The extensive $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief bill signed in December includes the largely unreported provision that U.S. intelligence agencies must share what they know about UFO’s with Congress within 180 days. 

The bill requires these agencies to give Congress and various armed services committees a full report about “unidentified aerial phenomena." 

The 5,593-page relief bill does not include the provision. Rather, it was included in the “committee comment” section of it, attached to the annual intelligence authorization act, Fox News noted. 

The information must come from the Office of Naval Intelligence, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Forse and the FBI. 

Inside of the unclassified report, there should be a detailed description of the “interagency process for ensuring timely data collection and centralized analysis of all unidentified aerial phenomena reporting for the Federal Government,” according to the Senate Intelligence committee’s directive. 

It must also include any type of potential national security threats regarding UFOs and determine if there could be anyone behind them, like other countries. 

Congress is interested in this information because of the various videos the Pentagon released in April. These videos showed “unidentified area phenomena” that the U.S. Navy stated were real, according to CNN.

A former Pentagon official, Luis Elizondo, told CNN in a 2017 interview that “we may not be alone.”