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108 STAT. 4276 PUBLIC LAW 103-413—OCT. 25, 1994 25 USC 458ee. Federal Register, publication. Federal Register, publication. United States Code, any funds proposed to be included in agreements authorized under this title. "SEC. 405. REPORTS. "(a) REQUIREMENT. — The Secretary shall submit to Congress a written report on January 1 of each year following the date of enactment of this title regarding the administration of this title. "(b) CONTENTS. —The report shall— "(1) identify the relative costs and benefits of Self-Governance; "(2) identify, with particularity, all funds that are specifically or functionally related to the provision by the Secretary of services and benefits to Self-Governance tribes and their members; "(3) identify the funds transferred to each Self-Governance tribe and the corresponding reduction in the Federal bureaucracy; "(4) include the separate views of the tribes; and "(5) include the funding formula for individual tribal shares of Central Office funds, together with the comments of affected Indian tribes, developed under subsection (d). "(c) REPORT ON NON-BIA PROGRAMS.— (1) In order to optimize opportunities for including non-Bureau of Indian Affairs programs, services, functions, and activities, or portions thereof, in agreements with tribes participating in Self-Governance under this title, the Secretary shall— "(A) review all programs, services, functions, and activities, or portions thereof, administered by the Department of the Interior, other than through the Bureau of Indian Affairs, without regard to the agency or office concerned; and "(B) not later than 90 days after the date of enactment of this title, provide to the appropriate committees of Congress a listing of all such programs, services, functions, and activities, or portions thereof, that the Secretary determines, with the concurrence of tribes participating in Self-Governance under this title, are eligible for inclusion in such agreements at the request of a participating Indian tribe. "(2) The Secretary shall establish programmatic targets, after consultation with tribes participating in Self-Governance under this title, to encourage bureaus of the Department to assure that a significant portion of such programs, services, functions, and activities are actually included in the agreements negotiated under section 403. "(3) The listing and targets under paragraphs (1) and (2) shall be published in the Federal Register and be made available to any Indian tribe participating in Self-Governance under this title. The list shall be published before January 1, 1995, and annually thereafter by January 1 preceding the fiscal year in which the targets are to be met. "(4) Thereafter, the Secretary shall annually review and publish in the Federal Register, after consultation with tribes participating in Self-Governance under this title, a revised listing and programmatic targets. "(d) REPORT ON CENTRAL OFFICE FUNDS. — Within 90 days after the date of the enactment of this title, the Secretary shall, in consultation with Indian tribes, develop a funding formula to determine the individual tribal share of funds controlled by the Central