The $1.9 Billion "Enhanced Capitol Security" Bill (HR 3237)
$16.49 million for security expenses for the Senate
$22.19 million for security expenses for the House of Representatives
Enhanced security for members of Congress
$37.5 million for Capitol Police "Salaries"
$3.6 million for retention bonuses
$6.9 million for hazard pay
$1.36 million for the wellness program
$41.8 million for Capitol Police General Expenses
$2.63 million for physical protection barriers
$5 million for agreements with state and local law enforcment agencies
$4.8 million for protection of members of Congress
Bodycam requirements for Capitol Police
Unless the officer is serving on a personal protection detail
$221.7 million for Capitol Construction and Operations
$350 million for Capitol Complex Emergency Response and Infrastructure
$100 million for security screening vestibules and a "retractable security system"
$13.7 million for Library of Congress Salaries and Expenses
$15.2 million for Senate coronavirus response
$174,000 "Death Gratuities" for families of deceased members of Congress
A long running tradition in Congress when a member passes away is to include a rider in a bill that pays a year's salary to their family members.
This bill provides $174,000 payouts to the family of Ronald Wright and Alcee Hastings.
$31 million for House of Representatives coronavirus response
$170,000 for Congressional Budget Office coronavirus response
$99.6 million for Architect of the Capitol coronavirus response
$16.2 million for Library of Congress salaries and expenses
$7.3 million for Government Publishing Office coronavirus response
$3.8 million for Department of Justice salaries and expenses
$34 million for United States Attorneys salaries and expenses
$26 million for US Marshalls salaries and expenses
$25 million of which is for judicial security
$1 million of which is for responding to the January 6th incident
$1.7 million for National Security Division salaries and expenses
$5.5 million for FBI salaries and expenses
$1.5 million for the ATF
$1.8 million for Federal Prison System salaries and expenses
$231 million for the Army National Guard to "respond to the attack and prevent similar incidents"
$28.9 million for the Air Force National Guard to "respond to the attack and prevent similar incidents"
$218.5 million for the Army National Guard Operations and Maintenance
$42.5 million for the Air Force National Guard Operations and Maintenance
$200 million for a DC National Guard "quick reaction force"
$157.5 million for "Court security" for Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other Judicial Services
$66.8 million for District of Columbia Emergency Planning
$5 million for the Federal Buildings Fund for "security improvement studies"
$6.8 million for Secret Service Operations and Support
$9 million for the National Park Service
$6.7 million for expenses related to the January 6th incident, and to prevent similar incidents
$2.3 million to equip US Park Police with body cameras