Members of the US House of Representatives are calling on the Pentagon to provide more accurate reports on China’s military and tougher restrictions on foreign military technology transfers, Reuters reported. “Instead of providing a frank assessment of People’s Liberation Army capabilities, the China power report has become a political document that is watered down by various government agencies to avoid offending the PRC,” said Randy Forbes, chairman of the House Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee. Forbes is pushing for legislation that would require the report to include assessments from US officers in the Pacific Command on gaps in intelligence on China. Another piece of legislation would require the Pentagon to advise Congress on the risks of military-related technology transfers to other countries. The legislation will have to pass both the House and Senate and be signed by President Barack Obama before coming into law.