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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-418—AUG. 23, 1988

102 STAT. 1467

tribution of the service sector to the gross national product of the United States. SEC 5409. EXCLUSION OF INFORMATION.

15 USC 4909.

The Data Bank shall not include any information— (1) the disclosure of which to the public is prohibited under any other provision of law or otherwise authorized to be withheld under other provision of law; or (2) that is specifically authorized under criteria established by statute or an Executive order not to be disclosed in the interest of national defense or foreign policy and are in fact properly classified pursuant to such Ebcecutive order. SEC 5410. NONDUPUCATION.

15 USC 4910.

The Secretary shall ensure that information systems created or developed pursuant to this subtitle do not unnecessarily duplicate information systems available fix>m other Federal agencies or from the private sector. SEC 5411. COLLECTION OF DATA.

15 USC 4911.

Except as provided in section 5408, nothing in this subtitle shall be considered to grant independent authority to the Federal Government to ooUect any data or information from individuals or entities outside of the Federal Government. SEC 5412. FEES AND ACCESS.

15 USC 4912.

The Secretary shall provide reasonable public services and access (including elecbt>nic access) to any information maintained as part of the Data Bank and may charge reasonable fees consistent with section 552 of title 5, United Stat^ Code. SEC 5413. REPORT TO CONGRESS. 15 USC 4913. (a) INTERIM REPORT.—Not more than 1 year after the date of

enactment of this Act, the Secretary after consultation with the Advisory Committee shall submit a report to the Governmental Affairs Committee and the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee of the Senate, other appropriate committees of the Senate, and the House of Representatives describii^ actions taken pursuant to this subtitle, particularly— (1) actions taken to provide the information on services described in section 5408; and (2) actions taken to provide State-by-State information as described in section 5406(b)(7). (b) FINAL REPORT.—Not more than 3 years after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary after consultation with the Advisory Committee shall submit a report to the Governmental Affairs Committee and the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee of the Senate, other appropriate committees of the Senate, and the House of Representatives— (1) assessing the current quality and comprehensiveness of, and the ability of the public and of private entities to obtain access to trade data; (2) describing all other actions taken and planned to be taken pursuant to thiis subtitle; (3) including comments by the private sector and by State agencies that promote exports on the implementation of the IkitaBank;