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the United States: Provided, That when adequate domestic supplies are not available to meet Department of Defense requirements on a timely basis, the Secretary of the service responsible for the procurement may waive this restriction on a case-by-case basis by certifying in writing to the Committees on Appropriations that such an acquisition must be made in order to acquire capability for national security purposes.
SEC. 8117. After April 15, 1995, none of the funds provided in this Act may be obligated for payment on new contracts on which allowable costs charged to the government include payments for individual compensation at a rate in excess of $250,000 per year.
SEC. 8120. None of the funds appropriated in this Act to the Department of the Army may be obligated for procurement of 120mm mortars or 120mm mortar ammunition manufactured outside of the United States.
SEC. 8127. PREFERENCE FOR LOCAL AND SMALL BUSINESSES TO CARRY OUT ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION AND REMEDIATION OF KAHO’OLAWE ISLAND, HAWAII.
(a) PREFERENCE REQUIRED.-In entering into contracts with private entities to carry out environmental restoration and remediation of Kaho'olawe Island, Hawaii, and the waters surrounding that island, the Secretary of the Navy shall, to the maximum extent practicable, give a preference to small business concerns and small disadvantaged business concerns located in the State of Hawaii. In giving the preference, the Secretary shall give especial preference to businesses owned by Native Hawaiians.
(b) DEFINITIONS.-In this section:
(1) The term "small business concern" means a business concern meeting the requirements of section 3 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 632).
(2) The term "small disadvantaged business concern" means the business concerns referred to in section 7(d)(1) of such Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d)(1)).
(3) The term "Native Hawaiian" means any individual who is a descendent of the aboriginal people who, prior to 1778, occupied and exercised sovereignty in the area that now comprises the State of Hawaii.
SEC. 8139. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of a military department may enter into a contract for use of commercial or proprietary credit card services for augmenting or replacing any in-house account receivable system in use by a nonappropriated fund instrumentality under the jurisdiction of that Secretary if the Secretary determines that such contract is in the best interest of that department: Provided, That any Department of Defense initiative to contract for credit card services shall require full and open competitive procedures and be based on the program concepts determined by the military department(s) mo
rale, welfare and recreation (MWR) and service division(s) affected by such initiative.
SEC. 8151. Notwithstanding section 303(a) (5) and (6) of the Defense Production Act, or any other provision of law, the Department of Defense will negotiate and award an appropriate contract to the sole domestic producer of nuclear steam generator tubing for aircraft carriers, in an amount not to exceed $17,500,000 from funds provided in Public Law 103-139 for Defense Production Act Purchases.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1994
(P.L. 103-139, approved Nov. 11, 1993)
SEC. 8057. During the current fiscal year and thereafter, the Navy may provide notice to exercise options under the LEASAT program for the next fiscal year, in accordance with the terms of the Aide Memoire, dated January 5, 1981, as amended by the Aide Memoire dated April 30, 1986, and as implemented in the LEASAT contract.
SEC. 8105. [21 U.S.C. 1343 note] During the current fiscal year and thereafter, monetary limitations on the purchase price of a passenger motor vehicle shall not apply to vehicles purchased for intelligence activities conducted pursuant to Executive Order 12333 or successor orders.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1993
(P.L. 102–396, approved Oct. 6, 1992)
SEC. 9005. [10 U.S.C. 2241 note] During the current fiscal year and hereafter, no part of any appropriation or any other funds available to the Department of Defense, except for purchases for amounts not greater than the simplified acquisition threshold covered by section 2304(g) of title 10, United States Code, shall be available for the procurement of any article or item of food, clothing, tents, tarpaulins, covers, cotton and other natural fiber products, woven silk or woven silk blends, spun silk yarn for cartridge cloth, synthetic fabric or coated synthetic fabric, canvas products, or wool (whether in the form of fiber or yarn or contained in fabrics, materials, or manufactured articles), or any item of individual equipment manufactured from or containing such fibers, yarns, fabrics, or materials, or specialty metals including stainless steel flatware, or hand or measuring tools, not grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States or its possessions, except to the extent that the Secretary of the Department concerned shall determine that satisfactory quality and sufficient quantity of any articles or items of food, individual equipment, tents, tarpaulins, covers, or clothing or any form of cotton or other natural fiber products, woven silk and woven silk blends, spun silk yarn for cartridge cloth, synthetic fabric or coated synthetic fabric, canvas products, wool, or specialty metals including stainless steel flatware, grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States or its possessions cannot be procured as and when needed at United States market prices and except procurements outside the United States in support of combat operations, procurements by vessels in foreign waters, and emergency procurements or procurements of perishable foods by establishments located outside the United States for the personnel attached thereto: Provided, That nothing herein shall preclude the procurement of specialty metals or chemical warfare protective clothing produced outside the United States or its possessions when such procurement is necessary to comply with agreements with foreign governments requiring the United States to purchase supplies from foreign sources for the purposes of offsetting sales made by the United States Government or United States firms under approved programs serving defense requirements or where such procurement is necessary in furtherance of agreements with foreign governments in which both governments agree to remove barriers to purchases of supplies produced in the other country or services performed by sources of the other country, so long
as such agreements with foreign governments comply, where applicable, with the requirements of section 36 of the Arms Export Control Act and with section 2457 of title 10, United States Code: Provided further, That nothing herein shall preclude the procurement of foods manufactured or processed in the United States or its possessions.