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PUBLIC LAW 101-646—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4777 "SEC. 2006. GOALS OF UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE PRO- 16 USC 941d. GRAMS RELATED TO GREAT LAKES FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES. "In administering programs of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service related to the Great Lakes Basin, the Director shall seek to achieve the following goals: "(1) Restoring and maintaining self-sustaining fishery resource populations. "(2) Minimizing the impacts of contaminants on fishery and wildlife resources. "(3) Protecting, maintaining, and, where degraded and destroyed, restoring fish and wildlife habitat, including the enhancement and creation of wetlands that result in a net gain in the amount of those habitats. "(4) Stopping illegal activities adversely impacting fishery and wildlife resources. "(5) Restoring threatened and endangered species to viable, self-sustaining levels. "(6) Protecting, managing, and conserving migratory birds. "SEC. 2007. ESTABLISHMENT OF OFFICES. 16 USC 941e. "(a) GREAT LAKES COORDINATION OFFICE.— The Director shall establish a centrally located facility for the coordination of all United States Fish an Wildlife Service activities in the Great Lakes Basin, to be known as the "Great Lakes Coordination Office". The functional responsibilities of the Great Lakes Coordination Office shall include intra- and interagency coordination, information distribution, and public awareness outreach. The Great Lakes Coordination Office shall include all administrative and technical support necessary to carry out its responsibilities. "(b) LOWER GREAT LAKES FISHERY RESOURCES OFFICE. — The Director shall establish an office with necessary administrative and technical support services to carry out sdl United States Fish and Wildlife Service operational activities related to fishery resource protection, restoration, maintenance, and enhancement in the Lower Great Lakes. The office shall be known as the "Lower Great Lakes Fishery Resources Office", and shall be centrally located in the lower Great Lakes so as to facilitate fishery resource restoration and enhancement activities relating to the lower Great Lakes. "(c) UPPER GREAT LAKES FISHERY RESOURCES OFFICES.— The Director shall establish one or more offices with necessary administrative and technical support services to carry out United States Fish and Wildlife Service operational activities related to fishery resource protection, restoration, maintenance, and enhancement in the upper Great Lakes. Each of the offices shall be known as an "Upper Great Lakes Fishery Resources Office", and shall be appropriately located so as to facilitate fishery resource activities in the upper Great Lakes. "SEC. 2008. ANNUAL REPORTS. 16 USC 941f. "Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this Act and annually thereafter, the Director shall submit a report to the Committee on Merchant Marine and fisheries of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate. Each such report shall describe— "(1) the progress and findings of the studies conducted under section 2005, including recommendations of implementing