93 STAT. 1260
PUBLIC LAW 96-164—DEC. 29, 1979 (E) For advanced isotope separation research, $5,000,000. (F) For personnel, $944,000. (6) For defense waste management (including $1,691,000 for personnel), $215,991,000. (7) For the nuclear materials security and safeguards technology development program (defense program), including $3,560,000 for personnel, $43,227,000. PLANT AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
SEC, 102. Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated to the Department of Energy for fiscal year 1980 for plant and capital equipment (including planning, construction, acquisition, and modification of facilities, land acquisition related thereto, and acquisition and fabrication of capital equipment not related to construction) necessary for nationcil security programs, as follows: (1) For inertial confinement fusion: Project 80-PE&D-1, plant engineering and design, $3,500,000. (2) For naval reactors development: Project 80-AE-l, fluids and corrosion test facilities upgrading, various locations, $17,900,000. Project 80-GPP-l, general plant projects, $3,300,000. (3) For weapons activities: Project 80-AE-4, addition to computer facility, Sandia Laboratories, Livermore, California, $2,800,000. Project 80-AE-5, ground launched cruise missile (GLCM) warhead production facilities, various locations, $4,000,000. Project 80-AE-6, utilities and equipment restoration, replacement and upgrade, various locations, $39,400,000. Project 80-AE-8, advanced size reduction facility. Rocky Flats Plant, Golden, Colorado, $10,000,000. Project 80-AE-9, new polymer production facility, Bendix Plant, Kansas City, Missouri, $1,400,000. Project 80-AE-lO, additional loading facilities. Savannah River Plant, Aiken, South Carolina, $3,500,000. Project 80-AE-ll, Pershing II warhead production facilities, various locations, $5,000,000. Project 80-GPP-l, general plant projects, $25,400,000. Project 80-PE&D-1, plant engineering and design, $3,600,000. Project 71-9, fire, safety, and adequacy of operating conditions projects, various locations, an additional sum of $7,000,000, for a total project authorization of $287,000,000. Project 77-11-c, 8" Artillery Fired Atomic Projectile (AFAP) production facilities, various locations, an additional sum of $4,600,000, for a total project authorization of $27,200,000. Project 78-16-d, weapons safeguards, various locations, an additional sum of $2,000,000, for a total project authorization of $28,000,000. Project 78-16-g, radioactive liquid waste improvement, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, New Mexico, an additional sum of $6,200,000, for a total project authorization of $12,500,000. Project 78-18-d, Steam plant improvements, Y-12 plant. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, an additional sum of $15,500,000, for a toteil project authorization of $25,500,000.