PUBLIC LAW 107-117-JAN. 10, 2002 115 STAT. 2323 (B) expenditures made by Executive departments and agencies, in providing assistance at the request of the United States Capitol PoUce in the performance of its duties, and which will be reimbursed by the United States Capitol Police under this section. (4) PROVISION OF ASSISTANCE. — Assistance under this section shall be provided— (A) consistent with the authority of the Capitol Police under sections 9 and 9A of the Act of July 31, 1946 (40 U.S.C. 212a and 212a-2); (B) upon the advance written request of— (i) the Capitol Police Board; or (ii) in an emergency— (I) the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate in any matter relating to the Senate; or (II) the Sergeant at Arms of the House of Representatives in any matter relating to the House of Representatives; and (C)(i) on a temporary and reimbursable basis; (ii) on a permanent reimbursable basis upon advance written request of the Capitol Police Board; or (iii) on a temporary basis without reimbursement by the Department of Defense and the Coast Guard as described under paragraph (1). (b) REPORTS.— (1) SUBMISSION.—With respect to any fiscal year in which an executive department or executive agency provides assistance under this section, the head of that department or agency shall submit a report not later than 90 days after the end of the fiscal year to the Chairman of the Capitol Police Board. (2) CONTENT. —The report submitted under paragraph (1) shall contain a detailed account of all expenditures made by the Executive department or executive agency in providing assistance under this section during the applicable fiscal year. (3) SUMMARY.— After receipt of all reports under paragraph (2) with respect to any fiscal year, the Chairman of the Capitol Police Board shall submit a summary of such reports to the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives. (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.— This section shall take effect on the date of enactment of this Act and apply to each fiscal year occurring after such date. SEC. 912. (a)(1) In the event of an emergency, as determined by the Capitol Police Board, or of a joint session of Congress, the Chief of the Capitol Police may enter into agreements— (A) with the District of Columbia to deputize members of the District of Columbia National Guard, who are qualified for law enforcement functions, for duty with the Captiol Police for the purpose of policing the Capitol grounds; and (B) with any appropriate governmental law enforcement authority to deputize law enforcement officers for duty with the Capitol Police for the purpose of policing the Capitol grounds. (2) Any agreement under paragraph (1) shall be subject to initial approval by the Capitol Police Board and to final approval by the Speaker of the House of Representatives (in consultation Deadline. ApplicabiKty.
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