Kennedy Center: Information on the Capital Improvement Program : Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds, Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives

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Page 4 - During the next few years, several large capital projects will be undertaken at the Center.
Page 3 - NFS showed that funds were used for design and construction or, in the instances where construction was not immediately ready to proceed, the funds were reserved for future construction work. Figures 1 and 2 show how the funds allocated to both projects were used.
Page 5 - During fiscal year 1992 Congress considered, but did not enact, legislation providing the Center with permanent authority for managing these projects.
Page 2 - The $27.7 million recommended in the congressional reports was reduced by about $300,000 to about $27.4 million, pursuant to appropriation adjustments in the fiscal years 1991 and 1992 appropriation acts.
Page 2 - Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992 Appropriation Fiscal Year 1991 Fiscal Year 1992 In fiscal years 1991 and 1992 Congress appropriated a total of about $44.1 million to NFS for the operation and maintenance of the nonperforming arts function of the Center (Public Laws 101-612 and 102-154).
Page 1 - ... NPS and Center officials responsible for the management of the Center and the design and construction work currently underway. We also reviewed records pertaining to existing and prior contracts. To determine how the funds were obligated we asked NPS National Capital Region officials to query the NPS Denver Service Center for accounting system records. This office is responsible for the official contract records and the accounting for use of appropriated funds. NPS officials provided us accounting...

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