H. Rept. 116-184 1 (2019-07-30)

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                     116TH CONGRESS                                           REPORT
                        1st Session     HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES              116-184







                                  STEM OPPORTUNITIES ACT OF 2019



                      JULY 30, 2019.-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of
                                         the Union and ordered to be printed



                     Ms. JOHNSON of Texas, from the Committee on Science, Space, and
                                     Technology, submitted the following


                                               REPORT

                                             [To accompany H.R. 2528]

                               [Including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office]

                       The Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, to whom was
                     referred the bill (H.R. 2528) to direct the Director of the Office of
                     Science and Technology Policy to carry out programs and activities
                     to ensure that Federal science agencies and institutions of higher
                     education receiving Federal research and development funding are
                     fully engaging their entire talent pool, and for other purposes, hav-
                     ing considered the same, report favorably thereon with an amend-
                     ment and recommend that the bill as amended do pass.

                                                   CONTENTS
                                                                                        Page
                         I. A m en dm en t  ...............................................................................................  2
                         II.  P u rpose  of  th e  B ill  ......................................................................................  12
                         III. Background  and  Need  for the  Legislation  ................................................  12
                         IV .  C om m ittee  H earings  ..................................................................................  13
                         V. Com mittee  Consideration  and  Votes  .........................................................  14
                         VI. Summary of M ajor Provisions of the Bill ..................................................  14
                       VII. Section-by-Section Analysis (By Title and Section) ..................................  14
                       V III.  C om m ittee  V iew s  ........................................................................................  16
                       IX . C ost  E stim ate  ............................................................................................. .  17
                       X. Congressional Budget Office Cost Estimate  .............................................  17
                       XI. Compliance With Public Law 104-4 (Unfunded Mandates) .................... 20
                       XII. Committee Oversight Findings and Recommendations ...........................  20
                       XIII. Statement on General Performance Goals and Objectives ...................... 20
                       XIV. Federal Advisory  Committee  Statement  ...................................................  20
                       XV. Duplication  of Federal Program s  ...............................................................  20
                       XV I.  E arm ark  Identification  ..............................................................................  21
                       XVII. Applicability  to  the  Legislative  Branch  .....................................................  21
                     XVIII. Statement on Preemption of State, Local, or Tribal Law ........................ 21
                     XIX. Changes in Existing Law Made by the Bill, as Reported ........................ 21
                       XX. Proceedings of Full Committee M  arkup  ....................................................  29
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