enhanced logistical support
     $5,000,000 CNP forward operating capability and force protection
     $5,000,000 CNP border bases construction
     $2,000,000 Additional CNP airmobile units
     $8,000,000 Upgrade CNP aviation facilities
     $20,000,000 Additional spray aircraft (T-65 and OV-10)
     $5,000,000 Upgrade existing CNP airplanes (including FLIR)
     $20,600,000 Upgrade 12 UH-1H helicopters to Huey II configuration
     $5,000,000 Sustainment and operations
     $1,900,000 Training for pilots and mechanics
     $2,000,000 Airfield security
     $4,000,000 Enhanced eradication
     $3,000,000 Spare parts
  Support for Alternative Economic Development in Colombia  $ 116,500,000  
     $5,000,000 Environmental programs
     $46,000,000 Voluntary eradication programs
     $15,000,000 Assistance to local governments
     $24,500,000 Assistance for internally displaced persons
     $6,000,000 AID Operating Expenses in Colombia
     $20,000,000 Community-level alternative development
  Support for Human Rights and Judicial Reform in Colombia  $98,500,000  
     $4,500,000 Protection of human rights workers
     $8,500,000 Strengthen human rights institutions
     $4,000,000 Establish CNP / Fiscalia human rights units
     $2,500,000 Judicial system policy reform
     $3,500,000 Criminal code reform
     $4,500,000 Prosecutor training
     $4,000,000 Judges training
     $6,500,000 Casa de Justicia judicial program
     $2,500,000 Public defender program
     $4,000,000 Asset forfeiture-money laundering task force
     $4,000,000 Counternarcotics investigative units
     $6,000,000 Anti-corruption program
     $1,000,000 Asset management program
     $2,000,000 Anti-kidnapping program
     $3,000,000 Financial crime program
     $4,000,000 Judicial police training program
     $5,000,000 Witness and judicial security
     $1,500,000 Armed Forces human rights and legal reform
     $1,000,000 Army JAG school
     $6,000,000 Training for Customs police
     $4,000,000 Maritime enforcement and port security
     $4,500,000 Multilateral case initiative
     $8,000,000 Prison security program
     $1,000,000 Banking supervision assistance
     $1,000,000 Revenue enhancement assistance
     $1,000,000 Customs training assistance
     $1,000,000 Conflict management and peace process
  Support for Peru  $42,000,000  
     $15,000,000 Alternative economic development
     $7,000,000 Upgrade 4 UH-1H helicopters to Huey II configuration
     $20,000,000 Other interdiction programs
  Support for Bolivia  $57,000,000  
     $49,000,000 Alternative economic development and other programs
     $8,000,000 Interdiction
  Support for Ecuador  $20,000,000  
     $8,000,000 Alternative economic development and other programs
     $3,500,000 Upgrade 2 UH-1H helicopters to Huey II configuration
     $8,500,000 Other interdiction programs
  Support for Regional Interdiction Programs  $18,000,000 Panama, Costa Rica, Brazil, Venezuela, etc.
Military Construction, Defense-wide    $ 116,523,000  
  Ecuador  $61,273,000  
     $38,600,000 Airfield Pavement / Rinse Facility
     $6,723,000 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar/Nose/Dock Apron
     $4,900,000 Expeditionary Maintenance Facilities
     $2,200,000 Expeditionary Rescue Station
     $2,600,000 Expeditionary Squadron Ops/AMU/Storage
     $4,650,000 Expeditionary Visiting Airmen Quarters/Dining Facility
     $1,600,000 Expeditionary Visiting Officer Quarters
  Aruba  $10,250,000  
     $8,800,000 Airfield Pavement / Rinse Facility
     $  860,000 Expeditionary Maintenance Facilities
     $  590,000 Small Exped. Aircraft Maintenance Hangar/Apron
  Curacao  $43,900,000  
     $29,500,000 Airfield Pavement / Rinse Facility
     $9,200,000 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar/Nose/Dock Apron
     $3,000,000 Expeditionary Maintenance Facilities
     $2,200,000 Expeditionary Squadron Ops/AMU/Storage
  Various  $ 1,100,000 Planning and Design
       
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