Thursday, October 13, 2022

Senate Begins Consideration of HR 7900 – FY 2023 NDAA

On Tuesday, the Senate (meeting in a 26-minute session in the middle of their pre-election work-from-home period) began consideration of HR 7900, the FY 2023 National Defense Authorization Act. It did little more than recognize that they would consider SA 5499 as the substitute language for the bill and introduce an additional 34 amendments.

The amendments offered Tuesday include:

SA 6443. Mr. REED - At the end, add the following: DIVISION E—Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2022,

SA 6444. Mr. REED - Strike title XXXV and insert the following: TITLE XXXV—Maritime Matters Subtitle A—Short Title; Authorization of Appropriations for the Maritime Administration

Includes: SEC. 3526. Study of cybersecurity and national security threats posed by foreign manufactured cranes at united states ports. (Pg S6520)

SA 6445. Mr. REED – Add at the end the following: DIVISION E—Department of State Authorizations

Includes: TITLE LV—Information Security and Cyber Diplomacy (pg S6537)

SA 6464. Mr. REED - At the end, add the following: DIVISION E—Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Matters


Subtitle D—Technological Hazards Preparedness and Training, and

Subtitle F—Satellite Cybersecurity Act

The Senate will resume consideration of the bill on November 14th, 2022.

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