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L. SECTIONS 3 AND 4 OF PUBLIC LAW 98-540
(Act of October 24, 1984; 98 Stat. 2719; 16 U.S.C. 1a-8)
SEC. 3. [43 U.S.C. 1457a note] (a) The Congress finds that(1) the public lands administered by the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service contain valuable wildlife, scenery, natural and historic features, and other resources;
(2) the Congress has specified the duties and responsibilities of the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to balance the conservation and protection of these public lands and resources with permitted uses in ways Congress has found to be appropriate for each of the various land areas;
(3) the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service are currently under congressional mandates to maintain sufficient visitor and recreational services in our national parks, campgrounds, and wildlife refuges;
(4) the Congress has authorized the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to contract for the provision of certain facilities, accommodations, and services by non-Federal entities, but with certain limitations that reflect the values and appropriate management policies of the various conservation areas, parks, wildlife refuges, and other public lands;
(5) expansion of the contracting authority of the managers of these conservation areas, parks, wildlife refuges, and lands should be considered only after careful study of the existing management mandates and contracting authorities; and
(6) management and regulation of natural resources on Federal lands are inherently Government functions and should be performed by Federal employees.
(b)(1)(A) The provisions of Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 and any similar provisions in any other order or directive shall not apply to activities conducted by the National Park Service, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Bureau of Land Management which involve ten full time equivalents (FTE) or less.
(B) For fiscal years 1985 through and including 1988, no contracts, for activities conducted by the National Park Service, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, or the Bureau of Land Management which have been subject to the provisions of Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 or any similar provision in any other order or directive, shall be entered into by the United States until funds have been specifically provided therefore by an Act of Congress.
(2) Nothing in this section shall prevent the National Park Service, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Bureau of Land Management from entering into contracts for services and materials under provisions of law and rules, regulations, orders, and policies other than the circular referred to in paragraph (1) or any similar order or directive.
SEC. 4. [16 U.S.C. 1a-8] (a) Beginning in fiscal year 1985, the National Park Service shall implement a maintenance management system into the maintenance and operations programs of the National Park System. For purposes of this section the term "maintenance management system" means a system that contains but is not limited to the following elements:
(1) a work load inventory of assets including detailed information that quantifies for all assets (including but not limited to buildings, roads, utility systems, and grounds that must be maintained) the characteristics affecting the type of maintenance work performed;
(2) a set of maintenance tasks that describe the maintenance work in each unit of the National Park System;
(3) a description of work standards including frequency of maintenance, measurable quality standard to which assets should be maintained, methods for accomplishing work, required labor, equipment and material resources, and expected worker production for each maintenance task;
(4) a work program and performance budget which develops an annual work plan identifying maintenance needs and financial resources to be devoted to each maintenance task;
(5) a work schedule which identifies and prioritizes tasks to be done in a specific time period and specifies required labor resources;
(6) work orders specifying job authorizations and a record of work accomplished which can be used to record actual labor and material costs; and
(7) reports and special analyses which compare planned versus actual accomplishments and costs and can be used to evaluate maintenance operations.
(b) [Repealed by section 814(d)(1)(F) of Public Law 104-333 (110 Stat. 4196.]
M. NATIONAL PARK POLICE DRUG ENFORCEMENT SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORITY ACT
(Subtitle B of title V of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986; Public Law 99-570; 100 Stat. 3207-156; 16 U.S.C. 1 note)
SEC. 5051. SHORT TITLE.
This subtitle may be cited as the "National Park Police Drug Enforcement Supplemental Authority Act".
SEC. 5052. [16 U.S.C. 1 note] NATIONAL PARK AUTHORIZATION.
In order to improve Federal law enforcement activities relating to the use and production of narcotics and controlled substances in National Park System units, from amounts appropriated there shall be made available to the Secretary of the Interior, in addition to sums made available under other authority of law, $3,000,000 for fiscal year 1989, and for each fiscal year thereafter, to be used for the employment and training of officers or employees of the Department of the Interior designated pursuant to section 10(b) of the Act of August 18, 1970 (16 U.S.C. la-6), for equipment and facilities to be used by such personnel, and for expenses related to such employment, training, equipment, and facilities.
N. SECTIONS 1213 THROUGH 1217 OF PUBLIC LAW 101
(PERIODIC REVIEW OF SYSTEM)
(Title XII of the Civil War Sites Study Act of 1990; 104 Stat. 4507; 16 U.S.C. 1a9 through la-13)
SEC. 1213. [16 U.S.C. 1a-9] The Secretary of the Interior (hereafter in this title referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized and directed to conduct a systematic and comprehensive review of certain aspects of the National Park System and to submit on a periodic basis but not later than every 3 years a report to the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Appropriations of the United States House of Representatives and the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and the Committee on Appropriations of the United States Senate on the findings of such review, together with such recommendations as the Secretary determines necessary. The first report shall be submitted no later than 3 years after the date of enactment of this Act.
SEC. 1214. [16 U.S.C. 1a-10] In conducting and preparing the report referred to in section 11, the Secretary shall consult with appropriate officials of affected Federal, State and local agencies, together with national, regional, and local organizations, including but not limited to holding such public hearings as the Secretary determines to be appropriate to provide a full opportunity for public comment.
SEC. 1215. [16 U.S.C. 1a-11] The report shall contain
(a) A comprehensive listing of all authorized but unacquired lands within the exterior boundaries of each unit of the National Park System as of the date of enactment.
(b) A priority listing of all such unacquired parcels by individual park unit and for the National Park System as a whole. The list shall describe the acreage and ownership of each parcel, the estimated cost of acquisition for each parcel (subject to any statutory acquisition limitations for such lands), and the basis for such estimate.
(c) An analysis and evaluation of the current and future needs of each unit of the National Park System for resource management, interpretation, construction, operation and maintenance, personnel, housing, together with an estimate of the costs thereof.
1In section 1214, the reference to "section 1" should be "section 1213".