Authorize appropriations in 2023 totaling $846.7 billion for the military functions of the Department of Defense and for the Department of Energy’s atomic energy defense activities
Authorize appropriations in 2023 totaling $0.3 billion for nondefense activities, mainly for the Department of Veterans Affairs
Prescribe personnel levels for the U.S. Armed Forces and make changes to compensation and benefits for military personnel and their families
Authorize third-party financing for research and development projects
Authorize the Department of Defense to use currently available appropriations to train and equip the military forces of foreign countries to respond to disasters and humanitarian crises.
Impose intergovernmental and private-sector mandates including instituting new antidiscrimination and employment protections for cybersecurity reservists who are activated and expanding Selective Service registration requirements
Areas of significant uncertainty include
Predicting the participation rate and length of a pilot program to provide third-party financing for research and development projects