The Coastal Barrier Resources Reauthorization Act of 2000 reauthorized the Coastal Barrier Resources Act (CBRA) and directed the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to complete a Digital Mapping Pilot Project that includes digitally produced draft maps for up to 75(CBRS) areas and a report to Congress that describes the feasibility and costs for completing digital maps for all CBRS areas. The Service is in the process of completing the pilot project. The 2000 Act also directed the Service to conduct an economic assessment of the effects of CBRA. The assessment conducted in 2002 estimated how much money CBRA has saved taxpayers by restricting federal spending for roads, wastewater systems, potable water supply, and disaster relief. The assessment estimated that from 1983-2010, CBRA will have saved American taxpayers approximately $1.3 billion.