Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 2.djvu/742

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106 STAT. 1622 PUBLIC LAW 102-390—OCT. 6, 1992 (d) CONSIGNMENT.— The Secretary may sell the coins authorized under this title on a consignment basis to selective consignees to the extent such action shall reasonably be expected to increase the sale of such coins. (e) SURCHARGE REQUIRED.—A ll sales shall include a surcharee of $50 per coin for the five dollar coins, $10 per coin for the one dollar coins, and $3per coin for the clad coins. (f) MARKETING.— The Secretary, in cooperation with Atlanta Centennial Oljonpic Properties, shall develo]) and implement a marketing program to promote and sell the coins authorized hereunder botn wiwin the United States and internationaly. SEC. 107. GENERAL WAIVER OF PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS. (a) IN GENERAL. —Except as provided in subsection (b), no provision of law governing procurement or public contracts shall be applicable to the procurement of goods or services necessary for carrying out the provisions of this title. (b) EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OppoRTUNmr. —Subsection (a) shall not relieve any person entering into a contract under the authority of this title from complying with any law relating to equal employ- ment opportunity, except that no person shall be treated as a Federal contractor as a result of participating as a consignee of the United States Mint under section l()6(d) for purposes of any reporting re(]|uirement with respect to any eaual employment opportunity provision in any Federal procurement law. SEC. 108. DISTRIBUTION OF SURCHARGES. (a) IN GENERAL.—All surcharges which are received by the Secretary from the sale of coins issued under this title shall be promptly paid by the Secretary to Atlanta Centennial Olympic Properties. (b) USE OF PROCEEDS.— (1) IN GENERAL.— Amounts received under subsection (a) (net of expenses incurred by Atlanta Centennial Ol3anpic Properties in connection with the coin program) shall be distributed equally to the Atlanta Committee for the Ol3rmpic Games, Inc. and the United States Olympic Committee. (2) ATLANTA COMMITTEE FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES. — Amounts distributed to the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, Inc. may be used by the Atlanta Committee for uie Ol3nnpic Games, Inc. to stage and promote the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. (3) UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE. — Amounts distributed to the United States Ol3rmpic Committee shall be used by the United States Olympic Committee for the objects and purposes of the Committee as established in the Amateur Sports Act of 1978. (c) AMERICAN GOODS AND SERVICES REQUIRED.— (1) IN GENERAL.— Notwithstanding any other provision of law— (A) only such unmanufactured articles, materials, and supplies as have been mined or produced in the United States; (B) only such manufactured articles, materials, and supplies as have been manufactured in the United States substantially all from articles, materials, or supplies mined, produced, or manufactured in, and with services provided m, the United'States; and