This bill would require the President and Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS) to develop and implement a national strategy for keeping terrorists and foreign fighters from traveling.
The national strategy to combat terrorist travel include:
An account of all federal programs, projects, and activities to constrain domestic and international travel by terrorists and foreign fighters;
Specific security vulnerabilities within the U.S. and abroad that can be exploited by terrorists and foreign fighters;
Goals for closing those security vulnerabilities and improving the federal government’s ability to prevent terrorists from traveling and descriptions of the actions needed to achieve them.
For each component of the national strategy, the President and DHS would have to come up with an implementation plan in collaboration with other agencies. They would also be responsible for giving annual updates on the national strategy — until that requirement expires seven years after this bill’s enactment.
The strategy would be reported to relevant Congressional committees within 180 days of this legislation’s enactment.