Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 6.djvu/381

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PUBLIC LAW 101-646—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4771 "(2) APPLICATION.— An application for a grant under this subsection shall include an identification and description of the best management practices and measures which the State proposes to utilize in implementing an approved mansigement plan with any Federal assistance to be provided under the grsint. " (3) FEDERAL SHARE.— "(A) The Federal share of the cost of each comprehensive management plan implemented with Federal assistance under this section in any fiscal year shall not exceed 75 percent of the cost incurred by the State in implementing such management program and the non-Federal share of such costs shall be provided from non-Federal sources. "(B) The Federal share of the cost of each public facility management plan implemented with Federal assist£mce under this section in any fiscal year shall not exceed 50 percent of the cost incurred by the State in implementing such management program and the non-Federal share of such costs shall be provided from non-Federal sources. "(4) ADMINISRATIVE COSTS. —For the purposes of this section, administrative costs for activities and programs carried out with a grant in any fiscal year shall not exceed 5 percent of the amount of the grant in that year. "(5) IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS.— In addition to cash outlays and pa3niients, in-kind contributions of property or personnel services by non-Federal interests for activities under this section may be used for the non-Federal share of the cost of those activities. "SEC. 1205. RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER LAWS. 16 USC 4725. "All actions taken by Federal agencies in implementing the provisions of section 1202 shall be consistent with all applicable Federal, State, and local environmental laws. Nothing in this title shall affect the authority of any State or political subdivision thereof to adopt or enforce control measures for aquatic nuisance species, or diminish or affect the jurisdiction of any State over species of fish and wildlife. Compliance with the control and eradication measures of any State or political subdivision thereof regarding aquatic nuisance species shall not relieve any person of the obligation to comply with the provisions of this subtitle. "SEC. 1206. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION. 16 USC 4726. "(a) ADVICE.—The Task Force shall provide timely advice to the Secretary of State concerning aquatic nuisance species that infest waters shared with other countries. "0)) NEGOTIATIONS. — The Secretary of State, in consultation with the Task Force, is encouraged to initiate negotiations with the governments of foreign countries concerning the planning and implementation of prevention, monitoring, research, education, and control programs related to aquatic nuisance species infesting shared water resources. "SEC. 1207. INTENTIONAL INTRODUCTIONS POLICY REVIEW. Reports. Ifi IIST' 4.727 "Within one year of the date of enactment of this Act, the Task Force shall, in consultation with State fish and wildlife agencies, other regional, State and local entities, potentially affected industries and other interested parties, identify and evaluate approaches for reducing the risk of adverse consequences associated with inten-