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PUBLIC LAW 97-000—MMMM. DD, 1982

96 STAT. 1354

Report to Congress.

PUBLIC LAW 97-300—OCT. 13, 1982

repairs, and capital improvements, and including necessary adjustments in payments on account of overpayments or underpayments. (d) The Secretary shall prepare and submit to the Congress an annual report for employment and training programs. The Secretary shall include in such report— (1) a summary of the achievements, failures, and problems of the programs authorized in this Act in meeting the objective of this Act; (2) a summary of major findings from research, evaluation, pilot projects, and experiments conducted in the previous fiscal year; (3) recommendations for program modifications based upon analysis of such findings; and (4) such other recommendations for legislative or administrative action as the Secretary deems appropriate. (e) The Secretary shall develop methods to ascertain, and shall ascertain annually, energy development and conservation employment impact data by type and scale of energy technologies used. The Secretary shall present the best available data to the Secretary of Energy, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget as part of the budgetary process and to the appropriate Committees of Congress annually. UTILIZATION OF SERVICES AND FACILITIES

29 USC 1580.

SEC. 170. The Secretary is authorized, in carrying out this Act, and to the extent permitted by law other than this Act, to accept and use the services and facilities of departments, agencies, and establishments of the United States. The Secretary is also authorized to accept and use the services and facilities of the agencies of any State or political subdivision of a State, with its consent. OBLIGATIONAL AUTHORITY

29 USC 1581.

SEC. 171. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, no authority to enter into contracts or financial assistance agreements under this Act shall be effective except to such extent or in such amount as are provided in advance in appropriation Acts. PART E—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS TRANSITION

29 USC 1591. Post, p-1357.

Post, p. 1357. Post, p. 1387.

SEC. 181. (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, the Secretary, from funds appropriated pursuant to this Act or pursuant to the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, shall provide financial assistance under this Act in the same manner that such assistance was provided under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (as in effect on the day before the enactment of this Act) until September 30, 1983. (b) The Commission established by title V of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act shall continue to be authorized until September 30, 1983, and on such date the personnel, property, and records of such Commission shall be transferred to the Commission established by part F of title IV of this Act.