98 STAT. 3514
CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 11, 1984
(3) serve as a source of financial and technical assistance to carry out these goals drawing on, encouraging, and coordinating participation of existing United States programs and activities, international assistance programs, overseas programs of United States colleges and universities, programs of the Mexican Government, and any new programs or activities which would be established as part of the people-to-people program; (4) target assistance based on findings of need in areas such as agricultural productivity, industrial research, building construction, transportation systems, research and development, and energy alternatives, and take into consideration the findings of the United States-Mexico Science and Technology Mixed Commission; (5) draw extensively on and foster the development of local Mexican businesses, civic organizations, and labor organizations, and rely on private sector local and foreign initiatives; and (6) rely on volunteers in a composition which would provide a mixture of workers, advisers, and consultants with skills not sufficiently available in Mexico. (b) In studying such a people-to-people program, the President should consider how the program should be administered. (c) Such study should consider the possibility of the Governments of the United States and Mexico establishing a Mixed Commission for the formulation, orientation, and review of the program. The Commission would meet whenever necessary, alternately in Mexico and the United States. The Commission would meet at the request of either Government and be made up of Mexicans and Americans appointed, through diplomatic channels, whenever a meeting is held. The Mixed Commission would examine matters relating to the execution of the program, determine the plan of activities to be undertaken, examine periodically the program as a whole, and make recommendations to the two Governments. It could also suggest that special meetings be held on a specific project or subject. (d) The Congress requests that the results of the President's study of the people-to-people program be transmitted to the Congress within one year after the adoption of this resolution. Agreed to October 10, 1984.
Oct. 11, 1984 [H. Con. Res. 376]
Ante, p. 3221.
CORRECTIONS I N E N R O L L M ENT OF H.R. 2867 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That in the enrollment of the bill (H.R. 2867) to amend the Solid Waste Disposal Act to authorize appropriations for the fiscal years 1985 through 1988, and for other purposes, the Clerk of the House of Representatives shall make the following corrections: (1) Section 247 is amended by adding the following at the end thereof: