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105 STAT. 420 PUBLIC LAW 102-86—AUG. 14, 1991 Reports. Federal Register, publication. which either House of Congress is not in session during an adjournment of more than three days to a day certain. "(3) Each notice under paragraph (1) shall include the following: "(A) An identification of the property involved. "(B) An explanation of the background of, rationale for, and economic factors in support of, the proposed lease. "(C) A summary of the views expressed by interested parties at the public hearing conducted in connection with the proposed designation, together with a summary of the Secretary's evaluation of those views. "(D) A general description of the proposed lease. "(E) A description of how the proposed lease— "(i) would contribute in a cost-effective manner to the mission of the Department; "(ii) would not be inconsistent with the mission of the Department; and "(iii) would not adversely affect the mission of the Department. "(F) A description of how the proposed lease would affect services to veterans. "(4) Not less than 30 days before entering into an enhanced-use lease, the Secretary shall submit to the congressional veterans' affairs committees a report on the proposed lease. The report shall include— "(A) updated information with respect to the matters described in paragraph (3); "(B) a summary of a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed lease; "(C) a description of the provisions of the proposed lease; and "(D) a notice of designation with respect to the property. "§ 8164. Authority for disposition of leased property "(a) If, during the term of an enhanced-use lease or within 30 days after the end of the term of the lease, the Secretary determines that the leased property is no longer needed by the Department, the Secretary may initiate action for the transfer to the lessee of all right, title, and interest of the United States in the property by requesting the Administrator of General Services to dispose of the property pursuant to subsection (b). A disposition of property may not be made under this section unless the Secretary determines that the disposition under this section rather than under section 8122 of this title is in the best interests of the Department. The Administrator, upon request of the Secretary, shall take appropriate action under this section to dispose of property of the Department that is or has been subject to an enhanced-use lease. "(b) A disposition under this section may be made for such consideration as the Secretary and the Administrator of General Services jointly determine is in the best interest of the United States and upon such other terms and conditions as the Secretary and the Administrator consider appropriate. "(c) Not less than 90 days before a disposition of property is made under this section, the Secretary shall notify the congressional veterans' aff£urs committees of the Secretary's intent to dispose of the property and shall publish notice of the proposed disposition in the Federal Register, llie notice shall describe the bacl^ound of, rationale for, and economic factors in support of, the proposed