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the lease.
(c) For those deficiencies in outleased Departmental Reserve Plants
that should be corrected from funds provided by the cognizant primary support
authority.
(d) For those deficiencies in outleased plants of the National
Industrial Plant Reserve, in the custody of GSA, that should be corrected by GSA with
its appropriated funds. Indicate whether the deficiency is serious enough to recommend
that GSA request an appropriation for correction in its next budget submission.
(e) For those deficiencies in Departmental Plants, or plants of the
National Industrial Plant Reserve, which have been sold; that should be corrected by
the purchaser (owner) under the terms of the sales contract.
(25) and (26) Estimated Cost. Provide a cost estimate for each deficiency
correction listed in Column 22. If the deficiency should be corrected in the ensuing 12
months, list the cost estimate in Column 25. If the deficiency should be corrected within
13 to 24 months, list the cost estimate in Column 26.
(27) and (28) E s timated Cost at Reactivation. This covers the rehabilitation
required to reactivate the plant, not including production equipment, for planned peak
production, and includes the number of mandays required, Column 27. The dollar fig-
ure, Column 28, for reactivation rehabilitation is in addition to the cost for deficiencies
correction within the 12 month and 24 month periods.
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