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PUBLIC LAW 102-83 —AUG. 6, 1991 105 STAT. 385 shall include, with respect to each such colocation, at least the following: "(A) Identification of the site to be developed. "(B) Minimum office space requirements for regional office activities. "(C) Design criteria of the facility to be constructed. "(D) A plan for meeting the security and parking needs for the facility and its occupants and visitors. "(E) A statement of current and projected rents and other costs for regional office activities. "(F) The estimated cost of construction of the facility concerned, the estimated annual cost of leasing space for regional office activities in the facility, and the estimated total annual cost of leasing all space in such facility. "(G) A plan for securing appropriate licenses, easements, and rights-of-way. "(H) A list of terms and conditions the Secretary has approved for inclusion in the lease agreement for the facility concerned. "(2) Subject to paragraph (3)(B), the Secretary shall— "(A) not later than one year after the date on which the invitation is issued under paragraph (1), enter into an agreement to carry out one colocation under this subsection; and "(B) within 180 days after entering into the agreement referred to in subparagraph (A), enter into agreements to carry out two additional colocations, unless the Secretary determines that it is not economically feasible for the Department to undertake them, taking into consideration all of the tangible and intangible benefits associated with such colocations. "(3) The Secretary shall— "(A) at least 10 days before the issuance or other publication of the invitation referred to in paragraph (1), submit a copy of the invitation to the Committees on Veterans' Affairs of the Senate and House of Representatives; and "(B) at least 30 days before entering into an agreement under par^raph (2), submit a copy to the Committees on Veterans' Affairs of the Senate and House of Representatives of the proposals selected by the Secretary from those received in response to the invitation issued under paragraph (1). "(g) The authority to enter into an agreement under this section shall expire on September 30, 1992. "CHAPTER 5—AUTHORITY AND DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY "SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL AUTHORITIES " Sec. "501. Rules and regulations. "502. Judicial review of rules and regulations. "503. Administrative error; equitable relief. "505. Opinions of Attorney General. "510. Authority to reorganize offices. "511. Decisions of the Secretary; finality. "512. Delegation of authority; assignment of functions and duties. "513. Contracts and personal services. "515. Administrative settlement of tort clEums.