106 STAT. 2306 PUBLIC LAW 102-477—CKDT. 23, 1992 (3) the population available for work, including those not considered to be actively seeking work; (4) the employed population, including those employed with annual earnings below the poverty line; and (5) the numbers employed in private sector positions and in public sector positions. Reports. (b) INDIAN DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION.—The Secretary, in consultation with the Bureau of the Census of the Department of Commerce, and the National Center for Native American Studies and Pohcy Development authorized by Public Law 101-301, shall prepare a report on the need for comprehensive, accurate and periodically updated information on the size and characteristics of the Indian and Alaska Native population throughout the entire United States. This report shall include the need for information, together with the cost of acquiring such information, on the characteristics and need for education, health, housing, job training, and other basic needs of such population, and shall take into consideration the need for this information by Indian tribes and organizations serving Indians in nonreservation areas. The report shall be submitted to the Select Committee on Indian Affairs of the Senate and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and the Committee on Education and Labor of the House of Representatives not later than 12 months after the date of enactment of this Act. 25 USC 3417. SEC. 18. ASSIGNMENT OF FEDERAL PERSONNEL TO STATE INDIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS. Any State with an economic development program targeted to Indian tribes shall be eligible to receive, at no cost to the State, such Federal personnel assignments as the Secretary, in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 1970, may deem appropriate to help ensure the success of such program. Approved October 23, 1992. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—S. 1530: HOUSE REPORTS: No. 102-905 (Comm. on Interior and Insular Affairs). SENATE REPORTS: No. 102-188 (Select Comm. on Indian Affairs). CONGRESSIONAL RECORD: Vol. 137 (1991): Oct. 30, considered and passed Senate. Vol. 138 (1992): Sept. 29, considered and passed House, amended. Oct. 7, Senate concurred in House amendment.
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