PUBLIC LAW 100-463—OCT. 1, 1988
102 STAT. 2270-43
personnel and units in permanent duty stations ashore outside the United States that exceed the amount of such costs incurred in fiscal year 1989, and shall detail: (A) a description of the types of expenditures increeised, by appropriation account, activity and program; and (B) specific efforts to obtain allied host nations' financing for these 4Pst increases. (2) The Secretary of Defense shall notify in advance the Committees on Appropriations and Armed Services of the House and Senate through existing notification procedures, when costs of maintaining Department of Defense personnel and units in permanent duty stations ashore will exceed the amounts as defined in the Department of Defense budget as enacted for that fiscal year. Such notification shall describe: (A) the type of expenditures that increased; and (B) the source of funds (including prior year unobligated balances) by appropriation account, activity and program, proposed to finance these costs. (3) In computing the costs incurred for maintaining Department of Defense personnel and forces in permanent duty stations ashore outside the United States compared with the amount of such costs incurred in fiscal year 1989, the Secretary shall— (A) exclude increased costs resulting from increases in the rates of pay provided for members of the Armed Forces and civilian employees of the United States Government and exclude any cost increases in supplies and services resulting from inflation; and (B) include (i) the costs of operation and maintenance and of facilities for the support of Department of Defense overseas personnel, and (ii) increased costs resulting from any decline in the foreign exchange rate of the United States dollar. (h) The provisions of subsections (f) and (g) shall not apply in time of war or during a national emergency declared by the President or Congress. (i) In this section— (1) the term "personnel" means members of the Armed Forces of the United States and civilian employees of the Department of Defense; (2) the term "Department of Defense overseas personnel" means those Department of Defense personnel who are assigned to permanent duty ashore outside the United States; and (3) the term "United States" includes the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the territories and possessions of the United States. SEC. 8126. The Secretary of Defense shall take such action as may be necessary to implement at the earliest practicable date and with funds provided for such purpose under the heading "Army Stock Fund" in title V of this Act, the program proposed by the Department of Defense in a letter, dated August 30, 1985, from the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Logistics to rehabilitate and convert current steam generating plants at defense facilities in order to achieve a coal consumption target of 1,600,000 short tons of coal per year (including at least 300,000 short tons of anthracite coal) above current consumption levels at Department of Defense facilities in the United States by fiscal year 1994: Provided, That such action shall be subject to use of only the most cost-effective fuel system in the construction of new plants or the conversion of existing plants; however, this cost-effectiveness requirement is not applicable to a comparison between bituminous and anthracite coal:
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