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105 STAT. 780 PUBLIC LAW 102-139—OCT. 28, 1991 turer on September 1, 1990, increased by the fiscal year 1991 medical consumer price index, as determined by the Secretary; Reports. (c) the Secretary shall provide a report by June 30, 1992, to the House and Senate Veterans' Affairs Committees, the House and Senate Appropriations Committees, the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and the Senate Finance Committee, on the percentage of price increase to the Department from September 1, 1990, to a date 60 days prior to the date of the report, for each drug and biological listed in FSC Group 65; and Effective date. (d) the provisions of this section shall be effective until (1) enactment into law of legislation concerning the price of drugs and biologicals paid by the Department of Veterans Affairs, or (2) June 30, 1992, whichever first occurs. SEC. 520. Notwithstanding any provision of this Act, none of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available by this Act or by any other Act may be used to move Federal Housing and Urban Development offices from downtown Jacksonville, Florida (as defined by the Downtown Development Authority of Jacksonville) or to finance the operation of such Federal Housing and Urban Development offices in any area of Florida other than the downtown area of Jacksonville, Florida (as defined by the Downtown Development Authority of Jacksonville). SEC. 521. GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE STUDY OF THE FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION'S MUTUAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE FUND.— The General Accounting Office shall prepare and submit to Congress no later than April 1, 1992, a study of the actuarial soundness of the Federal Housing Administration's single family mortgage insurance program and the solvency of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund. The study, using existing studies (including the study entitled "An Actuarial Review of the Federal Housing Administration's Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund") and employing the latest reliable data available, shall analyze the actuarial soundness of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund and the ability of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund to meet the capital ratio targets established in the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 under various economic and policy scenarios. Factors considered in the analysis shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following: (1) The actuarial performance of all cohorts of loans insured by the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund, including all available post-1985 books of business. Specifically, the overall default rates and claims (loss) experience of these loans should be considered. (2) The effect of the Mortgagor Equity rule issued by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which limits the amount of closing costs that can be financed with a Federal Housing Administration mortgage to 57 percent of the total amount of allowable closing costs, on the actuarial status of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund, default rates of Federal Housing Administration borrowers, the relative impact on purchasers of homes at various price levels, and the ability of potential Federal Housing Administration borrowers to purchase homes. (3) The effect of underwriting changes made by the Federal Housing Administration since 1986. (4) The effect of the increase in the insurable maximum mortgage amount that was made permanent in the National