PUBLIC LAW 101-189—NOV. 29, 1989 103 STAT. 1357 PART F—PBBSONNEL AND COMPENSATION TBCHNICAL AMENDMENTS Sec. 651. Technical amendments to military retirement laws. Sec. 652. Repeal of certain obsolete and expired provisions. Sec. 653. Other technical and clerical amendments. PAKT G—MISCELLANEOUS Sec. 661. Military relocation assistance programs. Sec. 662. Extension of test program of reimbursement for adoption expenses. Sec. 663. Repeal of four-year Reserve officer uniform allowance. Sec. 664. Reimbursement for financial institution charges incurred because of Gov- ernment error in direct deposit of pay. TITLE Vn—HEALTH CARE PROVISIONS PART A—HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS PERSONNEL MATTERS Sec. 701. Authority to repay loans of certain health professionals who serve in the Selected Reserve. Sec. 702. Revision of military physician special pay structure. Sec. 703. Extension and expansion of medical officer retention bonus program. Sec. 704. Special pay for psychologists. Sec. 705. Accession bonus for registered nurses. Sec. 706. Incentive pay for nurse anesthetists. Sec. 707. Nurse officer candidate accession bonus. Sec. 708. Program to increase use of certain nurses by the military departments. Sec. 709. Authority to defer mandatory retirement for age of regular officers in a health-related profession. Sec. 710. Retention in active service of Reserve officers in a health-related profes- sion. Sec. 711. Retention of certain Reserve psychologists in active status. Sec. 712. Reallocation of Naval Reserve rear admiral positions authorized for health professions. PART B—HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT Sec. 721. Prohibition on charges for outpatient medical and dental care. Sec. 722. Sharing of health-care resources with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Sec. 723. Prohibition on reducing end strength levels for medical personnel as a result of base closures and realignments. Sec. 724. Revised deadline for the use of diagnosis-related groups for outpatient treatment. Sec. 725. Armed Forces health professions scholarship program. Sec. 726. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Henry M. Jack- son Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine. Sec. 727. Retention of funds collected from third-party payers of inpatient care fur- nished at facilities of the uniformed services. Sec. 728. Reallocation of certain civilian personnel positions to medical support. Sec. 729. Codification of appropriation provision relating to CHAMPUS. Sec. 730. Limitation on CHAMPUS payments to noninstitutional health-care pro- viders. Sec. 731. Clarification and correction of provisions relating to health benefits for certain former spouses. TITLE VIII—ACQUISITION POLICY, ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT, AND RELATED MATTERS PART A—PROCEDURES FOR MAJOR DEFENSE AcQuisrnoN PROGRAMS Sec. 801. Assessment of risk in concurrent development of migor defense acqubition systems. Sec. 802. Operational test and evaluation. Sec. 803. Low-rate initial production. Sec. 804. Modifications with respect to reports on live-fire testing programs. Sec. 805. Procedures applicable to multiyear procurement contracts. Sec. 806. Revision of limitation on transfer of certain technical data packages to foreign countries. PART B—CHANGES TO ACQUISITION STATUTES Sec. 811. Acquisition report streamlining.
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