y 116 STAT. 1106 PUBLIC LAW 107-217—AUG. 21, 2002 (i) damaged or deteriorated military family housing facilities conveyed under section 2854a of title 10; or (ii) property at a military installation designated for closure or realignment pursuant to a base closure law. (3) TRANSFER BETWEEN MILITARY DEPARTMENTS.—The Secretary of Defense shall provide that property described in paragraph (2) is available for transfer, without reimbursement, to other military depsirtments within the Department of Defense. (4) ALTERNATIVE DISPOSITION BY ADMINISTRATOR OF GENERAL SERVICES.— If property is not transferred pursuant to paragraph (3), the Secretary of the military department with the property under its control shall request the Administrator to transfer or dispose of the property in accordance with this subtitle or other applicable law. (5) PROCEEDS.— (A) DEPOSIT IN SPECIAL ACCOUNT. —For a transfer or disposition of property pursuant to paragraph (4), the Administrator shall deposit any proceeds (less expenses of the transfer or disposition as provided in subsection (a)) in a special account in the Treasury. (B) AVAILABILITY OF AMOUNT DEPOSITED.— To the extent provided in an appropriation law, an amount deposited in a special account under subparagraph (A) is available for facility maintenance and repair or environmental restoration as follows: (i) In the case of property located at a military installation that is closed, the amount is available for facility maintenance and repair or environmental restoration by the military department that had jmisdiction over the property before the closure of the military inst£dlation. (ii) In the case of property located at any other military installation— (I) 50 percent of the amount is available for facility maintenauice and repgiir or environmental restoration at the militeuy installation where the property was located before it was disposed of or transferred; and (II) 50 percent of the aunount is available for facility maintenance and repair and for environmental restoration by the military department that had jurisdiction over the property before it was disposed of or transferred. (6) REPORT. —As part of the annual request for authorizations of appropriations to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives, the Secretary of Defense shall include an accounting of each transfer and disposal made in accordance with this subsection during the fiscal year preceding the fiscal year in which the request is made. The accounting shall include a detailed explanation of each transfer and disposal and of the use of the proceeds received from it by the Department of Defense.
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