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109 STAT. 118 PUBLIC LAW 104-8 —APR. 17, 1995 (b) EFFECT OF APPROVED FINANCIAL PLAN AND BUDGET ON CONTRACTS AND LEASES.— (1) MANDATORY PRIOR APPROVAL FOR CERTAIN CONTRACTS AND LEASES.— (A) IN GENERAL.—In the case of a contract or lease described in subparagraph (B) which is proposed to be entered into by the District government during a control year, the Mayor (or the appropriate officer or agent of the District government) shall submit the proposed contract or lease to the Authority. The Authority shall review each contract or lease submitted under this subparagraph, and the Mayor (or the appropriate officer or agent of the District government) may not enter into the contract or lease unless the Authority determines that the proposed contract or lease is consistent with the financial plan and budget for the fiscal year. (B) CONTRACTS AND LEASES DESCRIBED.— ^A contract or lease described in this subparagraph is— (i) a labor contract entered into through collective bargaining; or (ii) such other type of contract or lease as the Authority may specify for purposes of this subparagraph. (2) AUTHORITY TO REVIEW OTHER CONTRACTS AND LEASES AFTER EXECUTION.— (A) IN GENERAL.—In addition to the prior approval of certain contracts and leases under paragraph (1), the Authority may require the Mayor (or the appropriate officer or agent of the District government) to submit to the Authority any other contract (including a contract to carry out a grant) or lease entered into by the District government during a control year which is executed after the Authority has approved the financial plan and budget for the year under section 202(c) or 202(d), or any proposal of the District government to renew, extend, or modify a contract or lease during a control year which is made after the Authority has approved such financial plan and budget. (B) REVIEW BY AUTHORITY.— The Authority shall review each contract or lease submitted under subparagraph (A) to determine if the contract or lease is consistent with the financial plan and budget for the fiscal year. If the Authority determines that the contract or lease is not consistent with the financial plan and budget, the Mayor shall take such actions as are within the Mayor's powers to revise the contract or lease, or shall submit a proposed revision to the financial plan and budget in accordance with section 202(e), so that the contract or lease will be consistent with the financial plan and budget. (3) SPECIAL RULE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1995. —The Authority may require the Mayor to submit to the Authority any proposal to renew, extend, or modify a contract or lease in effect during fiscal year 1995 to determine if the renewal, extension, or modification is consistent with the budget for the District of Columbia under the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 1995.