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106 STAT. 4614 PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 (4) All noncontract costs, direct and indirect, required to administer the Uintah Indian Irrigation Project shall be nonreimbursable and paid for by the Secretcury as part of his trust responsibilities, beginning on we date of enactment of this Act. Such costs shall Indiude U)ut not be limits to) the noncontract cost positions of project manager or engineer and two support staff. Such costs shall be add^ to the mnding of the Uintah and Ouray Agency of the Bureau of Indian Affairs as a line item. (5) The Secretary is authorized to sell, lease, or otherwise make available the use of irrigation project equipment to a water user organization which is under obligation to the Secretary to administer, operate, and maintain the Uintah Indian Irrigation Project or part thereof. (6) The Secretary is authorized to lease or otherwise make available the use of irrigation project facilities to a water user organization which is under obligation to the Secretary to administer, operate, and maintain the Uintah Indian Irrigation Project or part thereof. (g) BRUSH CREEK AND JENSEN UNIT. —(1) The Secretary is authorized to enter into Amendatory Contract Number 6-05-01- 00143, as last revised on September 19, 1988, between the United States and the Uintah Water Conservancy District, which provides, among other things, for part of the municipal and industrial water obligation now the responsibility of the Uintah Water Conservancy District to be retained by the United States with a corresponding part of the water supply to be controlled and marketed by the United States. Such water shall be marketed and used in conformance with State law. (2) The Secretary, through the Bureau, shall— (A) establish a conservation pool of 4,000 acre-feet in Red Fleet Reservoir for the purpose of enhancing associated fishery and recreational opportumties and for such other purposes as may be recommended by the Commission in consultation with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation; and Contracts. (B) enter into an agreement with the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation for the management and operation of Red Fleet recreational facilities. SEC. 904. NON -FEDERAL CONTRIBirnON. The non-Federal share of the cost for the design, engineering, and construction of the Central Utah Project features authorized by sections 202 and 203 shall be 35 percent of the total reimbursable costs and shall be paid concurrently with the Federal share, except that for the facilities specified in 202(a)(6), Hie cost-share shall be 35 percent of the costs allocated to irrigation beyond the ability of irrigators to repay. The non-Federal share of the cost for studies required by sections 202 and 203, other than the study required by section 202(a)(5), shall be 50 percent and shall be paid concurrently with the Federal share. Within one hundred and twenty days of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall execute a cost sharing agreement which binds the District to provide annually such sums as may be required to satisfy the non-Federal share of the separate features authorized and approved for construction pursuant to this Act. The Secretary is not authorized to broaden the scope of the cost sharing agreement beyond assuring tiiat the