The U.S. House Rules Committee will consider what amendments to the Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) Appropriations bill (H.R. 5485) will receive a vote when the House of Representatives reviews the bill, possibly as early as Wednesday. The bill includes a number of CUNA-advocated provisions.
The House Appropriations Committee passed H.R. 5485 on June 9 by a 30-17 vote.
The bill itself contains a number of CUNA-backed provisions, including:
CUNA-advocated language included in the committee’s report includes:
The bill would also fund:
On the other side of Congress, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed its FSGG bill last week, but it was largely devoid of policy riders. It would create a new account, the Cybersecurity Enhancement Account, designed to bolster the Treasury’s cybersecurity posture and mitigate threats to the U.S. financial infrastructure. The committee recommended $47,743,000 for the account.
It is unknown when the full Senate will consider its FSGG bill.