With both the House and Senate in session, there were 78 bills introduced yesterday. Of those, three may be of specific interest to readers of this blog:
HR 1465 To authorize the Secretary of Homeland Security to work with cybersecurity consortia for training, and for other purposes. Rep. Castro, Joaquin [D-TX-20]
S 592 A bill to amend title 10, United States Code, to support meeting the increasing needs of the United States for a cybersecurity and information assurance workforce by reinvigorating and modifying the Information Assurance Scholarship Program of the Department of Defense, and for other purposes. Sen. Kaine, Tim [D-VA]
HR 1465 and S 594 are almost certainly companion bills. I suspect that they will be very similar to HR 4743 and S 3295 that were introduced in the 114th Congress. HR 4743 passed with a strongly bipartisan vote in the House, but neither bill was taken up in the Senate.
On S 592 it will be interesting to see if there is specific mention of control system security and to see if there are funds authorized for the program.