Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies

Hse Subcomm Members Hearings |  Sen Subcomm Members Hearings

FY 2019 House Action:
Subcomm:  Approved: 5/15 |  Draft Bill |  Summary | 
Full Comm:  Markup scheduled Tuesday, 5/22, 10am 2118 Rayburn  LIVE STREAM

FY 2019 Senate Action:
Full Comm:

FY 2019 Conference Action:
Conf. Report:
House Approval:
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President’s Approval:

CRS funding summary:  Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies FY2018 Appropriations

The Interior-Environment bill funds the following agencies:
Department of the Interior (except Bureau of Reclamation, which is in the Energy-Water bill)
–Bureau of Indian Affairs (Interior)
–Bureau of Land Management (Interior)
–Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (Interior)
–Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (Interior)
–Historic Preservation Fund (Interior)
–Insular Affairs, Office of (Interior)
–National Park Service (Interior)
–Office of Special Trustee for American Indians (Interior)
–Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (Interior)
–U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Interior)
–U.S. Geological Survey (Interior)
Environmental Protection Agency
Other Agencies:
–Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
–Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (HHS)
–Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
–Commission of Fine Arts
–Council on Environmental Quality
–Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission
–Forest Service (USDA)
–Indian Health Service (HHS)
–Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development
–John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
–National Capital Planning Commission
–National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities (except Institute of Museum and Library Services)
–National Gallery of Art
–National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Superfund-related activities)
–Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation
–Presidio Trust
–Smithsonian Institution
–United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
–Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
In most respects House and Senate appropriations subcommittee jurisdictions are parallel.

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Historical Database – Interior-Environment: 

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  FY   Omnibus,
Individual Bill or CR
Joint Stmt
2018 Omni-18 Div G Interior  H.Rept. 115-238        n/a
2017 Omni-17  Div G Joint Stmt  Div G H.Rept. 114-632  S. Rept. 114-281
2016 Omni-16  Div G Part II  Div G  H. Rept. 114-170  S.Rept. 114-70 
2015 Omni-15  Div F Expl Stmt 15 Div F H. Rept. 113-551  n/a 
2014 Omni-14  Div G Expl Stmt 14 Div G  n/a n/a
2013 CR-13, Div F Joint Stmt  13-Sum H. Rept. 112-589  n/a 
2012 Omni-12 Div E Joint Stmt  Div E H. Rept. 112-151  n/a 
2011 Full Year CR|  n/a n/a n/a
2010 H.R.2996  H.Rept. 111-316  H.Rept. 111-180  S.Rept. 111-38
2009 Omni-09 Div E Part I  Div E  n/a  n/a 
2008 Omni-08 Div F Expl Stmt Div F H.Rept. 110-187 S.Rept. 110-91
2007 Full Year CR  n/a H.Rept. 109-465 S.Rept. 109-275
2006 H.R.2361  H. Rept. 109-188 H. Rept. 109-80  S. Rept. 109-80 
2005 Omni-05  Div E Conf Rep 05 H. Rept. 108-542  S. Rept. 108-341 
At the beginning of the 109th Congress (2005), the House Appropriations Committee undertook
a substantial reorganization, including transfer of jurisdiction over EPA to the Interior Subcommittee.**
2004 H.R.2691 H.Rept. 108-330 H.Rept. 108-195  S. Rept. 108-89 
2003 Omni-03  Div F Conf Rep 03  Div F H.Rept. 107-564  S.Rept. 107-201 
2002 H.R.2217  H.Rept. 107-234 H.Rept. 107-103   S.Rept. 107-36 
2001 H.R. 4578 H.Rept. 106-914 H.Rept. 106-646  S. Rept. 106-312 
2000 H.R. 3423  Conf Rep – p 439 H.Rept. 106-222  n/a 
1999 Omni-99  Conf Rep – p. 1183 H.Rept. 105-609 S.Rept. 105-227 
1998 H.R.2107  H.Rept. 105-163   S.Rept. 105-56  H.Rept. 105-337 
**Source: CRS,  Appropriations Subcommittee Structure_ History of Changes from 1920 to 2017