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Hospital at Front Royal ($1.4 million); partial roof replacement at the American History Building ($500,000); implementation of fire detection master plans at the Natural History/Museum of Man and American History Buildings ($700,000); and numerous other utility, safety, security and general repairs and improvements.

The FYI 1846 request for the Special Foreign Currency Program totals slightly over $9 million, an increase of $7 million above the funding level sought for FY 1983. This request, which will be considered by OMB as non-competitive with other Smithsonian programs, consists of $4 million for the grants program, $4 million for the American Institute of Indian Studies' reserve of Indian rupees, and $1 million for the second installment of  the Moenjodaro preservation project.

--[[underlined]] Nonappropriated Trust Funds: [[/underlined]] Preliminary estimates for FY 1984 reflect only a modest increase ($78,000) to net income in [[underline]] Unrestricted General Trust Funds. [[/underlined]] Among the auxiliary activities, decline in [[/underlined]] Smithsonian [[/underline]] magazine income is expected to be offset by increased revenues generated by the contributing membership of the National Associates Program and elimination of the $350,000 deficit budgeted for the Performing Arts Program in FY 1983. No new administrative or program initiatives are planned, and increased expenditures and transfers in FY 1984 represent only inflationary cost increases. The annual transfer to Quadrangle construction of $1.2 million will leave a remaining balance of $2.0 million to be transferred in FY 1985.

An increase in net income to [[underlined]] Special Purpose Trust Funds [[/underlined]] will be caused by a new revenue-producing activity in the National Museum of American History. Beginning in FY 1984, as an orientation to the Museum's
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