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PUBLIC LAW 104-201—SEPT. 23, 1996 110 STAT. 2725 sultation with the Secretary of Defense, shall prepare a database on chemical and biological agents and munitions characteristics and safety precautions for civilian use. The initial design and compilation of the database shall be completed not later than December 31, 1997. (e) ACCESS TO INVENTORY AND DATABASE.— The Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall design and maintain a system to give Federal, State, and local officials access to the inventory listing and database maintained under this section in the event of an emergency involving weapons of mass destruction or to prepare and train to respond to such an emergency. The system shall include a secure but accessible emergency response hotline to access information and request assistance. Subtitle B—Interdiction of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Related Materials SEC. 1421. PROCUREMENT OF DETECTION EQXJIPMENT UNITED 50 USC 2331. STATES BORDER SECURITY. Of the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 301, $15,000,000 is available for the procurement of— (1) equipment capable of detecting the movement of weapons of mass destruction and related materials into the United States; (2) equipment capable of interdicting the movement - of weapons of mass destruction and related materials into the United States; and (3) materials and technologies related to use of equipment described in paragraph (1) or (2). SEC. 1422. EXTENSION OF COVERAGE OF INTERNATIONAL EMER- GENCY ECONOMIC POWERS ACT. Section 206 of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1705) is amended— (1) in subsection (a), by inserting ", or attempts to violate," after "violates"; and (2) in subsection (b), by inserting ", or willfully attempts to violate," after "violates". SEC. 1423. SENSE OF CONGRESS CONCERNING CRIMINAL PENALTIES. 50 USC 2332. (a) SENSE OF CONGRESS CONCERNING INADEQUACY OF SENTENC- ING GUIDELINES. —It is the sense of Congress that the sentencing guidelines prescribed by the United States Sentencing Commission for the offenses of importation, attempted importation, exportation, and attempted exportation of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons materials constitute inadequate punishment for such offenses. (b) URGING OF REVISON TO GUIDELINES.—Congress urges the United States Sentencing Commission to revise the relevant sentencing guidelines to provide for increased penalties for offenses relating to importation, attempted importation, exportation, and attempted exportation of nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons or related materials or technologies under the following provisions of law: (1) Section 11 of the Export Administration Act of 1979 (50 U.S.C. App. 2410).