PUBLIC LAW 89-4-MAR. 9, 1965
L I A I S O K B E T W E E N FEDERAL G O V E R N M E N T A N D THE COMMISSION
SEC. 104. The President shall provide effective and continuing liaison between the Federal Government and the Commission and a coordinated review within the Federal Government of the plans and recommendations submitted by the Commission pursuant to sections 102 and 103. ADMINISTRATIVE E X P E N S E S OF THE COMMISSION
SEC. 105. (a) For the period ending on June 30 of the second full Federal fiscal year following the date of enactment of this Act, the administrative expenses of the Commission shall be paid by the Federal Government. Thereafter, such expenses shall be paid equally by the Federal Government and the States in the region. The share to be paid by each State shall be determined by the Commission. The Federal Cochairman shall not participate or vote in such determination. No assistance authorized by this Act shall be furnished to any State or to any political subdivision or any resident of any State, nor shall the State member of the Commission participate or vote in any determination by the Commission while such State is delinquent in payment of its share of such expenses. (b) Not to exceed $2,200,000 of the funds authorized in section 401 of this Act shall be available to carry out this section. ADMINISTRATIVE POWERS OF COMMISSION
SEC. 106. To carry out its duties under this Act, the Commission is authorized to— (1) adopt, amend, and repeal bylaws, rules, and regulations governing the conduct of its business and the performance of its functions. (2) appoint and fix the compensation of an executive director and such other personnel as may be necessary to enable the Commission to carry out its functions, except that such compensation shall not exceed the salary of the alternate to the Federal Cochairman on the Commission as provided in section 101. No member, alternate, officer, or employee of the Commission, other than the Federal Cochairman on the Commission, his staff, and his alternate and Federal employees detailed to the Commission under paragraph (3) shall be deemed a Federal employee for any purpose. (3) request the head of any Federal department or agency (who is hereby so authorized) to detail to temporary duty with the Commission such personnel within his administrative jurisdiction as the Commission may need for carr^in^ out its functions, each such detail to be without loss of seniority, pay, or other employee status. (4) arrange for the services of personnel from any State or local government or any subdivision or agency thereof, or any intergovernmental agency.