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-vii- the Construction account and $500,000 from the Renovation and Restoration account to the reinstallation of aging and outdated exhibits at the National Museum of Natural History and the Freer Gallery of Art. A technical correction restored the amount requested for Instrumentation at SAO and Institutional information systems. Further study is necessary to determine if reprogrammings would reinstate other high-priority infrastructure teams. [[underlined]] FIVE-YEAR PROSPECTUS, FISCAL YEARS 1991-1995 [[/underlined]] In November, Institutional management canvased the Regents for comments, improvements, and preliminary approval of the draft [[underlined]] Prospectus [[/underlined]] distributed in September. The final draft presented to the Regents at this meeting included figures from the Institution's fiscal year 1991 budget request to Congress. It was VOTED that the Board of Regents approves proceeding with publication of the [[underlined]] Five-Year Prospectus, Fiscal Years 1991-1995 [[/underlined]], anticipating that annual revisions will be presented for its approval. The following table contains summary financial projections. (Millions of Dollars) [[six column table]] | FY 1991 | FY 1992 | FY 1993 | FY 1994 | FY 1995 Operating Funds: Federal Salaries and Expenses | $256 | $315 | $345 | $375 | $415 Trust Funds | 253 | 269 | 289 | 308 | 334 Government Grants and Contracts | 32 | 32 | 33 | 34 | 33 Total Operating Funds | $541 | $616 | $667 | $717 | $782 Repair & Restoration 1/ | $29 | $38 | $36 | $36 | $37 SI Construction 2/ | $16 | $78 | $95 | $137 | $75 Zoo Construction & Improvements 2/ | $7 | $24 | $23 | $29 | $12 Total Funding 3/ | $593 | $756 | $821 | $919 | $906 [[/six column table]] [[line]] 1/ Includes Repair, Restoration and Code Compliance, and Major Capital Renewal. 2/ Includes Construction, Alterations and Modifications, and Construction Planning. Includes federal appropriations only. The Institution plans to supplement certain construction projects with nonappropriated funds. 3/ Projections will be revised based on effects of Congressional action on the fiscal year 1991 pending budget request; any supplemental requests allowed by OMB;
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