There is also recent national legislation that could change the climate surrounding sexual assault on campuses. The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, or SaVE Act, an amendment created in March 2013 to the Clery Act, seeks to assist student victims of sexual assault, stalking, and intimate-partner violence. In conjunction with the act, Campus Clarity was created, a resource which provides training programs for students, faculty, and staff. In addition, there are currently two bipartisan bills that, if passed into law, would increase consequences for any schools not in compliance with Title IX and the Clery Act. The Hold Accountable and Lend Transparency on Campus Sexual Assault Act, a House bill, and the Campus Accountability and Safety Act, a Senate bill, would both require annual campus climate surveys, increased penalties for non-compliant schools, increased transparency in cases of sexual assault, and additional on-campus resources for student survivors.