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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1985

99 STAT. 1088

PUBLIC LAW 99-177—DEC. 12, 1985 any time during each cost reporting period of the provider any part of which occurs during the effective period of the order, but only (for each such cost reporting period) in the same proportion as the fraction of the cost reporting period that occurs during the effective period of the order. (C) EFFECTIVE PERIOD OF ORDER FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986.— For purposes of this paragraph, the effective period of a sequestration order for fiscal year 1986 is the period beginning on March 1, 1986, and ending on September 30, 1986. (3) No RELATED

42 USC 1395J. 42 USC 1395, 1395u. 98 Stat. 1093. 42 USC 1395gg.

42 USC 1395mm.

INCREASE IN BENEFICIARY CHARGES IN ASSIGNMENT-

CASES.—If a reduction in payment amounts is made under paragraph (1) for services for which payment under part B of title XVIII of the Social Security Act is made on the basis of an assignment described in section 1842(b)(3)(B)(ii), in accordance with section 18420t))(6)(B), or under the procedure described in section 1870(f)(1), of such Act, the person furnishing the services shall be considered to have accepted payment of the reasonable charge for the services, less any reduction in payment amount made pursuant to a sequestration order, as payment in full. (4) No EFFECT ON COMPUTATION OF AAPCC.—In Computing the adjusted average per capita cost for purposes of section 1876(a)(4) of the Social Security Act, the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall not take into account any reductions in payment amounts which have been or may be effected under this part. (e) TREATMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM.—Any

Ante, p. 1072. 98 Stat. 1311, 1312. 42 USC 655, 658.

order issued by the President under section 252 shall accomplish the full amount of any required reduction in expenditures under sections 455 and 458 of the Social Security Act by reducing the Federal matching rate for State administrative costs under such program, as specified (for the fiscal year involved) in section 455(a) of such Act, to the extent necessary to reduce such expenditures by that amount. (f) TREATMENT OF FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION ASSISTANCE PRO-

Ante, p. 1072.

42 USC 670. state and local governments.

98 Stat. 1167, 3296. 42 USC 674.

42 USC 670.

GRAMS.—Any order issued by the President under section 252 shall make the reduction which is otherwise required under the foster care and adoption assistance programs (established by part E of title IV of the Social Security Act) only with respect to payments and expenditures made by States in which increases in foster care maintenance payment rates or adoption assistance payment rates (or both) are to take effect during the fiscal year involved, and only to the extent that the required reduction can be accomplished by applying a uniform percentage reduction to the Federal matching payments that each such State would otherwise receive under section 474 of that Act (for such fiscal year) for that portion of the State's payments which is attributable to the increases taking effect during that year. No State may, after the date of the enactment of this joint resolution, make any change in the timetable for making payments under a State plan approved under part E of title IV of the Social Security Act which has the effect of changing the fiscal year in which expenditures under such part are made. (g) FEDERAL PAY.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—For purposes of any order issued under section 252— (A) Federal pay under a statutory pay system, and (B) elements of military pay.