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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2332

PUBLIC LAW 100-480—OCT. 7, 1988

nance of such building and improvements (including the care and maintenance of the grounds of such building) shall be the responsibility of the Architect, under the direction of the Commission, in the same manner and to the same extent as the structural and mechanical care and maintenance of the United States Supreme Court Building under the Act of May 7, 1934 (48 Stat. 668; 40 U.S.C. 13a), and all other duties and work required for the operation and domestic care of such building and improvements shall be performed by the Architect, under the direction of the Commission, (b) SECURITY.— (1) GENERAL RULE.—The United States Capitol Police shall be

responsible for all exterior and interior security of the building and other improvements constructed under this Act. (2) AUTHORITY OF SUPREME COURT MARSHAL.—Nothing in this Act shall be construed to interfere with the obligation of the Marshal of the Supreme Court of the United States to protect justices, officers, employees, or other personnel of the Supreme Court who may occupy the building and other improvements. (3) REIMBURSEMENT.—The Architect shall transfer from the account established by section 9 such amounts as may be necessary to reimburse the United States Capitol Police for expenses incurred in providing exterior and interior security under this subsection. The United States Capitol Police may accept amounts transferred by the Architect under this paragraph, and such amounts shall be credited to the appropriation account charged by the United States Capitol Police in executing the performance of security duties. 40 USC 1205.

SEC. 6. ALLOCATION OF SPACE. (a) GOVERNMENTAL E N T I T I E S. — (1) JUDICIAL BRANCH.—Subject to the provisions of this sec-

tion, the Architect shall make available, on a reimbursable basis, all space in the building and other improvements constructed under this Act to the judicial branch of the United States substantially in accordance with the report referred to in section ZQ^KD. (2) OTHER.—Any space in the building and other improvements constructed under this Act which the Chief Justice determines is not needed by the judicial branch of the United States may be made available by the Architect, on a reimbursable basis, to Federal governmental entities which are not part of the judicial branch and which are not staff of Members of Congress or Congressional Committees. (3) TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—Space made available under this subsection shall be subject to such terms and conditions as are necessary to carry out the objectives of this Act. (4) REIMBURSEMENT RATE.—All space made available by the Architect under this subsection shall be subject to reimbursement at the rate established under section 4(b)(2) plus such amount as the Architect and— (A) in the case of the judicial branch, the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States (Dourts, or (B) in the case of any governmental entity not a part of the judicial branch, such entity, determine is necessary to pay on an annual basis for the cost of administering the building and other improvements (including costs of operation, maintenance, rehabilitation, security, and