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FISA Transparency and Modernization Act HR4291

March 28th, 2014

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(Original Signature of Member)

113TH CONGRESS

2D SESSION

To amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 to prohibit the bulk collection of call detail records, and for other purposes.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Mr. ROGERS of Michigan (for himself and [see ATTACHED LIST of cospon­sors]) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on

A BILL

To amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 to prohibit the bulk collection of call detail records, and for other purposes.

1           Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa‑

2 tines of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

3 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

4               This Act may be cited as the “FISA Transparency

5 and Modernization Act”.

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1 SEC. 2. PROHIBITION ON BULK COLLECTION OF CALL DE‑

2                      TAIL RECORDS.

3             Section 501(a) of the Foreign Intelligence Surveil‑

4 lance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1861) is amended‑

5                   (1) .lia paragraph (1), by striking “other items”

6         and inserting “other items, but not including call de‑

7          tail records”; and

8                        (2) by adding at the end the following new

9          paragraph:”.

10            “(4) In this subsection, the term ‘call detail records’

11 means communications routing information, including an

12 original or terminating telephone number, an Inter‑

13 national Mobile Subscriber Identity, an International Mo‑

14 bile Station Equipment Identity, a trunk identifier, a tele‑

15 phone calling card number, the time or duration of a call,

16 or original or terminating text-message numerical infor‑

17 mation.”.

18 SEC. 3. PROHIBITION ON BULK COLLECTION OF ELEC‑

19                      TRONIC COMMUNICATIONS RECORDS.

20       (a) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provi‑

21 sion of law, the Federal Government may not acquire

22 under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978

23 (50 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.) records of any electronic commu‑

24 nication without the use of specific identifiers or selection

25 terms.

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1         (b) DEFINITION OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICA‑

2 TIONS.—In this section, the term “electronic communica‑

3 tion” has the meaning given such term under section 2510

4 of title 18, United States Code.

5 SEC. 4. PROHIBITION ON BULK COLLECTION OF CERTAIN

6                           BUSINESS RECORDS.

7         Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Fed‑

8 eral Government may not acquire under the Foreign Intel‑

9 ligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.)

10 library circulation records, library patron lists, book sales

11 records, book customer lists, firearm sales records, tax re‑

12 turn records, educational records, or medical records con‑

13 taming information that would identify a person without

14 the use of specific identifiers or selection terms.

15 SEC. 5. APPOINTMENT OF AMICUS CURIAE.

16           Section 103 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

17 Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1803) is amended by adding at

18 the end the following:

19             “(i) AMICUS CURIAE .—

20                “(1) AUTHORIZATION.—Notwithstanding any

21                other provision of law, a court established under

22               subsection (a) or (b) may, consistent with the re‑

23           quirement of subsection (c) and any other statutory

24         requirement that the court act expeditiously or with‑

25             in a stated time, to appoint amicus curiae to assist

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1            the court in the consideration of a covered applica‑

2          tion.

3                     “(2) DESIGNATION.—The courts established by

4                  subsection (a) and (b) shall each designate 1 or

5            more individuals who have been determined by ap‑

6           propriate executive branch officials to be eligible for

7                 access to classified information who may be ap‑

8            pointed to serve as amicus curiae. In appointing an

9             amicus curiae pursuant to paragraph (1), the court

10          may choose from among those so designated.

11                       “(3) EXPERTISE.—An individual appointed as

12           an amicus curiae under paragraph (1) may be a spe‑

13                cial counsel or an expert on privacy and civil lib‑

14        erties, intelligence collection, telecommunications, or

15             any other area that may lend legal or technical ex‑

16          pertise to the court.

17                           “(4) DUTIES.—An amicus curiae appointed

18           under paragraph (1) to assist with the consideration

19               of a covered application shall carry out the duties

20              assigned by the appointing court. That court may

21            authorize, to the extent consistent with the case or

22            controversy requirements of Article III of the Con‑

23          stitution of the United States and the national secu‑

24               rity of the United States, the amicus curiae to re‑

25          view any application, certification, petition, motion,

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1          or other submission that the court determines is rel‑

2          evant to the duties assigned by the court.

3                 “(5) NOTIFICATION. —A court established under

4          subsection (a) or (b) shall notify the Attorney Gen‑

5          oral of each exercise of the authority to appoint an

6          amicus curiae under paragraph (1).

7                 “(6) ASSISTANCE .—A court established under

8          subsection (a) or (b) may request and receive (in‑

9          eluding on a non-reimbursable basis) the assistance

10         of the executive branch in the implementation of this

11         subsection.

12                “(7) ADMINISTRATION.—A court established

13         under subsection (a) or (b) may provide for the des‑

14         ignation, appointment, removal, training, support, or

15         other administration of an amicus curiae appointed

16         under paragraph (1) in a manner that is not incon‑

17         sistent with this subsection.

18                     “(8) CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT.—The Attor‑

19         ney General shall submit to the appropriate commit‑

20         tees of Congress an annual report on the number of

21         notices described in paragraph (5) received by Attor‑

22         ney General for the preceding 12-month period.

23         Each such report shall include the name of each in‑

24         dividual appointed as an amicus curiae during such

25         period.

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1                “(9) DEFINITIONS.—In this subsection:

2                           “(A) APPROPRIATE COMMITTEES OF CON‑

3                      DRESS.—The term ‘appropriate committees of

4                Congress’ means‑

5                                   “(i) the Committee on the Judiciary

6                          and the Select Committee on Intelligence

7                        of the Senate; and

8                                   “(ii) the Committee on the Judiciary

9                           and the Permanent Select Committee on

10                           Intelligence of the House of Representa‑

11                        tives.

12                              “(B) COVERED APPLICATION.—The term

13                    ‘covered application’ means an application for

14                   an order or review made to a court established

15                under subsection (a) or (b)‑

16                                       “(i) that, in the opinion of such a

17                         court, presents a novel or significant inter‑

18                        pretation of the law; and

19                               “(ii) that is‑

20                                          “(I) an application for an order

21                                   under this title, title III, IV, or V of

22                                this Act, or section 703 or 704 of this

23                               Act;

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1                                           “(II) a review of a certification

2                                     or procedures under section 503 or

3                               702 of this Act; or

4                                       “(III) a notice of non-compliance

5                                  with any such order, certification, or

6                               procedures.”.

7 SEC. 6. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR DECISIONS OF

8                            THE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEIL‑

9                     LANCE COURT.

10            Section 601(c)(1) of the Foreign Intelligence Surveil‑

11 lance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1871(c)) is amended to read

12 as follows:

13                        “(1) not later than 45 days after the date on

14         which the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court or

15             the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Re‑

16                 view issues a decision, order, or opinion that in‑

17          eludes a significant construction or interpretation of

18           any provision of this Act or a denial of a request for

19            an order or a modification of a request for an order,

20          or results in a change of application of any provision

21            of this Act or a new application of any provision of

22            this Act‑

23                                “(A) a copy of such decision, order, or

24                        opinion and any pleadings, applications, or

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1                    memoranda of law associated with such deci‑

2                sion, order, or opinion; and

3                           “(B) with respect to such decision, order,

4                       or opinion, a brief statement of the relevant

5                     background factual information, questions of

6                 law, legal analysis, and decision rendered; and”.

7 SEC. 7. DECLASSIFICATION OF DECISIONS, ORDERS, AND

8                      OPINIONS.

9             (a) DECLASSIFICATION.—Title VI of the Foreign In‑

10 telligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1871 et

11 seq.) is amended‑

12                        (1) in the heading, by striking “REPORT‑

13                ING REQUIREMENT” and inserting “OVER‑

14          SIGHT”; and

15                 (2) by adding at the end the following new sec‑

16          tion:

17 “SEC. 602. DECLASSIFICATION OF SIGNIFICANT DECISIONS,

18                      ORDERS, AND OPINIONS.

19                     “(a) DECLASSIFICATION REQUIRED.—Subject to

20 subsection (b), the Director of National Intelligence shall

21 conduct a declassification review of each decision, order,

22 or opinion issued by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

23 Court or the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of

24 Review that includes significant construction or interpre‑

25 tation of any provision of this Act and, consistent with

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1 that review, make publicly available to the greatest extent

2 practicable each such decision, order, or opinion.

3                   “(b) REDACTED FORM.—The Director of National

4 Intelligence may satisfy the requirement under subsection

5 (a) to make a decision, order, or opinions described in such

6 subsection publicly available to the greatest extent prac‑

7 ticable by making such decision, order, or opinion publicly

8 available in redacted form.

9                 “(c) NATIONAL SECURITY WAIVER.—The Director of

10 National Intelligence may waive the requirement to declas‑

11 sify and make publicly available a particular decision,

12 order, or opinion under subsection (a) if the Director‑

13                     “(1) determines that a waiver of such require‑

14           ment is necessary to protect the national security of

15             the United States or properly classified intelligence

16         sources or methods; and

17                        “(2) makes publicly available an unclassified

18         summary of such decision, order, or opinion.”.

19                   (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS AMENDMENTS.—The table

20 of contents in the first section of such Act is amended‑

21                    (1) by striking the item relating to title VI and

22         inserting the following new item:

“TITLE VI—OVERSIGHT”; AND

23                      (2) by inserting after the item relating to sec‑

24         tion 601 the following new item:

“Sec. 602. Declassification of significant decisions, orders, and opinions.”.

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1 SEC. 8. PUBLIC REPORTING ON INCIDENTAL COLLECTION

2                      OF UNITED STATES PERSON INFORMATION.

3            Section 601 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

4 Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1871) is amended‑

5                         (1) by redesignating subsection (e) as sub‑

6          section (f); and

7                        (2) by inserting after subsection (d) the fol‑

8          lowing new subsection:

9              “(e) PUBLIC REPORTING ON INCIDENTAL COLLEC‑

10 TION OP UNITED STATES PERSON INFORMATION.—The

11 Attorney General shall annually make publicly available

12 a report describing the number of identified instances in

13 which the contents of a communication of a United States

14 person was acquired under this Act when the acquisition

15 authorized by this Act that resulted in the collection of

16 such contents could not reasonably have been anticipated

17 to capture such contents.”.

18 SEC. 9. ANNUAL REPORTS ON VIOLATIONS OF LAW OR EX‑

19                      ECUTIVE ORDER.

20                (a) IN GENERAL.—Title V of the National Security

21 Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3091 et seq.) is amended by add‑

22 ing at the end the following:

23 “SEC. 509. ANNUAL REPORT ON VIOLATIONS OF LAW OR EX‑

24                      ECUTIVE ORDER.

25               “(a) ANNUAL REPORTS REQUIRED.—Not later than

26 April 1 of each year, the Director of National Intelligence

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1 shall submit to the congressional intelligence committees

2 a report on violations of law or executive order by per‑

3 sonnel of an element of the intelligence community that

4 were identified during the previous calendar year.

5                   “(b) ELEMENTS.—Each report required subsection

6 (a) shall include a description of any violation of law or

7 executive order (including Executive Order No. 12333 (50

8 U.S.C. 3001 note)) by personnel of an element of the intel‑

9 ligence community in the course of such employment that,

10 during the previous calendar year, was determined by the

11 director, head, general counsel, or inspector general of any

12 element of the intelligence community to have occurred.”.

13              (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of sections

14 in the first section of the National Security Act of 1947

15 is amended by adding after the section relating to section

16 508 the following:

“Sec. 509. Annual report on violations of law or executive order.”.

17 SEC. 10. PERIODIC REVIEW OF INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY

18                       PROCEDURES FOR THE ACQUISITION, RETEN‑

19                                      TION, AND DISSEMINATION OF INTEL‑

20                           LIGENCE.

21                   (a) IN GENERAL.—Title V of the National Security

22 Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3091 et seq.), as amended by sec‑

23 tion 9, is further amended by adding at the end the fol‑

24 lowing:

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1 “SEC. 510. PERIODIC REVIEW OF INTELLIGENCE COMMU‑

2                      NITY PROCEDURES FOR THE ACQUISITION,

3                  RETENTION, AND DISSEMINATION OF INTEL‑

4                      LIGENCE.

5 “(a) HEAD OF AN ELEMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE

6 COMMUNITY DEFINED.—In this section, the term ‘head

7 of an element of the intelligence community’ means, as

8 appropriate‑

9                    “(1) the head of an element of the intelligence

10          community; or

11                  “(2) the head of the department or agency con‑

12          taining such element.

13 “(b) REVIEW OF PROCEDURES APPROVED BY THE

14 ATTORNEY GENERAL.‑

15               “(1) REQUIREMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RE‑

16         VIEW.—Each head of an element of the intelligence

17         community that has not obtained the approval of the

18                Attorney General for the procedures, in their en‑

19                tirety, required by section 2.3 of Executive Order

20                 12333 (50 U.S.C. 3001 note) within 5 years prior

21                to the date of the enactment of the FISA Trans‑

22               parency and Modernization Act, shall initiate, not

23              later than 180 days after such date of enactment, a

24         review of the procedures for such element, in accord‑

25          ante with paragraph (3).

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1                          “(2) REQUIREMENT FOR REVIEW.—Not less

2            frequently than once every 5 years, each head of an

3          element of the intelligence community shall conduct

4         a review of the procedures approved by the Attorney

5              General for such element that are required by sec‑

6             tion 2.3 of Executive Order 12333 (50 U.S.C. 3001

7               note), or any successor order, in accordance with

8         paragraph (3).

9                    “(3) REQUIREMENTS FOR REVIEWS.—In coordi‑

10         nation with the Director of National Intelligence and

11          the Attorney General, the head of an element of the

12          intelligence community required to perform a review

13         under paragraphs (1) or (2) shall‑

14                            “(A) review existing procedures for such

15                   element that are required by section 2.3 of Ex‑

16                    ecutive Order 12333 (50 U.S.C. 3001 note), or

17                any successor order, to assess whether‑

18                                   “(i) advances in communications or

19                      other technologies since the time the proce‑

20                          dures were most recently approved by the

21                        Attorney General have affected the privacy

22                           protections that the procedures afford to

23                          United States persons, to include the pro‑

24                         tections afforded to United States persons

25                        whose nonpublic communications are inci‑

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1                          dentally acquired by an element of the in‑

2                        telligence community; or

3                                      “(ii) aspects of the existing proce‑

4                          dures impair the acquisition, retention, or

5                          dissemination of timely, accurate, and in‑

6                           sightful information about the activities,

7                            capabilities, plans, and intentions of for‑

8                             eign powers, organization, and persons,

9                        and their agents; and

10                         “(B) propose any modifications to existing

11                procedures for such element in order to‑

12                                   “(i) clarify the guidance such proce‑

13                         dures afford to officials responsible for the

14                       acquisition, retention, and dissemination of

15                        intelligence;

16                                    “(ii) eliminate unnecessary impedi‑

17                             meats to the acquisition, retention, and

18                        dissemination of intelligence; or

19                                    “(iii) ensure appropriate protections

20                             for the privacy of United States persons

21                                and persons located inside the United

22                        States.

23                     “(4) NOTICE.—The Director of National Intel‑

24               ligence and the Attorney General shall notify the

25          congressional intelligence committees following the

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1             completion of each review required under this sec‑

2         tion.

3                              “(5) REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE PROCE‑

4            DUKES.—Upon the implementation of any modifica‑

5          tions to procedures required by section 2.3 of Execu‑

6           tive Order 12333 (50 U.S.C. 3001 note), or any suc‑

7              cessor order, the head of the element of the intel‑

8        ligence community to which the modified procedures

9           apply shall promptly provide a copy of the modified

10         procedures to the congressional intelligence commit‑

11         tees.”.

12               (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of sections

13 in the first section of the National Security Act of 1947,

14 as amended by section 9, is further amended by adding

15 after the section relating to section 509 the following:

“Sec. 510. Periodic review of intelligence community procedures for the acquisi­tion, retention, and dissemination of intelligence.”.

16 SEC. 11. PROCEDURES FOR TARGETED ACQUISITIONS OF

17                    TERRORIST AND FOREIGN AGENT NON-CON‑

18                           TENT COMMUNICATIONS RECORDS.

19              (a) IN GENERAL.—Title V of the Foreign Intelligence

20 Surveillance Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1861 et seq.) is

21 amended by adding at the end the following new section:

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1 “SEC. 503. PROCEDURES FOR TARGETED ACQUISITIONS OF

2                  TERRORIST AND FOREIGN AGENT NON-CON‑

3                     TENT COMMUNICATIONS RECORDS.

4              “(a) AUTHORIZATION.—Notwithstanding any other

5 provision of law, upon the issuance of an order in accord‑

6 ante with subsection (i)(3) or a determination under sub‑

7 section (c)(2), the Attorney General and the Director of

8 National Intelligence may authorize jointly, for a period

9 of up to 1 year from the effective date of the authoriza‑

10 tion, the acquisition from an electronic communication

11 service provider of records created as a result of commu‑

12 nications of an individual or facility who, based on reason‑

13 able and articulable suspicion, is‑

14                    “(1) a foreign power or the agent of a foreign

15          power;

16                        “(2) associated with a foreign power or the

17          agent of a foreign power; or

18                   “(3) in contact with, or known to, a suspected

19          agent of a foreign power.

20          “(b) LIMITATIONS.—An acquisition authorized under

21 subsection (a) shall be reasonably designed‑

22                “(1) not to acquire‑

23                       “(A) the contents associated with any com‑

24                munication;

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1                         “(B) records of wire or electronic commu‑

2                   nications without the use of specific identifiers

3                or selection terms;

4                          “(C) information for an investigation of a

5                United States person conducted solely upon the

6                  basis of activities protected by the first amend‑

7                ment to the Constitution; or

8                               “(D) the name, address, social security

9                       number, employer or taxpayer identification

10                  number, date of birth, or credit card number of

11                any United States person; and

12                   “(2) to comply with the fourth amendment to

13         the Constitution of the United States.

14            “(c) CONDUCT OF ACQUISITION.‑

15               “(1) IN GENERAL.—An acquisition authorized

16         under subsection (a) shall be conducted only‑

17                          “(A) in accordance with the selection and

18                  civil liberties and privacy protection procedures

19                 adopted in accordance with subsections (d) and

20                (e); and

21                          “(B) upon submission of a certification in

22                accordance with subsection (g).

23                           “(2) DETERMINATION.—A determination under

24           this paragraph and for purposes of subsection (a) is

25         a determination by the Attorney General and the Di‑

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1                   rector of National Intelligence that exigent cir‑

2          cumstances exist because, without immediate imple‑

3            mentation of an authorization under subsection (a),

4          intelligence important to the national security of the

5                 United States may be lost or not timely acquired

6               and time does not permit the issuance of an order

7            pursuant to subsection (i)(3) prior to the implemen‑

8          tation of such authorization.

9                    “(3) TIMING OF DETERMINATION.—The Attor‑

10                   ney General and the Director of National Intel‑

11                ligence may make the determination under para‑

12          graph (2)‑

13                               “(A) before the submission of a certifi‑

14                 cation in accordance with subsection (g); or

15                           “(B) by amending a certification pursuant

16                           to subsection (i)(1)(C) at any time during

17                      which judicial review under subsection (i) of

18                 such certification is pending.

19          “(d) SELECTION PROCEDURES.‑

20                    “(1) REQUIREMENT TO ADOPT.—The Attorney

21                General, in consultation with the Director of Na‑

22             tional Intelligence, shall adopt selection procedures

23             that are reasonably designed to ensure that any ac‑

24              quisition authorized under subsection (a) complies

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1               with the requirements and limitations relating to

2         such acquisitions under subsections (a) and (b).

3                            “(2) JUDICIAL REVIEW.—The procedures

4              adopted in accordance with paragraph (1) shall be

5           subject to judicial review pursuant to subsection (i).

6                “(e) CIVIL LIBERTIES AND PRIVACY PROTECTION

7 PROCEDURE S.—

8                     “(1) REQUIREMENT TO ADOPT.—The Attorney

9               General, in consultation with the Director of Na‑

10          tional Intelligence, shall adopt civil liberties and pri‑

11              vary protection procedures that are reasonably de‑

12         signed to‑

13                           “(A) minimize the impact of any acquisi‑

14                    tion authorized by (a) on the privacy and civil

15                liberties of United States persons; and

16                              “(B) reasonably limit the receipt, reten‑

17                      tion, use, and disclosure of communications

18                   records associated with a specific person when

19                      such records are not necessary to understand

20                     foreign intelligence information or assess the

21                importance of such information.

22                     “(2) JUDICIAL REVIEW.—The civil liberties and

23          privacy protection procedures adopted in accordance

24          with paragraph (1) shall be subject to judicial review

25         pursuant to subsection (i).

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1           “(f) GUIDELINES FOR COMPLIANCE WITH LIMITA‑

2 TIONS.—

3                  “(1) REQUIREMENT TO ADOPT.—The Attorney

4               General, in consultation with the Director of Na‑

5            tional Intelligence, shall adopt guidelines to ensure‑

6                        “(A) compliance with the requirements and

7                limitations under subsections (a) and (b); and

8                           “(B) that an application for a court order

9                is filed as required by this title.

10                  “(2) SUBMISSION OF GUIDELINES.—The Attor‑

11            ney General shall provide the guidelines adopted in

12          accordance with paragraph (1)‑

13                       “(A) the congressional intelligence commit‑

14                tees;

15                            “(B) the Committees on the Judiciary of

16                    the Senate and the House of Representatives;

17                and

18                           “(C) the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

19                Court.

20          “(g) CERTIFICATION.‑

21                “(1) IN GENERAL.‑

22                        “(A) REQUIREMENT TO SUBMIT CERTIFI‑

23                   CATION.—Subject to subparagraph (B), prior to

24                    the implementation of an authorization under

25                     subsection (a), the Attorney General and the

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1                    Director of National Intelligence shall provide

2                 to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court a

3                      written certification and any supporting affi‑

4                  davit, under oath and under seal, in accordance

5                with this subsection.

6                                        “(B) EXCEPTION.—If the Attorney Gen‑

7                     eral and the Director of National Intelligence

8                    make a determination under subsection (c)(2)

9                     and time does not permit the submission of a

10                    certification under this subsection prior to the

. 11                  implementation of an authorization under sub‑

12                 section (a), the Attorney General and the Direc‑

13                   for of National Intelligence shall submit to the

14                    Court a certification for such authorization as

15                     soon as practicable but in no event later than

16                     7 days after such determination is made.

17                       “(2) CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS.—A cer‑

18         tification made under this subsection shall‑

19                        “(A) attest that‑

20                                   “(i) procedures have been approved,

21                           have been submitted for approval, or will

22                          be submitted with the certification for ap‑

23                         proval by the Foreign Intelligence Surveil‑

24                            lance Court that are reasonably designed

25                              to ensure compliance with the require‑

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1                            ments and limitations under subsections

2                        (a) and (b).

3                               “(ii) the civil liberties and privacy pro‑

4                          tection procedures to be used with respect

5                        to such acquisition‑

6                                             “(I) meet the requirements of

7                                   civil liberties and privacy protection

8                                 procedures adopted under subsection

9                               (e); and

10                                           “(II) have been approved, have

11                               been submitted for approval, or will be

12                                    submitted with the certification for

13                                  approval by the Foreign Intelligence

14                               Surveillance Court;

15                                 “(iii) guidelines have been adopted in

16                            accordance with subsection (f) to ensure

17                             compliance with the limitations in sub‑

18                           section (b) and to ensure that an applica‑

19                             tion for a court order is filed as required

20                        by this chapter;

21                               “(iv) the procedures and guidelines re‑

22                              (erred to in clauses (i), (ii), and (iii) are

23                             consistent with the requirements of the

24                          fourth amendment to the Constitution of

25                        the United States;

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1                                   “(v) a significant purpose of the ac‑

2                             quisition is to obtain foreign intelligence

3                            information; (vi) the acquisition involves

4                          obtaining foreign intelligence information

5                        from or with the assistance of an electronic

6                        communications service provider; and

7                                “(vi) the acquisition complies with the

8                        limitations in subsection (b);

9                         “(B) include the procedures adopted in ac‑

10                cordance with subsections (d) and (e);

11                           “(C) be supported, as appropriate, by the

12                    affidavit of any appropriate official in the area

13                of national security who is‑

14                                     “(i) appointed by the President, by

15                              and with the advice and consent of the

16                        Senate; or

17                                “(ii) the head of an element of the in‑

18                        telligence community;

19                        “(D) include‑

20                                   “(i) an effective date for the author‑

21                               ization that is at least 30 days after the

22                           submission of the written certification to

23                        the court; or

24                                     “(ii) if the acquisition has begun or

25                         the effective date is less than 30 days after

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1                         the submission of the written certification

2                        to the court, the date the acquisition began

3                             or the effective date for the acquisition;

4                        and

5                            “(E) if the Attorney General and the Di‑

6                      rector of National Intelligence make a deter‑

7                        mination under subsection (c)(2), include a

8                       statement that such determination has been

9                made.

10                       “(3) CHANGE IN EFFECTIVE DATE.—The At‑

11              torney General and the Director of National Intel‑

12             ligence may advance or delay the effective date re‑

13                   (erred to in paragraph (2)(D) by submitting an

14          amended certification in accordance with subsection

15                (i)(1)(C) to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

16          Court for review pursuant to subsection (i).

17                       “(4) MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION.—The

18         Attorney General or a designee of the Attorney Gen‑

19               eral shall maintain a copy of a certification made

20          under this subsection.

21                        “(5) JUDICIAL REVIEW.—A certification sub‑

22              mitted in accordance with this subsection shall be

23           subject to judicial review pursuant to subsection (i).

24          “(h) DIRECTIVES.—

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1                “(1) AUTHORITY.—With respect to an acquisi‑

2             tion authorized under subsection (a), the Attorney

3               General and the Director of National Intelligence

4         may direct, in writing, an electronic communications

5         service provider to‑

6                         “(A) immediately provide the Government

7                  with records, whether existing or created in the

8                    future, in the format specified by the Govern‑

9                    meat and in a manner that will protect the se‑

10                crecy of the acquisition; and

11                            “(B) maintain under security procedures

12                    approved by the Attorney General and the Di‑

13                  rector of National Intelligence any records con‑

14                    cerning the aid furnished that such electronic

15                communication service provider retains.

16            “(2) COMPENSATION AND ASSISTANCE.—The

17         Government shall compensate, at the prevailing rate,

18              an electronic communications service provider for

19                  providing records in accordance with directives

20             issued pursuant to paragraph (1). The Government

21         may provide any information, facilities, or assistance

22          necessary to aid an electronic communications serv‑

23         ice provider in complying with a directive issued pur‑

24         suant to paragraph (1).

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1                        “(3) RECORD REQUIREMENT.—For any direc‑

2            tive issued under paragraph (1), the Attorney Gen‑

3                eral shall retain a record of the information indi‑

4          eating that, at the time the directive was issued, the

5           directive complied with the selection procedures es‑

6          tablished by subsection (d).

7                “(4) JUDICIAL REVIEW.‑

8                              “(A) REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE DIREC‑

9                    TIVES AND SUPPORTING RECORDS.—The Attor‑

10                 ney General shall promptly provide to the court

11                 established by section 103 (a) a copy of each di‑

12                     rective issued under paragraph (1) and a copy

13                of each record prepared under paragraph (3).

14                                   “(B) REMEDY FOR IMPROPER DIREC‑

15                TryEs.—The court shall promptly consider each

16                      directive and record provided under subpara‑

17                    graph (A), and if the court finds that a record

18                       prepared under paragraph (3) does not meet

19                 the requirements of the selection procedures es‑

20                 tablished by subsection (d), the court may order

21                   that the production of records under the appli‑

22                   cable directive be terminated or modified, that

23                 the information produced in response to the di‑

24                        rective be destroyed, or another appropriate

25                remedy.

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1                “(5) CHALLENGING OF DIRECTIVES.‑

2                                “(A) AUTHORITY TO CHALLENGE.—An

3                electronic communications service provider re‑

4                ceiving a directive issued pursuant to paragraph

5                (1) may file a petition to modify or set aside

6                such directive with the Foreign Intelligence

7                Surveillance Court, which shall have jurisdiction

8                to review such petition.

9                              “(B) ASSIGNMENT.—The presiding judge

10                of the Court shall assign a petition filed under

11                subparagraph (A) to 1 of the judges serving in

12                the pool established under section 103(e)(1) not

13                later than 24 hours after the filing of such peti‑

14                tion.

15                             “(C) STANDARDS FOR REVIEW.—A judge

16                considering a petition filed under subparagraph

17                (A) may grant such petition only if the judge

18                finds that the directive does not meet the re‑

19                quirements of this section or is otherwise un‑

20                lawful.

21                                      “(D) PROCEDURES FOR INITIAL RE‑

22                VIEW. —A judge shall conduct an initial review

23                of a petition filed under subparagraph (A) not

24                later than 5 days after being assigned such pe‑

25                tition. If the judge determines that such peti‑

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1                tion consists of claims, defenses, or other legal

2                contentions that are not warranted by existing

3                law or consists of a frivolous argument for ex‑

4                tending, modifying, or reversing existing law or

5                for establishing new law, the judge shall imme‑

6                diately deny such petition and affirm the direc‑

7                tive or any part of the directive that is the sub‑

8                ject of such petition and order the recipient to

9                comply with the directive or any part of it.

10                Upon making a determination under this sub‑

11                paragraph or promptly thereafter, the judge

12                shall provide a written statement for the record

13                of the reasons for such determination.

14                               “(E) PROCEDURES FOR PLENARY RE‑

15                    VIEW.-If a judge determines that a petition

16                filed under subparagraph (A) requires plenary

17                review, the judge shall affirm, modify, or set

18                aside the directive that is the subject of such

19                petition not later than 30 days after being as‑

20                signed such petition. If the judge does not set

21                aside the directive, the judge shall immediately

22                affirm or affirm with modifications the three‑

23                tive, and order the recipient to comply with the

24                directive in its entirety or as modified. The

25                judge shall provide a written statement for the

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1                record of the reasons for a determination under

2                this subparagraph.

3                              “(F) CONTINUED EFFECT.—Any directive

4                not explicitly modified or set aside under this

5                paragraph shall remain in full effect.

6                                 “(G) CONTEMPT OF COURT.—Failure to

7                obey an order issued under this paragraph may

8                be punished by the Court as contempt of court.

9                “(6) ENFORCEMENT OF DIRECTIVES.‑

10                           “(A) ORDER TO COMPEL.—If an electronic

11                communications service provider fails to comply

12                with a directive issued pursuant to paragraph

13                (1), the Attorney General may file a petition for

14                an order to compel the service to comply with

15                the directive with the Foreign Intelligence Sur‑

16                veillance Court, which shall have jurisdiction to

17                review such petition.

18                              “(B) ASSIGNMENT.—The presiding judge

19                of the Court shall assign a petition filed under

20                subparagraph (A) to 1 of the judges serving in

21                the pool established under section 103(c)(1) not

22                later than 24 hours after the filing of such peti‑

23                tion.

24                           “(C) PROCEDURES FOR REVIEW. —A judge

25                considering a petition filed under subparagraph

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1                   (A) shall, not later than 30 days after being as‑

2                     signed such petition, issue an order requiring

3                  the electronic communications service provider

4                     to comply with the directive or any part of it,

5                  as issued or as modified, if the judge finds that

6                the directive meets the requirements of this sec‑

7                      tion and is otherwise lawful. The judge shall

8                      provide a written statement for the record of

9                          the reasons for a determination under this

10                paragraph.

11                        “(D) CONTEMPT OF COURT.—Failure to

12                   obey an order issued under this paragraph may

13                 be punished by the Court as contempt of court.

14                           “(E) PROCESS.—Any process under this

15                  paragraph may be served in any judicial district

16                 in which the electronic communications service

17                provider may be found.

18                “(7) APPEAL.‑

19                            “(A) APPEAL TO THE COURT OF RE‑

20                VIEW.—The Government or an electronic corn‑

21                   munications service provider receiving a direc‑

22                    tive issued pursuant to paragraph (1) may file

23                 a petition with the Foreign Intelligence Surveil‑

24                   lance Court of Review for review of a decision

25                       issued pursuant to paragraph (4) or (5). The

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1                            Court of Review shall have jurisdiction to con‑

2                              sider such petition and shall provide a written

3                                 statement for the record of the reasons for a

4                     decision under this subparagraph.

5                                          “(B) CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME

6                      COURT.—The Government or an electronic corn‑

7                           munications service provider receiving a three‑

8                              tive issued pursuant to paragraph (1) may file

9                              a petition for a writ of certiorari for review of

10                            a decision of the Court of Review issued under

11                              subparagraph (A). The record for such review

12                             shall be transmitted under seal to the Supreme

13                           Court of the United States, which shall have ju‑

14                     risdiction to review such decision.

15                             “(8) RULE OF CONSTRUCTION.—Nothing in

16                 this subsection shall be construed to prevent a direc‑

17                       tive issued under paragraph (1) from requiring an

18                            electronic communications service provider to

19                   produce additional records, whether existing or cre‑

20                      ated in the future, based on records produced by a

21           previous directive issued under paragraph (1).

22                  “(i) JUDICIAL REVIEW OF CERTIFICATIONS AND

23 PROCEDURES.‑

24                     “(1) IN GENERAL.—

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1                                 “(A) REVIEW BY THE FOREIGN INTEL‑

2                 LIGENCE SURVEILLANCE COURT.—The Foreign

3                 Intelligence Surveillance Court shall have juris‑

4                diction to review a certification submitted in ac‑

5                   cordance with subsection (g) and the selection

6                  and civil liberties and privacy protection proce‑

7                    dures adopted in accordance with subsections

8                      (d) and (e), and amendments to such certifi‑

9                cation or such procedures.

10                               “(B) TIME PERIOD FOR REVIEW.—The

11                   Court shall review a certification submitted in

12                accordance with subsection (g) and the selection

13                  and civil liberties and privacy protection proce‑

14                    dures adopted in accordance with subsections

15                  (d) and (e) and shall complete such review and

16                        issue an order under paragraph (3) not later

17                   than 30 days after the date on which such cer‑

18                tification and such procedures are submitted.

19                            “(C) AMENDMENTS.—The Attorney Gen‑

20                     oral and the Director of National Intelligence

21                 may amend a certification submitted in accord‑

22                      ante with subsection (g) or the selection and

23                  civil liberties and privacy protection procedures

24                  adopted in accordance with subsections (d) and

25                      (e) as necessary at any time, including if the

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1                Court is conducting or has completed review of

2                such certification or such procedures, and shall

3                submit the amended certification or amended

4                procedures to the Court not later than 7 days

5                after amending such certification or such proce‑

6                dures. The Court shall review any amendment

7                under this subparagraph under the procedures

8                set forth in this subsection. The Attorney Gen‑

9                eral and the Director of National Intelligence

10                may authorize the use of an amended certifi‑

11                cation or amended procedures pending the

12                Court’s review of such amended certification or

13                amended procedures.

14                “(2) REVIEW.—The Court shall review the fol‑

15         lowing:

16                     “(A) CERTIFICATION.—A certification sub‑

17                mitted in accordance with subsection (g) to de‑

18                termine whether the certification contains all

19                the required elements.

20                       “(B) SELECTION PROCEDURES.—The se‑

21                lection procedures adopted in accordance with

22                subsection (d) to assess whether the procedures

23                are reasonably designed to meet the require‑

24                meats of subsection (d).

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1                      “(C) CIVIL LIBERTIES AND PRIVACY PRO‑

2                 TECTION PROCEDURES.—The civil liberties and

3                      privacy protection procedures adopted in ac‑

4                  cordance with subsection (e) to assess whether

5                  such procedures meet the requirements of sub‑

6                section (e).

7                “(3) ORDERS.‑

8                          “(A) APPROVAL.—If the Court finds that

9                      a certification submitted in accordance with

10                        subsection (g) contains all the required ele‑

11                   ments and that the selection and civil liberties

12                     and privacy protection procedures adopted in

13                        accordance with subsections (d) and (e) are

14                  consistent with the requirements of those sub‑

15                 sections and with the fourth amendment to the

16                      Constitution of the United States, the Court

17                   shall enter an order approving the certification

18                  and the use, or continued use in the case of an

19                 acquisition authorized pursuant to a determina‑

20                   tion under subsection (c)(2), of the procedures

21                for the acquisition.

22                       “(B) CORRECTION OF DEFICIENCIES.—If

23                 the Court finds that a certification submitted in

24                accordance with subsection (g) does not contain

25                       all the required elements, or that the proce‑

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1                    dures adopted in accordance with subsections

2                    (d) and (e) are not consistent with the require‑

3                            meats of those subsections or the fourth

4                    amendment to the Constitution of the United

5                     States, the Court shall issue an order directing

6                   the Government to, at the Government’s elec‑

7                     tion and to the extent required by the Court’s

8                 order‑

9                                    “(i) correct any deficiency identified

10                         by the Court’s order not later than 30 days

11                             after the date on which the Court issues

12                       the order; or

13                                     “(ii) cease, or not begin, the imple‑

14                           mentation of the authorization for which

15                       such certification was submitted.

16          “(C) REQUIREMENT FOR WRITTEN STATE –

17              MENT .—In support of an order under this sub‑

18                  section, the Court shall provide, simultaneously

19                     with the order, for the record a written state‑

20                ment of the reasons for the order.

21                “(4) APPEAL.‑

22                        “(A) APPEAL TO THE COURT OF RE‑

23                   VIEW .—The Government may file a petition

24                 with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court

25                of Review for review of an order under this sub‑

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1                             section. The Court of Review shall have juris‑

2                            diction to consider such petition. For any deci‑

3                           sion under this subparagraph affirming, revers‑

4                            ing, or modifying an order of the Foreign Intel‑

5                          ligence Surveillance Court, the Court of Review

6                           shall provide for the record a written statement

7                    of the reasons for the decision.

8                                     “(B) CONTINUATION OF ACQUISITION

9                   PENDING REHEARING OR APPEAL.—Any acqui‑

10                                  sition affected by an order under paragraph

11                    (3)(B) may continue‑

12                                                 “(i) during the pendency of any re‑

13                                    hearing of the order by the Court en bane;

14                              and

15                                           “(ii) if the Government files a petition

16                                      for review of an order under this section,

17                                      until the Court of Review enters an order

18                              under subparagraph (C).

19                                      “(C) IMPLEMENTATION PENDING AP‑

20                              PEAL.—Not later than 60 days after the filing

21                            of a petition for review of an order under para‑

22                             graph (3)(B) directing the correction of a defi‑

23                                ciency, the Court of Review shall determine,

24                                   and enter a corresponding order regarding,

25                            whether all or any part of the correction order,

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1                as issued or modified, shall be implemented

2                during the pendency of the review.

3                                     “(D) CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME

4                COURT.—The Government may file a petition

5                for a writ of certiorari for review of a decision

6                of the Court of Review issued under subpara‑

7                graph (A). The record for such review shall be

8                transmitted under seal to the Supreme Court of

9                the United States, which shall have jurisdiction

10                to review such decision.

11                “(5) SCHEDULE.‑

12                            “(A) REAUTHORIZATION OF AUTHORIZA‑

13                TIONS IN EFFECT.—If the Attorney General

14                and the Director of National Intelligence seek

15                to reauthorize or replace an authorization

16                issued under subsection (a), the Attorney Gen‑

17                eral and the Director of National Intelligence

18                shall, to the extent practicable, submit to the

19                Court the certification prepared in accordance

20                with subsection (g) and the procedures adopted

21                in accordance with subsections (d) and (e) at

22                least 30 days prior to the expiration of such au‑

23                thorization.

24                            “(B) REAUTHORIZATION OF ORDERS, AU‑

25                THORIZATIONS, AND DIRECTIVES.—If the At‑

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1                  torney General and the Director of National In‑

2                   telligence seek to reauthorize or replace an au‑

3                 thorization issued under subsection (a) by filing

4                      a certification pursuant to subparagraph (A),

5                      that authorization, and any directives issued

6                   thereunder and any order related thereto, shall

7                remain in effect, notwithstanding the expiration

8                    provided for in subsection (a), until the Court

9                        issues an order with respect to such certifi‑

10                     cation under paragraph (3) at which time the

11                   provisions of that paragraph and paragraph (4)

12                shall apply with respect to such certification.

13          “(j) JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS.‑

14                    “(1) EXPEDITED JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS.-Ju‑

15              dicial proceedings under this section shall be con‑

16          ducted as expeditiously as possible.

17                       “(2) TIME LIMITS.-A time limit for a judicial

18          decision in this section shall apply unless the Court,

19                  the Court of Review, or any judge of either the

20             Court or the Court of Review, by order for reasons

21                   stated, extends that time as necessary for good

22          cause in a manner consistent with national security.

23              “(k) MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY OF RECORDS

24 AND PROCEEDINGS.-

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1                        “(1) STANDARDS.—The Foreign Intelligence

2            Surveillance Court shall maintain a record of a pro‑

3             seeding under this section, including petitions, ap‑

4             peals, orders, and statements of reasons for a deci‑

5            sion, under security measures adopted by the Chief

6               Justice of the United States, in consultation with

7             the Attorney General and the Director of National

8         Intelligence.

9                     “(2) FILING AND REVIEW.—All petitions under

10                this section shall be filed under seal. In any pro‑

11         ceedings under this section, the Court shall, upon re‑

12                quest of the Government, review ex parte and in

13            camera any Government submission, or portions of

14          a submission, which may include classified informa‑

15         tion.

16                       “(3) RETENTION OF RECORDS.—The Attorney

17               General and the Director of National Intelligence

18            shall retain a directive or an order issued under this

19              section for a period of not less than 10 years from

20                the date on which such directive or such order is

21         issued.

22         “(1) ASSESSMENTS AND REVIEWS.‑

23                      “(1) SEMIANNUAL ASSESSMENT.—Not less fre‑

24                quently than once every 6 months, the Attorney

25             General and Director of National Intelligence shall

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1               assess compliance with the selection and civil lib‑

2           erties and privacy protection procedures adopted in

3                accordance with subsections (d) and (e) and the

4         guidelines adopted in accordance with subsection (f).

5                  The assessment shall also include the aggregate

6                number of directives issued under subsection (h)

7           during the relevant time period. The Attorney Gen‑

8           eral and Director of National Intelligence shall sub‑

9          mit each assessment to‑

10                           “(A) the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

11                Court; and

12                                 “(B) consistent with the Rules of the

13                    House of Representatives, the Standing Rules

14                 of the Senate, and Senate Resolution 400 of the

15                   94th Congress or any successor Senate resolu‑

16                tion‑

17                                       “(i) the congressional intelligence

18                        committees; and

19                                 “(ii) the Committees on the Judiciary

20                            of the House of Representatives and the

21                        Senate.

22                           “(2) AGENCY ASSESSMENT.—The Inspector

23              General of the Department of Justice and the In‑

24            spector General of each element of the intelligence

25             community authorized to acquire communications

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1          records under subsection (a), with respect to the de‑

2         partment or element of such Inspector General‑

3                           “(A) are authorized to review compliance

4                  with the selection and civil liberties and privacy

5                    protection procedures adopted in accordance

6                   with subsections (d) and (e) and the guidelines

7                adopted in accordance with subsection (f);

8                        “(B shall provide each such review to‑

9                               “(i) the Attorney General;

10                                    “(ii) the Director of National Intel‑

11                        ligence; and

12                                 “(iii) consistent with the Rules of the

13                             House of Representatives, the Standing

14                        Rules of the Senate, and Senate Resolution

15                         400 of the 94th Congress or any successor

16                        Senate resolution‑

17                                      “(I) the congressional intelligence

18                               committees; and

19                                         “(II) the Committees on the Ju‑

20                                   diciary of the House of Representa‑

21                               tives and the Senate.

22         “(m) DEFINITIONS.—In this section:

23                       “(1) The terms ‘contents’, ‘wire communica‑

24        Lion’, and ‘electronic communication’ have the mean‑

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1                ing given such terms in section 2510 of title 18,

2          United States Code.

3                   “(2) The term ‘electronic communication serv‑

4               ice provider’ has the meaning given such term in

5          section 701.

6                     “(3) The terms ‘foreign power’ and ‘agent of a

7           foreign power’ have the meanings given such terms

8          in section 101.”.

9     (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of contents

10 in the first section of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

11 Act of 1978 (50 U.S.C. 1801 note) is amended by insert‑

12 ing after the item relating to section 502 the following

13 new item:

“See. 503. Procedures for targeted acquisitions of terrorist and foreign agent non-content communications records.”.

14    (c) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—Section 802(a)(3)

15 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (50

16 U.S.C. 1885a) is amended by striking “or 702(h)” and

17 inserting “503(h), or 702(h)”.

18 SEC. 12. CONTINUOUS EVALUATION AND SHARING OF DE‑

19                        ROGATORY INFORMATION REGARDING PER‑

20                         SONNEL WITH ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED IN‑

21                     FORMATION.

22         Section 102A(j) of the National Security Act of 1947

23 (50 U.S.C. 3024 (j ) ) is amended‑

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1                                   (1) in the heading, by striking “SENSITIVE

2                  COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION” and inserting

3               “CLASSIFIED INFORMATION”;

4                                  (2) in paragraph (3), by striking “; and” and

5           inserting a semicolon;

6                            (3) in paragraph (4), by striking the period and

7           inserting a semicolon; and

8                                    (4) by adding at the end the following new

9           paragraphs:

10                                 “(5) ensure that the background of each em‑

11                       ployee or officer of an element of the intelligence

12                   community, each contractor to an element of the in‑

13                 telligence community, and each individual employee

14                    of such a contractor who has been determined to be

15                    eligible for access to classified information is mon‑

16                      itored on a continual basis under standards devel‑

17                      oped by the Director, including with respect to the

18                     frequency of evaluation, during the period of eligi‑

19                     bility of such employee or officer of an element of

20                  the intelligence community, such contractor, or such

21                      individual employee to such a contractor to deter‑

22                mine whether such employee or officer of an element

23                    of the intelligence community, such contractor, and

24                    such individual employee of such a contractor con‑

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1          tinues to meet the requirements for eligibility for ac‑

2          cess to classified information; and

3                “(6) develop procedures to require information

4          sharing between elements of the intelligence commu‑

5          nity concerning potentially derogatory security infor‑

6          mation regarding an employee or officer of an ele‑

7          ment of the intelligence community, a contractor to

8          an element of the intelligence community, or an indi‑

9          vidual employee of such a contractor that may im‑

10          pact the eligibility of such employee or officer of an

11          element of the intelligence community, such con‑

12          tractor, or such individual employee of such a con‑

13          tractor for a security clearance.”.

14 SEC. 13. REQUIREMENTS FOR INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY

15                     CONTRACTORS.

16          (a) REQUIREMENTS.—Section 102A of the National

17 Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 3024) is amended by

18 adding at the end the following new subsection:

19             “(x) REQUIREMENTS FOR INTELLIGENCE COMMU‑

20 NITY CONTRACTORS.—The Director of National Intel‑

21 ligence, in consultation with the head of each department

22 of the Federal Government that contains an element of

23 the intelligence community and the Director of the Central

24 Intelligence Agency, shall‑

25                “(1) ensure that‑

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1                            “(A) any contractor to an element of the

2                  intelligence community with access to a classi‑

3                  fled network or classified information develops

4                    and operates a security plan that is consistent

5                      with standards established by the Director of

6               National Intelligence for intelligence community

7                networks; and

8                          “(B) each contract awarded by an element

9                    of the intelligence community includes provi‑

10                sions requiring the contractor comply with such

11                plan and such standards;

12                 “(2) conduct periodic assessments of each secu‑

13           rity plan required under paragraph (1) (A) to ensure

14         such security plan complies with the requirements of

15         such paragraph; and

16                  “(3) ensure that the insider threat detection ca‑

17                 pabilities and insider threat policies of the intel‑

18           ligence community apply to facilities of contractors

19         with access to a classified network.”.

20             (b) APPLICABILITY.—The amendment made by sub‑

21 section (a) shall apply with respect to contracts entered

22 into or renewed after the date of the enactment of this

23 Act.

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