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PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 106 STAT. 4759 Federal organizations, develop and implement a comprehensive preservation education and traming program. "(2) The education and training program described in paragraph (1) shall include— "(A) new standards and increased preservation training opportunities for Federal workers involved in preservationrelated functions; "(B) increased preservation training opportunities for other Federal, State, tribal and local government workers, and students; "(C) technical or financial assistance, or both, to historically black colleges and universities, to tribal colleges, and to colleges with a high enrollment of Native Americans or Native Hawaiians, to establish preservation training and degree programs; "(D) coordination of the following activities, where appropriate, with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training— "(i) distribution of information on preservation technologies; (ii) provision of training and skill development in trades, crafts, and disciplines related to historic preservation in Federal training and development programs; and "(iii) support for research, analysis, conservation, curation, interpretation, and display related to preservation. ". SEC. 4009. REQUIREMENTS FOR AWARDING OF GRANTS. Section 102 of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470b) is amended as follows: (1) Amend paragraph (3) of subsection (a) to read as follows: "(3) for more than 60 percent of the aggregate costs of carndng out projects and programs under the administrative control of the State Historic Preservation Officer as specified in section 101(b)(3) in any one fiscal year.". (2) In subsection (b) strike ", in which case a grant to the National Trust may include funds for the maintenance, repair, and administration of the property in a manner satisfactory for the Secretary". (3) Add at the end thereof the following new subsections: "(d) The Secretary shall make funding available to individual States and the National Trust for Historic Preservation as soon as practicable after execution of a grant agreement. For purposes of administration, grants to individual States and the National Trust each shall be considered to be one grant and shall be administered by the National Park Service as such. "(e) The total administrative costs, direct and indirect, charged for carrying out State projects and programs may not exceed 25 percent of the aggregate costs except in the case of grants under section 101(e)(6).. SEC. 4010. APPORTIONMENT OF GRANT FUNDS. Section 103 of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470c) is amended as follows— (1) In subsection (a) strike 'Yor comprehensive statewide historic survevs and plans under this Act", and insert "for the purposes tnis Act". (2) In subsection (b) strike "by the Secretai^ in accordance with needs as disclosed in approved statewide historic preserva-