Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 5.djvu/44

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106 STAT. 3682 PUBLIC LAW 102-550—OCT. 28, 1992 amended by striking the paragraph designation and all that follows through the end of subparagraph (B) and inserting the following: "(TXA) Using the additioncQ budget authority provided under paragraph (6) and the balances of budget authority that become available during fiscal year 1993, the Secretary shall, to the extent approved in appropriation Acts, reserve authority to enter into obligations aggregating— "(i) for public housing grants under subsection (a)(2), not more than $830,900,800, of which amount not more than $257,320,000 shall be available for Indian housing; "(ii) for assistance under section 8, not more than $1,977,662,720, of which $20,000,000 shall be available for 15- year contracts for project-based assistance to be used for a multicultural tenant empowerment and homeownership project located in the District of Columbia, except that assistance provided for such project shall not be considered for purposes of the percentage limitations under section 8(i)(2); except that not more than 49 percent of any amounts appropriated under this clause may be used for vouchers under section 8(o); "(iii) for comprehensive improvement assistance grants under section 14(k), not more than $3,100,000,000; "(iv) for assistance under section 8 for property disposition, not more than $93,032,000; "(v) for assistance under section 8 for loan management, not more than $202,000,000; (vi) for extensions of contracts expiring under section 8, not more than $6,746,135,000, which shall be for 5-year contracts for assistance under section 8 and for loan management assistance under such section; "(vii) for amendments to contracts under section 8, not more than $1,350,000,000; "(viii) for public housing lease adjustments and amendments, not more than $83,055,000; "(ix) for conversions from leased hoiising contracts under section 23 of this Act (as in effect immecQately before the enactment of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974) to assistance under section 8, not more than $12,767,000; and "(x) for grants under section 24 for revitalization of severely distressed public housing, not more than $300,000,000. "(B) Using the additional budget authority provided under paragraph (6) and the balances of budget authority that become available during fiscal year 1994, the Secretary shall, to the extent approved in appropriation Acts, reserve authority to enter into obligations aggregating— "(i) for public housing grants under subsection (a)(2), not more than $865,798,634, of which amount not more than $268,127,440 shall be available for Indian housing; "(ii) for assistance under section 8, not more than $2,060,724,554, of which $20,000,000 shall be available for 15- year contracts for project-based assistance to be used for a multicultural tenant empowerment and homeownership project located in the District or Columbia, except that assistance provided for such project shall not be considered for purposes of the percentage limitations under section 8(i)(2); except that not more than 49 percent of any amounts appropriated under this clause may be used for vouchers under section 8(6);