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[75 Stat. 678]
[75 Stat. 678]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961

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PUBLIC LAW87-315-SEPT. 26, 1961

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2. For all other programs, the maximum currently estimated cost of any project shall be $600,000 and the maximum currently estimated cost of any building included in such a project shall be $100,000. 3. The total cost of all projects undertaken under subsection 101 (k) shall not exceed the estimated cost set forth in that subsection by more than 10 per centum. SEC. 103. ADVANCE PLANNING AND DESIGN.—There are hereby authorized to be appropriated funds for advance planning, construction design, and architectural services, in connection with projects which are not otherwise authorized by law, and the Atomic Energy Commission is authorized to use funds currently or otherwise available to it for such purposes. SEC.

74 Stat. 120. 74 Stat. 121.

74 Stat. 120.

73 Stat. 81.

104. KESTORATION

OR REPLACEMENT.—There

are

hereby

authorized to be appropriated funds necessary to restore or to replace plants or facilities destroyed or otherwise seriously damaged, and the Atomic Energy Commission is authorized to use funds currently or otherwise available to it for such purposes. SEC. 105, CURRENTLY AVAILABLE F U N D S. — I n addition to the sums authorized to be appropriated to the Atomic Energy Commission by section 101 of this Act, there are hereby authorized to be appropriated to the Atomic Energy Commission to accomplish the purposes of this Act such sums of money as may be currently available to the Atomic Energy Commission. SEC. 106. SUBSTITUTIONS.—Funds authorized to be appropriated or otherwise made available by this Act may be used to start any other new project for which an estimate was not included in this Act if it be a substitute for a project or portion of a project authorized in subsections 101(a), (b), and (c^ and the estimated cost thereof is within the limit of cost of the project for which substitution is to be made, and the Commission certifies that— (a) the project is essential to the common defense and security; (b) the new project is required by changes in weapon characteristics or weapon logistic operations; and (c) it is unable to enter into a contract with any person, including a licensee, on terms satisfactorv to the Commission to furnish from a privately owned plant or facility the product or services to be provided in the new project. SEC. 107. AMENDMENT OF PRIOR YEAR ACTS.—(a) Section 101 of Public Law 86-457 is amended by striking therefrom the figure "$211,476,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$338,476,000". (b) Section 101(f) of Public Law 86-457 is amended by striking therefrom "Project 61-f-7, design and engineering, linear electron accelerator, $3,000,000" and substituting therefor "Project 61-f-7, linear electron accelerator, $114,000,000". (c) Section 101(d) of Public Law 86-457 is amended by striking therefrom the figure "$24,000,000" for project 61-d-9, advanced test reactor, and substituting therefor the figure "$40,000,000". SEC. 108. PROJECT RESCISSIONS.—(a) Public Law 86-457 is amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for a project, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows: Project 61-b-2, high-velocity test track, Sandia Base, New Mexico, $2,100,000. (jj) Public Law 86-50, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for projects, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows: Project 60-a-2, prototype installations, gaseous diffusion plants, $1,000,000.