From the article, which is quoting the bill: "The National Aeronautics and Space Administration shall plan to return to the moon by 2022 and develop a sustained human presence on the moon in order to promote exploration, commerce, science and United States preeminence in space as a stepping stone for the future exploration of Mars and other destinations. The budget requests and expenditures of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration shall be consistent with achieving this goal"
To its credit, the bill stipulates that NASA should ask for the money. Of course, it doesn't say that congress should appropriate the money. Way to micromanage, guys.
(another disclaimer: I'm also a NASA employee at a NASA center, but not a Civil Servant. It's unclear that my work (science) would benefit or suffer from the passage of such a bill, but, in fairness, I should air any potential conflict of interest.)