16 U.S. Code § 916h - Cooperation between Federal and State and private agencies and organizations in scientific and other programs

(a) Agency cooperation
In order to avoid duplication in scientific and other programs, the Secretary of State, with the concurrence of the agency, institution, or organization concerned, may direct the United States Commissioner to arrange for the cooperation of agencies of the United States Government, and of State and private institutions and organizations in carrying out the provisions of article IV of the convention.
(b) Authorization for Federal agency cooperation
All agencies of the Federal Government are authorized, on request of the Commission, to cooperate in the conduct of scientific and other programs, or to furnish facilities and personnel for the purpose of assisting the Commission in the performance of its duties as prescribed by the convention.


(Aug. 9, 1950, ch. 653, § 10,64 Stat. 424.)

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