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110 STAT. 1321-141 PUBLIC LAW 104-134—APR. 26, 1996 Subtitle E—School Facilities Repair and Improvement SEC. 2550. DEFINITIONS. For purposes of this subtitle— (1) the term "facilities" means buildings, structures, and real property of the District of Columbia public schools, except that such term does not include any administrative office building that is not located in a building containing classrooms; and (2) the term "repair and improvement" includes administration, construction, and renovation. PART 1—SCHOOL FACILITIES SEC. 2551. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE. (a) IN GENERAL.— Not later than 90 days after the date of enactment of this Act the Administrator of the General Services Administration shall enter into a Memorandum of Agreement or Understanding (referred to in this subtitle as the "Agreement") with the Superintendent regarding the terms under which the Administrator will provide technical assistance and related services with respect to District of Columbia public schools facilities management in accordance with this section. (b) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND RELATED SERVICES. — The technical assistance and related services described in subsection (a) shall include— (1) the Administrator consulting with and advising District of Columbia public school personnel responsible for public schools facilities management, including repair and improvement with respect to facilities management of such schools; (2) the Administrator assisting the Superintendent in developing a systemic and comprehensive facilities revitalization program, for the repair and improvement of District of Columbia public school facilities, which program shall— (A) include a list of facilities to be repaired and improved in a recommended order of priority; (B) provide the repair and improvement required to support modern technology; and (C) take into account the Preliminary Facilities Master Plan 2005 (prepared by the Superintendent's Task Force on Education Infrastructure for the 21st Century); (3) the method by which the Superintendent will accept donations of private goods and services for use by the District of Columbia public schools without regard to any law or regulation of the District of Columbia; (4) the Administrator recommending specific repair and improvement projects in District of Columbia public school facilities to the Superintendent that are appropriate for completion by members and units of the National Guard and the Reserves in accordance with the program developed under paragraph (2); (5) upon the request of the Superintendent, the Administrator assisting the appropriate District of Columbia public school officials in the preparation of an action plan for the performance of any repair and improvement recommended in