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expenditures incurred in connection with its activities within that system which were rendered pursuant to paragraph (1) of
this subsection. The authorities provided by this subsection shall supplement the law enforcement responsibilities of the National Park Service, and shall not authorize the delegation of law enforcement responsibilities of the agency to State and local governments.
(dX1) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, a law enforcement officer of any State or political subdivision thereof designated to act as a special policeman under subsection (c) of this section shall not be deemed a Federal employee and shall not be subject to the provisions of law relating to Federal employment, including, but not limited to, those relating to hours of work, rates of compensation, leave, unemployment compensation, and Federal benefits.
(2) For purposes of the tort claim provisions of title 28, United States Code, a law enforcement officer of any State or political subdivision thereof shall, when acting as a special policeman under subsection (c) of this section, be considered a Federal employee.
(3) For purposes of subchapter I of chapter 81 of title 5, United States Code, relating to compensation to Federal employees for work injuries, a law enforcement officer of any State or political subdivision thereof shall, when acting as a special policeman under subsection (c) of this section be deemed a civil service employee of the United States within the meaning of the term "employee" as defined in section 8101 of title 5, and the provisions of that subchapter shall apply.
(e) Nothing contained in this Act shall be construed or applied to limit or restrict the investigative jurisdiction of any Federal law enforcement agency other than the National Park Service, and nothing shall be construed or applied to affect any right of a State or a political subdivision thereof to exercise civil and criminal jurisdiction within the National Park Service.
SEC. 11. (Omitted-Amendment]
SEC. 12. (16 U.S.C. 1a-7] (a) Not later than January 15 of each calendar year, the Secretary of the Interior shall transmit to the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate and the Committee on Natural Resources of the House of Representatives a detailed program for the development of facilities, structures, or buildings for each unit of the National Park System consistent with the general management plans required in subsection (b) of this section.
(b) General management plans for the preservation and use of each unit of the National Park System, including areas within the national capital area, shall be prepared and revised in a timely manner by the Director of the National Park Service. On January 1 of each year, the Secretary shall submit to the Congress a list indicating the current status of completion or revision of general management plans for each unit of the National Park System. General management plans for each unit shall include, but not be limited to:
(1) measures for the preservation of the area's resources;
(2) indications of types and general intensities of development (including visitor circulation and transportation patterns, systems and modes) associated with public enjoyment and use of the area, including general locations, timing of implementations, and anticipated costs;
(3) identification of and implementation commitments for visitor carrying capacities for all areas of the unit; and
(4) indications of potential modifications to the external boundaries of the unit, and the reasons therefor. SEC. 13. (16 U.S.C. la-7a) NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM CRIME PREVEN
TION ASSISTANCE. (a) AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS.—There are authorized to be appropriated out of the Violent Crime Reduction Trust Fund, not to exceed $10,000,000, for the Secretary of the Interior to take all necessary actions to seek to reduce the incidence of violent crime in the National Park System.
(b) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT.—The Secretary shall direct the chief official responsible for law enforcement within the National Park Service to
(1) compile a list of areas within the National Park System with the highest rates of violent crime;
(2) make recommendations concerning capital improvements, and other measures, needed within the National Park System to reduce the rates of violent crime, including the rate of sexual assault; and
(3) publish the information required by paragraphs (1) and (2) in the Federal Register.
(c) DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS.—Based on the recommendations and list issued pursuant to subsection (b), the Secretary shall distribute the funds authorized by subsection (a) throughout the National Park System. Priority shall be given to those areas with the highest rates of sexual assault.
(d) USE OF FUNDS.-Funds provided under this section may be used
(1) to increase lighting within or adjacent to National Park System units;
(2) to provide emergency phone lines to contact law enforcement or security personnel in areas within or adjacent to National Park System units;
(3) to increase security or law enforcement personnel within or adjacent to National Park System units; or
(4) for any other project intended to increase the security and safety of National Park System units.
C. SECTION 4 OF PUBLIC LAW 98-540
(Act of October 24, 1984; 98 Stat. 2719; 16 U.S.C. 1a-8)
SEC. 4. (16 U.S.C. la–8] (a) Beginning in fiscal year 1985, the National Park Service shall implement a maintenance management system into the maintenance and operations programs of the National Park System. For purposes of this section the term "maintenance management system" means a system that contains but is not limited to the following elements:
(1) a work load inventory of assets including detailed information that quantifies for all assets (including but not limited to buildings, roads, utility systems, and grounds that must be maintained the characteristics affecting the type of maintenance work performed;
(2) a set of maintenance tasks that describe the maintenance work in each unit of the National Park System;
(3) a description of work standards including frequency of maintenance, measurable quality standard to which assets should be maintained, methods for accomplishing work, required labor, equipment and material resources, and expected worker production for each maintenance task;
(4) a work program and performance budget which develops an annual work plan identifying maintenance needs and financial resources to be devoted to each maintenance task;
(5) a work schedule which identifies and prioritizes tasks to be done in a specific time period and specifies required labor resources;
(6) work orders specifying job authorizations and a record of work accomplished which can be used to record actual labor and material costs; and
(7) reports and special analyses which compare planned versus actual accomplishments and costs and can be used to evaluate maintenance operations.
(b) (Repealed by section 814(dX1XF) of Public Law 104_333 (110 Stat. 4196.)