This annual bill authorizes activities and appropriations for all intelligence-related agencies and organizations within the U.S. government. The only section relevant to the Arab-Israeli conflict would require the director of national intelligence to submit a report to Congress on chemical weapons in Syria, including, inter alia, a comprehensive assessment of the remaining stockpiles, a list of key personnel, and a description of key intelligence gaps relating to the Syrian chemical weapons program.
Last major action: 12/19/14 Became public law. (12/9/14 Passed in the Senate by voice vote. 5/30/14 Passed in the House by yea/nay vote, 345–59.)