PUBLIC LAW 102-141—OCT. 28, 1991 105 STAT. 857 programs, recycling programs, or employee programs as may be authorized by law or as may be deemed appropriate by the Administrator of General Services. The General Services Administration is authorized to use such funds, in addition to amounts received as New Obligational Authority, in such activity or activities of the Fund as may be necessary. SEC. 12. The Administrator of General Services shall submit to the Hawaii Congress no later than September 30, 1992, an inventory of all the real property in Hawaii that is owned or controlled by any agency of the Federal Government, including the United States Department of Defense: Provided, That the Administrator of General Services shall submit an interim report no later than June 1, 1992 and shall compile all information including that received from the United States Department of Defense: Provided further, That the State of Hawaii shall cooperate to the fullest extent in the preparation of the inventory: Provided further, That the inventory shall identify and include: (1) ceded lands—title vested in the then territory of Hawaii, and nonceded territorial lands, title vested in the then territory of Hawaii; (2) ceded lands, title vested in the United States, but controlled and used by the then territory of Hawaii; (3) ceded lands formally set aside by Presidential Executive orders for use by the United States Government; (4) then territorial lands formally set aside by gubernatorial executive orders for use by the United States Government; (5) ceded lands under the control of the then territory of Hawaii, but used by the United States Government under permits and licenses; (6) nonceded lands and private lands acquired and used by the United States Government: Provided further. That for each property identified, the inventory shall provide: (1) an explanation of how the land was acquired, including the date of acquisition, the history and the current status of the title, an identification of all current encumbrances and leases, the expiration date of all leases, contracts and other agreements, and a record of the ceded lease fee or any other sums paid for the use of or title to the land; (2) the identity of past and present Federal users of the land, and a description of past and current use specifying which United States Government agency or department of the military has control of the property; (3) the obligations of the controlling United States Government agency or department of the military for the management and maintenance of the land. SEC. 13. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the General Iowa. Services Administration shall enter into an agreement with the City of Des Moines, Iowa, to pay expenses for one-half of the operation, maintenance and repair of each skywalk bridge spanning city streets or alleys and connecting to the Federal Building at 210 Walnut Street in Des Moines, Iowa after the construction of each such sk)rwalk and each year thereafter. SEC. 14. The Center and Federal Building located at 255 East Temple Street in Los Angeles, California, is hereby designated as the Edward R. Roybal Center and Federal Building". Any ref- erence to such building in a law, map, regulation, document, record, or other paper of the United States shall be considered to be a reference to the "Edward R. Roybal Center and Federal Building". SEC. 15. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, where funds have been made available to the General Services Administration in the real property operations activity of the Federal Buildings Fund in fiscal year 1992, not to exceed $7,000,000, for expenses related to relocation of a specific agency as authorized by this Act, such agency Federal buildings and facilities.