Notable 2003 legislation: Sen. Susan Collins

Bill number Description Latest major action Status S.838 A bill to waive the limitation on the use of funds appropriated for the Homeland Security Grant Program. 4/9/2003, Referred to Senate committee. Read twice and referred to the Committee on Governmental Affairs. S.AMDT.757 to S.1050 To amend title 10, United States Code, to restrict bundling of Department of Defense contract requirements that unreasonably disadvantages small businesses. 5/21/2003, Senate amendment agreed to. Amendment SA 757 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. S.1166 A bill to establish a Department of Defense national security personnel system and for other purposes. 9/5/2003, Senate preparation for floor. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 275. S.1245 A bill to provide for homeland security grant coordination and simplification, and for other purposes. 9/5/2003 Senate preparation for floor. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 276. S.1612 A bill to establish a technology, equipment, and information transfer within the Department of Homeland Security. 12/9/2003, By Senator Collins from Committee on Governmental Affairs filed written report. Report No. 108-217. S.AMDT.1820 to S.1689 To limit the obligation and expenditure of funds for using procedures other than full and open competition for entering into certain contracts or other agreements for the benefit of Iraq. 10/2/2003, Senate amendment agreed to. Amendment SA 1820 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote. S.AMDT.1964 to H.R.2989 To limit the use of funds for converting to contractor performance of executive agency activities and functions. 10/23/2003, Senate amendment agreed to. Amendment SA 1964 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.

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