Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 105 Part 2.djvu/322

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105 STAT. 1274 PUBLIC LAW 102-183—DEC. 4, 1991 (c) TERM OF APPOINTEES.— Each individual appointed to the Board pursuant to subsection (b)(7) shall be appointed for a period specified by the President at the time of the appointment, but not to exceed four years. Such individuals shall receive no compensation for service on the Board but may receive reimbursement for travel and other necessary expenses. (d) FUNCTIONS.— The Board shall perform the following functions: (1) Develop criteria for awarding scholarships, fellowships, and grants under this title. (2) Provide for wide dissemination of information regarding the activities assisted under this title. (3) Establish qualifications for students desiring scholarships or fellowships, and institutions of higher education desiring grants, under this title, including, in the case of students desiring a scholarship or fellowship, a requirement that the student have a demonstrated commitment to the study of the discipline for which the scholarship or fellowship is to be awarded. (4) Make recommendations to the Secretary regarding— (A) which countries are not emphasized in other United States study abroad programs, such as countries in which few United States students are studying, and are, therefore, critical countries for the purposes of section 802(a)(1)(A); (B) which areas within the disciplines described in section 802(a)(1)(B) are areas of study in which United States students are deficient in learning and are, therefore, critical areas within those disciplines for the purposes of that section; (C) which areas within the disciplines described in section 802(a)(1)(C) are areas in which United States students, educators, and Government employees are deficient in learning and in which insubstantial numbers of United States ' institutions of higher education provide training and are, therefore, critical areas within those disciplines for the purposes of that section; and (D) how students desiring scholarships or fellowships can be encouraged to work for an agency or office of the Federal Government involved in national security affairs or national security policy upon completion of their education. (5) Review the administration of the program required under this title. 50 USC 1904. SEC. 804. NATIONAL SECURITY EDUCATION TRUST FUND. (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF FUND. —There is established in the Treasury of the United States a trust fund to be known as the "National Security Education Trust Fund". The assets of the Fund consist of amounts appropriated to the Fund and amounts credited to the Fund under subsection (e). (b) AVAILABILITY OF SUMS IN THE FUND.— (1) Sums in the Fund shall, to the extent provided in appropriations Acts, be available— (A) for awarding scholarships, fellowships, and grants in accordance with the provisions of this title; and (B) for properly allocable costs of the Federal Government for the administration of the program under this title. (2) No amount may be appropriated to the Fund, or obligated from the Fund, unless authorized by law. (c) INVESTMENT OF FUND ASSETS. — The Secretary of the Treasury shall invest in full the amount in the Fund that is not immediately