Promoting Antiterrorism Cooperation through Technology and Science Act

February 7, 2007
February 28, 2007
Referred to Senate (sub)committee

22 cosponsors.

Seeks to establish the Science and Technology Homeland Security International Cooperative Programs Office to conduct various activities to promote international antiterrorism cooperation. The bill Includes Israel among short list of states that the U.S. should cooperate with to establish joint anti-terrorism programs involving the latest technology. Sets a budget of $25m for the programs from FY2008-2009.

Passed House 2/27/07, 396-16.

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