- $200,000 for Project Alert, a school-based drug prevention program
- $7,100,000 for forensic support and grants to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
- $100,000 for the Child Pornography Tipline
- $10,000,000 to Intercity Bus Security to improve security for operators and passengers by providing bus security enhancements and training to bus companies and others
- $22,000,000 to the trucking industry security program to promote security awareness among all segments of the commercial motor carriers and transportation community
- $2.5 billion for "highway security," which consists of building and improving roads
- $50,000,000 to provide an exercise program that meets the intent of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
- $38 million to fully cover all remaining fire claims from the Cerro Grande Fire in New Mexico
- $20,000,000 to renovate the Nebraska Avenue Headquarters of the Department of Homeland Security
- $500,000 for a homeland security program at the Morehead State University Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy
- $22,800 for Mason County, Washington, to buy six radios that are incompatible with county radios
- $30,000 for a Tennessee high school to have a defibrillator on hand for a basketball tournament
- $98,000 for on training courses by the Tecumseh, Michigan, fire department–that no one attended
- $557,400 to North Pole, an Alaska town of 1,570 people, for homeland security rescue and communications equipment
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