Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 113 Part 3.djvu/51

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PUBLIC LAW 106-117—NOV. 30, 1999 113 STAT. 1569 property identified under subparagraph (A) as presenting an opportunity for such lease; and (C) an assessment of the resources required at the Department facilities concerned, and at the Department Central Office, in order to facilitate the entering into of enhanced-used leases in the case of property so identified. (3) If as a result of a survey under paragraph (2)(A) an entity carrying out an analysis under this subsection determines that a particular Department property presents no opportunities for lease under the enhanced-use lease authority, the analysis shall include the entity's explanation of that determination. (4) If as a result of such a survey an entity carrying out an analysis under this subsection determines that certain Department property presents an opportiuiity for lease under the enhanced-use lease authority, the analysis shall include a single integrated business plan, developed by the entity, that addresses the strategy and resources necessary to implement the plan for all property determined to present an opportunity for such lease. SEC. 209. INELIGIBILITY FOR EMPLOYMENT BY VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION OF HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS WHO HAVE LOST LICENSE TO PRACTICE IN ONE JURIS- DICTION WHILE STILL LICENSED TN ANOTHER JURISDIC- TION. Section 7402 is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: "(f) A person may not be employed in £i position under subsection (b) (other than under paragraph (4) of that subsection) if— "(1) the person is or has been licensed, registered, or certified (as applicable to such position) in more than one State; and " (2) either— "(A) any of those States has terminated such license, registration, or certification for cause; or "(B) the person has voluntarily relinquished such license, registration, or certification in any of those States after being notified in writing by that State of potential termination for cause.". SEC. 210. REPORT ON COORDINATION OF PROCUREMENT OF PHARMA- CEUTICALS AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES BY THE DEPART- MENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. (a) REQUIREMENT. —Not later than July 31, 2000, the Secretary Deadline. of Veterans Affairs and the Secretary of Defense shall jointly submit to the Committees on Veterans' Affairs and Armed Services of the Senate and the Committees on Veterans' Affairs and Armed Services of the House of Representatives a report on the cooperation between the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense in the procurement of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies. (b) REPORT ELEMENTS. —The report under subsection (a) shall include the following: (1) A description of the current cooperation between the Department of Veterans Affairs euid the Department of Defense in the procurement of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies.