President Obama is resuming his push for stronger gun control, following a year that saw his hopes for more stringent federal regulations dashed.

The president’s fiscal 2015 budget request contains a renewed focus on gun control, including calls for improved background checks by the FBI, better data via the National Criminal History Improvement Program and inspections of firearms dealers, according to a synopsis released by the White House.

If enacted, the president’s proposal would also take additional steps meant to help law enforcement and public health agencies prevent and respond to mass shootings.

“The budget provides training for State and local law enforcement to prevent and respond to active shooters and prevent mass casualties, invests in programs to identify mental health issues early and continues the Comprehensive School Safety Program and other initiatives to enhance school security,” according to the White House document.