PUBLIC LAW 90- 577-OCT. 16, 1968
(d) Each Federal department and agency administering a development assistance program shall, to the maximum extent practicable, consult with and seek advice from all other significantly affected Federal departments and agencies in an effort to assure fully coordinated programs. (e) Insofar as possible, systematic planning required by individual Federal programs (such as highway construction, urban renewal, and open space) shall be coordinated with and, to the extent authorized by law, made part of comprehensive local and areawide development planning. FAVORING U N I T S OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT
SEC. 402. Where Federal law provides that both special-purpose units of local government and units of general local government are eligible to receive loans or grants-in-aid, heads of Federal departments and agencies shall, in the absence of substantial reasons to the contrary, make such loans or grants-in-aid to units of general local government rather than to special-purpose units of local government. RULES A N D REGULATIONS
SEC. 403. The Bureau of the Budget or such other agency as may be designated by the President is hereby authorized to prescribe such rules and regulations as are deemed appropriate for the effective administration of this title. TITLE V—ACQUISITION, USE, AND DISPOSITION OF LAND W I T H I N URBAN AREAS BY FEDERAL AGENCIES IN CONFORMITY W I T H LAND UTILIZATION PROGRAMS OF A F F E C T E D LOCAL G O V E R N M E N T AMENDMENT OF FEDERAL PROPERTY A N D ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES ACT
63 Stat. 377.
SEC. 501. The Federal Property and Administrative Services Act fyf ^949^ ^s amended (40 U.S.C. 471 et seq.), is amended by adding at the end thereof a new title as follows: "TITLE VIII—URBAN LAND UTILIZATION a, SHORT TITLE
Citation of title.
" S E C 801. This title may be cited as the 'Federal Urban Land-Use Act'. aDECLARATION OF PURPOSE AND POLICY
"SEC. 802. I t is the purpose of this title to promote more harmonious intergovernmental relations and to encourage sound planning, zoning, and land use practices by prescribing uniform policies and procedures whereby the Administrator shall acquire, use, and dispose of land in urban areas in order that urban land transactions entered into for the General Services Administration or on behalf of other Federal agencies shall, to the greatest extent practicable, be consistent with zoning and land-use practices and shall be made to the greatest extent practicable in accordance with planning and development objectives of the local governments and local planning agencies concerned.