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App~t ~: ~fitufi~ns of higher educa~n, ~mbination of institutions of higher eduction, publie ~fl private agen~ ~d org~imdons, a~ in exceptional ~s~, ~eondary seh~h apply. B,tzff~ ~#bfli~: ~w-ineome infinities ~d ~tenfi~ f~st generation college smden~ who have a need for academi~ suppom in order m suee~lly pursue a prog~ of postsecond~ ednadon, Two-thirds of the p~cipan~ must be low-~eome indi~duals who are also put,tiM first generation college student.

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Named Organization
Administration on Aging (AoA)
Air Force
Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration
Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board)
Archives (National Archives and Records Administration)
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
Bureau of the Census
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
*Department of Education (use United States Department of Health, Education & We
*Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Education Department (ED)
Elementary and Secondary Education
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Federal Register (publication)
Federal Student Aid
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Governors State University
Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
*Health and Human Services (HHS) (use United States Department of Health and Hum (US)
Health Resources and Services Administration
Indian Health Service
Institute of Peace
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Library of Congress
National Advisory Council
National Archives
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
National Council on Disability
National Institutes of Health
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
National Science Foundation
Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Postsecondary Education
Preventive Medicine (periodical)
Rehabilitation Services Administration (Education Department)
Science Office (Energy Department)
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
SED
Social Security Administration
Social Security Administration (SSA)
STAT (Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco)
Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco - anti tobacco group started by Joe Tye.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Switzer (developed process for reconstituting tobacco)
TAN (Tobacco Action Network)
Organization created by the tobacco industry to galvanize "grass roots" political action from among those who work in some capacity for the tobacco industry: growers, manufacturers, retailers of cigarettes, etc.
Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Deals with compliance with Synar in Texas)
Has information related to the State of Texas' plan and compliance with the Synar Amendment
University of Hawaii
University of Maryland
Vocational and Adult Education
Named Person
Babson, Sarah
Baggett, Beth
Benson, William
Boehle, Stephen J.
Bon, John
Bonas, John E.
Bonner, Daniel F.
Briggs, Ethel D.
Brockhouse, Steve
Carter, William J.
Chesley, Ellen
Cisneros, Cindy
Cohen, Carol O.
Conaty, Joseph
Conforti, Donna
Decarolis, Gary
Duncker, Alfred P.
Fagan, Tom
Fischer, Donald
Form, Ed
Galvin, Michael J.
Hayes, Kathy
Heath, Al
Hjelm, Howard F.
Hudak, Stephen
Hunter, Dawn
Hurry, Valerie
Jackson, Yvonne
Johann, Sylvia
Johnson, Karen
Jordan, Jane L.
July, May
Kahl, Anne
Karp, Naomi
King, Luther
Lain, Mable
Lam, Mable
Lank, John
Lee, Carolyn S.
Letendre, Jean
Lewis, Roberta
Logel, Harry
Manderscheid, Ronald
Mckinney, Stewart B.
Miller, Liz
Mineo, David L.
Mitchell, Clifton
Moun, Ute
Mozer, Catherine
Nora, Audrey
Parker, Jim
Paul, John
Perkins, Carl D.
Perry, Sandra
Pho, Ed
Price, Kathy
Pro, Ed
Pro, Grant
Pro, Loan
Prose, Ed
Rice, Lou Ellen
Roa, Clifton
Schol, Truman
Schools, Star
Sea, Heath
Sellers, Fred H.
Servi, Al
Servi, Heath
Servi, Liana
Shepherd, Julia R.
Sol, Fred
Straw, Roger
Suk, William
Sweet, Anne P.
Teal, Prince O., Jr.
Topi, Grant
Tri, Ute
Truman, Harry S.
Truman, President Harry S. (U.S. President)
Velez, Argelia
Walker, Eden L.
Ward, Michael
West, Joseph W.
West, Sara
Willi, Dorothy G.
Williams, Jeanne
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TI57690617-2165

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~y a~ml~Ie to ~v~g~ )c~ F~ may ~ '~ to ~up~ a r~en~ ~mer pro~ and a~e y~ pr~ ~, ~d to pay ~i~ ~ stud~% not to ~d ~9 a mon~ d~g the a~e y~ ~n3 $~ a mcnth d~ng ~ v~m=r. A ~t~ may net u~ ~: Frej~ct ~ pa~ ~f i~ re~i~t ~r~ App~t ~: ~fitufi~ns of higher educa~n, ~mbination of institutions of higher eduction, publie ~fl private agen~ ~d org~imdons, a~ in exceptional ~s~, ~eondary seh~h apply. B,tzff~ ~#bfli~: ~w-ineome infinities ~d ~tenfi~ f~st generation college smden~ who have a need for academi~ suppom in order m suee~lly pursue a prog~ of postsecond~ edna- don, Two-thirds of the p~cipan~ must be low-~eome indi~d- uals who are also put,tiM first generation college student. The rem~g participants must be eider low-income MdividuMs or potentiM ~st generation ~llege student. Required low-income criteria ~e stated in appli~tion mate~ Exeepl for veteran% who can b~ served rcg~ss of age, project p~cipants m~t be between 13 ~d 19 y~ old ~d ~ve completed thz ei#th but have not entered ~e twelfth grade (~cepfio~ allowed). ~ed~n~e~enmflan: ~s~ will be dete~ned ~ accordance with the ~ucation Depa,ment GenerM Administrative Re~la- tions ~DGAR). This progr~ is excluded from coverage ~der OMB Circular No. A-87. ~PLICA~ON AND AWARD PROS: Pr~0, Coar~tfien: This pro~ is excluded frora cowr- ag, under OMB Cim~ar No. A-102. ~is progam is excluded from cov~age under ~.O. 12372. A~om Proeeflare: Develop a proposal ~ accordance ~th re~- lation% application and timetabl~ issued by the Seereta~ of cation. No State pl~ ~ required. Reqg~ for progr~ appli~- fio~ should be m~¢ to the Di~sion of Student Se~ic~. TMs pro~ is subject to the Eduction Department General Ad~n- istrative Re~lations ~DOAR). ~M program is excluded from cov~age under OMB Circular No. A-110. Awed Procedure: Federal stuff and selected field readers evMuate n~w proposMs on ~e basis of the selection criteria specified ~ 34 CFR ~5.31 and 34 CFR ~5.32. Gr~tees will be selected on the b~is of ~tMfacto~ proposMs and avMlability of f~ds. Grants are aw~ded through the Gran~ and Contracts S~rvice Branch. D~lin~: Deadlin~ are published in the Federal K~gister. ~e of A~rov~isa~roval Time: From 90 to 180 days. A~: None. R~w~: Continuation awards for up to five years approved on an a~ual b~is; subject to th~ avMlability of funds. ~~ CONS~E~TIONS: Fom,la ~ M~te~n~ Re~emenm: ~is program has no statutory fo~ula or mate~g requirement. ~# ~ T~ Ph~ing of ~ee: Annual awar~ may be re- newed for up to five years. Renewals are subject to the av~labil- ity of appropriations. ~OST ASSI~AN~ N~m: Perfo~ee re~r~ ~e submitt~ on an ~nuM b~is. Aa~: In accordance with ~e ~aeation D~a~t Oenerfl Ad- minis~ativ, Re#afio~ (EDOAK), 34 C~ 75.702, 74.61. R~or~ In accord~ce wi~ M CFR 75330, 75.731, and 75332. ~L ~ORMA~ON: Accost Id~afian: 91~201-0-I-502. O~fio~: (G~) ~" 95 $I~,~,~ ~" 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d ~ 97 esl $2~,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 1996 ~t ~II be deter- mined u~n enac~ent of the 1996 appropriation for ~ grin.) ~OG~ AECO~S~: It is ~fimted that ~mos~ 45.~ stud~ ~ath/~ien~e Re~on~ ~!~: 3.720) ~'ere ~'~ in 19~5. In f~ y~ 1995, ~ ~'ar~ ~e mad~ ~ ad- difiorlal _~I ;i~ards v, ere made to Ul;~zxrd B,7.md Reg/~.nzl Ma~_h: Sciene.e Cent,s projec.'~. REGI_rfu~TIONS, GUI~ELL-NT_~..~N'D LITEP.~,'IIrRE: EDGAR and reg'a:afions 24 CFR 645. INFORMATION CoN'rACTS: Regional cr Loetl Office~ Department of Education regional cfEces. See Appendix IV in the Catalog. H~thlutrters Offie~ Division of Student Services, Edaeaticn Out- reach Branuh, Office of Pustseccnflary Educatinn, Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Room 5065, Federal Office Building 6, Washington, DC 20202-5249. Contact: Prince O. Teal, Jr. Telephone: (202) 708-4804. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.007, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants; 84.032, Federal Family Education Loans; 84.033, Federal Work-Study Program; 84.038, Federal Perkins Loan Program--Federal Capital Contributions; 84.042, TRIO-- Student Support Services; 84.044, TRIO--Talent Search; 84.063, Federal Pull Grant Program; 84.066, TRIO--Educational Oppor- tunity Centers; 84.103, Higher Education--TRIO Staff Training Program. EXAMFLES OF FLrNDED PRO,IEC~S: Grants to colleges, universi- ties and other institutions to generate skills and motivation neces- sary for low-income, potential first generation college students to be successful in postsecondary institutions. Regular Upward Bound projects provide high school students with both summer and academic year services. Veterans Upward Bound projects provide short-term services, designed to prepare eligible veterans for acceptance into a postseeondary program. Upward Bound Math and Science Regional Centers provide high school students with summer academic services for interested math and science students. CRITERIA FOR SELEC'~ING PROPOSALS: For new awards, the Secretary will select applicants to be funded under this part on the basis of the criteria set forth in 34 CFR 645.31. 84.~45 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION~BASIC GRANTS TO STATES FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Tech- nology Education Act, Title lI, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2331, 2341, and 2342, OBa~ECrlVE~: To make the United States more competitive in the world economy by developing more fully the academic and occu- pational skills of all segments of the population, principally through concentrating resources on improving educational pro- grams leading to academic and occupational skills needed to work in a technologically advanced society. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants. USE$ AND USE RE$TRICq'IONS: Each State must allocate its basic grant in the following manner: Up to 5 percent of the allotment or $250,000, whichever is greater, for State Administration, including at least $60,000 for sex equity leadership; and the remaining bal- an~ as follows: (1) An amount equal to at least "/~ percent of the allotment to be distributed to eligible recipients; (2) an amount equal to 10.5 percent for the program for single parents, displaced homemakers, and single pregnant women, and for individuals par. ticipafing in programs to eliminate sex bias and stereotyping; O) an amount not more than 8.5 percent for State programs and State leadership; and (4) ~n amount eqt~al to one percent for programs for criminal offenders in correctional institution. Al~licamt EllgiMlit~: State Boards for Vocational Education. Eligible recipients for subgtants are local ed~eatlonal agencies a~d l:OStSec- cndary institutions. B~nefieitr~ Ellgt~iilt~. Individgals requiting vocafiomd training **'ill benefit. 6-96 763 T157691587
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Crcd~at~Is/Documentati~n; Tke ~a~'.~h=erJ ~-~ ~ $~e B~rd Occupational I~fc~att~ Cccrd~afing Ccmmi~:= is C~sLs ~ill 5= detrained i~ acccrd~z~ ~i~ OMB Circa~ No A-S7 for S~te ~d lc~ gov~.mer~t~. APP~CA~ION .~ AW~ PRO~SS: ~eapp~fioa ~r~nafioa: A three year S~te plan for V~catlon~ ~u~tion m~ be prepped with the active participation of the State Council. State pla~s are subject to public h~rings. ~is pro- gram is eligible for coverage under E.G. 12372, "lntergovemmen- M Review of Federal Programs." An applicanl should consult the o~ce or official designated as the single point of contact in his her State for more info~ation on the proc~s the State requir~ to be followed in applying for ~ssistance. if the S~te h~ selected the program for review. Appli~fion Preterite: Submission of a three year State Plau for Vo- cational Education to the Secretory of Education. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Awed Pr~edure: The ~cre~ry of ~ucalion approves Ihe lhree year S~te plan. When funds ~come available, the Assist~t ~c- retary for Vo~tion~ and Adult ~ucation (OVAE) transmits grit award to the State board. O~dia~: Contract the program o~ce for deadlines. R~age o~ Ap~rov~isnpprov~ Time: Approaimaldy 30 to 120 days. Ap~s: A State board which is dissatisfied wi~ the fin~ action of the Secretary in disapproving a State Plan is afforded reasonable notice and oppo~unity for a hearing. Renewals: None. ASSIST~ CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Formula. Section 101 sets forth allolment procedure. F~ds for b~ic grants are allotted to States according to a fo~ula b~ed on Stat~" populations in three age groups, and their per capita income (averaged for the three most recent consecutive fiscal years). The formula gives more weight to the 15-19 y~r old ~pulation, the youngest of the three groups. It also favors States with lower per ~pita incomes. State per capita income data dete~ine State ~lotment ratios. Generally, the allot- ment ra~o for a State is I.~ minus the product of 0.50 ~d the quotient obtained by dividing the ~r capita income for that State by lhe per capita income for all the States. The age groups are 15- 19, 20-24, and 25-65. ~ey are weighted 50 percent, 20 pereem and 15 percent respectively. A fouflh distribution, weighted 15 percent, is based on the sums of the amounts resulting from the three age group distributions. Gener~ly, each State recaiv~ an al- lotment consisting of four pans: I) An amount which bears the same ratio to 50 percenl of the sums being allotted as the product of the State's population aged 15-19 bea~ to the sum of the corre- sponding products for all the States; 2) an ~ount which bears the same ratio to 20 percent of the sums being allotted ~ the product of the State's population aged 2~24 bears the sum of the eorre- s~nding produels for ~1 the States; 3) an amount which be~s the same ratio to 15 percenl of the sums being allotted ~ the product of the State's popdation aged 25-65 bears to the sums of the cor- res~3nding pr~uc~ for all the States; and 4) an amounl which ~ars the ~me ratio to 15 percent of the su~ being alloltM as the ~o~nls allotted to the S~te in the previous three age group dis- tributions bern to the sum of the amounts allotted to all the under ~e previous three age group dism~utions. ~e Bureau of • e Cens~ supplies ~e popdation da~; the Deponent of Lair supp~ the ~r capita income dam. Mateh~g. Section 102 re- quir~ 50/50 matching for State admin~trafion. No match is re- quired for Amed~ S~o~ the Nor~em Mafiana lqands, the Virgin Islands, lhe Trnst Ternto~' of ~e Pacific lshnds, the Fed- erated S~t~ of Mierones~ or the Republie of Palau. Section 502 d~cfi~ murat{nonce ~f effo~ requkem~. l~n~ ~d Time Ph~i~g of ~sl~cc: F~nds m~I be within 27 mon~ atier their fi~t date of availability. Stat~s draw POST .%SSI~"T.~NCE REQUIREMEN'I'S: Civil Rig~,~ A~n~ ComF.'Jhnce Re~:rt Amtits: In accorda~r, ze with the Frovisizns cf OMB Carc~ar NO. A- I2L "Audi~ of S,-a~e aazl Local G:~',ernments," State a.~d go~ernmr.nts that recei'~e financial ass~-L~uze of $I00f.O3 cr more within the State's fiscal ),ear shall have an audit made for that year State and local governments that receive between and 5103/))3 within the State's f~seal year shah have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regnlatiens governing the programs in which they particlpate. Records: See ED General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 76.730-734. FINANCL~.L INFOIE~,IAT1ON: Account Identification: 91-0400-2-1-501. Obligations: (Grants and contracts) FY 95 $979,000,000; FY 96 est not identifmble; and FY 97 est $0. (The FY 96 est will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the FY 97 est will be determined upon completion of the voca- tional education programs reauthodzation.) Range and Average of Finanel~,l A~sist~nce: $191,344 to $99,403,896; $18,030,000 (fiscal year 1994 awards). PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Grants are made to each State and territory to suppor~ vocational education programs at the sec- ondary0 postseeondary, and adult levelg. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND L/TERATURE; Rules and Regulations, Title 34 CFR 400 and 403; EDGAR Parts 74, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, and 85; OCR Guidelines for Vocational Education. INFORMATION CONTAC'TS: Regional or Local Office: See Appendix IV of the Catalog for a list of the addresses of Department of Education's regional offices. lteadquatters Office: Division of Vocational-Technical Education, Office of Assistant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Education, Department of Education, 600 Independence Ave., SW., Wa~hing- ton, DC 20202-7323. Contact: Winifred I, Warnat. Telephone: (202) 205-9441. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 17.201, Apprenticeship Training; 17.246, Employment and Training Assistance--Dislecated Workers; 17.249, Employment Services and Job Training--Pilot and Dem- onstration Programs; 17.250, Job Training Partnership Act; 23.002, Appalachian Supplements to Federal ~rant-in-Aid (Area Develop- men0: 84.002, Adult Education--State Grant Program; 84.051, National Vocational Education Research; 84.053, Vocational Edu- cation-State Councils; 84.101, V'oeational Education--Indians; 84.198, Workplace Literacy Partnership; 84.243, Tech-Prep Exlu- cation; 84.245, Tribally Controlled Poslseeondary Vocational In- stitutions; 93.561. Job Opportunities and Basle Skills Training, EXAMPLES OF I,~rNDED PROJECTS: Not applicable. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Not applicable. 84.051 NATIONAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUFHORIZATION: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Tech- nology Education Act. Title IV, Part A, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2402-2404. OBJECTIVES: To provide support for: (1) The National Center for Research in Vocatiottal Education; (2) six curriculum coordination cemers (CCCs); and (3) svecial research projects. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICI'IONS: Awards may be made only for ac- tivities designed to improve the practise of vocational education. An~ourteements for grants are made ia the Federal Register. Con- tract corn1~enti~s are a~ounced i~ the Commerce B~siness Dally. 764 6-96 TI57691588
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ELI GJA~LLITY REOLrI~EMENT$: fio~ msti~tion~ ~d agaric. ~ble appl~ for th~ Nation- ~ ~n~er for R~h in V~at~nal ~u~on ir_:Iud~ ~y ur2- ~e~ifi~ ~r a conso~m of ~i~c~i~. ~e ~t c~m~eg~i~a for • ¢ Na~ond ~r is held eve~' five y~s. ~m~ci~" ~i~bfli~u ~u~fion ~rcf~ion~s ~ well ~ ~s ganer~ pubic ~II ~nsfiu ~e~~en~ffon: ~g~ si~a~rc by a d~i~ated o~ci~ on the grit application or contact prc~. ~s~s will be mined ~ accor~ce ~4ih OMB Circul~ No. A-~ for State and l~al govcmmenm. ~PLICA~ON ~ AW~ PRO~S~ Pr~on C~r~om The s~d application fo~s ~ nish~d by ~e Federal agency and required by OMB Circler No. A-102 must ~ used for ~his program. ~is program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~ Procedure: Applications for gran~ must be prepared in accordance wi~ the regulations in 34 CFR 4~, and the C~I D. Per~ VocafioaM ~d Applied Technology Education Act regu- [afions. A pro~sal for a contract must be prepped in acoord~ce with program announcements in the Commerce Bus~ne~ Daily. ~s progr~ is subject to the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A- !10. Awed Pr~d~re~ Applica~ons arc reviewed in accord~cc with r~g- ul~tions for ~e ~rl D. Perkins VocationM ~d Applied Technol- o~ ~ucation Act. ED Fo~ 554 plus general provisions (con- ~acts) are sent to the recipient. D~ A rcqu~t for applications is published in ~e Fed~al Re~ster. Reques~ for Propomls (RFP's) arc rde~ed at various tim~ throughout the fiscal year. A synopsis of each procurement requ~t will app~r in the Commerce Bus~ess Daily. ~is also conChS info~ation about where copies of the RFP can be ob- tained. R~ge ~ A~pmv~/Dlss~pravsl T~e~ Approximately 90 to 120 days. A~: For g~ts, not applicable; for contracts, ~ specified in Fsde~ Pr~urement Regulations, 41 CFR 1, 2, 407, and Ren~w~: For the National ~nter for Research in Vocational Bdu- cation, yearly, for a m~mum awed period of five years, For the cu~culum coordination centers, a maximum award period of three yc~s. ASSI~AN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~ ~d Mscehing Requlremen~ ~is program has no statutory fo~uia or matching requ~emen~s. ~n~ ~ T~e Ph~g of ~sis~ce: Variable, depending upon the pa~icular needs of each contract or grit competition. POST ASSISTAN~ ~QU~EME~ Re~: Specific re~ing rcquir~en~ arc comained in ~c quit for Proposal ~d contract document. Re~ing requiremcn~ for gr~m are required in the regulations for Cad D. Perkins Vo- cational and Appli~ Technology Education Act for 34 CFR An~ Ped~ic audits shoed be made ~ pa~ of [he recipient's sys- tems of finmci~ ~nagement ~d internal control to mcct the te~s ~d conditions of contract and gran~. Recor~: ~e ~D General Admin~trafivc RegMations, 34 CFR ~AN~ INFOR~ON: Aoco~t Iden~e~an: 91-~-1-501. Oblations: (~an~ and contract) ~ 95 $9,~,~ ~ 96 ~t not ident~able; ~d ~ 97 eel S0. ~otc: ~c ~ 96 ~t will ~ m~ed u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for t~s progr~; the ~ 97 ~t will b= detc~cfl u~n completion of the vo~- ~on~ eduction proteins ~e ~d Aver~g~ d F~c~ ~ $109,~ to $1~,586 prop~tion average contact $141,284; average ~t (ff~M y~ 1995 aw~ds). PR~M ACCO~~: A ~ant w~ ~uefl for ~e ficn~ ~nter cr Centers for Re~rch in Vomgen~ T~'o n~w cu~cul~m c~rd~nafi~n c~t~ confab w~e cd ~fl four ~c~um c~rdi~gon cent~ r~dved confin~gon REGLW_...4,TION$, GLrIDEL1-NF.S, .~.ND LITERATL'RE: Re~,ulafi~ns LNFORM_&TION CONTACTS: Regional or Loe~l Office: See Al~p~ndLx IV cf the Cata!og for a list of the ad:tresses of the Depzl'tm-_nt of Eda~ti~n's region~l office. Headquarters Office: Department of Eduction, Divis.~cn of Nation:fl Programs, Office of Vc-cational and Ad~t Education, 6C¢3 Inde- pendence Ave., SV~., Washington, DC 20202-7242. Contact: Jaclde L. Friederich. Telephone: (202) 205-9071 or P~.decc M. Wilkins. Tclcphone: (202) 205-96"/3. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGIL&M~: None. EXA]~|PLES OF FUNDED PROJEC-Yrs: The six curriculum coordina- tion centers axe regionally located. The six centers provide coordi- nation, dissemination, loan of curriculum materials, and provide technical assistance to the States. The National Center with its legislatively mandated functions conduots applied research and de- velopment, dissemination and ~'aining functions. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Each request for pro- posal contains weighted evaluation criteria which are unique to the particular rcqulremcnts of the individual procurement. 84,053 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION--STATE COUNCILS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Carl D. Perk/us Vooatlonal and Applied Tcch- nology Education Act, Section 112, Public Law I01-392, 20 U.S.C. 2322 (a)-(0. OBJECTIVES: To advise the State Board for Vocational Education on the development and administration of the State plan; to evalu- ate vocational education programs assisted under this Act and under thc Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA); and to report findings and recommendations to the Go,~ernor, the State Board, the State job training coordinating council, the Secretary of Edu- cation, and the Secretary of Labor. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE'. Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds allocated to a State Council to carry out the responsibilities specified in the Act must be used in accordance with the Council's approved budget. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMEN]'S: Apl~licant Eligibility: Designated State Councils for Vocational Edu- cation may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: State governments will bcnefit. Credentials/Documentation: State certification to the Assistant Secre- tary for Vocational and Adult Education that a State Council has b¢cn established. Costs will be dctermincd in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS." Preapplication Coorflinntiua: A State Council must bc established. Members are to be appointed by the Governor or by the State Board of Education if it is clotted. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, "Intergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assis~ance, if the State has selected the program for review. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Cir- cular No. A-102. Application Procedure: Submission of an annual budget to the Assist- ant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Education. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-It0. Award Procedure: Secretary cf Education approves the Council's budget. When fends become available, the Assistant Sccrcta.ry for Vocational and Adult Education transmits a grant awm'd to the Council. De~ilin~s: July I of each year. Range of Al~l~ruvat/DL~apprnval ~r'tme: Ap~rox~natcly 5 to 39 da:,s. Al~peaI~ Net .~ppl~cabl~ 6-96 765 T157691589
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ReuewaL~ ~:t ~_~TAN CE CONSIDERATIONS: mosl recent consecutive fi~al y~). The fo~ula giv~ more weight ~o ~hc 1~!9 y~ old po~ulatie~, the 3ou~g~ of the three grou~ It Nee favors Smt~ wi~ lower per ~pita income. Smts ~cr capi~ income dam dcte~ine S~te alIo~ent ratios. Generally, the altatmenl ratio for a State is 1.~ minus ~hc pr~ucl of 0.50 and ~he quoti~m ob~ined by dividing ~e per capita income for the State by the per capita income for Nl ~he Stat~. The age groups are 15-19, 2~24, and 25-65. ~ey arc weighted 50 percenL 20 percent, ~d 15 percent, r~pecfively. A fou~h distribution. weighted 15 percent, is based on the sums of ~he ~ounts resulting from the t~ce age group distributions. Nach State receiv~ an lotment consisting of four pa~s: (1) an amount which bears the ~me ratio to 50 percent of the sums being allol~ed ~ the product of the State's population age 15-19 bears to the sum of the corre- sponding products for all the States; {2) an amount which bears ~e same ratio to 20 ~crcen~ of the sums being allotled as lhe product of the Slate's population age 20-24 bears {o the sum of the corr~ponding pr~ucts for all ~he Sm~es; (31 an amoum wb]cb b~rs the mine ratio to 15 percenl of the sums being allolled as the product of the S~ate's population age 2~-65 b~rs to ~e sum of the corr~s~nding products for all ~he Stat~; and (4) an amounl which hears the same rode to 15 percent of the sums being Mlol- t~ ~ the amounN allotted ~o the State in the previous three ~per- afions bears to the sum of the amounts allotted to all the Statcs under ~hc previous three operations. After State allotments are cal- culated, adjustments are made to ~ch State's allotmcn~ so that no State receives le~ than $150,~ nor more than $2~0,~. The State ~uncfls of the Virgin Islands and Guam are each allotted $60,~ and the State Councils of American Samoa and Palau and the Commonwealth of the Northern M~iana Islands are each lotted $25,~. No match is required. LenNh and Time Ph~img of ~s~tsaee~ One year. POST ASSISTANCE REQ~REME~S: Re~rts: Annual financial status reports and biennial evaluation re- ports arc required. A~di~: In accordance wi~h ~he provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Oovcrnments," S~te and local governments that receive financial assistance of $1~,~ or more within ~he State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that year. S~te and local governments that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within ~he S~ate's fiscal year shall have an audit made in accordance whh Circu[~ No. A-128, or in accordance with Fedaral laws and regulations govarning the programs which lhey participate. Record: See Department of ~ucaflon Genial Adminiszrat~ve Reg- ulations, 34 CFR 76.730-734. ~NAN~AL ~FO~IATION: Aeeo~ Iden~tion: 91-~-~- 1-501. ObH~sns: (Grants) ~' 95 $9,~6,~; FY 96 ~ identifiable, and ~ 97 ~ $0. (Note: ~e FY 96 est will be datelined u~n en- actment of ~e 1996 appmp~ation for this program; the FY q7 esl will be deter~ned u~n completion of the v~atlonal cducaUon progra~ reautho~zation.) R~ge ~fl Average of ~n~clM A~i~ce; $~,~ Io $231,815; $157,~ (fiscal year 1995 awards}. PROOf ACCOMP~S~E~: SN~e councils have ~n ~b- fished in 50 S~a~es, ~c DNtfict of Col~bia, Puerto R~co, and Guam under Public Law 98-524. ~e State Advisory have submitted bienniM cvN:ati~n rep~r~ on S~te vocational education ~rogr~. Thee re~rts have ineI~ded aum~rous rec- ommendations a~ing from ~ Co~ci~" cv~uafions of vocational e~a~ti~n ~ ]~A del~very sys~ew~ ~ ha~e adequacy ~d effecd~en~ of th~ co,~r~nalion between vocational 766 REGULI'rIONS, GUIDELINF_~q0 AND Ln"ERATURE.: R,.Je~ a~d reg- aIa:ivn~ Ti~e .x.I CFR 4-:(~ ard 403: EDGAR P.ra-ts 7~, 77, 7~, SO. LN~FO R.MATI ON CONTACTS: Re, anal or ~ Office: of t~e addresses cf DeI:zrtmeal cf Education's H~tdqu~rter~ Of Iiee: Division t~f Vceational-Technic~al Eduaa~cm Office of Assistant Se~etary for Vocational and Adult Education. Department of Education, 600 Independence Ave., SW., Wa~hing- ton, DC 20202-7241. Telephone: (202) 205-9441. U~ the same number for FTS. RELY, TED PROGRAMS: 17.250. Job Training Partnership Act; 84.048. Vocational Education--Basic Grants to States; 84.7.43, Tech-Prep Education. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PRO,FECTS: Not applicable. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Not applicable 84.055 HIGHER EDUCATION--COOPERATIVE EDUCATION FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AlYrHORIZATION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title VIII, as amended, Public Law 102-325, 20 U.S.C. I 133-1133C. OBJECTIVES: To provide Federal support: for planning, establishing, expanding, and carrying out projects of cooperative education in institutions of higher educatlonl for projects demonstrating innova- tive methods of cooperative education~ for research into methods of improving, developing, or evaluating cooperative education; or for training persons who are or wish to be involved in cooperative education. Cooperative education projects are those with alternat- ing or parallel periods of academic study and public or private paid employment related to the student's academic program or professional goals. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRIC-"rIONS: Funds are used to plan, establish, expand, and carry out programs of cooperative education. Salaries and administrative expenses are payable from these funds. No money appropriated under this program may be used to compen- sate students for employment by employers. Funds may also be used to pay for salaries and administrative expenses of demonstra- tion, research, and training projects. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Accredited institutions of higher education may apply for administration, demonstration, research, and training grants. Public or private nonprofit agencies and organizations may apply for demonstration, research, and training grants. Beneficiary Eligibility: Students attending funded institutions who are enrolled at least half-time will benefit. Credentttl~/Doeument~tinn: The applicant must submit a signed statement that it has complied with Federal civil rights legislation including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabili- tation Act of 1973, as amended, and other applicable assurances and certifications. Institutions of Higher Education must meet the definition of higher education given in Section 1201(a) of the higher education Act of 1965. as amended. This program is ex- cluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~ldlcttlon Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. Thi~ program is eli#Me for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmcntal Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his er her State for more information cn the prtxess the State requires to be followed in applfing for a.~fstance, if t~e State has selected the program for review. AppIiettiot Procedure: Can*act t~e program of I~:e for applica~on in- 6-96 TI5 o91590
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A~rd Pwo~ur~ Pr~?~ ~..d app~i~tic~s are ev~:~ b3 ~ut- )hrc~h uh~s e~ ~fl the G~u~ ~d ~n~c~ Se~'lc~ D~ia~: An~c~ce~t ~ubI~h~d annuity in ~e Federal Re~s- t~r. R~e cf Appro~D~appm~ Time: Appro~m~tely ~x A~: Not appl~ble. R~ew~: ~e renew~ pro~dure is ~e s~e ~ far a new requ~ ex~pt applications for re~e~'als ~c review~ by the ~d ~an~ s~ ~ey do not undergo a c~m~titive review. ASSISTANCE CONS~A~ONS: grit is awarded to an I~, or a combi~fion of I~, t~t have not received an Administration project grit in the l~year period immediately preceding the date ~at ~e ~stitution or comb~ation of institutions reques~ an Adm~is~ation project grant. Matching tMnds ~fl mMnten~ce of tin,tiM effo~ ~c req~ed by law. Ad- ministration, Pa~ A, gr~ may not exceed $5~,~ for each re- cipient in a single ye~. Federal suppo~ of administrative ~sts for up to five y~rs may not exceed 8~ percent of the tot~ costs of the project in the first y~r and 70, 55, ~, ~d 25 percent in ~ch subsequent year, r~pectively. An Admi~s~afive, Pa~ B, grit tbr an existing project is awarded m ~ institution of hi~er edu- cation (no combinations) ~at is operating ~ c~st~g cooperative eduction program. Such a program is defined ~ any cooperative education program t~t: (1) H~ opermed for three suc~sive yea~ immediately preceding the ye~ for which year for which the institution applies for an Administration project grant and (2) has placed in paid public or pfivam employment a m~um of l~ undupli~ted studen~ in the three y~ preceding the y~ for which the institution applies for a grit ~der the Admi~stration grant program. The Statute man~t~ that grants for exis~g projec~ must be used for: (1) Improv~g the qu~ity of and panding the pa~icipation in a coo~rative education program; (2) providing outreach in new curricular are~; ~d 0) providing out- reach to potential pa~icipan~, ~cluding smden~ from undcrrc- presented ~pulations and nontraditional students. An Administra- tion, Part B, grant recipient may not be awarded more th~ $75,~ in a single year, nor less th~ $1,~. ~so, the award may not he greater than 25 percem of the i~titution's budget f~r coop- erative education at the institution in the previous year. Awards in a given fiscal year are b~ed on a fo~ula according to the hum- Ors of unduplicated cooperative education students placed in jobs by an institution in the previous year compar~ to the numbe~ of unduOicated cooperative education students placed by all institu- tions with approved applications in the sine previom y~r. All applicants for Administration awar~ must meet eli#bility ards pertaining to IHEs, ~d must undergo a program stuff renew of funding eligibility as req~red by the Title VIII Stature and pro- gram regulations. ~n~h and Time Ph~ing of A~ismce: Administration projec~ may be funded for a multi-year period of up to ~ mont~. Demo~tra- tion, r~earch, and training projecm may be f~ded for a multi- year period of up to 36 months. Awards are ~nuM and dependent on availability of funds. POST ASSISTANCE REQU~EMENTS: Repom: Annum fiscal ~d ~ffo~ance re~ m~t be submitted at the end of each budget period. Other info~ation must be fur- nished, if requested. Au~: Subject to a Federal audit any ~e during the te~ of the grant and within a ~H~ of five yea~ aft~ the temination of FedcrM suppo~. Record: M~t ~ re~in~ for five ye~s after the end of the y~r d~fing which the ex~nd~tures were rode or until the grant- ee is notified that the records ~e no longer ne~ed. ~NANCI~ ~O~tA~ON: Accost Iden~fi0t: 91~201~-1-$02. Obli~: (Gr~) ~" 95 $6#27~ ~" 96 ~ not ~nfl ~" 97 ~ $0. ~ote: ~e ~" 96 ~t ~I1 ~ dete~in~ upon enactment of ~e I~fi appropma~on for t~ prog~.) PR~%I ACCOmPLiCeS: Appro~at~ly 2~ ~ a~arded. Grante= ~re Ic~ted in 47 ~ons ~ere p'ab~h~ in ~e F~eral Re~r on Angst 11, 1993. ~OR~ON CO~A~: Re#o~ or ~ O~ce: Not applicable. H~e~ O~ce: Di~4si~n of HigEer ~ucafion ~c~n~'e Pr~ grams, O~ of Pos~eeonda~ ~ueatio~ Depa~ment of ~u~a- ~on, ~ Ind~endence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202- 5251. Contact: Vic~ V. Payn~. Telephone: (202) 2~-3291. Use the ~e humor for ~S. ~A~D PROG~IS: 84.031, ~#er ~ucation--InstitutionM Aid; 84.033, Federal Work-Study Progom. ~fPL~ OF F~DED PRO~: Administration, training, re- s~eh, and demonstration projec~ in eolleg~ ~d u~ve~Mes. ~A FOR $~E~G PROPOSAl: ~e Secrem~ evMuat~ applicafio~ in accordan~ with 34 CFR 631, 632, 633, 634, 635, and the Education Depa~ment GenerM Administrative Regula- tions ~DGAR) in 34 C~ 74, 75, ~, 79, 80, 82, 85, and 86. 84,060 I~N EDUCA~ON--G~S TO LOC~ EDUCA~ONAL AGENTS ~DE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~TION: Elementary and ~¢ondary Education Act of 1965, ~tie IX, Part A, Subpart 1, ~ ~end~, ~blie Law 103- 382, 20 U.S.C. 7811-7818; 25 U.S.C. 2~1. OB~: Support local educmional agencies in their effo~s to reform elementary and seconda~ soh~l programs t~t Indian students in order to ensure ~at progr~s ~e b~ed on ¢hNien#ng State content standards and student peffo~ance stand~ds that are used for ~1 students, and ~e desired to assist Indi~ smden~ meet those st~d~ds in reaching the National ~ucation Goals. ~P~ OF ASSISTed: Project Grants. US~ AND USE R~ONS: Grantees may ~e funds for the tablishment, mainten~ce, ~d operation of supplem~n~ry projects s~cifically designed to ~sist Indian students in State content and student peffom~ee standards. Projects must be d~i~ed in re- sponse to a locally conducted needs a~ent ~d with the full o~peration and invoivemem of an elected committee repr~enting parents of the Indian students to be served. Pe~ible a~ti~ties include, bm are not limited to: (1) Cultur~ly related aetivffi~; (2) early childhood ~d family progr~s emph~ing $ch~l r~di- heSS; and O) enrichment progr~s that directly suppo~ the mtain- ment of S~to content ~d perfom~ce s~dards. ELIGIBIL~ REQ~REME~S: A~nt Eli#~: Local educational agenci~ (L~s) that enroll at le~t 10 Indian children or in which Indies constitute at l~t 25 percent of the total enroilmenL ~e requiremen~ do not apply to LEAs serv~g Indian children in Al~k~ CMifomia, ~d Oklahoma or l~med on, or in profimity to, an Indian reservation. Sehoo~ that receive funding from the Bur~u of Indian Affai~ under ~ction 1130 of the ~ugation ~endmen~ of 1978 25 U.S.C. 2~1; are deemed to be eli#ble to pa~ieipme in this pr~ ~n~il~ Eii#bllity: Eli#hie Infli~ children enrolled in eli#ble I~M educational agenei~, ~fl BIA funded school. Cred~fi~menmfion: ~ appEc=t m~t ce~ffy ~* number of e~#ble Ind~ children enrolled on ~hizh ~e ~oant of the ~ant ~1 be compute. It m~t ~so ~sure that it h~ ~ed out a number of o~er r~uired ~¢ti~ities~ including: holing a pubtie he~g, ~tabl~h~g ~ Infli= p~ent co~ee, ~d m~g ~- mgemen~ for ~ evMuafi~n of the effecfivene~ of ~e ~r~L No ~nt ~ be made ~ ~e applier ~ ~e ~tt~ a~ ~rovM cf ~e apvHmnt's Indian ~ent co~iH~ ~ ~l 6-96 767 TI57691591
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deter-mined m acc~r~znce '~',.~ OMB Cir,-u~ar No. A-~7 f:r ~P~CA~ON .~ AW.~ PR~: ~ppli~fion ~r~om ~ ~dard apFli~cn ~s ~ ~h~d ~y th~ F~cr~ ~gcn~' m~t ~ ~d for ~ pro~. progr~ is excluded from ¢ovcrag~ unSer OMB ~rcular No. A- 102. ~s prog~ h ct~gible for coverage ~fl~ E.O. 1237Z "I~t~rgov~men~ Review ~f Feder~ Prague?' ,~ should cons~t ~ o~¢e or o~c~ d~ignatcd ~ the s~glc of con~ct in his or her S~tc for more info~afion on the proc~s the Smt~ rcquir~ to be follow~ in applying for ~shlance, if the S~tc h~ selected the pro~am for review. A~li~ffon ~u~: The L~ annually sub~ to the Depa~- merit of ~ucation an application d~cfib~g i~ proposed project. Application fo~s ~c av~lable from ~e h~dq~ers o~ce. program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A- Aw~ Pt~e~e: Aw~ds are ~sued ~nu~ly directly to the L~A. Awards are made to ~l applic~ that m~t the applicable re- quirements of the Act ~d that ~ve d~i~ed a project that ~e Secretary of ~ucation dete~ines ~11 subs~nti~ly incre~c the educational op~unities of the Indian children se~,ed by the plicant. D~: D~fllin~ ~e ~blishcd ~nual]y. Notice of closing date is published in the Federal Re~st~r. A m~ling list is main~ned at the hcadqua~ers o~ce; application packets arc g~crally mailed soon ~ they arc available to appli~n~ from ~e prcvio~ ye~; however, if a packet is not received, the headq~lc~ o~c should be contacted. ~c hcadquaacrs o~cc should ~so be con- tacted for specific closing dates. Range of Ap~rov~approv~ Time: Approximately 1~ days. Ap~ls~ None. Ren~w~s: None. ASNI~AN~ CON~IDE~TIONfl: Formnla and M~tchiag R~uirem~: The Indian ~ucation pro- gram specifies that ~e amount of a g~t to which an LEA is titled is computed by multiplying the humor of Indi~ children enrolled in the LEA's schools by the average per pupil expendi- ture or 80 percent of the national average ~r pupil cxpcnditurc, whichever is greater, for the State in which the applic~t is locat- ed. In setting the actual amount of a grant, an applic~fs formula amoum is adjusted on ~c b~is of av~labic appropriations. In order for ~ LEA to receive a grant, the aBprop~ate State educa- tional agency (SEA) must ce~ify that the comb~ed fiscM effort of thal LEA ~d the State ~th r~pect to the provision of frec public education by that LEA for the preceding f~cM ye~ w~ not le~ than ~ ~rcent of th~ comb~cd fi~ effo~ for that pur- pose for the second preceding fisc~ y~. If an L~ d~s not meet this requirement and the ficcrc~y does not ~t a w~v~ for unusual c~cu~t~c~ ~e L~'s g~t awed is red~d exact propo~ion by which ~he L~ failed to me~t ~c combined fisc~ cffo~ rcquiremenL LEAs that are B~eau f~flcd sch~ls ~e exempt from the combined fiscal effoa requirmcnL ~is prog~ h~ no matching requirement. ~n~ ~d T~e ~Mg ~f ~ce: G~ are awarded ~or up to ~ months ~d f~nds must be spent or obligat~ ~bth~ the proj~t period. Pa~cnts are made by direr dc~si~ upon requ~t by L~s. Re~: Fin~ci~ ~d ~ffo~ance ream are due within ~ days of the termination of the proj~t Au~: In a~ordance with th~ pro~sio~ of OMB Circular No. 128, "Audi~ of Sm~e and L~l Gove~ent~" S~te and l~al gove~en~ tha~ rcceNe fin~e~ ~sis~nce of $1~,~ or mnre wi~in the State's f~l year s~l have ~ audit ~de for that y~. State ~fl l~al gove~ that r~ive ~t~n made ~ a:cord~ce ~th Circ~ No. A-128, or m ~-ith F~cml la~s ~d r~htion~ go~e~ng the prog~ in ~hich they R~¢or~ Records must be mam'.amed thr~e ~ears afmr ~c ccmpI:- A~t Id~fiom 91~101~I-501. u~n enac~cnt cf~c 1996 approp~fion for ~ ~ro~.) ~ge ~ Av~ ef Y~c~ ~ce: $3,~ to PROG~ A~O~L~~: In fisc~ year 1995, aw~d~ were made to 1,05g LEAs, 61 tribal ~hool~ and 81 BIA operated ~haols. ~e projec~ that wcrc landed sc~ed approximately ~,626 Indi~ stud~ in element' ~d secondly ~h~l~ The average per student pa~ent w~ REG~ONS, G~E~, ~ L~TU~: 34 CFR 74. 75, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, ~5, and 86. ~O~IA~ON CO~A~S: H~o~ or ~ Offi~: Not app]icable. H~qu~em Office: Office of Indi~ ~ucafion, Office of Elementa- ry and ~co~dary ~u=afion, Dvp~ment of Education, ~ Indc- penden~ Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202. ~nm~t: S~dra Spaulding Director, Div~ion of ~ogmm Operations. Telephone: (202) 2~I~!. Use ~v same hUmOr for ~S. ~LA~D PROG~iS: 84.~2, Indi~ ~ucation--Ad~t Eduction: 84.299, Indi~ ~ucation--Speci~ Programs. ~L~ OF ~ED PHO~: Inst~ction in reading and ma~=ma6cs; cow, cling ~d ~id~ce; native I~guage and cultur- al eduoation i~tmction; early c~[dho~ ~d f~ily pro~s ph~i~g school r~n~s; ~d school-to-work t~sifion pro- gr~. ~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: ~is is a fo~u~a grant progr~. Applicants do not com~te but rather are entitled ~o funds if ~ey meet b~ic cligib~ty requirements. 84.062 ~IAN EDUCA~ON--ADULT EDUCA~ON ~D~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEME~Y AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, D~PAKTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~ON: El~entary and S~ondary ~ucation Act, Title IX, P~ A, Subpar¢ 3, ~ amended, Public Law 103-382, 20 U.S.C. 7851. OBJE~IV~: To plan, develop, and implement programs for Indi~ adults to dccrc~c the mtc of Blitcracy, incr~ ~c m~cry of b~ic s~lls, and incr~e ~e number who v~ high school equiva- lency diploma. ~ OF ~SI~: Pro~ect Grants. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Grits ~v used for the establish- ment and o~ration of progr~s designed to stimulate the provi- sion of b~iv litvr~y ~d high school equivalency op~nunitics for Indian adult. F~ds ~y ~ ~vd to encourage d~v~nafion of info~ation ~d materials relating to eviction s~at~gics ~at show effecfivcn~ of pro~ ~d improved edu=afional oppor- tun~d~ for Ind~ ad~. ELIGIBI~ ~Q~E~: A~pli~t EH~%~ Indian ~, Indi~ institutions, and ladi~ ganizadons may apply. ~efi~ EH~bflIW: Indian adul~ w~ Crtdvn~~n~d~: Applications must d~cfibv th= acfiviti~ for which ~sismncv ~ sought; provide for an evaluation of th~ ef- fvvtiv~n~ of ~ pro~s~ pro]~t; and provide ~umn~ tha~ th~ indi~du~ to ~ sv~vd ~d ~%d comm~ti~ h~vv volved J~ the pl~ng and development of the project ~d will continue such ~volvment in the o~mtion ~ evM~fion of th~ proj~t. ~s~ ~1 ~ ditched in accord~cc with OMB Circu- 1~ No. A-g7 for State ~d l~al government. APP~CA~ON ~ AW~ PROS: ~ffon ~ffo~: ~s progam ~ ~ble for ~vemgc ~fler ~O. 12372, 'Intcrgov~en~ Rt~5ew of Fedt~ ~." ~ appli~nt should comet the o~:e or o~fl d~i~at- ~ ~ ~e s~#e ~int of con~ct in h~ cr her Sm~ for more infor- 768 6-96 T157691
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~s Fre~ ~ ~Ia~ed frc.m ¢~a~ ~nd~ O~ C~ A-IOZ A~pli~ffon Pr~ur~ A~ph~ons ~r ~u~ ~c sub~3~tcd ann~- te~ ¢~ ~is grc~ is ~cla~ from co~'emgt ~d~r O~ Circ~ No. A-II0. Aw~ Pr~ar~ Apglicafio~ ~c r~s~ew~ by panfls of field ors ~fl ag~cy pe~nnel. Poln~ ~e aw~ded aeeord~g m lished cfit~g Find sol,dons ~, mad, by ~e Secret, of cation. Grits are awarded directly to the appli~t/~tee. ~in~: D~dl~ are ~blhhcd ~lly. Notice of ~e closing date is published in the FederM Re#seer. A mM~g list h m~- ~ined at tho heaflq~em o~ce giv~ ~low. Application are generally mMlefl as soon ~ they ~e avMlabl¢ to from the gr¢vious y~. However, if a packet ~ not received, the headqumers o~ce shoMfl ~ con~cted. ~ge of A~ro*~isa~rov~ ~ime: Approximately 180 days. A~ None. Rea~w~: N~ae. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Formula anti Mmehing Requirement: ~ prog~ h~ no smtuto~ fomula or matching requirement. ~n# and Time Ph~ing of Mslsme¢: Projec~ may be approved for periods of up to five years. Gran~ are awarded on a twelv~ month b~is and it ~ expected that exp,ndit~ will ~ made within thin period. Payments are made monthly on ~e b~ of quaRerly reques~ submitted by the greece. POS~ ASSI~AN~ Re~o~: Financial ~d perFom~¢¢ reports ~, du, a~ly. Au~i~: In accordance with the pro~sions of OMB Circ~ No. 128, 'Aufli~ of Stat, and Loom Government," State and l~al governments thin receive financi~ ~sm~ of $1~,~ or mor¢ wi~in the State's fiscal year shall have ~ audit made for that year. State and local gove~en~ that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within the States fi~ year shall ~v, an audit made in accordance with Ciroul~ No. A-128, or in accord~ee with FederM laws and regulations governing th~ progr~s which they pa~icipate. Audi~ of Infli~ Tribes, ~dian Institu- tions, Indian Organimtions, etc., shMl Mso b* don* in accord~ce with 34 C~ 74.61. Record: Recor~ must bc kept for 3 ye~s ~ter ~, completion of the activity for which grit funds wer~ used. ~N~CIAL INFORMA~ON: Account lflen~fieaflon: 91-0101-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants) ~r 95 $5,420,~; ~ 9fi est not ident~abl~; and ~ 97 est $5,~,~. (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will be mined u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) R~ge ~ A~emge of Fin~e~ ~ee: The r~ge is from $50,~ to $2~0,~. PROGRAM ACCOMP~SHME~S: In fi~M year 1995, 27 aw~ds were made, REGU~ONS, G~ELINES~ A~ L~E: at* in ~ CFR 74, ~, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 8~, ~d 86. ~ORMATION CO~A~: R~a~ or ~ O~: Not appli~ble. H~qame~ O~¢e: Indian ~ucafion Progr~s, O~ce of Elemen- tary ~d Secon~ Edumfion, Dep~ent of ~afiou, dependence Avenue, SW., W~hhgton, DC 20~0L ~n~ct: M~ Bray~y, Chief, Grants Administration Brock Tfl~#on~ 002) 2~1612. U~ the ~e nmkr for RE~D PRintS: 84.~, Indi~ ~u~fion~r~ to Edu~tionM Agencies; M.299, Indi~ ~ucation--Sp~ial Pro- gra~. ~IPL~ OF ~ED PRO~: S~:e pr~ offering st~cfion in b~c ~d ~con~" ~ FOR SE~G PRO~OS~: N~ got ~is~ce, proj~t d~i~, budget ~d cost-eff~tivcu~, adcq~cy s*arcc~ s~. community p~i~i~ation, ev~on d~i~, m~ut and l~ck cf cen~parab'~e serd:~s. Priorit7 ~ gi~~ to 84.~ ~~ PELL G~ PROG~M ~eB ~ AG~: O~CE OF POS~ECO~Y ~DUCA- ~ON. DEP~N~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~g~ON: ~er ~uca~vn Act of 1965, Ti~e ~, ~t A, Su~9~ I, ~ ~cndcd. O~: To ~rox~de eli#bl, undcr~t¢ pos~ccond~' stu- dents who ~vv dcmo~Vated financhl need wi~ ~t to hMp meet ¢dn~tio~ expel. ~ OF AS~: Direct Paymen~ for Sp~i~cd U~. US~ A~ USE ~~ONS: ~ stud~t mint be a ~.S. ci~en or eli#~l* nonfifiztn who ~ been acc~t~ for emollm=t in, or is m~g safisheto~ a~demio progr~ a~ an eli~le ins~tu~on of ~gher education. Eli#hie sch~ may be pubhc or private nonprofit ~sti~fions of higher eduction, (such ~ coReg~ ~i- vemifi~, vo~on~-t¢chni~ sohools, ho~i~ ~hools of ~d for-profit institutions @ropfiemrD. Eli#ble mai~ who are at l~t 18 y~m or old~ ~d born a~er D,~m~r 31, 19~, c¢i~e ~ o~y if they have registered wi~ ~l~ctive O~te studen~ ~d students who haw Mr~dy ~d a bach¢- lot's degr~ ~e not dlgible for ~is~nce. Appli~ mint d,mon- mate need accord~$ to Pm F of the ~gher ~ucation Act of 1965, ~ mended. ~e mm~mum individ~l awed my not ~ceed $2,3~ in ~ a~d,~c year for fis~l ~e~ 1995 (1995.96 awed). A~#imt Eli#b~i~: Under,urinate studenm e~olled ~ regul~ stu- d=~ in ~ eBgibl~ prog~m at = eli#ble institution of ~gh~r ~tlon =d m~ing safisfaoto~ a~demic progr~. ~¢ applic~ts m~t b¢ U.S. oifizens or eli#ble nonci~as =~ have a high school diplom~ a GED, or demons~at¢ the ability to benefit from the pro~ offered. Bene~¢~ Eli#h~i~: UMergraduate studen~ t~t are U.S. citizens or di#ble noncitizens ~d meet financi~ n¢~ criteria. Studcn~ must be: rcgui~ students in an eli#bl~ progr~ and ~ro~ed in sfitutions of Mgher ~ucafion, m~ing ~hoto~ acad~mio progr~s. In~rceratcd student, ~cept those in~cerat~ in loc~ ~nal hciliti~, ~e ineli#ble. Smden~ mint sign a gatement of edacationM pu~, not owe a refund on a Title IV ~=h ~d not be in de&ale oa a Titl¢ IV loan. Eligible ~ t~t ~e at l~t 18 y~ old and born aRer December 31, 19~, c~ re~ive ~d only if they have re#ter~d with the Sele~ive Se~ce. C~aen~umcamfloa: ~s pro~ ~ ,xoluded from coverag~ ~der O~ Circul~ No. A-87. ~PLI~A~ON AND AW~ Pr~Beafloa ~r~fioa: ~s pro~ h excluded from cover- age u~er E.O. 12371 TMs crogram h excluded from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-102. A~ll~oa ~t: Student complet~ a 'Free Appli~tion for FederM Student Aid" ~d sub~ it to ~e agenoy s~cified on fo~. ~, U.S. Deponent of ~a~fion c~culges &e student's fin~M ¢B#b~ity for ~ce ~O th¢ agency to wMch the stu- dent ~nt ~e appli~on retu~ a hot,cation to ~e student of his or her ~i#b~ity for ~s~mc~. ~e student submi~ th~ notifica- tion to ~ ~sfitution of ~ or her choi~ h order to ~ve his or h~r awed c~Ma~. ~ p¢o~ is ~clud~ from ~nd~r OMB Orcul~ No. A-110. Aw~ ~,d~¢: I~fitufions act = d~bming agen~ for th~ De- p~ment of Eduction. ~* ~sfitufion ~at t~ student attends culates and ~sbu~ the F~eral Poll ~t, ~g a pt~t ~hed~e develo# by ~e De¢~ent of ~a~fion ~t deter- m~ ~e ~o~nt of ~e awed b~ on ~e starlet's f~y cont~bu~on, cog ¢f a~nce, ~ad e~o~ent s~t~. ~a~ ~e appl~on d~ine for the 1~8 awed ~ May 1, 19~6. ~t ~e pro~ o~c¢ for fa~e ~ge ot Ap~ro~p~v~ Tm~ Ap~ro~atdy ~'o to f~ 6.96 769 T157691593
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~a~lly dcpsnd~n~ on hi~ ~r ~cr p~cn~..~ ~t~n may cums~nc~ d~cum~tcd by ~h~ Renewals: St~fl~n~ wh~ haw a~Iied in tke ~c~ a~arfl may he eligible to cemplet~ a renewal appli~fi~n which conI~ns ~reprm~cd student dzta ~fl requir~ students only t~ u~flate cer- tain info~ation. However, cl[~]lity ~s still ~nually d~te~inefl. ASSISTAN~ CONS~E~ONS~ F~rmuls ~fl M~tchlng Req~irem~: ~c 1995-96 Fefler~ Poll Grant eligibility determ~uafio~ ~e b~ed cn P~ F of the HEA, ~ amended, by th~ Higher ~umfion Amendmen~ of 1992. national need ~ys~s fo~uIa dcte~nes ffn~ci~ eligibility for Fed~rM Poll ~anm and other Fedsral student aid and is applied uniformly to all applicants. TMs national need ~alys~s fo~ula ~e~in~ a student's "expected family cont~b~tion" (EFC). ~e lhndamental elements of this n~d analys~ fo~ula are the parents" and/or the studen£s income ~d ~sets (excluding home), the fami- ly's household s~ze, and the number of f~ily members atlending ~)s~sccondary institutions. ~e EFC is determined ~ th~ sum (1) A percentage ass~ment of net income (rem~ning income after subtracting allowances for bas[~ living ex~nses) ~d percemage ~sessment of net a~ets, other than a home, (remai~ng ~s~ts after subtracting an ~sct prot~on allowance). ~n~h and Time Ph~ag of ~s~ce: Studen~z arc normMly ed )() one Federal Pcll Gram d~fing ~y awed year (July fl~rough }une 30) although under ce~ limited circumstances )hey may receive lwo. Funds are usu~iy d~sbu~ed at least twice during an award year. Studen~ may only receive a Federal Poll Grant until they have received a bachelor's degree. POST ASSISTANCE ~QUI~ME~S~ Regret Institutions will be required to furnish repot) pcfiodic~ly. on the disbursement of funds, ~s well ~ to furnish ~y other re- ports the Secretary requires. No repor~ are required of student. Audits: Annual audits will be made. Recor~l All records pe~ain]ng m ~he el~glbil~ty of each Federal Poll Gram recipient and all fis~l management records must be m~n- rained by the insthutions for a pcH~ of five y~rs or until an ac- ceptable audit h~ been completed, whichever ]s later. Selected students will have ~hc information on (heir appli~fions verified. FIN~CIAL INFORMATION: Account Idenfifieafism 91-02~0-I-502. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $5,819,~,~; FY 96 est not ble; and FY 97 est $5,839,~,~. ~ote: The FY 96 ~t will be de~ermhmd upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for ~h~s pro- gram ) ~nge and Average oI Fin~i~ ~i~ee: Gran~ range from to $2,340 in fiscal year 1995. Average awed: $1.507 ~n fis~ 1995. PROG~ ACCOMFLlS~S: Appro~tcly 3.6~,~ dems w~ll receive Federal Poll grants during f~c~ y~ 1995. REG~LA~ONS, GUID~ES, AND L~~: ~e 1995-96 Federal Poll Grant Expected Family Con~ibufion fo~ula is set for~ in Pa~ ~ of the H~gher ~u~fion Act of 1965 as amended. Regulations governing adminis~tion of the Poll Grit Program are found in 34 CFR ~, 66~, and 6~. The Stud~t ~uide; Free A~pl~cation for Federal ~tud~ A~d (no charge); 'The Family Contribution Fo~ulf'; "~e Student Financial Aid Hand- book2" INFO~tA~ON CO~A~S: Re,ohM ~r ~ O~ee: Federal Student Aid lnfa~ation Centcr. 14:C,)~33-3243. Regional Dir~tor, Office of Student Fin~cial ~,t~r~.z~. the Dir~tor of Studem Fi~ncial Aid at the ins~t~tion th~ ,.t~d~nl ~ish~ to attend, high szh~cl g~ce cou~lo~ or d~rccto~ of S~e H~flq~e~ O~ce: Division cf Poli~y Dcv~opment, Stgd~t Fi- ria~z~M A~istance Progr~ O~e of Pc~L~con~$' Dc~r~:~t t~f Ed~cafi:,n, ~ Inde~cnd~u:e Avenue, SW., RO~ 770 3, Wa~hl~gter, DC 262'i,~ Cc=:act: Fred SoL'ors, A~.,sg C~ cL f~r ~S. ~L~ PROGraMS: ~.II7, S~x~c~ and Dc~cn~zn~ ~i1~ Gr~; ~4.03L Fede~ Family ~a~fi~n Lc~s~ Federa] Work-Study Pro~ 84.037, Fed~ Per~ L~a~ ~lIatt~ns: ~.03~, Fed~r~ P~ki~ Loan Pro~m~F~erB CaF- ffM C~nl~bufi~r~: ~4.~L TRIO--Student S~gFo~ ~4.~. TglO--TMent S~ch; ~4.fiqT, ~IO--Upward ~4.0fi6, TgIO~a~tional Ogportunity Centers; ~4.~69, State Student In~ntives Gr~. ~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: Not applicable. CR~RIA FOR S~E~O PROPOSAl: ~ 1993-94 Family ~ntfihution formula is set forth in Pan F of the Higher Edu~tlon Act of 1985, as amended. 84.~6 TRIO~EDUCATION~ OPPORT~I~' ~N~RS ~D~gL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECKETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~4TION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title IV. Part A. Subpart 2, ~ amended, 20 U.S.C. 1070d-1¢. OBfE~IV~: To provide information on financial and academic s~t~ce available for qualified adulm desiring to pursue a program of pos~econda~ education ~d to ~ist th,m in appb4ng for ad- mission to institutions of postseeondary education. ~PES OF ASSISTANt: Project Gran~. US~ A~ USE R~RI~IONS: Funds are awarded to institutions of higher education or agencies for establishment and operation of ceuters to collect ~d disseminate information concerning financial aid and academic progr~s available to partlcip~ts seeking to pursue pos~econda~ education and to assist pa~icipants in pre- paring admission and fin~¢ial aid applications. Centers may also provide tutoring and counseling for project pa~icipan~ who are not enrolled in an Upward Bound or a Student Support Services project. A grantee may not u~ the center as a p~t of its recruit- ment pro~am. ELIOIBILI~ ~Q~REMENTS: A~]ieant Eli#b~: Institutions of higher education, publi¢ and rate agencies ~d organizations and, in exceptional cases, second- ary schools may apply. B~n¢fieia~ Eli~hiB~: Persons residing in the target area who need one or more of the servic~ provided by the project in order to pursu~ a program of poslsecondary eduoation and who d~ire to pursue or who ar~ pursuer a program of postsecondary educa- tion. Two-thirds of ~e paaicipants must be low-income individ- uals who are also potential fi~t-generation college students. Project participants must be at le~t nineteen y~rs old (exceptions allowed). Required low-in~ome criteria for participants are stated in application materials. Credenfi~umen~fioa: ~sts will be determined in accordance with the Education Depa~ment General Administrative Regula- tions ~DOAR). ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWA~ PRO~S: Preap~tion C~r~fioa: ~is program is exclud~ from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This progr~ h excludeO from coverage under E.O. 12372. AppOrtion Proctors: Develop a pro~sal in ~cor~ce with regu- lations, applications, ~d time~bl~ ~ued by the S~¢remry Eduction. No State ~1~ ~ req~r~. Requests for progr~ appli- catio~ should ~ ~d¢ to the Division of Student Se~,ic~. This program is s~bject to th~ ~a~lion Department ~eneral Ad~in- isT~tive Re~lafions (EDGAR). ~ prog~ is ex¢l~efl from ¢o~'mge ma~er OMB Circ~ No. A-I Awed ~ure: Fed~ s~ ~ ~ccrcd ~c~d r~ers new ~ropos~ b~fl cn the ~lecfion cn~da ~blish~ in prc~ g~ regohMons ~ CFR 6~.31 a~ 34 C~ ~.3Z 6-96 T157691594
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it} of f~nd.¢.. Su¢cessthl ~rantees ".~il ~ netified h) the D=pan- ment c,f ~on. Gmn~ ar~ aw~ded ~ou~h ~ ~n~zL~ and ~lin~ D~d~n~ ~ pu~l~ked h the F~I Re~ter~ ~e of App~v~p~ov~ Time: Frem ~ to I$9 d~. App.: RenewS: ~n~aa~O~n a~ ~or up to fixe ~ approved ly. Renewal~ are sub~t to ~e av~abi~ of f~n~. ASSI~.~ CONSID~ONS: Formula ~d Mat~ Req~emenm ~is progr~ ~ no s~tutoD' fo~ula or ~tch[ng requirem~. ~n~h ~d T~e Ph~ng of ~s~ce: Up to five y~ annu~ aw~ds. Ren~w~s ~e suhj~t to ~hc av~lability of fun~. PO~ AS~STAN~ REQUI~: Re~: Perfo~ee re~s are req~ed on ~ annual Au~ In accordance ~th the ~u~on Depa~ent Gener~ Ad- ministrative Regulations ~DGAR), 34 C~ 75.702 ~d 74.61. Recor~: In accurate with 34 C~ ~5.~30, ~5.731, ~d 75.732. ~NANCI~ ~FO~ON: Account Iden~cafion: 91~201-~1-502. Obli~tio~: (Gr~) ~ 95 $24,6~,~; ~ 96 est not iden~abl~; and FY 9~ ~t $24,6~.~. ~ote: The FY 96 est w~l bc deter- mined upon enactment of th~ 199~ approp~ation for this pro- gram.) R~ge ~d Average of Fin~ ~s~ee: $190,~ to $761,7~; PROG~t ACCOMPLISHb~S: It is es~mated t~t IS4,~ p~- tieipan~ were a~isted in 199S. In fiscal year 199S, 74 awards were made. REGU~ONS, GU~EL~, AND L~TUR~ EDG~ regulation 34 CFR 6~. INFORMA~ON CO~A~: Re~onal or L~I O~ee: Not appli~ble. H~dqua~ers Office: Division of Student Se~ic~, Eduction Out- reach Br~ch, O~ce of Pos~econda~ Education, Depa~ment of Education, ~ Independence Ave., SW., Was~n~on, DC 20202- 5249. Contact: Prince O. Teal, Jr. Telephone: (202) 708~8~. Use the ~me number for ~S. RELA~D PROGR~IS: 84.~7, Federal Supplemen~ ~ucation~ Opportunity Gran~; 84.032. Federal Family Eduction Loans; 84.033, Federal Work-Study Progr~; 84.038, Federal Perk,s Loan Program--Federal ~pital Cont~butions; 84.~2, Student Suppo~ Services; 84.~, TRIO--Talent S~rch; 84.~7, TRIO--Upward Bound; 84.063, Feder~ Pell Grant Program; 84.103, Higher Education--~IO S~ff Tr~ning Pro~. EXAMPLES OF ~NDED PROJE~: Projects to univ~sities ~d agenci~ lo collect and dimeminate ~formation on financial and other msis~cc ~vailable to low-~come, ~t-genera~on college- bound ~ seeking to pursue posts~ondmy ~ucation ~d to ~sis* pa~cipants in prep~ng ~m~ion ~d financi~ aid appli~- tions. Some centem ~so provide tutor~g and teaseling for project participles that are not enrolled in ~ Upward Bound or Student Sup~m Se~ic~ proj~t. Centers are ~unded in me~opol- i~n, ~ban, and rurM areas. Applican~ define ~rget ~ea to se~ed. CRI~RIA FOR S~E~G PROPOSe: For new aw~ds the S~re~ry eomidem th~ Selection Cdte~a in 34 CFR ~.31. 84.069 STATE STUDENT INCENTIVES GRANTS (SSIG) FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Tide IX', Part A, Subpart 4, Sectio~ 415A, B, C, D, and E, a~ amended, 20 U.S.C. I070c- I070c-4. OB,IECq'I~t--.S: To Fro%2de gra~ts to t~e States for use in programs of finandal assistance to e:igible I~Stsecondar3" *-t~de~.ts. TYPES OF ASSIST,~NC'E: Formula Gnats. U.ffF_.S ,~,'I) USE RESTRICTIONS: To rr2_ke ~¢,ra~ts cf ~Jp to start~,g ka fiscaI ~ear 19~3 fcr f~LI-tL-ne fredzced for Iess than full- time) attendan=e to students with su~sta.,uial finan~al need are enroEed at ix~stsecondaD~ in_~titati~.~ns. ELIGIBILITY RE Q LrlRF~MEN-I'S: Appl/eant Eliga%ility: The agency re.~l>2nsible for administering State's need-b~_~ed scholarship/grant program. The agen:y must be part of the State's agreement trader Section 1203. I-IEA to apply. U.S. Territories are also eligible to al~ply. Benefieitry Eifgibilit~: Postseeondary education students with sub- stantial financial need will benefit. Credeati~ls/Deeumentatlom A State application reviewed and ap- proved annually by the Secretary of Education qualifies the State for student award ftmds. States pay administrative cosk~. This pro- gram is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~ldieatiou Cuordinatiott: For technical assistance for States re- garding the State application, refer to ED Form 1288. This pro- gram is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. ApIflleation Pracedure: The designated State student scholarship or grant assistance agency in each State annually applies for State al- lotments/reallotments of funds; refer to ED Form 1288. Eligible students annually apply to their State of residence for a grant under this program, if the State has received an allotment. Student applicants must follow the application procedures as directed by each State and must demonstrate substantial financial need to re- ceive a grant. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: The Office of Postseeondary Education awards grants to State student scholarship or grant assistance agencies for making grants or providing work-study financial assistance to stu- dents. Deadlines: Application forms are mailed annually to eligible State agencies at least a month before the closing date which is pub- lashed annually in the Federal Register. Students must submit an application according to deadlines established by the participating States. Rmtge of Al~l~ru~l/Disapl~ruval Time: From 30 to 45 days. Appeals: Appeals of final disapprovals can be made to the Secretary and may be subject to judicial review. Renewals: New State applications are required annually. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula ~d Matching Req~rements: Each State receives an allot- ment and possibly a reallotment of funds based upon the number of students it deems eligible to participate in the program relative to the total number of such students in all States; no State receives less than its fiscal year 1979 allotment (Section 415B(aXI), HEA). Maintenance of effort (MOE) requirements provide that annual State-appropriated expenditures in the program must not be I~s than the average for the previous three fiscal years (Section 415C(b)(8), HEA). States match Federal funds on at leust their MOE levea, but not less than a one-to-one basis, out of resources appropriated by the State which represent additional State grant expenditures over an established base year, defined as the second year before the State entered the SSIG Program (Section 415c(bx6), HEA). Length tml Time Phasing cf A~istmace: Funds are awarded for use by participating States for one award year at a time folIowing the year of application. POSI" ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Relmrts: Annual fLse.al performance report (ED Form 128~-1) and other reports as reqaired by the Secretary. Audit~: Records are examined by State or Federal auditors. Records: States must maintain records sufficient to iclentify stadent grants a~'arded kn compliance whh tl~,e program stayre and re- quirements concerning the exlrenclitare ~f Federal funds matc/-Ang State appropriated fun:Js. Records mast be retained for fi~.e ~/ears ~r ~antil completien ef Del:art.~ent a-~dit, ~kickever later. 771 TI57691595
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I~'L~A.~CZL&L INtO I~'vtATIO N: Ob~ffo=: (~) ~" 95 $~.~,~; ~" 95 ~t not ~ent o~ ~ 1996 ap~ropda~on f~r ~s $1,293,373. PR~ ACCO~~N~: In awed ye~ I99~, No,hem M~ Is~ds, ~d ~ Tr~st T~tory ~f Isl~ds (F~a~) received $72,42[,850 in allotment. ~e average s~e of ~h stud~t g~t ~ $1,086. Wi~ th~ ~¢deral appr~p~- fion match~ by S~¢ main~enance-of~ffo~ funds, 69~,010 den~ received ~an~ to a~nd public, p~va~e, and prop~y sch~Is dung the 1994-95 acad~ic ~G~A~ONS, GU~, ~ ~T~: 34 CFK 692 ~ro~ ~lafions) rei~ued J~y 14, 1981, ~end*d De,tuber 1, 1986, November 27, 1987, ~d J~u~y 28, 1994. Directory of S~te Agency OfficiM ~n~c~ (cuffen0. ~FO~ON CO~A~S: ~on~ or ~ Office: Program description ~d a List of S~te student schol~hip or ~sis~ce agenci~ av~lable ~ the ~u~- tion Depa~m~nt r¢~onal offices. Progr~ is administered from ~ Dep~ent's headq~e~. He~qu~e~ Offi~: Division of Policy Development, Policy, Train- ~g, ~d An~ys~ S~ce, S~dent F~ci~ A~ce Programs, Office of A~t S~re~ry for Pos~econda~ ~u~afion, D~- payment of ~u~on, Pall ~d S~te Grant Section, ~ Inde- pendence Ave., SW., W~gton, DC 20202-5~7. Con~ct: Fred H. Seflers. Telephone: (202) 708~7. Uso th~ ~e n~ber for ~S. ~ PR~S: ~.~7, Feder~ Supplemental ~ucation~ Op~unity Grants; 84.032, Feder~ Fully ~ucation Lo~s; 84.033, F~e~ Work-Study Progr~; 84.038, Federal Loan Pro~F¢detal ~pit~ Cont~bufions; 84.~3, Federal Poll Grit Program. E~PL~ OF ~DED PROJ~S: Not applicable. ~ FOR S~E~G PROPOSAl: Not applicable. ~.073 NA~ONAL DI~SION ~ORK ~D~ ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FO~ EDUCATIONAL ~SEARCH AND IMPROVEME~, DEPART~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Elemen~ry and Second~ ~u~tion Act of 1965, ~ ~end~, Title XIII, P~t B. O~~ To identify, validate, ~d di~eminate effective sch~l- wid~ pro~e¢~ ~d progr~ addr~ing the needs of hi~" pove~y ~h~, and progr~s wkh the capacity to offer high-qu~ity, sus- ~nod t~l ~is~ce for adoption by public and non-public edu~tion~ ins~tu~ons. ~ OF ~S~AN~: Project Gran~; Project Gran~ (Con- US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Gr~ ~e aw~ded to dissem~a- tion vMida~ed exempla~ pro~s and pro~ing pracfic~ s~h~Is that seek ~dr adoption or implemen~tion. In addition, contracts ~e aw~ded for tec~c~ ~sis~ce to pro~s ~d for the id~tion ~f promising progr~. ~ Na~o~ D~sion Network includ~ ~ree ~nds of project gran~: 0) Develo~r Demo~trator or Ex~p~ progr~ ~D) ~ ~¢ awarded pro~ ~t ~v¢ Pro~ Eff~tiven~s P~el approv~ for p~- ~ ~f ~em~ ~orma~on about the~ progr~s ti~nwidc b~is; develop~g, ref~g ~d re~r~uc~ mate~s a~u~ approved progr~ ~fl providing ~ning ~d t~hni~ sis~ce; (2) S~tc Fa~li~tor (S~ ~ts ~e aw~d~ for p~ses of ~o~g State edu~on agmci~ (S~), Io~1 f~d~ ~h~, ~ ~ti~afi~ of ~Eh~ edu~fion OHE) ~pl~' ~u~fio~ pro~ in ~m Nafion~ Diff~ion Net- ~72 ~ f,:r ~hcc~ ~d cclleg~ ~g frr DD ~ntc~ to ~ro~isi:n cf ~c~ cff~ by DD ~te~: {3) one e~a~on pra~ to p~va~ ~h~,Is ~afioawid~ Tec~i~l As- sis~ce ~nt~c~ provide ~mimfion cxpe~ to those org~i- ~fio~ ~th Fro~ ~at We sho~ prorate cf bsing a~proved for di~e~na~on ~d provide o~h~r ~'i¢~ inducing ironing, pr~u~on md dism~u~on of ma~s, ~d tech~c~ support for grmte~. EHGIB~" ~Q~TS: A~li~t E~b~: Public ~d nonpro~t p~vale, organizations, or ins~tufions wi~ dcmo~uatcd cx~c in the ~c~ of applied education r~ch and pro~ d~e~afion. Applic~ for S~e Facilitator gr~ must bc lo~%ed in the S~te to be served. Appears for Develo~r DereGulator gran~ or Hxemplary pro- gr~ must have Progr~ E~ecfivene~ P~el approval. Benefi~ EH~: SE~, LEAs, BIA funded ~hooIs IH~, and other public ~d ~onprofit pdvale agenci~ org~i~tions, institu- tions, teachc~, ~d Mud~ts w~l bcnc~t. ~enfi~en~fion: Hone. ~PLICA~ON ~ AW~ PR~: Pr~ppH~flon ~or~fion: To ~ eligible for a Developer Demon- strator or Hxcmpl~ progr~ gr~, a program must have Pro- gr~ Effectiveness P~el approv~ prior $o the application closing date. ~is progr~ ~ cli~blc for coverage under E.G. 12372, 'Intcrgove~en~ Review of FederM Progr~." An applicant shoed co~ult the offi~ or official d~i~ated as the single point of con~ct in his or her S~tc for more info~afion on the process the S~te req~es to be followed in appl~ng for ~sistance, if the S~te h~ selected the progr~ for review. AppOrtion ProCure: Grant applications ~d contracl proposals should ~ s~t directly to the Department of Education. ~equ~B for Pro~sMs (~s) for Techni~ Assis~nce contacts are pub- lished in ~e Co~erce Busine~ D~ly. Requests for Applications for Hew Grant Awards arc published in the Fed~rM Register. Ap- pli~n~ should send their propo~s ~o the Department of ~uca- tion, Grants and Contracts Service, Application Control Center, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., KOB No, 3, Room 3633, W~h- ington, DC 20202~725. Awed ~ure: All propo~s are reviewed by a panel of gove~- ment ~d non-gove~ment expels and consul~n~ who make rec- ommendation. Dea~: D~dlines are publ~hed ~ the ~mmerce B~in~s Daily for conffacts and ~hc Fcde~ Register for grants. R~ge of Approv~hap~ov~ Time: ~rom 30 to 120 days. Ap~: Unsucc~sful contract applic~ts ~y request a clobbering by the Con~ac~ Offi~ in which s{renThs and wetness of their propels will ~ identified. RenewS: Project g~ts ~e us~ly awarded for a period not exc~d four ye~. Appli~tions to continue are submitted on an annum basis. Dead~n~ ~e announced by the pro~ o~ce. Re- new~ are subj~t to the av~lability of f~ds. A~I~ COHS~E~ONS: Fo~ ~d ~t~g R~ubem~: None. ~n~ ~d Time Ph~ing of ~ce: ~is~ is no,ally av~l- able for four y~ ~der HDH activities. R~ew~s are subj~$ to the av~lability of fun~. PO~ ~I~ ~Q~~: Re~: Repo~ on pro~s and ex~nditures in accord~ce wilh ~hc te~s of the contract or ~t. A~: ~e con~ac~g officeB or gr~ officers or their repr~nt- a~v~ shMl have audit and i~fion figh~ ~ accord~ce ~th ~e te~s of the contrac~ or R~or~: For contract, fin~c~ doc~men~ are Io ~ an~ ~he expiation of five y~ ~rom {he dale of ~nM payment accord~:c ~ ~e te~s of ~e contract. 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FL~.~NCL~L L~-FOR_'~L~TION: Accenat Idonfificat/ou: 91- ! 100-~I-~. Obligation: (Grants a~d contracts) FY 95 $11,7~0,(X~0; F-~" 96 vst not :dvnfifiable and 1~" 97 est $0. ('Note: The FY 96 e~mat~ will be de~_dned upon enactm:nt of the 199~ a~:pr~p~a~cn f~r ~ge ~d Av~ of F~ onstratvm ~gv from $30,~ to $1~,576; $74,152. S~te FaviH~- tom ~ge from $61,245 to $2~9,$~; $119~$4; Pfiva~ Sch~l Fa- cilitator award; $248,ff~. er Demons~tor proj~, 57 S~te Fav~i~tom ~d &v Private ~h~l Facili~tor were ~anded. S~W appli~fions for ~nt~uation dvvelo~r demv~tmtors were r~eived ~d ~1 were funded. ~-n~e appli~tions for now Develo~r Dcmo~atom were received, twenty-six were ~d~. ~e appli~fion for new S~tc Facilitator Proj~ were received, it w~ fund~. Fi~y-six appli- cations for continuation S~te Fac~i~tom were rec~ved, all were f~ded. One application for a con~fion Private School Facili~- tor project w~ r~eived and it w~ fund~. REG~ONS, G~~, ~D L~E: ~ntrac~: Feder~ ~d ~S procurement regulations (48 and 3). Grits: Program reg~atio~, 34 CFR 785, 786, 787, 788, ~d 789; and ~ucation Dep~m~t Gener~ Adm~strafive Reg- Mafions (EDGAR), P~ 74, 7~, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 86, and 98. 'Education~ Progr~ ~t Work", co,able from Sopfis W~t Inco~orated, ! 1~ Boston Av~, ~ngmont, ~lorado 80502-18~ ~dce $13.95, pl~ $3.~ s~pping). ~FO~ON CO~A~: Re~o~ ~ ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dq~ Office: Nafion~ Diff~ion Networ~ S~ and 1oc~ Services Division, Office of Refo~ Assis~nce ~d Di~mination, OERI, 555 New ~ersey Avenue, ~., W~gton, DC 20208- 5~5. Contact: Steve B~kcom. Telephone: (202) 219-2089. Use thn s~c number for ~S. ~LA~D PROG~S: None. EX~L~ OF ~ED PHOJE~: Prog~ ~ded ~der NDN cover topics such ~: (1) A compu~r pm~ d~i~ed to cnh~ce math ~d reading ab~ities; (2) read,g; O) writing; (4) comprehe~ion, ~ys~, ~d problem-~lv~g; (5) physi~ ~d other sciences; (6) adult literacy; (7) dro~ut proration; (8) ~t~ ry; ~d (9) h~lth and physic~ education. ~ FOR SE~G PRO~S~: ~ ¢v~ua~g applica- tions for Develo~r Demo~tmtor Presets, the SecreCy appli~ the following criteria: innovative approach; a~acy ~d fimeli- nero of progr~; the quMity of plan of operatinn; ~e q~iW of key personnel; the budget ~d cost~ff~fiven~; the eviction plan; the adequacy of resoar~; and the monitoring pl~ In ev~- ~ting S~te Facilitator applicatio~ ~e Secre~ appH~ the fol- Iow~g criteria: the q~ity of ~e pl~ of operation; ~e qu~iW of key ~rsounvl; the budget and cost~ff~fiven~s; the ev~uafion plan; ~e adequacy of resource; the monito~g pl~ cons~fion wi~ cer~in agencies d-~ng the prep~afion of the appli~fion; consul~tion and p~icipation d~g ~e proj~L i~ovafive semination stmte~, ~d abiHW to pro~4de ~fo~afion a~ut other pm~. ~ ev~g appli~fio~ for ~e P~vate ~h~l Facili~tor proj~ the ~re~y appli~ ~e follom~g cfite~: the q~W of &e pl~ of o~ra~on; th~ q~ity of key ~el; the budget ~d c~t~ff~fiven~ ~e ev~fion pl~; the adeq~- cy of resource; co~ulm~on wi~ ce~n agen~ dung ~e Vrep~afion of ~ appli~fion; copulation ~d p~pafion d~g the pro~ i~ova~ve e~v~ ~d abili~ to ~ovidv ~o~vn a~ut c~h~ pro- 84,078 SPECIAL EDUCATION--POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR PERSONS V~TI'H DISABHATIES FEDERAL AGENCY': OFFICE OF SPECLa~L EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION AUTHORIZATION: Individuals with Disabilities Educa~on Act, Part C, Section 625, as amended, 20 U.S.C. 1424a. A reauthorization of the IDEA is pending. OBJECFIVES: To develop, operate, and d~sseaninate specially de- signed model programs of vocational, technical, postsecondary, continuing or adult education for deaf or other individuals with disabilities. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants (Cooperative Agreements); Project Grants (Contracts); Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICI'IONS: The Secretary is authorized to make awards for: (l) Development and adaptation of programs of postsecondary, vocational, technical, continuing, and adult educa- tion to meet the special needs of individuals with disabilities; (2) programs that coordinate, facilitate, and encourage education of individuals with disabilities with their uondisabled peers; and (3) outreach activities that include the provisions of technical assist- anc~ to strengthen efforts in development, operation, and design of model programs that are adapted to the special needs of individ- uals with disabilities. In making grants or contracts, the Secretary must give priority consideration to four regional centers for indi- viduals who are deaf. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Apl~lie,~nt Eligibility: State educational agencies, institutions of higher education, including junior and community colleges, vocational and technical institutions, and other nonprofit educational agencies may apply. Bonetieiary Eligibility: Youth and adults with disabilities in postsec- ondary education will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplicatio~ Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designa.t- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. The standard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. Alpplication Procedure: Applications should be sent to: Department of Education Application Control Center, 600 Independence Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202. This program is subject to the pro- visions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Propo~ls are reviewed by outside experts and government personnel. On the basis of their recommendations and those of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Serv- ices, an award is made by the Secretary of Education. Dc~lline~: Contact the headquarters office for application deadlines. I~mge of Approval/Disepproval Time: Approximately 150 days. ApiceS: None. Ronew~.t~: Funding is on a one year basis with renewal from three to five years possible. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula an~l Matching Requirements: None. Lengt~ and Time Phasing of A~ista~ce: Grants are for periods of one to five years with yearly renewals f~r the m~lti-year grants. POST ASSISTANCE REQLrlP, EMENTS: Rt~-ts: Progress reports and final reports as req~red by award documem. Audit~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circ~ar N~. A- 128, 'Aud~t~ of State and Local (3overnmen~" State and local governments that receive financial a~tance of $I00~000 or more wi~n the State's tL~-.al year sha~l Eave an audit made for t~.at 896 773 T157691597
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~e in a~or~ "~h Circ'Aar Na A-I2L ~r i~ acccrdmc~ ~th Fed~ la~ ~5 re#a~r~ ~ch they p~cipa:e. R~ Re~r~ ~e to ~ retain:d te~s and conditions. ~L ~O~ON: idenfifiabl~ and ~ 97 ~t $0. {Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will be deter- mined u~n enactment of ~e 1995 appropfia~on for this progr~; the ~ 97 ~t ~411 be detemined upon completion of the IDEA r~uthod~fioa.) R~ge ~d Average of Fin~c~ A~Bm~m From $90,~ to $1,~,~; SI~,~ for m~el progr~s and $1,~,~ tbr re- gionM cente~ for the deaf. PROG~ ACCO~LIS~IE~S: In fiscal year 1995, 15 new aw~ds and 34 continuations are planned. ~G~A~ONS~ G~N~, ~D LITERAT~: 34 CFR 338. Published in the F~eral Register, June 25. 1984, VoL 49, p. 2599~2599. Amcndmcn~ published in Fede~ Register, March 2, 1987, p. 6142, October 22, 1991. I~O~A~ON CO~A~: R~on~ or ~ O~¢e: Not applicable. H~me~ O~ce: Division of ~ucational Services, Special Edu- cation Programs, O~ce of Assis~nt Secretary for Special Educa- tion ~d Rehabilitation, Deponent of Education, ~ Independ- ence Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202. Contact: Michael Ward. Telephone: (202) 205-8163. Use the same amber for ~S. ~D PROG~S: 84.~2, TRIO--Student Suppo~ Services; 84.126, Rehabilitation Scrvic~s~Vocationai Rehabilitation Grants to States. EX~IPL~ OF ~DED PROffEr: Demons~ation projects sup- port models d~igned to e~ance the role ~d capacity of career placement offices to provide pre-employment and employment op- po~unities for students with disabilities in community ~d four year colleges, universities, technicd and vocational institutes and adult and continuation education programs. Model projects must create ~d fac~imtc the cooperative effor~ of disabled student se~ic~ progr~ office, career placement o~ces, State vocation- al rehabilitation agencies, business and industry, where appropri- ate, ~d the ~sabled student community. The regional centers for the deaf provide specially designed or modified progr~s of sup- port services that enable students who are deaf from a multi-State region to participate in regular postsecondary offerings alongside their nondisablcd peers. ~A FOR S~E~G PROPOSALS: New projects funded will have individual criteria pert~ning to and listed in each an- nouncement. C~te~ for grit programs include: A) Plan of oper- ation; B) qu~ity of personnel; C) budget and cost-effectiveness; D) evM~tion plan; E) adeq~cy of resource; F} impact; G) ~r- tance; ~d ~ continuation of program. Subsequent submissions for contin~tions are judged by ths following criteria: A) progre~ re- ~#~; B) contin~tion pro~sal; C) site visit; and D) outside con- sulmnts (optional; usually a part of a dtc Wit). 84.083 WOUNDS EDUCA~ON~ EQ~ A~ PROG~M ~ AG~N~': O~ICE OF ASSIST~ SECRETARY FOR ELEMENTARY A~ SECO~Y EDUCATION, DEP~E~ OF EDUCTION ~n~, ~ V, Part ~, O~E~'~: (!) To pr~m~t~ ~ender e~it~~ ~ c~o~ in ~he United S~t~s; (2) to promote e~uity in ~aca~n ~rls w~ suffer from muI~iple fo~s ~f di~fiminafion b~d on ~x an~ race, ethnic ~figi~. or ag~ ~d {3) to Fr~v~de aI ager.~es and inshr.~ticra t~ meet the req,Ar~ta cf Tkt~ IX Uhe ~a~cn Am~dm~ cf I97Z U~ AN~ t'~ R~ONS: ~= Dep~m~t a~ard~ ~s in ~h~cI~ and (2) r~ch ~d d:-~alopm~t gT~ to velop m~el equity ELIG~ ~Q~~: A~#i~t ~#i~ ~ou# a nationwide com~exition, pubhc agenci~, p~ate nonprofit agenei~, insfi~fions, student groups community groups, and individ~s may apply. BejeWels" EIi#bi~': Public agencies private nonprofit agencies, in- stitutions, anti org~i~tions, student ~oups, community groups. ~d individuals will benefit. Cred~fi~s/Doeumen~on: Cos~ ~ll be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for S~te ~d l~al gove~men~ and OMB Circul~ No. A-1 I0 for nonprofit. ~PLICATION ~D AWeD PROS: Pr~#l~on C~r~ni~on: The s~d~d application forms ~ n~hed by the Federal agency and req~red by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for ~is prog~m. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, qntergove~ment~ Renew of Fedev al Programs.'" An applie~t should consult the office or ~fficiM d~ignMed ~ the single po~t of eon~ct in his or her State for more info~ation on the process thg State requires to be followed in ap#ying for ~sistance, if the State selected the program for review. A~iiea~on Proe~ure: Secure grant application forms m~d instruc- tions from ~e FederM Re#ster. A mailing list is main~ned in the Application Control ~nter for di~eminadng grit information. Prepare and addr~s submissions according to publ~hed directions. Approx~ately one of twelve grant applications is funded. This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. A~d ProCure: Applications and proposals ~e reviewed by a panel of ex~s in women's progr~s that represent various geo- graphicM are~, racial and ethnic groups, and levels of eduemion. FinM decisions on gran~ are made by the Secretary on the of the selection criteria published in the regulations and statutory considerations, and to the extent fe~ibM, on the b~is of geo- graphie~ distribufiom. S~eial consideration is given to applica- tions submitted by ap#icants that have not received assistance under this part. Deiflliaes: Establish~ for grants each year by notice published in the Federal Regist~. ~tablished for contracts in solicitation an- nouncements in the Commerce Bus~ DMIy. Range of A~rot~rov~ Time: Four months from receipt of applications. A~: None. RenewS: Aw~ds are made ann~ly. Secretary may sup~rt projects on a multi-year basis contingent on the availability of funds, ~d project ~I~ CONS~ONS: Fom~a ~d Matching Reo~emen~: None. ~# tnd Tim~ P~Ing of ~mce: Up to four yeas, subject to the availability of funds. POST A~I~AN~ REQUIR~E~: Re~: A tim] ~rfo~ance re~ mint be submitted. Projects may ~ subj~t to national eval~tions pedo~ed by the Department ~ucati~n. Au~: In ~cordmce with the prov~ions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of Smt* ~d ~ Government," State and local gove~en~ that receive fin~ci~ ~sistance of $I~,~ or more ~thin the State's fis~ year sh~l We an audit made for that ye~. State ~d local gove~en~ that r~eive between and $I~,~ wi~ the State's f~al ye~ sh~l We an audit made in ac~ord~ce with Circ~ar No. A-12S, cr in accordance ~ith F~eral laws and regalations gove~ing the programs which they pa~cipate. R~or~ Records are tc~ ~ ~ain~nefl ~ indicated in the grant or contrazt a%ard 774 6-96 TI57691598
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PROGraM ACCO~L~S: In f~ y~ 1995, o=e con- tract w~ con~n~ed, five new grits were aw~ded, 17 were con~in~ed. ~GULA~ONS, GU~ELI~, ~ ~TE~E: DepOnent Gener~ Adm~strafive Re~ladons ~DGAR) in ~4 CFK 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, gl, 82. 85, and 86. ~ORMA~ON CONTA~: Re~aal or ~ O~ee: Not applicable. H~dqu~e~ Offic~ ~ty ~d ~ucation~ Excellence Division, Office of Elementary and Second~ ~ucation, Dep~ent of ~ucation, ~ Independence, SW., Pomls Rm 45~, W~hington, DC 20202-6246. Telephone: (202) 2~2670. Use the same number for ~S. RELATED PROG~S: None. EXAMPL~ OF ~DED PROJE~: Projec~ ~e d~igned to in- crease the pmicipation of women and girls in math, science, and computer science co~ses. ~ER~ FOR SE~ING PROPOSAl: ~e selection cdtefia are outlined in the Education Depa~ment GenerM Adm~stratiw Regulations. Contact the program ~ffice for more informatio~ 84,086 SPECIAL EDUCATION~PROG~M FOR SEVERELY DISABLED C~LDREN ~DE~ AG~CY: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPAKTMENT OF EDU- CATION A~HORI~TION: Individ~s with Di~bilities Education Act, PaR C, Section 624. ~ amended, 20 U.S.C. 1~24. A reauthofization of the IDEA is pending. OBJE~ES: To address the s~ci~ education, related services, and early intervention needs of children and youth with severe disabil- ities. ~P~ OF ASSI~ANCE: Project Gran~; Project Gran~ (Coopera- tive Agreements); Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE R~TRI~ONS: Aw~ds ~e author~ed for re- se~ch, development, demonstration, trMning, di~emination and other acti~Ri~. Recipients of awards are required to c~rdinate th~ acti~ti~ with similar activiti~ a~isted under other sections of ~e Individuals with Disabilities ~ucafion Act. ~IG~IL~ ~Q~E~: Appfimt Eli#btli~: Public ~d private, nonprofit organizations, and imtitutions may apply. Beneficiaff Efi#bility: Inf=ts, t~dlers, c~ldren, ~d youth with severe di~biliti~ ~nefit. Cr~eafi~meamfion: Costs will be dete~ined in accordance ~th OMB Cireul~ No. A-87 for Sm~ ~d local governm~. APPLICATION ~D AWARD PR~S: Preapplicaflon ~r~floa: ~is progr~ is di#ble for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovv~men~ Review of FederM Pro- gr~s." An appli~nt should consult the office or official d~ignat- ed ~ the single ~int of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the pr~e~ the State requir~ to be follow~ in apply- ing for ~s~tance, ff the State ~ ~l~ted the pro~ for review. A¢~H~n Pr~e: ~e st~d~d appH~fion fo~s ~ rushed by ~e Fed~al agency ~d r~r~ by OMB Circul~ No. A-102 m~st ~e ~d for ~ prog~. ~ prog~ is subject to the x4si¢ns of OMB Circul~ No. A-110. NotiEcafion of awar~ ~ ~ rode ~v~gh the conduct ~am) ~ Con~ct ~he h~dq~e~ e~ce for ap~li~n d~dl~n~. ~ge of A~v~rov~ ~: From t~ to fo-~ Aplamls: No: al:l:Iic~bI~ R~newalm Funding is genera]ly incremental for lkree year Rer.e~s are s~bject to the av~abilty ~f f~u~ A~ST.~N~ CON~ONS: Fo~a ~d Matc~g R~uire~: Nc~ ~ ~d T~e Ph~g 0f A~e~ From 12 to 65 months. PO~ A~TAN~ Repot: Progr~g repo~ should ~ made on ~ ~nu~ ~. Final re~ should be ~bmiR~ al ~ end of ~e proj~t Au~: In accordance with the ~ro~io~ of O5~ Circal~ No. 128, 'Aud/~ of S~te ~d ~al Govemmenu,'" S~te ~d !o~ gove~en~ ~a~ receive fin~d~ a~sis~=e of $I~,~ or more wi~in the State's fiscal y~r sh~l have ~ audit made for ~at y~. State and Io~l govemmen~ that r~dv¢ between ~d $1~,~ within the State's fiscal year shall have ~ audit made in a=cor~nce with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the prog~s in which they p~tlcipate. R~or~: Accosts, records, and other evidence p¢~ning to all cos~ incurred. ~N~L ~FO~A~ON: Acco~t ldenflfl~fi0n: 91-03~2-1-501. Obli~fio~ (Gran~ ~d contracts) FY 95 $10,~,~; ~ 96 identifiable; ~d FY 97 ~t $0. (Note: The ~ 96 ~t will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; ~e FY 97 ~t will be dete~ined upon completion of the IDEA reauthorization.) Range and Avenge of F~cial ~s~ce: $135,~ to $7~,~; $190,~. PROG~M ACCOMPLISHME~S: In fiscal ~ear 1995, approxi- mately 43 awards ~e plann~. REG~ATIONS, GU~EL~, AND LI~RE: Title 34 CFR 315. F~ regulations published Augmt 24, 1987, Vol. 52; amend- ed October 22, 1991, June 29, 1992. ~FORMATION CONTA~S: Re~o~l or Loll Office: Not applicable. Headqa~e~ Offite: Di~sion of ~ucalional ~r~c~, Office of Sp~ial Education Programs, Assis~t Secretary, for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Service, Department of ~ucation, 6~ Independence Ave., SW., Switzer Bldg., Room 4620. W~hington, DC 20202. Contact: Dawn Hunter. Telephone: 002) 205-5809. Use the ~e number for ~S~ RELAT~ PROG~MS: 84.025, Servie~ for Children x~th Deaf- Blindne~; 84.024, Early Education for Children wi~h ~bilifies; 84.026, M~ia ~d Captioning Services for Individuals ~th Dis- abilities; 84.027, Special Educafion~Grants to S~t~; 84.028, Spe- ci~ ~ucation--Region~ Resource Center; 84.173, Special ~u- cation--Preschool Gran~; 84.158, Secondary Education and Tran- sitio~ Servic~ for Youth with Disabilities. E~IPL~ OF F~ED PROJE~S: Projects include developing innovative ways to educate children with severe disabiliti~ full- time in gener~ education classrooms, s~tewide systems change, modal inse~ice training projects, outr~ch proj~ts serving stu- dents with severe disabilities in integrated environment, and social relationships r~rch i~titute are e~mpl~. ~ITE~A FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Applications will be evalua~d on the basis of the criteria ~d wei~ing ~cto~ cited in the RFP or program reg~ations. Applications wiB be renewed for completene~ ~d confo~ity to the requirements of the R~ or program regulation. A pmel of q~lified ev~uators ~11 review and ~k the applimfions. ~,~7 ~IAN EDUCA~ON--~LLOWS~S FOR IND~ S~ENTS ~E~ AG~': O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~Y FOR ELEME~Y A~ SECO~ARY DEP~~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: EIemen~~ and Second~ ~umfion Ae~ ~, P~ A, Sa~pa~ 2, ~ ~mde~, P~bli= ~w I03-3~ 20 7~33. 6-96 775 T[57'691599
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m~i~u~ p~chok~, clini~I ps)~h:Io~, la~, ~u~fion, and r~- US~ &~ USE ~~ONS: Fellows~ips in~Iudc stipend, ~ndcnt Mlo~¢~, ~xt[on ~d fees, book Mlowanc~. and. in s~me ~, r~ch =d travel expenses. Recipien~ of fellowship aw~ds m~t ~ admitted to a full-time program of study at an credited college or univemity. A~li~t ~Ob~: An Indian. Indmn ~ea~s any individual who: (1) Is a member of a l~be ~r h~d including those tri~, bands, or groups te~ina~ed since 19~ and those reco~ized bF ~e S~te in wMeh they res~e; (2) is a d~ce~dant ~ the first or ~cond degree of any i~divid~ d~c~bed above, or (3) is cow,tiered by ~he Sec- recy of the Im~or to be an I~dian for ~y purpose; or (4) is an ~mo. AieuL or other Al~ka Native: U~ted Sta~es citizen; or (5) is a member of ~ organized group that had received a grant under the Indian Education Act as of October 19, 1994, ~d is in attend~ce, or who has been accepted for admission, ~ a full4ime graduate or undergraduate student in ~ eligible field of study at an accredited institution of higher education ~d reco~ized by that institution as a degree candidate may apply. An a~plicanl m~t no~ have obt~ned a retinal graduate or p~tbac~aur~te degree. Benefiei~ Eli,%iriS: An Americ~ Indian who is in attendance, or who h~ been accepted for admission, as a full-time graduate or undergrad~te student in an eligible field of study m an accredited institution of higher education ~d recognized by that institution as a degree candidate will benefit. Credenfi~s~oeumen~fion: Documentation that the applic~t ~s an Indian and h~ been accepted as a full-time student at ~ accredit. ed institution of higher education an~ reco~ized ~ a de~ee c~- didate. Acceptance by the instkution must be in an eligible field of study. This progr~ is excluded from coverage under OMB Cir- cular No. APPLICA~ON ~D AWARD PROC~S: Pre~pplle~tlon CoordMafion: ~e standard appIication forms ~ nished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O~ ~2372. A~fi~tlon Pr~edure: Applications are submitted by the students reedy to the Federal agency. ~e application packet is available from the headquarters o~ce. ~is progr~ is excluded from coy. erage under OMB Cir¢ular No. &-110. Awed Procedure: Applications are reviewed by panels of field read- e~ ~d agency personnel. Final selections are made by the Secre- tary of ~ueafion. Grants are made to universities in the name of the fellows. ~dfin~: Deadlin~ are e~tabHshed annually. The specific closing date is puMishe~ in the Feder~ Register. ~ge of A~rov~is~ro~! T~e: Approximately 120 days. A~s: None. RenewS: Students may be awarded a fellowship for up to four y~ deeding on the nodal course of study in their F~d3 a~e prox~ded on a y~rly ~s. w~th ~eh y~r's fund~ de~ndent u~n an approp~atlen from Congr~3 ~d peffo~ by the fellow. ~ntin~ed su~ may be provided at the end of eavh year ff ~e f~low E~ compI~ w~th t~e re~Ia- tion% re~ains a fall4i~e st~em in go~ standing ~ the field which ~e f~owship was aw~ded, and h~ s~b~ed a noncom- peting contin~fion appli:afi~n f~r additional A~~ CONSignORS: ~n# ~d T~t ~Mg ~f ~c~ Pa~en~ are ~e to tuti~ns at the ~eginni~g c.f ~h a~:~ic F~r. ~e POST .~SI_~-f.~,N'CE REQtYIREMEN-IN: ~ ~it~ ~ da~z from uhe s~ c~ ~:h a~demi; ~e~, ~d a reFz~ cf their grcgr~ (~g-, ~a~ ~:d) at are re~ired to Fe~z.r~ '~ork tiat ~ d~tly relate~ to i~g r~eived ~d that ~=e~ In~ F~pt~ or repay AI or a ~re- rated potion of ~ fends reeeNed. A~ None. Reccr~ Not applieaMe. FINANCIAL Account I~enfifi~fion: 91-0101-0-1-501. Ohlig~g~ns: (Gmn~) ~" q5 ~I,505,~3; FY ~6 ~t $1,117,~; and R~ge ~fl Average of F~eial ~sis~ee: For risen y~ 1995, $2,152 to $49,375; PROG~I ACCO3~S~IE~S: In fiscal y~r 1995, 10[ aw~d~ were merle. REGULATIONS, GUIDELI~S~ AND L~RE: Regulations are in Title M C~ 263. i~ONMATION Regional or Loe~ Office: Not applicable. Headqua~e~ Ofgee: Office of Indian ~u~tion, Element~ Secondary Education, Depa~ment of Education. Contact: Indian Fellowship Program, 6~ Independence Avenue, SW., W~hing- ton. DC 20202. Telephone: (202) 2~1756. Use the ~me number for RELA~D PROG~MS: 84.29% Indian ~ucation--Speeial Pro- grams. EX~L~ OF ~ED PRO~E~S: Fellowships are awarded individual AmeHe~ Indi~ and Al~k~ Native student. CRI~R~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSe: Consideration is given to academic record, acadmic potential, and commitment to the Indian Fellowship Prog=m and Indian eommuni6~. 84.094 HARRIS ~LLOWSH~S FEDE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT EDUCATION A~HOR~A~ON: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title IX, Part B, ~ amended, 20 O.S.C. l13M-l134f. OBJE~VES: The Hmis Fellowship Program (HFP) is designed to provide Federal gr~ to institutions of higher education to ~sNt in making available the benefits of m~ter's level, prof~ion~, and doctoral education pro~am~ to women and individuNs from mi- nority groups who are underrepr~ented in such progr~. HFP grants provide for fellowsNps for quMified individ~s p~su- ing postbaccMaureate degrees in a~demie career finds of high na- tional priogty or that ~e the public ~ter~t. ~e gr~ include an institutional payment, to cover the indi~dual fellow's tuition and fe~, ~d a stipend for the fellow. TYP~ O~ ASSlST~CE: Project Grits. US~ AND USE ~~O~ Fellows must mNntain satisfaetow academic records, be full-time students, demons~ate need, ~d not ~gage in unrented emplo)~ent. ELIGIB~I~' ~QU~EME~: A~lle~t Eli~': Any accredited institution of higher edu~on, other ~ a ~hool or dep~tment of divinity, with a ~duate or profesfioM progr~ leading to an adv~d or prof~sionN degree may apply. Berkeley ~i~k~': Persom accepted by ~ approved institution as a f~-fime candidate for an ~v~¢~ de~ee ~d a elan or native of the United S~tes or, • an Nien wi~ pe~ent resident ~tus, ~.iI! benefit. Cre~n~/~eumen~tl~m Applicati~ in a form to ~ pr~M m~t ~c ~Md ~i~h ~e Secre~. ~ ~r~g~m N ex~l~d~ from co~'erage ~fler OMB Circ~lar No. A-87. nish~fl by th: F~eml agent)' ~d reqmrefl by OMB 776 6-96 T15769160C
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A-I02 mu~t I:e u~:l for thi~ t:r~gram. Th~ Frc~ ~s eli~ble f~r d~i~t~ ~ ~e sin~e ~e~nt of ccn~:t in kL~ ¢r ~er S~te fcr in ap~I}~g far ~ii~c~, ff the S~t~ ~ selected th~ prog~ for review. A~ffoa ~ I~cfio~ ~d fo~ concem~g application pr~flur~ will be mail~ to ~1 eli~hI~ insfi~fions rationing li~fian of the fund~g criteria ~ the Federal R~ster. ~ pro~ gr~ is sabj~t to the pro~io~ ofOMB Cir~ No. A-110. Awed ~ed~: Panels of expel, ineIuding expe~ from o~ide lhe Gove~t, ~411 a~pr~se a~ appli~fions ~d the program offi~ will r~eommend f~fling to ~e Secretly who wit lhe ~ decisions. ~t Nofic~ ~ ~oun~fl in ~e Fefler~ Register. ~ge ~f A~g~)~o~ Time: ~e range is six months. A~; None. ~aew~t Request for contin~tion of suppo~ is done on a noncom- pefitive b~is, b~ed on the av~labili~ of funds. A$SI~ CONS~E~ONSt ~o~ ~fl M~te~g R~r~m~ ~ere is ~o matching for feb lowships aw~ded for m~ter's level or prof~slon~ study. An stitution aw~defl ~ gmt for doctorfl study fellowships must pro- vide fin~ci~ suppo~ in the amount of the fellows need ~d w~vcr of t~tion and fees dudng the third and fourth ye~s of the ~t. ~n~ ~d T~e Ph~in~ of ~t~ee: FellowsMps ~e aw~flcd for one yc~. Renew~s or extensions will depend upon evidence of prop, s dung the preced~g year. Project peri~ is up to 36 months for ~ter's level and professio~ study fellowships and ~ monks for doctor~ study fellowships. PO~ ~SISTANCE REQU~ME~: R~p0m: To be dete~ined by the Secretary. Au~: As required by regulations. R~cor~: All re~rds must ~ rctalned for a ~fiod of five yea~ from the tcmination of the awed. ~AN~ ~O~TION: Ae~unt Iden~fi~on: 91-0201~-1-502. Ob~e~: ~ 95 $10,I~,~; ~ 96 ~t no~ identifiable; ~d FY 97 est $0. (Note: The FY 1996 est ~11 be dete~ined u~n enact- ment of the 19~6 approp~ation for this progr~.) ~e ~fl A~ersge ol Fin~eial A~i~ce: ~ch fellowship is wo~h $14,~ or the fellow's financi~ need, whichever is less, pl~ $7,~ to $9,~ in an ~fitutional allowance for fisc~ year 19~5. PROGR~ ACCOMPLISheS: In fis~l year 1995, approxi- mately 2~ fellowships wcrc awarded. ~G~ONS, GU~, AND LI~R~T~E: Av~lablc from the headqu~c~ o~ce. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~o~ ~ ~c~ O~ee: Not applicable. H~m~ O~e~ Division of Higher ~ucation Incentive Pro- grams, O~cc of Posis~ond~y Educa~on, Dcp~tment of ~uca- tion, ~ Independence Avenu~ SW., W~hington, DC 20202- 5251. ~n~: ~tte Rye. Telephone: (202) 2~-3~& Use ~¢ num~r for ~S. ~D PR~MS: None. ~~ OF ~ED PROJE~: Under the procure, fellow- shi~ have be~ mad~ ~ such ~ ~ the physical scienc~ ~i~ ~ienc~, life sciences, engining, ~nd law. For ~blic ~c¢ ~umfion, fellows~ps have ~en award~ for progr~s ~ M~ter of Public Adminis~ation, M~t~ of ~blic A~, ~er of ~b~c Policy, M~ter of Public M~gement, M~ter of Urb~ Smfli~, ~d P~'s ~ ~blic Adminis~ation. ~ FOR S~G PROPOSAl: ~e S~re~ sh~l ~'~ 5~ ~ce~t of the ~o~ approp~t~d for ~w~ for m~ ter~ level ~d ~rof~ion~l ~udy; ~fl ~ ~rc~m ~o make aw~ for fl~tor~ s~dy. New re,ions for ~e pro~ were ~hed cn Au~t 12. 199~, ~ the F~e~ 84.097 LAW SCHOOL CLEVIC.~L EXPERIENCE PROGI~! FEDEI~., AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTAN~T SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Higher Edueatio.n Act of 1955, Title IX, Part G, as amended, 20 U.S,C. 1134-1134v. OB,IECI'I~,~S: (a) Continue, establish, or expand programs in law schools to provide clinical experience to students in the practice of law;, and (b) expand programs of clinical experience to include, but not be limited to. any of the following: (1) Development of new areas of clinical experience; (2) increase in the number of partici- pating students; and (3) development and implementation of new teaching techniques. Absolute preference is given to those pro- grams that pro%dde legal experience in the preparation and trim of actual cases, including administrative cases and the settlement of controversies outside the courtroom; and that provide service to persons who have difficulty in gaining access to legal representa- tion. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES ANti USE RESTRICTIONS: Grants are limited to not more than 50 percent of the total direct cost of establishing, expanding, or continuing a clinical law program. Currently, the Secretary set the maximum Federal share at 65 percent to establish programs, 50 percent to expand programs, and 35 percent to continue pro- grams of legal clinical experience. No law school may receive more than $250,000 in any fiscal year under this program. Costs are limited to expenditures for planning, preparation of related teaching materials, and administration; faculty training, payment for the direotor and other faculty or attorneys directly involved in supervision; travel and per diem for faculty and students; and other related activities in connection with the program. Student stipends are an allowable cost under this program for work in the public service that meets the Secretary's priorities, and is per- formed as part of any such program at a time other than during the regular academic year. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Individually accredited law schools and a oom- bination or consortium of accredited law schools may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Law school students enrolled in accredited schools of law will benefit. Credentials/Doenmeattation: Applications for these grants must be filed with the Secretary in the manner prescribed in the Federal Register and the application booklet. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapi)lieation Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage " under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. Application Procedure: Instructions and forms detailing application procedures are mailed to all accredited taw schools upon request. This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- ll0. Award Procedure: Panels including nonfederal experts from law schools and private practice will appraise all applications and rec- ommend funding to the Secretary who will make f'mal deoisiuns. D(mdlines: Contact the program office for deadlines. Rmage of Apl~ro,al/Dlsapproval Time: Approximately four months. Apl)eats: Not applicable. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matektng R~ulremettts: Each successful applicant will be req~red to f,.ma;.sh at least 35 percent of the total cost of estab- Ikshing a clinical la~.. program, 65 percent to centm.~e a cImical law program, z~:d -~0 percent to expand a clinical law program. 6-96 777 T157691601
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Re~r~: All r~ords m~s~ ~e re~d l~r Fed~r~] a~di~o~ f~r a pefi:~ cf five y~ from ~ t~ua~n of ~e awed ~.~ ~O~L~ON: Account Id~n~fion: q I ~201-9-1-592. Obli~fia~: (Oran~) ~ 95 $13,222,~: ~' 96 est not idemtfiable: and ~ 97 ~ 50. (Note: ~e ~ 96 e~fimate ~qll be dete~ned u~n enactment of the 1996 a~pro~dafion for this procure.} Range ~d Average $124.350. PROGR~i ACCOMPLISHME~S: For fiscal year 1995. 131 awards were made. REG~ATIONS, G~DEL~, accredited law schools upon request ~d also available from head- quarters office. Final regulations were published in the Federal Register on April 16, 1987 ~olume 52, No. 73). IN~O~ON CONTA~S: Re~onfl ~r ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dqn~e~ Office: Division of Higher ~ucation Incentive Pro- grams, Office of Pos~econdary ~ucation, Depa~ment of Educ- tion, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202- 5329. Contact: John Lank. Telephone: (202) 260-3281. Use the same number for RELA~D PROGRAMS: None. EX~iPL~ OF ~NDED PROJE~S: Awards have been made to fund projects in criminal civil, and t~x law, among others. Other projcc~ include consumer and employment-related legal activities. CR~RIA FOR S~E~NG PROPOSAl: ~e cti[eda to be ~ed in evaluating applications ~e included in prog~m re.lotions pub- lished on July 14, 1981. as amended, 52 FR 12508, Ap~ 16,1987, and 57 FR 49650, November 3, 1992, 34 CFR 639, the Education Depa~ment General Administrative Regulations and 34 CFR 74 and 75. 77. 79. 82, 85. and 86. 84.101 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION~INDI~S SET- ASIDE FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION. DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~ON: Carl D. Perkins Vocation~ and Applied Tech- nology Education Acl, Title I, Section 103, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2303. OB~V~: To make grits and contrac~ with Indian Tribes or tribal organimtions and Bureau funded sch~ls to plan, conducL ~d administer programs or portions of pro~ams authored by and consistcnt wi~ the Cad D.Pe~kins Vocational Education Act. ~ES OF ~SISTAN~: Pro~ect Grant~ (Cooperative Agr~ments); Project G~ (Contracts). USES AND USE ~IONS: To provide vocational and ~echni- ca1 education opportunities for Indians m~d Ai~kan Natives. Ap~t ~bi~: ~igibte to contracl with the Secretary of ~c Inledor for th~ admin[slration of progr~ under the Indi~ Self- Dete~inafion and Eduction A~mnce Ac[ of 1975 Act of April 16, 1934, and Baron funded school~ B~efi¢~ E~b~: F~erally r~o~zed Indian tribes, Al~kan Native, and Baron funded schools. Ct~en~~a~on: Costs will ~ dete~ined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-~7. ~P~CATION ~ AW~ Pt~ii~fion C~tion: Ap~lication fo~s ~d apVIi~on f~ ~ fu~hed by the Fede~ agency ~d re- quoted by O5~ C~rcuI~r N~,. A-102 ~st be ~d f~r th~s vro- gra~ Th~ pro~ is excl~efl from coverage ~n~er ~0. IZ~Z Appl/cation Pr~edurm AI:pli~:aIiz,r~ ~t be l:reFaxed and cluflcd frcm c~xmge under OMB Circ~ No. A-II0. li,~n ~, at~ negzfia~on is ce~p!e~, the DepOsit cf ~u~- tion Gmn~ O~cer sen~ ~c N~ttfi~gi~n cf G~t A~d to redpient. M~ Nc, tice cf applimtion deadlin~ are ~ublished in the Fed- err RcNs~er. R~ge of A~ro~iss~rov~l Time: Between 120 ~d 150 ~ym Ap~: After recN~ng nodce from the Secretaw l~t the Depa~- meat of ~du~tion will not award a grit ~e eliNMc applicant, has 30 calendar days to rcqu~t ~ writing a being to review the Secremw's decision. Renew~ Not applicable. ASSIST~CE CONS~E~ONS: Formuls ~ Msteh~g Req~emen~: TMs program h~ no statutow fo~a or matching requ~emems. LenNh ~ Time Ph~ag of A~is~n~: ~e Iotal project period may not exceed three ye~s. POST ASSISTAN~ Re~: Specific reporting requiremenN are ~nmined in the regula- tions award documenN. A~N: An audil mus~ be conducted every two years and should be a par~ of the recipients financiN management ~d internal control. Record: See Education Deponent General Administrative Re~la- tions, Title 34 CFR 75 and 77. FINANC~L ~ORMA~ON: Aecounl Idenfifi~fion: 91-~-0-1-501. Obli~fions: (Or~ ~d contracts) ~ 95 $12,5~,~; FY 96 est not identifiable; and FY 96 ~ $0. ~ote: The FY 96 ~t will bc deter- m~ed u~on enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the FY 97 ~t will be dete~ed upon completion of the v~a- fional education programs reauthoriza~on.) R~ge ~ Average of FJ~cl~ ~ce: $1~,092 Io $702,126; $325,037; one comract for $307,797. PROG~ ACCOMPLIS~E~S: ~irty4wo continuations and s~x new Indian projects were funded. ~GULATIONS, GUIDEL~, A~ L~E~TU~: Regulations, Title 34 CFR ~. INFORMATION CONTA~S: ReNoa~l ~ ~ OI~ee: See Appendix IV of the CatMog for a list of the addr~ses of the Department of ~ducation's reoonN o~c~. Nesdq~s~e~ O~ce: Division of NationN Programs, O~ce of Voca- tional and Adult Education, Depa~ment of ~ucation, 6~ Inde- pendence Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202-7242. Contact: Ro- berta Lewis. Telephone: (202) 205-5680. Use the s~c number for ~S. R~A~D PROG~St 84.~8, Vocational ~u~tion~B~ic Grants to Smt~; 84.062, Indian Edu~fion--AflMt Eflu~fion. EX~PL~ OF ~ED PROJE~: ~e Miss~ippi B~d of Choctaw Indians is conducting a three y~ program for b~ie sNHs, tribal m~ufac~u~ng, tNbM and local bmin~, and ldbal en- )erpfis~. The proj~t is housed and o~ra~ed out of Ch~mw V~ cationa~ Center, ~iladelph~ Mi~ppL ~e SalNh Koote~i Cringe is conducting a three ye~ program in building ~rad~ sec- rem~al ~ienc~ computer science, forest ~o]ogy and bmic sMlls. ~e CNlege ~so conducts a S~te Hcens~ ~ate degre~ nursing program. ~e proJect is Ioca~ at Pablo, Monna. ~R~ FOR 8E~ PROPOSe: ~e following are utilized in revlew~ng apNications. A segment or segmcnm of an apN~tion should ~dr~ each criterion, PoinN are aw~ded to the ex~t ~at evidence in the apNieation ~ti~ each c~tc- don: (a) Progr~ @ac~o~ (20 poem); @) n~ (m~m~ 20 points); {c) pl~ of ~perafion (m~imum 20 poin~); (d) q~ity of key ~monnel (maximum 10 ~inN); (e} budget ~d cost~ffecfive- nc~ (mmx~um 10 ~W~); 10 evN~tion p~ (max~m~ 10 roin~); ~d f~) em~loym~t ogpogunifi~ (~ I0 ~in~). Addific~ ~s for In~n ~rogram: ~o~omic developm~l c~ crdina~cn ~5 pcL~) a~d tfib~ly con~olled commu~ty coIIcg~ 778 6-96 T15769160.I
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84,103 HIGHER EDUCATION~TRIO STAFF "I'RAL-N~ G PROGRAM CrRIO Staff tragaiag) FEDERAL AGENLT: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECT~ETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Hig:har Education Act of 1965, Title IV, Part A, Subpart 2, Chapter 1, Section 402G, as amended, 20 U.S.C. 1070d- Id. OBJECT1WES: To provide training for staff and leadership personnel employed in, or preparing for employment in, projecls funded under the Federal TRIO Programs (grog~ar~ numbers 84.042, 84.044, 84.047, 84.066, and 84.217. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND LTSE RESTRICTIONS: Grants are awarded to eligible grantees to provide training for staff and leadership personnel of funded Federal TRIO Programs projects. The grants may provide support for conferences, seminars, internships, workshops, and the publication of manuals designed to improve the operation of Fed- oral TRIO Programs projects. ELIGIBILrI'Y REQUIREMENTS: Aplflicant Eligibility: Institutions of higher education, public and non- profit private agencies and organizations may apply. Beneficiary EligibililT: Leadership personnel, full-time and part-time staff members of projects under the Federal TRIO Programs, and individuals preparing for employment as staff or leadership per- sonnel in projects under the Federal TRIO Special Programs will benefit. Credentials/Documentati0m Costs will be determined in accordance with the Education Department General Administrative Regula- tions (EDGAR). This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-$7. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplicatlon Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Develop a proposal in accordance with pro- gram regulations, applications, and timetables issued by the Secre- tary of Education. No State plan is required. Requests for pro- gram applications should be made to the Division of Student Serv- ices. This program is subject to the provisions of the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR). This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A- 110. Award Procedure: Selected field readers evaluate new proposals on the basis of the selection criteria specified in 34 CFR 642.31, Grants are awarded thxough the Contracts and Grants Service Branch. Deadlines: Deadlines are published in the Federal Register. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: From 90 to 180 days, Al~l~eals: None. Renewals: Continuation awards of one year is approved on an annual basis, subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: This program has no statutory formula or matching requirements. Length and Time Phasing of Assls~mee: One or two year projects, annual awards. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Performance reports are submitted on an annual basis. Audits: In accordance with the Education Department General Ad- ministrative Regulations (EDGAR and 34 CFR 75.702, 74.61.) Records: In accordance with 34 CFR 75.730, 75.731, and 75.732. Fi NANCL~,L INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91dY2~1-0-1-~02. Obligations: (Gra~r~) FY 95 $'2~016~(~30; l~" 96 est not identifmbl~ and l~" 97 e~t $2~016,000. (Nvte: The FY 96 e~t ,,~1 be deter- ~d~e~! ,~,~ e~'~em of ~e 1~6 app~o~r~n fcr t~ pr~- Range and Average of I~/aaacial /~istance: 5~,0C(, to PR~M ACCO~~~: ~ ~:ed I,~ Federal T~ Pro~ are r~ng tr~g ~der ~'el~'e ~G~ONS, GU~EL~, A~ ~~ ED~ ~d reunions 34 ~ ~FO~ON CON~A~: R~0~ or ~ Office: Not appIi~ble. H~e~ Offi~: Di~ion of Stud~t S~ic~, O~ of Pos~c- ond~y ~ucadon, Dep~ent cf ~ucafion, ~ Indcpendcnc~ Avenue, SW., W~h~on, DC 20202-5249. On~ct: Pa~cia S. Luc~ Td~hone: (202) 708~8~. Use ~e s~¢ nmb~r for ~S. ~L~D PROG~IS: 84.~2, TRIO--Stud~t Suppo~ Se~ices; 84.~, T~O--Tal¢at Se~ch; ~4.~7, ~O--Upw~d Bound; 84.0~, ~O--Edu~do~ Op~unity ~nt¢~; 84.217, McNMr Post-Bac~am~ Achi~nt. ~L~ OF ~ED PRO~S: Pro~ pfiofid~ for ~Mning ~ for fis~l y~r 1994 w~ t~en from the listed ~ S~tion ~2.34 of ~ progr~ rc#ado~ ~ publhhed in ~¢ Fed~M Re#ter da~d September 24, 1993. ~e select~ ofiti~ ~e ~ follows: (1) Stadent fin~ciM ~d; (2) gcnerM project m~gcmcnt for new director; (3) legislative ~d reg~atow rc- q~menm for ~e operation of Federal TRIO progr~; ~d (~) d~i~ ~d operation of model programs for projec~ funded under the F~e~ ~IO programs. ~ FOR ~LE~ING PROPOSe: ~c Secre~ will ~lect applic~ts to ~ funded for new aw~ds under this p~t on • e b~ of criteria set foRh M 34 C~ 642.31. (A) ~e S~re~ m~ the criteria in tMs p~a~aph to evMuate applicafio~ for new aw~ds. ~e m~m ~orc for ~ of the criteria ~ 1~ ~inm: Plan of opera~on (20 ~in~); ~) quMity of key personnel (20 ~); (c) budg¢t ~d cost-effectiven~ (10 pointQ; (d) evMuafion pl~ (10 ~); (e) adeq~cy of resourc~ (15 ~Mm~ (0 need (25 poMP). ~) P~t peffo~ce. For applic~m ~at have conducted a project within the ~rcc fm~l yca~ pdor to the fmcal y~ for .which the applicant is applying, the SecreCy comidcrs the past ex~fiance of the applic~t on ~c b~is of 34 C~ ~2.32, and the Higher Education T~hnical Amendmcn~ Act of 1993. ~.116 ~ND FOR THE ~ROVEME~ OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCA~ON (~PSE) ~DE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~Y FOR PO~SECOND~Y EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Higher ~ucatinn Act of 1965, Title X, P~ A, ~ mended, Public ~w 102-325, 20 U.S.C. I135-1135a-3. OB3E~: To provide assistance for innovative programs that im- prove acc~ to and ~e q~lity of postsccondaw eduction. ~ES OF ~S~: Project Gr~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: ~ Fund provides project grants for activities spo~ored by institutions ~d agenci~ ~at develop and d~mom~atc more effective approaches to the pros~ion of ~s~ondaw ~ucation. In 1994 priority wm #yen to activities relat~ to: (1) ]mprovMg retention ~d gmd~tion rat~; (2) pmv~g college-school c~tio~ (3) devclop~g n¢w m~Ms for int~a~g work =d le~ing; (4) s~p~g c~riculm refo~; (~ m~hg c~p~ c~t~e more conducive to a~demic pro~s; (6) developing faculty ~ prof~ionals; (~ ex~¢nting ~th new ways to ~n~ q~ity ~d acc~sibility of d~pitc shHn~ng re,urea; (8) d~fing pro~rly r~chcd =d d~umcntcd ~la~o~ to nat£o~ probl~ in higher edu~- dcm Co~cdon cos~ will not be co,doted. R~ues~ for cq~pmcnt ~ sfi~ ~e given low priority. Ap~mt g~ ~ full r~ge of provide~ cf ~a~o~ ~ic~ tn¢l~g but =ot ~t~ to: ~'~ ~ four- y~ coH~ =d unix~ co~unity or~o~, I~ 6-96 779 T157691603
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mu,~eums, ccr.~crt~ student ~-oup~, ~d I~ go~t ins~m~o~ ~d org~o~ a~ed~t~ ~d noma~edi~ ~II ~nefiL ~~m~om ~ts pr~ is ~xcluded fram under O~ CircuI~ N~. A-~7. ~PLICA~ON A~ AW~ PRO~S: ~H~on ~fioa: Reco~e~d con~ct whh ~e Fund di- rectly at (202) 7~8-575& A~li~fion fo~s are ~s~ by Fund ~1 (2~2) 205~1~. ~s ~rcgr~ is ~cluded from coverage under O~ Circ~ No. A-102. ~is pro~ is eligible for cov- erage under E.O. 12372, 'I~ergove~m~ Renew of Fede~l Prv~s." ~ applier shoed cons~t the vffi~ or offici~ d~- i~ted ~ the single ~int of cvn~ct in his or her S~te for more infc~at[vn vn ~e ~r~e~ the S~te requir~ to be followed in ap- pl~ng for ~s~n~. if the S~t~ h~ ~lect~d the progr~ for review. A~H~fion ~e: ~ere is a two-s~ge proposal process. Pre- li~n~y pro~s ~e sabmiitcd directly to the F~d. ~e five- page documen~ s~te ~e problem to ~ addr~sed, pro~de a de- sv~pfion of the pro~am, indicate ~ ev~ua~n fc~at ~d list a budget. ~is pro~ is subjevt to the pro~sio~ of OMB Circu- lar No. A-II0. Success~l prelimin~y appli~ are ~vited to submit fi~l propo~s. Awed ~ed~e: Proposes are re~ewed by field r~ders, by staft~ by the Bo~d of the Fund, by the D~evtor, and by approp~ate Dep~t offici~s. S~te Postsecond~ ~u~tion Commissions must be Wen an op~ity to cogent on projec~ funded in their S~tvs. D~n~: D~dl~ for fis~ year 1996 ~m~fitions may be ob- tained by con~ct~g the Fund at (202) 708-5750. R~ge of Apgrov~rov~ Time: From four to six months. Ap~: None. RenewS: AppHcativns for renewal of m~ti-y~ projects are proc- ~sed ~d f~ded ~fore those for new project. Renewals arc sub- ject m the av~lability cf funds. ~SI~AN~ CONS~ONS: Fo~ula ~d ~tc~g R~u~emen~: The Fund suggests that some institution~ f~ ~ ~cluded as p~t of progr~ suppo~, but this is not req~red by cuffent le~slation or regulation. ~n~h ~d Time Ph~g of ~l~ee: ~e Fund will suppo~ multi- ye~ projec~ on a de~li~ng fund b~is; grits ~e awarded on a one to three y~r b~is, wi~ ph~ing of ~s~t~cc as required. Funds are rele~ed ~ required. PO~ ~I~ ~Q~E~: Re~: ~e Fund will require ~odlc pro~e~ ev~uation repots from g~t rc~pien~, ~ well ~ a final repo~ upon rumination of fund~g. A~: ~mpli~ with s~nd~d ~ucation Depa~ment audit re- quirements. R~r~: Grit recipients will be gcquircd to m~n~n s~ndard fi- ~nci~ r~ords. ~NAN~ ~O~ON: Accost ld~fl~: 91~201~-1-~2. ObH~flo~: (G~ts) ~" 95 $17,543,~ ~ 96 est ~o~ identifiable; ~d ~ 97 ~t $18,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t ~ll ~ d~ter- m~ed u~on ena~t of the 1996 approp~on for ~ pr~ ~.) $70,~. PR~ A~O~~: In f~ y~ 1995, the aw~ded a~ximately 75 new ~ ~d 119 c~nfinuafivn gr~. ~G~ONS, G~D~, ~D L~~: Program i~- fv~a~vn ~ are Vu~h~ ~ly. ~ga~v~ ~e in ~e Fede~ Re~en Cvn~t ~e ~rv~ office for mzre fo~vn. R~o~I ~ ~ Offi~: N~t a~FIi~ab]~ 780 ~96 Hea&t~arters Office: F~,'~cl far the L'nprovement cf ton, DC 20202-5175. ~n~ct: Proton Fcr~ TeI~kcne: 1202) T0~-5750. U~ ~ ~e numb~ for ~. liber~ ~ cu~culum; 2) im~rov~ ~der~d~e t~ch~n~ improved ~d~e e~on; 4) improved a~ for Black~. p~i~, ~ o~er minofifi~; ~ c~ti~n ~tween co]le~ and b~s; 6) t~cher eduction; ~d 7) ~ of technology. ~ FOR SE~G PROPOSe: 1) I~ c~mp~ative con- ~bu~on to the F~d's gener~ criteria 0e~er-cen~eredne~, broad impact, cost~ecfiven~); 2) i~ comF~a~ve contribution to the relev~t pro~am o~ecfiv~; 3) ~e extent to which, meeting ~e goM~ the project repr~ent~ ~ improvement upon, or sight dep~e from ~isting pracfiz~ 4) the ~xtent to w~ch the pro~t involv~ pr~s~, feature, or products cable in o~er ~s~cend~ educational ~ttings; 5) the fe~ibility of i~ project d~i~, includ~g budget ~d evaluation plans; 6) evi- dence of commi~ent to the pro~ activity, including, when appropriate, institutional cost-sh~ng; 7) its potential for continu- ation ~ter F~d suppo~ (u~s it is self-termi~ting); and 8) its appropfiaten~ for F~d sup~ in te~s of the availability of other extem~ funding sourc~ for the pro~sed activities. ~,120 ~NO~ SCONCE IMPROVEMENT ~E~ AGENt: O~ICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Higher ~ucation Act of 1965, Title X, Part B. Subp~ I, ~ a~nded, ~ S~t. 1561, 20 U.S.C 1]35b, ]135, 1135d. OB~V~: (I) To ~ist institutions to improve the qu~ity of prep- aration of their studen~ for graduate work or ~reers in physical and s~i~ science; (2) to improve acce~ of ~dergraduate minori- ty studen~ to c~ee~ in the physi~l ~d s~ial sciences, mathe- ~tics ~d eng~eer~g; (3) to improve acce~ for precollege mi- nofily studen~ to c~e~s in phyd~ ~d s~ sci~c~ ~d engi- neering through precollege en~c~ent programs conducted throu~ cli~ble colleges ~d unive~iti~; and (4) to improve the capab~ity of predo~tly m~ofity i~titutions for self-~ess- taunt, m~agemcnt ~d evaluation of their ph~ical ~d social sci- ence pro~s and d~emination of their r~ul~. ~P~ OF ~SIST~ Project Grants. US~ ~ USE ~~ON~ Grant fun~ may be ~ed pang cos~ n~e~ for improving ~d m~t~n~g high quality science ~d cng~ee~g education prog~ms in mino~ty ond~ i~titudons, including ~!~ and wages, equipment and insVucfion~ matefi~s ~d suppli~, travel re~ted to the pro~cct acti~ties, faculty development, and other direct and indirect costs. E~GIB~ ~QU~~: App~t ~: Private ~d public accredited two-~d four-year instimdo~ of hi~er cduca~on whose enro~men~ arc pr~omi- ~tly (50 w~nt or more) Am~n Indi~; AI~ Native: Blac~ not of Hisp~c origin; ~panic (~cluding persons of M~, Pu~o ~, Cub~, ~d ~mral or South American ofigin); Pa~fic ~l~der; or ~y comb~ation of ~ or other et~c m~orid~ who ~e ~de~epr~ented in science ~d engi- n~n8 ~y apply. Appli~fions may a~ ~ sub,teed by prof~- slonal ~icnfific ~ieti~. ~d ~! nonprofit ~cr~it~ colleg~ and univetdfi~ w~ch ~ll render a need~ sc~i~ ~o a ~oup MSIP-e]i~ble t~dtufio~ or provide in-sewice training for pr~ec~ d~r~t~, ~i~t~ or ~ee~ from eI~le m~ofity i~titutio~. y~ ~g~t~o~ of higher ~u~on ~ho~ e~ol~ ~c Na~v~ Blac~ n~t of H~pa~c origin; H~p~ (including T15769160,
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prcf~i~ ~imuti~c ~i~ ~d ~I =~n~rofit accred:~d col- nec~ to ~bl~h ~eir eh~bfiity f~r p~ci~aficn in MS~. ~e data on e~oI~ent famished to the ~ce for Civil ~ ~t~s~ requ~eme~ fo~ the 'F~I E~rc~m~t ~d C~mp~ce Rein of Imfimtio~s of Higher ~gon" ~e ~eptabI¢. App~- cafio~ mint be si~ed by the project director(s}, ~e relevant ~is program is excluded from coverage ~der OMB Circul~ A-87. ~P~CATION ~ AWARD PROS: Pr~pfi~oa ~r~flon: ~e smn~rd apportion fo~ ~ far- nished by ~e Federal agency ~d required by OMB C~c~ A-102 must be used for lhis progr~. ~is program is Ei~ble for coverage ~der E.O. 12372, '~tergove~en~ Renew of Feder- al Pro~s:' An applic~t should cons~t the o~ce or desisted ~ the single po~t of cont~t in Hs or her S~te for more information on the pr~e~ ~e State req~r~ to be followed in appl~ng for m~[smn~, if the S~te has selected the progr~ for review. A~fi~fion Pr~edure: By submhsion of a fo~ application d~cH~ ing the pl~ed project ~d pm~sed ~ount of the ~ant. See 34 CFR 637 ~d the specific progr~ guideline. Application fo~ are provided by MSIP. ~is program is subject to the provisio~ of OMB Circular No. Awed ~oced~e: P~ds of ou~ide ex~s with ~owledge of the fields covered by the application review ~1 applications. Grits aw~ are recommended to the ~retary by the progr~ office, in the order of merit. D~dlin~: D~dlines are published in the Feder~ Re~ster. ~nge of Approv~i~pprov~ T~e: From three to six months. Ap~h: The project director may requ~t, in wfit~g, that the pro- gr~ recomider i~ action in decl~g any application. Re~wg~: Not applicable. ASSi~ANCE CONS~E~ONS: Form~l~ an~ M~tehing Retirement: The pro~ sugges~ that some ~sfituiional contribution be included ~ p~ of progr~ po~. However, by law, lhi~ progr~ has n~ ma~ch~g req~e- ments. ~n~h ~d Time Ph~ing of ~nce: One to t~ee y~. Funds are awarded annually ~d disbursed a~ req~red. POST ~S~T~CE REQ~ME~S: Repot: ~e program requir~ intern re~ from directors of projects having duration of more than one year at the end of academic ye~'s activiti~. A substantive technical report is re- quired upon completion of the project for all funded project. Audi~: Compli~ce with sl~d~d Dep~t of ~ucafi~ req~e- merits. Record: Gmnte~ are requi~ed to ~iat~ s~d~d progr~ati¢ ~d finmci~ r~ords. Records are subject to im~ction dung the life of the ~t ~d for five yea~ ther~fler. ~N~L ~O~A~ON: Accost I~fiom 91~201-0-1-502. Obfi~floa~: (G~) ~ 95 $5,839,~; ~ 96 ~t not idendfmble; ~d ~ 97 ~t $5,839,~. ~ote: ~e ~" 96 ~timam ~ll ~ de- te~in~ u~n enactm~t of the 1996 appropriation for thh pr~ ~ge ~d Avenge of F~e~ ~ $24,0~4 to $295,653; $149,986 for I~filulional; $217,924 for ~rativ~ ~d $30,284 for S~¢id ~ojects. PR~I ACCO~LIS~t~: In fis~ ye~ 1995, approxi- marry 55 aw~ were ~de. ulafi~ ~e found ~ ~e F~ Re~ter pubI~ ~v~r 16, 1981 ~cl 16, No. 2~) am~ to ~e reg~fic~ ~e fo~ . the F~e~ Re~ler publhh~ Novem~r 12, 19~7 ~'ol 5~ 21~) ~ N~v~.~r I~, I~2 tVcL 57 N~. 223) r~v~y; project a~stracts for fiscal }ears I990-I993, gafideI~es g~r ~s~ from ~e Frc~ AFpli~don Developm~t ~ pre~=d by MSIP s~ff~e armhole from the pro~ (no c~ge). R~o~ or ~ ~: Not ~s, O~ of Pos~e~nd~ ~u~tio~ Dep~t of fian, W~on, DC 20202-52~1. ~ntact: Argelia Velez-R~fi- gu~ Tel~hone: (202) 2~3261. U~ ~e ~ nm~r for F~: (202) 2~615; E-mMI: Argelia-Velez-Rodfi~ez ~LA~ PROG~S: 84.031, High~ ~ucation--Imfitafion~ Aid; ~. 116, Fund for the ~provement of Pos~n~ ~uoation. E~IP~ OF ~ PNO~S: (1) A project is supping a ~ium of two histofi~y Black i~flmtions to subsmfiMly incr~ the ~ ~d effecfiven~s ef computer ~isted ~etion (C~) matefi~s at the c~rafing imfitutiom ~d o~er ~sfitu~ons nationwide. (2) Another cooperative project is suppoS- ing two ~titufio~, a histofic~y Black college and a non-~ori- ty ~iversity from ~e no~h~t, to develop a Comprehe~ive Interfa~ ~mputefized Instructional System for Mathematic, Statistics ~d Computer Literacy. (3) A proj~t h supposing a ~vemity in Sou~ Tex~ with a predo~fly ~ s~dent pop~afion to implement ~ ~der~ad~te student re- ~ch apprentic~p/faculty r~earcher meators~p program. (4) One proj~t is ~ting a Native ~efic~ ~stitution m develop eighteen m~ile science h~ratory exp~fienc~ m deliver two b~ic scien~ cours~ m s~dents Wing in ~e Standing Rock Sio~ Indi~ re~afion. (5) A proj~t is supposing a non-~nofi- ty univemity ~ ~ifo~a m improve a pre~oIleg¢ enrichment progr~ for minority youngster~ ~ITE~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSALS: ~cisions are b~ed ~ly on ~e ~entific ~d edu~tion~ mefi~ of described activi- ti~ ~d confo~ce with the objectiv~ of the pro~. is #yen to app~c~ts which have not previously received funding from the Minority Science lmprovemem Program ~d to previous gr~te~ ~th a proven record of success, ~ well ~ to propo~s that con~bute to ac~e~g balance among projects with reject to g~aphic region, a~demic discipline and project ~pe. 84.123 INS~U~ION IN ~VI~, ~VE~~, AND LAW ~DE~ AG~: O~ICE OF THE ASSI~A~ SEC~- TARY FOR ELEME~ARY AND SECONDLY EDUCA- TION, DEP~TME~ OF EDUCA~ON AU~O~ON: Elemen~ ~d Second~ ~ucation Act of 1965, ~ mended, Tire X, Section 1~2. O~E~* (I) To sup~rt new ~d ongoing procures m ~e ele- men~ and ~on~y ~h~ls, ~t eduction, comm~ity orga- nimtions, ~d insfimfio~ of ~gher ~ueafion, by developing ~plem~fing m~el projects d~i~ed to ~sti~tion~e law-relat. ed ~u~tion ~); (2) to suppo~ of tec~c~ ~sis~ to S~t~ ~d 1~ edu~fion~ agea~ and other i~fitufiom ~d org~a- ~ns wor~g to fu~cr ~e progr~s of ~e Nation ~ atoning the Nafio~ ~ucafioa go~, ~d (3) to suppo~ pmjee~ to develop, test, dmo~atc, ~d di~te new approa~ or t~qu~. ~ OF ~CE: Project Gr~; ~oj~t Gr~ (~n~cts). U~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Proj~t activities must ~ dir~ted mw~d ~s~tutio~ng law-rc~t~ E~G~ REQU~: agenci~, pub~= or private nonprofit agenci~ or~tio~, ~fi~fi~ns ~y apply. ~t~ ~ T~he~ =fl s~en~ in public ~fl private wi~ O~ Ck~ No. A-g~ for S~te ~8 le~ 6-96 781 T157691605
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APPLICATION .~."~D AV~.~RD PROCESS: Pre~l~I/cttion CoortlinatiO~ T~e standard aFpAica~on f2rx-~,s ~s rfs]:ed by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-I02 rn~ be used for th~s l~rogram. This progn'am i.,~ e:i~lrIe coverage u~:ler F-O. 1237Z "Intergoverr, m~mal Review of Feder- al Programs." An al~Fh-~a.nt sho'Md cons-all the office ~r cfficiaI designated as die single l~int of c~nta=t in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be foIlowed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Apl~lication Procedure: Prepare and st:bmit prcposals in accordance with the program announcement. TI~ program is subject to the pro~4sions of OMB Circular No. A-110. A~rd Praeedure: The Education Department makes final approval of applications, with the aavice and assistance of a panel of viewers. De~dllnes: Announced in the Federal Register. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: Ninety to 120 days after re- ceipt of proposal. Api~als: Not applicable. Renewals: None. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula tad Matching Requirements: None. Length mid Time Phtsing of A~isttace: Subject to the availability of funds, applicants can receive grant funds for up to three years with a typical budget period of 12 months between October I and September 30. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reportm Specified reporting requirements are included in the grant or contract document. Audits: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Governments," State and local governments that receive financial assistance of $100,000 or more within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the programs in which they participate. Recur~: As required by EDGAR, 34 CFR. 7:~.730-734. FINANCIAL INFOR~ATION: Account Idenfifi~tion: 91-1000-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants and contracts) FY 95 $4,000,000; FY 96 est not identifiable; and FY ¢}7 est $0. (Note: The FY 96 est will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) Range and Average of Financial Assisttace: In fiscal year 1995, 22 new projects and 12 continuations were awarded ranging from: $20,OO0 to $30,000; $t74,000. PROGRANI ACCOI'~tPLISHM.ENI~: In fiscal year 1995, approxi- mately 35 projects received awards. REGULATIONS, GI_rlDELINES, AND LITERATURE: Final regula- tions were published June 6, 1984. INFORI~,ffATION CONTACI~: Reglantl or ~ Offlee: Not applicable. Htmdquarter~ Ol~ee: Equity and Educational Excellence Division, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-6440. Contact: Steve Wilcox. Telephone: (202) 260-2738. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PRO,IEC'q~S: The following types of t~rojects have been funded: (1) A project wa~ designed to provide taw-related education to administrators, teachers and students in a single school district; {2) a local school district will create, pilot- test, and i~stitutionalize a model K-12 "Intercity LRE Program." (3) a national program that served 44 State~; and (4) a I?roject to train teachers and develop curric~tm rCated to t~e United States C~nstitat~on -~,as offered. cRFI"ERL~, FOR SEI..EC"I'LNG PROPOSA.I.~q: The Se~e,.ar~ e~alaates applizaticr, s on the b~s of crit.=ria revisited u~,der EDGAR (Parts 782 6-96 VOCA~ON~ ~~A~ON G~N~S TO STATES ~DE~L AGENt': OFFICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~TARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCA~ON AND ~HABIL~A~VE SERVICe, DEP~fE~ OF EDUCATION A~ORI~ON: Rehabili~tion Act & 1973, ~ ~ended, Title L Pare A =d B, Sections 1~-111, 29 U.S.C. 720-724 and 73~731. O~E~V~: To ~sist Stat~ in operat~g comprehensive, coordinat- ed, effective, e~cient and accogn~ble progr~ of v~ational re- habiliMtion to ~s, pl~, develop, and provide v~afioual reha- bilitation servic~ For individuals with d~biliti~, consistent with their s~engths, r~ources, priorities, concede, abilities, ~d caFa- biliti~ so they may prepare for and engage in competitive em- ployment. ~P~ OF ASSISTANt: Fo~a Grants. USES A~ USE ~~ONS: Feder~ ~d State funds are used to cover the costs of providing rehabilitation ~ic~ which elude: diagnosis, comprehensive cvM~tion, counseling, vocational and other training, reader ~rvices for the blind, inte~reter sea,- ices for the deaf, mcdicM ~d related services ~d prosthetic and orthotic devices, rchabili~tion en#needng service, trans~mtion m s~ure v~ationM rehabilitation service, mMntenance during re- habilitation, tools, licenses, cq~pment, sup#ies, employment placement, other goods ~d se~ices ~d vending stands for dis- abled ~rsons including management ~d superviso~ services. Services are provMed to fmffies of d~abled individuals when such ~ices ~dll contribute subsmntiMly to the rehabilitation of such iudividuMs who arc being provided v~ationM rehabilitation service. Funds also assist in the const~ction and establishm~t of re~bilimfion comm~ity progr~. ELIGIB~I~ ~QU~EME~S: Ap~li~nt Eil#bfli~: State agencies in all States 0ncluding territo- ries/poss~sions) d~iguamd ms the sole State agency to administer the v~ationM rehabilitation program may apply. ~nefieia~ Eli#b~: Eligibility for vocation~ rehabilitation serv- ices is b~ed on the presence of a physical and/or men~l disabil- ity, which for such ~ individual constitutes or results in a substan- tial impediment to employment, and the need for v~ational reha- bilitation services that may be expected to benefit the individuM in terms of an cmplo~cnt outcome. Credenfifls~umenmfian: The State agency must ce~ify the avMl- ability of Smtc funds for matc~g pu~ses. Costs will be deter- mined in accord~ce with OMB Circul~ No. A-87 for State ~d lucy government. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PR~: Pr~ll~flon ~r~afion: This progrm is eli#ble for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'IntergovemmentM Review of Federal Pro- g~s." An applicant should consult the office or official d~i~at- ed ~ the fin#, po~t of cont~t in his or her State for more infor- mation on the pros the S~te requires to be followed in apply- ing for assist~ce, if ~ S~tc has sel~ted the progrm for review. AppBcafion ~e: Ap#i~n~ prepare a ~r~ y~ SMtc Plan for voemional rchab~itation services (meeting Fed~al require- mcn~ establ~hed under the Re~bilitation Act of 1973, ~ amend- ed. Vo~tionM rehabilitation agenci~ sub~t State plans to the ap- propriate RSA Re#onal office. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circ~ No. A-110. Aw~ Prime: Notic~ of ~1 ~lo~ent to the S~te; ~t awed notfc~ and funds ~e withdrawn under the Electronic Tr~sfcr S).stem. DeM~: ~r~ y~r State p~s for vc~t~onal re~bi]imtion ~rv- ic~ ~e sub~tted to ~e ~A Regionfl Pro~ O~c~ for ~rovM not ~ter ~ July !, of t~e thud y~ cf ~:h t~ec y~ cycle, co~cing J~y 1, 1991. ~ of A~vfl~ov~ Tim~ S~e rlans mint ~ by ~to~r I, fcr ~h ~cc-)~ TI57691606
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Smt~ ~m ef A~s cur ~e ~t in ~Mch the S~te ~ Io=t- Fom~ ~8 ~g Re.emend: Under ~c Rchabili~tion Act ¢f 1973, ~b~c ~w 93-I!2, Tide I, P~ A, Set, on llO, ~end~, Fede~ f~ds ~e distributed (T8.7 ~ccnt FederM and 21.3 per~nt SMtO b~d on ~pulafion wdght~ by per ~pim income. F~ds become av~able for obligations for the fis~l ye~ for w~ch ~ey ~c appropriated ~d may remMn available for addi~onM y~r if the matching req~rement is met in the y~r • e appropriation. ~e smt~ticM facto~ for f~d Ml~on ~e: 1) ~e per ~pi~ ~come t~ee y~ ave=ge by State ~d ~e source is the S~ey of Cu~ent Busing, Bureau of ~onomic AnMysis; 2) ~e U.S. to~ population ~d State population ~d ~e suite is the Population ~timates AnnuM, Bur~u of the ~ns~; Bureau of ~r S~cs. Statlsti~ facto~ used for eli#bility do not apply to t~s pro~. ~is pro~ has mMntenancc of effort req~emen~. ~c MOE level ~ b~ed on thc amount of State ex- penditur~ for ~e Fede~ fiscal year two years ~lier. ~e fund- ~g agency for f~cr devils. ~n# ~d T~ P~g of ~ce: Notice of annum allotment to the S~te; grant awards are made qua~ly with funds rele~ed ~ou~ the Electronic Tr~fer System. PO~ ~SI~AN~ ~Q~EM~S: R~: A~ ~d qumerly progr~ repots; annum budget and ~e se~ce re~s; qua~erly fin~cial reports. A~: Conduct~ by ED O~c~ of Inspector General ~d by site visi~ of region~ stuff. ~th are pefiodlc but no set schedule. In accord~ wi~ the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A-128, 'Audi~ of S~te ~d ~ ~ovemmen~," S~te governments that r~cive Federal funds of $1~,~ or more shall have ~ audit mad~ for that ye~. S~te ~d loom governments that receive Fed- erM f~ds between $2fi,~ and $1~,~ a ye~ shall have an audit made in accord~cc with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws ~d regulations governing the programs in which ~cy p~icipate. R~: Fin~cial and programatic records for a prescribed p*fiod of t~ee yea~ (34 CFR 80.42). ~~ I~O~TION: A~co~t Idenfifl~tion: 91-0301-0-1-506. ObB~fl~: (Grants) FY 95 $2,054,~,~; ~ 95 est $2,114,~,~; and ~ est $2,176.~,~. R~ga ~d Atemge of Fin~chl ~sis~ce: The r~ge w~ $174,982 to P~O~l A~O~S~E~: It is anticipated that h fis~l y~ 1995, there will be a slight increm~e in the humor of ~rsons se~ed by Smt~ agencies, es~ciMly those ~rsons with severe dis- abatis. Rehabi~tion Regulations (34 CFR 3ill). V~ationM Rehabilita- tion M~. Rehabilitation Services Policy Directives and Tcch- ~O~ON CO~A~: ~ or ~ O~c~: See Ap~ndix IV of the CatMog for a list of regio~ o~c~. H~t~ O~: O~ of Prog~ Operatiom, Rehabilitation ~ A~a~on, O~ce of ~is~nt ~re~ for ~c~tion ~d Rchabili~tivc Service, Dcp~ment of ~cation, W~on, DC 20202. Contact: Mark E. Shoob. Telephone: (202) 20~-9~. U~ ~* ~m* n~ber ~or ~ P~OG~S: 53.~1, Employment Promotion of People ~th ~bi~; ~.~7, Blind Re~b~i~tioa Centc~ ~d ~.013, Vet,r~s Prosthetic AFpli~¢~; ~.116~ Voaati~ R~- bili~gon for ~ble~ Vetch; 84.07~, S~iM ~n~" ~a~fion Pr~am~ for Pe~ons with 84.128, Re~i~fion ~e~Se~ice Prc, jec~; g4.1~. Tr~ning ~te~tr~ for In$i~d~s ~'ho ~e D~ ~d In~vid~ ~ho PregT~.; 24.I69, L'~Cl:en~ent Li~Jng--Statm GrantS; F4.I~7, ~cd ~F~o~t ~i:~ ~r In~d~!s ~i'~ Severe ~ FOR S~G PROPOS.~: Net ~.~ ~~A~ON SER~S--SERVI~ PRO~S ~DE~L AG~: O~CE OF ASSI~A~ SECRETARY FOR SPECL~ EDUCATION AND ~BILITATIVE SERVICe, DEPAR~CE~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Rehab~.limtion Act of 1973, Tide HI, Sections 311(c), 312, 316, ~fl Title ~II, Section 802, ~ amended, Public Law 102-~69, 29 ~.S.C. 750, 777a(a)(l), 777b, 777f, and 79~g. O~~: To pro~dc discrcfionaD, gmt f~ds to State vocation- M rehabilitation agenci~ and public nonprofit organizations for specifl projec~ ~d demonstrations which hold promise of panding =d o~,~ise impro~ng se~c~ to individuMs with dis- abBiti~ over ~d a~ve ~ose provided by t~e Basic Support Pro- ~ ad~nistercd by S~t~. ~ OF ~S~T~: Proj~t Gr=~; ~oject Grits (Contracts). US~ AND USE ~I~ONS: Suppled em#o~ent, migrant worke~ ~d sc~onM f~workcrs and r¢cr~fionM programs. Gr~m mint subsmnfiMly comfibmc to solution of vocational reha- bBimtion probl~s common to speciM groups of individuals with dbab~ti~. For ~ple: Projcc~ pro~de financial assistance for vocationM rehab~imfion ser~ces to migratory agficulturM or s~- sonM f~mworkcrs; payment to cover cost of establishing pro- grams to exp~d or improve rehab~imtion ~r~c~ for ~dividuMs with severe di~bilitics; funding to cxp~d or othc~isc improve the prov~ion of emplo~cnt s~vices to individuMs with the most severe disabilities ~ough smtewide community-b~ed and techni- cM ~is~ projects. ELIG~IL~ ~Q~ME~: A~plie~t ~#biH~: Recr~tiou projects arc ~wardcd to States and to public ~d other nonprofit agencies or organi=tions. Grants cabot be made d~ecfly to individ~s. Migratow ~d Se~onM F~mworkcr projects arc f~dcd by g~n~ to S~tc vocafionM re- habilitation agencies (~cluding t~fitofies/~s~ions) and to non- profit agenci~ in collaboration with the State agencies. Eligible applic~ts for supposed employment projects include public and nonprofit comm~ity rehabilitation programs and designated State v~ation~ rchab~imfion agencies, and other public and private agenci~ ~d org~tions. B~efid~ ~b~: IndividuMs with physi~l, men~l, or emotion- M di~bilid~ which r~ult ~ employment difficuld~. ~e support- ed emplo~ent program is to serve those with the most ~vere di~bilitics. Cr~en~menm~on: Cos~ will be dete~ed in accordance with OMB C~c~ar No. A-87 ~or State and local governments. Cos~ ~l Mso ~ dctc~ncd in accord=ce with OMB Circular No. A-21 for edu~fion~ ~fitudons. ~PLICA~ON ~D AW~ PROCESS: Pr~ ~r~oa: ~s program is eligible for coverage ~der E.O. 1237~ 'Intergovemmen~! Review of F~eral Pro- ~s3' ~ applier should comet the o~ or o~ciM dcsignat- ~ ~ ~e sMgle ~int of contact in his or her S~te for more infor- mation on the pr~ th~ S~tc r~uk~ to ~c followed in apply- bg for ~ismc~, if the S~te M ~i~tcd ~e progr~ for review. ~¢ s~ud~ application fo~s ~ f~r~shcd by ~c F~c~l agency ~d req~ by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this pro~. Ap#i~ot ~ App]i~o~s should ~ submitted to the p~ent of ~u~fion, A~plicafion Control ~nt~, ~ M~h~d Ave., SW., W~n, DC 20202, or in cc~n c~ to th~ ~p propfiate RSA Re#o~ ~m~sion~, OSER& ~e st~d~d ~p ~caden fo~ ~ f~hcd by the Fcdcr~ agency ~d required by O~ C~c~ar No. A-102 must be ~ for this prog~m. ~o~ ~ su52cct to ~c p~vlsic~s ~f OMB Circ~Izr N~. A-I 6-96 783 TI57691607
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~ ~ct ~e h~dq~ er regicn~ ~ffi~ t~r a~li-~- finn d~lin~ ~ of A~ov~r~ Tim~ A~roxim~zely 120 ~o 150 days. A~: None. R~ew~: Projsc~ ~th mu~ti-y~r projec~ p~o~ may h~ con~nu~ b~d on ~ review of a~ompl~hm~n~ ~d av~labiI~ty of adequate f~ds. Rensw~s are av~abIc only ~rough a new a~pl~- cation procc~. ~~ CONS~IONS: Fo~ ~d ma~g Req~emen~: O~nsrMly matching is required; the Migrato~ Worker prog~ requites 10 percent matching. Fcdcr~ share of the cos~ of the Rccr~fion pro~am shall bc percent for ~e first year, 75 psr~nt for th~ second percent for the third y~r w~ co~pond~g matching requ~re- mcn~ for the ~cond ~d third yca~. There arc no matching rc- quiremen~ for the supposed emplo~enl progr~. ~n~ ~d T~e Ph~n~ of A~s~ce: Project sup~ may bc available for up ~o three to five yca~ de~nd~ng u~n ~tisfactory pc~o~ce ~d availab~i~y of funds. F~ds ~c granlcd on a twelve month b~is. PO~ ~SI~AN~ ~QUI~ME~: Re~: Annu~ FmanciM repots and progre~ r~po~ must bc sub- mitted ~ presc~bed by ~t award te~s ~d cond~ons. Au~: Audi~ musi bc conducted on a contin~ng b~is or at sched- uled intervals. In accordance with the p~o~ions of OMB Circular No. A-12& 'Audits of State ~d Local Governments," S~tc and loc~ govemmen~ that receive fm~c~M ~s~nce of ~1~,~ or more wi~in ~hc State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that y~. S~tc and l~al govcmmen~ ~at receive between $25,~ and ~!~,~ within the State's fi~M year shMI have an audit ]n accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accord~cc with Federal laws and ~egulafions governing the programs which they paRic~patc. R~or~: Fiscal records must bc maint~ned for the periods of time specified in the gram award. ~N~ INFO~A~ON: Account Idenfi~fl0n: 91-0301-0-1-506. Oblation: (Grits ~d contracts) FY 95 $1,421,~ (for migratory ~d sc~nM fa~workc~) $2,596,~ (for recreation) $36,536,~ (for supposed cmploymcn0 ~19,942,~ (for special dcmo~tra- tio~); ~ 96 est S1,421,~; and FY 97 ~t $1,~0,~ (migrato~ workc~ and sc~onM farmworkc~); $~596,~ (recreation); and ~38,152,~ (for supposed employment) S14,942,~ (for special demonstrations). ~ge ~d Averse of F~ci~ ~s~ce: R~gc f~om ~70,~ to $547,~ ~120,~. PR~ ACCOMPLISheS: Rc~bilitation ~rvicc projec~ complement ~hc b~ic State Or~ Prog~. In 1995 there w~re 394 rccrca~on proj~ts; 10 m~gratoD, and ~ason~ farmworkcrs projec~s; 21 commun~ty-b~d projects; and 10 s~tcwide systems chang~ proj~ in supposed employment. ~G~ONS, GUID~, AND L~RE: Rcgulatons 34 CFR 369-379. S~cific gu~delin~ and literature may be ~ from ~c RflA Re,ohM Offices or the h~dqua~crs o~c~. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ O~: S~tc V~tionM Rehab~i~tion Agcnc~ or the RSA Reg~on~ O~c~. See Ap~ndix IV of the Ca~og for H~e~ O~: Rehabili~tion ~,ic~ Ad~stmtion, O~c~ of ~sh~t S~czct~, for S~cial ~u~on ~d Rchabili~a~vc Se~qc~, D~em of ~a~0n, W~ngt~n, DO 20202. Con- ~ct: F~ed ~b~st~r. Tcl~ho~: (202) 20~-9297. U~ humor for ~S. 784 6-96 p~r~ns ~ s~ver~ d~bfl:u~ r~t~ng t~ ~e cc~ly achieve the op~mM ~-~ticnM adj~tment of w~ch they ~ ~c. Implement communib-b~d su~ed ~plo~cnt ~rcj~ to ~e: in~i~i~u~s with tee me, st severe d~b~. Provide r~- r~fionM se~'iccs to indivifluMs ~{th d~bfliti~ a gfiofity to ~- grate ~ indivi~s into reguI~ recreation ~I~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Funding pfiofiti~ announc~ ~ the Federal Re#t~L Gr=~ f~r ~g~t farm workers proj~ts ~e made to S~te rehab~i~tion agcnci~ and to nonprofit agenci~ wor~ng in colla~fi~n ~ the S~tc agenci~. Suppled employment projec~ ~e intended to ~prove the provision of supposed emBlo}~em servi~ to indivifl~s wi~ th~ most severe ~biliti~. Ap#i~tions for d~r~tio~ gran~ ~e su~ected to peer review pr~edur~ lead~g m recom- mendations for approvM or disapprovM by Fedc~ ~d nonf~crM exp--. Criteria for evaluating applications at, puMished ~ pro- gram regulmions 34 CFR 369-379. 84.129 REH~ITATION LON~ ~DERAL AGENt: O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~T~Y FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION A~ REHABIL~ATI~ SERVICES, DEPAR~ENT OF EDUCATION AL~HO~TION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IIL Pm A, ~c- /ion 302, and Title VIII, Section 803, as amended, Public Law 93- 112; Public Law 99-506, and Public Law 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 774. OBJE~V~: To support proj~ts to provide academic trM~ng ~e~ of pe~onncl sho~g~ identified by the Secrcm~ m ~cr~ the number of personnel trained in providing v~ationM re~bflim- tion so,ices to individuMs with disabilRi~. TYPES OF ~SI~AN~: Project ~ants (Comracts). USES ~D USE RES~ONS: TrMning gran~ ~e provided in fields directly related to the v~ationM and inde~ndent liv~g re- habilitation of individuals with d~biliti~, such ~ rehabilitation co~seling, indc~ndcnt living, rehabilitation medicine, physicM and occupational therapy, prosthetics-o~hofics, spe¢ch-l~g~ge, pathology ~d audiology, rehabilitation of MdividuMs who arc blind and individ=ls who arc deaf, and rehab0imtion tec~ology. A grantee must use at l~t 75 ~rcent of ~e to~l awards for schola~hips. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: A~licant Eli#bili~: State v~ation~ rehabilitation agcnci~ 0nclud- ing terdtories/posse~ions), and other public or nonprofit agtn~i~s and organi~tions, including institutions of higher eduction may apply. Beneflci~y Eli#lilly: Individuals preparing for employment in the rehabilitation of individuMs with disabflitics will benefit. Credenfi~/Doemen~om An application should show evidence of current accreditation by or seeking of accredi~tion from the d~- ignated accreditation agency in the respective professio~ field. ~sts will be determined in accordan~ with OMB Ciro~ No. A-87 for State and loom governments. ~ts will ~ detc~ed accordance with OMB Circul~ No. A-21 for edu~fio~ dons. APPLICATION AND AWARD PR~: Pr~lieafio~ ~r~0on: ~e stand~d appli~tion forms ~ nished by the Federal agency ~d requkcd by OMB Circul~ No. A-102 mint be ~ for ~s pro~am. ~ pro~ ~ e~#ble for cov~ge under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovc~en~ Rtview of Fcdcv al Progo~." An applicant should consult the o~cc or d~i~med ~ the sin#e ~int of contact in his or her Smt* for more info~ation on the prcc~ the fl~te r~r~ to ~ follow~ in ayplying for ~sis~nce, if the Smt~ h~ ~l~d ~ pro~ for review. A~li~fion Pr~ure: Most new appli~fio~ ~e mad~ to D~- ment ~f ~u~fion, Appli~fion ~n~ol ~nt~, ~ ~de~d~ce Ave., SW., Wash~on, DC 20202~725. Attention: 84.129. M~t continuation applicatio~ ~c submitted to the approp~te Re#on- .d O~cs i]isted in App~kx IXrL ~ ~ro~ is sabj~t to proi~si~ns of OMB Circ~I~ No. A-I I0. TI57691608
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Award Proce~Mre: Mc~t ne~ and cc~tinaa~c~ grants ~re a~-&rded hy the Re~b~i~fion S~{~ Adminh~o= ~cugh i~ Re~onM O~ ~I new appl~ns ~e re~ by a pmueI cf at ]~t fi~d. D~: C~n~ ~e h~dqu~ ~r re~o~ o~c~ for appli~a- ~ ef A~ro~rov~ T~ From 120 to 1~ day~ A~: None. R~w~: Renew~ are av~lable o~y t~ough ~e ~ew appEcation pro~. Proj~ %~ ~ approved mul~-y~ project ~o~ ~y be tongued b~d on ~e avCdabi~ty of ad~uate f~ds md ann~ renew of accomplis~en~ to d~e~ine sa~sfacto~ ~er- to~ce. ~T~ CONS~E~TIONS: F~a ~ ~g Reqe~em~: ~e Fed~l shoe may not more than ~ percent of the to~ cost of a projeot ~der th~ pro- gr~. ~h md T~e Ph~g of ~c~ Projects are gen~y sup- ~ for a m~mum of t~ee to five y~rs; funds ~e grained on" a twelve mon~ b~is. tO~ ASSIST~ ~QUI~: Re~m: Annu~ fin~ci~ and progr~s repo~ must be submitted required by ~t award te~ ~d conditions. A~: A~di~ must be conducted on a continuing ~is or at ~hed- uled inte~ ~u~ly once a year, but at le~t once eve~ two y~s. In accordance with the provisiom of OMB C~cu]~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of State ~d ~1 Gove~en~" S~te governments that receive fin~ei~ ~is~ce of $1~,~ or more ~in ~e S~tffs Fmeal ye~ sh~l have an audit made for ~at y~. S~te md 1o~ gove~en~ that receive ~tween ~d $1~,~ within the State's fis~ y~ sh~l have an audit in ~cordmce with C~c~ No. A-128, or ~ accord~ with Fed- ~al laws and regulations governing ~e pro~ ~ which they pa~ielpate. Record: Proper records must be m~m~ned for a pe~ of t~e equal to the time required to fulfill ~e obligations of each g~tee to dete~ine whether a scholar has met the worker-repay provi- sion in 34 C~ 386.34, gener~ly three to six y~, or until audit questions ~e resolved. ~N~ ~O~A~ON: Aecoaat lden~flon: 91~301-0-1-506. ObU~flo~: (G~m ~d contact) ~ 95 $16,5~,~ ~ 96 est $17,2~,~; and ~ 97 est $17,~,~. ~ge ~d Average of Fin~c~ ~e: $36,~ to $3~,~; $1~,~. PROG~ ACCO~LIS~S: In fisc~ year 1995, appro~ate- iy 2~ proj~ were funded. ~G~ONS, GUIDEL~, ~D L~~E: Re~a~ons cm ~ found in 34 CFR 385-386. ~~ON CO~A~: R~ ~ ~ O~ee: Rehab~imtion Se~ic~ Ad~ist~fion R~ ~ O~c~. ~e Append~ IV of the Ca~og for a list of H~umen O~ Rehabi~mtion Servi~ Administration, O~e of S~d~ ~u~tion md Re~b~five ~ees, Dep~ent of ~u~fion, W~n~on, DC 20202-2~9. ~nmet: Riced Melia. Telephone: (2~) 205-9~. U~ the ~e n~ber for ~S. ~ PROG~: None. ~~ OF ~ED PRO~: 1) R~idency ~hol~ ph~ m~ic~e md rehabilim~on; 2) ~dmte sehol~s~ r~abil~mfion co~l~ 3) g~te schol~ship in rehab~imfion ~fion; ~d 4) underg~uate md ~ad~te ~ FOR S~G PROPOSe: ~e p~ of ~e coment md the trig proj~ to ~e ad~- ~vdy ~mblish~ ~on of ~ public reha~fion pro~ ~e o~j~fiv~ of the R~abtIimfion ~c~ Admir&tration. m~h~olo~ to ~ ~ploy~ ~ ~pI~g ~e proj~t jecti~.~s. T'n_-. exists-nee cf a ~or~g re~Uo~p ~ ~e S~tg ficn f~fi~ providing v~n~ rehabiI~n ~'i~. for c~g appli~dor~ are ~ublished ~ prc~ re~a~r~ 84.132 ~RS FOR ~EPE~ L~G ~D~ AG~: O~CE OF ASSIST~ SEC~T~Y VO~ SPEC~ EDUCATION A~ ~BIL~AT~ SER~CES, DEP~~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Rehab~fion Act of 1973, ~fl= ~, Chapter I, P~ C, ~ ~ended, 29 U.S.C. O~E~: To provide independent liv~g se~i~ to ~di~d~ls ~th si~fic~t di~b~iti~ to ~isi them to f~cfion more inde- ~ndently ~ f~ily ~d comm~ty se~n~ by developing and supping a state,de network of cent~ for ~de~dent living. ~ OF ~SIST~: Proj~t G~. US~ AND USE ~~ONS: Feder~ fun~ ~e ~d for the es- ~b~s~ent ~d operation of centers for inde~ndent ling which offer a combination of se~ic~. Ser~c~ m~t ~lude ~de~ndent ling core se~ces w~ch mum info~afion ~d refe~ ~ng in ~de~ndent ~ng s~lls, peer counseling, individual ~d systems advocacy, ~d m appropriate, a comb~afion of ~y o~er ~ndependent living ~ic~ s~ ~ Tide II of ~e Rehw bilimtion Act. ~ch center must have a gove~ng bo~d com- pond of a majo~ty of pe~ wi~ severe ~ab~ifi~. ~e majo~- ty of the stuff ~d individu~s in dec~ion making ~sitions must individu~ ~th ~sab~iti~. Not l~s than L8 ~rcent md not more th~ two percent of Feder~ f~ds appropriated for the pro- gx~ m~t be ~e~ed to provide tr~ng and te~hni~ ~ist~ce under con~ts with entities experienced in the operation of cen- ters for inde~ndent li~ng. ELIG~ ~Q~E~: Ap~t ~t~b~i~: ~e principal e~ble appears are the private nonprofit agenci~ that received funding direofly or ~rough sub- gr~ or con~a~ ~der the Cente~ for ~dependent Ling pro- gram ~ ~ y~r 1992. If fun~ remain available after all pdnci- p~ eligible appHcm~ have been funded, other centers for inde- ~ndent liv~g, m defined ~ Section 702 of the Ae~ and State agen~ may r~ive fund~g b~ed on safisfacto~ applicatiom (~clud~g te~toH~ ~d outlying ~e~. Beneflci~ Eli~bai~: Individuals wi~ si~ificant physic~ or men~l imp~ents whose abilifi~ to func~on independently in the f~i- lies or communities or whose abilities m ob~n, m~nm~, or ad- vmce ~ employment is subs~ti~y limlt~. Eligibility s~l not be b~ on ~e pr~nce of any one or more specific severe dis- abiliti~. ~en~~en~om ~sts will ~ dete~ed ~ accor~nce ~th OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and I~ government. ~sts wiU be dete~ ~ accordance ~th OMB Circul~ A-21 for edu~fional ~sfitufions. APPLICA~ON ~ AWeD PRO~S: Pr~pp~oa ~~: T~s pro~ ~s eli~ble for ~verage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergove~enml Renew of Feder~ g~s." An applic~t shoed comult the o~ce or o~id d~ignat- ed ~ the single po~t of con~t in his or her State for more iffor- marion on the pr~ the S~te requir~ to ~ follow~ ~ apply- ~g for ~s~ce, if the State h~ ~lected ~e program for review. ~e s~d~d application fo~s, ~ f~shed by the Feder~ agency ~d r~ by OMB Circ~ No. A-I~, m~ for t~s pro~am. A~fioa Pr~: ~ pro~ is subject to the pro~io~ of OMB Circuit No. A-110. A~licafio~ for new aw~ds from eli- ~ble agenci~ sho~d ~ submiu~ to the Dep~t of ~a~- ~on, AppOrtion ~n~l Center, ~ Inde~ence Ave., SW., W~h~g~o~ DC 20202~7~, u~s oihe~e d~ted ~ the F~- er~ Refer Anno~cem~L A~d ~: N~w aw~ ~e made on s~t S~re~'. OS~, b~ on ~e 6-96 785 T157691609
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no~£ederzI re'c~e~ ~ apphaat:c.r~ to ~m~re the aF~l~ ~ur~c~ d~ in ~tion 725 (c) of ~ A~. ~ge of A~rov~rot~ ~ime: From ~ to 90 day~. Ap~: N~ne. Renew~: Projec~ may b~ continued b~d on a self~val~t~on re~ aeti~fi~, ~d aeeomplishmen~ ~ d~fibefl in ~e ~nter's s=lf~valuation and annum repo~ reqairement~ under Section 725 (e)(8) of the A~t, s~b~t~ of a continuation appli~fion, and the availability of funds. Renewals are av~able through the regular continuation application ~r~e~ ~d are preened through the he~q~er and the re#o~! o~¢es. ~SI~B~ CONS~EMTIONS: Fom~a and ~ht~g R~airemea~: No minim~ share is required, ~ut each applie~t is en~umged to furnish ~ large a pa~ of the totM cost ~ po~ible. ~n~ ~d T~ Ph~ing of ~s~ee: Existing projeeLq are ap- proved on ~ ~ual b~is with f~ding on a twelve mon~ New projee~ ~e funded for five y~rs ~th funding approved on a twelve month b~is. Renew~s are subject to the avMlability of funds. Rep0m: Annual ~d fiscal progr~s repo~ and self, valuations (A-F Repot) must be submitted ~ prescribed by Section 725 (c)(8) ~d grant award t~ms and conditions. Au~: Audi~ must be conducted on a continuing basis or at sched- uled intervals. In aceord~ce ~th the provisions of OMB Cireul~ No. A-128, 'Audits of State ~d Loe~ Governments," State 1o~1 governments that receive fin~ci~ a~is~ce of $1~,~ or more wi~in the State's fiscal year sh~l have ~ audit made for that year. State and I~M governments that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ with~ the S~te's fmeM year sh~l have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in aceord- ~e with F~e~ laws and regulations governing ~e programs in w~eh they pa~icipate. The Centers must practice sound fis~l management, includ~g m~ing ~rangements for an annum inde- pendent fiscal audit. Record: Fiscal records must be mMntained for three years after the grit ends and the final fin~eial repo~ is sub~tted or until all audit qu~tio~ ~e r~olved. ~NAN~L INFO~A~ON: Accost Idenf~m~on: 91-0301 -~ 1-506. ObB~fio~: (Grits) ~ 95 ~,533,~; FY 96 ~t not identifiable; and ~ 97 est $42,876,~. (Note: The FY 96 ~t will be deter- m~ed upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- g~.) R~ge ~d Average of Fln~cial ~sh~e~ $26,566 to $~,~7; $192,465. PR~t ACCOMP~HME~S: ~ [~eal ye~ 1995, 192 gran~ were f~ded for the op~adon of 238 center. ~G~ONS, G~E~, ~D L~~ Section 721 of the Reh~ili~tion Act, ~ amended, Program Regulations at CFR 3~ ~d 366. ~FO~ON CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ O~: Approp~ate Re#onal Commi~ioners, Re- habili~tion Se~4~ Ad~nistcation. See Ap~dix IV of ~og for a lht of re#on~ H~e~ O~ce: O~ce of Dev~opmenml Progr~s, Rehabili~- fion ~,ic~ Ad~nis~fion, OSERS, Dep~ment of 330 C Strut, SW., W~on, DC 20202-2575. ~n~et: Don ~y~. Telephone: (202) 205-9315 (Voice) or (202) 20~-8352 ~. U~ ~e ~e n~m~r for ~S. ~ PR~: 84.169, Inde~nd~nt Li~g--S~te G~; 84.177, Re~bflimfion ~vie~--Inde~dent Living ~4.2~, Pro~ of Protection and Adv~acy of from o~e center to an~er. C~te~ provide a ccmbinafion ~f 786 6-96 s~:~ t~in~ L~i~I ~d ~3~s advc~c3; counseling ~- i:~; hc~i~g re~bi::~i~n technoI~'; m~bilivy i:~; ace.s.He ~ar~tio~; sapF,:ned h~ing; ~em~'a~c tr~t- w.en~ provision cf prostk~ ~ud other d~i~; d~bed in Set,on 7 (30)~) of ~e ~ FOR S~E~G PROPOS.~: Selection criteria for this ~rogram include evi~en~e of need, p~t geffo~¢~, th~ for salh[ying or d~onstm~ng succ~ in the smear,s an~ ~ur- ~ees set fo~ in Section 725, q~ity of key personnel, budget, and cost~ffeetiven~, ev~uafion plan, involvement of ~r~ns with ~v~e disahi~fies ~d the ability of appti~l to c~ry out the pl~s. Criteria for evaluating applieafio~ ~e published in progr~ relations 34 CFR 84.1~ NATION~ INST~E ON DIS~ A~ ~HABILITA~ON FEDE~L AG~: O~ICE OF ASSISTANT SEC~T~Y FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RE~BIL~ATIVE SERVIa, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~TION: Rehabfli~tion Act of 1973, Title II, as amended, Public ~w 93-112; Public Law 102-569. O~E~IV~: To sup~ and e~rdimte res~ch md its utflimtion lo improve the liv~ of people of all ag~ with physie~ ~d men~ disabiliti~ especially ~ons with severe dimbilities through: (1) Identif~ng ~d eliminating causes ~d consequen~s of di~bflity; (2) m~imizing the heath, physicS, and emotional smt~ of per- sons x~th disabilities and their functional ability, self-su~ciency, self-development and pe~onal autonomy; 0) preventing or mini- mizing ~rson~ ~d f~ily, physical, mental, sock, educational, v~ational, and economic effects of dimbilily; ~d (4) re~ucing ~d d~nating physical, s~ial, eflu~tion~, vocational, ~d envi- ronmental b~fiers to pe~it ace,s to settees and ~sis~nc¢ and to ~e thek abiliti~ in fl~ly life. ~P~ OF ~SISI~CE: Project Gran~; Project Graau (Contracts); Project Gran~ (Cooperative Agreement); Proj~t Grmts ~el- lowships). USES A~ HSE RES~I~ONS: Grants, cooperative agreements, and contmcls are awarded for research, demonstrations, di~emina- tion/ufil~ation projects of national si~ificance, and e~eer train- ing projecls. All applications must meet s~dards of excellence in research ~d evalua~on desi~. FeRowships suppo~ individual in- vestigators in pursuing r~rch in rehabilitation. ELI~I~ A~li~nt g~bilit~: Grits and cooperative ageemen~ m~e to and contracts with States, public, private, or nonprofit agencies ~d org~i~fions, insfitufio~ of higher education, Indian tfi~ ~d tfib~ organizations for research proj~ts ~ s~- ei~ized r~¢h aetivifies related to ~e rehab~tion of ~divifl- uals with d~hiliti~; f~lowships may ~ aw~ded to individuals. ~ae~e~ EH~b~: Pe~ons of all ag~ with dimb~ti~ will fit. Cre&n~a~eumen~tion: Applican~ should pr~ent written evi- dence of other agencies" willingn~s to coo~rat~ whea the groj~t involv~ their acceptance or th~ utilization of lheir fafilifi~ or ~,iees. Cosls will ~ de~rmined in ae~rd~e¢ b~ OMB Cir- cular No. A-87 for S~te and 1~ govemm~. Nonpro~l or~i- ~lio~ must show pr~f of such s~t~. APPLICA~ON A~ AWARD P~R~oa ~r~oa: ~e ~D~ long-r~g~ r~ch pl~ ~ required by Coagr~s h lhe bas~ for progr~ • at ~e pablhh~ h th~ Feder~ Re~t~r ~fl Reques~ for Pro- go~s ~at ~e ~ubIBhed in ~e ~¢e Bas~ D~ly. s~flard application fo~ ~ fam~h~ by the Fe~ agency pab~sh~ in ~e F~ ge~er ~d regaled by O~ Cireul~ No. A-I02 mast be ~d for ~s grogr~ ~ pro~ ~ ex- clad~ from coverage under E.O~ 12372 App~fion Pr~m Ap~li~fi~n fo~s ~c sab~t~ to: A~plica- tion ~n~cl ~nt~r, Dep~t of ~tion, ~3 ln~ce T15769~ 610
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Ave-, SW_, Washm~cr, DC 202~I Th~s program ~s s~ject to ~e prov~iong cf O~ Cir~al~ N~. A- I iO. A~ ~ O~c~ nc~ce ef approved ap~I:~ons ~ made ~cu~ i~ce cf a Notice of G~ A~d or ~ c~ leaer cf fello~s~i7 a~-~d. G~ ~d fel~hi~ ~e a~~d~d by ~ ~: ~bl~hed ~hen ~ ~d con~ac~ are s~Iici[~ by Prc~ Announc~en~ =fl Requ~ for Prop,s ~e soliaited. ~o~cemen~ may be publhhed ~ou#out ~e y~r. ~ge of A~mv~rov~ ~m~ R~g~ from ~0 to ~6~ days. Gener~ly, so,cited grits, fellowships, and contrac~ will be acted upon wi~in 120 days. A~: No focal appe~ procedure. If an app~cation is proved, the r~o~ for d~approval will be ~lly stated. Appli~ ~ll be sent copi~ of the reviewe~' comments apprMsing their ap- ~li~fions. RenewS: G~t ~ contract extensions my be available, if formal- ly applied for and approved. ~e Secre~ may elect to ~tenfl the p~d of a fellowship. Appli~tions for renewals are treated new applications ~d must com~te wi~ other new applications on the b~is of program relev~ce ~ well ~ smdard requirements for excellence in d~ign. Ifa g~t application is for a proj~t for funding in two or more years, applic~ must include detailed budgets and proposed work for each ye~ ~ the initiM application. Grante~ m~t submit annual progr~s repom in order to receive con~uafion ~nding. Renewals ~e subject m the av~labili~ of funds. ~SI~AN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fom~ ~d Mttc~g Re~rmea~ Gr~te~ f~ded under 204(a) and 202(k) ~ublic Law 93-112, ~ mended) are requir~ m shoe ~ the cost of project. ~e amour of cost-sharing is negotiable. Cost-sha~g for other ~ante~ is at the Secretary's option. ~n$h ~ Time Ph~ng of A~i~nce: Funds are ~ted on a 12 month b=is wi~ suppo~ beyond the first year contingent upon acceptable evidence of mtlsfactory pro~s, contin~ng progrm relev~ce, and avMlability of funds. Awards may be made for a ma~mum of five y~rs. PO~ ~SISTANCE ~Q~MENTS: Re~o~: Annul repots of pro~s and annual expenditures are r~ quired on all project. Comprehensive final repom ~e due 90 days after the end of the projecL Au~i~: All fiscal tr~mctions identifiable to FederM financial assist- ance are subject to audit by ED Audit Agency. Record: Proper accounting records, identifiable by grant or contract number including all receipts and ex~ndit~, must be main- ~ned for three years. Subsequent to audit, they must be main- ~ned until all qu~tions are r~olved. ~AN~L ~O~A~ON: A~t Idenfifl~fion: 91-0301-0-1-506. Ohfi~tio~: (Grants) FY 95 $70,~,~; ~Y 96 ~t $70,~,~; and ~ 97 ~t $70,~,~. ~ge ~d A~tge of Fin~e~ ~mee: Grants and con~ac~ r~ge from $10,~ to $750,~. Individ~ project grits average a~ut $150,~ a year. Howev~, these fi~r~ v~y with ty~ of pro~ PR~ ACCO3~L~S: In fiscal y~r 1995, 17 f~ow- sMps were aw~defl; 36 continua~ons and 16 new field-init~ gran~ were supposed; 43 rehabilitation re~ch =d tr~ng cen- te~ were ~n~ and 3 new on~ were f~d~; 13 rehabili~- t~n en#n~fing centers were m~n~ and 3 new ~ were funfl~; 18 new spinfl cord m~el syst~ proj~ were f~ded; 15 r~ch ~d demonstration proj~ were cont~ued ~d 2 new proj~ were f~fl~; 19 utili~tion proj~ were continued ~d 4 new proj~ were fand~; 12 r~rch training gran~ ~ere ~ued ~d 3 new gm~ ~ere funded. ~~ONS, GU~, AND ~M~: Gn~t admin- h~mtl~e ~li~ for prog~ ~d feH~w~H~s may ~ from the N~cn~ I~fit~te on D~ity and Re~bili~fioa Re- ~rck DeFa~ent ~f ~a~ticn. ~ ~dence Ave, INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: Conta2t headq~xrters o~ce. Headquarter~ Offic~ Dtrector. Na~onaI Insthu~e on D~sa~:iL~ty an:t Rehab[htaticn R~earc~ Office of A.~stant Se~etary f~r Spe=ial Edict/on mad Rehal:£i~a~e Ser~c~s~ Department of ~ ~d con~acB contact: Diane VilIin~. Telephone: 20~-~4~; for fellowsh~s con~ct: Ellen B]~iotfi. Telephone: {202) 20~-9~ Use ~* ~e number for ~S. For TDD, ~e (202) 205- ~479. R~A~D PROG~S: ~.~7, Blind Rehabili~tion Centers and C~cs; ~4.023, Sp~i~ ~ucation--Innovafion and Development; ~.025, Se~ic~ for Children wi~ D~GBlindn~s; 84.028, ~ucation--Re#onM R~ource Centers; 84.129, Rehabilitation Long-Te~ TrMning; 84.224, State Gr~ for Ass~tive Technolo- gY. EX~ OF ~ PROJE~S: (1) R~ch and Training Centem with emph~is on vocationM rehabilitation, med]c~ reha- bili~fion, rehab~fion of persons with mentM ret~dation, n~ rehabilitation, rehabilitation of pe~ons with mental illne~, and re~bflimfion of those wi~ severe ~s~! disab~fies; (2) Reha- bilitation Eng~eefing Cente~ with ~e application of en#neefing adv~ces ~ applied to rehabili~tion of pe~ons wi~ physical dis- ab~ities; special acfivifi~ in prosthefics, o~otics, and rehabilita- tion ~ds ~d devices for various h~dicapp~g conditions; (3) spe- cific r~eareh and demons~mion projects concerned ~th medical, psychosocial, senso~, psychimfic, and vo~fion~ rehabilitation; (4) research utflizmion and dissemination of r~e~ch findings; (5) field inifiat~ projects in rehabilitation r~e~ch; (6) innovmion gr~ for conferences, t~ting of devic~ ~d c~ficulum develop- ment; (7) gr~ for adv~ced training in r~e~ch related to ability; ~d (8) gr~ for projec~ to facfii~te ~plementation of the Amefi~ns with D~abiliti~ Act. ~A FOR S~E~G PROPOSAl: Objectives of projects ~d progr~s must be in consonance with ~d should contribute to achievement of the goals and objeetiv~ of the Institute. Ade- quam facilities must be ava~able or planned to ~ out the spe- cific project or program. Pe~o~el must be tr~ned and qu~ified to c~ry out the proposed programs, and sta~ng patterns must be appropriate. Demonstrations of adequate #~s and procedur~ for e~ufing the relevance to c~r~t needs in rehabilitation ~d the potential for project results must be effectively util~ed. Commit- mere of available resourc~ on the p~ of the applic~t and evi- dence thin the applic~t hm~ knowledge of rehabili~tion issues well ~ knowledge of p~t ~d pr~ent rMated research activAi~. A statement show~g that the estimated cost to ~e government is re,enable in relation to anticipated project result. Demonstrate the ability and capacity to achieve stat~ go~s. Demo~t~te, co- or~nate and cooperate with regionM proems, State agency pro- gr~s, and private rehabilitation faci~ties. Specific weighted tion criteria are con~ed in progr~ re~lations. For fellowships, criteria ~e s~cified in prog~ reg~mion~ 34 CFR 3~6. Thee criteria include ~e ~tMn ~d ex~fience of the individu~ and the quality of ~e feBows~p proposM. 84.136 LEGAL ~~G FOR T~ DISADV~AGED ~DE~ AG~': O~CE OF ASSIST~ SEC~TARY FOR PO~SECONDARY EDU~ON, DEPAKTME~ OF EDUCA~ON A~HO~TION: Hi~er Eduction Act of 1965, Title IX, Pa~ as ~eaded, Pebliv Laws 99~98 and 102-32~, 20 U.S.C. 1134r. OB~: To a~t ~no~ty, low income ~d edu~tionMly dis- adv~g~ colIege ~adaat~ to unde~e trMning in the prof~icn. ~ OF ~SI~C~ Project G~ (Contract). U~ &N~ USE ~~ONS: F~eral fun~ pro~de s~ f~r acfi~iti~ de~ t~ ~i~t m~aoHfi~, low-~cgme, anti ~tic~ di=d~g~ ccllege ~duates to un~e t~mg ia ~e le~l prof~on, incIud~ng: ~l~ng hdlvid~fl 6-96 787 TI57691611
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p~Fa~n~ in~vid~s. d~dv~mgsd college graduat~ interbred in unde~a~mg in [he leg~ profe~on b~nsfit. Oeden~~en~fion: ~is program is ~xcluded from cover- age under OMB Circul~ No. A-87. ,~PLICA~ON ~ AWARD PRO~S: Pr~fion ~r~afi~: None. ~is program is excluded from cov~age under OWB Circul~ No. A-102. ~ program is ex- eluded from coverage under ~O. 12372. ADpHeafion Pr~ednre: ~e Council on Legal Education Opportuni- ty develops regulations, application guidelines, ~d timetabl~ issued by th~ Secrc~ry of ~ucatlon. ~is progr~ is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: ~e program officer will appraise the application and the prog~m office will recommend funding to the Secre~ry who will make the final decisions. D~: Con~ct ~e progr~ officer for ~c appli~tion deadline. ~ge of Approv~isa~prov~ Time: ~e approval time is appro~- mately two months. A~s: Not applicable. Renew~s: Not applicable. ~CE CONS~E~TIONS: Fo~ ~d N~tching Req~emen~: None. ~n~ aad Time Ph~g of Assignee: One y~r only. POST ~AN~ ~Q~EME~S: Re~: Such repots ~ the Secrc~ may require. Au~: As required by regulations. R~or~: All records must be retained for a period of five years from the te~ination of the award. ~NAN~AL I~ORMA~ON: Account Idenfifi~fion: 91-0201-0-1-502. ObE~fions: (Grants) FY 95 $2,964,~; FY 96 est $0; and FY 97 est $0. R~ge ~d Average of Fin~cial ~ce: This program opcrat~ under a single grant for the entire approp~ation pu~uant to the provisiom of the Higher ~ucation Act of 1992. PROWl ACCO~LIS~ENTS: In fiscal year 1995, funds sup- po~ed 450 individual pa~icipan~ with preliminary training, sti- pends, or ~sistance in obtainer entw into law school ~d reten- tion counseling. REGU~ONS, GU~EL~, AND LI~RA~RE: Av~lable from headqua~e~ office. I~O~A~ON CO~A~S: Re~on~ or ~ Office: None. H~dqu~e~ Offi~: Office of Postseconda~ Eduction, Higher ~ucafion Proton, Depa~ment of ~u~fion, ~ Independence Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202-5251. Contact: 3an[ce H. Wilcox. Telephone: (202) 2~-3207. Use the mine num~r for ~S. RELAXED PROG~MS: None. EX~PL~ OF ~ED PROJE~S: Awards have been made to fund such activiti~ ~ recruitment, prel~a~, summer institute training, student sti~nds, and student retention. ~A FOR ~LE~G PROPOSALS: C~O ~ designat~ sole grantee by ~A of 1992. 84.141 NflG~ EDUCA~ON~GH S~OOL EQU~~" PROG~I ~P~ ~DE~L AGENt': OFFICE OF ASSIST~ SEC~T~Y FOR EL~N~Y A~ SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPAR~IENT OF EDUCATION tion 41SA. Z0 US~C. I07~-~ ~e ~gage~, in m!~t ~ c~ ~n~ f~ ~rk to ~ke equivM~ cf m seccn~ se~I d~pIom~ ~ sabsequ~y t~ ~in ~plo)~t or b~ ~Ia=~fl in ~ i=s~tutioa of h~gh~r eda~zn cr c~=er p~s~ecn~' eflu~i:n cr US~ A~ USE ~~ONS: Pro~cct t~ ma~ ~e ~d t~ rc- cruil ~nd provide a~demic ~d suppo~ se~ic~ (including coun- ~lin~, he~ sc~d~, stipends, ~d placement) to ~grant stu- dents to ob~in the eqniv~ent of a sezond~, sch~l diploma ~d to subsequently gain employment or be placed in an ins~tufion of higher educaffon cr other pos~ccond~ eduction cr truing. ELIGIBle" ~Q~~: App~c~t E~b~: Institutions of higher education or private non- profit agenci~ in c~perafion wi~ institutions of higher education may apply. Benefici~ ~i~bi~ Studen~ ~at arc ¢ngag~ or whose parents are engaged in migrant ~d o~er ~onal fa~work or who have p~cipatcd or have bccn eligible ~ p~cipatc in the Chapter I MEP or JTPA, ~2 will benefit. Age groups are from 16 ~d older or that arc beyond ~c age of compulsory school attendance and do not ~ve a high sch~l diploma will benefit. Creden~umen~fion: To be dibble to pa~icipate in HEP: the applic~t or ~cir parcn~ must: (I) Have work~ a mi~mum of 75 days during the p~t 2~ months in migrant on ~onal fa~work, or have bccn eligible to pa~icipatc or have p~[cipated in Chapter I Migrant Education Progr~ on ~PA, ~2 project; (2) not have earned a secondary school diploma or its equivalent; (3) not bc cu~cntly enrolled in an elementary or secondary school; (4) ~ 16 y~m of age or older or above the age of compulsory school attendance in the Smtc where ~c project is located; and (5) be dc- te~in~ by the gr~tee to need the academe ~d supposing sc~iccs and financial ~ismnce prodded by the project. APPLICA~ON A~ AWARD PR~: Preapp~fion C~r~tion~ ~e standard application forms ~ fur- nishcd by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. ~is progr~ is eligible for coverage under ~.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated ~ the single point of contact in his or her State for morc info~ation on the pr~s the State rcquir~ to be followed in applying for ~sismnce, if the State has selected the progr~ for review. Appli~tion Proc~ure: Application forms ~c available from the De- payment of ~ucation. An applier submits its application to the Dcpa~mcnt of Educa6on no later ~an the date announced by the Depa~cnt in the F~eral Rcg~tcr. An application must ~ pre- pared ~d submitted in accordance with the regulations, instruc- tions, and forms included in the grant application package. Appli- cations are reviewed and evaluated by a pand for sel~tion of ~s- siblc funding. Awed Pt~ur~ ~e Depa~ment of ~uca~ion notifies a successful applicant of i~ awed. Actu~ negotiation and aw~d[ng of g~ is dooe by the Depa~ment of ~du~fioEs Gr~ and Contracts Service. D~in~ Conzact the Department of Education for appli~tion d~dlin~. R~ge of A~rov~D~prov~ ~e: T~ce months. A~: None. Ren~w~s: ~r~ ~e aw~dc~ for up to five ),ears. Renewals am subj~t to ~c av~lab~ity of funds. A~IffAN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~ula ~d M~tc~g R~emen~: ~ prog~ h~ no statuto~" fo~ula cr ~tching reqa~emen~. ~n~ ~d T~e P~ing of ~ce: ~ ~rojsc~ pe~d is ~ m.ont~ Funds ~e aw~ded for tw~ve mon~ budget ~fi~s. Re- ncwMs ar~ s~b~cct to ~ av~ab~[ty cf f~nds. Re~ ~n~al financi~ ~ta~ and rcffc~n=e r~:~s are re- quireS. 788 6-96 TI57691612
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Audits: In acc~r~la.nze ~it.h the ~n~on ~enl G~c~ Ad- mere w~thtn ~e S~te's ~s~ ~r shMl ~vc ~ zudR mxd~ for t~t y~. S~te ~d I~ go~cn~ t~ re=ewe $~,~ ~ SI~,~ ~in ~e S~te's fi~ y~r sh~l have ~ audit muds in a~rd~cc gi~ ~ Agpcn~ to P~ S0, or in ac- cord~c~ with Feder~ laws ~d relations governing ~ pro- ~s in w~ch ~cy ~ci~a~c. Record: In a~ord~ce w~ ~e Gene~ ~ucation Pro~s~ons Act ~d ~e ~u~fion Deg~ent General Adumbrative Regula- tions (34 C~ 74, 75, and ~), ~te~ m~t main~n ce~n pro~ect recor~ for five y~s. ~L ~O~ON: Accost Id~fion: 91~9~-1-501. Obll~fio~: (Grits) ~ 95 $8,088,~; ~ 96 ~t $7,~I,~; ~d ~ 97 ~t $0. R~ge ~d Avenge of Fi~ei~ ~ce: $172,~ to $474,~; $361,~. PROG~I ACCOMPLIS~S: Approximately 3,050 students in 20 projec~ were ~ng se~ed in 1995. REGU~TIONS, G~DELIN~, ~ L~RE: 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, 79, 82, 85, 86, ~d 2~. ~FO~A~ON CO~A~S: Re~on~ or ~ ~me: Not applicable. Headqu~ers Offi¢~ O~ce of Migrant ~ucation, O~ce of Elemen- m~ and S~ond~y ~acafion, Dep~ent of ~u~tion, ~ In- dependence Avenue, SW., Por~s Bldg., Room 41~, W~n~on, DC 20202. Contact: Bayla F. White. Telephone: (202) 2~!1~. Use the ~me number for ~S. RE~D PROG~: 84.~2, Adult ~u~fion--S~te Grant Pr~ ~am; 84.~7, TRIO~Upward Bound; 84.~2, Indi~ Education-- Adult Edu~fion; 84.1~, Migrant ~ucation--Coordhation Pro- gram; 84.149, Mi~ant ~u~tion--College Assistance Mi~ant Pro~am; 84.213, Even S~--State ~ucational Agencies; 84.214, Even Sta~--Migrant ~ucation; 93.2~, Migr~t Health Centers Grants. E~L~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: Project funds are used for re- cruitment, instruction d~igned to help p~icip~ pa~ ~ ex~b nation and ob~n a high school equiv~ency ceRificate, counsel- ing, health services, housing for on~amp~ residentiM programs, exposure to academic program, cultural even~, and other activi- ti~ not usuaRy available to migr~t youth, and appropriate in- se~ice tr~ning activities for project stuff members. ~I~RIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Might Education High School ~uivalency Program and College A~t~ce Mi- grant Program Re~lations (34 CFR 2~) include the criteria for sdecthg proposals, as follows: plan of operation (25 polnm); ob- jectives and acfivifi~ (20 point); ev~uafion plan (15 ~); q~- ity of key ~rsonnel (10 ~ints); budget ~d cost-effecfiven~ (10 point); intemgency consultation ~d ~rdination (10 point); ade- quacy of r~our~s (5 ~in~); recr~tment (5 ~inm); ~d prior ex- ~fience (15 points). ~.142 COLLEGE HOUS~G A~ ACADEMIC FAC~ LOANS ~ER~ AG~: O~ICE OF ASSI~A~ SECRETARY FOR PO~SECOND~Y ~UCATION, DEPAR~E~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Hi~er ~ucation Act of 1965, Title ~LC, ~ mended; Higher ~ucation Amendmen~ of l~k Public Law 102-325, 20 U.S.C. 1132d.1132d-3. O~~: To const~c~ r~ovate or r~ons~ ho~ng, aca- dmic faciliti~, ~d c~er ~u~fio~ faciIiti~. Pfi0~ty h ~ven, by sm~te, to renovation ~d reco~ction ~f older a~de~c fa- cilifi~ thal have gone ~lhou~ major renova~on for ~ ex~ended ~ OF ~AN~ D~ect Lo~. U~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Pro~-id~ ~s~ce M f~c~g ~e conslmcfion, ~qui~t~on, and re~b~im~i~n cf a~demi: ~- fi~ he,sing and ether ed~:~'dona.I fa~Jifics. Direct I~ ~e h~t- ed to a te~ of ~,3 ~~ m~ a m~im~ ~f S~,~ ~d a m~r2- ~am ~f S~0.~ ~t ~ ~n~ ir~[er~t ra~e cf fi~e ~d cnc-~f ~rcenu App~t ~i~ Pub~ or private nonprofit colleg~ ~d unixer- siti~ offe~ng at l~t a two y~r prog~ a~p~blc for fall cr~it toward a bachelor's dcgec and public or private nonprofit hospi~s operating nursing ~h~Is or inte~hip ~d r~idcnl grc- ~s, public higher ¢dumfionM fac~iW au~od~cs, nonprofit dent ho~hg cvo~rativ~ ~d nonprofit co~mfio~ ~tablished solely to pxo~dc student or fac~ty ho~g ~c cli~blv. Benefic~ EH~b~: B~efiting ~e public or private nonprofit col- leg~ ~d u~ve~ifi~ offering at le~t a ~o yc~ progr~ accept- able for full crc~t towed a bachelor's de~ec ~d public or vats hospi~s operating nursing sch~Is or inte~p ~d r~idcnt progr~s, public higher cducationM facility authoMti~, nonprofit hous~g coopemtiv~ ~d nonprofit cor~rations ~mblished mlely to provldc student or fac~W housing. Credenfi~s~enmfion: (1) Automation by gover~ng body to borrow; (2) ~sfitufioEs fin~d~ statements for ~r~t ~ well ~ p~t y~rs; 0) documentation rclaGve to estimated project cos~; and (4) need for project. ~ program is cxclud~ from coverage under OMB Circ~ No. A-87. It is the option of counsel that appli~ ~ve legal autho~ty m fin~ce and construct pro~scd facilities, apply for and r~cNc pro~scd lo~, ~d pledge or mortgage ~y ~scts or revenu~ to be ~vcn as lo~ scenery. ~PLICA~ON ~D AWeD PROS: Pr~pli~fi0n C~rd~ation: Appli~tion forms ~e av~able from the Dep~tment of Education. ~s prog~ is eligible for cover- age under E.G. 12372, 'Intcrgovcmm~tal Review of F~erM Pro- gr~s." ~ appli~t shoed cons~t the office or official d~ignat- cd ~ the single point of contact in his or her S~tc for more infor- ~tion on the proce~ the State requir~ to be followed in apply- ing for a~istancc, if the Smtc has selected the program for review. ~ applicant is Mso required to prepare an En~omcnt Impact Asse~ment. ~is progr~ is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. Appli~on Pr~ure: Applications ~e submiRed by applicants di- rectly to the Dcpa~mcnt of Education. No State plans arc rc- quked. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Cir- cular No. A-t10. Awed Pr~e: The Dcp~cnt of ~ucation will announce fund r~crvations ~d proc~s project approvals. D~in~: Contact ~c progr~ office for application d~dlin~. ~ge of Approv~approv~ Time: Approximately four months. Apes: Not applicable. RenewS: Not applicable. ~SISTAN~ CONS~E~ONS: Fom~a ~d Matc~g Req~emen~: At least 20 percent of the ble development cost must be provided from nonfederal sourcca ~ ~d T~e Ph~ing of A~is~ce: A lo~ may be sched~ed for repayment up to 30 years. PO~ A~I~CE ~QUI~ME~: Repo~: ~ification of finM project co~ req~rcd prior m project closcout. Pcfi~ic repots on the status of pledged revenu~ arc quked. Au~: Audi~ may bc m~c at the discretion of the Dc~cnt of Eduction. In ~difion, copi~ of the insfitufioEs audit~ f~nchl statements must ~ sub~tt~ ann~ly throughout ~e life of the lore. Record: All accounting recor~ mml ~ ~c~ned for a ~fi~ of five y~ after p~oject completion. ~C~L ~O~ON: Accost Iden~fiom 91-0242~-I-502. Obli~fio~ ~) ~" 95 $13,~,~; ~ 96 ~t not idcn~ablc; m£ned u~n ~actmmnt cf ths 1996 approp~on for ~ g~.) 6-96 789 Tl57691613
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PROGIK~.M ACCOMPLISI-LMENTS.. In f'--~M 3.ear I~,5, I0 l:an r~- erva,..ions w-ere made c~.t c~ 75 a~phr~Lcus. REGI-~i.ATION'S, GUIDELL'%'F_~o .MN'-D LrI'ERATURE: 34 CFR 614. IN'FOR.MATION CON-rACq'S: Regional or Local Office: Not Headqum~er~ Office:. D~v~si.~n c~ H~.~r F_.~a~ In:~e Pro- grams, Office of Postsecondary Education. Department of Educa- tion, Washington, DC 20202-5329. Contact: William J. Carter. Telephone: (202} 260-3485. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. E.~PLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: Construction of dormitories at institutions of higher education; renovations of older academic facilities. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: i) For projects to ren- ovate or reconstruct academic facilities, the period of dme since the last major renovation, and the use and condition of existing academic faoiliti~; and 2) for housing construction projects, the extent of current housing deficiency, the use of existing housing facilities, and the impact of the project. 84.144 MIGRANT EDUCATION--COORDINATION PROGRAM FEDEIL~,L AGENCY: OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SEC-ONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALFEHORIZATION: Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title I, Part C, Section 130g, 20 U.S.C 6398. OBJECTIVES: To carry out activities to improve the interstate and intrastate coordination of migrant education between State and local educational agencies. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds are used for activities to improve interstate and intrastate coordination of migrant educa- tion among State and local educational agencies, including estab- lishing or improving programs for credit accrual and exchange. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: State educational agencies, local educational agencies, institutions of higher education and other public or non- profit private entities may apply Beneficiary Eligibility: Migratory children of migratory agricultural workers or migratory fishers will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplication Coordination: This program does not use a preapplica- tion form. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his/her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Al~lication Procedure: An applicant submits its application to the Department of Education not later than the dates published in the Federal Register. Applications must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the regulations, instructions, and forms included in the grant application package. The applications are reviewed and evaluated by a panel for funding selection. Award Proc~lare: The Department of Education notifies successful applicants of awards. Actual negotiation and awarding of grants is done by the Departmem of Education's Grants and Contracts Service in cooperation with program staff. Deadlines: Contact the Department of Education for application deadlines. Range of Apl~rO~al/Disapln'otal Time: Approximately three months. Aplmals: None. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula mtd l%latthing Requirements: This program h~ no statutory formala or matching req~remen~. I_~ag, th and Time Phasing of Assistance: Grants and contract~ may be av,arded for net more than fke f.~n~, POST ASSI~'IANCE REQLqRE3WEN'PS: Reports: Ann-~I financial s;ar.s rep-~,~ :u'e reguired. Aud~t~ In a~=ordance with the EzI..icah~n Dega~evA General Ad- mi'xLqa'adon Reg';2at~:,:~ ia the Appen~Lx to ~4 CFIR. ~0, State and hzal ~;ernme~ts that receive finan~al az.sL~ta.-:ze cf $IC£,.060 or m6re w~Ll~n tI-.e State's fasc,d )ear sh:dl ha~,e ~ audit made for that year. Stat~ and le,_~al go~ernm,mLs that receive berg'con $25,000 and $100/_O3 within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made in accordance with the Appendix to Part gO, or in ac- cordance with Federal lav,'s and regulations governing the pro- grams in which they participate. Records: In accordance with the General Education Provisions Act and the Education Department General Administrative Regula- tions, grantees must maintain certain project records for three years. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-0900-0- 1-501. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $6,0~0,000; F-~' 96 est $5,000,000; and FY 97 est $6,000,000. Range and Average of Finaneial ,~ssistaaee: S250,000 to $6,000,000; due to the vast diversity of projects the average of financial assist- ance is not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHblENTS: Projects were funded to coordi- nate activities for all migrant students including coordination with other Federal agencies such as Migrant Health, Migrant Head Start, Migrant Labor, and Migrant WIC. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: 34 CFR 75. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Office: Office of Migrant Education, Office of Elemen- Vary and Secondary Education, Department of Education, 600 In- dependence Avenue, SW., Portals, Room 4104, Washington, DC 20202. Contact: Bayla F. White. Telephone: (202)260-1164. Use the same numtmr for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.011, Migrant Education--Basic State Grant Program; $4.141, Migrant Education--High School Equiva- lency Program; 84.149, Migrant Education--College Assistance Migrant Program; 84.213, Even Start--State Educational Agen- cies; 93.246, Migrant Health Centers Grants; 93.600, Head Start. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: Funded projects have includ- ed a migrant student record transfer system, a secondary credit and accrual project three program coordination centers, and a mi- grant stop-over site project. CRITERIA FOR SELECI'ING PROPOSALS: To be established using criteria in 34 CFK 75. 84.14S FEDERAL REAL PROPERTY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY UNDER SEC- RETAKY FOR HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRA- TION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 194.9, Section 203(k), as amended, Public Lag, 81-152, 63 Stat. 377, 40 U.S.C. 484(k); Department of Education Organiza- tion Act of 1979, Public Law 96-88, 93 Star. 668, 20 U.S.C. 3401 et seq. OBJECTIVES: To convey surplus Federal Real Property for educa- tion purposes at fair market value. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Sale, Exchange, or Donation of Property and Goods. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Must be used for education pur- poses including but not limited to higher education, elementary and secondary education, libraries, central administrative facilities, educational television and radio, rehabilitation and training, vc<:a- tional education and research, correctional education centers. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Those groops, ~rganizations, entities, or institu- tior~s providing educational programs including: States; their polit- i~l subdi~is~cr.s anal instrumentalities; an~ tax supported orga~iza- tio~ or pri~ate nor_profit institutions held exempt from ta.xad~n TI57691614
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under S~on .~OI(C)(3) cf t~e I~ernal R~v~u~ Co~e ~f op~ti~ ~lI ~nefit. Cr~~met~fiom ~ ~ro~m ~ ~cIuded from c~erage ~d~ OMB Circ~ No,. APPLICA~ON ~ AW~ ~~n ~r~nafion: ~ potenfi~ly eli#hl, ~tifi~ are noti- fied of ~e avM~bitity of prop~y i~el~ing State ~fl 1~ o~- ~als or ~y kno~m edu~tionfl entity au~o~ to operat~ within the ganer~ geographical ~ U~n receipt of a nofic~ of iment to file ~ applica~on, a preapplica~on co~r~ce is po~ible. ~is progr~ is excluded from coverage under O~ Cire~ar No. A- 102. ~is progr~ is eli#ble for cov~age under ~O. 123~2, 'Intergovemmen~ Review of Feder~ Procaine" An ap#i~t shoed consult the o~ce or o~ciM detested ~ the s~gle point of conics in h~ or her S~te for more ~fo~ation on the process the State requ~ to be followed in ap##ng for a~is~ce, if the State hm selected the pro~ for review. An environmentM impa~ ~e~ment is requ~ed for ~is pro~am. Appfi~flon ~ocedare: ApOi~fion g~d~ ~d dead~n~ for filing ap- pli~fions ~e provided on a c~¢ by c~e bmis. All ap#ic~ must demonstrate the legal, fin~cial, and t~h~ ability to conduct the edu~tional progra~ proposed. ~is progrm is excluded from coverage under OMB Circal~ No. A-I10. Awed ~edure: Written notification ~th follow-up i~uance of formM tra~fer of tide. D~in~: Twenty days from notice of av~lability to expre~ inter~t in acquiring the property; 25 days from close of the expr~ion of inter~t period to develop ~d submit apOications. ~ge of Appreva/Disspproval Time: ~ty to 90 ~ys for ~n~five decisions, after receipt of the apOicafion, and 90 to 3~ days the focal transfer of a title. Aphis: Not applicable. RenewS: Not applicable. ~SI~ANCE CONS~E~ONS: Ferm~ ~d MstcHng Require~: Re~pient m~t cover all ex- pens~ for improv~ent, renovation, repair, m~tenance, and op- ermion of the program ~d faciliti~. ~n~ and Time Prying of ~ce: Up to 30 ye~. The fair m~ket value (~V) of the prope~ is amo~ized over a period of time established based on the type of prope~y acquired. Public benefit discount of the FMV is grated when public educational programs are ~ing conducted. POST ~S~ANCE REQ~EN~S: R~: An ~nuM written repo~ of acti~fi~ by ~e recipient. A~: On-site audits are conducted during the ~fiod of r~t~ction to assure operation ~ specified in the apOicmion ~d deed of t~sfer. R~: None. ~N~C~L ~FO~ON: Ac~t Ideaflfi~fion: 91-08~.0-1-503. Obfi~: (S~aH~ and ex~s~) Not sep~ate[y identifiabIe. ~ge ~d A~emge of Fi~ci~ ~ee: The average FMV w~ a~ut $39,9~ with a range of $726 to $211,723. PROG~ ACCOMPLISHME~S: Current active ~ nmber a~ut 8~ with approx~ately ten tr~fe~ ~r ye~. ~tofi~ly, • e progr~ ~ ~ferr~ over ~ p~cels of v~om siz~ with an acquisition vMue of $1.17 bi~ion. ~GU~IONS, GU~, ~D L~~: Re,lotions: ~ CFR 12; P~phlet: How to Acquire Su~l~ F~e~! R~ Prope~ for ~u~tinnM Pu~s~; Gu~e~es: Ap#icafion out- line ~d pr~ation ~is~ce ~ ~ ob~n~ at the zone o~ce level. ~O~TION CO~A~: Re~ or ~ O~¢~ See Appen~ IV of the ~og for a H~ ~ Federal R~ Pro~y ~s~ce ~ce of the Adulterer for M~ag~t ~c~, Dep~t of ~u~o~, ~ Independ~ce Ave., S~'.. ~'~ngto~ DC xame number for F'FS. RELATED ]PROGR2L~,~: N~ne. EXA~M]PLF_S OF FUNDED PROJEC'IS: Tyl~e of sxa'l~lus fazi~i~es available range from iml:roved or m~L~Fr~ved l~.d in r,-'ral and urban setthags (~g., former N~ke m~ss:le si:es to t~tal m~xrS' bases such as former Air Force stations). CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: All applications mus~ establish eligibility of the institution and its program needs. A public benefit allowanc~ formula, uniformly applied, determin~ the respective benefits of each program. Basic allowance of d0 percent is allowed to institutions meeting the following: (1) Prc~f of current need; (2) ability to operate and maintain; (3) suitability of ~aci/it/es or adaptabilit3~ for conversion; (4) req~ireme~at for uti- lizatinn through period of restrictions; and (5) nondiscrimination because of race, color, sex, handicap, or nationM origin. Addition- al allowances are made for tax support, accreditation, hardship, not met needs, integrated research, public services, and training programs. For competing programs, the one showing the greatest public benefit is selected. Where property can be divided, as many compatible programs as possible are accommodated. 84.14~ MIGRANT EDUCATION~COLLEGE ASSISTANCE MIGRANT PROGRAM (CAMP) FEDI~.ltAL AGENL-~: SECRETARY FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCA- TION AUTFIORIZATION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Section 418A, as amended, 20 U.S.C. 1070d-2. OILIECTIVES: To assist students that are engaged, or whose parents are engaged in migrant and other seasonal farmwork, and are en- rolled or are admitted for enrollment on a full-time basis in the ~rst academic ye.nr at an institution of higher education. TYPI~ OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RF_STRICTIONS: Project funds may be used to pro- vide supportive and instructional services, including tutoring and counseling services and assistance in obtaining student financial aid {including stipends, tuidon, and room and board) to first.year col- lege students, assist those students in obtaining financial aid for their remaining undergraduate years, and provide follow-up serv- ices, such as monitoring and reporting students first year and sub- sequent year academic progress, and referrals to counseling serv- ices, academic assistance or financial aid. ELI~IBILI'I~ REQUIREMEN'I~: Al~l~lie~nt Ellgibillt~. Institutions of higher education or private non- profit agencies in cooperation with institutions of ~ighe~ education may apply. Benefleiar~ Eligibility: First-year college students that are engaged, or whose parents are engaged, in migrant and other seasonal farm- work or who have participated or been eligible to participate in the Title I, Migrant Education Program or JTPA 402 will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: To be eligible to participate in a CAMP project, the applicant must: (l) Be enrolled or admitted for enroll- ment as a full-time student at a participating institution of higher education; (2) not be beyond the first academic year of a program of study at the institution of higher education, as determined under the standards of the institution; and O) be determined by the grante~ to need the academic and supporting services and financial assistance provided by the project in order to complete an aca- demic program of study at the institution of higher education. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Pr~l~ldhmtlon Coordination: ~ program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Ixttergovernmental Review of Federal Fro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the singte point of contact in his cr her State for more fnfor- marion on the process the State requires to be fclIo~ed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Al~ilettiot lh'tmednr~: Application forms are available from the De- partment of Edaeaficn. An appIieant submits its app~cati~n to the 6-96 791 T15769161,~
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Aw~ Pr~m~ ~e Dep~ent of ~a~on appIie~ ~f a~~d~ Act~M ~ego~afion ~fl award~g of done by the De~t of ~u~tion's Gm~ =d Cen~ac~ Se~c~ ~: ConMct the Department of ~ucafion for application R~ge of A~r~v~p~rov~ ~im~ ~ree months. Ap~: Non~ RenewS: Gr~ ~e aw~ded for five y~, subject to the availabil- ity of funds. ~SI~AN~ CONS~E~ONS: Fom~ ~d 3h~g Req~em~: ~is prog~ has no Matuto~, fo~a or matching requirement. ~n~ ~d ~e P~g a ~mce: ~e proje~ ~fiod is up to ~ monks; funds ~e aw~d~ for a twelve mon~ budget period. PO~ A~IST.~CE REQU~M~S: Re~m: Annual financiM stat~ and perfo~ce repo~ are re- quired. Au~: In accordance with ~e ~ucmion Dep~mem General Ad- minlstmtion Reg~ations in the Appendix to 34 C~ 80, State and loc~ gove~ents that r~eive fin~cial assis~ce of $1~,~ or more ~t~n the State's f~cal year shall have ~ audit made for that year. State ~d Io~I govemmen~ that r~eive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ with~ the State's fm~ audit made in accordance with the Ap~ndix to Pa~ 80, or in ac- cord~ with FederM laws and re#ations govem~g the pro- grams in which they p~ticipate. If such entities ~e excluded, audi~ of thee entiti~ shMl be made in accord~ce with statutory requiremen~ ~d the provisions of 34 C~ 74. Record: In accordance with the GenerM ~ucafion Pro~sions Act and the Education Depa~ment General Administrative Regula- tions 04 CFR 74, 75, and 80), grantees must mMn~n ce~in project recoMs for five years. ~AN~AL ~FO~ON: Account Iden~fion: Obli~flons: (Granm) ~ 95 $2,2~,~; ~ 96 est $2,028,~; and ~ 97 ~t R~ge ~d Avertge of F~eia ~Mmee: $263,~ to $324,~. PROG~ ACCOMPL~IE~S: Appm~tely 3~ studen~ in six institutions are being ~ed. ~GULA~ONS, GUIDEL~, ~D L~RA~E: 34 CFR 206. ~O~ON CO~A~: Re#on~ or ~ O~ce: Not appli~ble. H~dqume~ O~ee: O~ce of Migmt Education, O~ce of Elemen- tary ~d S~ondary ~ucafion, Depa.ment of ~ueafion, ~ In- dependence Avenue, SW., Po.Ms Bldg., R~m 41~, W~n~on, DC 20202. ~mact: Bayla F. WMte. Tel~hone: (202) 2~-11~. Use the ~e nmMr for ~S. RELA~D PR~: 84.011. Migr~t Edu~flon--B~ic State Gmt Prog~; 84.~2, ~IO~tudent Sup~. ~IO--Upw~ ~d; ~.141, Mi~m ~a~fion--~# School ~iv~cy Pro~ ~.1~, Migr~t ~ucadon~rd~fion Prog~; 93.2~, Mi~t H~th ~tem ~~ OF ~ PRO~S: Pro]~t funds ~e us~ to ro- sA ~t~t~ pa~cip~ ~d to pro~e ~rvic~ ~uch ~e~ as: tutoring; a~demic, c~eer, and ~ cou~Hng; heMth ~c~ ho~ing suppo~; cx~surc to a~de~c progr~, cult~al ev~ ~d o~ activifie~ not ~ly av~able g~t youth; ~d approp~te ~-~ice ~g activhi~ for project s~ff mem~. ~ FOR ~G PROP~: Frogr~ (34 C~ 2~) in~ude the cfite~ for ~g pro~, ~ fol- lo~s: PI~ cf ~oa (25 ~n~X ob]~ ~d ~'~i~ (20 ~in~.~; evM~t~on p]~ (15 p~ir~); q~li~- cf key ~el (I0 84.153 BUS~S ~ ~A~ON.~ EDUCA~ON ~E~ AG~': O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~TARY FOR POSTSECOND~Y EDUCA~ON, DEP~~ OF EDUCA~ON A~OR~ON: Higher Education Act of 1965, ~ ~endcd, Title VI, P~ B, ~blic ~w 102-325, 20 U.S.C. 1130, ll3Ob, an~ 1132. OBJE~V~: To promote innovation =d improvement in intcrna- tio~l bmin~ education cu~cula at institutions of ~gher educa- tion ~) =d promote ~ges bctwc~ ~ ~d the bmiasss community. ~ OF ASSI~: Project Gran~. US~ AND U~ ~~ONS: Institutions eli#bit for d~rcdon- ary ~ant f~ding must ~ter hto an a~cement ~th a b~in~s en- terS, trade org~i~tion or ~ociation engaged in ime~atio~l econo~c activiw, or a combination or co~o~m of the named cntiti~. ELIGIBIL~ ~Q~ME~S: A~pB~t ~i#ili~: Accredited institutions of higher education may apply. Institutions mint enh=ce their own intemation~ ~ademic progr~s =d provide appropriate servic~ to ~c bus~ commu- nity to expand U.S. exam abroad. Benefic~ E~#b~: Studcn~ ~d hculty at accredited institutions ~11 ~nefit. Creden~s~cum~m~: ~is pro~am is excluded from coverage ~der OMB Ckcul~ No. A-87. APPLICA~ON ~ AWA~ PRO~S: PreCiSion C~6on: ~is progr~ is ~cluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This pro~ is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~¢B~fion Pr~e: Eli#blc institutions may sub~t pro~s for funding of projects when the announ~ment of a new competition appears in the Fedcr~ Rcgigcr. Application fo~s and ~idelin~ are available from the Center for International ~ucation. ~is progrm is subject to the provisions of OMB Orc~ar No. A-110. Awed Pr~e: Final rcco~cndations arc made to the ~rc~y of ~u~don following ad~ce from a panel of consultants, devel- oped according to pr~edurcs in regulations. Dead~ Deadline for tr~smit~ of propomls h ~o~d in the Federal Register. ~ge of A~rov~¢¢ro,~ T~e: Appro~ately 120 days. Ap~: None. RenewS: Proj~t p~ may I~t up to 24 months. App~c~ submit ~rfo~ce repom for confin~don funding a~ording to imt~ctions establish~ by the Depa~ment. RenewMs ~e subject to the avMlability of appropriations. ~SI~AN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fomuh ~d ~htc~g R~emen~: ~e F~M s~re for ~ch fis~ ye~ s~l not excc~ 50 ~rc~t of the cost of ~ch project. ~h ~d T~e Ph~ing of A~: Gr~ ~ aw~ded for a 12 or 24 month ~. PO~ ~~ ~QUI~: Re~ lm6tu~ons m~t provide ~nM ream u~n completion of the pzog~. FM~ciM ream ~e Mso r~u~. Aa~m: None. R~: ~ rc~rds suppling clams ~der gm~ or relating to ac~bility for awarded f~ds must ~ av~able u~n request: (1) For ~rec y~s after cl~ of the f~ y~ in which ~e grit w~ cl~d out: or (2) until the gmt~ ~ nofifi~ of th~ complm- ~on cf a Fcd~ finaaclal audit, whichever is ~AN~ ~~ ON: ~" 97 ~ $3~29,~. (No:e: ~e ~" 96 ~t ~ill ~ de~e~n~ uFcn ~c~t ~f t~e I~5 apFroFfia/ion for th~ prog~m.) 792 T1576 91616
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Rm~ mad Av~e of ~ .~tance: $45,000 to ~~ONS, GL~E~, ~ND L~~: ~4 ~ 74, 75, 77, ~d 7S avionic from S~e~t cf Doc~c~, G~v- ~t P~g O~c~ W~on, DC 2~2. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~e~ or ~ ~ Not appli~le. H~ ~ee: Inte~a~on~ S~di~ B~ch, ~nter for In~er- ~tion~ ~u=afion, D~a~me~t of ~uca~on, ~ ~dependence Avenu~ SW., W~on, DC 20202-5332. ~n~ct: S~ T. B~ton. Telepho~: (202) ~1-9778. Use the ~e n~ber for ~D PROG~S: 84.220, ~n~e~ for Ime~tion~ Busia~ ~~ OF ~ED PRO~: Projec~ to improve t~ching of h~mafiun~ b~hc~ ~d sup~ lin~g~ betw~n sti~tio~ of ~gher education ~d ~e b~in~s comm~ty engaged ~ ~temafio~ commec~. ~ FOR S~E~G PROPOSe: App~fio~ for awards ~I be ev~t~ competitively under ~e selection criteria w~ch hcludes: (l) PI~ of operation (30 po~); (2) qu~fio~ of key ~non~ (10 ~u); (3) badger and cosbeff~tiveness (15 po~); (4) ev~uafion pl~ (15 ~); (5) adeq~cy of r~ourc~ (10 ~); ~d (6) need for ~e proj~t (20 poinu). M.I~ PUBLIC L~Y CONSTRU~ON A~ ~OLOGY EN~M~ (~CA - Title ~) ~D~ AGENt: O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~T~Y FOR EDUCATIONAL ~EARCH AND ~PROVEMENT, DEPAR~E~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Library ~ices ~d ~us~ucfion Ach Title II, ~ amended, 20 U.S.C. 351 et seq., unle~ othe~ise noted. O~~: To ~ist ~ the co~t~ction of new bu~d~gs ~d the acq~sifion, exp~sion, remodel~g, and ~t~ation of e~ting b~ld- ings for u~ ~ publlc ~br~; to acqu~e technological equipment, whe~er or not it is pa~ of the correction of a library; ~d to follow ~Lici~ and procedur~ in the const~ction of public libr~- i~ that ~ll provide for the prevention of r~ources in the facili- ~ OF ~T~: Formula Gran~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Funds may be used for the con- st~ctioa of new buildings ~d acquiring, ~p~d~g, remodeling, ~t~ng e~st~g buildings, ~d the purch~, 1~, ~d ius~lafion of eq~p~nt of any such beil~ngs, (~chid~g architects' fe~ ~d • e cost of ~qu~ng l~d). ~e tern 'tom.cLing" inchid~ pro- ~d~g ac~ for ~e h~dicap~d, e~ufing s~e wor~g environ- men~ ~d conse~ing energy, r~ova~g or tom.cling to accom- m~te new technologic, and the purch~e of e~sting b~d~ for conve~ion to public libra.. ~e te~ 'eq~pment" ~ciud~ infection ~d building t~hnologi~, vid~ ~d co~fions equ~pm~t, mac~e~, u~ifi~, ~d built-h ~uip- m~t ~d ~y nec~ enclosur~ or stmct~ to ho~ them~ and ~ o~er items n~ for the f~ctio~g of a pa~c~ fa- c~ty for the prov~ion of libra~ se~i~. Fun~ may not ~ for ~e purc~ of ~ and o~er Libr~ mte~s or for ~b~y ~i~ p~. A~U~t E~ S~te libr~y ad~trafive agen~ ha~g au- ~o~ m ad~ter Feder~ lands, supe~,i~ public ~b~ ~'- ice wi~ a S~te ~d toge~er wi~ p~cipa~g ~br~, have n~ r~c~ sa~t to ~tch F~ f~ds on a ~rcent- age b~ a~ordhg to ~r ~pi~ we~ ~y apply. ~fie~ ~h~W: G~er~ public, in l~ifi~ needing a new ~prov~ h~" facility or n~ing ~c~ public l~y t~h- ~~~fiom ~en~en~ to the b~i= S~te pl~ long-rage gm~ m~ ~comp~y ~e ~n~ progr~ appli~- d~ KPPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Pr~ppi~,-,tion Coordinatloa: T?~s pregram is e[~gfl:le f=r coverage under E.O. 12372. "Interg¢~e~entaI Review of Federal grams." (34 CFR 79~ An a~plicant sl~old cor~It the ~fSce or £cial de~atefl :~ the sing]e point of conta~ in ]~ or h~ S:ate for more inf0m:ati~n on the prc~ss the State req~res to he fcl- I~wed in agplying for ax~stane~ if the S~ate ]as selec~d the pro- gram for review. The Secretaz)" cf Education is resp~us~ble fc.r prodding notification of gram approval to the State. The standard applicafion forms as famished by the Federal agency m~st be ~sed for this program. Application Preterite: To qaaLify for a grant, States m~st submit for approval by the Secretary of Education a basic State plan (State/ Federal Agreement) as defined in Section 3 (11) of the Act. This plan includes the State's assurance of its capabilities for administer- ing the program, as well as specific policies, criteria, and priorities for implementing programs as defined in the Act. Award Procedure: Annually, each State must: (1) Review and amend, where necessary, the approved basic State plan; (2) review and revise its long-range program; and (3) submit an annual program consisting of the construction projects to be funded. All plans and programs must be developed with the advice 'of the State Adviso- ry Council on Libraries and in consultation with a representative of the Secretary of Education. Deadlines: State plans including the annual program are due by June I of the year of the appropriation. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: Not specified. APl~th: The State has 60 days after a plan has been disapproved in which to fde a petition with a circuit court of appeals. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Grants to States are based on the most recent total resident population data from the Bureau of the Census, but with a $100,000 minimum for the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, and a $20,000 minimum for the other outlying areas. The Federal share ranges from 33 per- cent to 66 percent except for the Republic of Palau which is 100 percent. Matching requirements are in proportion to the State's per capita income, based on data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. The Federal sha~e of any individual project assisted under this title shall not exceed 50 percent. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: After approval of the State plan, funds are awarded to the States as projects. Funds are avail- able until expended. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Relmrts: The State library administrative agency must submit finan- cial and performance reports annually. Audits: State and local governments that receive financial assistance of $1(30,000 or more within the State's fLscal year shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 within the State's f~cal year shall have an audit made in accordance with Federal laws and regulw tions governing the programs in which they participate. Codified after 34 CFR 80, Appendix (Audit Requirements for State and Local Governments). Records: Financial records must be retained for twenty years, be- cause the Federal interest in each project runs for twenty years following the date of project completion. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Aecanat Ideatifieatlee: 91-0104-2-1-503. Obligations: (G-rants) ICY 95 $24,000,000; FY 96 est not identifiable;, and FY 97 est $0. (Note: The l:~" 96 est g~ll be determined upon enactment of the 19~6 appropriation for this program; the F3" 97 est will be determined upon completion of the Library Programs reaathorization.) Range and Average of I~tammtul A~istance: Not apgIicable. PROGRAM ACCOMP~WS: In 1995, 64 percent of the lands were used for remodeling, providing access for the d/sabled, and ac.commodafi~g new technologies; 23 pea'~nt fo¢ prelm~ina~'y building ac~i~'~ties (acq~Lsi~on costs, archi:ect~re fees, eta) and 6-96 "/93 Tl57691617
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lruild~zgs; 322 o2nstruz~,=:n t:rcjects ~ ~r~ s~Bo~ Se~i:~ ~d ~s~et~n Act S~te-Adm~ris~ered Pr~/' 24 CFR 770; 34 C~ 76. 7L 70~ ~0. gl. ~2. ~5. ~d Re#~ or ~ 0~: N~t H~q~ O~ce: State Progr~s ~fion, Library Pro~, O~ of Edu~fion~ R~earch and ~provement, Department ~a~flon, ~ ~8epend~nee Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 2020~- 5571. Contact: Robe~ Kl~sen. Telephone: (202) 219-1303. Use the ~me number for ~S. REK~ PR~S: 84.034, Public Libra' ~e~; $4.035, terlibr~ ~operati~a ~d R~ource Shrug. EX~L~ OF ~DED PRO~8: Not applicable. C~ FOR SE~G PROPOSAl: Not aFplieable. 84.138 SECONDARY EDUCA~ON AND T~SITION~ SER~CES FOR YOU~ W~ DISABILI~ ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION A~ORI~TION: Individuals with Di~bilifies ~ueafion Act, Part C, Section 626, as amended, Public Law 101-476, 20 U.S.C. 1425; 29 U.S.C. 1501 el seq. OB~IVES: (I) Strengthen and coordinate special education ~d re- lated servic~ for youth with disabilities currently in school or who recently left school to assist them in the transifiou to postsec- ondary education, vocational training, competitive employment (including supported employment), continuing eduction, inde- pendent and community li~ng, or adult s~viees; (2) stimulate the improvem~t and development of programs for secondary sp~ial ~ueation; and (3) stimulate the improvement of the vocational and life skills of students with disabilities to enable them to be better prepared for transition to adult life and services. ~P~ O~ A~I~ANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (C~pera- tire Agreement); Project Grants (Contracts). USES A~ U~ RES~I~ONS: Awards may include research, de- velopment, demonstrations, training, dissemination, and other ac- tiviti~ addressing program objectives. ELIGIB~ ~QUI~M~S: Applicant Eli#bility: Institutions of higher education, State edu~- tionM agencies, local educational agenei~ and other appropriate public and private nonprofit institutions or agengi~, including the S~te job training coordinating councils and service delivery administrative entities establ~hed under the Job Training P~tner- ship AeL 29 U.S.C. 1501 et seq. ~nefiei~ Eli#bflity: Youth with disabilities benefit. ~edenflfls~menmfion: Costs will be dete~ined in accordance ~vith OMB Circul~ No. A-87 for State ~d l~M governments. OMB CircuI~ No. A-21 for educational institutions also app~. APPLICA~ON AND AWA~ PROC~S: Pre~pp~fion C~r~in~fion: ~e standard application forms ~ fur- nish~ by the F~eral agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 m~t ~ used for this pro~. ~is progr~ is eli#hie for coverage under ~O. 12372, 'Intergovemmental Review of Feder- al Program." An apFli~nt should co~sult the o~tee or designated ~ ~e tingle ~int of contact in ~ or her S~to for more i~fo~tion on the pro:~s the S~te r~u~ to be followed in applying for ~sismnee, if the S~te ~ related ~e prog~ for review. AppOrtion Ermine: A~pli~o~ m~t be sent to the Dep~tment of Eda~g~n Appli:afien ~ntrol Center, Attention: CFDA 84.15g, ~ l~depenSe~ge Ave., SW., W~gton, DC 20202- 4725. Ap~Ii~om ~re revie~a ~y ~eld r~e~ =~ sel~oa ~afle a~erd~g to pa~Igh~ ~tefi~ ~ progr~ is sabj~t the provi~ivns of OMB C~rcu~ar No. A-110. A~ P~e: FolIo'~ing revi~ cf appli~uo~3 b~ fiel~ r~d~ t~e A~rant S~retary ~f S~c~ Ed,~ti~a ~d Related 794 receive ~tten n~£~t~o~ of D~: Con~ct the ~qu~te~ ~ at Appr~val,Dimpprov~ T~e: App~: N~t ReneW: F~nd~g is gene~Iy for a cue y~ pc~od for a m~ximu~ of three years. Renewals are subj~t to ths availability cf funds. ASSI~ CONS~A~ONS: Fom~ ~d Ma~h~g Requirmen~: Th~ progr~ h~ no statutory fo~ula or matching requirements. ~n# and Time Ph~g of A~is~c~ T~ree wi~ ye~ly renewals may be fu~d~. Renewals are subject to the availab~ity of funds. POS~ ASSI~AN~ REQL~REMENTS: Re~: Progress re~ and finM repor~ shall ~ sub,tied as re- quired by the award d~ument. Audi~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, "Audits of State and Local Gove~en~," State =d loeM governmen~ that receive $1~,~ or more a year in Federal fi- nancial ~sistance shall have an audR made for that year. State and lc~al gove~men~ that receive between ~25,~ and $1~,~ a year shall have ~ audit made in accord~ce with Circular No. A- 128. or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations gove~- ing the progr~s in which they participate. Records: As stated in the grant or contract terms and eonditiom, the awardee shall maintain accounts, records, and other evidence pertaining to all costs incurred, revenues, or other appli~ble ac- quired under this grant. FINAN~AL INFO~ON: Accost l~nflfl~tion: 91-03~2-I-501. ObBgafi0ns: (Gr=ts and contracts) FY 95 $24,~,~; FY 96 ~t not identifiable; and ~ 97 eat $0. (Note: The FY 96 est will ~ deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro~am; the FY 97 eat will be determined upon completion of the IDEA reauthorization.) R~nge and Average of Financial ~s~mnee: Awards range from $1~,~ to $I,5~,~; $151,~. PROG~I ACCOMP~SHMENTS: In fiscal year 1995, approxi- mately 90 awards were funded. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERA~RE: Regulations were published July 11, 1984 (34 CFR 326). Amendmenm were published in the Federal Re#ster on September 10, 1987, ~tober 22, 1991 and December 20, 1991, 34 CFR 325. INFO~IATION CO~A~S: Re#o~l or ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dqu~ters O~ee: Division of ~ueational Services, O~ce of Special Education Programs, ~ Independence Ave., SW.. W~h- in,on, DC 20202. Contact: Michael Ward. Telephone: (202) 205- 8163. Use the s~e number for ~S. RELA~D PR~IS: 84.023, S~ciM Edu=~on--Innovation and Development; 84.078, Special ~ucation--Postseconda~ ~uea- tion Proems for Persons with D~abilities. EXAMPL~ OF ~ED PROJECt M~el Demonstration: (1) Development of criteria for ent~, into v~ious work~ttings living a~angements; (2) development of strategies to incr~e job retention ~rough extended year and evening prog~s; (3) devel- opment of strate#es a~d materials to esh=ce tke development of ~a~itional programs in ru=! ~e=; (4) model development to asset auti~ie adot~ts and adults in ~e~ing competitive em- ployment; (5) c~mtive models to asf~t youth to participate in adult ~rvic~; (6) development of job training s~ate#~ to ~ist youth in entering competitive employment; ~d (~ identi~y/devel- op aker~nv~ for you~ with di~bilifies who have drop~ out of school ~ FOR S~G PROPOSe: The c~terM to cv~te zppli~ti~ns for model pro~eets incl~de: (a) P/an cf o~a~n (10 p~in~): tb} q'aa~ity of key Ferwnn~l co~t~ffecti~en~s 110 ~e) adequacy ~f r~arce, 6-96 TI576 91618
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~ints). 84.1S9 SPEC~ EDUCATION--SPE~ S~S FOR PERSONS W~ DIS~~ ~D~L AGENt: O~ICE OF SPECIAL EDUCA~ON A~ REHABILITATIVE SERVICe, DEPARTME~ OF EDU- CATION A~O~TION: Individuals with Dimbiliti~ ~umtion Ae~ Part B, Section 618, ~ amended, Public Law 101-476, 20 U.S.C. 1418. O~~: (1) To provide suppo~ for ~m collection aefivi~i~ and smdi~, inv~ligations, and evaluations; (2) to ~s~ the ~d effectiven~s of proga~ ~d projee~ ~isted und~ the Indi- vidu~s with Disabilities ~ueation Act, and the effectivene~ of Stale and 1o~1 efforts ~o provide a fre~ appropriate public educa- tion to all children and youlh with all.billies; and (3) ~o provide sup~ for the developmenl, publication ~d dish.nation of in- fo~tion to the ~ngress required ~der Section 618 of the Act. ~P~ OF ~SISTANCE: Project Grants; Pr~ect Gran~ (~opera- rive AgreemenS); Project Grants (Contracts). US~ AND USE R~I~ONS: Only State educational agenei~ and other S~ate agencies designaled by the Governor in ~eh State for the pu~ose of administeri.g an ~rly intervention program under Part H of the Act are eli~ble for funding under Seofion 618 (d) of the Act. Under this Section the Feder~ pa~mem exceed sixty percent of the cost of studies by a padi~ipafing Sm~e education~ agency ~o asess the impact ~d effectiveness of pro- gr~s ~isted under the Education of the H~diaapped Act. For other acfiviti~ authorized by this program, ~e SecreCy may make awards to appropriate public ~d private instilutions ~d or- ganimtio~. ELIGIBIL~ ~Q~REME~S: A~li~t Eli~bili~: Public or private ~geneies, institu~ns, org~i- ~tions, and other appropriate partly. Only State educational agencies and agencies designated by the Governor in each Sta~e for ~he purpose of administering an e~ly intervention prog~ under P~ H of the Individuals with Dimbilities ~ucafion Act are eli~ble for awards under the Sta~e Agency~eder~ Evalua- tion Studies Progr~, Section 618 (d) of the Act. Be~efieis~ Eli~bili~: lnfan~s, toddlers, children, youth ~d other in- dividu~ with disabilities benefit. Crefleag~umenmf~n: Cos~s will be de~e~ined in wi~h OMB Circular No. A-87 for State ~d 1~ govemmenls. OMB Circular No. A-21 for edu~tional institutions appli~. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PROS: Pr~d~, C~r~i..6~.: The s~dard application fo~s ~ fur- nished by the Federal agency a.d req~red by OMB Circular No. A-102 mus~ be used for this program. This progr~ is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~tl~ Procedure: Applications m~ be sent to ~e O~ee of ~u~fion Application Control ~nter. ~ Ind~endenee Avenue, SW.. W~hington, DC 20202. Appligafions are re~4ewed by field r~de~, sel~fion is made according to published criteria. program is subject *o the pro@qions of OMB Cireul~ No. A-II0. A~ ~ure: Following review of applications by ~d readers, ~he Seere~a~ of Education m~ the fin~ d~ion to approve. defer, or r~ject in~ivid~ pro~sals b~d on objective re,flows by ou~ide expe~ and staffi Negotiations are conducted by tete- phone~ Unsuccessful applicants ~ill receive ~tten notification. ~.~: Cenm=t ~e h~flqua~em e~ce for application d~adlines. ~ge of Approv~ppro~-al T~e: ApFroximately 9~180 day~ Ap~ ~ntract Frcpo~s ~a ~ re'~ Ca ~e b~i~ ef r~om- m~fi~ ~de da~g the review ~d ~egefiati~n pro~. ap~l press d~ m~t apply to ~ ~r c~pe~e a~ee- Renew~l~ F,~.ur~i:~g is gener~lly f~r a one y~ ~- Malti-)~r ~r~jec~ ~y r~ei'.e c~n~n fa~mg b~d cn sr~ rev~e~, ~fa:t~r~ ~c~uze, ~d a~a~bihW of f~n~. ~.~N~ CONS~ONS: ~J~ ~e Fe~s~ ~a)~ent n~t to exceed ~ ~rccnt For c~er g~, cc~pcra~ve a~m~, no ma~h~g rcq~remcn~ ~n~ ~ ~e P~ing of ~s~nc~ Fund~g ~ gencr~ly for one y~ pcd~s, for a m~um of five y~. Some cooperative agreemen~ ~y ~ nego~ated for va~able Icn~hs depcndlng the nature of ~c study ~obc conducted. Multi-y~ projects are subject to ~tisfacto~, pro~s ~d a contin~tion application m~t be submitted for approval for each subsequent year of t~e project. POS~ ~I~ REQUIEMS: Re~: Pro~ reports ~d EnM rep~s ~ required by awed document. Au~: ~ accoM~ce ~dth the provisions of OMB Circd~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of S~tc and ~M Government," State ~d local govemmen~ that receive fin~cial ~sislance of $I~,~ or more within the State's fiscM year shMl have ~ audit made for ~at yc~. S~te ~d local governments lhat rcce[v~ bc~een $25,~ ~d $I~,~ within the State's fiscM year shMl have an audit made in accoMan~ with Circul~ No. A-128, or in accordance wi~ Federal laws and regulations gove~ing the programs in which t~cy paRicipatc. Record: Accounts, records and other evidence pc~aining to costs, revenu~ or other appIi~blc credits should bc ma~taincd during the project ~6od and for ~rcc y~rs after the project is te~inat- cd. ~AN~AL ~O~IA~ION: Accost Iden~om 91-03~-I-501. ObE~o~ (O~n~ and contracts) FY 95 $~,I~,~; ~ 96 ~t not idcn~able; and FY 97 ~t $0. (Nora: ~c ~ 96 will ~ dcter- m~ed upon enactment of the 1996 approp~ation for this program; • e FY 97 ~t will bc dctc~incd u~n completion of the IDEA rcau~o~tion.) R~ge ~d Avenge of F~snc[al ~Is~ $50,~ to $295,~. PROG~I ACCOMP~S~ME~S: In fis~l y~r 1995, approximate- ly 15 awards are made. ~A~ONS~ G~EL~ES, AND L~E~REt Teeh~cal Amendmen~ w~e published in the F~e~I Register on July 27, 1988, Octo~r 22, 1991 and June 29, 1992, 34 CFR 327. IN~O~TION CO~A~ R~on~ ~ ~ O~ce: Not applicable. H~dq~em O~ce: Disdsion of Innovation ~d Development, O~cc of S~clal Eduction Programs, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202. ~nmct: Lou D~ielson. Telephone: (202) 205-8119. Use ~e ~me num~r for ~S. RE~D PRieSt 84.027, Spcci~ ~ucation~G~ts 84.173, Sp~iM ~uca~on~Pr~ch~l Gr~. E~P~ OF ~NDED PRO#E~: (I) A study to cvM~te pr~ ccdur~ ~dcr~ken to prevent crronco~ ela~i~tion of dibbled children; (2) ~ ~ysis of State ~d Io~ implementation (3) ve~cation of proccd~ to ~'c d~bled children; (4) a Mudy comp~g student t~ov~ rates ~tw~n s~iM ~d regu- I~ ~u~tion~ (5) an ~ssment of cfit~ v~abl~ ~at aff~t the placement of cmo~on~y mMadjusted s~dcn~; ~d (6) studi~ of edu~o~ service to l~ing disabl~ smdeR~ se~ed within re~1~ education. ~ FOR SE~NG PROPOSA~ As printed in each appli~lion ~nounccment for gr~ an~ c~ratlvc agreement, ~d ~'s f~r con~e~. Chte~a for evening cln~e a pl~ of c~ra~cn, quarry cf key petrel, ~ cv~a~on ~lan, a p~d budget r~ d~p~cn ~d o~er f~to~ such ~ ~ee, ~f~1~ and tec~i~ ~und~ cf rroje=t. 6-96 795 T157691619
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84.160 TRAE~ING I~-I'ERPRETERS FOR INDI%~I~UALS V~TIO ARE DEAF IND13,~IDUALS %TIO ARE DEAF-BLE~D F~DERAL AGENCX: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION AUTHORIZATION: Rel-m'~ta~n Ac~ of 197"L TRIo III, Part A, Sec- tion 392(f), a~ amended, Public Law 93-112; P~blic Law Publi= Law 102-569, 29 U.S.C 774 (d). OB,IECI~ES: To supgo~ projects that increase ti~e n~mbers and prove the skills of manual, oral, and cued speech interpreters pro- riding services to individuals who are deaf and individuals who are deaf-blhad. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Grants are awarded to eligible grantees to provide training for manual, tactile, oral and cued speech interpreters. This training may include classroom instruc- tion, workshops, seminazs, and field placement. Curriculum may include specialty areas such as interpreting in legal, medical, or re- habilitation settings or for deaf-blind, speech-impaired or develop- mentally disabled persons. ELIGIBILITY REQIY[REMEN~S: Al~pllea~t EligibilRy: Public or private nonprofit agencies and organi- zations, including institutions of higher education are eligible for assistance. Benefl¢i~ Eligibility: Individuals preparing for employment as in- terpreters for individuals who are deaf and individuals who are deaf-blind individuals who are pr~ently serving as interpreters for individuals who are deaf and individuals who are deaf-blind and wish to maintain or raise the level of their skills, and the persons who will receive the servicc~ of interpreters are beneficiaries of this program. Credenflal.~/Documentation: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. OMB Circular No. A-2t for educational institutions applies. APPLICATION AN~ AWARD PROCESS: Pre~pplieation Coordination: The standard application forms as fur- nished by the Federal agency and required by Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. This program is eligible for cover- age under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State; for more infor- mation on the process the State requir~ to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. ApI~lic~tlon Procedure: Application is made to Department of Educa- tion, Application Control Center, 600 Independence Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202-4725. This program is subject to the provi- sions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: All new applications are reviewed by a panel of at least three individuals. Each panel will include one or more non- federal consultants with experience and training with interpreting for individuals who are deaf and individuals who are deaf-blind. Deadlines: Contact the headquarters office for application deadlines. l~se of Appm,~l/Disapl~ras~I '13me: Approximately 60 to 90 days. Al~l~e~ls: None. Rememd~: Projects are approved for multi-year periods for up to five years and may be continued daring the period based on an annual review of accomplishments, submission of a continuation applica- tion and availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Form~l~ ~ad M~tch~g R~quirement~: Grantees axe required to share in the cost of projects with a F~rtion subject to individual negotia- tions. Lemgth ud Time Pluming of A.~i~a~ee: Project support is usually available for a period of three to five years with amraal fanding~ POST A~SISTANCE REQUIRF~MENT~: R¢~.~. Aana~I progress and a~dit repot~.s are made to the Reha~Hi- ration Services Admini~u'ation. Audlt~ Acco~mt~ng an&Is m~t be cond~cte:l on a ccnt~n-a~ng or at sche~ale~ i~ter-va]~. Record~ Proper reccr~ mast be r~a~:a~ned f~r ~r~ y~ s~- ~~ ~O~4~ ON: 97 ~t S2,1~5,3~ ~ge ~d A)e~ ~f F~c~ ~c~ Proj~t gr~ ~ve ra~ge~ from $112,03~ to $13~,429. PR~M ACCO~~: Twelve grojec~ ~e ex~1~ 1o receNe fm~ci~ suF~on in fiso~ y~ ~G~A~ONS, G~~, A~ ~~: Training of Interferes for In~vid~s who are De~ ~d ~vid~s who ~e D~f-B1iod Re~lationg (34 CFR 395); (34 C~ 39~; ~e tion Dcp~ment Gener~ A~trafive Reg~afions ~DGAR) in 34 C~ 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, ~d ~FO~L~TION CO~A~S: ReOo~ or ~ Office: Not appli~ble. H~dqa~e~ Office: Office of Speci~ ~u~tion ~d Rehahili~tive Se~ic~, Depa~ment of ~ucafion, ~ Independence Ave., SW., W~shington, DC 20202-2736. Con~ct: Victor G~oway. Tele- phone: (202) 205-9152 or (202) 205-8352 ~D). U~ the ~e humor for ~S. Reg~ding Nafion~ ITP Progr~ or George N. Kosovich, (202) 205-9698 or (202) 205-8919 ~DD) reg~d~g ~e RegionM ITP Programs. ~LA~D PROG~MS: 84.029, S~ci~ Education--Personnel De- velopment and Parent Training; 84.129, Rehab~i~tion Long-Te~ Training. E~L~ OF ~NDED PROJE~: Ten gr~ were aw~ded to colleg~ and universities that have ongo~g si~ l~g~ge/orM te~reter tr~ng prog~ of proven merit ~d ~e ~e~ r~g- ing f~m four to eight S~t~. Two projec¢ are nafio~ ~ ~. Prog~ms include training coupes ~nnected to de~ee pro~ in interfering; short-te~ practic~ ~ain~g l~d~g to hte~reter cenifi~tion; and wor~hops, ~min~s, ~d practicms. CR~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: ~e rdevance of ~e project to the s~ted objectiv~ of the ~te~reter t~g progrm. The humor of trainees expected to ~ involve; demonstrat~ pacify or potential for providing inte~retcr tr~n~g, the p~t record of e~fing training progr~s; ~d the g~aphi~ peered to be served. 84.161 RE~BILITA~ON SER~S~LIE~ ~SISTANCE PROG~M (CAP) ~DE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~TAgY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REH~ILITAT~ SERVICES, DEP~T~NT OF EDUCATION A~HORI~ON: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title I, P~ B, ~c- tion 112, as amended, ~blic Law 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 732. OBSESS: (1) To provide ~sh~ce in ~fo~ing and ~v~g eft- ents ~d client applic~ of available ~nefi~ ~der the Rehab~i- ~tion Act; (2) to ~i~ ~d advocate for c~ ~d eliot appfi- cants in thdr relati~mhip with projects, pro~s ~d r~abfli~tion programs proving se~i~ to them ~der ~h Act including ~is~n~ ~d ~v~acy ~ pu~u~g legM, ~tive ~d other appropriate remedi~; (3) to pro~de ~fo~a~an available se~'ic~ und~ the Act to any indi~d~ ~th in the S~te; ~d (4) to provide info~afion on Title I of t~ Amefic~ ~ D[~bRi~ Act to ~y hdi~d~ ~ the US~ ~D U~ ~~ONS: Grit ~ds may ~ ~d to help clien~ ~d ap~ii~s overcome ~rohle~ wi~ ~ deliver, s)~te~, to give ~fo~aOon to individ~s ~ ~b~fi~ S~te and to pay the c~t of t~v~ ~hted ~ ~e pro~ion of ~k~. No ul~ action ~ ~e ~G~" ~Q~M~: are ~ble for aw~&. ~e Governor sh~l d~ a pubh~ ~r gn~'a~e ag~ to con~u~ ~e Sm~s pro~. 796 6-96 " 1 T157o9 620
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Be~A~ctar~ El/si~lli~y: Cli~ts ~:1 ~Ii~t ~p~ r~x~g A~ of 1973, m ~de~, ~II ~nefi~ ~ OMB Circ~ N~. A-~7 fcr Sm~ ~fl I~ APPLI~ON ~N~ AW~ PR~: nish~ by th~ Fcd~ agency w4~ approvM of OMB ~er the Pa~ozk R~uc~on Act of 19~0. ~ pzo~ ~ eli~bla far coverage under ~.O. 12~72, '~tcrgov~men~ Rc~sw cf M Pro~" ~ applier should cons~t the o~ or o~ciM d~i~at~ ~ ~e sin~e ~oint of conmcl ~ h~ or her Smtc for more ~fo~afion on ~e precis ~e S~ zeq~ m ~ fo~owed in appl~ng foz ~is~ce, if ~e S~te hm ~Ic~d ~e progr~ for A~U~on ~e: ~e Governor submits ~nr~c~ ~t mcct ~c rcq~emen~ ~blish~d ~dsr the R~b~i~on Ac~ ~ded, ~d FederM re~la~ions. ~s prog~ is excluded from cove~e under OMB C~cu~ No. A-110. Awed Pr~d~e: Notice of ~nual ~lotment to S~t~, qu~rly ~t awed notic~ ~d funds are wi~dra~ under the Tz~fcr System or by Tr~ check. De~: Con~ct the re,ohM o~ce for deadens. ~ge of A~rov~rev~ ~e: Not appli~ble. A~: ~e State may app~ to the O~ce of Admin~trative Law J~g~ (34 CFR 81). RenewS: Not appl~ble. ~S~ CONSIDE~ONS: Festa ~d Matc~g Req~emea~: In accord~ce ~ ~blic Law 98-221 FederM funds ~c dist~butcd on ~e b~is of ~c rela- tive ~pulation of ~ch Sm~, except no State sh~l receive t~ $50,~, Te~to~ $30,~. ~cn to~l f~ds av~able for this program exceed $7,5~,~, the ~um ~lotment $1~,~ for S~tes ~d $45,~ for Ter~to~. ~s progr~ no matching r~uiremcn~. ~n~h ~d T~e Ph~g of ~h~ee: Annually. PO~ ASSIST~ REQU~EME~: Re~ A~ual progress repot, ex~di~e re~, and q~tedy c~h repots. Au~: In accord~cc with the provisions of OMB ~c~ar No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of S~te and LocM Government," S~tc ~d loc~ govemmcn~ that rcccive financial ~s~t~cc of $1~,~ or more wit~ the S~te's fiscal y~r shMl have ~ aunt made for that year. State ~d loc~ govcmmen~ that receive ~twc~ $25,~ ~d $1~,~ ~in the S~te's fis~ year sh~l ~ve an audit made in accord~ce with Circular No. A-12& or in accord~cc with Federal laws ~d reg~afio~ gove~g the pro~s in w~ch they p~icipate. R~or~: lnfo~afion on clien~ ~d client applicants s~ved should be mainlined. ~~ INFO~ION: Acc~t Id~m~en: 91~301~-1-506. Ob~eom: (Gran~) FY 95 $9,824,~ ~ 96 cst $10,119,~ ~ 97 ~t $10,392,~. ~8e ~d Ave~e of F~d~ ~sh~: ~c aw~ r~gcd from ~,950 to $896,299; $1~,368 ~r agency. PR~! ACCO~LI~: In fm~l y~r 1995, an ~timated ~,5~ clien~ wi~ ~ sc~,cd. ~e ma~ty (or more th~ ~ee- fo~s) of in~du~s ~ved w~e ~o~ wi~ d~b~i~ who r~n~t~ rou~e info~afion or rcfe~M ~i~. ~G~ONS, GU~E~, ~ ~~ Client ~dst- ~ce Prog~ Re~ons (34 C~ 370). ~O~ON CO~A~: R~ er ~ O~ce: S~ Ap~nd~ ~ of ~e ~og for a list of ~e re,ohM H~ ~ce: D~ment of ~u~on, ~s~t~ ~ ~d~nd~ce Av~ SW, W~gton, DC 2~2. ~k E. S~b. TeI~hcne: (Z02) 2~9~. U~ ~c ~e n~r f~r ~S. RELATED PROGraMS: g4.I26, Re~'~abititafi~'tx Ser~-ices--Vc~fi~tml S~-i~ Pro~ec~; ~,132. ~ f~r ~e~d~t Li~n~ M.I~3, T~ning ~rete~ for Inai~-~d~ -~ho are D~ ~ud Indi~d~s Li~g S~c~ for OId~ l~i~d~ ~o ~e B~nfl; S4.1~7, SaF- itic~ ~.~, ~ojcc~ wi~ ~dus~; ~.2~, Pro~ of Protec- tion ~d Adv~cy of ~di~d~ ~#~ ~~ OF ~ PRO~: Not ap~li~ble. ~ FOR ~E~G PROPOSAl: Not appli~ble. 84.162 ~G~ EDUCA~ON ~ AG~: O~CE OF B~GUAL EDUCATION A~ ~O~ L~GUAGES AFF~RS, DEP~TMENT OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Element~ ~d ~n~ ~ucafion Act, Title ~I, Pm ~ ~ ~cndcd. O~~: To pro~de ~mce to Smt~ for educafionM s~ces ~d costa for i~i~aut children enrolled in demcn~ and scc- ond~y public ~d nonpublic ethyls. Smt~ prodde ~d~g to tho~ I~M ~ucafion~ agcnci~ (LEAs) whose enrollment of im- ~t c~dren in demcn~ and ~cond~ public ~d nonpub- lie schools is at l~t 5~ or three percent of the to~ enrollment. To be co~t~, ~i~t cMldren m~t have been enrolled in U.S. sch~Is for I~ t~ t~ec y~s. ~P~ OF ~I~: Fo~a Gr~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: F~ may be reed to: (I) Provide supplem~y edu~fionM ~c~ for ~gr~t c~drcn to ac~cve a ~facto~ level of ~ffo~ce; (2) pro~de b~ic ~- st~ction~ se~c~ directly attributable to the pr~ncc of i~i- ~t chiMrcn; md (3) provide ~sc~icc trig for ~monncl in- s~c~g i~i~t ch~dren, E~G~ ~Q~REME~: Ap~mt E~#b~W: Smm edu~tionM agenci~ ~c eligible to apply for a grmt. U.S. Tc~to~ are also di#ble to apply. Benefld~ E~#bi~: Dk~t ~neficim~ are locM edu~fionai agenci~. Indirect benefici~ are i~t ch~dren enrolled in pubh~ ~d non-pubic sch~Is ~der the jurisdiction of or within • e dis~c~ ~ by LEA~ Cr~eafl~en~: ~s~ ~ll be dctc~ed ~ accord~cc with OMB C~cMar No. A-87 for S~te and I~ government. ~PLICA~ON ~ AW~ PRO~S: ~flea ~tt~on: ~e s~d~d appli~fion fo~s ~ fur- ~hed by ~e Fcde~ agency ~d rcqu~ed by OMB Circul~ No. A-102 mint ~ ~ for ~is pro~. ~is progr~ ~ eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'IntcrgovemmcntM Review of Feder- al Pro~." An app~cmt shoed comet the o~ce or o~cial d~i~ted m the s~#e point of contact ~ his or her State for more infomfion on the pr~c~ the S~te rcq~r~ to be fo~owcd in appl#g for ~ce, ~ the State h~ ~l~t~ the pro~ for renew. A~B~ ~m: AppH~fiom mint ~n~ ~urm~ ~d da~ on ~igr~t c~dr~ ~d must ~ submiRed m ~e Depa~- ment of ~u~fion ~ ~csrdmc~ with F~c~ Rc#tcr ~nounc~ m~. ~ progr~ ~ exclud~ from coverage under OMB Cir- cMar No. A-II0. Aw~ ~m: ~e S~re~' dctc~ ~e ~o~t of aw~ds m S~t~ b~ on ~e nm~r of di#ble c~dr~ r~ed by the S~t~ De~: ~* cl~g ~te ~4B ~ publ~h~ in ~e F~e~ Re#- ~ge of A~mv~ov~ ~e: Appro~a~ly ~ days. Ap~: ~e S~re~ d~ not d~p~rovc ~ apportion ~fore pro~g ~e State w~ r~ble notice ~d ~ cpF~rJv f~r 37 C~ 76.2~ R~ew~: Not a~h~bl~ 797 TI57691621
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~SSIST.~N CE CONSIDEI~&TIONS: Form*I* ~ ~1 ~r~: ~ ~c~ cc~m~ ~n~ a S~e i~ ~ed to r~i-~e b~d on t~e ~um~r b~e i~i~ut chorea rc~2~ ~y ~c S~t~ muItiplied b~' ma~e av~2abIc to ~c State under ot~er Fed~ prcgr~s ~ ~me ~u~se to s*~'e chilar~ citable under ~ pro~ and b~cd on t~c availability of funds. A S~te may use up to 1.5 per- cent of the award for adminiMrativc costs. ~e remMning are allocated to LEAs b~efl cn ~eir reposed counts of immi- grant children. ~n# a~d Time Ph~ing of A~ce: If a SM~e or subgr~tec not obligate all of i~ grant or subgrant f~ds by the end of the fiscal year for which funds were appropriated, it may obligate remaining funds doting a carryover pefi~ of one additio~l year. POST ASSIgneE REQU~MENTS: Re~o~s: Re~s are provided ~ required by the ~ucation Depa~- ment's General Administrative Reg~ations, 34 CFR 76.720-76.721. Audi~: In accoM~ce with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, "Audi~ of S~te and L~al Governments," S~te and local gove~menks that receive fin~ciM ~smnce of $1~,~ or more within the S~tc's fiscal year shMl havc ~ audit made for that year. State and 1o~1 gove~ts that r~eive between ~d $[~,~ within the SMm's fiscM y~ shall have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the progrms which they participate. Record: As required by the Education Depa~ent's General Ad- minist=fivc Regulations, 34 CFR 76.730-76.741. ~AN~ ~ORMA~ON: Accost Iflcn~fion: 91-13~-0-1-501. Obligations: (Formula grants) FY 9S $50,~,~; FY 96 est $50,~,~; ~d FY 9) ~t $1~,~,~. Range and A~emge of Fin~ciil ~sista~ee: The average per child al- location w~ a~ut ~61 in 1995. PROG~M ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Forty-thrce States. Puerto Rico, and District of Columbia applied for and received ~istance under this program to serve 822,084 immigrant children. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERA~RE: Education Department's General Administrative Re~lations 34 CFR 76, 77, 79. 80, 81.82, 85, 86, and 581 apply. INFO~A~ON CONTA~S: Re#onal or ~ O~ce: Not applicablc. H~dquarte~ O~ce: Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languag~ Affairs, Department of ~ucation, Switzer Building, 330 C Street, SW., Room 5615, W~hington, ~ 20202. Contact: Ms. He,feet Sandhu. Tele#one: (202) 203-9808. Use the same humor for ~S. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. ~AMPLES OF ~DED PROJE~S: No examples are currently availaMe. C~ERIA FOR SELE~N~ PROPOSAl: ~e Secretly m~es awards to State educational agenci~ that submit the req~red surances and dam on immigrant children enrolled in sch~ls in those l~al edu~tionM agencies that q~li~y for ~sistance based on enrollment of immi~ant children. 84,163 LIB~RY SER~S FOR ~N T~ ~D ~WA~N NA~S ~DE~ A~': OFFICE OF ASSI~A~ SECR~ARY FOR EDUCATION~ ~SEARCH AND ~PROVEMENT, DEP~T~ OF EDUCATION AU~OR~TION: Libra,, Ser;i~ and Co~dction Act, amcnd,d. Title ~. ~tion 5tc) ~d 5{d), Public Law 101-2~4, 20 U.S.C. 35l et seq. O~S: To ~rcm~te the ex~nsion cf pabIic lib~" s~i~ Indhr~ ~ing on or n~r r~ations; for I=d~ ~b~ and provide incenfi',es for the e~blis~m~t ~fl ~pansi~n of tfib~ Ii- ~bl~h ~d sup~ ongoing hb~r~" ~ OF ~~ Project Gr~:s for: (1} Insc~c cr vr~e~'ice training of Indians or HawMian Nafiv~ ~ libr~' ~m~cl; (2) purch~ of lib~" matcnMs; (3} conduct of special lihra~, pro~s for Indians or HawMi~ rive; (4) sM~ of libra~ ~rsonnel; (5) construction, purch~ renovation or remoflM~g of libra,, b~idings and faeiliti~; (6) tr~mfien to enable Indians or Hawaii~ Nativ~ to have acce~ to libr~y ~rvic~; (7) di~eminaion of information abom li- brary ~dces; (8) a~ment of tfihM or HawMian native libra,, needs; and (9) con~ac~ to provide public libr~y services to Indi- ans living on or n~ r~e~ations, to Infli~s or Indian tribes OK, CA, and AK, or to ~wMian natives to accomplish any of the acti~ti~ M ite~ (1) through (8). Under speciM projects award~ no funds shall bc allocated m ~ Indian tribe units are adminhtered by a libr~n. ELIG~IL~ Ap#i~t Eli~b~: Federally r~ognized Indian tribes =fl org~i- zMions that p~arily se~,e Hawaii~ Nafiv~ that ~e r~ogn~ by the Governor of the State of Hawaii may apply. Only Indi~ tribes that have received a b~ic grant in the s~e fiscal ye~ the year of applicmion are eligible to apply for special projects awards. Ben,fi~ Eli#hi~.: Mem~rs of lndian tribes and Hawaii= Na- fives will benefit. Credemff~s/Docmenmfion: ~e applic~t for HawMian Native funds must be recognized by ~e Governor of the State of Hawaii. Indian Tribes must be on ths list of fedcrMly rcco~izcd cnfiti~ established by the Depa~ment of the Interior. APPLICATION ~ AWeD PROS: Prea~liei~on ~o~inmiom The standard applicmion forms ~ fur- nished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for ~is program. ~is program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~li~fi0n Pr~cdure: Eligible Indian tribes and eligible Hawaiian Native ordinations ~nually apply to the Dcpa~ment of ~uca- tion using appropriate appli~tion fores for b~io and s~cial projcc~ gran~. For special projecks grits, a long-range plan also required. Awed Proce~e: Awards arc made by the Secretary of ~ucation directly to eligible Indian tribes and Native Hawaii~ org~iza- tions. Dea~in~: Applications ~c submitted annuMly. Contact the head- qua~e~ office for application deadlines. R~ge of Ap~rov~g~mv~ ~e: Approximatfly four months from the closed date. A~ls: Not applicable. Rtsew~: Not appli~blc. ASSI~AN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fom~ ~d ~ftt~g Rz~rem,~: As of fiscal y~r 1991, (under S~tion 5(c) (l) and (2) of the Libra~ Sc~,ic~ =fl Construction Act Amcndmen~ of 19~.) HMf of the funds for Indian will be ~d for b~ic ~an~ ~d distributed equ~iy ~ong suc- ce~ful tribal applic~; hMf of the f~nas are for com~fitive c{M proje~ grits. ~c ~nds for HawMi~ Nativ~ will continue to ~ awarded ~ a b~ic gmt to a singl~ grant~. ~t-sh~ng of at l~t 20 percent of to~l proj~t cos~ is required for s~ciM projec~ gramees. M~nten~ce of effo~ is req~red of M1 gr~te~, b=~ on c~n~tur~ during th~ second ye~ preceding ~e of the ~n~ ~ ~e P~ing of ~sis~ce: B~ie and s~ial ~roj~ ~ ~e ~ued ~ one ff~fl y~r to be ~ da~ng ~e n~t Re~: ~nal ~fo~ce repc~ m~st be sub~.i~ted ~i~hin days ~ter the end of ~c g~t a~ard Feriod f~r basic and "/98 6-96 TI57691622
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prefects aw~rd~. Finar.ci~I ~at-.~ r~ ~ r=q~rzd ef Au~: ~ acc~rd~:e ~th ~ pro~-~io~ of OMB Cir¢~ No, A- go~emm~n~ ~at r=c~¢ fin~c~ ~ce cf $I~,~ or m~r~ y~. S~te ~fl l~ml gov~m~n~ that receive ~lween muff $1~.~ within ~e SMt~'s fis~ y~r ~1 have mn audit made in accord~ce with Cire~ar No. A-128, or ~ wi~ FederM laws and reg~ations governing the progrms which they Reeur~ Records m~t be mMn~in~d for three y~s after the f~ y~r ~ which the expenditure w~ made by the ~te~ or until the gmtee is notified of the completion of the FederM f~ audit. ~ all ~es of audit questions, records m~t be mMn~ed until resolution h~ eccu~ed. ~NAN~ ~O~ON: Aeeo~t Iflenfifi~tion: 91-01~2-1-$03. ObBgtfio~: (Gr~) FY 95 $2,5~,~; ~' 96 ~t nnt identifiable; and ~ 97 ~t $0. (Note: The ~ 96 est will be detem~ed upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this progr~; the ~' 97 ~t will be dete~ined upon completion of the r~thofization of the procure.) ~g~ an~ Average of Fi~eial ~sist~ee: The amount of the b~i~ grant in fiscM y¢~ 1995 was $936,~ per ~i#ble Indi~ gr~L ~e amount of the basic grit in fisc~ ye~ 1995 for Ha- w~i~ Natives w~ PROGR~I ACCOMPLISH~S: In fiscM ye~ 1995, 213 gran~ to Indi~ tribes toting $916,~ were made ~fl one b~ie grit of $623,~ w~ awarded to Hawa~ nmiv~. ~GULA~ONS, GUIDELINES, A~ L~RA~RE: The Library S,rvic~ ~d Contraction Act, B~ic Grits to Indian Tribes Pro- gram is found in 34 C~ 771. ~e Libr~y Servie~ and Construc- tion Act, SpeciM Projects Gran~ to Indian Tribes is found in CFK 772. Education Depa~ment Gen,r~ Administrative Regula- tions (EDGAR), 34 CFK 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, and 85. INFORMATION CO~A~S: Re#o~ or ~e~ Office: Not applicable. H~qua~e~ Of~ee: Discretionary Libra~ Progra~ Division, Li- bm~ Procures, Office of ~ueatianM Rose,oh ~d Improve- ment, Depa~ent of Education, Washington, DC 20208-5571. ~ntact: Kathy Price, Progrm Officer. T,lephone (202) 219-1670. Use the same number for RELA~D PROG~S: 84.034, Public Library Services; 84.035, In- terlibrary Cooperation and Resource Sharing; 84.154, Publi~ Li- brary Construction. EX~L~ OF ~NDED PROffErS: Under b~ic grits, funds will ~ used primarily to p~chas, relev~t culturM and histori~l libr~y materials and pay salaries of library ~o~el. For pie, a New Mexioo gr~tee pro~sad ~pan~on of i~ colieetMn for children ~d young adul~ ~d ~itim~ ~ audio tape collec- tion for yoangste~, whil* a CM~or~a tfi~ #~n~ to employ a f~ll-time librarian to promote resour~ shrug. Under project, construction of new facilifi~, pureh~e of l~ra~ re- sour~s and training of library personnel ar~ some of the proj~t objective. G~tees Mso ~fl f~ds to automate a tfibM lib~y, ~onduet ne~ a~essments, ~d renovate a building for ~e ~ a ~b~ library. ~ FOR SELE~G ~ROPOS~N: B~i¢ gr~: Eli#b~ty of applique and ~ accep~ble d~fipfion ~d spading #an for grit funds ~ required. S~ciM proje~ ~n~: E~#ility of up#i- cant ~d s~bmission of program n~afiv~, ¢om~g of l~ng-r~ge proem plus and a one-~e~ ~rojett pl~ that addre~ publie li- ~r~" ~'~e n~s ~fl sel~tion criteria ~ ~t~ ia 34 CFR 772 ~ req~red. A~, a lib~ m~t t~i~ter proj~t f~ds and Tribe mint ccr.tnbute a minimum of 20 perc~t of ~e to~l 84.165 MAGNET SCHOOLS ASSISTANCE FEDEP..t~L AGENCY': OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AU'rHORIZATION: EIemer.tar~" --..z:d Seccndar3 Education Act cf I965, Title V, Part A, a~ amended, 20 U.S.C. 7201-7213. OBJEC'ITv'~: To provide grants to eligible lc~:al educational agonies (LEAs) or c~nsortia of LEAs for use in magnet schools that are part of apl~roved desegregation plans and that are designed to bring together students from different social, economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds may be used for planning and promotional acti~4ties directly related to the development, ex- pansion, continuation, or enhancement of academic programs of- fered at magnet schools for purchasing hooks, materials, eqail~- ment, paying or subsidizing the salaries of teachers in magnet schools, to instructional activities designed to make the special curriculum of the magnet program available to students enrolled in the school, but not the magnet program. Funds may not be used for transportation or activities that do not augment academic im- provement. No more than 50 percent of the funds an applicant re- ceives in the first year of a grant may be used for planning. No more than 15 percent of the funds received for the second year may be used for planning, and no more than 10 percent in the third year. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Al~ieant Eligibility: Local educational agencies may apply. Beneficiary EHgibilit~': Local educational agencies and participating students will benefit. Credentials/Doenmentatian: Applicants must submit a copy of the desegregation plan or modification they are implementing, or will implement if assistance is made available. Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preappllcatian Coordination: The standard application forms as fur- nished by the Federal agenoy and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intcrgovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Al~plieatian Procedure: An application must be sent to the Education Department on or before the closing date. This program is eluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Applications are approved for awards by the sistant Secretary, ESE. Recommendations for the approval of ap- plications are made by the program staff on the basis of published criteria, statutory priorities, State comments received under the E.O. 12372 process, and with the advice and assistance of a panel of reviewers. Deatlllnes: The closing date for the Magnet Schools Assistance Pro- gram will be published in the Federal Register. l?mage of Al~l~rovalt'~proval Time: The range is anticipated to 60 to 90 days from the closing date. AI~I~tlt: None. Re=ewala: The project period, for a Magnet School award, may not exceed 36 months. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula tad Matdahtg Requiremeat~: This program has no statutory formula or matohing requirements. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: The length ef grants vail be up to 35 months, subject to the availabihty of fun:is. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIRF-MENTS: Relmrts: Semi-am~aal performance and f~nand.al reports a~e re:luired~ in accordanze with the pro~'i~icns of EDGAR, Se~.t2cn 75.720. 6-96 799 Tl57691623
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A~: In acccrda~,ce v,-xI~ C~e 9~zr~ cf OMB C~rc~r Ne A- • ~in ~e S~t~ E~ y~ ~I h~v~ ~ audit made for ~a~ ~d SI~.~, ~i~in t~e S~te's fi~l )~r ~hMt ~:a~e an audxt made in ae~rd~ce ~i~ Circul~ No. A-12~, or in a~ord~ce ~dth FederM laws an~ regulations governing the pro~ w~ch ~ey pard~pate. Recor~ ~ accordance ~ith EDGAR Sections 75~730 to 75.732, ~ante~ ~e re~ffed to maintZn appropriate records related to grit f~ds. compliance, anti project performance. BN~ ~OBIA~ON: Accost I~em~flon: 91 - 1 ~ 1-501. Obli~: (Or~) ~' 95 $111,519,~; ~' 96 ~t not identifiable; and ~' 97 eat $95,~,~. (Note: The FY 96 ~t will be demr- min~ upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gr~.) ~ge ~d Avenge of F~ ~is~ee: In fiscal year 1~95, 64 aw~ were made. The average award is approximately $1,750,~. PROG~i ACCOMPLIS~S: Sixty-four awards were made for fiscM year 1995. ~G~ONS, G~DE~, ~D LITEM~ Contact the Progr~ O~ce for infomafion on regulations (34 CFR 280). ~FO~A~ON CO~A~S: Re#on~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. H~fl~u~em O~ce: Equity ~d ~u~donM Excellence Division, Po~als Bldg., Room 45~, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., ington, DC 20202-61~. ~nt~t: Steve Brockhouse. Telephone: (202) 2~-2476. Use the ~e number for ~S. RELA~D PROGRAMS: 84.~4, De~gregmion Asismnce, Civil ~gh~ TrMning, ~d Advisory So.ices. EX~PL~ O~ ~DED PROffErS: ~e following ~e exampl~ of the typ~ of projects that have been funded: (1) Implementation of science and math magnet projects; (2) projects to sup~rt forming ar~ magnet programs at the elemenm~ and secondary level; ~d (3) projects to support Montessori programs. CR~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Qu~ity criteria to evMuate the applic~t's pl~ of operation; personnel; project deign; budget and resources; evMuation plan; ~d commitment and capacity. (See Section 280,31). ~mpetitive priority is given to applicants that demonstrate the greatest need for assistance to ca~y out new or significantly revised magnet sch~ls; to select studen~ to attend magnet schools through moth.s such ~ lot- tery, rather than academic examination, to implement innovMive edu~tional approaches consistent with approved Stme and local system reform plans; ~d to draw on comprehen~ve community involvement plans. For funds appropriated for the program in ex~s of $75 million, competitive priority is given to those appli- ~nts thin did not receive funds under the program in the last fi~l year of the previous funding cycle. ~.167 UB~RY LITERA~ (~CA Title ~) ~DER~ AG~: OFFICE OF ASSI~A~ SECRETARY FOR EDU~TIONAL RESEARCH A~ IMPROVEME~, DEP~TMENT OF EDUCATION A~ORI~ON: LibmD, Servic~ and ~truction Act, ~ended, Title Vl, 20 U.S.C. 351 et seq. O~E~: To provide support to S~te lib~ for c~rdinating and planing lib~y lite~cy progr~s and ~g ~r~gements for t~g libraries and voluntee~ to ~rry Got such prog~ ~d to provide suppo~ to locfl pubEc librafi~ for promoting the u~ of volun~y ~dce~ in pro'.~ding literacy pro~s, acq~nng matefi~ for Iffemcy pro~ ~d using libr~y f~ilities for s~ch progm~. ~ OF ASS~CE: Project US~ ~D U~ ~RI~ONS: S~a*e Ibra~ (I} To s~tt~ide lib." literal" i~tives: (2) to ~ lite~zy t~ asset li~z-an~ m prc'.~3~:g I~:er~q, prcgra~',s fzr ad~ m ~- e~tlca ~ o~er ag~i~ and org~U~, ff a~rcgna:~ stxtaticr.M~d, el~er Am~r:~, ~d other d~v~g~ ~Is. L~I punic Iib~: (1) To dissemir~te inN~atien literacy pro~: (2) to trNn libr~=s ~d vel=teers to se~'e I~M ~teraey pro~; (3) to devNep a collection of literacy tefials; (4) m conduct literacy prog~ for adulN; (5) use libra, faeiliti~ for Iiteraoy programs; ~fl (6) to encourage nther librafi~ in ~e community to volunteer the ~e ef their faciliti~ for liter- acy pro~s. ELIGIB~ ~Q~~: Appli~t EIIDbi~: S~te and loc~ public libra~ may apply. Ben~ei~ E~b~: Adults with low b~ie litera~y skills will efit. Credeat~s~ocmen~fion: Non~. APPLICA~ON A~ AWA~ PRO~SS: Pr~p~li~fioa ~rdia~tlam ~is progrm is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergove~menml Review of Feder~ Pro- gr~." An appli~t should consult the office or official designat- ed ~ the single ~nt of ~on~el ~ the S~te for more info~afioa on the pr~ the State requir~ to he followed ~ appl~ng for s~ce. if th~ State h~ ~leoted lhe program for review. In addi- tion, State lib~ry adm~ative agenei~ m~t be given ~e op- portu~ty to comment oa any application prior to ~e aw~ding of the gran~. AppOrtion Pro~ed~e: S~te and local public libraries apply directly in the Dep~tment of ~ucation using the appropriate ~pplieafion forms. Awed Proced~e: Awards ~e made directly 1o eligible S~te and local public lib~ by ihe Secretary of ~ucation. De~d~: Applications ~e submitted ~ually. Contact the head- qume~ o~ce for appli~tion d~dlines. R~ge ot A~rov~l~i~p~rov~ T~e: The time for approving or dis- approving ~ appli~afion is approximately seven months. Appesh: Not applicable. Rene~s: Not applicable. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fomul~ ~d M~teh~g Requ~emen~: Slatutory maximum award $35,~. ~a~ and Time Ph~ing of A~is~ce: Funds ~e awarded annual- ly. ~e project period ~ 12 months. POST ~AN~ ~Q~REME~S: Re~: Q~rt~ly financial repor~ are due to the finance ofl3ee. A Fill Peffo~ance Report is due to the program o~ee 90 days after te~ination of the grant. Audl~: In accordance with lhe provisions of OMB Circular No. 128, 'Audi~ of Sta~e ~d L~al Gove~enl~" Stale ~d 1o~ govemmen~ tha~ receive finanei~ ~is~n~ of $I~,~ or more wi~ the S~te's fis~ ye~ sh~l haw an audit made for lhat year. State and loe~ govemmen~ lhat receive between a~d $1~,~ within the S~le's fiscal year shall have an audit made in aecord~ee ~th C~ul~ No. A-128, or in a~ordaa~e with Federal laws ~d regulations gove~ing the progrms which ~ey p~icipate. Record: Fi~neial records are ~pect~ ~o ~ m~ined for three y~s after submitting ~ ~au~ f~ei~ r~. In c~es of audit quoting, records m~t be ~t~ned unlil resolved. ~N~C~ ~O~ON: Account I~enfiff~fiom 9 I~I~2-1-503. Ob~fia~: (Gr~) FY 95 $8,026,~ ~" 96 est not identifiable; and ~" 97 ~t $0. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 est w~l ~ dete~iaed enactment of ~e 1996 appropriation for ~ ~tog~; the ~" 97 ~t wiI1 ~ d~e~ined u~n completion of ~e r~o~on of th~ pro~am.) R~ge ~d Av~e of F~ ~ce: ~ avenge awed in F~ y~r 1995 ~ PROG~M ACCOMP~M~N~: In ~ 3~ 1~g5, av~roxi- m~ely 203 a'~-ards ~ere 800 6-96 TI57o91o24
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REGL~uATIONS, G'I.vIDKI.~-F.S, .K~,-D LrIKRATURE: Final titus, Library Ser~¢e~ and Ccn~.Tu='tie~ AcL Li~rm-a Lite~cy Frc~ram, _~4 CFR 7~; and Education DeFartmen~ General rrtinis~ala~-e Regulati~r:a (EDGARL 34 CFrR 74. 75. 76, 77. 7K gl, ~ and ~5. INTOILMATION CON-FACI~: Regianal or Loctl Office: Not applicable. Heathlmtrter~ Office: Disercfi~_nary Library Programs Di~isioa, Li- brary Programs, Office of Educational Research and Improve- merit, Department of Education, Washington, DC 20X0~-5571. Contact: ffudy Stark, Program Of-~cer. Telephone: (202) 219-1315 or Mark Travagiin, Program Officer. Telephone: (202) 219-1315. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAN~;: 84.002, Adult Education--State Grant Pro- gram; 84.003, Bilingual Education; 84.034, Public Library Serv- ices; 84.035, Interlibrary Cooperation and Resource Sharing~ 84.192, Adult Education--Literacy Training for Homeless Adults; 84.198, Workplace Literacy Partnerships. EXAI~IPLES OF FUNDED PROffEC'I'S: Recruiting volunteers as lit- eracy tutors and matching them with students; training tutors; training librarians to conduct literacy projects; acquiring literacy materials; developing literacy training manuals; providing literacy services to targeted populations, such as adults who speak English as a second language; and providing computers and other equip- ment for adult literacy resource centers. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: (1) Need; (2) coordina. tion; (3) plan of operation; (4) quality of key personnel; (5) budget and cost-effectiveness; (6) evaluation plan; and (7) adequacy of re- sources. (Note: For detailed criteria see the final regulations.) 84.1611 EISENI-IOWER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT--NATIONAL ACTIVITIES FEDERAL AGENCT: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND IMPROVEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Tide II, Parts A and C, a~ amended, 20 U.S.C. 6621-6622. OBJECTIVES: To assist projects of national significance designed to improve teaching and learning in the core academic subjects; to support the establishment and operation of regional mathematics and science education consortia; to disseminate exemplary mathe- matics and science education instructional materials; and to pro- vide technical assistance for the implementation of teaching meth- ods and assessment tools for use by elementary and secondary school students, teachers, and administrators. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: ProJect Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Provides support for projects of national significance that develop and implement high-quality pro- fessional development for K-12 teachers in the core academic sub- jeers. The Secretary funds applications that address specific prior- ities described in program regulations as announced in the Federal Register. ELIGIBILrrY REQUIREMENTS: Aplfliemtt Eligl%llity: State and local educational agencies, education- al service agencies, State agencies institutions of higher education, and other public and private agencies, organizations and institution are eligible to apply for project grants. Eligible applicants for re- gional consortia include private nonprofit organizations, institu- tions of higher education, elementary and secondary schools, State and local education agencies, regional educational laboratories in consortium with a research and development center, or any com- bination of these entities. Beuefl¢ialT EHgil~ilitT: State and local educational agencies, institu- tions of higher education, and ncnprofit organizations ~411 benefit. Credestials/1)t~ttmentttion: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Presoltlie~tiat Coordiattton: Preapplica6ons may be req~red under this program. The application nonce will irxdiea~e if a FreapFIica- fion procedure is beL'~g utilized. "I~.is program ~s eligible for co, or- age under E.O. 12372, 'In:ergovernmental Revie~ ef FefleraI Prc~- grams." :an app,qcant sh~uld cer.s~It ~,e office er cffic~aI ~ ~ I~e smg~e p:iat ef c.vn~t ia h~ ¢,r her S~te for more ~en cn ~e ~r~s ~e S~te reqair~ to ~e folI~ed in Appli~on ~ D~d m the apph~cn n~ze Fabl~h~ listed ~low for application ~ac~g~ con~ng ~ menL ap~li~fion, ~d ~ur~ce Aw~ Pr~ ~e A~i~t S~re~ fur ~u~fionM ~d ~provment approv~ the selection of appli~fi~ for nego- tiation. ~e ~tecdon of ap#i~ti~ns is competitive, b~ed on =d no~erM p~r renew according to the ~lection cfite~ con- ~ned in E~AR 34 CFR 75.210 ~d the ~n~l application nofi~ publAh~ in ~e FederM Register. Det~: A~ounced ~ an application noti~ published annu~ly in the FederM Register. ~n~et ~e h~dq~rs o~ce for father R~ of A~mv~ppro~ ~ime: Six monks following the ap- plication d~e. Ap~: None. RenewS: Aw~ds ~e made ~nuMly. Following ~ ini~, competi- tively selected awed of up to twelve mon~, two addition~ one ye~ non-com~ting continuation aw~ds may be ~de, for a to~l ma~mm te~ of three ye~s. Regional conso~ia awards may be made for a to~! m~imum te~ of five y~ (fo~ additio~ one ye~ non-com~tMg contin~don aw~ds). Renew~s are subject ~e avMlability of funds. ~SI~ CONS~ONS: Fom~ ~d Mateh~g R~uiremen~: None for the Federal Activities Prog~. For re#ohM ¢onso~ia, the Feder~ shoe sh~l ~ 80 ~r~nt. ~n~h ~d T~e ~h~ing of ~ismee: Aw~ds are made ~nu~ly. Policing ~ ~tiM competitively selected awed of up to twelve mont~, two ~ditionM one-year non-com~fing cominuation aw~ds my ~ made for a to~l maximum te~ of three yea~ to projects demons~at~g subsmmi~ progr~s toward accomplishing their objective. RegionM conso~ia awards may receive up to four addifionM one-your non-competing continuation awards for a to~l m~im~ te~ of five y~rs to projects demonstrating substantial progre~ towed accom#h~ng their objective. POST ~I~AN~ REQU~b~: Re~m: A~u~ pro~s ~d financi~ re~rts as required by EDGAR units o~e~i~ required in the award d~ument. Au~: ~ accord~ce ~ the Education Dep~ment General Ad- m~istradon Re#afio~ in the Appendix to 34 C~ 80, State ~d local gove~en~ thin re~ive finanei~ ~ismee of $1~,~ or more wi~n the State's fiscal year s~il have an audit made for that y~L State ~d I~M gove~ts that r~eive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ ~in the State's fiscal y~r shall have an audit m~e in accord~ce with the Ap~ndix to Pm 80, or in ac- cordite with F~erM laws ~d regulations gove~ng the pr~ g~s ~ which they pa~cipa~. Record: ~ required by EDGAR. ~AN~AL ~ORMA~ON: Acco~t Iden~an: 91-11~1-503. ObB~fiom: (Grants) ~ 95 $21,356,~; ~ 96 ~t not idenfifiaMe; ~d ~" 97 ~t $15,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t wBl be deter ~ed u~n enactm~t of the 1996 approp~fion for ~ pro- gram.) R~ge ~d Average of F~ ~ismee: ~e anficipat~ r~ge ~tween $150,~ ~d PROG~ ACCO~LIS~E~S: In fi~M y~ 1995, the Ei~- bower F~e~ A~vid~ Program received approx~ately 220 new ~t applications ~d funded 16 for ~e developmem of teacher prof~ionM development in en~/aonmen~ education ~d ~e me of me~Mo~' ~d for proj~ for femfl~ ~d T~ne cominuafi~n aw~ds ~ere made for the Feder~ Ac- ~ffi~ ~ro~ ~ f~fl ~ 1995 primly far ~e development ¢f s~te~ifle cu~c~ ~e wor~. ~e Re#o~ ~o~ F~e~ Aefi~ifi~ P~m fmu~e~ a contact fTr 6-96 801 T157691625
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F.as~h,:~er N~cnaI Clear~:;~ho~e f~r ,xfa~ematics ~I INFO~L~ON CON~A~S: Re~o~ or ~ Office: Not ~ R~e~ch a~d Improvement, Offi~ ~f Refo~ ~is~ee ~d Dissemination, Washing~en, ~ 2020~-5572. Telephone: (2~2) 219- 2206. Use the ~e humor for ~S. RE~D PROG~IS: N~e. E~L~ OF ~ PRO~: Pro~eeu~ f~eus on t~e~er prof~sional development in en~oamental cSucafion and the ~ of technology, the development of Sta~ewide e~fieul~m fr~e- wor~' und Regional ~ Since fis~l y~r 1992 funds have also been use~ to develop and operate an Eisenhower, Nafio~l Clear, ghoul, for Ma~ematics ~d Science ~uca~on. CRITER~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: (1) Meeting the pur- pos~ of the autho~zing statute; (2) extent of need for project; (3) plan of operation; (4) quality of key personnel; (5) budget and cost-effectivene~; (6) evMuation planl and (7) adequacy of re- ~urc~. For de~led criteria see regulations. 84.169 INDEPENDE~ L~~TA~ GRANTS ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICe, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHO~A~ON: Rehabifi~tion Act of 1973, Title VII, Chapter 1, Part B, as ~ended, Public Law 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 796a-e. O~E~IV~: To ~ist S~tes to promote a philosophy of independ- ent living, including a philosophy of consumer control, pe~ sup- port, self-help, self~ete~ation, equ~ acc~s, ~d indi~dual and system advocacy, in order to maximize ~e leade~hip, empower- merit, independence, and productivity of individuals with di~b~- ities, and tbe integration and full inclusion of individuals with dis- abilities into the mainstream Amebean society, by providing finan- cial ~sis~c~ for providing, expanding, and improving the provi- sion of independent living services. ~PES OF ASSISTANt: Formula Grants. US~ AND USE ~RI~IONS: Federal and S~te f~ds are u~d to provide the r~nurces relating to the Statewide Independent Living Council, and may use fun~ received under this part to provide independent living se~ices to individ~s with sigalficant di~bilities; to demonstrate ways to expand and improve independ- ent living se~ices; to sup~ activities to incr~e the capaciti~ of public or nonprofit agenci~ and org~i~tions and other entities to develop comprehensive approach~ or syste~ for provid~g in- dependent living services: to conduct studi~ and anMyses, gather information, develop m~el polices ~d procedures, and pr~ent information, approaches, strategies, findings, concl~ions, and ommendations to Fede~l, State. ~d loc~ policym~e~ in order ~o enhance independent living servi~s for individu~s ~th di~b~- ities; tu train ~dividuals with dJ~biliti~ and individ~ls prodding se~ic~ to individ~ls wi~ disabilities ~d other persons regard- ing the independent living ph~osophy; and ~o provide outreach to populations ~at ~e u~ or ~der~rved by pro~ under this title, in~uding m~ofity groups ~d urban and rural popula- tion~ ELIGIBIL~" App~t Eli~: Sta~e age~ci~ Oncl~ng Ter~tori~) d~igna~ed ~ the S~e u~it to admi~ster the State's indep~dent living reha- bfii~tion se~'ic~ prog~m may Be~fi~ Eli~b~ Eligibility is b~ed u~m a) The prese~ze of a slguifi~t phy~c~ or mental impai~ent; b) the p~ese~ce ef a sig- nificam limi~on in ab~ity to f~cfion ~Se~demly in the or c~mmuniW er t~ en~ge in ~r continue in empl~ym~; ~d c) a r~nable ex~ta~i3n ~t ~]c~ ~-]ll ~t the infl~l improve abE~r> t~ f~=~t~n mdc~nd~nfiy in the fa~Iy or cc~mz- mty or to ~ge in cr ¢~n~nae iu cmpl~ym~m. 802 Ctedeltia~,Documentatien: The S~ate agent3- mas*. cerlaf~ abe:t) cf State f-r.ds f-~r matching pt=rf~ses. 32.e ma~:h for thiz l~rogram may be m-kind. Costs ~1I be determined in ~ith OMB Circular N~. A-$7 f,:r State ~n~l lo,=al governments. APPLICATION .~%'D AWARD PROCESS: Prespplictfion Coordination: Thin Fregram i3 e2ig~e for coverage under E.O. 123"/2, "Intergovernmental P.c~ew cf Fed~al Prc~ grams." An applicant shoed consuIt ~e cffic~ or official designat- ed a~ the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. The standard application forms as famished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be u.~ed for this progxam. Application Procedure: In order to be eligible for an allocation under this program, States must submit a State plan for independent living rehabilitation services (meeting requirements established under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended) no later than July I, of the year preceding the year for which the plan is sub- mitted. During transitional years, fiscal year 1994 and fiscal year 1995, applicant States must submit a one-year State plan. Begin- ning in fiscal year 1996, State applicants must submit a three-year State plan. This plan must be submitted not later than July 1, of the year preceding the first year of the forth coming three-year period. The plan is updated whenever necessary to reflect a mate- rim change in the administration of the plan. The State may choose to submit a consolidated three year rehabilitation plan that includes independent living rehabilitation services and either voca- tional rehabilitation services or both the State's rehabilitation plans and the State's plan for services for persons with developmental disabilities developed under the Developmental Disabilities Act. State vocational rehabilitation agencies submit State plans to the appropriate ED Regional Office. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. A~ard Procedure: A notice of annual allotment to the State is issued. Initial distributions are subject to reallocation at the end of the fiscal year. States receive quarterly grant award notices and funds may be withdrawn under the Electronic Transfer System. Deadlines: A transitional one-year new State plan will be duc July 1, 1994. Beginning in fiscal year 1q96 three year State plans for inde- pendent living rehabilitation services are submitted to the RSA Regional Program offices for approval no later than July I, of the third year of each thre~ year cycle. Pange of Appro~l/Disapprov~] Time: The range has not been speci- fied. Apl~eals: After reasonable effort has been made to resolve the ques- tions involved, the State may appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the circuit in which the State is located. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANC'E CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Federal funds are distributed I~as~d on the percentage each State's population constitutes of the total population of the United States. The source is the Population Estimates Annual, Bureau of the Census. The Federal share for any fiscal year is 90 percent of the eligible expenditures incurred by the State, except for the cost of construction of rehabilitation facilities, where the Federal share may be no more than 50 per- cent. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Awards arc issued quarterly. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Relmrts: Annual progress reports and annual budget and case service reports are required Audits: The Education Department periodically conducts audits and site ~its of designated State unit programs funded under Part B. In accordance with the provisi~ns of OMB Circular No. A-12g, "Audits ~f State and Local Governments/' State and local govern- meats that receive financial a_~i~y~nce of $I00,000 cr more ~ith~n the State's flszal year shall ha~e an axd~t made for tl'~t year. State a~=l !~cal g~vernments that recei~ e between $25,0.'0 aa¢l ~ith'~n t_he State's ff~:aI ~ear s~al] have an audit made in accor.:t- Ti57691626
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aa~ ~lh CircaIzr N~. A-I2~, cr ~r;. a:cerda~ce ~th FederaI ~ws ~d re~a~e~ g~v~g ~e pro~ in ~h~ch ~ey R~: ~ records on ind~ cli~ kept f~r audit A~t ~e~on: ~1~01~1-5~. ~" 97 ~t $21,g59,~ ~ge ~d Av~e of ~m~ci~ .~ce: $19,275 to $1,235,~; $192,749. PR~ ACCO~LIS~E~S: In fi~ ye~ 1995, funds under ~ pro~ were dis~buted to 79 5~e agenda. REG~ONS, G~EL~, ~D L~~: Independent LivMg Re,lotions 34 C~ 365. ~O~ON CO~A~S: R~on~ or ~ O~ee: ~e Appendix IV of the ~log for a list of re~on~ o~. H~8~e~ O~cm O~ce of tke A~is~t ~¢ret~y for Special ~u~fion ~d Re~bilimfive Se~ie~, Dep~ment of O~ of Progr~ ~e~fions, Rehabilitation Servives Ad~stra- fion, ~ Inde~nde~ce Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202. Con- ~t: S~ne Choi~r, V~ational Re~bili~tion Prog~ S~cial- ist. Telephone: (202) 205-8937. Use the ~me humor for ~S. ~D PR~S: 53.~1, Employment Promotion of People ~ Di~bilifi~; ~.~7, Blind Rehabili~fion ~nte~ ~d Cli~cs; ~.013, Veter~s Prosthefi~ Appliance; ~.116, Vocational Reha- bfii~tion for Dibbled Veter~s; 84.078, S~al Edu~tion--Post- se¢ond~ ~ucation Procures for Penons ~th Disabilities; 84.126, Rehabili~fion Se~ie~--Vo~fianal Rehabili~tion G~ to S~te; ~.128, Rehabifi~tion Services--~r~ce Proj~; 84.132, Cente~ for Inde~ndent Li~ng; 84.161, R~abili~tlon Client Amis~nce Prog~: 84.177, Rehabili~fion Services--Inde- pendent Liv~g Se~ces for Older IndividuMs Who are Blind; 84.187, SuppoSed Employment Services for In~viduals with Severe D~b~iti~. E~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: Not applicable. CR~A FOR 8ELE~G PROPOSAl: An approved S~te plan ~ a condition for receipt of funds under Title VII, P~t B of the Rehabili~tion Act. 84.170 JAV~S ~LLOWSHIPS ~DE~ AG~: O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOR ~STSECONDARY EDUCA~ON, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Higher ~ucation Act of 1965, Title 1X, P~t ~ mended, 20 U.S.C. 1134h-1134k-l. OBJECt: To provide fellowships for ~aduate study in specified a~demi¢ fields gd~ the ~, hum~iti~, ~d ~i~ sclene~ to ~i~duals of su~dor ability select~ on the b~ of demo~trat- ed ac~evement ~d exceptional prorate. Fellows~ps ~e aw~ded to stud~ ~tendlng to pursue a d~torM de~ee and may aw~ded to studen~ pruning a m~te£s degr~ in those fields in which ~e m~ter's degree is commonly accepted ~ the appropri- ate degr~ for a tenur~t~ek faculty p~ifion in a bac~laur~te degr~-~g ~ OF ~I~: Project Gr~ (Feilog~hips). US~ ~D USE ~I~ONS: A r~ipient ~ entitled to use the fellowship in a graduate ~rogram at ~y accredited i~dtufion of higher education ~ which the r~ipi~t m~y decide to enroll. For ~eh fellowship awarded, the i~fitution reeeiv~ an institufionM ~low~e determined ~ aecordance gfith the statutoD, fo~a in ~fion 933 of the High ~a~tion Act of 1965, ~ ~e~ded. ~e stud~t r~eiv~ a sfi~nd mt at the level of sup~fl eq~ to ~at provided by t~e National S~e~ee Foundation ~ad~te fellow. ships, adjusted so ~ not to exce~ ~e re~ipi~£s level of fin~e~ need ~ det~ by ~e ~titafi~ that ~e recipient ~i~d~ r~v~ ~a~ only d~fing the perils ~at he or she m~ ~fa~oD" progr~ in ~ cr ~ proem of s~dy ~d d~et~ ~t~Iy full tim~ to ~dy or r~ch in &e fi~d in ~h~h ~e f~lowsEip ~ ELIGI~II.ITY REQUI REME~"I~: Applimt Eli#bili~= Elig~2it~- is Iimo~d t~ U,S. ~t~zeas or r~t~- a~s, ~ent r~d~ cf ~e Ur~ted S~ ~d ~o~ in ~ U~ted S~ for o~ ~u a t~' p~se ~ho int~ to ~m~ ~m~t r~id~. ~ ~divid~ ~ho is e~rcIied ~r p1~ to ~rcll L~ a d~ta~ de~ ~ra~am ~at ~lI I~ t~ ~n a~demie ~eer ~ eli~Ie only if he er she ~ a ci~ cf ~e United S~t~. App~ must be enrolled or ~i~ble to be en- roH~ in a gr~uate proem in ~ approved fidd of s~y at m a~redited insfi~fi~n of ~gher education. Six~ percent cf new aw~ds shMl ~ av~able for fellowships to cthe~ eli#bte ap- plic~ts who ~ve ~ed no ~d~te cre~t hoa~. ~e rem~g fo~y percent of new aw~ shMl be avMlable for fellowships to MI othe~e e~#ble applican~ who have e~ no more than 30 semester horn or 45 q~er hours on the eq~valent of grad~te credit. In ~ch of ~ two ~tegofi~, a min~um of sixty per- cem of them new fellowships shMl ~ aw~ded to applicm~ in the huma~ti~, twenty per~nt to ap#ic~ in ~e s~i~ sciences, ~d twenty percent to appl~ in the ~. Credit horn ~e consid- ered to be graduam crests if ~ey appe~ on a transcript m gradu- ate cr~, whether they We been applied to a ~duate de~ee or noL Credit ho~s are not considered to ~ ~aduate credit, if ~ey have ~ or ~e ~ing applied to a baccMaureate de~ee and ap~ on ~ under~ad~te ~anscdpt ~ ha~ng ~n ~en prior to ~ appS~es ~fion date. ~nefi¢~ EH#b~: Cit~e~ and nationMs of ~e United States, pe~ent r~idents of ~e United S~t~, ~d persons in the United Smt~ for other ~ a tempora~ pu~se who ~tend to become pe~ent r~iden~ ~ll benefit. Cre~et~meamfiom Regulafio~ were published in the Fed- ~al Re#st~ on August 6, 1987. ~is progr~ is excluded from coverage ~der OMB C~cular No. A-87. ~P~CA~ON ~ AW~ PROemS: Pr~pli~fion ~r~flon: ~is program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Cir~ul~ No. A-102. ~is pro~am is excluded from coverage ~der E.O. 12372. A~Bmfiot Pr~e: Appli~tiom m~t be submitted ~ accordmce with the notice of closing date published in the Federal Register. ~is prog~ is excluded f~m cowmge under OMB Circ~ No. A-110. Award Pr~ed~e: ~e ~ucation Depmmem ~11 make aw~ds in accord~ce with the criteria esmbl~hed by the Javits Fellowship Bo~d. ~nmet the progrm office for addifionM info~ation. D~: Published in the Federal Re~r. ~nmct th~ program o~ce for more info~afion. R~ge of A~rov~provfl Time: Approximately 120 days. Ap~: None. Re~w~: Requ~ for ~n~tion of sup~rt are made on an ~nual b~is by the in~tution at which the fellow is pursuing ~aduate study, but may not exceed 48 month~ ~ntMuation aw~ds ~e subject m the avaBabili~ of ~nds. ~~ CONS~E~ONS: F~ md Mt~g R~u~em~: None. ~# ~fl Time Ph~g of ~ee: ~e length of ~ grit is one ye~, but renewable for up to a to~ of 48 months; subj~t to • e av~lab~ity of funds. PO~ A~~ Re~m: ~fication from ~ appropriate o~ciM at ~ ~tltufion of higher eduction approv~ by ~e Secretly, stating t~t th= fellow ~ m~ng sa~facto~ progr~ ~d h~ devoted es~ti~ly full time to study or r~arch ~ the field in which ~e fellowship w~ aw~ded. Au~: FimM records of i~titufions admi~t~ing f~ds are subj~t to a~t by ~e ~ucadon Depa~ment at ~y time within five y~ ~er ~e clcm of the f~l ~ in which ex~nditurm are liquidat~ Re~r~ ~1 r~ord~ b~ng on ~e r~eipt and ex~ndit~re of f~n&~ under ~s prog~ must ~ av~able for ~p~ficn by the ~uca- ficn De~L R~or~ mint ~ held for ~r~ y~ ~er ~e ~1 y~ in ~hi~ ~~ ~e liq~t~ or five )~ aft~ the g~ or u~ rm~fion of an~ audit qu~t~o~. @96 803 TI57691627
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FINo~NCIAL L~-FOR.~L~TI ON: Account I~~: az~t cf th= I~5 ~pprcF~on for ~is prc~) awar~ a~eraged $13.~, FI~s a $9,~ ti~n PROG~f ACCOMPL~~: In fiscM y~r 1~9~, approxi- mately 339 fellowships were aw~ded. lawship Prods, P.O. ~x 84, W~Nngton, DC ~O~ON Re#on~ or ~ O~: Not applicable. H~ O~ Division of Higher ~fion Incentive Pro- grams, Office of Pos~eeondary ~ueation, Dep~ent of ~uea- tion, W~h~gton, DC 20202-5251. Con~et: lohn De Cloche. Tele- phone: (202) 2~-3574. Use the s~e num~r for ~S. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EX~PL~ OF ~DED PROffErS: ~e Fellowship Board has dete~ined that of the a~ds made, l0 percent will ~ ~ the arts, 60 ~rcent in the humaniti~ and 20 percent in ~e soei~ sciences. ~ITENIA FOR SELE~ PROPOSALS: C~teria ~e established by the FellowsMp ~d. FNlowship appli~tions are evMunted b~ on schol~ly achievements, including Gr~uate R~ord ruination (G~) scor~ on the generM t~t only if a~l~ng in the humaniti~, sooiM science, multi-or interdAciplinary fields of history or creative writingl awards; hono~; nmativ~ d~cfibing ~rsonal goals; ~d ~rec letters of recommenda~on. 84.173 SPECIAL EDUCATION--PRESCHOOL GRANTS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION AUTHORIZATION: Individuals ~vith Disabilities Education Act, Part B, Section 619, as amended, Public Laws 94-142, 99-457, 100-630, 101.-497, 101-476, and 102-119. OBffECTIVES: To provide grants to States to assist them in providing a free appropriate public education to preschool disabled children aged three through five years. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds are used by State education agencies in accordance with the priorities in the Act to (1) pro- vide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to preschool children who are disabled in the State; (2) grant awards to local education agencies and intermediate education units to provide FAPE to 2-year-dials who are turning 3 during the year; and (3) continue the development of a statewide service delivery system for preschool children with disabilities. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligil~llity: State education agencies in the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Smnoa, the Com- monwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Virgin Is- lands, and the Republic of Palan may apply to the Department of Education for participation. Beneficiary Eligibility: Three through five-year-old children, and (at the State's option) two-year-old children that will reach age 3 during the school year, having mental retardation, hear~g impair- merits, including deafness, speech or langtmge impairments, visual impairments~ including blindness, serious emotional distarbance, orthopedic impairments, autism, tragmatio brain inj~try, other health impairments simc:ifie l~.~a-ning disabilities, deaf-blindness, multiple disabilities, or developmental delays that req~re special education and re~ated services ~II benefit. Credentials/Doeuatemtation: Co~s w~l be determined in acccrdax:~.e v,°ith OMB Cireular No. A-$7 for State and local g,~';ernments. 80~ APPLICATION ~_N'D AV~'ARD PROCE.~: Pr~tion Coonlinatio~: This pregr~ is el.g~ble '.~r c~-;erage unde~ E.O. 12372, 'Intergo~emmental Re~.aew ef Federal Pro- gF.cns.'" An aFI2Iic-z,':t sh~-uld ce~s£t ~e e~ce cr ct'Ti~.al desig~at- eat as t~he sir.tie !r,:mt of c~:act in his or her State for mare refer- mat~en en ~e prc~:ess the Sta~e reqxares to be foIlo~ed m appI¥- mg for assistance, if ~e State ~as selected the program for review. A !~ubIic comment period is required for tins program. The stand- ard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency and re- quired by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this pro- gram. Application Proc~ure: This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-II0. States must sul~mit a three year State program plan under Part B that: 1) Meets the conditions in Section 61:2 and Section 613 of Public Law 101497; and 2) de- scribes the purposes and activities for which fun~ trader this Act will be expended during each of the three fiscal years covered by the State Plan. Local education agencies must submit applications to their State education agencies for approval. To qualify for a preschool grant, States must submit a three- year application with their Part B State plan, that meets the req~airemants of Section 619 of the Act and must have an approved State program plan under Section 611. Award Procedure: Once the State program plan and preschool grant application are submitted and approved, a grant award represent- ing the total preschool grant amount for that risen year is for- warded to the Staten department of education. During the three year cycle, amendments may be required in order to maintain the fully approved application. The preschool grant is an award sepa- rate from a Part B award under Section 611. A State must serve all preschool children with disabilidus if the State wants to contin- ue participating in this program and receive finds for three through riveqear-olds served under the Grants to State programs under Section 611 and discretionary program funds pertaining to three through five-year-dials under IDEA. Deldlines: Dates vary within each State. To expedite funding the submission date is set for April 1. Plans or amendment~ are accept- ed throughout the fiscal year. Rtmge of Approv~fl/Di~tpprnval "lime; Not applicable. Appe~s: The Secretary of Education must give a State education agency an opportunity for a hearing before taking any action volving: (1) The disapproval of a program plan; (2) the withhold- ing of payments; and (3) a waiver of the supplementing and sup- planting requirements. A State may engage in a hearing with the Secretary of Education. If a State disagrees with the final acdon, within 60 days after notice of such action, it may fde a petition for review of that action with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula mtd Matching R~uirementa: Grants to States are deter- mined by an annual count of children with disabilities aged three through five years who are receiving special education and related services on December ! of the risen year that funds have been propriated. Length ~md Time Ph~i~g of &~istanee: Grunts are issued each f'tseal year. The obligation period is one fiscal year (a 15 month period from July 1 through September 30) plus a one year e~rryover pro- vision. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIR~IENTS: Relmrt~: Annual financial and performance reports are submitted to the Ed-cation Department from the States' department of educa- tion. Audlt~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, "Audits of State and Local Governments," State and local governments that receive financial a~sistan=e of $100,000 or more g'ithin the State's f~al ~ear shall have aa audit m~le for that year. State and local governments that receive between anal $I00,000 v;~thin the State's fiscal year shall lmve aa audit made in accordance with Cixcalar No. A-128, or in accordance '.~i~2a Federal lav.'s a.ad regMafiens govemm.g the programs m • xhich they participate, Tl57691628
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m~t ~ a~ible for admm~tnt~% e re% ~ro~d le~Ia~= reg~d~g r~thod=fion of the program.) ~gt ~d Avemga of Fimc~ ~imce: $~0,716 to $36,991,756; $6,923,251. PR~ ACCOMPLISheS: In fis~ y~ 1996, all S~te ag~ci~ are expezted to receive funding; 527,789 children with ~m~ti~ were se~ed ~ fi~al y~ 1995. finns were pub~shed in the FederM Re#ter on Janna~ 13, 34 CFR 301, ~d ~ended September 29, 1992. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ ~ce: S~te educafionM agenci~, Part B or Pre- ~h~l ~rd~ator, or the D~ec~or of S~ci~ ~ucation. H~e~ O~ce: Division of ~ucafional Service, O~ce of Sp~M ~ucafion Programs, O~ce of the Assistant ~cremD' for Sperm ~ucafion and Rehabilitative ~i~, Department of ~u~tion, ~ Independen~ Avenue, SW., W~hi~gton, 20202. ~n~ct: N~cy Treusch. Telephone: (202) 205-9097. Use the ~e number for ~S. ~D PR~IS: 84.024, ~rly ~ucafion for Children with Di~bilities; 84.025, Servi~s for Children with D~f-Blindaess; 84.027, Sp~i~ ~ucation--Gr~ts to S~tes; 84.028, Sp~ial ~u- ~fion--Re#onal R~ource Centers; 84.029, Spedal Personnel Development ~d P~ent Training; 84.086, Speci~ Edu- ction-Proem for Severely Dibbled Children; 84.181, Speci~ ~uuation--~ts for I~an~ ~d Fmili~ with Di~biliti~. E~L~ OF ~ED PROffErS: Program plus ~d pr~ch~l appli~fions from State education agencies which meet the re- quiremen~ as set foflh in the regulations for implem,nfing of Pa~ B of the Individuals with Disabiliti~ Education Act are funded ~der this program. C~ FOR SE~NG PROPOSe: The appli~ eligible to p~¢ipate in ~ pro~am qualify for funding b~ed upon approved progrm plan ~d prog~ application. ~e criteria for approving a plan appe~ in ~e regulations for implementing P~t B of the Individuals with Disabiliti~ ~ucation Act. ~.176 DOUGLAS ~ACHER SCHOLARSHIPS ~D~ AG~: OFFICE OF ASSIST~T SEC~TARY FOR POSTSECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDOCATION A~O~ON: Higher Eduction Act of 1965, Tide V, Pa~ Subpm 1, ~ mended, 20 U.S.C. 11~il~k. O~~: To provid* scholarships through the States that enable ~d encourage ou~ding high sch~l grad~t~ who demon- strate ~ interest in teaching to pursue t~ching c~ce~ at the pre- ~h~l, ~emen~ry, or s~onda~ level. ~ OF ~SI~AN~: Fo~ula Gran~. US~ ~D USE ~~ONS: ~rants ~e mad~ avMlable to S~t~ for ~holars~ps that l~d to a t~ching co,ideate. Schol~- ship ~is~ce ~ounts up to $5,~ ~¢h y~ for up to fo~ y~. ~e ~holarship c~not exc~d the r~ipient's c~st of at- t~d~c~ Schola~hip r~ipien~ must fu~ll t~ching req~em~ or ply b~k the ~holm~p with interest. A~t ~ ~e agency d~i~ated by th, S~te as r~i- ble for administering the program w~ch ~n ~ either ~ agency ~tt a~ste~ ~e S~te Stud~t ~c~five ~r=t ~, tbe S~te agency that a~ministe~ ~e F~e~l Fatty ~fion ~ Pro~, or ~o~ approp~t= S~te agency ap- prov~ by ~e ~re~" ~ep~ent of ~u~tion) ~y apply. Five ~ ~ may a~o ap~ly: Ame~ Smc~ No~em M~ I~.~ Rwubli~ cf Palls ~fl ~e Virgi~ BeneficLtr~ ELigil~iliti: Studmnts ~,ho ra~k in the top IO perc~mt sacre arKI ~;,sh to p~rsu= a ~cazl'dng career at the Fr~h~cI, mentary, or secondary l~el w~i Credeltit~/Zl, a, cumeatation: To receive allotments for schclarshiFs, a Suxte m'.at sabm~t an al~Fk~au~n for review ~md approval hy the Secretary ef Education. States pay administrative tests. TNs pro- gram is excluded from coverage under OMB Cireular No. A-g7. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~lfllcatian Coordination: Tiffs program is eligible for coverage under E~O. 12372, "lntergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant shoNd consult the office or oftieial designat- ed as the single tmint of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. The standard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. Al~idieation Procedure: The designated State agency in each State submits a one-time application for annual allotments of scholarship funds. Upon the Secretary's approval of its application, a State need not submit additional applications to continue to be eunsifl- ered for funding under this program, unless the selection process is substantially altered. Eligible students apply to their State of legal residence for a scholarship under this program. Student applicants must follow the application procedures as directed by each State. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-II0. Award Procedure: Annual allotments are provided through grant awards to the designated State agencies for making scholarships available to outstanding high school graduates or GED certificate recipients wishing to put~ue a teaching career at the preschool, el- ementary, or secondary level. Each participating State awards scholarships to eligible students in accordance with selection pro- cedures approved by the Secretary of Education. Deadlines: The next closing date for receipt of one-time applications from States that are not currently participating in the program is announced in the Federal Register at least 30 days prior to the deadline date. Student applicants must submit an application to the State agencies administering the Douglas Program according to the deadlines established by each participating State. Range of Al~i~roval/Di~approval Time: From 30 to 60 days. Al~lmah: Appeals of final disapprovals can be made.to the Secretary and may be subject to judicial review. Renewals: State agencies file une-time applications which may be amended with the approval of the Secretary. Scholarship recipi- ents may receive up to $5,000 per year for a maximum of 4 years if renewal eligibility requirements are met. Renewals are subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Farmal~ a~d Matching Reqairements: Under the provisions of Public Law 102-325, Section 522, States receive an allotment which bears as nearly as possible the same ratio to the annual appropriations as the school-age population in that State relative to the school-age population in all States. This program has no matching require- meats. Length a~d Time Phasing of Amistaace: A State must expend its al- lotment for scholarships during the award year specified by the Secretary with regard to those funds. An award year is the period of time from July 1 of one year through June 30 of the follov, ing year. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Relmrt*: Annual performance reports on the expenditure of schOar- ship fends and other reports as required by the Secretary. Audits:, In accordance with the pro~ions of OMB Circular No. 128, "Audits of State and Local Government%" State mad governments Oat receive financial assistance of $100,0130 or more within the State's f~scal ~ear shaIl have an aadit xxmde f~r that year. State and Ic~l governments that receive between and $100,000 within the State's fiscal ~r,~r shaI1 have tn aadit made in ac~:erdance ,,viLh Cirexalar No. A-12_a, or in accordance 6-96 805 TI57691629
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R~c~r~ Re¢,:r~ ~.~ ~ ~ for fi~ IMI tL2 fa~da 'xar~ x~d~ cr ~1 ccm~lct~n cf th: D~an- ment aunt+ ~hiehe~ ~r i; ~AN~ ~TO~MA~ 0N: S0. ~ote: The FY 95 ~I will be determin~ upon enactment ef lh¢ 1995 appropriation for this protein.) R~E~ ~ Average of Fi~ei~ ~¢~ S~t~ gran~ r~ge from $1,249 to 81,7~,617; the avenge S~te allotment in fi~al y~r 1995 was $271,870, PROGR~I ACCOMP~SHME~S: AHotmenm for schol~ships to- tting $14,681,~ were aw~ded for academic year 199&95. ~G~LA~ONS, GU~E~, AND L~~: F~al Regula- tions (34 C~ 653) were published in the Federal Register on No- vember 25. 1987. Regulations were amended at 53 FR 49147 on December 6, 1988 and 55 FR 35~ on Aug~t 27, 19~, and FR 42823 o~ August II. 1993. A fact sheet and directory of State agency o~cial conta~ are syllable at the headqu~ers office. I~ORMA~ON CO~A~: Re~on~ or ~ O~¢~: ~is program is adm~tered by lhe De- partment of ~ucafion's headqua~e~ office. Program d~cfiptions are available at regional office. H~,~er~ Office: Depanmem of Education, Office of the A~ist- ant Secretary for Post~condary ~ucation, Division of Higher Education In~entive Programs, ~ Independence Ave, SW., Washington, DC 20202-5329. Contact: Valerie Hurry. Telephone: (202) 2~-3392. Use the same number for FTS. RELA~D PROG~MS: None. EX~PLES OF ~ED PROJE~S: In fiscal year 1994, an esti- mated 2,910 schola~hips were awarded. CRI~RIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Scholarship selection criteria must reflect States' needs for preschool, elementary and secondary school teachers in general and teachers wilh tr~ning in specific academic disciplines. In addition, the Higher ~ucafio, Amendments of 1992 {Public Law 102-325) require that 75 percent of new scholars selected each y~r meet at least one of six special consideration criteria. 84.177 REHABILITATION SERVICES-- INDEPENDENT LI~NG SER~CES FOR OLDER INDIVlDUA~ WHO ARE BLIND FEDERAL A~ENC~: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, D~PARTMENT OF ~DU- CA~ON AUTHORIZATION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII, Chaplet 2, as ~ended, Public ~w 93-112; Public ~w 99-506, 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 796L OBJE~IV~: To provide independent living servic~ to older indi- viduals who are blind, i.e.. individuals aged fifty-five or older, whose severe visu~ imp~ents make g~nful employmem Iremely di~eult to mlain, but for whom independenl living in their own hom~ or communities is f~le. "~'P~ OF ASSIST~CE: Project ~S~ A~ USE ~~ONS: Federal funds ar~ used lo improve or expand independent living se~,ic~. ~ong lhe sn~ic~ provid- ed are Ihos¢ to help corr~¢ or modify v~l disabiliti~, provide eyegl~ses and other vis~l aids, provide se~'ic~ and eq~pment to enhance mobilily and ~lf~are, pro%dde training in braille and other ~erviees ~o help older ~di~du~s who ~e blind adj~t to blinflneK% pravide teaching serviee~ in daily 1E~ng acfivifi~, ~d other s-apportive settees that enabl~ ~dividu~s to live more inde- pendently. Funds ~n also ~ ~ed to promote be~ter public ~der- s~ding of ~dsual impa~ in older at~n hu~ for "~h~m in~e~n~en~ li~ug g~s ~e f~ib[~ ~.d ~- ~,i~h O~ C~real~ No,, A-~7 for S~ate and I:~ ~plication ~r~fion: ~e s~d~d applieati~:n f~ ~ far- nish~ by the FederM ~geney ~d r~uired by OMB Cireul~ A-102 must he u~d for this pro~am. ~is progr~ ~ eli#hie for coverage under E.O. 12372, '~tergovemmen~ Review of Feder- al Prog~s." An applic~t should cons~t the o~¢e or d~ignated as the single ~o~nt of ~n~ct in his or her S~te for more informmion on the pr~s the S~te requir~ to be followed in applfing for a~sis~nc~ if the State h~ seleet~ the prog~ for review. Ap~li~tion Procedure: Any application for a grit must ¢on~n sur~c~ ~at the desi~ated State unit will seek to inco~omte ~y new methods and approaeh~ relining to services for older ~d- uals who are blind into the State plan for Independent Liana Servi¢~. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-II0, Awir~ ~dure: Aw~ds are made on approv~ of the Co~ion- er of Rehabilitation Services and the Assist~t Seerem~, OSERS, ba~d on a review of findings of Fed~M ~d nonfederM review- D~in~: Contact the headquarte~ or regional offic~ for tion deadline. R~ge of A~rov~/Disi~prov~ Time: From ~ to 120 days. Appe~s: None. Renew~s: Project periods can be up to five yearn. Previous proj~t periods have ~en limited m 36 months. Projects may be contin- ued based on annual review of accomplishments, sub~t~ of a continuation application, and the availability of funds. Renewals are available only through the new application process. ASSISTANCE CONS~ERATIONS: Formula and Mate~g Requirement: Cost-sharing of $1 for each $9 of Federal grant funding is required. Le~h ~fl Time Ph~g of ~is~nce: Projects ~ fiscal year 1992 were approved for a period of up to three y~rs with funding proved on a 12 month basis. POST ASSISTANCE REQ~REME~S: Report: Annul fiscal reports are required and progr~s repor~ must be submitted ~ prescribed by grit award terns ~d conditions. Au~: In accord~ce with the provisions of OMB Circular No. 128. 'Audits of State ~d Local Government," State and 1~1 governments that receive financial a~sismc¢ of $1~,~ or more within the State's fisc~ year shMl have an audit ~de for ~at year. State and local governments that receive betw~n and $1~,~ witHn the State's fiscal y~r shall have ~ audit made in accordance with Cire~ar No. A-128, or in aeeor~ee with Fede~ laws and regulations governing the programs which they participate. Records: Final records must be man,ned for three yearn after the grit ends or until all audit questions ~e resolved. FINANC~L INFO~TION: Accost Identifi~fion: 91-0301~1-506. OMi~tions: (Gran~) ~ q5 $8,952,~; ~" 96 est $8,952,~; and FY 97 ~t $9,952,~. ~nge anti Average of Fin~ A~ee: $1~,~ to $250,531; PROGR~f ACCOMPLISH~TS: Fifty-two projects were su~ po~ in fi~M y~r 1995. REG~ON~ G~DE~, ~D ~~ Section 752 of the Re~bilitation Act, ~ amended, and 34 C~ 367, ~ ~enfled. ~FO~%Lk~ON CO~A~: Re#o~ or ~ O~ce: Info~afi~n my ~ obtMn~ from the gionfl offices (RegionM ~mm~i~ner, R~bfli~fion ~i¢~ Adminis~ati~n~ Iist~ in Ap~end~ IV ~f the Headqu~e~ O~ee: Raymond MelhofL Re~bi~fion ~c~ Ad- ~irl~tratien. OSERS. DeFerment of ~cafion~ M~ 806 6-96 TI57691630
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~D PR~R~MS: ~4 t3~ Ce~e~ for Inde~t 84A69~ Ind~ndent Lig~g--S~:~ Gr~n~; ~4.2@3, Pr~am cf Prctczficn ~d ic~ to sub~oups of ~ old~r ~linfl ~op~ad~n that are vulnerable to premature or unn~e~D, imt~tutio~li~ti~n ~ ~ell ~ to older deaf-blin~ ~ons. ~e projecks provide se~c~ in bo~ ~ and urb~ ~ and about h~f of the g~te~ m~e sub~ to communhy nonprofit agenci~ to deliver se~ces. In addi~on to in-home ~d/or fa~]ky-b~ed ser~ce provgions, mobil~ units and communiD, min~centers are available ne~ the r~idences of per- sons ~ing s=~'ed. All projec~ provide comprehensive independ- ent li~ng se~'i~. ~A FOR SE~G PROPOS,~: Selection criteria for this progr~ ~clude extent of need, pl~ of o~rafion, quality of key pemonnel, budget and cost-effecfiven~, evaluation plan, ade- quacy of r~urces, se~ce comprehensivene~, ~d l~elih~d of sustaining pro~am. ~,180 ~C~OLOGY APPLICA~ONS FOR ~I~UALS WITH DISAB~IT~S ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION A~ORIZATION: Individuals with Disabilities ~u~tion Ac~ P~t G, ~ ~ended. Public Laws 99~57, 1~-630, and 101~76, 20 U.S.C. 1461. OBJECt: To advance the av~lability, quality, use effecfivene~ of technology, edu~tionai media, ~d materials in the education of children and youth with di~bilities and the provision of related ~rvic~ ~d early inte~ention services to infants and toddlers with di~bilifies. TYPES OF ASSIST~CE: Project Grants; Project Grants (~o~ra- tive Agreements); Project Grants (Contracts). US~ AND USE RESTRI~IONS: Contracts, gran~ or cooperative agreements may support projects or centers for the purpose of ad- vancing and improving technology, educational media, and materi- als in the education of the disabled; and how they can be used more effectively to d~ign and adapt new technology, educationM media, and materials in devdoping and marketing new technolo- gy, and to d~seminate information on their availability and use. ELIGIBIL~ ~Q~REME~S: Appli~nt Eli~bili~: Institutions of higher education, State and locfl educational agencies, public agenci~, ~d private nonprofit or profit agenci~ or orgamzations may apply. Benefiei~ Eli~bili~: Infants, Ioddlers, children, and youth with dimbilitim benefit. Credenfifls~menmflon: Cos~ will be determined in accord~ce with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. OMB Circular No. A-21 for educational institutions appli~. APPLICA~ON A~ AWARD PROS: Pr~ppli~fion C~rdinafion: The standard application fo~ ~ fur- nished by the Federal agency ~d required by OMB Circul~ No. A-102 must ~ used for this progr~. ]~is pro~ ~ eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, "Intergovemmea~! Review of Feder- al Program" An applicant should consult ~e office or offic~ d~ignat~ ~ the single point of con~ct in his or her S~te for more info~ation on the pr~ the State requir~ to ~ followed in applying for assistance, if the State h~ select~ ~e progr~ for AppOrtion ~ure: Announcements for gr~ ~d c~perative agreemenm are published in the F~eral Reg~ter. ~ntrac~ ~e announced through publi~tion in the Commerce B~in~s D~ly (CBD). Official~ su~mit propo~ls in r~onw tt~ the ~no~ance- p~m~t of ~u~tion Appli~on ~n~l Center, R~m 3633, ROB No. 3. 7~ ~d D S~ee~, SW., g3~n~om DC 2~0Z M~Img Addr~: DeFa~ent ef ~ueatt~n Ap~h~on Ccn~ol Center, t~ In:I~en:e A~er.~:e, SW., Wa~hua~ca, DC 2020~ sa~j¢~t to the ~ro~r~ cf OMB C~r~,A~ No. A-11& t~ ap~ro~ e, dCer or reject i~i~-Jd~ F rc~ b~d c,n c,~j~ e reviews by ou~id¢ cx~ and s~f. Negotiations ~e con~cted hy telephon~ Uns:cc~ffl ~ppli~ will receive ~dtten don. D~$~ ~nmct ~a h~dq~s office for application dea~ ~ge of A0~rovfl~p~ovfl ~ime: Approximately 90 to 180 days. A~: ~nUact pro~s~s can be revised on th~ bmis of recom- mendatiom made d~ng the review ~d negotiat~an proem. aped proems dora not apply to gr~ or c~o~crafivc agree- men~. Reheats: Fund~g is g~erally for a one year pedo& Multi-ye~ projec~ may received con~ua~on funding b~ on stuff re,flew, sat~factow ~rfo~m~, and ava~abflity of funds. ~~ CONS~E~ONS: Fo~ul~ ~ ~g Req~emen~ None. ~n~ ~d T~e P~g of ~e~ One to five y~s depending on ~no~cem~t. M~ti-y~ aw~ds ~c subject to set,factory progr~, ~d a contin~fion application must be submitted for ap- prov~ for e~h subsequent ye~ of the project. PO~ ~S~AN~ ~QUI~M~: Re0~: Progrm re~rts ~d find repots as required by awed d~umen~. Audi~: In accord~ce with the pro~ions of OMB Circul~ No. A- 128, "Audi~ of State and L~ Government,'" State and l~al govc~cn~ that receive financifl ~sis~nc~ of $1~,~ or more ~t~ the State's fiscM year shill have ~ audit made for that yc~. State ~d locfl govc~cnts that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within ~e State's fi~l year shall have an audit made in a~ordance with Circ~ar No. A-128, or in a~ordance ~th Fedc~ laws md regulations governing the progr~s in w~ch they p~icipate. Ree~: A~ recipicn~ ~c required to mfint~n all records during • e project period and for three yea~ after the project is te~inat- ed. ~C~L ~FO~ON: Account Iden~flon: 91-03~-2-1-501. Ohllotiom: (Gmn~ ~d contract) FY 95 $10,862,~; FY 96 est not identifiabl~; ~d FY 97 ~t $0. (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t ~11 be deter- ~n~ upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the ~ 97 ~t will bc dcte~ned upon completion of the r~uthor- ~fion of the progr~.) $2~0,~. PROGRAM ACCOMPMS~: In fiscfl year 1995, Approxi- mately 15 awards were made. ~GULA~ONS, G~~, A~ L~RE: Final regula- tiom w~r~ pub~sh~ in the Fede~ Register on M~ch 3, 1988. ~ended Octet 22, 1991; 34 CFK 333. ~O~ON ~A~: Re~o~ or ~ Office: Not app~cable. Hm~e~ Office: Division of Innovation and Development, Office of ~sis~t ~re~y for Sp~ial ~a~fion ~d Rehabili- tative Service, Dep~t of ~u~fion, ~ Independence Argue, SW., W~gton, DC 20202. ~n~ct: Ellen Sc~llcr. Telephone: 002) 205-8123. Use ~e ~me humor for ~S. RE~D PR~S: 84.023, Specifl ~u~tion--lnnovafion and D~v~lopm~t; M.024, ~iy ~ucation for Chflflr~ with Disabil- iris; 84.025, ~ic~ for Children with D~gBIindn~; 84.026, Media ~d ~pfio~g ~c~ for Individ~ls wilh Dimbilitics; 84.028, S~c~ ~gon--Re~oml R~ource ~nters; 84.086, Spef~ Edu:afi~n--Pro~ for Severely D~bIed Ch~dre~ 84.15~, S~ond~" ~acation ~d T~ns~fional Se~,i:~ for You~ ~~ OF ~D~ PRO~: No e~m~le~ ~e cu~tly av~bl~ 6-96 807 TI57691631
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CRITERL). FOR SELECTING PROPOS_~L~: A~ Fr~d in Req~.~t t;-~r PropcsaI ~J Al~I~'*i~tien fcr ~an~ c~= ~.181 SPE~ EDUCA~ON--G~S FOR ~L AG~': O~CE OF ~ ASSISTA~ TA~Y FO~ SPEC~ EDUCTION AND RE~BIL~A- T~ SERVICe, DEPA~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Individ~ ~ D~Siliti~ ~ucafion Ac~ Pan H, Section 6~6, as ~ended, ~blic Law 1~-119, 20 U.S.C. 1471- 1485. O~V~: To ~st ~h S~te to develop a s~tewide, eompre- he~ive, coordi~t~, muitidis~plinary, i~terageney system to pro- vide ~ly ~te~ention s~vices for infan~ ~d toddlers with dis- abili~, ~d their f~ili~. ~ OF ~~: Fo~ula Gran~. US~ A~ USE ~I~ONS: Funds are used to ~ist Smt~ in planning, developing, and implementing their statewide systems of ~rly inte~,ention se~ees. Funding may al~ be used to provide direc~ se~ie~ for infers and t~dlers with disabiliti~ ~d their f~i~ that are not othe~se provided by o~er publi~ or p~vate source, to exp~d ~d ~prove on se~i~ for inf~ts and tod- dlers with di~bfliti~ that are othe~ise av~lable ~d to pro~de a free appropriate public eduction, ~ a~eord~ee ~th Su~hapter II, to ~hildren with di~bilities from their third b~day to the be- ring of the foUowing s~h~l year. ELIGIB~ ~QU~ME~: Ap~t ~U~: The 50 Smt~, the District of ~l~bia, the ~mmonw~l~ of Puerto Rico, the Seere~ of the Interior and the follo~ng ju~sdictions: Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Is- lan~, Republi~ of Palau, ~d the Commonwe~th of the No~he~ Marian~ Islands. Bene~cl~ E~i~: Infan~ and toddlers with disabiliti~ and their f~ilies will benefit. Credenfi~amen~on: Cos~ will ~ dete~ined in accord~ce with OMB Cireul~ No. A-87 for State, loc~, or Indian tribal government. No S~te or ju~sdiction m~y receive a grant unl~s the Seere~ h~ approved the application and s~tement of ~sur- antes for that State. ~P~CATION A~ AWA~ PRO~S: Pr~tliea~on C~r~na~n: The standard application fo~s as fur- ~shed by the Federal ag~cy and required by OMB Circul~ No. A-102 must be ~ed for t~s pro~am. ~ pro~ is eli~ble for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovemmen~l Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the o~e or o~ial d~ignated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the pro~ess the State req~ir~ to be followed in appl~g for ~ismn~e, if the State h~ selected the program for review. A~p~ ProCure: Specific application procedures are provided in the appli~tion fo~ for the progr~. ~is progr~ is excluded from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-110. Awed Pr~e: All eli~ble applican~ receive awar~ if they have approvable appli~tions. ~: S~ifie deadlin~ are announced ~ly ~ the Federal Re~ster. For f~her info~afion con~t the h~dq~te~ ~ of ~v~i~p~mv~ ~e: ~y to ~ ~ys. A~: ~e ~re~ sh~l not di~pprove such an epplication or s~em~t of ~ran~ u~s the ~creta~ dete~in~, a~er notice ~d op~u~ty for a h~fing, that ~e appli~fion or stale- merit of ~u~c~ f~ls to comply ~th the requir~ems of See- tion 678. Reaew~: ~ ~e renew~ ~tly, upon s~ review and ce~g e~d~ of ~faeto~. ~o~, ~d the availability of f~ds. Fom~ ~d Ma~a8 R~e~ea~: Aw~ ~e ~ o~ ~ pIi~ pro~o~ate s~e of children, aged bi~h ~rou~ two y~, in the~ geae~ ~p~tfi~n, b~ed ~ th~ most r~t the ~o~nt ava la~Ie to S~e~ ~e terfi~c~ r~,,e ~p ~o I per- ish ~d Time P~ing cf A~nce: Gr~nts ~re ~saed ~eh ~r ~e c~i~t~n ~nod L~ cne fi~al )'~r (2 15 month vefi~ from July 1 through ~pt~m~cr 30) pl~ a one ~r ~'over ~rovis~on. PO~ ~I~CE ~Q~l~: R~: An ann~ report to the Gov~or and to ~¢ S~creta~' by • ¢ S~t~ ~teragun~y ~ordinafiag ~uncil on th~ s~t~ of early inte~enfion programs operated ~4thin the State, and a re~ of th~ dam required under Section 676~)(14) of ~ Ac~ ~d other information that th~ ~cremry may require, including info~ation required ~dcr ~ction 618 of th~ Act must b~ submitted. ~a~ts: In accor~ce with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, '~udit~ of State and Lo~l Governments," State and local govemmen~ that r~civ¢ fia~ci~ ~sistaac~ of $1~,~ or more wi~ia the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that y¢~. S~t¢ and lo~a] governments that receive ~tween and $1~,~ within the State's ~sca1 year shall have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance ~th Federal laws and regulations governing the programs which they pa~icipate. " Re~ords: Records should be retained as required by award docu- ment. ~iL INFORM~ON: Account I~gom 91-03~-2-1-501. ObIK~o~ (Or~) FY 95 $315,632,~; FY 96 ¢st $315,754,~; and ~ 97 ~t ~ot available. (Note: ~e ~ 97 ~t is based upon proposed le~slation re~ardiag reautho~fion of th~ prog~m.) R~ge ~d ~vermge of Flannel ~s[st~ae: $1,357,~ to PROO~ AC¢OMPLI~IEN~S: In fiscal year 1995, all appllcan~s received funds; I~,l~ infams and toddlers with disab- litles were ~rved. REOU~ON~, OUI~ELI~ES, A~D LITE~T~: Final regula- tions were publish~ in the Federal R~ist~r on June 22, 1989, mended, Aught 19, 1~2 ~d July 30, 1993. Re~o~ or Lo~ O~¢e: Not applicable. H~md~ers O~ee: Division of Educational Se~ices, O/rice Special ~ucation Pro~ams, O~ce of the Assistant Secretary tint Special ~ucation and Rehabilitative Services, Dapaament of Eduction, 6~ Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202. Co~ta~t: Gai] Hou]¢. Telephone: (202) 205-9084. Use sam~ number for ~S. REL~ PROGR~M~: 84.023, Special Educalion~lu~ova~km and Development; 84.025, Services for Children with Deaf-Blindness; 84.027, Special Education--Orants to States; 84.028, Special Edu- ~ation~Regional R~ourc¢ Centers; 84.0~6, Spe~i~ Education-- Progrm for ~v~ely Dibbled Children; H4.173, Special ~uca- tion--Presch~l Orang; 93.~, Head Stun. EXA~LE~ OF ~D~ PRO~S: Funds are u~d to develop and implement s~atewid¢ systems o[ early intervention ~rvice~. ~RIA FOR SEL~ PROPOSAl: All eligible applicants who submit the required info~ation are entitled to receive grants. CO~~--~A~ONAL PROOR~S ~B~ AO~': O~ICE OF AS~ISTA~ SECRETARY FOR ELEME~ARY ~ SECO~ARY EDUCA~ON, DEPAR~iENT OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: EI~ and Secondly ~n~tion Act, am~ded. Title ~r, P~t & Sabpa~ 2, ~ ~ended. O~~: To ~t in d~g ~ ~cohol a~ edu~on and pre- ven~on acfi~ ~ autho~z~ by t~e D~g-Fr~ Sch~ ~d Communi~ Act of 1~86, ~ ~ OF ~SI~: Pro~cct Gr~s (Contract): Pro~ect G~ 808 6-96 TI57691632
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USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Projec~ funded under ~ ~r~ add:~ a n~ficn~ cenc~ ~ red,c= c~fic Fnon~ p,abh~ed m 34 C~ ~g ~d ~5. ~IG~ ~Q~~: Ap#mt ~#~%~ I~fimficrA ef higher edu~n. SE~ LEAs, ~d nonprofi~ ~c Bene~ ~%~ Insfimdo~ of H#er eduction, SEAS, LEAS, ~d nonprofi~ ~11 Creden~ocumen~doa: ~s~ will be dete~ed in with O~ Circular No. A-21. APP~CATION ~ AW~ PRO~S: ~ppli~on ~or~flon: Pr~ppli~ ~e not required under this progr~. ~is progr~ ~ e~#ble for ~vc~gc under E.O. 12372, "IntergovemmentM Review of Fed~M ~o~s." An plic~t shoed comuit ~e o~cc or o~c~ d~i~a~d ~ the single point of ~nmct in ~s or her State for more ifomfion on proc~ the State requir~ to be followed ~ appl#ng for ~st- ~ce, if ~c State h~ selected ~e pro~ for renew. Appll~flon Pr~ur~ Appli~tions or pro~s~s must be prepped ~d sub~tted in accord~cc ~th appli~blc prog~ ~o~- ments. Applications m~t be addre~ to ~e Application ~ntrol Center, excluded ~rom coverage ~der OMB Circ~ No. A-I10. Awed Procedure: After completion of com~dtive review of appli- cmion% ~e Dcpamment of ~u~tion makes the fin~ dcc~ion on the approval of ap#icafions. De~M~: Deadlines ~II be announced Federal Rc#tcr. R~ge of Mprov~Mt~proval Time: Five mont~ follo~ng ~e ap- plication deadline date. App.: None. Renew~s: Con~gent u~n Congressio~ f~g, safisfacto~ per- romance, ~d in ~e gove~ent's best inter~t. ASSI~ CONS~E~ONS: Formula ~d Mmching R~airements: None. ~n~h ~d Time Ph~g of ~ist~ce: Grits ~11 be made for period of 12 to 36 mont~. POST ~SIST~ REQ~~S: Repot: Specified reposing requiremen~ ~e ~cluded ~ the grit, cooperative agreement or contract documenL Aunts: Audit requ~cmen~ ~c found ~ Pm 74 of EDGe. R~o~: As required by EDGAR, 34 C~ 75.73~734. FINAN~L ~OR~ON: Accost Iden~doa: 91-1~0-1-501. Obli~do~ (Gran~) ~ 95 ~25,~,~ ~ 96 ~t not idcnfifiablc; and ~ 97 ~t $25,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t ~1 be deter- mined u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) R~ge ~d Average of Fim~eifl ~h~ce: Anticipat~ r~ge is be- tween $1~,~ ~d $550,~. PR~RAM ACCO~LIS~: In fiseM y~ 1995, about 130 gmn~ were aw~ded ~ng IHEs, State, 1~ edu~fion~ agen- cies, ~d nonprofit org~fio~ for prevention project. REGULA~ONS, GU~EL~, A~ ~~: appli~b]e to this pro~ ~e ~ ~e Dep~t of GenerM Admin~afive Re#adons (34 C~ 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 86, 98, and 99), ~d pro~ Re#ado~ 34 C~ 231, ~, ~d 235. ~FO~ON CO~A~: R~ or ~ O~ce: Not ap#i~ble. H~dq~e~ O~ee: D~tor, Division of D~g-Fr~ ~h~B ~d Co~u~ti~, Depanmem of ~u~don, ~ of Elem~ ~d S~ond~ ~ucadon, ~ Inde~nd~:e Avenae, SW., ton, DC ~202-~39. ~nm~: Sel~h Shep~d ~d G~ ~u- monL Tel~hone: (202) 2~2~. U~ the ~ nm~ for ~S. ~ PR~: g4.186, ~fe ~d D~g-Fr~ Gmnt~ ~L~ OF ~ PRO~: Proj~ ~t d~o~te ~e effecfiv~ of ~g anti M:ohel Prevention Stmt~; ~ol~e mtegrat~en of re~trch into dtmg and a:cohol al:me education for eI~ and ~n~" ~hccl t~che~ and smden~ in ~I~n~fion of ~hol ~d drag ~a~cn grcj~; ~d ~h~l ~*I in ~reven~g ~g and Maohcl use by s~d~ ~ FOR ~G PRO~SA~: Cfit~ include: (I) ~ncept d~ ~d conm~ufion to impro~ng ~* q~ty of drag ~d alcohol ab~c eduction ~d prevention activities; (2) rclafion- sMp to ~g prevention proem ~plmenmd to comply D~g-Free ~h~Is ~d ~p~ regulafiom; 0) plan of afion; (4) q~ity of key ~o~el; (5) cv~mfion; ~d (6) appli- c~t's ~tmcnt ~d capacity. 84.185 BY~ ~ONORS S~OL~S~S ~E~ AG~: O~CE OF ASSIST~ SEC~TARY FOR ~STSECO~ARY EDUCA~ON, DEPART~ OF EDUCA~ON A~OR~ON: ~ghcr ~u~tion Act of 1965, Title IV, Part A, Subpm 6, ~ mended, 20 U.S.C. 107~-31-I079d41. OB~: To profidc scholmMps to ou~d~g high school se~o~ that show pro~se of con~ucd a~d~c achievement in an effo~ to recognize ~d promote student excellence and acMcvcmcnt. ~ OF A~~: Fomula US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: ScholmMps of $1,5~ ~c aw~d- ed to sup~ a m~imm of fo~ y~m of s~dy at ~y eli#hie sfitution of hi#er education. ~ any y~r the ~o~t of a schol~- sMp may ~ reduced if ~c to~ mo~t of Federal ~=c~ ~sist- ~e a scho~ r~iv~ ex~eds ~e schol~'s total cost of attend- ELIG~ A~limt Eli~: The S~tc cdu~tional agcnci~ (SEA), which supervise pubic elemen~ ~d s~ond~ sch~ in the Smt~, are responsible for administc~g the progrm. For ~e pu~oses of this progrm, the Stat~ include the fifty Smt~, the D~fict of Co- lumbia, Pue~o Rico, the Virgin Isl~ds, ~efican Samo~ the No~hcrn M~ana Isl~ds, Ouam, PMau, ~c F~cm~ S~t~ of Micron~i~ ~d the Republic of ~e Marsh~ Islmds. Beaefl~ E~#bfli~: A student mint meet r~idency and citizen- sMp rcquircmcn~ bca gaduate of a public or private secondary school or ~ve been a~cpmd for cnroflment at an ~sfitution of M#cr eduction, have demonstrated ou~m~g a~dmic acMevment, ~d show promi~ of continued ~admic acMeve- mcnt m b, cli#blc to r~elv~ a scholmMp. Credea~m~mflom To r~eive Mlo~ for mhola~Mps, a State must submit a pmi~fion agr~ment to the Depa~,nt of ~u~tion ~ req~ed by Section 419E of ~e progrm s~tutc. A S~te ~ not r~ed to provide f~her applimfion ~fomtion for f~d~g u~ ~c Smtc w~ to m~y ~ approved a~ccmcnt. ~s prog~ ~ exclud~ from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-87. ~P~CA~ON ~D AW~ PRO~S: Prm~Bmfioa ~r~oa: ~ progrm is ~clud~ from ~ver- age under O~ Circ~ No. A-I02. ~ progrm ~ cxclud~ from coverage ~d~ E.O. I~72. A~llmflon ~are: ~ progrm is ~clud~ from coverage ~der OMB Circ~ No. A-If0. Aw~fl Pr~m: Ann~ ~lo~ents are provid~ ~augh ~t aw~ds to ~c Smtc cducat~n~ ig~nci~ for m~g ~olmMps to q~if~@g studenm. S~den~ apply to ~eir Smt~ of leg~ r~i- d~ for a ~hol~p ~dcr t~ pmg~ S~dent agpli~ m~ follow the apportion pr~ed~ ~ ~ct~ by ~ch ~:h p~zipafing State aw~ds ~Imhips to di~It st~=~ ~r~c, ~J~ ~ecfion pr~ed~ approv~ by ~e U.S. ~re- ~: ~t awa~ to S~ fcr scho~ ~c ~ m f~r ~e S~t~ to m~e ~ho~hip pa~en~ ~fore ~c ~ of 6-96 809 TI57691633
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A~: N~t R~ew~ To ~ ~i~,~l: for ~le~cn~ for ~n) ~r, S~ enter into ~ age~ent ~th the Dcp~ment of ~gmdon in ac- cordance ~ ~ct~nn 419E c~f the ~ro~am s~tute and the ~ req~emen~ for ~e y~ ~ published ~ the F~e~ Re#- ter by the Secre~D'. To be eli#bIe f~r renewM ~f st~denk~ must continue to meet r~ideney and citizenship require- men~, be enrolled as a full-time student, and maintain ~tisfacto~' a~flemie progress. ASS~AN~ CON~ERA~ONS: Fomult u~ ~Iate~g Re~remea~: Each participating S~te is al- lotted schol~hips (~ounfing to $1,5~ each) b~ed on the ratio of the S~te's population ages five through seventeen y~ to the population ag~ five through seventeen in all participating Stat~, except thin no State s~ll receive l~s than 10 scholarship~. ~n# ~ T~e Ph~ing of A~ist~ee: A State must expend iu lotment for scholarships d~ing the award year specified by the Secretary with regard to those funds. POST ASSI~ Re~m: ~ annul performance report of the expenditure of arship funds and other reports as required by the Secretary. A~i~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of State ~d Local Government," State ~d local goverments that receive finan~al ~sistance of $1~,~ or more within the State's fiscM y~r shall have an audit made for that y~r. S~te and local gove~en~ that re~ive between ~d $1~,~ within the S~te's fis~M ye~ shall have an audit made in accordance with Circul~ No. A=128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the progr~s in which they pa~ieipate. Record: Records must ~ maintMned for five years after the activity for which the funds were awarded or until completion of the De- p~tment Audit, whichever is later. HN~L INFORMA~ON: Account Iflen~fi~fiom 91-0201~-1-502. Obli~flons: (Gran[~) ~" 95 $29,117,~; ~" 96 ~t $29,117,~; and ~ 97 ~t $29,117,~. (Note: The ~ 96 est will be dete~ined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program.) R~ge tn~ Average of Finmeitl ~i,~nee: Awards to S~ates ranged from $27,750 to $1,069,975 per State; $185,613 was the average grit to each State. ~hol~ships to individuMs are $1,5~. PROG~ ACCO~LIS~E~: AB ~0 Stat~, the District of Columbia, ~eno Rico, the Vir#n Islands, Ameri~n Samoa, the No.hem Marina Islands, G~m, PMau, the Federated States of Micron~ia, anti the Republio of the Marshall Islands are eli#ble to pa~eipate in ~is program. In fiscal year 1995. 19,411 st~den~ will receive an average $1,5~ scholanhip. REGU~ONS, GUIDEL~, AND L~~: 34 CFR (Progr~ Regulmions) published in the Federal Re#ster on August 11, 1~3, fact sheet, program d~fiption, and Directo~ of State Agency O~c~ Con~ (current). ~nmct the progr~ office for more i~o~ation. ~ORMA~ON CO~A~: Re#oa~ or ~ O~¢e: Not applicabl~ H~em O~ Dep~ment of ~u~tion, Office of Pos~- ond~, ~u~tion, Divifion of Hi~ ~ucation Incentive gr~s, ~ Inde~ndence Ave~e, ~e Por~Is) Suttee-f0, W~h- in.on, ~ 2~2~5251. Con~et: Darlene B. CoIlins. Telephone: (202) 2~33~4. U~ the ~e n~ber for ~. ~D PR~MS: None. ~~ OF ~ED PR~S: None. ~ FOR S~NG PRO~S~: N:~ 810 84,186 SAFE AND DRUG.FREE SCHOOLS--STATE GRAN-£S FEDERAL AGENC-~': OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEmeNtARY AN~ SECONDARY EDUCA~ON. DEPAR~ OF ~U~ON A~O~ON: ~fe ~fl D~g-Free ~c~Is a~d Communiti~ Act ef 19~6, Tifl~ IV, S~bpa~ 1, ~ amended, P~hlie Law 103- O~V~: To ~mbl~h State and I~M prog~ of ~ce~ol and drag a~use eduction and prev~tion coordinated with r&ated community effo~ ~d re~arc~. ~ OF ~I~AN~ Fo~ula Gran~. US~q ~ U~ ~~ONS: Allocations are ~de to Stat~s and t~fitoH~. An ~Ioeafion is made to each S~te b~ed on the State's school-age population ~d Chapter 1 all~eations. Mest of the allocation h administered by State education agencies (SEAs~ for drag and Mcohol abuse eduction ~d prevention programs in 1o~1 school systems. ~e majority of the funds received by an SEA must be g~ted to l~al educational agenei~ (LEAs). The remainder of ~e amount p~d to a S~te ~ reed by the Governor's office for gran~ and eontrae~ with community-based organi=- tions for ~e devdopment ~d implemen~tion of broadly-based progr~s of violence and drag prevention. ~e Governor' o~ees must also awed 10 pere~t of funds for law enforcement educa- tion pa~ne~ps. ELIGIB~ ~Q~ME~S: A~li~t Eli#biB~': Governors' offices, SEAs, and the Insular Ar~ may apply. Benefiei~ Eli~i~: Governors' offices, SEAs, LEAs, Insular Ar~, ~d o~er public ~d private nonprofit organizations (in- eluding parent groups, co~ty action agenci~, ~d other com- munity-b~ed organizations) will benefit, as will students and teachers in public and private schools in each State. Creflenfi~menmfion: Cos~ will be deter~ned in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State ~d local governments. APPLICA~ON AND AWA~ PROS: Pret~eifi0n Coordnt~on: ~is proem is digible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovemmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should comult the o~ce or official d~ignat- ed ~ the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation or the process the S~te requires to be followed in applying for a~ismee, if ~e State has sdeeted the program for review. A~li~on Pr~ed~e: ~ch State must submit to the Depa~ment of ~ucation an application ~vefing a five-year ~riod which is amended annu~ly. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Awed Pr~re: Appli~tions are reviewed for compliance with the statute by the O~ee of Elemen~y and Secondary ~ucation. If it is dete~ined that the application meets the statutory require- men~, ~e Assistant ~re~ awards ~e State i~ ~lotment. ~t~n~: Not applicable. R~ge of A~ro~r0v~ T~e: ~e estimated range of time needed to approve/d~pprove a State's application is approxi- mately thi~y days. A~: Not app~cable. Renew~: State appli~tions are amended annually. Awards ~re gen- erally made eff~tive July 1 of each e~end~ y~r. A~~ CON~ONS: Fom~k ~d Mt~ng Requlremen~: ~e smtuto~, fo~a meal to dete~e each S~te's altotm~t ~ au~or~d by Ti~e IV, Sub- pa~ 1, Elemen~y and ~ond~ ~g~fion Ac~ as ~enfled. ~n# ~d T~e ~g of ~ee: Generally, State awards are made from July I to Septem~r 30 of the re,owing year. In addi- tion, funds rem~n avMlable to Smt~ for an additional F~al year for ob~gafion ~d ex~ndit~re. Re~m: A re~ vn the pro~s f~n~ed b~' ~e State, and the ~nefie~ sem'e~, A r~uired by ~fi~n 4117 of ~e Act. Audi~ In accor~ee ~ the pr~iens of OMB Circ~ar No. A- 12~, 'Aud:.~ ~f S~e and ~.ml G~v~me~s," S~te and 6-96 TI57691634
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gov,-~-~_mer~s t~t r~ve financial ass~s~an:e o~ $I~.~ or more ~d $I~.~ ~i&in ~e S~:c's fi~ y~r ~h~l t~ve ~ audit ~c in a~ccr~cc ~i~ Cir~ No, A-12~, or ~ accord~ce ~ Fcd~ la~s ~d rc~a~c~ govem:~g ~e pro~s wMch ~ey p~ciFat~ R~: ~ a~crd~ce ~th 34 ~ 76.73~76.734, ~e~ m~n~ appropriate recor~ rela~d to ~t ~nd~ compli~ ~d pro~ect p~o~ce for five ye~ ~er ~e completion of ~ for which the grant or subg~t ~nds were ~ed. ~~ ~O~ON: Accost Idea~fion: 91-I~I-501. Oblation: ~o~a gran~) ~ 95 ~34,~,~; ~ 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d ~ 97 ~t $515,~,~ ~cte: ~e ~ 96 ~t be de~ined upon enactment of ~e 1996 approp~tion for this pro~.) ~ge ~d Avenge of F~ ~B~ce: For fis~l ye~ 1995, awards ranged from $2,151,~ to $47,939,~; PR~ ACCO~LIS~E~S: BienniM repo~ have been re- ceived from Smt~. Info~ation on how f~ds are b~g used will ~come av~lable once the da~ from thee repo~ ~e s~a- ~ed. REG~TIONS, GU~ELI~, AND L~T~E: The admi~s- tration of the pro~ is gov~ned by ~e Statute, EDO~ (34 CFR 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, and 86) ~d non-regulato~ g~d- ~ee for implementing Pa~ B. In addition, 34 CFR 98 ~d 99 apply to this progr~. ~FO~ON CO~A~S: Re~on~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dqn~ O~¢e: Department of ~ucation, Offi~ of Elementa- ~ and Secondly ~u~fion, Safe ~d D~g-Free Schools Pro- gram, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., Portals Bldg., Room W~on, DC 20202-6123. Contact: Dividon of D~g-Free Schools and Communhies. Telephone: (202) 26~3954. Use the ~me humor for ~S. ~LA~D PRO~: 84.184, D~g-Free Schools and Communi- ti~Nation~ Progr~s. EX~L~ OF ~ED PROJE~S: ~is is a Smte-adm~istered pro~, ~ampl~ of funded projec~ ~e not available. C~R~ FOR S~E~NG PROPOSAl: States ~I re~ive for- m~a ~ b~ed u~n the submission of an approvable applica- tion. 84.187 S~PORTED EMPLO~NT SERVICES FOR I~UALS WITH SE~RE DISAB~ITIES (SuppoSed Emplo~ent State G~n~) ~DE~ AG~: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SEC~TARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION A~ REHABILITATIVE SEKVIC~, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, ~ ~ended, Title VI, P~ C, Public ~w 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 795j-q. O~E~S: To pro~de g~ts for ~e limited se~i~ leading to suppled emplo~t for ~dividuds ~ ~e most severe dis- abi~fi~. ~ OF ASSI~: Fo~ula Grm~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Fed~l funds are used to: (I) ~mplement se~i~ under Tire I of this Acg (2) provide s~ed job t~e~ who accomp~y the worker for inte~ive on-the-job ~ain~g; (3) pro~de systematic tr~nin~ (4) provide job devdop- m~t; (~) provide follow-up s¢~ic~; (~ pro~de regu~ obse~a- t[on or sub,ion at ~a~g sit~; ~d (7) provide other ~rvi~ n~ to sup~ ~ ~divid~ ~ employm~L F~ may not be ~ ~ provide ~e req~red ext~ded ~4c~ on~ ~ indi~d~ t~sitio~ from the time llmited ~,[ces prodded under Appli~t ~ffiff: Sm~e v~tionM r~mti~n agenci~ ~g ~tofi~ ~d ~om) d~i~at~ ~ ~e State F~n mln~ the V~fio~ Rehab~i~fion Be~ficlary Elilp~bilit~. Indi,-idua:s ~-kh tke m~t ~vere disabilities *~hcse a~ity or pot~:tiaI to e=gage in a traimng prcff~.~ l~dmg to ~!~p~rted ~rn~lo)-me~t h~ ~ea det~ir.e~ ~y evaluating reha- ~li~on ~ten~. In ad~ifi~ indi',H~s m~t need ~ded se~'i~ in order to ~ffo~ ccm~eti~ve ~-c~ m~ have tke a£i~ity to ~zrk m a supped emFlo)~e=t wi~ O~ Circul~ No. A-B7 for S~te and 1~ gove~. Pr~i~a~ ~~ ~is pro~ ~ eligibl~ for coverage ~der E.O. 12372, 'ln~rgovemmen~ Re~w of Fede~ gr~." An appli~nt should consult the office or offi~ d~gnat- ~ ~ ~e single po~t of con~ct in ~is or her S~te for more infor- ~on on ~e pr~c~ ~a State requir~ to be follow~ in apply- ~g for ~sismnce, if ihe State h~ sel~ted ~e program tot review. The standard application fo~s as fum~hed by ~e Federal agency md required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must ~e used for ~is pro~. A~li~n Pr~eed~e: ~eh Seate agency must sub~t a Sm~e plan supplement for a three y~ peri~ ~ p~ of the S~te plan ~der Title I of the Rehab~itation Act of 1973, as amendS. Vocational rehabilitation agenci~ submit the S~te Plm and supplement to the appropriate Dep~ment of ~ucation region~ o~ce. ~is pr~ g~m is excluded from coverage under OMB Cireul~ No. A-110. Aw~r~ Proeed~e: Notice of ~nu~ a~otment to the Sta~e, qua~erly ~ant award notice, ~d funds are withdrawn ~der ~e E[e~ironic Transfer System. ~es: A three y~r S~te plan supplement to ~he S~te plan for v~afion~ rehab~i~tion se~ic~ is submitted to the RSA Region- ~ O~ce for approval no later than ~uly 1, of ~ third y~r of ~ch ~ee ye~ cycle, commencing ~y 1, 1~86. R~a~e ~ A~ro~is~ov~l Time: ~e r~ge has not been speci- fied. A~e~: ~ter r~onable effo~ has been made to resolve the qu~- fions involved, the State may appeal to the United States Co~n of Apes for the circuit in which the Stale is located. Re~ew~: Not applicable. ASSIS~ CONS~ERATIONS: Fo~mu~ and Mat¢~ng Req~emen~: Federal funds are dist~buted b~d on the U.S. total populations and Slaty population ~d the so~ is the Population Estimates Annual, Bu~u of the Census. No State shall re~ivv 1~ th~ $250,~ or one-third of one per- cent of the sums made av~lable for the fisc~ year, whichever is grater. ~is program h~ no matching requirement. ~n~ and Time Ph~ing of ~t~¢e: Notice of ~n~ aHo~ents to ~e State, queerly grant awards are made and funds are with- drown under the Electronic Tr~fer System. POST ~SI~ HEQ~ME~: Re~: Annual and q~efly progr~s ~epo~s and annum budget and quavery fin~dal status re~s (St~dard Fo~ 269) are q~r~. Au~: In accord~ce with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of Sta~e and ~cal Government," State ~d lo~ governments ~at ~eceive finmciM ~s~ce of $1~,~ or more ~thin ~e State's fisc~ year shall have an audit made for ~at y~. State and Io~ govc~en~ that receivv ~evn $25,~ and $1~,~ within the State's fisc~ ye~ sh~l have an audit made in accordance with C~cular No. A-128, or in acco~ncc ~ Fede~ laws ~d regulafio~ governing the prog~ms in which they pa~icipate. R~o~: C~ r~ords on indi~d~ client, fiscal records for a pre- scfi~d period for audit pu~ and retention of records for ~ee ye~s ~v ~C~ ~O~TION: A~unt Iden~cafiom 91@301-~1-~6. O~H~fio~: (Gr~) ~ 95 $36,536,~ ~" 96 ~t $38,152,~ and Smt~ receiv~ a mi~ of $3~,~. Te~tvfi~ r~ei~ed ~3,170 ~c~t for F~au ~'ht~ r~ved $2~,~. ~e r~ge cf fi- ~=~ ~s~nce w~ frvm ~0,0)~ to $3,679,837. 6-96 811 TI57691635
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PROGRAM ACCO*I~LISI-DIE~'$: "i-t~e m~m~t. illn~ ccnsfi~e ~O ~rccm cf ~h~ ~ns ~ercemL ~sc<, im$~ (3.4 ~er~t), ~a~a~= br~a inj:u~ IZ5 ~ercentL et~e~ ce~sti~te (I0.2 percent). ~ere were 7,317 di~{d~s ~h~ met all the ~te~a fer clasare ~ a sa~:,~ed em- ployment ~, 1.17~ who met same ~f the ctt~ 4,471 w~o were eider closed or is ~at competitively employed or h~s not been rehabili~ted. ~ere were 31.377 active cases receiving sup- ported emplo~enl seg,iees. ~GULA~ONS, G~EL~, ~ LI~RA~E: Sap~ed Emplo}~ent Seg, ices for l~dividual~ ~Sth Severe DSabili~ (34 C~ 363). INFO~ON CO~A~: R~on~ ~r ~ ~fiee: Department of Eduction Re~onal Office. See Appendix IV of the ~og for a list of Re~onal Offices. ~dqa~ers Office: Office of Program Operations, Rehabilitation Services Administration, O~ce of the Assis~t Secretly for Spe- cial Eduction and Rehabilitative Se~ices, Department of Educa- tion. Washington, DC 20202-2574, ~ntaet: Mark E. Shoob. Tele- phone: (202) 205-9~6. Use the ~e number for ~S. ~D PROG~: 53.~1, Employment Promotion of People ~4th Di~bilifi~; ~.~7, Blind Rehabilita~on ~nters and Clinics; ~.013, Veter~ Prosthetic Appliances; ~.116, V~afional Reha- bilitation for Disabled Veterans; 84.078, Special Education~Post- secon~ry Education Programs for Persons with Disabiliti~; 84,126, Rehabilitation Servlces~V~ational Rehabilitation Grants to S~te; M.128, Rehabilitation Servic~Service Pr~iects; 84.132, Cente~ for Independent Living; 84,1~, Training lnte~reters for Individuals who are Deaf ~d lndivid~ls who are Deaf-Blind; 84.161, Re~bilimtion Services~Client Assistance Program; 84.169, Independent Living~State Grits; 84.177, Rehabilitation Services~Independent Living Se~,ices for Older Individuals Who are Blind. EXAMPL~ OF ~NDE~ PROTEUS: Not Applicable. ~ERIA FOR SELE~ING PROPOSAl: Not applicable (Catalog users should contact the State Vocational Rehabili~tion agency for criteria). 84.190 CH~STA MCAULI~E FELLOWSHIPS FEDEraL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETLY FOR ELEME~ARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~ORI~TION: Higher Education Act, Title V, Part C, Subpart 2, ~ amended, Public Law 102-325. OB$E~IVES: To reward excellence in teaching by providing fin~- ciai ~is~nce to experienced outst~ding teachers to continue their education, develop innovative programs, consdt ~fith or ~isl seh~l districts or private ~hool systems, or engage in other ed~eation~ activities that will improve ~eir knowledge a.d skills ~d the ~u~tion of their students. ~P~ OF ~SI~AN~: Formula Grants. USES AND OSE R~I~ONS: Gm~ are aw~ded to Slme edu- cation agenci~ that award fellowships to individual teachers to use for the follo~4ng activities: (a} A ~bbatieal for study or re- search directly ass~iated with t~e objeetiv~ of the program, or a~demie improvem:nt; ~) eons~tation wi~ or ~i~ee to 1~ educational agenei~, private seh~Is, or p~vate school systems; or developm~t of s~i~ innovative prog~ms; (e) projee~ or nerships t~t involve lhe business community and the schools; (d) programs ~at incorporate t~e us~ ~d ~e sharing of technologi~ to help staden~ l~m; or (e) programs that ~xpand or replica~e modal proj~ for s~ de'¢elopmezt. Applier ~i~i~': S~te e~aca~iTr~ agen:~ for the fo~u~ ~rL T~ehe~ t~t are eitizer~ of S~a~es ~r pe~a~ r~en~ ~f ~e Comm~n~ezhh ~eo. G~, th~ Vir.~a Is!ar.ds. N~hem Ma~a Isl~, or ~c~ ~;:~y~a ~ a :~ch= for ~t cr mere ~ ~e el:~bIe for er ,~o is a d~z~ ~f ~e Un.te5 S~t~ or a ~u~t r~daut cf Ne~h~m M~a~a Isis.. or Pala~ and t~=~ in ~ ellen." school, or private school syM~. S~den~ ~d fut~e ~e t~chen are the indirect benefi~at~ Credenfi~ocmenH~om Regulations have been ~blished published in the Fede~ Re~ster. ~nmct the prognm o~ for additional info~atiom APPLICA~ON AND AWA~ PRO~S: Pret~ctfion ~or~afion: An ia~d~ t~cher must sub~t a propo~ for a fdlowship project to the LEA for which he or she teaches. Recommendations from two ~eh~g peers, ~e and superintendent may be requested. Seleefiom are made by a statewide panel for the State in which the proposed pr~ect is to be conducted. ~is prepare is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. ~is program is excluded from cover- age under E.O. 12372. A~lication Pr~edure: To pa~icipate, a S~te must file an appliea- ~on with the Secretly of ~ueation coveting a pefi~ of t~ee fis~l years; compli~ with the statutory and regulato~ require- men~; and d~i~ates the SEA ~ the agency r~ponsible for the administ~tion of the program. ~ progr~ is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-f10, Applicants for the fel- lowship awards must apply to their SEA. They must submit ~eir appli~tion for review by their LEA prior to submitting it to SEA; and they may be requ~ed to fu~h r~omm~datiom from teaching peers, their prineipM, and/or their su~fintendent. Awed ProCure: State appli~tiom ~e approved for aw~ds by the A~ismnt Seerem~ for Elemen~ ~d S~ond~ ~u~fion, Recommendations for the approval of appli~tions are made by the program s~f on the basis of public criteria. ~e selection for the fellowship award(s) within a State is made by a seven-member panel appointed or designated by the chief State schod o~cer. The grant award is made to the recipient teacher by the SEA. D~dlin~: State three-year appli~tions were filed in the summer of 1993. Deadlin~ for State-level com~tition for individuM aw~ds are ~blished by the State annuMly. Range of Approv~roval Ti~: Appro~ately 120 days. Appeals: Not applicable. RenewS: A fellow may not receive an award for two consecutive years. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDE~TIONS: Ferule and ~tch~g R~u~emen~: In fiseM ye~ 1995, funds have been all.areal to the States on the b~ of the most recent 5 to 17-year old population, provided that no State receives 103 ~rcent of i~ 199~95 avenge public ~hool teacher ~. This allocation meth~ ~mi~ all Smt~ to um up to tMee per- cent of their aw~ds for administrative costs, consistent with ~e- tion 532(c) of the Statute, =d ~so provides ~! States with, at a minimum, their full average teacher s~y for fellows~ps. Final ~lo~tions under the 1996 request will be made on the ~e b~is, using 1995 population and 199@95 teacher salary dam. ~e no matching req~remen~. ~n~ ~d ~e P~g of ~ee: For ~n~ ferule gm~ to Smt~, gene~y from Jdy 1 to Septem~ 30 of the follo~g ye~. The fellowships ~e award~ to indi~fid~ te~he~ for a pefied of up to 12 mon~s, on a mh~ule detained by ~e State. PO~ ASSI~CE ~Q~NTS: Re~m: Fellowship recipients must: (!) Submit d~menmtion ~ re- quired ~y the State: ~d (2) ce~ify for ~e two yea~ foHo~ng conel~i2n of an awed that they rem~ in qaalifi~ ~e~g ~i- riot. Audi~: Not R~o~: No~ agpli~bl~ ~NANCL~ INFO~g~ON: A~aat Idenfffi~fion: 812 6-96 T157691636
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g~.) ~ ~d Av~e of F~d~ ,~c~ For 1995 the a~d t~ S~t=s ~ $35,~. Ind~v~d~ f~I~wsh~r~ r~ge from PR~M ACCO3~~N~S: Smty fe~o~-sh~ps were a~defl. REG~ONS, GU~, .~ L~~: McA~iffe Felt9~'ship Progam, F~M Regutatior~% 34 C~ 237. ~e ~u~fion Dep~ent Gen~rM Ad~ni~rafive Regulatio~ (EDGAR) M CFR 77. ~FO~ON CON~A~S: R~e~ or ~ ~ee: ~e State can,t pe~on in ~e a~plie~fs S~te shoed be con~cted. ~e name and con~ct infomation far any S~te c~ be ob~ned from the headq~ane~ office. Headq~e~ O~ce: School Effectiven~ Division, Dep~ment of ~u~fion, MMI ~ Independence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-61~. Contact: D~ Bonnet. Telephone: (202) 2~2715. Use ~e ~e humor for ~. ~D PROG~S: None. E~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: (1) Mo~ng with Tec~ol~ gy: conve~ a bus into a mobile technolo~, trMn~g center; (2) ~mputer Animation S~Bs Training: State of the m trMning for t~chers and high sch~l students; (3) D~iguing Interaction Out- door ~ucational Display: ~is museum p~emhip project tr~fo~ school and/or comyards into outdoor adventure activi- ti~, nature centers, ~d l~ing stations; (4) Aerospace - Our Put,e: is a staff development program which inco~mt~ lec- ture, field trips ~d hands-on activities ~ tha field of aer~pace; ~d (5) Tales: Teaching Acti~ties for Librarians, ~ucators ~d Studenm: is an innovative program usMg the libr~y for the aca- demi~ development of students. ~ FOR SELLING PROPOSAl: Stat~ will receive for- mula gr~ based on ~ acceptable application that is submitted to • e Dep~ment of Eduction. Individuals will receive fellowships breed on ~lecfion by a Smtewide p~el that consid~s the appli- c~t's: (1) evaluations during employment ~ a teacher; (2) demon- strated commitment to teaching in ~e future; and (3) intended tivities during the award period. ~e Statewide pmel shMl consult wi~ ~e LEA in evMuating the applicant's proposal and may re- quit reco~endations from the applicant's teaching peers, pfinci- pM, ~d su~rintendent. ~e s~tewide p~el may establish addi- tional criteria consistent with the statute for the award of fellow- ships m it considers appropriate. 84.191 ADULT EDUCA~ON~ATION~ PROGR~IS ~DE~ AG~: OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Adult ~ucation Act, Pan D, Sections 383 ~d 384, Public Law 1~-297, Public Law 102-73, 20 U.S.C. 1213- 1213d. OB~: To sup~ applied res~ch, devdopment, deracina- tion, di~emination, evaluation, ~d related activities ~at can~b- ute to ~e improvement and expamion of adult b=ie education. ~ OF A~I~ANCE: Project Gran~ (Contracts). US~ A~ USE R~I~ONS: To support projec~ for the im- provement and exp~don of adult b~ic eduction. E~G~ ~QU~~: A~p~mt E~#~: ~y public or private ~sfimtion, agency, or gani~tion, ~d individu~ may apply. ~n~ Eii~: Ad~l~ s~ng to chin an edumtion at the p~' or seconda~, levels wi~ ~nefit. Cr~ea~en~fian: ~# sig~tare by a d~ignated o~cial en ~e appli~fion or prope~. ~s~ ~I1 be detemined in ac- cordite with OMB Circu~ No. A-$7 f~r Smt~ ~d Ic~ ~en~. ~s~ w~l ~ be dete~ed ~ ~cer~ce ~ OMB Circu~ No. A-21 for ~fienfl insfitufio~ ~fl OMB Circ~ No. A-I~ f~r nonprofit .~PPLIC~TION .~N'D AWARD PROCESS: Prea~pticatioa Ccmrdmatiom Tl-e ~--t,~n:L~':l xpT-l:ca~iea ~:~-ms as ni~hed h3' the Federal age~_-3 arA required by OMB Circular No. A-102 m~t be t~sed f,3r d-is l:rogram. Tkis l:rogram is el~gible fcr co~erage ur~der E.O. 123"/2, "Intergo;ernme.a,/.d Review ~f Feder- al Program~." An apl:licant ~hc~kl ccn~It the o.~e ~r oI'fi~.al designated as the single po;nt cf c~ntazt in his ar her State fur m~re informatien en the pr~e.e~s the Snare requir~ to ~e folI~v/ed ~hen applying for a c~mpetitive grant. Applicafian Procedare: Application~ must be prepared and submitted to the Department of Education in accordance with program an- nouncements and established deadlines. This program is sabject to the pro~sions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Prcw.eclare: Applications are reviewed in accordance with reg- ulations for the Adult Education Act. After negotiation, a tion for award is sent to the successful applicants. Deadlines:. Requests for proposals for contract competitions are pub- lishefl in the Commerce Business Daily. Range of Ai~roval/Disapprov~ Time: Approximately 90 to 120 days. Appeals: Not applicable for grant competitions. Renewals:. None. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: This program has no statutory formula or matching requirements. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Funding will usually cover a twelve to eighteen month period. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reimrts: Financial status and performance reports required by the Education Department General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 75.720.75.721. Specific reporting requirements are contained in the award document. Audits: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Governments," State and local governments that receive $100,000 or more a year in Federal fi- nancial assistance shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 a year shall have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A- 128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations govern- ing the programs in which they participate. Nonprofit organiza- tions shall have an audit made in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-110. Records: Records are maintained in accordance with the Education Department General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 75.730- 75.734. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Iflenti/ieatian: 91-040~2-1-501. Obligations: (Contracts) FY 95 $3,900,000; FY 96 est not identifiable; and FY 97 est $0. (Note: The FY 96 est will be determined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the FY 97 est will be determined upon completion of the reauthorization of the program.) Range and Average of Finanelal Assistance: $200,000 to $856,018; $408,844. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISH~ENTS: In fiscal year 1995, approxi- mately thirteen projects will be supported. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: Regulations are found in 34 CFR 460 and 34 CFR 75.730-75.734. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regia~i or Local Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Of/ice: Division of National Programs, Office of Voca- tional and Adult Education, Department of Education, 600 Inde- pendence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-7242. Contact: Howard F. Hjelm. Telephone: (202) 205-9650. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.002, Adult Education--State Grant Pro- E.'~uMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: F~nds were provided for: (!} C~ntinui~g the adult basic educa~.~.n./Eaglish as a se~on:l guage project; 12~ co=ducting an evaluation of Section 353 State set-aside program: (3~ continuing the naticnal evaigation of aduIt education l:rograms; (4} carrying c~t th.~ asse~-Tnent ef the ad~It 813 T157691637
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t~cr.a! Ad~,'t Li*.erac) tra¢l ~o pro~de t~ ~si~nce to S~:~ and [o~I c~ l~r ~A FOR ~G PROPOS.~: sonn~l: (3) budget a~ cos~-eff~fiven~; (4} a~q~cy of r~ourc~; 84.192 ADULT EDUCATION--LITERACY TRAINING FOR HOMELESS ADULTS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Stewart B. Mckinncy Homeless Assistance Act of 198% as amcndcd, Title VII, Subtitle A. OBJJECrlVES: To provide literacy training and basic skills remedi- ation for adult homeless individuals, including a program of out- rcach activities. Literacy programs must bc coordinated with ex- isting resources such as communhy-bascd organizations, VISTA recipients, adult basic education program recipients, and nonprofit literacy action organizations. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Programs of instruction that pro- vide literacy training and basic skills remcdiation for homclcss adults. The terms 'homeless" and 'homeless individual" include those lacking a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence as well as those who have a primary nighttime residcncc that is: D A supervised publicly or privatcly operated shelter designed to pro- vide temporary living accommodations (including welfare hotels, congregate shelters, and transitional housing for the mantally ill}; 2) an institution that provides a temporary residence for individ- uals intended to be insfitutionalizcd: or 3) a public or private place not designcd for, or ordinarily used as, a regular sleeping accom- modation for human beings. The terms 'homeless" and 'homeless individual" do not include pcrsons imprisoned or otherwise de- tained pursuant to an Act of Congress or a State law. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Aplfllcant Eligibility: Grants arc made only to State educational agencies. SEAs may operate programs directly or provldc grants or contracts for services to other public or private entities such as (but not limited to) schools and community-based organizations. The term "State" means each State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Pucrto Rico. the Virgin Islands, Guam, Ameri- can Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Is- lands, Beneficiary Eligibility: Out of school, homeless adults who are 16 years of age or older or who are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance under their State's law and who lack literacy or basic educational skills will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Legal signature by a designated official on the grant application. Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCF-~S: Preaplfllcatlon Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372. 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. The slandard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be u~'xl for this program. A~U~tlon Procedure: Each State educaU~nal agency may st~bmit to the Se~e~ary of Fxl~cati~n a State app~cafion which sets forth ~e m~nn~r and prc.zcdures andcr v,.l~ch the State wiIl carry activities to achieve i~s program object~v~ and priorities anti f~fill the lrurposes of the Act. This program is e.xcI~fled from c~erage under OMB Circu!~r No. A-I Award Pr~cedttre: At:l~hcati.~r,s are re-.~e,,~d i:~ ac¢crdar.:e pubhshed in the Federal Register A cc~rchcnsive pa:ket Xs ~nt to ~ch ~ge of A~pr~im~provfl Tim~ AF~rox~matdy A~s: Not applicable. Renewal~ Non~. ASSI~AN~ CONSDERA~ONS: Fo~ula ~d MatehMg Requ~r~en~: No~ Len~h ~d Time Ph~ng of A~ce: Funds must be expended wi~in 36 months of their date of avaiiability. Gran~ may r~n for up to 36 months de~nding on availability on second or th{rd y~r f~nfls. PO~ A~ISTAN~ REQU~ME~: Repo~: Annual Financial and Program Perfo~ance Reports. Audi~: In accord~ce with the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of State ~d L~al Governments," State and 1o~1 governments ~at receive $1~,~ or more a year in Federal nancial m~is~ce shall have an audit made for that y~r. State ~d l~al govemmen~ that receive ~tween $25,~ ~d ~1~,~ a year shall have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A- 128, or in accordance with Feder~ laws and regulations gove~- ing the prepares in which they participate. R~or~: See ~ucafion Department General Administrative Regu- lations, 34 CFK 76.73~76.734. ~NANC~L I~O~IA~ON: Account lden~cadon: 91-~2-1-501. Obligations: (Gr~) ~ 95 $9,576,~; FY 96 est not identifiable; and ~' 97 est $0. (Note: The ~ 96 est will be determined upon enactment of the 1996 approp~afion for this progr~; the FY 97 est will ~ determined upon completion of the reautho~zafion of the program.) R~ge ~d Average of Fin~cial AssMmnce: $80,~ to $624,548; $342,016 (fiscal year 1995 funds). PROGRAM ACCOmPLISheS: Twenty-eight awards were made in fiscal year 1995. REGULATIONS, G~DELIN~, AND L~RE: Regulalo~ guidan~ is available from the Department of Education and is in- cluded in each application packet. ~FORMA~ON CO~A~: Re~onal or I~e~ Office: See Appendix of the Catalog for a list of the addresses for regional o~ces. H~dq~em O~ee: Division of National Programs, O~ce of Vo- ~tional and Adult ~ucation, Department of Education, ~ In- dependence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-7242. Conm~t: Jim Parker. Telephone: (202) 205-5499. U~ the same number for RELATED PROG~MS: 84.~2, Adult Education--State Grant Pro- gram. EXAMP~S OF ~ED PRO~S: A shelter-b~d progr~ providing b~ic skill~ trai~ng to heracles adul~ inco~rated an integrated package of support se~ices through c~rdination with other programs and agencies was funded. ~I~R~ FOR ~ING PROPOSAl: The following c~te~a are ~ in re~ewing appli~do~. A segment or segmen~ of application should ad~ ~ch of th~ c~te~a: (1) Pro~ fac- tors, such ~ c~pemtive relationships w~th other agencies that pro~,id~ an integr~t~ p~ck~ge ef sup~ se~,ice to addr~s the m~at pressing n~efls of the target ~osp: (2) extol of need for the project, including the estimated humor ~f homeless ~'ed; {3} plan of o~atiom (4} q~liW of key ~r~nnel; b~dget and eost-effeefiven~*; and (61 evMualien plan. In addkion to t~ cfiteH~ the ~re~ wa~ consider whe~er f~n~g a pa~eular ap21~za~t ~'ill impro~,e th~ g~ph~¢ ~stribution of pro~ccts being landed. 814 6-96 T157691638
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84.194 BILLNGU.~L EDUCATION SUPPORT SERVICES FEDEI~L AGENCY: OFFICE OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND MINORITY LANGUAGES AFFAIRS. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALrlHORIZATION: Biling~v.al Ed~:aticn Act; Elementai). and Sec- ondary Education Act of 196~, Title VII, Part A, Subl~art 2 as amended. OBJECTI~T~S: To provide grants to State educational agencies to col- lect, aggregate, and publish data on limited English proficient per- sons within the State as well as technical assistance to local educa- tional agencies. To provide for evaluation assistance centers, and contracts a clearinghouse and for research and evaluation. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES .AND USE IRF~CrI'RICTION$: Uses and restrictions vary with projects. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: State educational agencies, institutions of higher education (including junior colleges and community colleges), and private for profit and nonprofit organizations, may apply for grants or contracts. Beneficiary Eligihility: State educational agencies, institutions of higher education and, in certain cases, local educational agencies will benefit. Credentials/l)ocamentatiun: Cost will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-$7 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~plicatlon Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12Y/2, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. Application Procedure: Applications must be prepared in accordance with program regulations and guidelines. They must be submitted prior to the announced deadfine. This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-II0. Award Procedure: Awards are made on a competitive basis. Deadlines: Deadline dates are published in the Federal Register. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: Approximately 120 days. Appeals: None. Renewals: Two, one-year optional renewals are available, subject to the availability of annual appropriations. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: None. Length and Time PImsing of Assistance: The length is from one to three years, subject to the availability of appropriations. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Performance reports are required. Audits: Audits are not required. Records: Records must be maintained relative to grant funds, compli- ance, and performance, as set forth in the Education Department General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 75.730 and 75.734. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identlficatiun: 91-1300-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants and contracts) FY 95 $14,330,000; FY 96 est $0; and P--~" 97 e.st 2514,330,000. Range and Avernge of Financial Assistance: Not available. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Awards were made to 55 State educational agencies, 22 academic excellence projects, and a clear- inghouse. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: Contracts are awarded through competitive procurement as stated in Federal Acquisition Regulations, and TitIe VII of tt:e Elemen~'y and S~c- onda~" Eduvation Act of 1965. LN FOR~NLATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: Not appHzable. Headquarter~ Officm OMce of B']ingual Education and Mmo:'ity La.~guag~ .h,~Ta~r~, 3_:0 C Street, SW. Room .¢~5, Washington, DC 2020L Contact: G~bert Garc'ia cr Luis Catar~ne~_ Te2e- p~ne: (202) 205-~7~5 or (202) 205-9907. Us~ the same number f~r FTS. RELATED PROGI~MS: EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: No examples are curr~ntiy availabl~ CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Criteria for State educa- tiorml agency grants include: (1) Plan of operation; (2) evaluation plan; (3) quality of personnel; and (4) cost-effectiveness. 84.195 BILINGUAL EDUCATION~PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND MINORITY LANGUAGES AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Bilingual Education Act; Elementary and Sec- ondary Education Act of 1965. as amended, Title VII, Part Subpart 3. OBJEC"YIVES: To provide financial support for programs designed to meet the training needs for additional or better trained education personnel in Bilingual Education, including support for program improvement and, in certain cases, financial support for students pursuing post-baccalaureate degrees in areas related to programs for limited English proficient persons. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Support for projects that are pre- paring educational personnel to servo children having limited Eng- lish proficiency. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Institutions of higher education and, in certain cases, local and State educational agencies, and private for profit or nonprofit organizations may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Institutions of higher education, local and State educational agencies will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Cost will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS." Preapplieation Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Application Procedure: Applications must be prepared in accordance with program regulations and guidelines, and must be submitted prior to the announced deadline. This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Based on an evaluation panel of outside experts and on internal administrative review, the Director of the Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs, approves applications for support. Awards are for project periods ranging from one to three years. Continuation of multi-year awards are conditioned on the availability of funds and on the grantees' dem- onstration of substantial progress in attaining the objectives of the projects. Following negotiations with the approved applicant, the Grants Officer sends the notification of grant award to the recipi- ent. Deadlines:. Deadlines are p~blished in the Federal Register each year. ]~.nie of Al~preval/Disspprotal Time: Approximately 120 days. Appeals: None. Reaewalg For multi-year awards, annum continuations must be pre- pared in the mariner and form prescribed by regulations and guidelines, and must be submitted prior to the announced deadline. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula ud Matching Requirements: None. Length and Time Plmalng of Assistance: One to three years. 6-96 815 TI57691639
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POST ASSIST.~NCE REQUIRE,MEN-IN: C~ 75.7X0-7~.721. S~ifi= re~ r~u~emer.~ are ir~cI~ed Au~ I~ accozdan~e ~ ~e Fr~icr~ c.f OMB ~r~ul~ No. A- 12S, gn~emmen~ naacial ~ce s~l ~ve ~ aunt made for that y~r. S~te ~d l~cM govemmea~ that re~ive ~een $25,~ ~d $1~,~0 a year shM1 have an audit made in accordance gfth Circalar No. A- 128, or in a~orda~ce with F~e~l laws aaA regulmions govern- ing the progr~s in which ~ey participate. Reeor~: Records relat~g to grit funds, oomplian=e, ~d perform- ance ~ required by the ~ucation Depa~ment Gene~l Adminis- trative Regulations, 34 C~ 75.730-75.734. ~NANO~ INFO~IATION: Account I~ea~fion: 91-13~1-501. Obli~om: (Grits) ~' 95 $25,180,~ FY 96 ~t 50; and ~' 97 est $25,180,~. R~ge ~d Av~ge of Fin~dfl ~nee: Not ava~ablm PROPel ACCOS~LISH~: In fiscal ye~ 1995, ~ new aw~ds were made. REG~ONS, GU~ELIN~, A~ L~~: 34 CFR 5~, 561, 562, 573, and 574. ~OR~TION CON~A~: Re#on~ or ~! O~ee: Not ap#icable. H~a~qamers O~g Division of NmionM Prog~s, O~ce of Bilin- gual Education ~d Minority ~guages Affairs, 330 C Street, SW., Room 5086, W~hington, DC 20202. Contact: Dr. Jo~ S. Ovard. Telephone: (202) 205-8722; ~S (202) 205.8722. RE~D PR~R~iS: None. EXAMPL~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: (1) A year long ~se~ice training project for teachers to enable them to qualify for bilinguM education ce~ifi~tion; (2) an academic ye~ project for full-time undergraduates preparing for bacheio~ degrees and ce~ification as bilingual tochers; (3) a shorbte~ trMning institute to improve the skills of educational pe~onnel and p~en~ who are pa~icipat- ing in progrms for limited English proficient students; (4) a pr~ect to provide financial assistance to ~ institution of higher education to enaMe them to develop or improve a b~ingual~SL teacher training program; and (5) a pr~ect to provide fellowships to full-time students who are in pursuit of a degree above the bachelor's level in are~ related to programs of bilingual educa- tton, such ~ teacher trMning, progrm a~istmtion, rese~oh ~d evaluation, and curdculm development. CR~ERIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Criteria v~y sli#tly among programs. Common to thee pro~ ~e critic that rate as follows: (I) Need for the propos~ proj~t; (2) exacted ~pact of project; (3) pl~ of o~ration; (4) evaluation plan; (5) q~ity of pe~onnel; (O adequacy of budget and cost~ffectiveness; and {7) commitment to bilinguM education ~d pla~ for ~sfitution~iz~g the program after FederM funding ~ te~amd. 84.196 EDUCA~ON FOR HO~SS ~LD~N A~ YO~ ~DE~L AG~: OFFICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~T~Y FOR ELEMENTARY ~D SECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEPART~ OF EDUCA~ON ADSORPTION: Stewa~ B. McKinney Homel~s A~t~ce Act of 1987, Section 722, ms mended. O~~: To provide acfivifi~ for homel~s children and homel~ yours e~oll achieve in schoM; to ~blhh or d~ig~te ~ offi~ in ~ch S~te ~cafi~n~ agency (SEA) and Oafl}~ng ~ for tee c~inaficn of c~ry o~t a SMte ~r ar~ #n for the eduction of homel~ c~- dren 816 agrn~. c~l~r~, a~d t3 dexelop a~A ~ ~t Fiats t.~ e~re t~at ~=~- l~ss ch~l~rem and youth m ~:h S~te ~a~'e azc~ to a free, ~fiat~ ~a51~c eduction. Fa=~ may ~ ~ h~ S~ for d~rect ed~fional ~'ic~ to children to encourage ~articipafi~n in scho~l and improve their chan¢~ of s~cce~. Funds may al~3 he u~d to sup~ programs for school p:~onn¢l rehting to I~ chEdren ~d you~. When t~eir appropriation exceeds the ~oant re~iv~ in fiscal y~r 19~ the SEAs must make sub- gr~ to LEAs for the purpose of faoilitMi~g ~e enrollment, tend~e~, and sueeegs of homel~s children and youth in schools. ELIGIBIL~ ~Q~EM~S: A~li¢~t Eli#i~: Departments of eduction in the 50 S~t~, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the O~dying Ar~, and schools se~ng Indian studen~ that are funded by the Secreta~' of the Interior may apply. Only LEAs are eligible for State sub- gmts. Beneflei~ ~i#ili~: Homel~s children and youth in elementary ~d seconda~ schools (~d homel~ presch~l children and the parents of homM~s children) of the applicant agency will benefit. Credcn~s~oeumen~fion: Cost will be detemined in a¢cord~ce with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and l~al governments. Awards are made on the b~is of need. ~P~CA~ON ~D AWARD PRO~: Pr~#Im~on C~inafion: Preapplication forms are not required. ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergov- e~men~ Review of Federal Prog~s." An appli¢=t should occult th~ o~c¢ or officiM d~i~ated ~ the single ~int of con- met in his or her State for more infomation on the process the State requir~ to be followed in applying for ~is~n~, if the State has seleot~ the progr~ for review. ~e standard application fo~s ~ furnished by the FederM agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. Ap#i¢a~ Proe~ure: SEAs awed grants to LEAs that submit an application on the basis of need. This program is ¢xeluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. A~d Procedure: Grant aw~ds to the State ~ucational agencies will be issued when ap#icmions are approved. D~in~: Deadlin~ will be published in the Federal Register. R~g¢ of A~ov~approval T~ R~g~ have not been ~tab- fished. A¢~ None. ReneW: Biennial u~ates of State plans are required. ~SI~AN~ CONS~E~ONS: Fomult nt ~t~g Requirem~: ~ch Smt, educational agency is entitled to an Mlo~ent which b~ the ~e rMio ~ the State eduoationM agency r~eiv~ of the amount appropriated under Pa~ A of Chapter 1 of Tide I of the Elemema~ ~d Seconda~ ~ucafion Act. Smt~ s~l not receiv¢ l~s than ~n# ~ T~e P~ing of ~¢e: A~ist~ is provided for on, fi~M y¢~. Su~ appropfiat~ in ~ch fiscal year s~ll remain available for the succeeding fis~l y~r. PO~ ~I~ Re~: Stat~ are required to submit bie~i~ re~rts on th~ number and I~ation of homel~s children ~d youth. ~e repo~ m~t in- elude ~e nature ~d extent of problems relative to ~c~ ~d placement of, homel~ children ~d you~ ~ el~men~" =d s~- ondary schoMs =d ~ di~eulti~ in idenfifs~ng the sp~ial needs of s~eh ch~dren. Au~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Cire~ar No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of State and ~M ~ovemm=~" S~te and gove~en~ that r~eive $1~,~ or more a year in Fede~ fl- accid a~ismnce sh~ ha~e ~ a~dit made for that ye~. S~ ~d ~ve ~ aunt ~ in aceor~ce wi~ Cir¢~= No. A-128, or accord=c¢ ~ Fede~ la~-s and reKa~ticns gove~ng th~ pro- ~ams in ~hich ~y ga~ci~at~ R~: In accordan:~ *~i~ ~ CFR 74, Sabpart D~ ¸%- TI57691640
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ITNANCL~L TNTOR.MATION: Accomnt I~emt~catiom Oblig~t~om.~ (Gr-~t~) F-Y 95 $2L%11.£O2; l~-~" 95 est n~t t~le~th?able: arid ~" 97 ~ $29.~3,C~ ~N:,{c: ~e ~" 95 ~ ~I ~ deter- m~ned up:n ~a:~ert ~f the I~6 appropriation ~r ~s ~r~ ~am.) PN~M ACCO~LIS~N~: Gm~ have ~n aw~d~fl to Amefi~ Sam~ lhe No,hem M~, ~fl the Bur~u of Indi~ REGU~ONS, G~DEL~, ~D ~~: 34 CFR 74. I~O~MA~ON CO~A~S: Re~ond or ~ O~ee: Not appl~bl~. tion, Depa~men/ of ~u~fion, ~ Infle~nden~ Av~e, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-613~ ~n~ct: Fmn~ne Vi~on. Tele- phone: (202) 2~-2777. Use the same n~r for ~S. RELATED PROGRAMS: 10.550, Fo~ Distribution; 10.553, School Breakfast Prog~; 10.555, National School L~ch Program; 10.556~ Special Milk Program for C~ldren; 84.010, Title I to ~ ~u~tion~ Agenci~; ~.011, Migan~ State Grit Progr~; 84.013, Tide I Progr~ for Negl~tefl Delinquent Children; ~4.086, Special ~uc~fion--Pfogr~ for S~ verdy Dimbled Children. EX~L~ OF ~NDED PRO~: Not appli~ble. CRI~RIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSe: ~is is a fo~ula grit program. LEA grants are aw~ded by Sta/~ on ~e b~is of need. 84.198 WO~PLACE LITE~ PAR~ERS~S ~EDE~L A~EN~: OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL AND EDUCATION, DEPAR~ENT OF ~DUCATION A~O~ON: Adult ~ucafion Act, P~ C, Section 371, amended, Public Law 102.73, 20 U.S.C. 1211. OB~IV~: Paaners~ps comist of at l~t one en/ky from group (1) coupled with at le~t one ~tity from group (2), Group (1) cludes: Busin~s, industry, labor organimtions, or pfivat~ industry co~cils; ~d group (2) includes: Smt~ or local education~ agen- ci~, institutions of higher education, or sohooh (~cludlng vocational schools, ~ployment and training ag~nci~ or ~ommu- nity-ba~ organizations). Progr~s must ~ desired to improve the pr~uctivity of the workforce/~ough improvemen~ of liter- acy skills needed in ~he workplace by: (I) Providing ~ult literacy and other b~ic skills services and activities; (2) providing ad~t secondly education ser~ces ~d activities that may lead to th~ completion of a high seh~l diploma or i~ equiv~ent; (3) meeting the literacy needs of adults with limited English proficiency; (4) upgrading or updating basi~ s~lls of adult worke~ ~ accord~ ~4th c~ng~ ~ workplace requirement, technology pr~ucts, proc~; (5) impro~ng the com~ten~y of adult worke~ in speaking, listening, reasoning, ~d problem soling; or (~ prodd- ing eflu~tion counseling, ~s~fion, and child car~ during nonworking hou~ for adult workem whil~ they p~icipate in a workplac~ li[eracy project fund~ by ~e national workplace literacy progr~. ~P~ OF ~SIST~: P~oject Grants. US~ AND USE ~I~ONS~ To provide d~mo~tion gran~ to exemplar, education panne~ps for workplace lilem~y to pay the Fede~ share of the cost of ad~t efl~tion progr~ ~t t~h lltemcy skil~ needed in the workpl~ ~o~gh appropriate- ly st~t~ed pa~nershi~. A~li~l E~i~ G~nts ~y ~ awarded only to appropriately st~cture~ p~e~p~. One ~er m~ ~ d~ated ~ ~ ~n~t~. lafien to job ~eq~r~mt~. ~hh OMB C~rcu~ No. A-~ for State ~ I~ No. A-21 for ~on~ ias~raSc~s ~d O~ ~rcuI~ No. A- I22 ~:r non,refit i~a~o~ ~ s~t~e by a d~i~t~ ci~ on ~e ~nt a~ph~on ~ ~P~CA~ON ~ AWA~ PR~: ~pp~n ~r~on: ~ ~r~ ~ e~ble fcr c~verage ~ ~O. I~72, 'Int~gov~m~ Review ef F~ g~" An applier ~h~d consult the o~ or o~ci~ d~i~t- ed ~ ~e single ~int ef c~n~ in ~ er her S~te for more infar- ction on ~e ~r~s ~e S~te r~uk~ to ~ followed in apply- ~g for ~ if the State h~ ~l~t~ ~e pro~ f~r review. ~e s~n~d application fo~s ~ ~m~h~ by ~e F~er~ agency ~fl req~ed by OMB Cir~ No. A-102 m~t ~ ~d for progr~. Ap~i~ea ~e: Appli~fio~ must be prepped ~d subdued to the Dep~ent of ~u~fion in ae~rd~ee ~th progam noun~men~ ~d ~bl~hed d~din~. ~is pro~ is ~ubject to the prov~i~ns of OMB Cke~ar No. A-II0. All p~e~ m~t si~ ~d submit a pa~nershlp agr~ent fo~ with thor application in order to be considered for fun~g. Awed Pr~d~e: Applications are reviewed ~ accordance wi~ De- payment of ~ueation Gene~ Ad~strafive (EDGe) ~d 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85 ~d 86 well ~ 34 CFR ~, 461, ~d 472. After negotiation, a of awed ~ ~nt to suee~ful applic~ts. D~d~: Requ~ts for applications, dead~, ~d appli~fion are ~ublished in the Federal Re~ster in ~ ~y appli~fion pack- age (~P). ~8e of A~ov~approv~ ~ime: Appli~u will be notified approximately 8 months. Ap~als: Not appli~ble. Reneweh: Continuation gmn~ may be ~de subject to ~e av~abil- ity of fun~. ~SI~ CONS~ONS: Fom~a ~d Matc~g R~emen~: Demomtra~on g~ for ex- ~pl~ p~ers~ps ~e autho~zed to f~d: Seventy percent of the cosu of pro~s; ~d one h~dred percent of adm~s~afive costs ineu~ed in establis~ng such progr~s d~ng a dx-month s~-up period. ~n~ ~d Time Ph~ing of ~sh~ee: Fund~g will be provided for up to 36 monks. S~-up pe~od is l~ited to 180 days. PO~ ~~ ~Q~~S: Re~: Fin~ei~ smt~ ~d peffo~ repo~ ~ required by the Depaament of Eduction General Admi~trative Reg~tio~ and 34 C~ 75.72~75.721. S~eifie repo~ng requiremen~ are con. ~ed in the awed document. Ae~: In aeeordan~ with the provisions of OMB Cke~ No. A- 128, 'Audits of State ~d ~ Gove~en~," S~te ~d 1~ gover~en~ ~t receive f~ei~ ~sis~ee of $1~,~ or more wi~ the S~te's ~ y~ s~l have an audit made for ~t ye~. State ~d 1~ gove~ ~at r~ve ~tween $25,~ and $1~,~ ~q~in the S~te's fi~ y~ s~i have ~ audit made in aeeord~ee w~ Ckcd~ No. A-128, or ~ ~ord~e with F~e~ la~ and re~lations govem~g the pro~s which they p~ieipate. Reeer~: Dep~ent of ~u~tion Gener~ Admi~t~five Re~a- tio~ ~d 34 C~ 75.73~75.734 apply. ~~ ~OR~ON: Aeee~t ldenfifi~flon: 91~2.1-501. Obli~flo~: (Gmn~) ~" 95 $19,~,~; ~" 96 ~t not and ~ 97 ~t $0 (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will ~ de~ed u~n enae~ent of the 1996 approp~tlon for t~s pro~; the ~ 97 ~t ~ be dete~ u~n completion of the r~u~o~fion of ~ge ~d Ave~ ef F~n~ ~ee: For f~ y~ 1995, $90,~ to $1,~,~; PROG~M A~O~~: In f~ y~ 19~5, ~ proj~ were ~o~ g~ve~ing ~e Nafio~ Wor~h~ Lite~cy Pro~'s 817 TI57691641
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I~FOIKMATION CO ~TAC'I~: Headqu~ O~c~ DMs:~n ~f Nat~cnM Prcgr~s cr Division ~f Adult ~ucafion and Litemay, O~¢e ~f Ve~tionfl and Adair Edaeation. Depa~ment of ~ucation, 6~ Independence SW., W~h~gten, DC 20202-7242. ~n~c~ Jeanne Williams. Telephone; {202) 20fi-5977 or Liz Miller. Telephone: (202) 205- 0750. Use the same humors for RELATED PROG~IS: M.~2, Adalt Education--State Grant Pro- gram EXAMPL~ OF ~NDED PRO~: Projee~ funded with fiscal year 1994 appropriations addre~ed such ne~s as: math, Engl~h ~ a second l~guage and literacy training for industrial worke~, basic skills instruction for h~lth care, and home ~re workers to provide ~tter services. Math and literary trMning for b~k em- ployees, and basic skills training for worke~ dealing with danger- ous equipment so they can heed warnings and improve worksite mfety. C~RIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: ~e following criteria are used in selecting applications: (I) Pro~am factors such as the relmionship of skills taught to the literacy requirements of actual jobs; (2) extent of need for the project; (3) quality oF training; (4) plan of operMion; (5) applicant's experience and quality of key personnel; (6) evaluation plan; (7) budget and cost-effectiveness (8) commitment; and (9) demons~ation. The Secreta~ may also con- sider whether funding a pa~icular applicant would improve the geographical distribution of prqieets funded under this program. A priority is placed on small busine~ involvement. 84.200 G~DUATE ~SISTANCE IN ~EAS OF NATION~ NEED FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCA~ON, DEPAR~E~ OF EDUCATION AUTHO~ON: Hi~er Education Act of 1965, Title IX, P~t as amended, Public ~ws 102-325, 20 U.S.C. 1134 l-q. OBJE~IVES: To provide fellowships through graduate academic de- partments, programs, and units of institutions of higher eduemion to graduate students of superior ability and who demonstrate fi- nancial need for the pu~ose of sustaining and enhancing their ca- pacity for teaching and rose,oh in academic ~e~ of nation~ need, as desi~ated by the Secretary. TYP~ OF ASSISTANt: Project Grants. US~ AND USE R~IONS: Awards made to institutions under thi~ part shall ~ used exclusively to provide direct fellowship aid that will include need-based stipends, at a level of suppo~ equal to that provided by the National Science Foundation and an institu- tional allowance for ~ch individual awarded a fellowship to be adjusted annually in ~eordance with the Depar~ent of Labor's Consumer Price Index. ELIGIBIL~" REQZ~MENTS: A~plicant Eli#ilia: Accredited institutions of higher education may apply or submit joint propo~s invol~4ng a nondegree gr~t~g in- stitution having fo~ mangemen~ for suppo~ of d~toral dis- sermfion r~eareh. Beneficial' ~i#bili~: Graduate studen~ receiving fellowships must demonstrate fin=elM need, ~ve excellent academic r~or~, teaching or r~reh earee~, pl~ to pursue the highest degree the fietfl, b~ a U.S. citizen or a Natio~M, or a potent r~ident of the U.S, or imenfl to become a U.S. citizen, or be a re%irene of th~ Tr~st Te~itory of the Paci~c Cr~en~/D~m~fion: A properly fo~att~ a~p!i~a~n must be liled wi~ the Secret'. This prog~ ~ ~¢ladea from age u~cr OMB C~rcuIar No. A-~7 818 .~PPLIC&TION AND &'~.KRD PROCESS: caxerage cv~r GO. I237~ "In~rgo~c~m~ Rcx~: cf Fcdcr- d~a~d a~ eke si~le y~-,:~nt cf ~cr~:t ~n his ~r kzr ~e for review. A~#ieati~n Proceflur~ Instructions and fo~s concerning a~pli~tion procedur¢~ will he mMled to eligi~l~ instituti~v~ of high*r educa- tion following publication of the Notice Inviting Application fund- ing criteria in the FederM Register. ~is program is sub3ect to the provisi~ans of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Panels of e~pe~s from o~tside the Government, will appraise MI applications. ~e pro~ office will recomm*nd funding to ~e ~cret~, who will make the from d~isions. Dea~: Contact ~e Frogr~ o~ce for application deadline. R~ge of A~rov~lp~ro~M Tim~ ~e range is approximately three months. A~e~s: None. Renewal: Non<ompeting condnumion applications must ~ consid- ered. subject to the availability of funds. .~SISTAN~ CONSIDERATIONS: Formula ~fl Matehing Requirement: Grantee m~t match the a~ard by 25 percent. Federal funds and matching funds must be used for stipends, tuition fe~, and other educationM costs of students. Len~h and Time Ph~ing of ~h~ee: ~e length of the awed is three years, sub~ect to yearly appropriations. POST ASSISTANCE REQUI~MEN~: Re~m: Annual fiscM and performance repots ~e required. Audi~: Audits are performed m~ required by regulations. Record: None. F~AN~AL INFORMATION: Account l~enfifl~fion: 91-0201-~1-502. Obli~tions: (Grits) FY 9~ $27,252,~; FY 96 est $27,252.~; and FY 97 est $30,~,~ ~ote: ~e ~ 96 est will be determined upon enac~ent of the [996 appropriation for this program.) ~nge and Avenge of Financial Assist~ee: Range of awards: The average new grit was S157,~ and the ave=go continuation grant w~ $224,~ in fiscal year 199& PROGRAM ACCOMPLIS~I~: In fiscal year 1995, 72 continu- ation grant awards were issued and 70 new grants were awarded. REGULA~ONS, G~DE~, A~ L~ERAT~E: Regulations were published in the Federal Register on December 16. 1993. The application package including fo~s and regulations will milled to eligible institmions and other int~,sted pmies. ~ORMATION Re#on~ or ~ml Of~ee: Not ap#icable. H~flqu~er~ O~¢e: Division of Higher Education Incentive Pro- grams, Office of Pos~econdary Education, Department of ~uca- rich, 6~ Inde~ndence Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20102-5329. Contact: John E. Bonas. Telephone: (202) 2~3265. Use the same n~ber for ~S. Fax: (202) 2~7615. Internee Address: John Bon~ @ED.GOV. RELA~D PRECIS: 84.094, ~ris F~llowships. ~IPLES OF ~NDED PROffEr: Awards w~l be made to insti- tutions of higher education to be used excl~ively to provid~ fel- lowship Md to ~st graduate stud~n~ in d~ignatefl a~d~mie are~ of national n~ed. ~ERIA FOR S~E~ PROPOSAl: ~is prog~ will use the selection criteria con~ned in progom regulations made avail- able in the appli~tion package. ~.201 DROPOUT P~V~ON DEMON~ON ,~IST~CE FEDE~ AGENt': DEP~TME~ OF ~UCA~ON, O~ICE OF ~EMEN~Y A~ SECONDARY EDUCATION A~O~TION: E~men~" I065. 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OB3ECTI~T~5: To l:rov~de fL-~uch~I z~s~ta:::e t~ I~I ~d r~n~y pro~ US~ AN~ USE ~~ONS: Fun~ ma~ ~ u~d f~r d~r~c~y rela~ed to redu~ng ~e number ~f ch~dren t~at ~o not • ~ five Ferccnt of ~y ~t may bc ~ed for a~inis~five cos~. Lo~l edu~tionM agen~]~ (LEAs) mus~ not ~e Feder~ funds to suppl~t f~ds that would, in the absence of Federal fund~ be made a~lable from nonfeder~ ~urc~ f~r the ~e~vifies that ~tance is ~g sought. ELIGIBIL~ ~Q~~: App~c~t E~i~: ~cal edu~fional agenci~, community-b~ed org~i~tio~, ~d edumtionM p~ne~hips may apply. Benefid~ Eli~bili~: Student dropout, institutions of higher educa- tion, studcn~ at-risk of dropping out, stud~ reent~ng school, l~al educational agenci~, S~te educational agenei~, community- based org~izations, bus~s org~ons ~d nonprofit org~i~- tions ~11 benefit. Cregenfi~oc~en~fion: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State ~d l~al govemment~ OMB Circular No. A-122, Cost Principl~ for Nonprofit Organi~- tions also appli~. ~PLICA~ON AND AWARD PRO~SS: Pr~p~li~tion Coor~nafiom ~e standard application fo~s as fur- nished by the Federal agency and req~red by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this progr~. ~is prepare is dibble for coverage under E.G. 12372, 'Inlergovemmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or offici~ designated as the single contact point in ~s or her S~te for more info~ation on the proce~ the State requir~ to be followed in ap- plying for assistance, if the State h~ selected the program for renew. Ap~H~fion Pr~edure: Applications m~t be sent ~ th~ Department of Education on or before the closing date. This program is sub- ject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Recommendations for ~e approv~ of applications are made by the progr~ stuff on the b~is of published criteri~ s~tutory co~iderations, and with the advice and ~sistancc of a panel of expert reviewers. Applications are approv~ for awards by the Assistant Secrc~ry for Elemen~ry ~d Secondary ~uca- tion after completion of the competitive review. Dea~nes: Established by notice published in the Fedcr~ Register. R~ge of A~roval/D~spprov~ T~e: Four months from receipt of application. Ap~: None. RenewS: A grit recipient is eli~ble for continuation of i~s award for up to three additional ye~s if it mec~ the critc~a for continu- ation. ASSIST~CE CONSI~E~TIONS: Fo~ula and Mateh~g Requirement: The Federal s~re of grants under this prog~ sh~l not exceed ~n~ty ~rcent of the total cost of a project for the first y~r ~d ~venty-five percent of the cost for following years. ~e nonfeder~ share may be p~d from any other so~ee. Not more ~n t~ per~nt of th~ no~eder~ share may be from other Feder~ ~urc~. ~e nonfede~ share ~y ~ in~h or ~-~d. ~n~ ~d Time P~ing of ~i~¢~ Approximately twelve month~ PO~ ~TAN~ Re~: A~ ~ffo~ce ~d fm~oiM repoas ~e r~ulred accord~ce ~th the p~vhiom of EDGAR, Section 7~.72& Au~: In accord~ce whh ~e ~rovis~ns of OMB Circ~ No~ A- 128, "Aud~ of S~e ~d Lo~ Gove~men~," S~te ~ loe~ gove~men~ ~t r~elve fin~ci~ ~is~e of $1~,~ or more wi~n the State's f~ y~ sh~ll h~ve ~ zu~h made for y~. S~te ~d ~ gov~ment~ ~zt receive ~tw~n and $1~,~ w~ ~e S~te's F~I y~r sh~l ~zve an made in a~r~ce wi~h C~rc'~ar No. A-12~, or in ~hich ~ey is~five Re~laficr~. 34 C~ 7~ an~ 75. ~.~ ~O~ht%~ON: ObH~fi0~: (G~) ~" 95 S12,~O,@>~ ~" g6 ~t not idenfifiahl~ ~d ~" 97 ~t $0. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t will be dete~ned upon enac~ent of the 1996 approp~afion for tMs prog~.) R~ge ~d A~¢mge of ~m~c~ ~¢~ For ~5~I y~r 1995, the ~ge is ~fimated to be from $1~,~ to $1,5~,~; $450,~. PR~[ AC~S~S: In fiscal y~ 1995, 85 continu- ation grits were aw~ded: eight to lo~ educational agencies (LEAs) ~d seven to rollments of 1~,~ or more student; sixteen to LE~; sixteen educational pa~ne~ps ~ LEAs with enrollments of 20,~ to 99,999 student; ei~teen to LEAs; twelve to educational pa~er- sMps with enrollmen~ of l~s than 20,~ students; and nine to commu~ty-b~ed organi~tions. REGU~ONS, G~EL~, ~D LITE~E: ~e Depart- ment of ~u~tion, General Administ~tive Regulations ~DGAR); 34 CFR 74, Adm~trafion of Gran~, P~ 75, Direct ~t~t Program, Pm 77, Deflations t~t Apply to Department Rog~atio~, Pa~ 79 (Intergove~ontal Review of Department of Education Programs and Activities), Pan 80 ~niform Administra- tivo Requirements for Gran~ ~d Cooperative Agr~ments ~vith S~te and LocM Gove~en~), P~ 81 (General Education Provi- sions Act-Enforcemen0, P~t 82 ~ew R~tfictions on Lobbing), P~ 85 (Govemmen~ido Deba~ont ~d Suspension (non-pro- curem~o ~d Governmentwide Requirements for Drug-Free Workplace (gran~) and P~ 86 (Drug-Free Schools and Campus- es.) ~FO~TION CO~A~S: Re~on~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dq~ Office: Equity and Educational Excellence Division, Office of El~men~y ~d S~cond~y Education, 6~ Independence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-6246. Contact: Valede T. Grit. Telephone: (202) 260-2612. Use th~ same number for ~S. ~LA~D PROG~: None. EX~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: Grantees replicate or expand succ~sful progr~s desired to: identify potential student drop- outs, and keep them from ~opping out; identify and encourage children that haw ~t~dy dropped out to reenter school; identify at-risk students in olemen~ and s~ondary schools; and ~blish model systems for collecting and reposing infomation. Typi~ aotivifi~ include developing and implement~g ~ ~xtended day, or summer programs d~igned to address poor achiev~ent, b~ic skills defioionci~, or co~s~ failures; establishing or expanding work-study, apprentice, or internship progr~s; training school s~; tr~n~g p~en~ ~ th~ use of community s~rvices; improving student motivation and the school l~m~g environment; providing Mtemafive cl~oo~ and Mtemative ~h~Is, ~d other educa- tional, ocoupation~, ~d testing sorvic~ intended to r~uce the number of drogue. Gr~te~ are required to ~perate with a na- tionM evMuafion audy. ~ FOR ~LE~G PROPOSe: The ~crem~ evaluates applioafiom on ~ b~is of criteria required under EDGAR (Parts 75, 76, md 77). ~,203 STAR SCHOOLS ~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSI~ANT SEC~TAKY FOR EDUCA~ONAL ~EARCH AND ~KOVEMENT, DEPAR~ OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: S~ ~h~ Pro~; Elemen~ry and Second- ~ ~acafion Act of 1965, ~w 103-382, 20 U.S.C. 6891-69~. O~E~: To enco~age ~prov~ i~¢fion in malhemagc~ ~ence, ~fl forei~ Htemcy s~ls ~d v~:afio~ ~ucafion. To ~e ~puIafio~, incI~fl~ng ~e d~dvanmge& illiterate, Iimited-EngI~sh 6-96 819 TI57691643
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ob~n t~hni~ ~is~ce for ~e ~ cf ~a~h faolih~ ~o~ prog~g. U~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Rmtfictions ~d ~vfiti~ inzlude: ~H~blv tel~i~fio~ p~ps muat be org~ized on a ~te~Sdv cr mulfi-s~e h~R. Passe.hips must ~ure that a sig- ~l potion of the fa~itim ~d eq~pment, techni¢~ ~d prog~ng for which ~is~e is taught will av~l~blv to el~m~ ~d s~onflaD' schools of I~ edumtion agvnci~ ~at have a ~gh ~rc~n~ge of c~Idren counted for pur- p~ of Pa~ A of Title I of the £1emen~D. Seeon~aw tion, Act ~ ~ended by ~blie Law 10~-382. P~ofity will be given to those pa~nem~ps that provide services to meet the needs of tra~fio~ly undersexed ~pulativns, individu~s ~a~fio~ly ~cluded from ~ee~ in ~ematic~ and science beeau~ of di~- c~afion or e~nomic~ly di~dv~ged backgounds, with ~aree r~o~cm, ~d ~e~ ~th l~it~ ace~ to cours~ in ma~ematl~, ~iengv ~d forei~ l~guag~. Funds ~rough this gr~l ~y not suppler funds othe~se av~lable for these pur- po~. Not l~s ~an 25 percent of the funds approp~tefl during ~y f~ y~ sh~l by used for ~e cost of ins~etion~ prog~- m~g. Not 1~ than 50 percent of the funds appropriated during ~y f~ y~ sh~l bc u~d for the cost of facfliti~ equipment, t~chvr g~ng or re~ning, technical ~sist~ee or pro~amming for ~h~l distfiv~ w~ch arc eligible ~o r~ive ~sis~cc ~der P~ A of TiRe I. No grit may exceed $10,~,~ in any single ELIG~I~ ~QUI~S: AppH~t ~i~: £1i~ble telecommunicafiom p~tners~ps must be organized on a s~tewide or multis~te basis. Two t~ of p~t- nemhips are eligible: (I) A public agency or corporation m~b- lished for the pu~ose of develop~g ~d operating telecommuni- cations networ~ to enh~ce educational oppor~nities provided by educational ~sfitutions, t~chcr training centers, and othcr cnti- tim, provided t~t the agency or eo~orafion represenls the inter- mrs of el~mcn~ and secondly schools eliglblv to pa~icipatc under Title 1 of the £1ementary and Seeonda~ ~u~tion Act of 1965, ~ ~ended, Publiv Law 103-382; or (D A pa~ne~hip that will provide tele~unications ~ices and includes three or more of the following entities, at le~t one of which sh~l by an agency d~fibed ~ (1) or (2): (1) A local edu~tion~ agency, that se~,~ a sibilant number of elem~y ~d secondary schools lhat ~v eli~ble for ~is~ce under Pa~ A, Of Title I, ~lementa- ry ~d Secon~ ~ucation Act of 1965, as amended, Public ~w 103-382 or clemency and seeonda~ schools operated or f~ded for Indi~ c~dren by the Dep~ent of the Inte~or eligi- ble under Section 1121 (c) of the Elementary ~d S~ondary ~fion Act of 1965, ~ ~end~; (2) A S~te edu~fional agency; (3) Adult ~d Fa~y ~u=ativn Frogr~s; (4) An imtitution of higher ~ucafion or a S~te ~gher ~ncafion agency; (~) A l~eh- er ~ning center or academy that: (i) provid~ t~cher pr~ervice ~d ~¢e tr~ng; and (fi) r~eives F~er~ or h~ ~n approv~ by a State agency; (6) a public or private entity ~ vx~fien¢= ~d ex~is~ in the planing and o~ra~on of a tel~o~cafions nelwvrk, ~duding enthi~ involved in tel~omm~i~fio~ ~rough ~lelHte, ~ble. telephone, or comput- er; or (i) a publiv broade~g entity ~th ~ch ex~dence; or (7) a public or pfivam elemen~ or ~ond~y svh~l. m~t ~ org~ on a ~mtewlde cr m~fis~te b~. Two ty~s of p~em~p~ ~e eligible: (a) A publiv agency or co~fion 1~ for the pu~ of developing ~d o~fing ~iv~ networ~ to ~¢e ~fio~ cp~fi~ provided by edu~o~l insfita~v~, l~eher t~ing een~ ti~, pro~d~ ~t ~e agency or co~o~fivn r~r~ents ~e int~- ~der 1":'.Ic I of the Elane::a~j ancl Secondary, Ech.aat~c: Act cf mere cf ~hv foUo~ing enti~m, at l~t one cf ~hich sh~l ~ an ag~uay d~n~ Lu (I) or (2): (I) a 1:~ ~a~tion~ agency, ~,'es a siW.fi~t n~r cf e:~" ~ud seconda~" ~h~ls that are d~ble for m~is~ce under Pm A, Of Title 1, EIemen~- ~' ~d ~n~, ~ucaficn Act of 1965, ~ ~enflcd Public 103-382 or dem~m~, ~d ~endary schools o~rated or funded for ~d~ children by ~c Dcpmmcnt of the Interior d~gible under Section 1121 (c) of the Element~. ~d Secondly tion Act of 1965, as amended; (2) a State educational agency~ Ad~t ~fl F~y ~u~tion Progr~s; (4) an institution of higher ~ucation or a S~m higher eduction agency; (5) a t~cher train- ing ~ntcr or academy that: (i) pro~dcs teacher prec.,ice ~d in- sea, ice tr~n~g; ~d (ii) receiv~ FederM fin~cial ~ist~ or h~ been approved by a Sta~¢ agency; (6) a public or private entity with ex~cnce ~d ex~se in the pl~ng ~d operation of a tel~omm~i~ons network, includ~g enti~ involved in tele- co=~ons ~ough ~tcRk~, ~ble, telephone, or computera or (i) a pubRc broad--ring entity ~dth such experience; or (7} a public or p~vatc d~cn~ or secondary school will Creden~enm~on: None. .~PLICA~ON ~ AWeD PRO~S: Pr~ppR~fion ~r~nafion: ~is progr~ is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovemmcn~ Renew of FederM Pro- g~s." An appli~t should consult the office or official designat- ed ~ the ~gle ~int of con~ct ~ his or her S~te for more infor- maion on the pr~e~ the State requir~ to ~ follow~ in apply- ing for a~st~ce, g ~e State h~ selected the program for review. The stand~d application fo~ ~ fum~hed by the Federal agency ~d required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must bc used for this progr~. A~li~fion ~ocedure: Described in the application notice published in the F~eral Register. Contact the hcadquartem office listed below for appli~tlon packages containing the announcement, ap- pli~tion, ~d ~ur~cc fo~s. Awed ProCure: The As~stant Secretary for ~ucational Rese~ch ~d Improvement approvm the ~iection of applications for nego- tia~on. ~c selection of applications is competitive, b~cd on staff and nonfederal renew according to the selection criteria con- ~ned in the Education Dcp~tmcnt GencrM Administrative Regu- lations (£DGAR) at 34 CFR 74.210 and the application notice publ~hed in the Federal Re~ster. D~: Announced in ~ application notice published in the Fed- crM Register. ~nmct the h~dquaners office listed below for fur- ther information. ~ge of A~prov~D~approv~ Time= Appro~maely 120 days fol- lowing the applica~on deadline. A~ Not applicable. RenewS: RcncwMs ~e b~ed on the approv~ of ~ annul progress rc~ ~d the av~labi~ty of funds. ~I~AN~ CONS~E~ONS: Fo~ ~d ~teh~g Requirement= ~e Feder~ share for the first and second fis~ y~m shM1 bc 75 percent; for the t~d and fou~h y~ ~ ~rcent; ~d for the fiRh y~r ~0 perc~t. All re- sourcm must ~ u~d to supplement ~d not supplant rmourccs oSer~e available for th~ pu~m of the g~ Olher re~- li~ns in 34 C~ 74, SubpaR ~ (cost-s~g or march.g), apply. ~e S~re~ of ~uca~on ~1 consider requmts m reduce or waive match~g requiremen~ if f~cial hardship ~ demo~trated. ~n~ ~ ~ Ph~g of ~m Follow~g a com~fitivdy sel~ted awed of up to twelve months, aw~ds may be ~de for up to 4 subsequcm y~; subj~t to the availability of funds. PO~ ~S~ R~: ~ch dibble td~cmm~i~fions p~cm~p aw~dcd a ~t is rcq~ed to ~e a re~ to ~e ~re~ of ~u~adon which l~m ~d d~ the av~Iable cour~ of ins~=ti~n ~te~als to by offered ~3 t~smitt~d o~r ~tell~tc ~d o:hcr tel~o~.uni~o~ ddive~y syst~s. A~nu~ progr~s a~d 82O TI57691644
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mzfl repe.'~ ~re req~irea by EDGAR unIes~ cth~ r~r~ m Ic~ go~e~ ~at re~ae fia~ ~s~ce of $I~,,~ or that y~. S~te and I~ gove~en~ that r~iw between audit made ~ ~rd~ce with ~= Append~ to P~ 80. or in ac- cord~ae ~ Fede~ laws ~d regutafion~ governing ~e pm- ~s in which t~ey ~a~icipa~. R~or~: As required by the Dep~ent ef ~u~tion Gener~ Ad- mi~strative Re.laUGhS. A~o~t Iden~flon: 91-11 ~ 1-503. Obli~fions: (G~) FY 95 $25,~,~ ~ 96 mt not iden~able; and ~ 97 mt $25,~,~. ~ote: The ~ 96 mt will ~ deter- mined upon enac~ent of thc 1996 appropriation for t~s pro- gr~.) ~nge ~d Average of ~d~ ~¢e: A ~t ~ be i~ued for up to $10,~,~ in ~y one f~ ye~. ~ average ~t w~ $3,~,~. A totM of 11 g~ were awarded in r~l y~ 1995. PROO~I ACCOMP£~tE~: D~ng the fi~t ~,o y~ aw~ds, n~dy 3,~ mh~ls pa~icipated in ~¢ S~ ~h~ls Pr~ gram. More th~ 1,5~ of ~e sch~Is recdved eq~pment ~ fo~ of satellite downlinks, tde~sion monitor, VCR~ fax chin~, microcomputem and printers. More th~ 8,~ studen~ were primely l~ted in ~ aeas ~d were enrolled in ~e 17 credit cours~ that were produced by S~ Sch~ls projects dung the first two years. D~ing the second cycle, awar~ were e~and- ed to includ~ the delivew of se~c~ ~d pro~ing to urb~ schools, and sch~ls lo~ted in the no~w~tem and no.he.tern sections of the country. During the third cycle, four ty~ of awards were made: (1) S~ generM gran~; (2) four d~eminafion granm to provide dissemination and technic! ~is~nce to S~te and I~ education agcndes not pr~ently served by dis~nc~ learning technologlm; (3) one speci~ s~tewide network ~t to provid~ two-way full motion interactive video ~d audio commu- nications that link together public colleges ~d universiti~ ~d secondary schools throughout the State of Iowa; and (4) ~ eval- uation contract to conduct a broad-s~e evalua~on of ~e Schools Pro~am and to address some prelimina~ issues re~ted to dis~ce l~g ~ genera. REGU~TIONS, GUIDELINe, AND LITERAT~: Star Sch~ls Program, Elemen~ry and Secondly Educalion Act of 1965, amended, Titl~ Ill ,Pm B, 20 U.S.C. 6891-6~, and ~e Depa~- ment of ~u~fion General Ad~nhtmtive Re~lations apply to this progr~. Alto appli~bl~ ~e 34 C~ 74, 75, 77, 78, ~d 79. ~O~A~ON CO~A~: Re~o~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dqu~ers Office: Office of ~ucation~ ~mearch ~d Improve- m~nt, Depa~ment of ~u~tion, ~ Indc~ndence Ave., Washin~on, ~ 20208-5~. Otego~ Dennis. Telephone: (202) 219-1919. Use the s~= n~ber for R~A~ PR~MS: None. ~tPLES OF ~ED PRO~: TEAMS ~decomm~ca- tions ~ucafion for Adv~c~ ~ Mathematics ~d ~ience tion) ~ the proj~t o~rated by the ~s Angelm ~unty Offi~ of ~ucation. ~is w~ lhe f~t S~ ~hoo~ Pro~ to addr~s the needs of l~ge ~b~ district. ~e p~e~ ~ proj~ls w~e the ~s ~gel~ ~ty ~ucafion~ Tel~omm~i- catiom Networ~ ~e Los Angeles U~ ~h~l D~tdct, tdct of Col~bia Public Sch~Is, Boston Public Sch~ls, ~blic ~h~ls ~d S~t L~e City pubIic ~hools. ~i~ce ~d technolo~ ex~rienc~ were develo~ for ~d~ four ~d five, m~Itic~tur~ made.tim ~d probI~ ~l~g were the f~ f~r ~dm ~ven throu~ ten, ~d st~dent-t~st~t td~onferencm ~d c~eer ~lomtion ~e em~h~ for ~d~ ~v~ twelve. S~ ~ro~ were ~ de~zlo~ for stud~ I~imd Englhh profid~cy. A p~t ~a=aficn com~nent s~ff deve1~pmenl tel~nferenze ~e~ key to ~c~g the ~ FOR ~G PROPOS.~: Con~ncd ~ EDGAR (34 ~ 84.2~ S~OOL, COLLEGE, ~ P~~S ~E~ AG~': O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~TARY FOR POSTSECO~Y EDUCATION, DEPAR~IE~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: ~gher ~catien Act ~ mended, Public Law 102-325, 20 U.S.C. l~l ct scq. O~~: To ~co~age parmers~ps between institutions of higher eduction and second~ sch~ls to sup~ programs that ~prove the high school retention and ~aduation rat~ of low- ,come and di~dv~ged ~nda~ ~h~l student, improve the~ a~de~c s~ls, ~d prep~c ~cm for progr~ ef p~s~- on~ eduction, or g~nful emplo~ent following ~ad~tion from ~gh school. ~ OF ~'~: Project Grants. US~ AND USE ~I~ONS: Funds may ~ ~cd to support pro~ ~at ~e coll~ge students to tutor scconda~ school stu- d~ for ~c purple of improving their b~ic a~de~c skills; in- cr~e ~c ~dcrs~n~g of s~cific subjects by ~con~ sch~l student; involve ~cond~ sch~l studen~ ~ community ser~4ce ~d l~m~g project; improve the op~r~nity for secondary school studen~ to continue a prog~ of eduction ~ter gradua- tion; ~d ~cr~se ~e~ employment pros~c~. A g~tee m~t re- quit Feder~ fun~g of at l~t $250,~ per yc~. ELIG~ ~Q~~: A~B~t EB~ ~ ~fitution of higher ~uca~on, S~te higher ~ucation ag~cy, or a como~ium of these, must enter into a writ- ten p~ncm~p a~ccmcnt with a l~ cducationM agency. In ad- dition, the p~ne~p may include b~in~es, labor org~i~tions, prof~ion~ ~iatiom, community-b~cd organizations, public televhion smtio~ or other tclcco~unication entities, or other public or p~vate agenci~ or ass~iations. Benefici~ Eli~b~: ~ progr~ will serve predominantly low- ,come co~ities; educationally di~vantaged student; stu- den~ with dis~iliti~ potential drogue; prcgn~t adolescen~ ~d teen p~en~; c~drcn of ~gratory agficultur~ workers or mi~ato~ fishe~en; ~d studen~ whose native l~guage is other • ~ Engl~h. Cr~ea~~~fion: Cost ~ll ~ dete~ined in accordance wi~ OMB C~c~ No. A-21. ~s progr~ is excluded from coverage und~ OMB C~c~ No. A-87. ~PMCA~ON ~ AWeD PROS: Pr~li~6oa C~r~n: ~ progr~ ~ eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergove~ent~ Review of Federal Pro- gr~." ~ appfic~t shoed consuk ~c o~ or o~c~ d~i~at- ~ ~ the s~gle ~int of contact in his or her S~te for more infor- ma~on on ~c pr~s the S~tc rcq~cs to be follow~ in apply- ~g for ~is~, if ~e S~te h~ ~l~ted ~e program for renew. ~ pro~am is exclud~ from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-I02. A~n Pr~e: A propel m~t ~ develo~d in accord~ce with rc~a~on~ appli~fio~, ~d timc~bles issued by ~e Secre- cy of ~u~fion. No S~te pl~ ~ require. Requ~ for pro- gr~ apportions shoed ~ made to the Die, siGn of Student Se~,- ic~. ~ pro~ ~ subj~t to the provisions of E~A~ This pro~ ~ exclud~ from coverage under OMB Circular No. A- ll0. Awed P~e: F~er~ st~ ~d select~ fie]d r~e~ ev~aate new ~ro~ on the b~ of ~e ~]~fion ~tc~a s~cd C~ ~10.21 ~d 510.~. G~t~ ~e aw~ ~rou~ the G~ ~d Con~ Sc~ce. ~ D~ ~e pub~h~ ~ ~e Fede~ Re~ter~ days. 6-96 821 T157691645
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s~hj~t to ~ av~ab~h~ of ~N~ ~NS~ONS: percer.t ~f to~ proj~t ~ in ~e fi~t y~, ~ ~rce~t ~ the second, and ~9 perce~t in ~e third ~d subsequent y~rs. ~u~ ~d ~e Ph~g of ~ce: ~ length of a ~t is usu- ally far five-ye~ proj~ts. Ann~ aw~ds are made. Renew~s are s~bj~t to the av~lab~ty of funds. PO~ ASS~ ~QU~S: Re~ Pro~ re~ are sub,tied on an annual basis. Au~: In accordance ~th D~ment of ~ucation's General Ad- m~istrative Regula~ons, 34 CFR 75.702, 74.61. Rec0r~: In a~or~ce with ~epa~mem of ~u~fion's General Admi~trative Regulation, 34 CFR 75.730, 75.731, and 75.732. ~AN~AL I~O~ON: Acco~t Iden~ti0n: 91-0201-0-I-502. OMl~flo~: (G~n~) ~ 95 $3,893,~; ~ 96 ~t not ~deniifiable; ~d FY 97 ~t $0. (Note: ~e FY 96 est will be dete~ined upon enac~ent of the 1996 appropriation for this program.) ~ge ~8 Average of F~I ~s~nce: 1250,~ to ~,~; PROG~ ACCOMPL~ENTS: In 1995, 12 aw~ds were made. ~GULA~ONS, G~DEL~, A~ L~~: 34 C~ 610. Applications can be obtained from the Division of Student Serv- i~s. ~ORMATION CO~A~S: R~on~ or Lo~ O~¢e: Not appllcable. Headqu~e~ O~¢e: Departmenl of Education, Division of Student Service, O~c~ of Pos~econda~ ~ucatlon, Suite ~ D, Por~s Building, 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202- 5249. ~ntact: Frances Bergeton. Telephone: (202) 708~8~. RELATED PR~S: 84.~, T~O~T~ent Se~ch; TRIO--Upward ~ound; 84.066, ~IO--~ucational Opportunity Centers. EX~PL~ OF ~DED PROJE~: (I) Projec~ ensuring that secondary school stud~ts have marke~ble s~lls u~n graduation have been developed. ~e projects invdve Ioc~ budne~es and ind~tfi~. (2) College students, under faculty direction, tutor, courage, and prepare seconda~ studen~ for higher education. (3) Higher education staff, in conjunction with s~ondary sch~l teache~ and ad~nistrators, have developed programs in b~ic skills. (4) Progr~s have been developed to serve potential drop- outs ~d educationally disadvantaged sludents. ~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: Cont~uation awards ~e made on the basis of 34 C~ 75.253. For new awards, the SecreCy will sdect appfic~ts ~ be funded on the b~is of criteria set forth in 34 C~ 610.21 ~d 610.22. ~06 JAVITS GIBED ~D TALENTED STUDENTS EDUCATION G~ PR~R~ ~DE~L AGENt: OFFIC~ OF ASSISTANT SECKETARY FOR EDUCA~ONAL R~EARCH A~ IMPROVEMENT, DEP~TM~ OP EDUCATION A~OR~ON: ~lemenmry and Secondly ~ucafion Act of 1965, ~ ~ended, Title X, Pa~ B. O~~: To provide fin~cial assistance to State ~d I~ edu- ~fion~ agenci~, ~fi~fions of higher eduction, ~d o~er public md private ag~nd~ ~d org~fio~, to simulate r~tcb, de- vdcpment, ~ning, ~d similar acfiviti~ d~i~ed to b~d a fionwide ~pability in element' and ~con~ sch~Is to • c s~ ~ucafio~ ne~ o~ ~fted md ~ented student. To supplement the ~e of Sm~e and I~I fends for the edu~on of ~t~ and g~ented stud~. ~P~ OF ~I~AN~ ~ojecl US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: F~ ~y ~ ~ed fore (1) D~vel- oping pro~ ~l adapt stmtegi~ ded~ed f~r g~ft~ and t~- isliag programs f~r 8afted and ta2e.nte~l stu,",ens ~ s~.~ ~ s:~- dea~ L~ a ~c~I cr ~v~r~ ~kcc~, (3) im~l~ar~g in ~rog~s for #ft~ ~d ~leated sVade~ for ~e ff~t ser~e all smd~ in sch~l; (4) ~mbl~s~g ~d c~ra~g e~ra~ve pro~s £r, vol~g b~n~, ~d~t~" ~d educating s~mm~r progr~; ~ (5) streng~ening t~e capability edueafi~n~ agenei~ ~d i~titutions of hi~er education to pro- vide I~e~hip and a~ist~ce to L~'s and nonprofit private sch~ls in aflapfing s~tegi~ ~d programs for edu~ting ~l~ed and tal~ted studen~ to improve edu~on for ~1 students. ABBB~t E~bfli~: S~te and Io~1 eduction agencies, institutions of higher eduea~on, other public ~d private agenci~, and organi- ~tio~ 0neluding Indi~ tfib~ ~d org~i~tions ~ defined by the lndi~ Self-Dete~ination and ~ueation Assistance Act and Ha- waiian Native organi~fions) may apply. Benefiei~ ~i~ifi~: State and 1~ education agenei~, insdtmious of higher education, other public and private agencies, ~d organi- zatio~ 0neluding lndi~ ~b~ ~d or~ni~tions as defined by the Indi~ Sei~-Determination and ~u~tion Assist~ee Act and Ha- w~ian Native orga~ons) will benefit. Cr~emfi~oe~e~flon: Cos~ will be dete~ined in accordance wRh OMB Cireul~ No. A-87 for State and local governments. OMB Circular No. A-21 for educational institutions and OMB Circdar No. A-122 for private nonprofit org~i~tions are applica- ble. ~LICATION ~D AW~ Pre~Blie~fi~n ~fion: ~is progr~ is eligible for coverage under E.G. 12372, 'lntergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- gra~." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed ~ the single ~int of con~ct in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for ~is~ee, ff the S~te has selected the program for review. A~BII~fiBt ~r~e: Described in the application notice published a~ually in the Federal Re~ster. Contact the headq~rters office listed bdow for application packag~ containing the announce- ment, applieatio~ ~d assur~ee fo~s. Awed Pr~re: The Assistant Secreta~ for ~ueational Research and ~provement approves the sel~fion of applications. The se- lection of applications is competitive, b~ed on s~ff and nonfeder- al review accord~g to the selection criteria contused in regula- tions for Javits Gifted and Talented S~dents ~ucation Grant Program, 34 CFR 791, and ~e annu~ application notice published in the Feder~ Register. D~dl~: Announced in an application notice published annually in the Feder~ Re~ster. ~n~et the h~dqua~ers office for fu~her info~ation. R~ge of ABBrov~is~Brov~ Time~ Approximately six months from the dosing date. ABp~: None. Renew~s: Awards ~e made ~n~ily. Following an initial, competi- tivdy sel~ted award of up to twelve monks, two additional one ye~ non-competing condition aw~ds may be made, for a total maximum te~ of three years; subj~t to the availability of funds. ~IST~ CONS~ONS: F~u~ ~$ Ma~g Req~emen~: None. ~n~ ~$ T~ Ph~g of ~c¢: Awards are made annually. Follo~ng ~ inifi~, com~fifively ~lected award of up to twelve mont~, two addifion~ on~ y~ non~om~fing continuation awa~s may ~ ~de, for a to~l ~mum t~ of ~hrev yea~; subj~t to ~ av~ability of f~ds. PO~ ~SI~ REQ~~S: Re~: ~n~ 9rogrv~ ~d fin~ial ~cFv~s ~ rvqaircd by E~ u~ o~'~e v~qa~ed in t~e award mere ~ the S~te's fis~l ~r s~II have ~ audit made f~r thal y~. State and local ~ver~merz~ that receive between $25,~ a~d $I~ ~in ~e SmtCs fisc~ ye~ s~ll ha~e 822 6-96 TI57691646
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aa&t m~de in a~cc,~dance w, th the AI:pend~ to Part ~0, or in ,'o:dan=e wmh Fedc:v.d laws and rc~t~o~ g~i~g ~ m w~ch ~ R~o~: ~ reRuired B} EDGA~ Oh~finm: (~=~) ~" 9~ $9,~21,~; ~" 95 ~t not ~d ~ 97 ~ $10,~(LO~). {Note: ~e ~" 96 mt will ~ dtev m~ed u~n en~tment of ~e 1995 approp~on f~r th~ pr~ gr~.) ~ge ~d Averse of FM~c~ ~ce: ~e ~ticipated r~ge is ~tween $1~9,~ ~d $250,~ for the project gr~. PROG~ ACCOMPLISH~: ~e NationM Center continued ~der ~ award made in fiscal year 1995. In fisc~ year 1995, ap- proximMely 11 gmts were awarded. One contract will he award- ed. ~G~A~ONS, GUIDELI~, AND ~TURE: The Depm- ment of ~u~fion's General Ad~nist~five Regulations and 34 C~ 74, 75, 77, ?8, 79, and 80 apply. ~e Javits GiRed ~d ented Studen~ ~t Progr~ regulaions 34 C~ 791 apply. INFO~A~ON CO~A~: ReOon~ or ~ O~ce: Not applicable. Hei~ume~ Office: Development ~d Demomtrafion Programs Di- ~sion, Depmment of Education, 555 New Jersey Ave., ~., Washin~on, DC 20208-5~. Contact: ffanet Wfilims ~roject Gm~). Telephone: (202) 219-1674, and Beverly ~lem~ ~e- s~reh ~m~). Telephone: (202) 219-2280. Use the same number for ~S. RELA~D PROG~S: 84.210, Native Hawafi~ Gift~ ~d TMent- ed. E~tP~ OF F~DED PROffErS: A storewide effo~ mong u~versities, sch~l dis~ctg the S~te Depa~ent of ~ucation, and the busin~ comm~ty to upgrade the middle sch~l pro- gr~s. A collaboration between a unive~ity ~d a school system to identify economic~ly di~dvantage middle school students for speciM help in math and science. C~ERIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Criteria ~e in EDGAR (34 CFR 7&210). 84.209 NATIVE HAWMIAN FAMILY BASED EDUCATION ~ERS ~DERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SEC~T~Y FOR ELEMENT~Y AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEP~TMENT OF EDUCATION A~HO~TION: Elememary and ~con~y ~ucation Act, amended, Title IX, Part B. O~E~V~: To develop ~d operate a ~nimum of eleven fa~y- b~ education centers throu~out the Hawafian Isi~ds. ~P~ OF ASSI~ANCE: Direct Paymen~ for S~cified U~. USH A~ USE ~I~ONS: No more th~ seven ~rcem of grant funds may ~ reed for administrative E~G~ ~Q~REME~S: A~fimt EiiObili~: Native Hawaiian org~i~tions including Native Haw~n educatio~l org~i=tiom may apply. ~tefie~y Eli#bility: Infan~ up to three ye~ old ~d the~ p~- cuts, Mso prmch~le~ four and five y~ old and their p~ents w~l ben~t. Cr~en~menmfion: ~is progr~ is ~cluded from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-87. APPHCA~ON AND AWA~ PR~: Pr~fi~floa C~tflom ~e smd~d application fore ~ f~- ~ by the Feder~ ag~cy ~d r~r~ by OMB Circ~ No. A-I02 mint ~ ~d with this pro~. ~is pro~ is eli#le for cox, e~ge under E.O. 12372, 'Intergove~en~ Rex~ew of F~e~ Pronto.'" An applier should consult the o~ee or o~- c~ d~i~ated m ~e dn#e ~int of conm~ in h~ or her State for more inro~fion on ~e pr~ ~e State req~ to ~ in ap##g for ~ma~ it the SMIe h~ ~l~t~ ~e prog~m for review. Applie~tioa Procedure: To pa_~aa:pate, an orgm-,,~atacn mu~t m aF#~tbn which cc~pl~ ~ ~c s~tc~" rcquir~cn~. S~nd~d apph~on fo~ fa~hed ~y ~e Fcde~ age~:y cal~ Na. A-II& Aw~ ~c~ Appli~o~ are approved Dr awa@~ by s~ml ~e~, for Elcmcn~y and Second, ~u~tion u~n the recommen~tio~ of a ~and and pro~ ~n~: No dos~g date ~ been m~blghcd. ~ge of Approv~pprovfl Time: Approximately eight weeks. Appe~: None. Renew~ RenewMs are co~ider~ annually and ~e subject to the avMlability of funds. ASS~ CONdiTIONS: F~me~ ~d N~h~g R~uiremen~: None. ~# ~d ~e Pk~ing of ~ce: ~c Icn~h of the grants is approximatdy 36 months. POST ~SI~AN~ ~Q~ME~: Re~: Annual and from peffo~ce rcpo~ ~d fln~cial status rc~ arc required in accordance with EDGAR 75.720. Au~: None. Re~: In accord~ce wi~ Section 74.21 under 34 e~ ~c rcquircd to main~n appropriate records rclat~ to grit funds. ~AN~ ~O~IA~ON: A~ount Iden~on: 91 -I~-~ 1-50 I. Obli~tions: (Direct pa~cn~) ~ 95 ~,3~,~; FY 96 ~t not iden- tifiable; ~d FY 97 ~t $2,730,~ (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will be d~ tcrm~ed upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for th~ pr~ ~am.) ~ge ~d A~erage of F~an~ai ~simce: Grant rage:S2,1 PR~ ACCON~LIS~IE~: Continuation awards wcrc made to two native Hawaiian organization to operate 21 family based education centers in fiscal year 1995. ~GULATIONS, G~DEL~ES, AND LI~TU~: No specific regulations have been dcvdoped. EDGAR will be used as appr~ priatc. INFO~TION CONTA~S: Re#on~ or Lo~ O~ce: Not applicable. H~dqua~e~ O~ce: Equity ~d EducationM Excellence Division, O~ce of Elementa~ and Secondary Education, School Improv~ mcnt Progr~s, 6~ Indc~ndcncc Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202. ~n~ct: Beth Baggett. Tdephone: (202) 260-2502. Use the ~mc number for ~S. RE~D PROG~IS: None. E~fP~ OF ~ED PROffErS: Aha Punana Leo, Inc., will operate seven fa~ly-b~ed education ccntc~ and a suppo~ center. ~e pro~am at each center f~uses on learning through the waii~ l~g~gc ~d draws parcnB, children, ~d extended f~ily ~d friends together to suppo~ tot~ imme~ion into ~e native l~- guagc and c~turc. Kmchameha ~hools wi~ o~te eighteen center. Each will have three progr~ delivc~ com~ncnts: home ~sit~g; ~aveling pr~ch~Is; and center-b~ed sch~Is. Bo~ of th~ progr~ will provide parent-infant pro~ams (prenatal to age three), pr~chool progr~s for four ~d five ye~ old~ re- ~rch and development, ~d long-te~ follow-up ~d ~s~ment. ~ FOR S~ING PROPOSe: Not applicable. 84.210 NA~ ~W~ G~ A~ T~ED ~DE~ A~': O~CE OF ASSI~A~ SECTARY FOR EL~~Y ~D SECONDLY EDUCATION, DEPAR~NT OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Elcm~' ~d ~cond~" Education AcL am~ded, Title IX, Pm B. O~~: To ~ro~iflc ~nanc~l a~ce to ~e Unive~ity of Haw~i at HHo to: I} ~mblish a Native Haw~ G~tcd ~d cnt~ C~I~ at the Univc~i~y of Hawaii at Hilo; and (2) to d~- o~te pro~ d~i~ed t~ a~r~s the s~sl n~ of Native 823 T157691647
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Haw~ai~m elamem~u~ a:~d ~c:~y s:hccl s~d~L~ ~h~ ~e f~Ii~ ~ n~ded L:S~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Fands may be g~d f~r demcr~tra- ti~n Frcjec~ including: I) Fr~i~ing f~r tee emct~c:~I ned cholo~l needs of the student: 2) providing sup~ servic~ to s~dent's f~ili~ ~ n~efl; 3) ccr~dacting edu~n~, psycholeg- i~l, ~d developmen~ acfiviti~ ~at hold r~onabl~ promise of subs~fi~ progr~ towed m~ng the educalionai ne~s of ~fted ~fl ~lented children, including, but not limited to, demon- strafing ~d exploring the ~e of Native Hawaiian l~g~ge and ex~s~e to Hawaii~ cul~ral traditions; 4) using public television in meeting the special edu~fional nee~ of gifted ~d ~ented children; and (5) desiring ~d duplicating leadership progr~s for children throughout the State of Hawaii and to other Native Americas includ~g the dissemination of info~ation derived from demonstration projects conduct~ under this s~tion. No more th~ seven percent of grant funds may be used for adminis- trative p~oses. ELIGIBIL~ App~t Efi~b~: The University of Hawaii at Hilo may apply. Benefi~ Eli~bfli~: Gifted and tMented Native Hawaiian elemen- tary ~d secondary educational students will benefit. Ct~en~eumen~fion: Cost will be dete~ined in accord~ce with O~ Circular No. A-21 for educational institutions. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A- 87. ~PLICATION AND AWARD PRO~S: Pr~ppff~fion C~r~fion: ~is program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102 and E.O. 12372. Ap~li~flon Procedure: To p~ficipate an org~i~tion m~t submit ~ application on or before the deadl~e. Smnd~d application fo~s furnished by the agency are used. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Pr~edure: Funds for this program ~ll be awarded following review and negotiation of an approvable application from the Uni- versity of HawMi at Hilo. D~dlin~: Deadlines have not been ~tablished. ~ge of A~oroval~approval Time: Approximately 60 days from the closing date. Aphis: None. Renew~: Renew~s are based on approval of the continuation quest ~d the availability of funds. ~SIST~ CONSIDE~TIONS: Fo~a ~d Marring Require~nts: None. ~nrh ~d ~me P~ing of Assis~ee: Grits are provided on an ~nuM b~is. PO~ A~I~ANCE REQUIREME~S: Re~: S~cified re~ing requir~en~ are included in the grant or contract document. Au~: Audi~ will ~ periodically conducted by ~e Depa~ment of Education's auditor. ~e~r~: Records will be maintained as required by EDGAR and 34 C~ 75.730.734. FINANCI~ ~FO~ON: Account Ide~fifl~flon: 91-1~-0-1-501. Obfi~flo~: (Direct payments) FY 95 $1,~,~; ~ 96 ~t not iden- tifiable; and FY 97 est $585,~. (Note: ~e ~' 96 est will ~ de- te~ed upon enactment of ~e 1996 appropriation for this pr~ ~am.) ~ge ~d A~e~ge of F~ ~ee: Not appli~ble. PR~! A~OMPLIS~: ~e Univ~ity of HawMi at Hflo has ~en awarded a gant to conduct th~ projec~ in y~r 1995. REG~A~ONS, GU~EL~, A~ L~T~ ~e Dep~- men~ of ~u~fion's Gene~ Adm~htrafive R~alafiom, 34 C~ 74, 75. 7Z 7~, ~d 79 apply. ~FO~ON CON~A~: Re~onfl ~r ~ O~: N~t appli~te. 824. H~adquarter~ Office= Eq~Jt~ and ~a~ucn~ Exe:~:n:: Office cf E!:m:~ ~d ~ccn~" ~c~, Sc~ooI Im~rove- ~ert Prepares, 0:,3 Ind~nd~ee A~ SW., W~hiz~on, DC 2020L Con~ct: B~ B~g~et~ Te]e~ko==: (202) 2~0~ Use tee ~e nu~.~r f~r ~S. ~~ OF ~ED PROJE~: ~e Lr~vem~W cf Haw~ at Hilo h~ ~mb~ished a center for ~fted ~d ~ented Native Haw~- Jan children. The center will serve ~ a ea~t f~r the develop- ment of procedur~ f~r identifying and a~ing Native Hawaiian gifted and ~ented children, ~novafive projee~ ~qth promise for ~fted ~d t~ented native Hawaihn children, pro~dur~ for inte- grating thee projecm into the curricula of appropfate agenei~, ~d suppo~ services for ~e families of gifted and t~ented Native Hawaiian children. Activities have been developed in fo~ general are~: identification and ~se~ment; teacher wor~hops; parent workshops; and pro~s t%r children. C~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: Not applicable. 84.213 EVEN START~STA~ EDUCATIONAL AGENCI~ ~DER~ AGENCY: OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SEC-ONDARY EDUCATION, DEP~TME~ OF EDUCA~ON AUTHOR~ATION: El~en~y and Secondly Education Act of 1965; Title 1, P~t B, as ~ended. OBJE~V~: To pro~de f~ily-centered education projee~ to hdp parents ~come full pawners in the education of their children, to assist children in reaching their full potential as leamem and to provide literacy training for their parents. ~PES OF A~&NCE: Formula Wants. USES AND USE ~I~IONS: Funds ~e reed p~a~ly for such activifi~ as ree~itment ~d screening of children and parents, design of programs, instruction of children ~d parents, staff train- ing, and coordination with other program. ELIGIBIL~ REQUIRE~S: Applier E~bfll~: S~te educational agencies (S~s). The sub- grantees are loeM educational agencies (LEAs) applying to their SEAs in collaboration with community-based organizations, pubhe agenci~, institutions of higher edueatlon or other nonprofit orga- ni~tions. Any of the latter, with demonstrated quflity, may apply in collaboration with a LEA. Benefiela~ E~lli~: Parents eligible for participation under the Adult Education Act and their from bi~h to seven year old chil- dren if they r~ide in an elementary school attendance ar~ de- signed for participation in progr~s under Pa~ A of Title I of the Elementary and Secondaw Education Act of 1965 ~nefit. Credenfi~umen~fion: None. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PROCE~: P~li~tion C~rdl~afion: None. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Ao~lleation ProCure: SEAs applied in 1993 to the Depa~ment of Education by submitting a State plan, with updat~ to be sub,t- ted in 1994 and 1995. A~ard Pr~edure: ~e Depa~ment of Education awards gr~ to SEAs on the basis of a statutory fo~ula. SEAs awed sub~an~ on the basis of sel~tion criteria ~d pfiofiti~ in Section 1057 of the Ev~ Sta~ Family Lite~ey Act SEAs make aw~ds b~ on applicant seor~ ~d g~graphJc l~ation. D~: ~ere ~ no de~e at the Federal level. D~dl~ for snbgmntees are set by each S~. R~e of A~mvfl~rovfl ~e: Varies with ~eh A~ Rene~: Or~ts are award~ to SE.~ a~ly. Sub~an~ ~e for up to fo~ ye~ ~4th annufl renewals subj~t to the approv~ of • e SEA ~d the availability of F~m~ md Mate~g Re~emea~ ~e Fede~ shoe of ~e cost cf a sub~t pmj~t is net m~re ~ ~ ~reent 80 percent ~n the ~:ond ye~. 70 perce~t in the t~rd Fc~t in t~e g~h and ff~ y~r. ~is program h~ no smtuto~" 6-96 T157691648
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f=rm~ ~h:n appr~:riat~n., a~e be~ $5~ ~:[hon. ~en f~r ~elve-m~n~ ~ Su~ me} net exc~d fc~r )~ ~ d~e~ POST .~~ ~Q~~: R~: ~nu~ ~nditure re~ ~e required. Au~: In a~or~ wi~ &e ~u~ation Depm~ent General Ad- m~n~afion Relations in the Appemdix to 34 CFR ~O, Sate and Ioc~ govemmenls that r~dve fm~ci~ ~sistanee of $I~,~ or more ~t~ the State's fmc~ ye~ shall have ~ audit made for that y~. S~te and I~al gove~men~ t~t receive between $2S,~ ~ $I~,~ ~thin ih~ State's fis~l y~ sh~l have an audit made ~ accord~ce with the Appendix to Pa~ 80, or in ac- ~rdance ~th Federal laws and repletions governing the pro- ~s in which they pa~i~ipate. Record: In a~ordance ~ ~e Genef~ Educa~on Provisions Act ~d ~e ~ucafion Dep~ment Gener~ Admlnis~afive Regula- tion, ce~ project records must b~ re~ined for five y~s. ~~ ~YO~ON: A~o~t Iden~flom 91-0~-I-501. Ob~o~ (Grm~) ~ 95 $94,523,~; ~ 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d ~ 97 ~t $97,1~,~. (Note: ~e ~ 96 est will b~ deter- ~ed upon e~ctment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- g~.) ~g~ ~fl A~emge of F~c~I A~s~e~: S473,~ to $9,9~,~; $1,8~,~. PRO6~i ACCOMPLISHME~S: Approximalely 473 projecm were funded. ~G~i~ONS, ~UIDELIN~, AND L~E~TURE: 34 CFR 212. I~O~A~ON ~NTA~S: R~o~ or ~ O~ce: Not applicable. ~dqu~e~ O~e~ Depa~ment of ~ducation, Compensatory ~u- cation Pro~s, O~ce of Element~y and Secondly Education, ~ Ind~penden~ Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-6132. Contact: Donna Conforii-C~pbelI. Telephon~: (202) 26@~96. U~ the ~ number for ~S. R~LA~D PRO~R~S: 84.~2, Ad~t ~ucafion--State Grant Pro- gr~; 84.010, Tide I Granm to Local ~ucafion~ Agencies; 84.011, Migr~t Edu~fion~B~c Smie Grant Progam; 84.024, ~ly ~u~tion for Children with DhabilRies; 93.~, H~d San. E~iPL~ OF ~BED PROJE~S: Project Even Start in Brook- l)~, New York, is a family~entered eduction program to ~ist c~Idren ~ r~ch~g their potential m~ le~ers, to provide literacy t~n~ng for ~eir parent, ~d to hdp p~en~ ~come p~tners wi~ the schools in the eduction of the children. The project in- clud~ pr~-kinderga~n progr~s and mother~hfld home training. ~e Waterville Even Sm~ Project, ~n Watervflle, M~e, provides imtmcfional se~i~ that are home-breed, with supplemental ac- fivRim provid~ at ~ Even S~ ~mter. ~e adult demen~ of ~e progr~ provid~ literacy eduction in ~e conte~t of p~enfing. ~ly ch~dh~ ~d primly education speci~ists work w~th fam- ili~ uslng a eu~cuI~ developed in conjunction with ~e Head S~ pro~. At a mon~ly meeting ad~s a~end p~enfing wor~hops w~le children pa~im~pate in ~u~fional ~ FOR SELE~ YROPOS~: Likefih~od of succ~ ~ m~fing ~ Ev~ S~ go~s (~ to~ ~nts plus possibl~ I0 pri- ority po~); n~ for ~e project (10 to~ poem pl~ po~ible 10 pfio~ty ~in~); de~ of c~p~ation ~d coordination (30 ~nts); r~mblene~ of budget (10 ~ints); mfl pro~ ~ a m~el (I0 ~int~). SE~ may vaB' th~ c~te~ ~ long ~ they do no~ dep~ from ~tlon I057 ~f lh~ Even Start Family Liter- acy Act. 84-214 EVEN START--NHGRANT EDUCATION FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SEC- ON'DARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMEN~r OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Elemenrza'~ ~-r.~d ~=ccr~d~'y Education Ac~ cf I96L ~fic L P~ B, Z0 U-S.~ 2741 e[ ~f I~1, ~ab~i~ ~w 102-73; Ad~t ~c~ AcL 20 U.S.C. 1201. 0~~: To Fro~e family c~t~red ~anls cf mi~t~W c~l~rcn be¢cm~ lion cf thor c~i:~, t~ ~t ~2~:c~" ck~Idren in r~chi~g full ~ten~ ~ l~e~, and to provide literacy ~aiMng for t~eir ~'P~ OF ~~) P~ect Gran~ ~iscredonary). US~ ~D USE ~~ONS: Funds ~e u~d for such acfiviti~ ~ rec~itmcnt ~d ~reening of children ~d p~, d~i~ of program, ins~uction of ch~dren ~nd p~en~, s~ff trMning, and c~rdination ~th other progr~. ~IG~I~" REQ~N~: A~#imt Elf~ili~: S~ edu~tionM agenci~ may apply. Benefici~ EB#bili~: Paren~ who are migrator, agricultural workers or fishe~ benefiL Crede~s~umen~fion: Children must be cu~ently or fo~erly migratory as defined in 34 CFR 201.3. APPLICA~ON ~D AW~ PRO~S: Pr~fion C~r~fiom None. This program is e~blc for cov- erage ~dcr E.O. 1237~ 'IntergovemmentM Review of FederM Progams." ~ applic~t should consult ~e o~cc or o~cial d~- i~ated ~ the single ~int of contact in h~ or her State for more info~ation on ~c pro~s the S~te rcq~res to ~ follow~ in ap- plying for assis~ce, if ~e State has ~lected the progr~ for review. ~e smd~d ap#i~tion fo~s as furnished by the Feder- al agency ~d required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this progrm. A~fion ~oced~e: Application forms arc available from the De- payment of Education, Application Control ~nter. Appli~tions must b~ prepped and submitted in accordance with the regula- tions, ~tmctions, and fore included in the ap#icmion package. The applications are reviewed and evMuated by a p~el. Awsrd Proce~e: A p~cl appointed by th~ Secretory renews ~ch State educmionai agency's application for the fm~eiM info~ation required and evM~tes the application on the basis of selection cri- teria published in the Federal Register. The SecreCy makes awards b~cd on applicant scor~ and migr~t streams. Deadline: Con~ct ~e Depa~ment of Education for application d~dl~cs. ~ge of A~ov~t~prov~ Time: ApproMmately three months. Ap~: None. RenewMs: Grants arc awarded for four year~ with annual rencwMs subject to the approval of the SecreCy. ASSIST~ CONSIDE~.~ONS: Fomula ~d Mating Req~emen~: ~ere is no s~tuto~ fom~a. ~e FedcrM share of the cost of a project is not more th~ 90 ~r- cent in the fi~t ye~, 80 percent in the second, 70 pcr~nt in the t~rd, and ~ ~rcent in the fourth and from year. ~n~ ~d T~e P~g of ~is~ce: Aw~ cover a twelve mon~ pefi~ from Octo~r 1 to September 30 of the following year. POST ~SI~AN~ REQUIRing: Re~: A~ expenditure re~ is required. Au~: In accord~ce with the ~ucation Depa~ment GcncrM Ad- min~t~tive Regulations in the Appendix to 34 C~ 80, State and locM governments ~at receive financiM ~sistancc of $1~,~ or more within the S~te's fis~l y~r shall have an audit m~e for that ye~. State ~d lo~ goverments that r~eive ~tween $25,~ and $1~,~ a y~r s~l have ~ audit made in accord- ance with the Ap~ndk to Pa~ 80, or in accord~ce ~d~ F~eral laws and re~fions governing the pro~s in w~ch they par- ticipate. Re~r~: In accor~ce with the G~e~ ~ncation Provision Act and th~ ~ucaXi~n Dep~t GenerM Admi~t~fion Regula. tiom, c~ proj~t records m~t ~ m~n~d for five y~. ~.~ ~O~ON: Account Idea~: 91-~-1-~1. ObB~fiom: (~) ~" 95 $2,94L~ ~" 96 ~t net idenfi~able; 6-96 825 TI57691649
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rz~:.ed =p:n er.aztme:~ cf the I~9~ al:~ropnati:n f,.'r ~:~ pr~ ~GU~ONfi, GU~. ~ND L~~ Y4 CFR 212. ~O~ON CO~A~: Re~o~ ~r ~ Office: Not H~qu~e~ O~c~ Office of Elemen~wy ~d Secondly ~u~- fion, ~grant ~ucafion, Dep~ment of ~u~tion, ~ Independ- ence Avenue, SW., Po~s Bldg., R~om 41~, W~hington, DC 20202. Con~et: Bayla F. Whffe. Telephone: (202) 2~-11~ Use the same number for ~S. RELA~D PROGRAMS: ~4.011, Migrant ~u¢ation~asi¢ State Grant Program; 84.141, Migrant Edu=afion~High Seh~ol Equiva- lency Program; ~4.149, Mi~ant ~ueatio~--College Assis~nce Migr~t Program; 84.213, Even St.--State Edu~tiona] Agen- cies; 93.246, Migrant Health Centers Gran~; 93.~, H~d Sta~ E~MPL~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: Funded projects integrate e~ly childhood education ~th adult education for parents. ~I~RIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Likelihood of in meeting Even Sta~ goals (32 ~ plus 10 priority points); need for the projects (20 points); degree of cooperation a~d co- ordination (30 points); re~onablen~s of budget (8 po~ts); promise as a model (20 points). 84.215 ~D FOR T~ ~ROVE~NT OF EDUCATION (FIE) ~DERAL AGENt': OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SEC~TAKY FOR EDUCATIONAL ~EARCH AND IMPROVEMENT, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~HORI~ON: Elemen~ry and Secondary Education Act of 1965; Title X, Part A, as amended, 20 U.S.C. 8~1-8~7. OBJE~IV~: To conduct nationally significant programs to improve the quality of education, assist fll students to meet challenging State content standards, and contribute to the a~hievement of the National Education Goals. ~PES OF ASSI~AN~: Project Grants. USES AND USE R~RI~IONS: Funds may ~ used to support a wide r~ge of projects under the FIE general authority for pro- grams, and additional s~ecifi~ program authorities. ELIG~ILIXY ~Q~R~S: A0pli~t Ell~bili~: Stole educational agencies, l~al educational agen~i~, institutions of higher education, public and private orga- nizations and institutions may apply. Collaboration with other enti- ti~ of their choice may apply. Benefiei~ Eii~fll~: State edu~tionfl agencies, local educational agenci~, institutions of higher education, public and private orga- nizations ~d institutiom will benefit. Credenfi~/D~ea~6on: APPLICA~ON AND AW~ PROCESS: Prea~etton ~or~fi~n: Preap~li~ations are not required for this program. ~ program is eligible for coverage under E.G. 12372, ~Intergove~en~ Review of Federal Pro~ams?' An ap- plieaat skould comul~ the office or o~cial d~ignated ~ ~e single point of con~et in h~ or her State for more iffo~fion on the proe~ that State r~uir~ to ~e follow~ in applying for ~ee, if ~e State h~ ~ele~ed ~e ~ro~am for review. AO~6oa ~ute: D~cg~d in application notic~ published ~nuflly in the Feder~ Reglsten Conta~ the h~dq~e~ l~ted ~low f~r application ~ackag~ contorting t~e a~noance- mere, appli~fi~n, ~d ~ranee forms ~d for f~er in~o~tion a~at ~e F~nd for ~e lmvrovement ~f Education an~ Improvement a~r~ ~e ~le~fi~n of av~Ii~fions f~r neg~ ~ n~nfede~ ~er review according to ~e ~Iectio~ c~te~a Reg'.~at:cr.s (EDGAR) at 34 CF-P. 75.210 and ~e ann~.aI apT.li:~- ticn nz~.-e Tubhshe:l m r~e Federa/Regts~er. De,dines: Atnou==ed ~ a n:L:e F~bli~hed annaa~l~ m the Feder~ Register. ~n~ct ~e h~dq~:~ ~f£ce for f~er a~t th~ Fund tZr th~ Improvement of ~u~non ~ of Ap~o~,~i~pprc~ ~ A~ro~imateIy s~x m~n~s A~s: None. Re~ew~: Aw~ds ~e made ~n~ly. Follow~g an imti~ lively sele~ed award, addifio~ non-compe~g awards may be made, su~e~t to ~e av~labfliW of funds. ASSISTANCE CONS~E~ONS: Pemnla ~d MaShing R~uiremen~: None. Len~h ~d ~ime Ph~g of ~ce: Awards ar~ mad~ ~nu~ly. Following an ~itial, competitively selected award, ad~tional ¢om~ting continuation awards may he made. ~e posa~le l~ng~ of the project is ~noun~ed ~ the aBpli=afion notice ~ the Federal Reg~ter. POST ~SI~AN~ REQUI~M~: Re~r~: Annul progr~ and fin~cial repor~ ~ requ~ed by EDGAR units othe~'ise required in the award document. Audi~: In aeeord~ee with the Edu¢ation Dep~ment General Ad- ministration Regulations in ~e Appendix to M CFR 80, S~te and local governments that r~eive fin~eial assismee of $1~,~ or more within the S~te's fisc~ year sh~l have ~ audit m~e for that year. State ~d 1o~I gov~nments that receive between $25,~ and $I~,~ within the S~te's fis¢~ ye~ sh~l have audit made in accordance with the Append~ to Pa~ 80, or in ac- cordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the pro- g~ams in ~vhich they p~tieipate. Record: As required by EDGAR. ~NANC~L INFO~ON: Account I~ntl~tion: 91-11~0-1-503. Obligations: FY 95 $36,750,~; FY 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d FY q7 est $40,~,~. (Note: ~e FY 96 est will ~ dete~ined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this progrm.) R~ge and Average of F~ei~ ~i~ce: ~e anticipated range between $1~,~ to $250,~, depending on availability of fun~. PROGRAM ACCOMPLIS~E~S: Information on a¢¢omplish- men~ is currently not available. REGULA~ONS, GUIDELI~S, AND L~E~RE: ~u~tion Depa~ment General Administrative Reg~ations, 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, and 86. INFODIAIION CO~AUS: Re,Gaul or Lo~ Office: Not applicable. He~qua~e~ O~ce: Office of ~ueational R~r~h and Improve- ment, Dep~ment of ~u¢ation, 555 New Jersey Aveau¢, ~,, W~hington, DC 20208-5654. Telephone: (202) 219-1301. Use 1he same nmber for ~S. RELATED PROG~: None. EXA~L~ OF ~ED PRO~: Ex~pl~ for ~e reauthor- ized program are not yet av~lable. P~or to the 1994 lion, the program funded the following typ~ of progr~s. Under the general competition, projee~ prodded a va~ety of ~ovative approa~h~ to help studen~ in elemen~ry or secondary s~hool reach high standard~ of academic a~evement in one or more of the core subje¢~ of method,s, ~ienee, histo~, the a~, civies, geography, forei~ l~g~g~, and En~. Under the S~t~ fi~ulum framewor~ com~fifion, aw~ds were ~ven to two pr~e~ for Engl~h, two for geog~phy, t~ee for the seven aw~ds for proj~ts ~at were m~ti~ipl~. Under the Computer-B~ed IKstmetion Competition most proj~ were to train teaehe~ to ufil~e and integrate state~f-~e-a~ computer teehnolo~, ~ the teaching of ~themati~, ~iene¢, Mstory, fore[gn l~g~ge. ~A FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: (1) Meeting ~e p~r- ~s~ of the aulho~ng s~tute: (2) extent ef n~d for ~e proje~ (3) vlan of ~perafion; (4) q~ivy of key ~emonnel; (~ h~dget ¢o;~ffe¢~i~*ene~; (6) ev~cn p!~ and (7) ad~uz¢y ef re- 826 6-96 TI57891850
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84.216 CAPITAL EXPENSES (Title I - Capital Expenses) FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SEC-ONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHOI~ZATION: Elementary and Seco~lary Education Act of 1965, Title I, Section 1120(e), as amended, 20 U.S.C. 2727. OBJECTIVES: To help local educational agencies pay for the addi- tional cap~tal costs, incurred s'mce Jul:/ 1, 1985, associated ~th providing equitable Title I services to elig~le private school chil- dren, in compliance with the decision in Aguilar vs. Felton. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants; Project Grants. USES AND USE ~IcrIONS: Funds are used for such costs as the purchase, lease, and renovation of real and personal property (including but not limited to mobile educational units and leasing of neutral sites or spaces), insurance, maLutenanca costs, transpor- tation, and comparable goads and services. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: State educational agencies (SEAs) may apply. LEAs are subgrantees. Beneficiary Eligibility-' Educationally deprived children benefit. Credentials/Documentatinn: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplieation Coordination: None. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: State educational agencies submit one-time assurances to the Department of Education in accordance with Section 200.10 of the program regulations. A local educational agency may apply to its State educational agency in accordance with Section 200.57. Award Procedure: The Department of Education awards grants to SEAs on a formula basis. SEAs distribute funds to LEA on the basis of need. Deadlines: Deadlines are established by each State. Range of Apprnval/Dis~qq~roval Time: The range varies with each State. Appeals: An LEA whose application is disapproved by its SEA may appeal to the SEA and than to the Department of Education under Section 425 of the General Education Provisions Act. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Funds are allocated to States based on their proportion of private school children served under Title I in school year 1984-85. There is no matching requirement. Length and Time Phasb~g nf Assistance: Funds are available for one fiscal year. Unexpended funds may he carded forward to the next fiscal year. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: None. Audits: In accordance with the Education Department General Ad- ministration Regulations in the Appendix to 34 CFR 80, State and local governments that receive financial assistance of $100,000 or more within the State's Rscal year shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 within the State's fiscal year shill have an audit made in accordance with the Appendix to Pa~t 80, or in ac- cordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the pro- grams in which they participate. Records: In accordance with the General Education Provisions Act and the Edu~alion Department General Administrative Reguia- tion, certain project records must be maintained for five years. FINANCIAL INFOP~Lt.TION: Accoent Identific~tlem 91-090043-1-501. Obligations:. (Grants) FY 95 $41,434,003; FY 95 est $3~,119,000; and FY 97 est $20,000.000 Range and Average of Flanneial Assistance: $11,000 to $797,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Grant awards are issued to the ~0 S~ates, the District of C~lumbia~ and Puerto Rico. REGULATIONS, GLrlDELLNES, .AND LITERATURE: 34 CFR 200 a=$ the T~= I Poli~' Manual a~e ~vmI2~e from the Department of Educa~_~n. II~OI~ATI ON CONTACTS: R~ion~ cr Lo~ Omm N~t He~lqmu-ie~ OftSce: De~t cf Edu~on, ~m~to~~ ~u- ~fion Pro~am~ O~ce ef Etem~t~y m:d S~ond~ ~ucation, Dcpa~meut of ~ucafion, ~ Independenc~ Avenue, SW., W~h- ~on, DC 20202~132. Con~ct: M~y ~ ~Ten~ Tel~ phone: (202) 2~826. Use the s~e number for ~S. ~A~ PROG~IS: 84.010, Title I G~ to ~ Ag~nci~ E~ OF ~ PRO~S: F~ are used for such costs ~ ren~ of cl~sr~m space in neural sit~; rcn~ or pur- chase of mobile vans; ~d ~ans~nation of private ~hooi studen~ to pubic schools or neut,! ~tes ~R~ FOR ~G PROPOSAl: ~is is ~ festa grit program. 84.217 M~R POST-BACC~AU~ATE A~IEV~ENT ~D~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEPAR~E~ OF EDUCATION A~O~TION: Higher ~ucatioa Act of 1965, ~ mended; Hi~er ~ucation Amendmcn~ of 1992, Title IV, PaR A, Subpa~ 2, Section ~2E, Public Law 102-325, 1~ S~t. ~8, 20 U.S.C. 107~-1b. OB~S: To provide gran~ for institutions of higher education to prepare low-income, ~st-generation college studen~ ~d stu- dcn~ unde~cprescnted ~ g~d~tc education for graduate study. ~P~ OF ~IST~: Project ~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Funds may be us~ by the pa~i~- paring insfi~fion to provide eligible pa~icip~ with services such ~: opportunities for res~ch and other schol~ly acfiviti~; summer internships; ~mlnars; tutoring; academic co~seling; cu~g a~siou ~d fm~nci~ ~sis~nce for graduate study; men- tong and ex~sure to cuitur~ events. At Ic~t tw~rds of the proj~t p~licip~ts m~t bc low-income indi~d~ls who ~e fi~t- generation college student. ~e rem~g pmicip~ must be from a group that is ~dc~cprescated in graduate education. ELIGIBIL~ ~QU~E~S: AppB~t Eli~bili~: l~titufions of higher education or combinations of ~fitutions of higher eduction may apply. B~efie~ Eli~biU~: Low-income first g~eration college studen~ or students from groups ~durrepr~cmed in ~te ~ucation that are enrolled ~ a de~ proem at ~ ~i~blc i~titufion of higher education will benefit. Cr~enfi~men~fion: ~sts will be detained in accordance with ~ucation Depmment Gener~ Ad~sWative and the prog~m reg~afions, ~tion ~7 of the ~de of FederM Regulatio~. ~ prepare is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. ~P~CA~ON ~D AW~ PR~: Pr~pp~on C~r~naflon: ~s proem is eli~blc for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Int~govemmen~ Review of Feder~ Pr~ ~ms." ~ applier sho~d comet ~e o~ce or o~cifl d~ignat- ~ ~ ~e single po~t of con~ct ~ ~ or her S~te f~ more infor- mation on the pr~ ~c S~te requires to ~ follawed in apply- ~g for ~sist~ce, if ~e S~te h~ saluted the proem for mvlew. ~is progr~ is excluded from coverage under OMB Circ~ A-I02. Appli~on P~e: Develop a pro~ ~ accord~ce wi~ le~- lafion, re,latter, app~fio~, ~d ~e~bl~ ~su~ by ~e Sec- ret' of ~ucatiem No S~te plan ~ reqnired. Reques~ for appli- ~fic~ should ~ ~e to ~e DH~s~on of St~ent prog~ ~ subject to the prov~io~ of ~e ~u~fion Dep~t Gene~ A~five Re~lafio~. ~ Fro~ ~ excladed from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-110. 6-96 82? T157691651
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Award Procedure: No~edera/ £eI¢I r~.~ers e~t~ n~ A~: ~ere ~e no appe~. R~w~: ~n~fion aw~ds ~er three or fo~= ye~s ~e on ~ ~ b~ subject to ~c av~labi~ty of fund~ Fomula ~d Matc~ Req~emen~: ~ progr~ h~ no festa or matching requ~en~. ~n~ ~d ~e P~ of ~ce: Four to five year project, subject to ~e av~bility ~f PO~ ~~ Au~: In ace~r~e wi~ ~ucati~n D~ment Genes! Adminis- trative Reg~a~ns~ ~ C~ 61, 74, 75, ~d 7~2. R~: In ~r~e with the ~acati~n Dep~tment Gener~ ~tr~five ReguLations, 3~ C~ 75 a~d 730, ~d ~7.32 ~f ~e pr~ re~]ati~ns. ~N~ ~O~ON: Acce~t Idea~ea: 91 ~201-~ 1 ObB~fio~: (G~) ~ 95 $21,028,~; ~ ~6 ~t $19,012,~ and ~ 97 est $20,153,~. ~ge ~d Av~e of F~i~ ~sh~ce: In fis~ ye~ 1995, the • ve~ge awed w~ PROWl ACCO~LIS~S: ~e number of funded pro~e~ts w~ 98~ se~g ap~ro~mately ~894 students in fiscal y~r 1995. ~GL~A~ONS, G~EL~, A~ L~~: 34 CFR ~7 and ~uca~n Dep~ent Gun~ Ad~nis~tive I~O~A~ON CO~A~S: R~on~ or ~ O~ce: N~t app~able. H~e~e~ O~ce: Dep~ment ~f Edu~fi~n, Divisi~ ~f Student Se~i~, O~e ~f P~s~e~ndary ~a~afi~n, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., W~hingt~n, DC 20202-5249. ~nta~t: ~leen S. Bland. Telephone: (2~2) 7~8~8~. U~e the ~e number f~r ~S. RELA~D PR~S: 84.~2, TRIO~Student Suppo~ Se~i~es; 84.~, TRIO--Talent S~roh; 84.~7, TRIO--Upw~d 84.0~6, TRIO~u~tinnal Oppo~e~ty Center; 8~.103, ~gher Edacatl~n~TRIO S~ T~ning Progr~. EX~L~ OF ~ED PRO~S: Pr~je~ ensuing tha~ eligi- ble students are provided ~p~unities for res~roh ~r ~the~ s~h~larly a~tiviti~ which effe~vdy prep~e ~em f~r do~tor~ study, in~lud~g s~mer ~te~hips ~d semina~, have been val~d. Also, proj~ which provide teto~ng, a~de~ ing ~d aetivi~es desired to ~s~t eli~ble p~eip~ in the pr~j~t in ~u~g adm~sion to ami fin~ei~ ~sis~ for enroll- merit ~ g~d~te progr~ have been ~bli~hed. ~RIA FOR S~G PROPOSAl: For new aw~ds, the S~re~ w~l sel~t appli~ ~der the ~a ~at were ~et f~ in ~7.21 of ~e prog~ reunions. F~ pr~gr~ regula- tions were pub]~hed ~ A~t 25, 1994. 84~18 STATE S~OOL ~RO~~ G~S ~DE~ AG~: OFFICE OF ELEME~ARY AND SEC- ONDLY EDUCATIOn, DEPAR~E~ OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Elemen~y ~d ~dary ~e~6~n A~t ~f 1965, Ti~e I, P~ A, ~tion 1116 ~nd H17~ ~ ~ed, 20 U.S.C. 2825. O~~: To suppo~ th~ eff~ ~f S~te ~u~a~on~ agenci~ ~elp ~1 dis~ ~t pr~l~ ~ ~eff~five Title I ~ OF ~S~: F~ Gr~. U~ ~D USE ~~ONS: F~ must ~e ~d f~r ~v~t p~. N~ f~nds may ~ ~ f~r a~m~afive fua=- tio~. A~t ~: S~te edu=a~ a~i~ (S~ are gra~t~ ~ ~=a~r~ ag~ ~) may apply f~r 828 Beneficiary Eligibilit~ Educat:om~[~ d-.pn~ed ct~3,re~'a i~ i~.~! I F:c~ams benefit. Credentlals/Docmnentation: N~ne- .~PPLICATION .~N'D AW.~RD PROCESS: Presppllcstion Coord~sfion: This t:rcgram ts excI~dcd from age under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: State eduo.ational ager, cies sabmit o~e-time assara~ces to the Department of Education in a~zorda~ce ~4th Section 200.10 of the program regulations. A l~cal educational agency may apply to its SLate educational agency in accordance with 34 CFR 200.37. Award Procedare: Grants are issued to State edacatio~al agencies that may in turn, award subgrants to local educational agencies. Dcadline~: Deadlines are e~tabllshed by each State. Range of Approval/Disapi~roval Time: The range varies with each State. Al~lmals: An LEA whose application is disapproved by the SEA may appeal to the SEA and then to the Department of Education under Section 425 of the General Education Provisions Act. Renewal: None. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Each State receives 0.5 percent of the amount allocated for its Title I, Part A, (LEA grants) and Part D (State Agency Grants) programs, with no State receiving less than $200,000 and no outlying area receiving less than $25,000. Length and Time Phtsing of Assistance: Funds are available for one fiscal year. Unspent funds may be carried forward to the next fiscal year. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: States submit annual performance reports. Audits: In accordance with the Education Department General Ad- ministration Regulations in the Appendix to 34 CFR 80, State and local governments that receive fmuncial assistance of $100,000 or more within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made in accordance with the Appendix to Part 80, or in ac- cordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the pro- grams in which they participate. Records: In accordance with the General Education Provision Act, and the Education Department General Regulations, certain pro- gram records must be maintained for five years, FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-0900-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $27,560,000; FY 96 est not identifiable; FY 97 est $15,0~,000. (Note: The FY 96 est will be determined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program.) Range sad Average of Financial Assistance: For fiscal year 1995, the range is $56,000 to $4,445,0~0; $756,(X]0 to $2,866,000; $499,000. PROGRAM AC~OMPLISItMENTS: No examples are currently avail- able. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: 34 CFR 2(30 and the Chapter 1 Policy Manual are available from the Depart- ment of Education. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Reglontl or ~ Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Office: Department of Education, Compensatory Edu- cation Programs, O~ce of Elementary and Secondary Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-6132. Contact: M~¢ Jean LeTendre. Telephone: (202) 260-2777. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRA~L5: 84.010, Title I Grams to Local Edt~ational Agencies. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: No examFI~ are a~.ai!able at this time. CRITERIA FOR SELECTLNG PROPOSALS: Net IJ TI57691652
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84.220 CEN-fERS FOR LNTERNATIONAL BUSE~ESS EDUCATION FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE ASSIST.~NT SECRE- TARY FOR POSTSECON-DARY EDUCATION, DEPART- MENT OF EDUCATION ALrIHORIZATION: Higher Education Act cf 1965, as amended, Tide VI, Part B, Public Lag, I02-325, 20 U.S.C~ I13~3 a-b. OBJECI'IVF_~: To provide a comprehensive university approach to irnprove the teaching of international business by bringing er faculty from numerous disciplines and to engage in research to promote the interr~tional competitiveness of U.S. business. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Institutions of higher education el- igible for discretionary grant funding must: (a) Es~blish a center advisory council to conduct e~xtensive planning regarding the scope of the center's activities and the design of its programs p~cr to establishing the center; (b) assure ongoing collaboration in the center's establishment and operntion by appropriate faculty from business, management, foreign language, international studies and other professional schools/departments; (c) assure that the center's programs ~e open to students concentrating in these areas; and (d) assure that the recipient institution will use the aid provided to supplement and not to supplant their activities. ELIGIBILITY/ REQUIREMENTS: Al~l~lieant Eliglbifity: Accredited public and nonprofit private institu- tions of higher education, or combinations of such institutions, that establish a center advisory council before the date Federal assist- ance is received may apply. This council will conduct extensive planning concerning the scope of the center's activities and the design of its program prior to establishing tlze center. Beneficiary Eligibility: Students and faculty of accredited institutions of higher education will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplieation Courdlnatiom This program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Eligible institutions may submit proposals for funding of projects when the announcement of a new competition appears in the Federal Register. Application forms and guidelines arc available from the Center for International Education. This program is subject to thc provisions of OMB Circular No. A-l I0. Awed Prneedure: Final recommendations are made to the Secretary of Education following advice from.a panel of consultants devel- oped according to procedures defined by the Education Depart. mcnt General Administrative Regulations. Deadlines: Deadlines for transmitting proposals are announced in the Federal Register. Range of Al~proval/Dlsapproval Time: Approximately 150 days. Apgteals: None. Renewals: Project period may last up to 36 months. Applicants submit performance reports for continuation funding according to instructions published by the Department. Renewals are subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula tnd Mateld~g Requirement:. The Federal sl~re of the cost of centers is: (a) Not more than 90 percent for the fn'st year in which Federal funds are furnished; (b) not more than 70 percent for the second year; and (c) not more than 50 percent for the third year and succeeding years. The nonfederal share for planning, tabl~shing and operating the center may be provided by in.cash or in-kind assistance. Lengt]~ and Time Plms~eg of A~gistance: Grants are awarded for a 36 month pe~dod, subject to the availabi~ty of f~nds. POST ASSISTANCE REQ~'TS: Retrofit: lusli~utions must provide final reports upon completion • e program. F~nan~al reports are als~ req~red. Audits: Recur~ All records s~ppcr~.g chin-~s unde~ gnmts or rela ~t~ng ac.~mmtab~ for awarded funds m~t be available upon request. for three ~ears ai't~r close of the flscal ),ear in which the gx~nt closed cut cr un~ t.~e ~.ntee is no~t~ed of t~e comp~e~ion of a Federal Famncial aud~L ~hichever is later. FL-N.4,N~ LWFOILMATION: Account Identification: 91-0201.0- I-.c0L Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $6,851,00(}; FY 96 est $6,847,(g)0;, and FY 97 est $6,869,C~00. (Note: The FY 96 est wiil be determired upon enactment of the 1996 appropriat/on for ~ program.) Range and Average ef Fhaaeial As~istunee: In 1995, The average new award was $244,000; the average continuation award was $264,0O0. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: In fiscal year 1995, 27 awards were made to eligible institutions. REGULATIONS, GUIDEIMqF~, AND LITERATURE: Regulations are found in 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, and 85. INFORMATION CONTACIS: Regional or ~ Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Office: International Studies Branch, Center for Inter- national Education, Department of Education, 600 Iodependenee Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202-5332. Contact: Susanna C. Easton. Telephone: (202) 401-9780. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.015, National Resource Centers and Fel- lowships Program for Language and Area or Language and Inter- national Studies; 84.153, Business and International Education. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECI'S: Projects that support linkages among international business education, foreign language, and area studies programs at institutions of higher education perform re- search on issues to improve U.S. competitiveness and provide as- sistance to the business community on matters of international commerce. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSK_LS: Applications for awards will be evaluated competitively under selection criteria that in- clnde: (1) Meeting the purpose of the statute (30 points); (2) extent of need for the project (20 points); (3) plan of operation (25 points); (4) quality of key personnel (7 points); (5) budget and cost-effeotivene~ (10 points); (6) evaluation plan (5 points); and (7) adequacy of resources (3 points). 84.221 NATIVE HAWAIIAN SPECIAL EDUCATION FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION AU'I~ORIZATION: Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended, Title IX, Part B, 20 U.S.C. 4007 and 4008. OBJECTIVES: To operate projects addressing the special education needs of Native Hawaiian Students. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RF.S~RICI~IONS: Projects may include: (1) The identification of Native Hawaiian children that are learning dis- abled, mentally or physically handicapped, or require special edu- cation services; (2) the conduct of educational activitle~ consistent with part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act that hold reasonable promise of improving the provision of special edu- cation and related see'ices to Native Hawaiian children that are identified as being handicapped; and (3) appropriate research, eval- uation and related activities pertaining to the needs of such chil- dren. No more than seven percent of the funds appropriated to carry out the provisions of this program for any fiscal year may be used for administrative purposes. Each application for funds under this program must be accompanied by the comments of eagh local eduvational agency serv/ng students participating in the project ELIGIBIIA'I~" REQUIREMEN'I'S: Al~lkamt Eli~'l~llity: State of Hawafi or Native Hag~;i~ crganiza- tizns may apply. Beneficiary Eli~'bRity: Native Hawxi~n students with served l:y grantees v,~l banefi'- 6-96 829 TI5769165~
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Crede~t.~l~,Doc~nent~tiom Ccsts ~fil be determined m ~P~CA~ON ~ AW~ PROS: n~ed by ~e Fede~I a~envy an~ re~r~ ~y OM~ C~e~ A-102 m~t ~ u~ for th~ pro~. ~is pragam [~ di#hle for c~verage ~der E.O. I~7L 'Intergovemm~ Re~4ew ~f F~er- al Programs." ~ applimnt should ~r~uIt the o~ce or o~cifl d~i~ted ~ the single Fo~nt of contact in his or her State for more infomafion on the proe~ the State req~r~ to be followed in applying for ~ismnce, ~ ~e State has ~lccted th~ program for ~ev~e~v. A~fion P~ed~: Applicatio~ if h~d c~ed should be deliv- ered to the Depa~ma~t of ~ucafion AppIi~on Control Center, Koom 3633, KOB Ho. 3, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., XV~h- ington, DC 20202. M~ling ad~: D~p~eat of ~u~on Ap- plication ~ntrol ~nt~r, At~nfion C~A No. ~4.221, ~ Inde- pendence Avenue, SW., W~ngton, DC 20202. Applications are reviewed by fi~d reader. ~eir recommendations ~e considered in approvin~ or ~sapproving an appli~fion. Awed Procedure: Awards are made directly to succ~fal applican~ with no additional redistribution to other parties unl~ proposed by the applic~t. D~n~: Contact the headqu~ters o~ce for application d~dl~es. R~n~e of A~ov~B~p~rov~ T~e: Appro~mately 90 to 180 days. A~p~s: None. RenewS: Upon s~ff review and accepting evidence of ~tisfactory perfo~ance and av~labili~ of f~ds, ~r~ may ba r~ewed an- nually. ASSI~ANC~ CONSIDE~TIONS: Formul~ ~nd M~e~g Requirements: None. ~h ~d T~e Ph~ of ~i~: Funding is gcne~ly for one y~r periods. Awards may ~ made for up to 60 months. Multi- y~r projects are subject so satisfactory progress, ~d a continu- ation application must be submitted for approval for each subse- quent year of th~ project. POST ASSISTAN~ Repot: Progress and fiscal reports ~ required by the award docu- ment must be submitled. A final report is submitted to the Grants O~cer in the Depa~ment of Education upon completion of the proj~t. A~: I~ accord~ce wilh the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ oF S~te and L~a] Government." State ~d Ioc~ governments that receive fin~cia] ~dstance of Sl~,~ or more within the StoiCs fis~l year shall have an audit mad~ for that ye~. State ~d local gove~en~ that receive ~tween and ~I~.~ within the S~te's fiscal year sh~l have au audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and re~lafions ~ovc~ng the pro~r~s in which they participate. Record: All recipients of grits or contrac~ are required ~o re~ain all r~ords relalive to the grant or contract for a ped~ of thxee y~ from the te~ina~on date of the grant or contact. FINiCaL ~O~[ATION: A~nt Idenfi~fion: 91-I~@I-~01. and ~" 97 ~t $SBS,~ ~ote: The ~ 96 ~ w~ ~ d~te~tned u~n ena~em of the 19~5 approp~fion for ~ prog~.) ~e ~d Ave~ ~f F~ ~c~ ~ awed For $I,~,~ w~ made in 199~. PROG~M A~~~: ~,mpleted handb~k for teach- e~ on ~wa~n Pid~ and S~d~d ~nglish plus I0 l~ag~s an~ cultural m~ul~ to ~e ~ed in cl~. Five sites and p~t fac~ors were suppled. De~:nt G~e~ Admi~st~five Regula~m 34 CFR 74, 75, 77. 79, ~0, ~n~ $5 INFO~ON CON~A~: Re~ or ~ ~: Ntt 830 6-96 Headq~er~ Office: Cc.:t_aD: LinSa GIi:lev, E1. Tele~."~c:e: 7.~-9~299. U~e the sa.me number f.=r FTS. REL&TED PROGI;L&-MS: g4.2~. Native Haman:a= Farrai> Bz~ed Ed.~- E3C4uMPLES OF FLrNDED PROJECTS: Ti-e Ha'~,a:i S~te meant cf Eda~:,n i~ c,-wr~afi5 recc~.mg f~mds to s~_-,~rt r:eser- vice teacher training, pre-referral intervention and mah~streazr, i~g, and pr~mofing parent and community invol~ement. CRITERL& FOR SELEC'rING PROPOSALS: The Secretary evataamq nexv applications under the foIIog~ng weighted criteria: (a) Meet- ins the purl:roses of the authorizing statute (30 points); (b) extent of need for the project (20 points); (c) plan of operation {25 points): (d~ quality of key personnel (I0 Faints); (e) budget and cost-effec- tiveness (5 points); (0 evaluation plan (5 points); (g) adequacy of resources (5 points). 84.224 STATE GRANTS FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (Technology Asslstanee Program) FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1988, as amended, Title I, Public Law 100-407. OB,IECTIVES: To provide grants to States to assist them in develop- ing and implementing comprehensive, consumer responsive state- wide programs of technology-related assistance for individuals of all ages with disabilities. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants (Discretionary); Project Grants (Contracts); Dissemination of Technical Information. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Grants are awarded to carry out the functions authorized under the Act. States may provide assist- ance to statewide community based organizations or directly to dividuals with disabilities. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: States, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Territories may apply. Applicants are designated by Governors. Benefieiary Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities, States, and com- munity-based organizations providing services to the disabled will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. OMB Circular No. A-21 for educational inslitutions also applies. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplicatlon Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Application Procedure: This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Unless otherwise directed in the Feder- al Register Announcement, applications should be submitted to the Deparlment of Education, Application Control Center, 600 lode- pen:levee Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202. A~ard Procedure: States submit applications in response to a notice inviting applications published in the Federal Register. Applica- tions are reviewed by independent experts and rated according to published selection criteria. Deadlines: Deadlines are d.-termined annaaIly. Contact the headquar- ters office for further information. Range of Al~l~ro*al/Disapi~rnval Time= Approximately fear montl~. AIR~als: None. Renewals~ Initial ~,wamts are for three .~ears g~th tke potent~a~ of a ~g~:, 5ear extension if the granl hx~ der~mstrated signi~:a,~t Fr.~gre~a in a~:h:e;ing ~¢ parlr,-~ses ,:f fl'e Ant. TI57691654
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ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula aml Matdtiag Requirement¢: Lengt~ and T~me Phasing of A~sirtmtce: T~ce ~a~ de~eI~pment gr~nts, potentially foIlo~ed ~, t~o-~e.~r extension grant~ are awa~le& S~tes prev~eu~l) pm'ti=patmg re~ei~e x pd~d~y POST ,~ I~ R~: De~ pr~gr~ repo~ are required ann~lly. ~: In accor~nce ~i~ ~e ~rovisions ¢f OMB Circul~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of Sta~e ~d ~c~ Government," S~te and local govemmen~ that receive fin~=i~ ~e of $I~,~ cr more ~I~ ~e S~'s F~ y~ shall ~ve ~ audit made for ye~. S~te ~d 1~ govemmea~ that receive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ gq~in the S~te's fiscM y~r shall have ~ audit made ~ a~ord~ce ~ Circular No. A-128, ~r in accordan~ with Federal laws ~d regulations governing the progr~ in w~ch they p~icipate. Record: R~ordkeep~g req~remen~ ~d reg~ations ~e included in the s~tute. ~AN~ ~FO~MA~ON: Accost Ideation: 91-0~I-~1-5~. Obli~ons: (G~) ~" 95 $39,249,~; ~" 96 est $36,109,~; and ~ 97 ~t $39,249,~. ~8e ~d Average of Fin~ci~ ~h~ce: Development gr~ to S~t~ average $585,~. Fimt exte~ion gran~ average $673,~; second extension grants average $774,~ te~tori~ average $150,~. PROG~ ACCOMP~H~S: Fifty-six aw~ds were made in fis~ year 1995. ~GU~ONS, G~ELIN~, ~D LI~RATURE: Program reg- Mations were published on M~ch 1, 1996. State grit regulations ~11 be found in ~ucation Department Gener~ Administralive Reg~afions P~ 80 and 34 CFR 345. I~O~A~ON CONTA~S: ReOonal or L~I O~ce: Not applicable. H~dq~em Office: NIDRR, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-2572. Contact: Carol O. Cohen. Tele- phone: (202) 205-5666. Use the ~me number for ~S. RELA~D PROG~MS: 84.133, National Institute on Di~bility and Rehabili~tion Res~rch. E~PL~ OF ~ED PROJE~S: Grantees car~ out a variety of activiti~ ba~d on ~e functions authorized under the Act. ~ FOR SELE~ING PROPOSAl: Crite~a are included in the regulations. 84.229 L~GUAGE RESOUR~ CENTERS ~DE~L AGENt: OF~CE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR PO~ECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~HO~ON: ~gher ~ucation Act, Title VI, P~t A, Section ~3, ~ amended, 102-325. OB~: To improve ~e Nation's capacity to teach and l~ foreign l~guag~ eff~fively by sup~rting the establishment, str~The~g, ~d operations of language resource centers at insti- tutions of hi~er ~ucation. ~ OF ~I~AN~: Project Gran~; Project G~n~ (Contract). US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Funds may be used to ~t out acfi~fi~ to improve the t~ching ~d l~ming of forei~ lan- g~g~. ~ activities may ~vlude: (a) The conduct of r~ch on new ~d improv~ meth~ for teach~ng foreign l~ges, in- cluding the use of ~v~c~ educa~onal technology; ~) the d~el- opment of new mat~s for t~ching foreign l~guag~ to refl~t ~e r~ults of r~ch on effective teaching strategies; (c) the de- velopment ~d application cf ~ffo~ce tes~ng that i~ appropri- ate for u~ in ~ ed~eafio~l se~ting tc~ ~ us~ ~ a ~ndard me~- ~t of s~l levels in forei~ ~guage: (d) the tr~ning of t~ch~ in ~e ad~in~tra~on ~d inte~re~ti~,n of foreign lan- g~ge pe~o~ve t~, the ~ of eft~etNe t~ch~g strate~ and the ~ of new t~hnolo~ (e) the public,on of ~ ~t~ ~ ~e l~ c~mm~nly ~ught ~oreign l~g~g~; ~d 03 £s, ~nd impro'.ed pedagegi~ st~egie$ to ~e ~rtseeond~ ~e ~t ~o~. ~G~" A~li~t ~b~: A~re~d A~e~ ~:~at~cr~ ~f h~her e~- Cr~~~n: ~s pr~am is ex~aded from coverage under OMBCi~eul~ No. A-87. APPLICA~ON ~ AWeD PROS: Pr~U~fi~ ~afi~: ~is pro~ is excluded from cover- age under E.O. 12372. ~ urogr~ is excluded from coverag~ und~ O~ C~ul~ No. A-102. A~fion Proced~ EIi~ble insftutions may suhmit for fuad~g when the ~ounccment of a new competition is ~sued ~ ~e Fed~al Re~ter. Appli~tion fo~s and guidelin~ for the sub~on of appl~6ons are available from th~ Advanced TrMning and R~e~eh Br~h. ~s pro~ is sub~eet to the pro- visions of OMB Cire~ ~o. A-1 I0. Awed Pr~d~e: F~ r~o~enda~ons are made to the Seere~D, fo~ow~g advice from a p~el of consult~. D~Mes: ~ial d~dI~e will be announced in the Federal Regis- t~. R~ge of A~rov~a~roval ~[me: Approximately 90 days. Ap~: ~ere are no app~s. RenewS: ~gher eduction institutions selected to receive funds for the ~ree y~ pha~d pro~am may s~bmit annual petfo~ee ports for the cont~uation of support. Renew~s are subj~t to the av~lab~ity of ~nds. ASS~T~ CONSIDERATIONS: Form~ ~d Mat~g R~men~: None. ~n~ ~d T~e ~ng of ~ce: Gr~ are aw~ded for 12 month pe~ subject to renew~s of one or two years. Renewals ~e subject to ~e availabEity of funds. P~ ~SIST~ REQUiEmS: Repot: F~d~ cente~ must provide final repots upon completion of the 36 month procure. Au~: All ~m~al re~or~ will ~ subje~t to audit by the Department of Education at any time within three years after expiration of the ~ants. Record: All re~ords supposing claims under grants or relating to the a~untabili~y for awarded funds must be available upon re- quest: 1) For ~ee ye~s after ~lose of the fis~ y~r in which the grant ~p~ed or 2) until the grant~ is notified of the completion of the F~e~ ~m~ial audit, whichever is later. ~NAN~AL ~O~ON: Accost I~on: 91-0201-0-1-502. Oblation: (Gr~) FY 95 $2,~,~; ~ 96 ~t $2,140,~; and ~ 97 ~t $2,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t will ~ dete~ined u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program.) R~ge ~d Av~ge of F~i~ ~is~ce: The average 1995 award ~ $~,~. PROG~ ACCON~L~I~S: Six aw~ds were made in 19~5. ~GU~ONS, G~~, A~ LIT~TU~: 34 CFR 655 ~d 669. ~O~ON CO~A~: Re~o~ or ~ O~e~ Not up,liable. H~e~ ~ce: Adv~ced Training ~d R~e~ch Branch~ ~nter for ~te~atio~al ~aca~on, O~¢e of Higher Eda¢ation Prog~ O~ce of Pos~ondary Education, Department of ~ucafion, ~ lnde~nd~ee Argue, SW., W~hin~on, DC 20202-5331. Contact: Jane L Jordan. Telephone: (202) ~1-9785~ U~ the ~e n~m~ for ~g~D PR~: 84.015, Nafi~n~ Re~rce Cente~ ~d Fel- lows~i~ Pro~ f~r ~g~ge ~d Ar~ or L~ge and Inter- ~fion~ Sta~; 84.016, Underg~d~te Inte~tion~ Studies ~d Forei~ ~ge Pro~; g4.017, In~e~o~ R~r~h 6-96 831 TI57691655
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~~ OF ~ PRO~S: (I) ~e Oe~r~eto'~ ~ty/~nter for Appli~ Linzai~fi~ Na~on~ Fore~ R~urce ~n~er is con~u-~g i~ r~ch ~ ~ning ac~t~ b~lding upon aehiev~en~ made dutng the l~t funding cycle. ~e Sch~l of ~guag~ ~d L~tics at Georgetown ~ a ~dd s~te for some res~rch aetivi~, ~ do Io~ school sys- te~ in M~q~d ~d Virgin. ~e ~nter is tr~ng tezehers the ad~stration and ~te~re~tion of forei~ l~guage ~ t~; ~ng t~ehe~ in forei~ I~age teaching and l~g stra~; IrOning t~ehe~ in the use of technology in foreign language teaching: conducing forei~ I~guage learning strategy r~arch; and develop~g foreign l~g~ge t~ts. (2) San Diego State Unive~ity's ~guage Acquisition R~ource ~nter (L~C) is building upon the foundation la~d in the first cycle of Federal funding by cont~ng r~rch and developm~t in the ~eas of l~guage testing, strate~es ~or t~ehing and learning lan- guage, ~d advanced us~ of technology. LARC h~ shifted iC~ focus dudng the ~cond funding cycle to the development ~d im- plemen~tion of a national IrOning m~el that ineo~orates previ- ous res~reh ~d development. ~e tr~nlng is d~i~ed to impact language inst~ction in K-12 and postsecondary institutions. During this cycle, LARC is: Developing a nafion~ m~el of lan- guage t~cher t~ning; conducting rose,oh, development and tra~ing ~ alternative l~guage t~fing; developing and t~ing educators ~ effective strate~ for t~ching and l~ing lan- guages; ~d Ironing educators ~ strategies for integrating technol- ogy into language cu~ieula. (3) ~e University of Hawaii is also building on the exist~g s~ucture ~d accomplishments of the cur- ren~y funded Center. Al~ough ~e Center foe~es p~ficularly on l~guages of Asia and the Pacific in its training, curriculum, and res~rch activities, it also includes German, Rupiah, ~d other Eu. rope~ languages in its effo~, The Center is organized around six eom~nent are~: ~dagogy and psycholinguistics; soeiolinguisties ~d cros~ultur~ pragmatics; materials and methods development; l~guage testing: technology and telecommunications; and re- source provision for foreign I~guage rese~ehers. Projects at the Center ~e e~ried out by a project team ~d generally cut aeros~ are~ of emph~is, including several of the components listed above. ~e following ty~ of programs are eu~ently underway: A prog~ of National Foreign Lang~ge Fellows; A program of Nation~ Foreign Lan~age Interns; Dis~mination of materials ~d r~eareh r~ults, ~cluding print, video/audio, and electronic media: A se~ of summer institut~ in tether IrOning and mate- rials preparation: and Rese~ch ~d matetals development projects. CR~ FOR SELE~ING PROPOSe: 34 CFR 655.31(a)-(e). 669.21 ~d ~9.22 apply to the L~guage R~ource Centers Pro- gram. 84.2~ PROJE~S WITH I~USTRY (PWI) ~DER~ AGENt: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RE~BILITATIVE SERVICES, DE- PART~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Rehabili~fion Act of 1973, Title VI, Part Public ~w 93-112; ~bli¢ ~w 99-506: Public ~w 102-569. 29 U.S.C. 795g. O~~: To cr~te and expand job and c~eer opportunifi~ for Mdivid~s ~4~ d~bilifi~ ~ ~e eom~titive lair market, to provide a~propfiate placement resourc~ by engag~g private in- dmt~ in ~g ~d placem~L ~ OF ~~ Pro3eet Gr~; Project Gr~ (~o~ra- five Agr~en~). U~ ~D U~ ~~ONS: Fands ~y ~ ~ed to proj~ to prep~e pe~ ~J~ ~bi~6~ for gMnfM employ- mont. ~y indu~tfi~, basin,s, cr cemmere~ enterpfis~ labor u~on employe~ eo~i~• rehab~ticn ~ ~rovider; ~n~ cr ~er a~ezc~ cr crg~.cn ~ ~e ~Faci~~ to Applier EU~bi~': Pr~jec~ ~ith i35~' ~ ~e a~d~ to e~,pIc, yer~ labor a~ns, Frofit m~g ard n~n~rofit ergo- tides, institfitions, ~5 State v~ation~ reha~ili~fion agenci~. Granm ~aot be made d~ectly to ~vid~s. Beneflc~ ~i~b~: Individu~s ~ phy~i~l, m~t~, l~g or emotion~ di~bilities or ~dividuals wi~ sev~e di~bilifi~. Credenfi~en~fion: Cos~ ~411 be dete~i~ in aceord~ce with OMB Circul~ No. A-87 for State ~d I~ govemm~. Costs will be dete~ined in accord~ce wi~ OMB C~eul~ No. A-21 for ed~cation~ institutions. Cost will be dete~ed in ae- cord~ce with OMB Circular No. A-122 for nonprofit orgY- lions. APP~CA~ON ~D ASVARD PRO~S: Pr~ppB~fion Coordinaton: ~is program is subject to the provi- sions of ON~ Circular No. A-102. ~is pro~ is eli~ble for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovemmen~ Review of Feder- al Programs." An applic~t should consult the o~ce or o~fl designated as the single point of contact in h~ or her State for more info~ation on the proc~s the State requir~ to be followed in applying for resistance, if the State has selected the pro~ for review. Appli~fion Proced~e: Appli~tions should be submitt~ to ~e Dm payment of Education, Application Control Center. Attention: CFDA 84.234, ~ Maryland Avenue, SW., W~ngton, DC 20202-4725. ~e stand~d application ~t ~ furnished by ~e Fed- eral agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must ~ used for this progr~. Department of ~ueation No. 80-~13 must also be submitted. Awed Procedure: Awards are made on approv~ of the ~mmi~ion- or, RSA, and the Assistant Secretary, OSERS, for new proj~ and the Commissioner, RSA, for continuation projects. De~nes: Con~et ~e progr~ manager at ~e h~dq~e~ o~ for application d~dlin~. Range of Aooroval/Di~pBrovfl Time: The range is appro~ately 150 to 180 days. Aop~ls: None. Renewfls: Projects with multi-year project periods may be continued b~ed on annual review of accomplishment, compli~ce ~di~tors and availability of adequate funds. Renewals are available only through the continuation application proems. ASSISTANCE CONSIDE~TIONS: Formula ~d Matching Requirement: A 20 percent match is re- quired. Len~ and Time Phming of A~h~nce: Project suppo~ may be available up to 60 months. POST ~SISTANCE REQUIREMEnt Re~: Annufl financifl repots, compli~ce indictor da~ ~d r~ ports of progress must be submitted as r~red by the grit award terms and conditions. Audi~: Audits must be conduet~ on a confin~g b~is or at ~hed- uled intervals. In accordance with the provisions of OMB Cireul~ No. A-128, "Audits of State and L~fl Government" S~te ~d local governments that receive fi~eial ~is~ce of $1~,~ or more within the S~t~' fise~ year ~all have an audit made for that year. State ~d !~ govemmen~ ~at re~ive betw~n $25,~ and $1~,~ within the S~t~' fi~fl y~ s~ ~ve ~ audit made in accord~ce with Circal~ No. A-128, or ~ accord- ~ce with Federal laws and regulations gove~g the progr~ in which they pa~eipate. Nonprofit org~fiom ~ have ~ audit made at l~st eve~, lwo yea~ in accord~ee ~fi~ circular No. A-lID. Record: Final recor~ m~t be maintained for the ~fi~d of ~e s~cifi~ m ~e ~t awed. ~~ INTO~N~ON: A~unt Id~fi~ 91-0301-0-1-5~6, ~d ~" q7 ~I ~071,CEO. INDic: ~e ~" 96 ~t ~1 be det~- 832 6-96 TI57691656
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~ ~ A~e~ of F~ .~ ~ge for ccn~n~tions $30,~ to S3~9.~: SIT~,~. N~w a~ds Sl~.~ to SZOL~. t~e ~ic S~te ~nt pro~. For 1~95. 121 P~q ~roj~ were fund~. (A} ~ucadon Depa~ment O~aer~ Administrative Regulations ~DGA~) in 34 C~ 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, ~1, ~2, 8~, and 86; ~d lh~ repletions for this pro~am ~n 34 C~ 369 and 379 apply. I~O~ON ~a~ or ~ O~ce: State V~lion~ Rehabilitation Age~ci~ or lhe RSA Re~on~ Offices. See Append~x ~ of the ~talog for a l~t of RSA Regton~ ~e~ O~e~ Rehabilitation Se~ic~ Adm~ist~tion, Office of A~ist~t Secrem~ for Sp~ial ~ucat]on ~d Rehabilitation Services, Depa~meat of ~ucation, ~ Independence Avenue, W~h]n~on, DC 20202. Contact: Ms. Cons~ce Pledger. Tele- phone: (20D 20~-832~. Use th~ mine number for ~S. ~D PR~IS: 84.126, Kehabili~tion Se~ic~--Vo~tional Rehabili~tion Grants ~o S~tes; ~.128, ~ehabilitafion Se~ic~ Service Project. EXAMPL~ OF ~D PRO$~: Projec~ have ~ea f~ded cr~te ~d m exp~d job oppo~fi~ for pe~o~ with by ~mblishing approp~am job placement se~ces, prodding per- sons w~ d]~bfiit]~ with tr~nlng in realistic work seti~gs, and developing prog~ ]n geographically unsexed ar~. ~A ~OR S~E~NG PROPOSAl: ~unding pHofifi~ are announced in the ~eder~ Re~ster. Perso~ se~ed under these projec~ m~i be iad]vidu~s with disabilities or individu~s with sever~ di~bilifies ~ dete~ned by the appropriate S~te v~alion- al rehabili~tion uniL In making such a dete~inafion the State unit reH~ upon info~afioa submitted by the project. Appli~- tions for d~cretiona~ gran~ are subject to peer review proce- dures lcad~g to re~mmendafions for approval or disapproval by Fede~ ~d nonfederal expel. CHteria for eval~ting applications ~e published in program and Depa~mea¢ regulations 34 C~ and 379. 84~S SP~C~ PROSE~S ~D DEMONST~TIONS FOR PROVIDING YOCA~ONAL REHA~ATION S~RYI~S TO INDIVIDUALS WITH SE~ DISABlerS ~ AGEN~: O~IC~ O~ ASSISTANT S~C~TARY ~O~ SPECIAL ~DUCATION AND R~HABILITATIVR S~VIC~S, D~PA~Th~NT O~ ~DUCATION A~OR~ON: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title III, Section ~ll(a), ~), ~d (e). Title VIII, Section 802, ~ ~ended, Public ~w 102-569. OD$~ To provide fin~cial assls~ce ~o p~ec~ for exp~d- ~g ~d o~e~i~ improv~g v~tion~ rehabifitafioa se~vic~ ~d o~er re~bilimfion ~rvices for individuals with severe di~bilit~. ~P~ OF ASS~TANCE: Proj~t Gr~. US~ ~ USE R~RI~ONS: Authorized acti~ti~ under this prog~ include c~,ing out s~cial proj~ conceded with ~bl~hing pro~ for ~p~ding or othe~'~e improving ~o~ re~b~i~n ~'ic~ ~d oth~ re~biH~on ~ces to in- di~d~ wi~ di~bilifi~, es~ly ~o~ that ~e the m~t severe- ly ~bl~. Proj~ts may ~so ~ conducted to meet the sp~l n~d~ of ~di~d~s that ~e ~'cd or un~cr~'~. Appl)~ng new ~ or patter~ ef servic~ or devic~ for ~div~ls with di~bEifi~ (~cluding pro~ for providing op~n~iti~ for new ~ and ~r~r adv~cemen~); o~rafing pro~s to dem- ~di~ ~-~ d~ilifi~ o~afing prog~ to meet ~e p~ly ~ong A~ l~dia~ r~d~ng cn ~r ~u~ide cf r~- ~J~:u dL¢abi[it:~ ~o pr~:cle job tr~iriag [o l~re!~re them fvr cntr~' into the labor ELIGIBH.ITY Applier ~bifi~ E~i~b~e a~F~ are S~t~ ~ubli~. ~d c~er n:~prcfit org~on~ ~ s~:ed in ~4 C~ 373.2, a~d 3761 ~ ~ot ~ ~e ~recfly to indi~d~s. B~ E~iH~': B~fit~g ~e inflN~d~ wi~ physiC, m~m], I~mi~g cr ~otionM problems. Pe~o~ who may be s~'cd ~cludc, b~t ~c not l~m~ted to. ~osc wh~ ~c d~, blind, m~bfli~ imputed, etc. C~denfl~um~om ~s~ will bs dete~ined in accord~cc with OMB Circul~ No. A-87 for Sm~e ~d locd Governments. Cos~ m~ll Mso ~ dare,ned in accordance with O~ Circular No. A-21 for educafionM APPLICA~ON A~ AW~ PR~ P~fi~fiom Coor~x~: ~s program is subject to the prosd- signs of OMB Circular No. A-102. This pro~ is efi~ble for coverage ~der E.G. 12372, 'Intergovemmenlal Review of Fedcr- ~ Pro~s." ~ applic~t should consult the office or official designated ~ ~e s~gle point of contact in his or her State for more info~afion on ~c proems the State requ]r~ to bc followed ~ applying for ~is~cs, if the S~te h~ selec~d the program for review. Ap~li~on ~ure: Applications should be submitted to ~c De- p~ment of ~ucation, Application ~ntrol Center. Attention: (CFDA 8~23~), ~ Ma~l~d Avenue, SW., W~hin~on, DC 2~02~725. The s~d appli~on kit ~ furnished by the Fed- eral agency ~d required by OMB Circul~ No. A-102 must be ~cd for t~s progr~. ED No. 80-~13 must Mso bc submitted. Awed Pr~e~ Aw~ds ~e made on approval of ~e Commission- er, RSA ~d the ~sls~nt Secrc~ry, OSERS, for new projcc~ and ~e Comm~ioner, RSA, for comin~tion pro~cts. D~: Con~ct the h~dquartcrs office, RSA, for application d~dl~. R~ge of Approwl~B~prov~ Time: The r~ge ~ approximately 1~ to 180 days. Ap~ None. Re~ew~: Projects wlth multi-y~r periods may be continued b~ed on a~u~ review of accompHshmen~ ~d availability of adequate fun~. Renew~s are available through the con~ualion appli~tion proem. ~SIST~ CONS~E~TIONS: Form~ md Matching Requirement: This progr~ h~ no statutory fo~a or matching rcquircmcnis. Len~ ~d Ti~ Ph~ing of ~ce~ Gran~ are awarded for up to 36 months. PO~ ~SI~CE REQU~M~TS: Re~ Ann~ finmciM rc~ ~d rc~ of progr~s must be submitted ~ pr~cdbcd by ~ award ~rms ~d conditions. ~]nal ~ciM and progr~ma~c re~ are required at the end of ~hc fin~ project y~. A~ None. Record: F~ records m~¢ ~ maintained for the perils of time s~cified in th~ grit awed. FINANC[~ INFO~ON~ Accost Iden~on: 91-0~01~-1-506. Ob~fio~ (Gr~) ~ 9~ $19,~,~ ~' 96 ~t $14,~,~ ~d ~e ~ Ave~e of ~ei~ ~¢e: Not Ava~able. PR~ AC~~i~: In fiscM y~ 1995, approxi- ~tely I~ ~ were aw~d~. ~G~TIONS~ G~~, AND ~ITE~TURE~ Regulations: (A} ~e ~u~fion ~menl G~neral Adm~trafive Re,le- mons ~GAR) in 34 C~ 74, 75, 77, 79, ~d ~) ~e re~lafio~s for ~ ~rog~ in 34 C~ 359 and 373 apply. the RSA Re,Gad O~c~. S~ App~d~ ~ of ~e ~mlvg for a 6-96 833 T157691657
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Headqur~ers Officm Reh~bd:~z~n Se~;ce~ Adm~-.~rat:c,~. O~ce d~e S~.{~. Depa~t cf ~ucafi~n, W~cn, DC ~ntact: ~o~ E ~n~P~ TeIeFhone: t202) 205-9796 U~ the ~e num~ fzr Reha~iIiM~n G~nts to Sta~e; ~4.128, R~a~iMti~n ~ce Pr~ec~. E~3~ OF ~ED PRO~S: F~ed pro~ects incl~de: T~s~tion se~'ices; 2) pro~ects to incre~e client choice; 3) se~i¢~ to people with traumatic brMn in3ury; 4) long-te~ se~- ic~ to ~ple with men~ illn~s; 5} ~,ices to low-fun~oning adul~ who ~e d~ or h~d of being; O f~nctio~! ~me~t of cognitive disorder; and ~ t~inMg =d placement of i~divid~ls who able d~gs other than McohoL ~ FOR SE~NG PROPOSAl: Funding published in the Federal Re#s~er. Applications for discretional, grants are subject to peer review pr~edur~ l~ding m r~om- mendations for approvM or disapprovM by FederM ~d nonfede~! expem. Criteria for evaluating applications ~e published in pro- grin and dep~ent regu~tions (M C~ 369 and 373). 84.237 SPEC~L EDUCA~ON--PROG~ FOR CHILDREN WITH SERIOUS EMO~ONAL DISTU~ANCE FEDE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND ~BILITATIVE SERX~CES, DEPARTMENT OF EDOCA~ON AUTHO~TION: IndividuMs with Disabiliti~ Education Act, See- tion 627, Public ~w 101M76; 20 U.S.C. 1426. OBJE~I~S: To establish projects for the purpose of improving spe- cial education and relined servie~ to children and yomh with seri- ous emotional disturbance. ~PES OF ASSISTANt: Project Grits; Project Grants (Con- tracts); Project Grants (C~perative ABreements). US~ ~D USE ~TRI~ONS: Support may be provided for projec~ to improve special education and related services for chil- dren and youth with serious emotional disturb~ce. Demonstration projects to provide services for children and youth with serious emotional disturbance are supported. Funds for demonstration proj~ts may be used to fa~limte interagency and private sector r~source pooling to improve servie~ for chiMren and youth with ~Hous emotional disturbance, lnformmion ~d UMning for those involved with, or who could be involved with, children and youth ~th serious emotional disturbance may Mso be supported. ELIGIBILI~ REQUIREMENt: Ap~t EU~ility: Institutions of higher education, State and local educational agenci~, and other appropriate public ~d private nonprofit institutions or agencies may apply. Be~fl~i~ EIi#bili~: Infants, toddlers, ch~dren, and youth with d~abilifies served by gr~te~/contracto~ will benefit. Credent~s~men~tion: Costs will be detained in with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and loom gove~ments. OMB Circular No. A-21 for educationM institutions applies. APPLICATION AND AW~ PRO~S: ~ea~pli~fien C~r~a6on: The s~ad~d aFpli~tion fo~s ~ fur- hissed by the F~er~ agency ~d reqa~ed by OMB Circular No. A-102 m~t be ~d for th~ program. ~is progr~ cov~age ~d~ E.O. 12372, '~tergovemm~ Review of F~er- al Programs.'" ~ ap#ie~t should consult ~e o~ee or o~eial d~ignated as the sin#e ~t of conta,t in Ms or her State for more info~afion on t~e pr~e~ the State r~uir~ to be followed in applying for ~is~ce, if the State h~ ~Mcted ~e progrm for re,dew. A~flon ~m: Appli~ons for ~ award m~t ~d delN~erefl by t~e closing date. A~ a~ti~fion sent by ~1 m~t ~ addr~6 to the Dep~t of ~ntrol ~nter, Attention: C~A N~ber, ~O M~Iand A~ae. SW. ~'~Lingtor~, DC 202024725. An ~d delivered m'~t ~e taken to th~ Depa~ment Applic~tioa Control Cer, t~r, Rc<~ 3533, Regional O~ce B~ding 3, 7th ~d D S~ee~ SW.. W~ ~pcv, De. AFplimt~m ~e re- ~p~ro~al or &~Fro~al. ~;s Frog~ is suhj~t t~ the crUMB Circul~ N~. A-II0 Aw~ ~ A~ ~e made d~rectl~ to sacral ap~lic~ ~ith no addifi~nM red~st~hatizn to o~er p=d~ unI~ by the applicant. ~i~: S~ific d~d~n~ ~e announced ann~Iy in ~e Fed,ml Re~ter. Sep~ate ¢ompe~flons are held. ~nM~ the program office for more information. ~ge of A~rova~ro~ ~ime: ~e range is a~prox~ately to 1~0 days. A~: Not apglicable. RenewS: Fu~fling is genially for a one-year period and a maxi- mum of five-ye~s. Multi-year projec~ may receive continuation funding based on stuff revMw, satisfactory pe~o~ce, ~d the avaBability of fun~. ASSIgneE CONS~E~TIONS: Fomfla ~d N~tc~g Requiremen~ None. ~n~h ~d T~e Ph~ng of ~ce: Funding ~ gene~ly for a one-year pe~. Aw~ds are generally ~nounced for up to 24 or 36 mont~. It is possible to m~e awar~ for 12 or up to mouths. Multi-ye~ projects are subject to the av~lability of funds and to satisfactory progress and a continua~on application must be sub~tted for approv~ for each subsequent year of the project. POST ASSIST~ ~QUI~MENTS: Repo~ Progre~ ~d fis¢~ rep~ ~ required by awed d~ument. A final repo~ is submitted to the Grants Officer in the Depot- merit of ~ucafion upon completion of the pro~ect. Aunts: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circuit No. A- 128, "Audits of S~te ~d Local Gove~ents," S~te ~d local governmen~ that receive financial ~sist~ce of $1~,~ or more within the S~te's fiscM ye~ shall have an audit made for that year. State ~d 1~ governmen~ that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within the S~te's fiscal year shall have ~ audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accord~ce with FederM laws ~d regulations governing the progr~s in which they pa~icipate. Re~r~: All recipients of grants or contracts are required to retain records relative to the grant or contract for a pe~od of three years from the termination date of the grit or contract. ~NANCIAL INFORMA~ON: Acc0~t Idenfifi~tion: 91~3~2-1-501. ObH~fi~: (Grits and contracts) FY 95 $4,147,~ ~ 96 ~t not identifiable; and ~ 97 ~t $0. ~ote: ~e FY 96 est will ~ deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 approp~a~on for this progr~; the FY 97 est will be determined upon completion of the r~uthor- ization of the progr~. Range and Avenge of ~clal ~ce: $1~,~ to $150,~ for the first y~r: $250,~. PROG~M ACCOMPLISHME~S: ~or fiscal year 1995, 26 aw~ds were made. ~GULA~ONS, GUIDEL~, AND L~TURE: Re~iations publish~ November 4, 1991; 34 CFR 328. INFO~IATION CO~A~: R~io~ or ~ Offi~: Not applicable. Headqa~e~ O~: U.S. Dep~ment of ~ucation, O~ce of Spe- ci~ ~uca~ion. ~ ~de~nd~ce Avenue SW., W~gton, DC 202~ Con~ct: Do~ Andre. Telephone: (202) 205-8125. U~ the ~me humor for RE~A~D PR~: ~.023, Special Education--I~ovadon ~d Devetopmenq 84.086, Spec~ ~eation--Prog~m for ~verely Di~bl~ ChOSen. E~PLES OF ~ED PROJE~S: O~e~fi~ng ~e system ~f care. A nee~ b~ m~e] of SED ~rvic~ ~d comping si~n~" g~t~c~ for ~ude~ wx~h SED. ~T~ FOR S~NG PROPOSAl: A~ [r~e~ and ~P'~ f~r contrac~. Criteria ~3r e~atmg a~li~Uo~ 834 6-96 T157691658
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84,240 PROGRA~M OF PROTECHON AND ADVOCACY OF INDB~DUAL RIGHTS FEDEtL~J., AGENCT: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION ALrI~ORIZATION: Rehahilitafion Act of 1973, Title V, Section 509, as amended, Public Laws 93-112, 99-506, Public La~v 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 79fig; 42 U.S.C. 10S01 et seq. OBJECTI%rES: To provide grants for States to establish systems for protection and advncacy for the right~ of individuMs with disabil- ities. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Federal funds are used to support a system in each State to protect the legal and human rights of in- dividuals with disabilities who need services that are beyond the scope of the Client Assistance Program (CAP) under Section 112 of the Act and are ineligible for the protection and advocacy pro- grams under Part C of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act (DDA) and the Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill Individuals Act of 1986 (PAMI) or who need services that are not available from CAP, DDA, or PAMI. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Elig~ility: State designated protection and advocacy sys- tems agencies may apply. Territories may also apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities will benefit. Credentlals/Documentatian: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Prcapplication Coordination: The standard application forms as fur- nished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 mt~st be used for this program. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected this program for review. Application Procedure: Any application for a grant must contain an assurance that the agency designated to conduct the program will have the authority to pursue legal, administrative, and other ap- propriate remedies to insure the protection of the rights of individ- uals with disabilities. The State shall also assure that this program will be independent of any designated State unit that provides services under Title I of the Rehabilitation Act to those individ- uals, and that the agency designated to conduct the program will utilize mediation techniques to the maximum extent feasible prior to administrative or legal remedies. Award Procedure: Once the approved applications have been re- ceived, awards are made on the basis of the relative population of eaoh State. The minimum allotment is $100,000 for States and $50,000 for Territories. Dem~llnes: Contact the regional office for application deadlines. Pamge of Approval/Disapproval Time: From 60 to 90 days. Appeals: None. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: None. Lengtk and Time Phasing of Assistance: Annual formula grants. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: A report describing the types of services and activities being undertaken by programs funded under the progrm-n, the total number of individuals served, the types of disabilities rel~re- seated by such individuals, and the types of issues being addressed on behalf of such individ~zds. Audits:. In accordance with the provis'~ons of OMB Circul~r No. A- 128, "Audits cf State and Local Governments:' State and l~cal govvrnmcn~ Sat receive financial assistan:e of S100,000 or more ~dthln the Sla:e's fis-~xI }ear shalI h~e an a~:dit made for teat and Sl~,~ ~J~in the S~te's fia~ y~ shMI have an mad: in acc~r~ze ~ Circul~ No. A-12~, cr ~ wi~ Fvde~ laws ~d regulations go~e~ing ~e pro~s in ~hich they varficiFate. Recor~ ~nM recor~ must be main~ned for three years after g~t en~ or until all audit questions are r~Ived. ~AN~ ~O~iA~ON: Accost Idenfifi~fiom 91~]01-~1-506. Obligation: (Gm~) ~ 95 $7,456,~; FY 96 est $7,456,~; and ~ 97 ~t ~ge ~d Average of Fin~eitl ~ist~ce: $50,~ to $1~,~. PROG~I ACCO3~LIS~: In fis~l ye~ 1995. about 58,~ ~divid~s were served. ~G~A~ONS, G~DEL~S, A~ L~E: S~don 509 of the Rc~bili~tion Act of 1973, as ~ended. FinM program regula- tions were promulgated on August 12" 1993. ~ese regulations wffi be published at ~ C~ 381. ~O~IA~ON CO~A~S: Re#~ or ~ Office: Info~afion may bc obtained from the Re- #o~1 Cool,loner, Rehabilitation Services Administration listed in Appcn~x IV of the Catalog. H~dqum¢m Office Rchab~mtion Services Ad~nistration, OSERS, Dep~ment of Education, MES Building, Room 3326, 330 C S~ccL SW., W~hington, DC 20202-2575. Contact: Mark Shoob. Telephone: (202) 205-9406 (Voice) or (202)732-1352 ~). Use ~c sam~ umber for ~S. ~TED PROG~: 84.161, Rehabilitation Se~ic~Client As- sismcc Program. E~P~S OF ~ED PROJE~S: ~c progr~ served individ- u~s seeing info~ation ~d refe~al service on a variety of sub- jcc~ related to rehabilitation se~ic~. CRI~R~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSES: Selection criteria for this program include: meeting the purposes of the authorizing stat- ute. 84.~2 NATIONAL SCONCE SCHOLARS ~DE~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~ON: Excellence in Mathematics, Science. and Engi- nee~g Education Act of 1990, Title VI, P~ A, Section 601-606, Public Law 101-589, 20 U.S.C. 5381-86; Public Law 102-103, Sec- tion 314(a); Public Law 102-325; Public Law 103-382. ~e author- imfion for ~is progr~ w~ repealed by Public Law 103-382. OB~E~: To pro~de schol~ships m undergr~uate pos~econd- ~y education studan~ in order to promote paaicipation and cellencc in the life, physic~ ~d computer science, mathematic, and en#nccfing. To s~angthcn and encourage I~de~hip in the United States in such fields. To at~act tMented stud~ts to t=ch- ing c~eers in mthmafic~ sciences, and en#neering. ~ OF ASSI~: Direct Payments for S~cified Use. US~ ~D USE ~~ONS: ~e~ Presidential schola~hips are awarded to ~sist undcrgrad~tc students majoring in the physical, life, or computer sciences, mathematics, or engineering enrolled for the purpo~ of receiving a BaccMaur~m Degree. ~e anthofi- zafion for ~ progr~ w~ repeMed by Pub~= ~w 103-382. RI~$Iff ~Q~REME~: A~mt Eli#b~W: ~c individ~ appli=nt mint be a United Stat~ citiz~, nation~, or eli#hie noneitizen; m~t be scheduled grad~tc from ~gh school or obmln the equivalent of a ce~ificate of graduation d~ng the award year p~or to the award year in w~ch the schoMrsMp is to bc award~; and m~t demo~trate ou~ding a~de~ achievement during ~eond~' sch~l in ~ physicM, life, ~r computer scgenc~ ma~ematics, or eng~e~ng. ~e appli=~t mint declare the ~tent to enroll at an i~fitution of higher eda~tion, as well ~, declare or intend to de~e a major in one of ~= phymc~, l~e, or computer ~i~ mathematic, en#neefing. 6-96 835 T157691659
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Be~eficmo Eligd)iI~-: To re~ev:¢ a ~¢hZarship, an a~Tk~ h~er eda~t~n ~ defi~ed ia ~cticn 12~l(a~ ef t~e Higher ~- ca~n Act cf I~5. ~e scheI~ m~t de¢Iare a major in, cr in ~- of ~ ~hy~za], liI~. c.r ccmpat~ ~en:~. mathematic, ~r e~- nearing. To receive a continuation award b~yond th~ i~itial a~d year. the sehelar m~st main~n a high level of a~d~mic achieve- mont, continua to major in the approgfiate field of study, =fl ~ enrolled full time in an institution of higher eduction. Creaenfi~/D~menmfion: ~is ~rogmm is excluded tlom coverage under OMB Circular N~. A-87. Students m~t demonstrate their eligibility for the scholarship. Institutions of higher eduction must document their eligibiliW to pa~ieipate ~ a Department of ~u~- tion program. ~PLICA~ON ~ AWARD PROemS: Pret~gli~flon C~r~na~on: ~nis progr~ is eligible for coverage under E.O. 1237Z "Intergovemm~tal Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or officiM designat- ed ms the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State reqMres m be followed in apply- ing for ~sistanee, if the State hag sol,ted the program for review. Regulations in 34 CFR 7~ also apply. Smdenk~ should contact the chief State school o~cer in their State of r~idence for appli~fion information. A~li~fion Proe~ure: An eligible high school student submits an plieation to a State nominating committee in accordance with pro- cedures established by the committee. The nominating committee is ap~inted by the chief State school officer or by an existing grant agency or panel designated by the chief State school officer and approved by the Secretly of ~ucation. ~e nominating committee reviews the apNieations according to the solution eft- teria published in the FederM Register. ~e nominating committee submits to the Secretary of ~ucation, in priofitized order, nomi- nees containing m least four individuals from each congressional district in the State. At least one-half of whom must be femMe. Awar~ Procedure: The President, after consultation with the Secre- tary of FMueation and the Director of the National Science Foun- dation, selects two scholars from each congressional district. The Secretary disburses ~holarship funds on behalf of a scholar to the institution of higher education that the ~holar will attend. The stitution acts as a disbursing agent for the Depa~ment of Educa- tion. Dealing: The selection shall be completed, and the ~nouneement of the ~lection of scholars shall be made by the President prior to January 1, of the fiscal year, except in the first and second year of the progr~. The Secretary datelines other appropriate dead- lines to ~ published in the Federal Register. R~ge of A~ro~M~Nl~rovN Time: State nominated committees will ~tablish dates. A~eals: None. ReneWs: A ~holar ma)' receive a contin~tion award tbr up to three additional years. If the scholar is in a five year undergradu- ate program, the scholar may receive a continuation award for up to tbur additional years. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDERA~ONS: Formula ~d Mating Requ~enN: None. ~a~h ~d Time P~ng of ~ismve: ~hola~ are limited to one ~h~larship d~ng ~ch award ye~. The i~sfimtion mint ~sbu~ the fund~ to ~e ~holar in at l~t two paymen~ during the award year. PO~ ~CE REQUI~ME~: Re~: I~titutions are required to complete ~ annum re~rt on the disbarment of f~nds, ~hol~ eli~flity fur c~ntma- aticn awards, ~ well as o~er rc~3r~ th~ S~retary may r~ire to properly ad~vAs~er ~e progr~ Au~ Peri~¢ audi~ ~iIl ~ made according t~ req~em~n~ EDGAR. R~r~: All reeord~ pe~am ~g t.~ the eli~bility of exch ~l~ti-~ cf n-~mire~, a~ all fi~l manageme~ r~¢rds must ~e masatame~I for a peri:d cf fi'~e ~a~. Fi-~.~al m~.'~age:r,~'~ r~cr~ sh~ ~ ke~ longer if reqa.r~ to ¢.:m~ a fi~al ~AN~.~ Accost ldenfifi~fio~ 91-0201-0-1-502. 50. INet~ ~e ~" ~ ~t ~iil ~ d~temmed upzn ~2¢~mxt the 199~ approp~ation far tNs prepare.) R~ge ~d Average of Fi~cial .~is~c~ Sehela~hips are for up $5,¢~ ~r awed y~, b~ed on avMlable fun~ing ~d the schol- ar's cost of attending the institution of higher ~u~tion. PROG~I ACCO3~L~H~S: In fis~ y~ 1995, the fourth y~r of the pro~, 3,262 schol~ships were awaMed. ~G~A~ONS, G~ELIN~, &~ L~~E: Final regula- tions (34 C~ 652) for the NafionM Science Schol~s Pro~am were published on March 27, 1992. ~e authorization for the Na- tional Science Schools Program w~ repeMed by the Improving Amefi~'s Sch~Is Act ~ublic ~w 103- 382). ~FORMATION CO~A~: ReOon~ or Lo~ O~ce: None. Headqua~ers Office: Depa~ment of ~ucafion, O~ce of the Assist- ant Secretary for PosNeeondaw Education, Division of Higher ~ueation Incentive Progr~s, ~ independence Avenue, SW., Po~als Building, Suite C-80, W~h~gton, DC 20202-5253. ~n- tact: Charl~ R. Broil. Telephone: (202) 260-3257. Use the number for ~S. ~LATED PROG~MS: None. EX~L~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: Schola~hip for ~aduating high school seniors and generM educational development recipi- ents for the first year of undergraduate study in life, physicM ~d computer science, mathematics, and engineering. CRITERIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSe: Sehol~ are selected using criteria published in the finn regulations for the NationN Science Schol~s Progrm. 84.2~ TECH-PREP EDUCA~ON ~DE~L AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SEC~TARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~ORI~TION: Carl D. Perkins VocationM and Applied Tech- nology ~ucation Act, Title Ill, Pa~ E, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2394. OBJE~V~: To distribute funds to States to enable them to provide planning and demonstration grants to conso~ia of 1o~1 edu~fion- al agencies and postsecondary edu~tional agencies, for the devel- opment and o~ration of four-ye~ procures d~igned to provide a teeh-prep education progr~ le~ing to a two-year associate degree or a two-year certificate ~d to provide, in a sys~matic manner, strong, comprehemive links between secondary sch~ls and ~s~ondary educational institutions. ~'P~ OF ASSISTANt: Fo~ula Gr~; Project Grants (Con- tracts). US~ A~ USE ~T~ONS: ~eh funded progr~ shMI ~ car- ried out under ~ articulation agr~ment between the pa~ieipan~ in a consortium. It shall consist of the two yearn of s~on~ry school pr~eding graduation and two years of higher education, or an apprenticeship program of at l~t two years following second- ary inst~ction, with a common core of required proficiency in mathematics, ~ienee. communications, ~d t~hnologi~ d~i~ to l=d to ~ ~soeiate degr~ or ce~ifi~te in a sp~ifie ~eer find. It shM1 Mso include the development of a teeh-prep educ- tion proem eu~eula =d inse~q~ ~n~g for teaehe~ and ¢ou~Io~ design~ to meet coat,gum needs. ~eh pro~ shMl provide eq~l acc~s to the fall r~ge ~f teehni~ prepm- tion programs to individ~ ~t are mem~ of s~eial popula- tions ~d prod'ida for prep~atery ~'ic~ that ~st ~I pa~ei- p~ m the progr~. ~GIB~" Ap~iimt ~#b~b~ S~te b~d~ for vc~o~N education apply directly to tke prc,gr~m. Elig:b~e recipien~ for 5~ co~so~ia cf lx~ ~ucaticnM agen:ies, intem~iate eduction 836 6-96 T157691660
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~ho~I stc~=nL% ~r scc~n~aD' ~h~ls fund¢~ ~> t~c Bar~ cf Ind~ Afro, ~uJ n~n~rcfit and prop~e~' i~tu~o~ of ~gher edamt~on ~hi:h cffer a t~c~r ~K~ale dege¢ pro~, ~Jch are q~Ii~efl ~. i~,a~ufi,~ of h~gh~ ~u~t~on pu~t to ~c~n 4~I(a) ~f th~ H~gker ~a~ti~n Act ef sfivafi~ns receiving ~sis~ce unfl~r ~e Tfi~ally-~ntroll~d Com- munity Coll,g~ A~is~nce Act cf 1978, or a t~'o-year apprentice- ship pro~ ~t follows seconfl~ ~m~on. if such im~tu- tio~ ~e n~t subject to a dtfault m~agement Secrecy of ~ucation. Boefic~ ~ Individuals d~ng to ~ci~ate in a com- b~cd secondaD'/~stsecondary pro~am leading to ~ msociatc degree or ~'~y~r cenifimtc with tech~cal prep~ation in at l~t one fieIfl of engineering, applied science, mechaniC, indus- ~M. or practical a~ er trade, or a#c~mr~ h~th, or ~~taflon: ~e establishment of a S~te Board for v~ational ~ucafion, and a S~te ~cupational info~ation coordi- nating committee is required. Cos~ ~I1 be det~mined in accord- ance with OMB Circular No. A-87 For State ~d local govern- ments. APP~CATION AND AWARD PROS: Pr~licafion C~erflinafiom A threc-y~r State p~ for vocational education must be prepped with active pa~cipation of the State ~uncil on Vocational Eduction. Annu~ revisions may be sub- mitted ~ nec~. State plans ~e subject to public h~fings. ~is prog~ is eli#ble for cover ~der E.O. 12372, 'Intergovern- mental Renew of Federal Programs." An appli~nt should consult the o~cc or official desi~ated ~ the single ~int of contact ~ his or her State for more information on the pr~e~ the State requkes to be followed in applying for ~sis~cc, if ~c State has s~lected the progr~ for review. This prog~m is subject to the prov~ions of OMB Circular No. A-102. A~licafi~ Procefl~e: No appli~tion form ~ required. Submit a three-y~ State plan for v~ational education to the Assistant Secretory for Vo~tionM ~d Adult Education. ~s program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Aw,r~ Proce~ure: Assistant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Edu- cation approves the three-year State application. When funds become available, the Assistant Secretary for VocationM ~d Adult Education (OVAE) tr~mi~ the grant award to ~e State board. Deidlines: The deadlines for applications are publ~hed in the Feder- al Register. R~ge of A~rov~/Di~0~rov~ Time: ~c range is approximately 30 to 120 days. A~s: A Smtc board which is dissatisfied with the fmal action of the Assistant SecreCy in disapproving a State plan ~ afforded r~onable notice ~d op~rtunity for a hearing. R,a,w~: None. ~SISTAN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fomult ~ Mateh~g Requkmen~: Section 101 sen tbah ~o~ent pr~edures. Funds for h~ic grants ~e allotted to Smt~ accord~g to a fo~ula based on States' ~pulations in thr~ age groups, ~d their ~r capita income averaged for the three most r~ent consec- utive fisc~ yea~. ~e fo~ula #vcs more weight to the 15 to y~r old population, the younger of the three age groups. It also favors Stat~ with lower ~r capita incomes. Smtc ~r ~pim incom~ dam det~ine State ~lotment ratios. GenerMly, th~ ~t- merit ~fio for a State is !.~ minm th~ pr~uct of 0.50 and the quotient ob~ned by dividing thc p~ ~pi~ incom~ for ~ S~tc by ~e ~er capita income for ~ ~e States. ~e age grou~ ~e 15 to 19. 20 to 24, and 25 to 65. ~ey are weight~ 50 perc~ 20 ~rcent ~d 15 ~rcent r~pectively. A rough d~bufion, wei~t- ~ 15 ~rcent, is b~d ~n the s~ of the amoun~ r~ulthg from • e three ~'e~ group dAtfibufio~. ~eh S~te r~eiv~ btment consisting cf roar p~: (I) ~ ~o~t ~Mch ~ the sam~ mfi~ to ~0 ~rcent of the su~ ~g ~1o~ of ~e State's ~puhfion ag~ 15 to 19 b~m to ~¢ ~am of ~e cor- r~ond~g ~rcd~c~ for ~I S~; (2) ~ m~t r~.ndmg ~r~c~ for ~I th~ 5~: (3) ~ ~m~unt ~h~ch the ~me ratio to 15 ~erce~t cf ~e su~ berg aI[o~ ~rcd~ ~ the S~tCs F:~ulaticn aged 25 to 65 ~s to eF the cc~ndmg Fr~act~ for ~1 the S~:~; ~d (4) an ~hich b~ ~e ~me ~fi~ to 15 ~ce~t cf ~e s~ ~mg t~ ~ the am~un~ all~tted to th~ S~te Lu th~ ~revie~ ~ree oper- ation. ~e B~u ~f ~e ~us suppli~ the ~ulafion da~ the Depmcnt of Lair suppli~ ~e p~ capita in,me data. ~n# ~d Time Phming ~f .~B~ce: F~ds must be ex~nded within 27 mon~s ~ter the fi~t date of avMlability. Stat~ draw ~nds ~ needed ~der the d~tron~c t~nsfer system. ~O~ ~SIST~ REQUiEmS: Rt~ ~ ~nuM financiM reForL Feffo~ce re~ =d O~ce of Civil ~gh~ Annum Compli~ce Repo~ m~t be submitted. A q~erly Federal ~sh Tm~cfion Repo~ is requir~ under the el~troMe transfer system. Audi~: In a~ord~ce with the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A- 128, "Audi~ of State and Local Governments," S~te ~d local gove~men~ that receive fin~cid ~istance of $1~,~ or more within the State's fis~l ye~ shill have an audit made for that ye~. State ~d local govemmen~ ~at receive ~tween $25,~ ~d $1~,~ ~qthin the State's fiseM ye~ sh~l have ~ audit made in aecord~ce wi~ Circ~ar No. A-128, or in a~ord~cc wi~ Fede~ laws and regdatio~ governing the progr~s in which they p~fieipate. Record: See ~ucation Depmment G~eral Administrative Regula- tions 34 C~ 76.73~734. ~ANCIAL INFORN~ON: Accost l~fi~: 91 -~ 1-501. Ob~fiom: (Gr~ ~d contract) FY 95 $110,~,~; FY 96 est not identifiable; and ~ 97 est $0. (Note: ~e ~ 96 est will be detemined u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for ~ pro- gram; the FY 97 ~t will be dete~ined u~n completion of ~e re. authorization of the program.) ~nge ~d A,emge of Fin~c~ ~nce: $172,813 to $10,941,~1; $1,956,~. PROG~ ACCO~LIS~IE~: In fls~l year 1995, 53 awards were rode. ~GULA~ONS, G~DELI~, ~ L~~: Rul~ and reg- ulations, Title 34 C~ ~ and ~3: EDGAR, Pare 74, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, and 86; OCR guidelines for vo~tional education. ~O~A~ON CO~A~S: Re#en~ or ~ O~ce: See Appendix IV of the Ca~log for a list of the address~ for the Department of ~ueation's regional of- fief. H~mem Office~ Div~ion of V~ation~-Teehni~ Education, O~cc of the A~ismnt Secretory for Vocational and Adult ~u~- tion, Depa~ent of ~u~fion, ~ lnde~nd~ce Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-7241. Telephone: (202) 205-9~!. Use the sine humor for ~S. RELA~D PRO~BtS: 84.~8, Vo~tional ~ucation--B~ie Grants to States; 84.05 I, National V~ational Edueatlon Res~reh; 84.053, Vo~tional ~ueatlon--Smtc ~eils. E~PL~ OF ~NDED PROffEr: No exampl~ ~e eu~ently avMlable. ~ FOR SE~G PROPOSe: Not appli~ble. 84.~ BUS~S ~ EDUCA~ON STUD--S ~E~L AG~': O~CE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~Y FOR VOCATIONAL ~D ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTME~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: ~rl D. PerM~ V~afi~nM ~a Appli~ Tech- nology ~u~tion Act, Tire IV. P~ B, S~tion 416, 20 U.S.C. 2416. O~E~'~: To ~mbl~h t~ni~ co--it,s to devel~p ~oI=~ oceu~a~,nB s~II s~d~ds fc, r cc, m~t~ci~ ~ OF ~.~N~: Project 6-96 837 TI576916,31
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IL~F-~ AMD I~SE RF_SI'RICTIO,%5: ProjecL~ ~Dr~u~ze ~u~ ~:o~aI ~u~ fc, r com~t~uci~ in iud~n~ and ~d~, ~ s~a~rds incInde: (I) Majc, r ~s~ns cr ~pc~ ~ and equipment required in the s~ialty arex~: {4) minimum quali~- cations for ~t~cfic~al s~ff; and (5) mioimum ~ to be i~clnd- ed in ~y cou~ of study that ~rep~es individuals for work in s~iMty ~. ELIGIBIL~" ~Q~R~IEN~S: Applier Eli~bili~': Natio~ joint apprenlic~hip committees, indus- t~al trade ~sociations, lair org~izations, and comparable tional organizations such as educational associations, industry councils, busin~s ~d industry organizations, ~iatious of p~- rate or national research organ1~tions may apply. Benefiei~y EH~biH~: Profit organizations, private org~tions, small busin~es, entry levd employees will benefit. Credenfi~oeumentation: Legal si~ature by a d~ignated offici~ on the appli~tion is required. Cos~ will be dete~ined in accord- ance with OMB Circular No. A-122 for uonprofit institutions. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PRO~S: Preapp~eafion Cver~naffon: ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovernment~ Review of Feder~ Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of con~et in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requir~ to be followed in apply- ing for ~sist~ce, if the State h~ sdected the pro~am for review. The stand~d application fo~s as fu~ished by the Feder~ agency must ~ used for this program. Appli~fian F~eedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted to the Depa~manl of Education in accordance with program an- nouncements and ~blished deadlines. Award Procedure: Applications are reviewed in accordance with reg- ulations for ~e Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technol- ogy Education Act. After negotiation, a notification of awed is sent to sueee~ful applicants. Deadline: Requests for applications and deadlin~ are published in the Federal Register. There are no plans for future competitions. R~ge of Approval~isapproval Time: Approximately 120 to 180 days after the deadline for ~ansmitting applications. Appeals: None. RenewS: None. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDERA~ONS: Formula ~d Matching Requirement: Not less than fifty percent of the total cost of the proj~l shall ~ provided by the recipient of the granl. The applicant's share may be in the form of cash or in- kind contributions including facilities, overhead, personnel, ~d equipment f~rly valued. LunCh ~d Time Ph~ing of Assis~ee: Funding will usually be for three yea~. The initial grant will be for a pefi~ of 18 months, followed by a non-competing continuation of the g~ant for an ad- ditional 18 month pe~od. PO~ A~I~ANCE ~QUI~MENTS: Repot: Financial status and ~rfo~ance repor~ ~ required by the Department of ~ucation General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 75.720 to 75.721 must be main~ned. S~cifie reposing re- quirements are contained in the award document. Au~: PetiOle audits should be made z~ pa~ of the r~ip~ent's syslem of financial management and internal control to m~t the terms and conditious of grits. R~o~: Records are kept in accordance with the Depa~ment of Education General Admlnistmtlve Re~a6ons and ~4 CFR 75.73~75.734. ~N~C~ ~FO~N~ON: Ac~unt ldenfiflcttlnn: 91-~0-1-~01. $9. (Nete: A r~utho~fi~n ~f ~oeat[o~al education prc~gr~s ~ndin~ ~ ~nge ~d A~-e~ge 6f Fin~cial .~ce: $I~0,249 t~ 838 PROGR.~_~,I ACCOMPLISI-LMEN-FS: N:r~e fiscaI y~tr REGL-L.~,TIONS, GI_TI'DELINF~;, ,~'~,'D LITEFL~tTIdRE.: 24 CF-R 4".-I a~d 42 l. INTOR.M.C.TI O~ CONTACTS: Regiontl or Loe~ Office: See Al~-~.r~aix IV cf the Ca~I~g for a li~t ot" t~* a~ldr~ses for the Department of Education's re~or, ztl of- Headquarters Office: Division of National Programs, Oft2ce of Voca- tional and Adult Education, Department of Educafion, 600 Inde- pendence Avenue. SW., Washington. DC 20202-7242. Contact: Carolyn S. Lee. Telephone: (202) 260-9576. Use the same number for FTS. REI..~,TED PROGRAI%IS: 84.048, Vocational Education--Basic Grants to States. EXAMPLFA¢; OF FUNDED PRO,IECTS: The Electronic Industries (EIF), in conjunction with the Electronic Industries Association (EIA), will organize and oversee a bu.~iness-labor-edueation part- nership that will develop, validate, and propose national skill standards for entry-level work-ready electronics technicians. The Education Development Center (EDC) is directing a business- labor-education consortium to develop national, voluntary skill standards for entry and mid-level technical specialists. These in- dustry-based standards will be used as benchmarks for developing or enhancing school and work-based education and training sys- tems to enable young people and retrained workers to qualify for entry and career advancement in the hioseience industry. CRITERIA FOR SELECTFNG PROPOSALS: A segment or segments of an application should address each of the following criteria: Program factors, extent of need, plan of operation, evaluation plan, key personnel, budget and cost-effectiveness and dissemina- tion plan. 84.245 TRIBALLY CONTROLLED POSTSECONDARY VOCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRE- TARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Tech- nology Education Act, Title III, Part H, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2397. OBJECTIVES: To provide grants for the operation and improvement of tribally controlled postseeondary vocational institutions to ensure continued and expanded educational opportunities for Indian students and to allow for the improvement and expansion of the physical resources of such institutions. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: To provide basic support to tribal- ly controlled postseeondary institutions for the education and training of Indian students. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMEI~'TS: Applicant Eligibility: A tribally controlled postsecondary vocational institution that: (a) Is governed by a board of directors or trustees, a majority of whom are Indians; (b) demonstrates adherence to stated goals, a philosophy or a plan of operation that fosters indi- vidual Indian economic and self-sufficiency opportunity, including programs that are appropriate to stated tribal goals of developing individual entrepreneurships and self-sustaining economic infra- structures on reservations; (e) has been in operation for at least three years; (d) holds accreditation with, or is a candidate for ac- creditation, by a nationally recognized accrediting authority for postseeondary vocational education; and (e) enrolls the falltime equivalency of not fewer than 100 students. The majority ef t~te enrolled students mast be Indians. Beneficiary Eligibility: American It~dians and Native Alaskans ~ill benefit. C.tedenti#ls/Doeumentntiom Legal sigr;ature b:~ a designated official c~ the aplrliza~n is req¢~red. Costs ~sill be determined ia acccrd- a,-ce ~-ith OMB C!rcular No. A-122 for TI57691662
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.~PPLICATION .~N'D AWARD PROCESS: ~p~i~fion ~r~fion: ~is program ~ ex~Iu~e~ fre~ c~vet- age under ~O. 12372 ~ s~dard appl~fion fc~s ~ f~hed h) ~ Fed~al ag~n:)- ~d required by OMB C~c~ No. A-102 m~t ~ ~ed f~r ~ pro~. Appli~fi~ ~ A~li~fions m~t ~ pr~ed ~d submitt~ to the D~ent of ~u~ti~n in accor~ wi~ ~ro~ nouncemen~ ~d ~lished d~. Awed Pr~ AppIi~fiom ~e rex~ewed ~ accor~ce ~ reg- ~atious for the ~1 D. Perkins V~tionfl ~d Applied Tec~ol- ogy ~u~fian Act. After negotiation, a natifi~tian of award sent to succ~fuI appli~. ~in~: Nofic~ of application deadlines ~ published ~ the Fed- er~ Re~ster. ~ge of A~prov~p~ov~ Time: Approximately 120 to 150 days after deadl~e for t~tting application~ Ap~: After recei~ng notice from the SecreCy that ~he Depag- merit will not award a ~t to an eligible appli~nt, the applicant h~ 30 calen~r days to request, in writing, a he~ing to review the S~re~y's decision. RenewS: Not applicable. ~SI~ CONSIDERATIONS: ~o~ ~ Matching Requkemen~: ~is program has no statutory fo~a or matc~ng requirements. ~ ~d T~e P~ing of ~sistanea: ~e tot~ project period may not exc~ five y~. POST ~SISTAN~ REQUI~ME~S: Re~: Fiuanci~ status ~d performance reports as req~red by the Department of ~ucation Gener~ Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 75.720 and 34 CFR 410 must ~ m~ntained. Specific repo~- ing requirements ~e contained ~ lhe award document. Au~: Periodic audits should be made ~ p~ of the recipiant's sys- tems of financial managem~t and internal control to meet the te~s and conditions of gran~. Recor~: Records are kept in accordance with the Depa~m~nt of Education General Administrative Regulations ~d 34 C~ 75.730-75.734. ~ANC~ INFORMA~ON: Account Iden~ti0n: 91-~-2-1-501. Obli~tion~: (Grits) FY 95 $2,919,~; ~ 96 est not identifiable; and FY 97 est $0. (Note: The FY 96 ~t will be dete~ined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the FY 97 ~t will be determined upon completion of the r~uthod~tion of the program.) ~ge ~d Average of ~ci~ ~is~ce: Two awards were made in fi~ ye~ 1995. The average award w~ $1,4~,~. PR~ ACCOMPLiCeS: Two awards were made. ~GU~ONS, GUIBEL~, AND L~RA~E: Regulations 34 C~ ~ apply. ~O~A~ON CO~A~S: R~an~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. H~dq~e~ Office: Division of Natloafl Progr~, Office of V~a- tion~ ~d Adult ~ucation, Depaflment of ~u~tion, ~ Inde- ~ndance Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-7242. Contact: Ro~ Lewis. Telephone: (202) 205-5680. Use the s~e nm~r for ~S. ~O PROG~S: 84.~8, V~fioml ~ucafion--Bmiz Gtan~ to S~t~. EX~E~ OF ~D~ PRO~: Crnwn~t Imfi~te of T~hnology, Crawn~im, New M~ico, ~d United Tfi~s T~h- ni~ ~ege, Bism~ck, No~ D~o~ r~dved g~. ~R~ [OR S~E~G PROPOSe: ~e follawing ~e us~ in reviewing appli~fions. ~ch criterion shoed be ad- d~. Poin~ ~e aw~ded to the extent that e~d~ce ~ ~e ap- pli~fion ~tisfi~ och criterion: (!) Institution gums and ob~- tiv~ (15 ~o~); {b) com~eher~iv~ developmen~ ~lm (30 (c) im~lemen~fion s~e~" (25 ~); O) budget ~d cost~ffee- fiven~s (29 roin~; and (e) ev~uafion plan (10 ~i~). 84.246 REI-L4~BILITATION SHORT-TEI~M TR.4d3~FLNG I:'EDEI~KL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETAP.Y FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATD,'E SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IIl, Part A, Sec- tion 302, as amended, Public Law 102-569. OBJEC'PIVE~: To support special seminars, institutes, workshops, and other short-term courses in technical matters relating to the deliv- ery of vocational, medical, social, and psychological services. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE REb~RICIIONS: Training grants are provided in fields directly related to the vocational and independent living re- habilitation of individuals with disabilities, such as rehabilitation disciplines and program areas supported under the Rehabilitation Training program. Conferences and meetings where training is not the primary foens may not be supported under this program. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Al~idicant Eligibility: State vocational rehabilitation agencies (includ- ing terdtodes/possessious), and other public or nonprofit agencies and organizations, including institutions of higher education may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Individuals preparing for or employed in posi- tions relating to the rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities will benefit. Projects under this program are designed to provide short-term training and technical instruction in areas of special slg- nificance to the delivery of vocational, medical, social, and psy- chological rehabilitation services. Credentinls/Doeumentalion: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. Costs will also be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-21 for educational institutions. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplicatian Coordination: The standard application forms as fur- nished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Application Procedure: New applications are made to the Depart- ment of Education, Application Control Center, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-4725. Attention: 84.246. Continuation applications are submitted to the appropriate Region- al Office listed in Appendix IV of the Catalog. This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: With the exception of grants identified as 'national significance," new and continuation grants are awarded by the Re- habilitation Services Administration through its regional offices. All new applications are reviewed by a panel of at least three indi- viduals. Each panel will generally include two or more nonfederal consultants with experience and training in the proposed area of short-term training. Deadlines: Contact the Rehabilitation Services Administration's headquarters or regional offices for application deadlines. Range of Approval/Disapprnval Time: The range is from 120 to 160 days. Al~peal~ None. Renewals: Renewals are available through the new application proc- ess. Projects with an approved multi-year project period may be continued b~sed on ~e availability of adequate funds and an armual review of accomplishments to determine adequate perform- ance. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula aid Matching Re~l~irement~. A grantee must contribute to the cost ef a project under this program in an amount that satisfies the Secretary. The part of the costs to be berne by the grantee is determir.ed by the Secretary at the time of the award. 6-96 839 TI57691663
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Leag~ and T/me Pimsiag of .~k~istaaee: Fro2ec~ are g~er,dI~ sup- gc~3 for c~ to terse 5~ Fo~d~ are ~A~ on a requir~ by the ~ant ag'~d ~s ~d Audi~: Au~i~ mu~t ~e cond~cted on a c~nt~r~ng ~s cr a1 szh~d- ul~d inte~'~s, us~lly once a y~r, but at I~t once ex~e~, two yea~. In accordion with the prov~io~s of OMB CircuI~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of S~tc ~d Loc~ Government," S~te and L~cal governmen~ that receive fin~ciM ~sis~ of $1~,~ or more within the S~te's fiscal year shMl have ~ audit made for that year. S~te a~d l~cal gove~men~ that receive between and $1~,~ wi~in the State's f~cal year shaIl have an audit in accerdance with Circular No. A-128, or in accord~ with F~- erM laws and re~lations governing the proems in which ~ey participate. Recor~: Proper records must ~e maint~n~ for three y~ after project completion or until M1 audit qu~tions are resolved. ~NANOAL ~FO~ON: Aeeannt Iden~fion: 91-0301-0-1-50& Ohliofiom: (Grits) FY 95 $1,~,~; FY 96 est $1,~,~; and FY 97 ~t $1,~,~. R~ge ~d Average of F~ A~is~ce: $10,~ to $250,~. PROGRAM ACCO~S~: Two gr~ are being used to conduct ~aining acfi~ti~ on the work incentive provisions of the Social Security Act and on student fin~cial ~is~nce and support programs in insti~tions of higher education for individ~ls with disabilities. REGULA~ONS, G~DELIN~, AND LITERAT~E: Regulmions can ~ found in 34 CFR 390. INFO~ON CO~A~S: Regional or Lo¢~ Office: ~c Ap~ndix IV of the ~talog for the Rehabilitation Services Administration's re#ohM offices. H~dqua~ers Office: Rehabilitation Services Administration, Office of Special Education and Rehabili~tivc Services, Depa~ment Education, ~ Independence Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202- 26¢9. Contact: Sylvia Johann. Telephone: (202) 205-9312. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.129, Kehabilitation ~ng-Term Training. EXAMPL~ OF ~ED PRO~: Fis~l year 1994 funded projects are providing curriculum materials ~d new training methods for instructom of Braille. C~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: QuMity of key person- nel, pl~ of operation, budget and cost~ffectiveness, adequacy of r~ourc~, evidence of need, rclev~ce ~ the Smte~ederfl rehv bilimtion servi~ prog~m, and nature ~d scope of truing pro- gram content are Mcluded in the selection criteria. M,248 DEMONST~TION PROJE~S FOR THE IN~GRATION OF VOCA~ON~ AND ACAD~IIC LEA~NG ~DE~L AGENCY: OFFICE OF A~ISTANT SEC~T~Y FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCA~ON. DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~TION: ~1 D. Perkins Vo~fionM ~d Ap#ied Tech- nology ~u~on AcL Title IV, Pa~ B, Section 420, 20 U.S.C. 2420 A reauthofi~fion of v~fio~l ~a~tion pro~ams is pend- OBJECt: To develop, implemenL ~d o~rate progr~s using different m~els of cu~cula that integrate v~tionM and a~dem- ic leaning. ~ OF ~S~CE: Proj~t Gr~. US~ .~ U~ ~~ONS: Project fandMg ~-ill ~ used to d~vel~p, implement, ~d ¢~te prog~ ~g diff~t ~f c~cMa that in~ate v~o~ ~d a~ l~ng by si~i,g/nte~ar~ cu~c~la and coa~ pro~ng i~Jce trai~- ing f~r t~c~e~ ~f ~afion~ ~u~fi=n smd~ ~d adm~ist~- t~r~ m inte~ated cu~cu~ ~d d~in~fing i~fo~a~n reg~d- ~e Nati~naI Dtffas:~n Net'~.~.~rL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applieant Eli~'bility: InsLit-at:orts ef h~gher ed,.scation, area M edaca~:n sch:<ls. I:,¢al educat:onal agen¢i~:~ secondao fanded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Sta~ boards nf vocational education, public or private nonprofit organizations, cr any sortia thereof may apply. Beneficiary Effl#bilit~: Individuals with disabilities, educationally and economicalIy disadvantaged individuals including foster dren, individuals of limited English proficiency, individuals who participate in programs designed to eliminate sex bias, individuals in correctional institutions, vocational students in secondary sch~ls, vocational students at postsecondary institutions, individ- uals enrolled in adult education prograras, single parents, di~laced homemakers, and single pregnant women MII benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Legal signature by a designated official on the application is required. Costs will be determined in accord- ance with OMB Circular No. A-122 for nonprofit institutions. APPLICATION AaND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~plication Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams.'" An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to bc followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. The standard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency must be used for this program. Apiflieation Procedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted to the Department of Education in accordance with program an- nouncements and established deadlines. Award Procedure: Applications are reviewed in accordance with regulations for the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Tech- nology Education Act. After negotiation, a notification of award is sent to successful applicants. Deadlines: Notices inviting applications and deadlines are published in the Federal Register. Range of Apl)roval/Disapl)roval Time: Approximately 120 to 180 days after the deadline for transmitting applications. Appeals: Not applicable. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: This program has no statutory formula. Length and Time Phasing of Assistaaee: Projects are normally funded for two to five years, subject to the availability of funds. POST ASSISTANCE REQ~IENTS: Relmrls: Financial status and performance reports as required by the Department of Education General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR "/5.750 to 75.721 and 34 CFR 400.10 must be provided. Spe- cific reporting requirements are contained in the award document. Audits: Periodic audits should be made as part of the rccipients's system of financial management and internal control to meet the terms and conditions of the grants. Records: Records are kept in accordance with the Education De- partment General Administrative Regulations and 34 CFR 75.730- 75.734. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Ideatifie.ation: 91.43400-2-1-501. Obligations: (Grants) 1~" 95 $10,000,000; FY 96 eat not identifiable; and FY 97 eat $0. (Note: The F-'qf 96 eat will be determined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the F~" 97 est will be determined upon completion of the reauthorization of the program.) Range and Average of Fimmeial Assistance: In fiscal year 1~;~$, the range wiIl be from $127~23 to $.'J01,073; $364,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Thirty gra~ts were awarded in fiscal ~,ear REGLrLATIONS, GUIDELLNES, AN'D LITERATURE: Contact the rrogra..'n 840 6-96 T157691664
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E~'FO I~MATION CONTACI~: ~is~t S~re~~ for V~nal ~d Ad~t ~tion, D~p~- 20~-9673. U~ ~ ~c n~r fer ~. ~ PR~: 84.243, T~h-Pr~p ~u~on. ~L~ OF ~ED PRO~: The ~v~ pmj~ ~ conduc~g indep~dent ev~uat~on~ of ~eir progr~ ~d pro~d~g t~c~ ~tanc~ to h~Ip ath~ repli~ suc~ess- fal ~gmtion pro~ ~d proj~ ~ FOR S~G PROPOSAl: ~ following ~fit~a ~e u~d in re~g apphcations. A ~¢m or segm~n~ of an application should addr~s each of ~e criteria: (l) Pro~am tots; (2) cdu~on~ si~fi~co; (3) pl~ of o~mdon; (4) tion ply; (5) d~ons~ation ~d di~m~a~on; (~ key (~ budget ~d cost eff¢c~ven~s; ~d (8) ad~q~cy of r~ourc~ ~d ~0 ~BIL~ATION SERVI~S~~CAN ~S ~ DISAB~ ~DE~ AGENt: OFFIC~ OF ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCA~ON ~ REHABILITA~ SERVICES, DEPAR~E~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: RehabHi~on Act of 1973, Title I, P~ D, ~ed, Public ~w ~02-569, 29 U.S.C. 711(c) and 750. O~~: To prox4de vocation~ rehab~i~tion s~ices to Ame~- c~ Indi~ with disabi~d~ that r~ide on F~e~ or S~t~ reser- va~o~ ~ order to pre~ them For sui~ble emplo~ent. ~ OF ~I~: Project Gran~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Projec~ provide ~ci~ ~ist- ~ce for th~ ~blishm~nt ~d operation of tribal vo~tion~ reha- bili~tion ~ic~ proj~c~ for Am~c~ Indians with disabiliti~ r~ siding on r~a6ons. E~G~ ~QUI~ME~: A~p~t E~: Gove~ing ~dies of Indian tribes or conso~ia of tho~ governing ~dies on Federal and State re~rvations may app~. ~aeflcl~ ~i~b~: Ame~c~ Indies with physlc~, men,l, or emotion~ di~b~ti~ r~ulfing in a h~dicap to emplo~en~ ~pe- ci~ly those with th~ most severe di~bilities. ~~ea~fion: Cos~ w~ be d~te~ed in accord~ce wi~ OMB Circul~ No. A-87 for S~ ~d local governments. ~P~CA~ON ~ AWeD PR~S: ~oa ~na~on: ~is progr~ ~ ~cluded from cover- ag~ under E.O. 12372. ~o s~ndard application fo~ ~ fu~h~d by ~ Fed~r~ agency ~d r~quir~d by OMB C~cM~ No. A-102 m~t be ~ for ~is progr~. A~ll~oa Proc~e: Applica~ons should ~ submitted to the De- p~nt of ~uca6on, App]ica~on ~n~ol ~nter, ~ M~l~d Awnu~, SW., W~hin~on, DC 20202. ~ progr~ ~ subject to the prov~io~ of OMB C~c~ No. A-110. Aw~ ~e: Aw~ds ~e ~d~ ca approv~ of th~ ~mmisslon- er of Rehabili~on Servic~ ~d ~e Ass~t Secret, OSEKS, for new proj~ts ~d th~ ~mmi~ioner of Re~bHi~on S~c~ for ~n~on proj~. ~ ~n~ct h~dq~em or re~on~ o~c~ for appli~tion d~adlin~. ~ of ~~pro~ T~e: ~e range ~ approximately to 120 ~. A~ Non~. R~ew~ Pro~ ~-~th m~-y~ proj~t ~od~ ~y be con~nu~d b~ on ~ ~~ review of ~empli~hmcn~s ~d av~labfl~ty proj~t ~ av~abl~ ~ou~ ~ submission of a centurion p~on. ~~ CONS~E~ONS: ~r~t ~tc~g ~ ~h er in-~n~. Le~g~.h and Time PIm~ of Ami~l~ace: Pr~j~t ~ppo~ is for ~p ~ ~ y~ d~ding upcn ~f~tc~" ~o~:~ ~ • c av~Iabil~" ~f f~nd~ F~n~ ~c g~ ca a ~c mcnth b~. ~ ~ pr~d by ~t awed ~c~s ~d condi~o~. Au~ Au~ m~ be cenductcd on a ccn~nuing b~is or at s~ed- ~ed inte~s. In a~ord~ ~ the pro~siens of O~ CircM~ No. A-128, 'Audi~ of S~t~ ~d ~ Gove~en~," Ind~ t~b~ cr co~a of ~o~ governing b~ies ~at receive finan~i~ a~s~ of $I~,~ er more wi~ the fis~ y~ sh~l have an audit made for that ye~. Gr~te~ that receive between ~d $I~,~ ~t~ the fi~[ y~ sh~ have ~ audit made in ac- cordite ~th Circ~ar No. A-128, or in accord~ce w[~ Feder~ laws and reg~tions governing the progr~s in which they par- ticipate. R~or~: ~e records ~e for indivMuM client. Fis~ records ~e pr~cfi~d for audit pu~s~. Retention of records ~e requ~ed for t~ee y~. ~~ ~FOR~ON: A~t Iden~flon: 91~301~1-506. Oblation: (Gr~) ~ 95 $I0,271,~ ~ 96 $10,572,~; ~d ~ 97 $12,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t will ~ dete~ined upon actmem of ~e 1996 appropriation for ~ proem.) $352,~. PR~ ACCO~L~t~S: Twenty-two pro~ are cur renfly ~ing f~ded. Projects pro~de a range of v~o~ reha- bilitation service comparable to those provided by ~e State agency on men~ and physi~M r~torafion ~d job placement t~ning. Projects have demonstrated improvemen~ in the provi- sion of servi~ by ~plementing m~agement system, da~ col- lection model~ ~d the u~i~tion of se~ice cod~ eomp~able to those by S~te re~b~imtion agencies. ~G~ONS, G~DEL~, AND L~T~: Education Dep~t GenerM Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) in 34 CFR 75, 77, 80, 81, 82, 85, 369, and 371. ~O~ON CO~A~S: R~o~ or ~ O~¢e: The RSA RegionM O~ces. See Ap~ndix IV of the Catalog for a Hst of RSA RegionM O~. Hetdqa~ers O~ce: Reh~ilimfion Se~ic~ Ad~is~ation, O~ee of the ~ismnt Secre~ry for Sperm ~ucafion ~d Rehabilita- tive Se~c~, Depa~ment of ~uoafion, W~on, DC 20202. Con~ct: Barb~a Sweeney. Tel~hone: (202) 205.95~. Use ~e sine humor for ~S. RE~TED PROG~: 84.126, Rehabilitation Se~ic~--Vo~fional Rehabilitation Gran~ m Smt~. ~PL~ OF ~DED PRO~: Proj~ts provide vo~tionM rehabilitation se~ic~ to Ameri~ Indies ~th di~bilifi~ who r~ide on r~ado~ comp~able to the ~r~ provided ~der Title I m other indi~d~s ~th di~bilifies who r~ide in ~e S~ ~ projects iaere~e the succe~ful oaU~eh and outcome of se~i=~ to ~ und~ed ~ FOR S~G PROPOS.~: ~e avMtability funds h publish~ ~ the Fed~M Register. Ap#i~tions for d~re- tio~y gr~ ~e sub~t to ~*r review pr~ by FederM ~d nonf~e~ exam t~t l~d to r~ommendations for approval or ~pprovM. Criteria incl~de #~ of o~on, q~ of key ~el, budget ~d cost- effeetiven~s, evM~fion #~, ad~- ~y of re~ur~, and evidence of ne~. ~ ~tefia ~e publhh~ in the prog~ regulations at 34 C~ 371. 84.252 ~B~ CO3~1~ SERVI~ ~D~ AG~N~': O~I~ OF ~ .~SI~ SEC~- TAKY FOR PO~SECO~Y EDUCA~ON, DEPART- ~N~ OF ~UCATION A~O~ON: Hig~ ~tioa Act of I~65. Tifl~ XL P~ ~b~i= ~w I02-325. 6-96 841 TI57691665
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~ ~c~rc~ cf ~k~II~, ~Ien)~. and ~o~le~ge t~ de~J~ ~d ~e~t ~olui~zr~ to yr~s:~g ned se~e~e problcm~ in ~r cc~muni- US~ A~ U~ R~ONS: Awards may ~ u~d m pricers lhat Fro~ide ~ban ar~ wilh agplied r~rch, servicm, s~eeialized IrOning, r~enrce ~eh~gm er teehnoIogy lransfers, deliver' of servia, or other a=~vi~ to address high prio~ty needs. High p~rity needs ~e designated through tation with a commn~l~, college, an urban school system. government, burros, labor, or nonprofit organimfions. ELIG~ REQ~EME~: AppOint Eli~bfli~: An aeeredit~ inslitution of higher education that ha~ been designated an urban grit institution or consortium of ~uch iusfitutions may apply. To be dm~ated, an urban inslitu- ~ion must meel lhe following requirements: (i) Be located in an urban area; (2) draw at least 40 percent of i~ u~dergraduate stu- dents from the urban area in which it is l~ated or from contigu- ous ar~s; (3) carry ou~ programs to make pos~e~ondaw educa- tion opportunities more accessible to residents of that urb~ ~ea; have the capacity to provide r~ources; (4) be responsive to the needs and p~oritiea of the urban area; (5) offer a range of profes- sional, ~eehniea], or graduale programs; (6} demonstrate ~d sus- tain a sense of respomibility to the urb~ area; or (?) be a nonprof- it municipal institution of higher ~ueation established by the gov- erning body of the cry in which R ~s loealed and operating as July 23. 1992. Beneficiary Eli~blIRy: Benefiting are individuals and institutions within the urb~ area. Cr~en~s~umenta~on: None. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PRO~S: Preapplieafion Coo~i~on: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the o~ee or o~cial designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to ~ followed in apply- mg for assistance, if lhe State h~ selected the program for renew. AppReatloa Procedure: In any fiscal year in w~ch funds are avail- able for new awards, the Depa~ment of Education publishes notic~ in the Federal Regisler inviting applications and establish- ing a deadline date. An application pac~ge ~ll be available from the Division of Higher Education Programs. Copies will be mailed upon request. This program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Proe~ure: P~er review panels composed of reprmentatlves from public and private higher eduea~on, labor, businm~, and State and local governments having exper6se in economic devel- opment and urban community se~,ice will be desi~ated to review applications. D~in~: ~e deadhne date is published ~ the Federal Re~ter. ~ge of Approv~l/D~proval Time: Notification usually will made w~thin four months of the deadline for submission of appli- ca~ion~ Ap~s: Non~ Renewals: None. ~SI~ CONS~ERATIONS: Fomul~ ~d ~tehi~g Req~rem~: Th~ progr~ h~ no smtuto~ formula to det~ine the ~ounl of a gran~ ~e gr~te~ ~ re- quired to cont~h~te to ~e project an ~o~t from nominal sources equal to a~ l~st one-fourth the amount of the grant. nonfederal cont~bution may ~ in c~h or in-~nd. I~u~h and Tim~ Ph~ing of A~sis~ee: Gr~m may be ~de on a multi-year b~ excep~ ff~t no inxtitu~on, ~divid~ly or ~ a timpani in a consortium of insfimfio~ may receive a grant For ~ore th~ five yearn. PO~ AS~&N~ REQUI~I~: Re~or~: A ~al performance report i~ req~kcd. Audi~: Au~t~ w~l] be c~d~=*ed ~der aFp~ieable ~i~gle a~d~l ReentRy: Rec..:g~ ~.77:rt~-g claVr-s ~.,'Aer a graet .r:'_ ::_-;r be ~in-.d for fi~.e >ears after terr:t.A..'Tat_" n of the av.ard. FIN.~N CL~.L IN FOR-'~,L~,TION: Account Identific-,tion: 9 I-C,201-0-1-502. ObU~tt~ons: (Grants) FY ~;5 $10.LKK,.~i(~k FY ~6 e~t rat ide'~Sf~abl~ and F'Y 97 mt $0. (Note: l~e F"t" 96 mtimate vdI1 be determined upon enactment of the 199b appropriation for this program.I R~nge and Average ef Financial A~sRtanee: The range is from $150,CO0 to $1,200,000; $500,000. PRORRAM ACCOblPLISHMENTS: In fiscal year 1995, three new awards were made, and 23 projects received continuation awards. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LIIERA'I'URE: 34 CFR 636 (Program Regulations) published in the Federal Register on August 11, 1993. INFORMATION CONTACa'S: Regloual or Loc~ Office: Not applicable. He~dqgarters Office: Department of Education, Office of Postsee- ondary Eduealion, Division of Higher Education Incentive Pro- grams. 600 Independence Ave., SW., Portals Building, Courtyard Level, Washington, DC 20202-5251. Contact: Sarah Babson. Tele- phone: (202) 260-3472. Use thc same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EXhMPLES OF FUNDED PRO,lEerS: Crime prevention; youth safety; neighborhood revitalization; and improving student retch- lion and performance. cRrI'ERIA FOR SELEC'rlNG PROPOSALS: Determination of need for the project (I0 points}; organization for operation (20 points); quality of project objectives (10 points); quality of implementation strategy (20 points); quality of evaluation plan (15 points); quality of key personnel (10 points); budget and cost-effectiveness (5 points): and institutional commitment (10 points). 84,254 STATE LITERACY RESOURCE CENTERS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Adult Education Act, Part B, Subpart 7, Section 356, as amended, 20 U.S.C. 1203 et. seq. OBaECrlVES: To assist State and local, public, and private nonprofit efforts to eliminate illiteracy. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: States must use the funds to a) award a competitive contract to an eligible applicant to operate a State center, b) expand an existing center within the State, and/or c) enter into an interstate agreement to develop and operate a re- gional center. Not more lhan ten percent of amounts received shall be used to purchase computer hardware or software. Not more than five percent of amounts received shall be used to estab- lish a State advisor), council on adult education and literacy. ELIGIBILrIlt" ]REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: States are eligible to receive grants. Eligible re- cipients for competitive contracts to be awarded by the States are: to) The State educational agency; (b) one or more local education- al agencies: (c) a State office on literacy; (d) a volunteer organiza- tion; (el a community-hosed organization: (f) an institution of higher education; or {g) another nonprofit entity. The Governor of a S~ate may submit an application to the Secretary for a grant for a State Adult Literacy Resource Center. The Governors of a group of Stat~ may submit an application to the Secretary for a grant for a regional adult literaoy resource center. Beneficiary Eligibility: Public aud private programs providing or seeking to provide basic ~kil]s instruction, including local edaea- tloual agencies, agencies responsible for correetiork~ edueatio~, service deliver~, areas un~er the Job Training Partnership Act, welfare agencies, lal:~r organizations, business, voI~nteer groups, and c~mmunity-based organizations will benefit. Credentials/Document-rich: .~PLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplieation C~ordiaatiom T~,}~ l~rogram i~ eligible for coverage ,rrSer go 12372. lvtergo:ernmental P.e-,~e~ of FederJJ Pro- 842 i m M ..... n Tl57691666
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gram~" An appl:zar~t ~h,~uld ed ~ ~k~ s~gle ~r_t cf c~n~zt m ~ cr ~ S~te for mcr~ mfcr- ~on cn ~e prc~ the S~te req~ irg frr ~is~rce, ff t~e S~e k~ ~e~d ~e ~rc~m fcr r~iew. req~. A~ii~d~a ~e~.re: An app~icaficn d~dbing how @e State cra ~oup of Smt~ witl meet the requiremen~ of the Act must ~ sub- mi~d m ~e Secrecy of ~ucaticn. Awed ~ar~ Appli~ticns ~I1 be approved by the S~rem~ of Education. In applying ~e fo~ula in sect{on 313 ~) of the Act to c~culate ~ts, the SecreCy couaS ~e humor of ad~ only in Smt~ that have approv~ appli~fions. When fun~ are av~l- able, the Secrem~ will allot to ~ch State (wi~ an approv~ aw plication) ~ ~ount that b~rs the ~me ratio to those sums m the ~ount allotted to the State under Section 313~) of the Act for the pu~ose of making grants under Section 321 of the Act h~rs to the aggregate ~ount allotted to all Smt~ under ~at Section. D~M~: D~dlines will be ~noun~d in the Federal Re~ster. R~ge ef A~revM~i~re~l ~e: Approximately 30 days. A~: States are aftbrded an oppo~unity for hearings. If dissatis- fied with the Secretary's final action, it may appeal to the U.S. Cons of Appeals. Renew~s: None. ASSI~ANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Fo~u~ ~d M~tehlng R~.iremen~: From ~e funds av~lable for this progr~, an award will be made proved State Literacy R~ource Center application, an amount that be~s the same ratio to those sums as the amount allotted to the State ~der Section 313(b) of the Act for the purpo~ of making g~ts under Section 321 of the Act bears to the aggregate amount allotted to all Stat~ under that Section. In applying the formula in section 313 (b) of the Act to calculate grants, the Sec- reta~ counts the number of adulB only in States that have ap- proved applications. The Federal shoe for this program shaB not exceed 80 percent in the flint and second year, 70 percent in the third and fourth y~rs, and ~ percent in the fifth and succeeding years. If a State receiv~ funds for participation in a regional center, the State is only required to provide 50 percent of the non- federal share. The nonfederal share of pa~en~ may be in-cash or in-kind. Len~ ~4 Time Ph~iag ef AssUrance: Funds must be expended within 27 months a~r the flint date of availability. POST ASSISTANCE REQ~I~MENTS: Re~eHs: Financial status and performan~ re~s as required by the Department of Eduction General Administrative Re.luting, 34 CFR 75,720 to 75.721 must be maintained. Specific reporting re- quiremen~ are contained in ~e award d~ument. Au~: Periodic audits should be made ~ p~t of the recipient's system of financial management a.d intern~ control to meet the terms ~d conditions of the grant. Record: ~e ED General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 76.73~734. ~NAN~AL INFO~IATION: Account l~nfifi~fion: 9 I~-0-1-501. Obli~fions: (~r~) FY 95 ~3,~,~; ~" 96 cst not identifiable; ~d ~ 97 ~t $0. (Note: ~c FY 96 es~ will ~c dctc~ned u~n enactment cf the 1996 ~prcpri~ion for thi~ pro~; the FY 97 ~t will ~ d~termincd u~n vomp]etion of the V~ticn~ and Adnlt ~uca~icn prvgra~ rcauthvri~ion.) ~nge ~d Av~e of Fin~cial A~[~ $17,242 to $872,275; PR~t ACCOMP~NTS: All ~0 S~, the Di~fivt of Col~mbia, and P~e~o Rico recei~e~ gra~ts to ~ppo~ l;teracy re- source centers; 41 Stat~ are ~ing granLs to expand existing li~r- aey r~urce centers; se~,~ States are ~tabl~ing new literacy re- source center; 11 Stat~ p~ici~at~ in t~ee re#o~ lit~a:y re- source ~nters. ~GUK~ONS, G~D~N~, 4~ ~d 4~: ~G~ Pa~ 74, 76, 77. 7~. ~9, $1, 82, ~5, ~5 86. LNTO R_M_t_TION CON "I'ACTS: Regional or Lecal Office: See AppenSLx IV cf the Ca,~d:,g 13:.r a l~t of the adr/resses for fl-,e Det~artme~t cf Educat~or~'s re~icnaI or- ates. Headqum-texs Office: IY, visicr~ of Ad.~t Educat2on and L~:era;y, Oft2ce of the Assistant Secretary for Vezaraonal and Adult Ed~.~- tion, Department of Edt~catinn, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., ~'ashi~gton, DC 20202-7320. Contact: Julia R. Shepherd. Tele- phone: (202) 205-96~5. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: ~4.002, Adair Education--State Grant Pro- gram. EXAMPLES OF FUN~ED PROJECTS: This is a new program, no examples are available. CRFI'ERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Not applicable. 84.2$$ LITERACY PROGRAMS FOR PRISONERS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: National Literacy Act of 1991, Public Law 102- 73, as amended; Public Law 102-103, Title VI, Section 601, 20 U.S.C. 1211 et. seq. OBJECI'IVES: To assist persons incarcerated in a prison, jail, or de- tention center to achieve functional literacy. To reduce prisoner recidivism through the development and improvement of life skills necessary for reintegration into society. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds can be used to provide grants to State and/or local correctional agencies or correctional educational agencies to: (1) Establish programs that will assist in- carcerated adults achieve functional literacy; or (2) assist in the development and operation of programs designed to reduce pris- oner recidivism through the development and improvement of life skills necessary for reintegration into society. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: A State correctional agency, a local correction- al agency, a State correctional education agency, or a local cor- rectional educational agency may apply. BendlclmT Eligibility: Individuals incarcerated in adult correctional facilities will benefit. Credenti~ds/Doeumentatlen: Legal signature by a designated official on the application is required. Costs will be determined in accord- ance with OMB Circular No. A-122 for nonprofit institutions. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Pre~pplie~tion Coordinslion: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance. The standard application forms as furnished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. Al~lfeatin~ Procedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted to the Department of Education in accordance with program an- nouncements and established deadlines. Award Procedure: Applications are reviewed in accordance with reg- ulations for the Adult Education Act, as amended by the National Literacy Act. After negotiation a notification of award is sent to successful applicants. Demlll~es: Notice of application deadlines are published in the Fed- eral Register. R~ge of Approv~l/Dls~l~prowl Time: Approximately 120 to 150 days after deadline for transmitting applications. Apl~ls: After receiving notice from the Secrer~ry that the Depart- ment will not award a grant to an eligible applicant, the applicant has 30 calendar days to request, in writing, a hearing to review the Secretary's decision. Renewals: Fan,ling f~r the second and third 12 mcr, ths is subje~.t to availabi~iIy cf f~,~ds and the grantee rneettng requirerncr;ts of CFR 75.253. 6-96 843 T157o91667
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,~SSISTANCE CON$1~ERATIONS: Dep~ent of ~u~on Gene~ Adm~strative Re~lations 34 C~ 7$.320 ~ 35.721 m~t he m~n~fl. Specifi~ req~emen~ ~e ~n~n=d in ~¢ awed A~: Ped~ic audits should be made ~ part of ~e recipient's system ~f fin~c~ m~agement ~d m[emal ¢ongol to meet tha t~ and con~fions of ~ g~t. Record: Recor~ ~e kept in a~cordance with ~e Dep~ment of ~ucation's Gener~ Adminis~tive Regulations and 34 CFR 75.73~75.734. ~~ ~O~ON: Accomt I~fion: 91 ~- l-SOl. O~ (Grits) ~" 95 $5,1~,~; ~ 96 ~t not identifiable; and ~ 97 ~t $0. ~ote: ~ ~ 96 ~t will ~ dete~ined upon enactment of the 1996 approp~afion for this program; the ~" 97 ~t ~411 be d~te~ined upon completion of the t~uthofi~tion of • e progr~.) ~ge ~d Average of F~ ~B~ce: Eighteen aw~ds were made in f~ year 1995. ~e average grant w~ $269,~. PROG~I AC~MP~S~S: No exampl~ are cu~ently av~l- able. ~GU~ONS, GU~, ~ LI~RE: Title 34 CFR 4~.3, 489 ~d 490; EDGAR, PaO~ 74, 76, 77, 79, 80, 82, 85, and, 86 apply. I~O~ON CO~A~: Re~on~ or Lo~ O~ee: None. H~dqu~ O~: Division of Nation~ Programs, O~ce of V~- tional and Ad~t Education, Dep~ment of Education, ~ Inde- pendence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-7242. Rich~d L. Smith. Telephone: (202) 205-5621. U~ the same number for ~S. RELA~D PROG~S: 84.~2, Adult Edu0ation--S~te Grant Pro- gr~; 84.~8, Vocational Education--Bmic Grits to Stat~. EX~L~ OF ~DED PRO~E~S: ~e Ohio Depa~ment of Re- habili~don ~d Correction's Function~ Literacy for S~te and L~al P~soners Project provid~ incarcerated adults with employ- ability ~sment, targeted inst~ctional se~ic~ and community linkage for continued training and education. The M~yl~d State Depa~m~nt of ~u~tion/~ectiond ~ucation Division's Life Skills for State and Lo~ Pdsonem Project provid~ literacy and life s~lls trai~ng directly linked to ~cupational skills training and tr~sition ~sis~n~ for medium and minimum s~u~ty inmate. ~ FOR S~E~G PROPOSAl: ~e following criteria ~e used in r~viewing applications. ~ch criterion should be at- dried. Poem are aw~d~ to the extent ~at evidence in the ap- pli~tion mtisfi~ each c~tefion: (a) Progr~ factom; @) educa- tion~ si~ifi~ce; (c) plan of operation; (d) ev~uation plan; (e) demonslmtinn and dimemination; (0 key ~nnel; (g) budget and costs~ff~fiven~; and (h) adequacy of resources and ~mmit- m~t. 84.2~6 ~UCA~ON G~ PROG~[ FOR ~Y ASS~~ STA~S ~E~L AG~: OFFICE OF ASSISTA~ SEC~Y FOR ELE~NTARY AND SECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEP~iE~ OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: El~en~y ~d Second~ ~u~tion Act of 1965, Title I, ~ ~ended. O~~: To ~ro%4de direr ~ac~tion~ se~¢i~ for con~t~t w~ the p~ of ~fle I of ~e Elemental' md Sec- ond" ~cafien AcL ~e Admit ~a~tion Act, or ~e Dwight D. H~ow~ ~th~ati~ ~d S~e~c~ ~a~ti~n Act. incla~e t~her ~ing, cu~:~l~ ~elopm~ ins~c~onal ~t~Ha~s, g~nerM ~h~cl impro~cnt, or refo~. TYPES OF AS~ISI'.~.NCE: Pro~-t ~ ~G~" ~Q~: Samc~ the ~mm~n~ ~f ~e No~em M~a Rep~bEe of P~au, ~e Federated S~tes ~f Micron~ pub~c of ~ M~sha~ ~l~ds may apply. ~efi~ ~#bili~': ~M educafionM agenci~ ~ ethan U.S. Te~tofi~ ~d the Federat~ Smt~ of Mieron~ ~d th~ Repu~ lie ef the M~hMI Isl~ds wail benefit. Creflenfi~menmflen: ,~PLICA~ON ~ AWeD PR~: ~pH~on ~on: Prodded by th~ Pac~c Re,on ~u~- tion~ Laboratory (PREL). ~ en~rcnmen~ impact required ~or ~s pro~. ~ progr~ ~ eB~b]e for cov~age under ~.O. 123~2, "Imergove~m~ Review o~ Feder~ Pro- ~r~s." An appli~t should ~onsu]t th~ o~ o~ o~ci~ d~i~at- e~ as th~ single ~int of con~ct in his or her S~te for more ~or- matron on th~ proc~ th~ S~te req~r~ to be ~ollow~ in apply- ing for a~ce, i~ ~e S~te h~ s~lected the pro~ ~or renew. Ap~ ~edure: Appli~o~s ~e available from ~e Dir~mr, Sch~l H~ectivcn~s Division, School Improvemen~ O~ce o~ El~n~ry ~d Secondly ~duca~on, R~m 4~, Por- ~ls Building, W~hington, DC Awed Pr~edu~: Applicsfio~ for con~ua~ons m~ ~ sub~ ~o the Depar~ent oF Hducation, Appli~tion ~n~o] ~nter, W~hington, DC. P~L s~]l conduct the ccm~ti~on ~or and will su~mi~ recommendations o~ appli~ons for fund~g th~ Secretary o~ ~u~6on. ~¢ ~cre~ will awed ~ng into consideration th~ reco~en~o~ of P~L. D~in~: D~dline will ~ announced in the ~er~ Re~s~er. R~ge of Approv~apvrov~ Time: The r~ge is appro~ma~ely n~e~y ~ays. Apes: Pro~ur~ ~e s~ted in CF~ ~0. Renew~s: Continuations of ~welve months each for a ~o~ momhs are ~vailab]e. Ccntinua~ons will be b~ed upon presen~- fion of evidence of satisfactory pro~s towed goals and objec- tive. ASSI~ CONSIDE~TIONS: Formnla and MateMng Requirement: None. ~n~h ~d T~e Ph~ng of ~is~ee: Thimy-six months with =nuM con~uatiom. PO~ A~TAN~ REQUI~ME~: Re~om: Annu~ repots must ~ submitted. Aud~: The Single Audit Act will apply. Record: Records must ~ mMn~ed m nee~y for audit ~d for five y~ after the program ends. ~NAN~L ~FO~ON: Account Ident~on: 91 ~9~2-1-501. Ob~o~: (Gmts) FY 95 $5,~,~ ~ 96 ~t $5,~,~; ~d FY 97 ~t $5,~,~. PROGMM ACCOMPLIS~: No ex~pl~ ~e eu~ently av~- able. ~GU~ONS, G~~, AND L~E~E: Regulations and g~ddin~ published ~ the F~erM Re#ter J~ 19, 1~93. R~o~ or ~ O~: ~amct the P~L o~ee. Headqm~ ~: School Improvement Pro~s, Seh~l Eff~- tivenem Division, State and ~al Progr~s B~eh (Chapter 2), ~ Ind~ndeaee Avenue, SW., R~m 45~, Po~s B~Id~ W~hington, DC 20202-61~. Use the mine n~r for ~ PROG~: None. ~IPL~ OF ~EO PROIE~S: M~t applie~ ~e conduct. ~ng prog~ for s~ develcpm~t saeh ~ ~hol~ ~d derg~daa~e degree prog~ for e~fng ~ FOR S~G PROPOSe: Cfite~a ~ere ~n ~a~ FeS~ Re~ter, J~aari 19, 1993. TI57691668
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84.251 NATIONAL ~NS1TI~"I'E FOR LITEtL~CY FEDEIO~I, AG~': NATIONAL IN$~ FOR L~E~', DEPAR~E~ OF ED~CA~ON A~O~ON: ~ ~w 102-73, 20 U.S.C. 1201. O~~: To ~h~ the ~fi~n~ eff~ to r~ch National ~u- ~fion GeM - ~at MI ~e~ will ~ literat~ by ~¢ y~ 2~3 - throu# the c~rdi~ffon of effom for hmracy acro~ Federfl agenci~, ~d t~ough sup~ for ~* cr~tion ~fl d~em~mion of ~o~ation to improve limracy practice, pMicy, ~d tec~cM ~ce to literacy pro~dem. In a~vancing this bread pu~se, ~L ~ au~o~ed m pmu~ many different sp~ific acfivifi~. ~ey include: f~ding r~ch and development, creating a dam- b~ of cu~ent infomtion on ~licy and practice, pro~d~g techni~ a~ce, ~d~g fellowships, ~d suppling a na~onal literacy hot line. An over reac~ng p~ciple ~ that ~L will my out i~ acti~ti~ t~ough collaborating with and b~lding on e~st- ing public ~d private effo~s. ~ OF ASSI~CE: Project Grits; Project Gran~ (Contract); Pro]~t Grank~ (Fellowships). US~ ~ USE ~RI~ONS: Projec~ c~ot dupli~te a~iviti~ being peffo~ed by the Secre~ of Education. ~s program is governed by an ~teragoncy group made up of the Depa~en~ of Education, Health ~d Hum~ Se~ic~, and Labor. ELIG~ REOUI~M~: A~lie~t Eli#flity: Public ~d private nonprofit institutions may apply. Benefie~ Eli~: State resource literacy cemem, individuMs, universities, and education organizmions will benefit. Cr~en~menm~on: None. ~P~CA~ON A~ AWeD PRO~S: Prea~on ~or~a~om ~is progr~ is oli~ble for coverage under E.O. 123~2, 'Intergove~mental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicam should consult the o~c~ or o~cial d~i~at- ed ~ the single #nt of contact in his or her State for more infer marion on the proce~ th~ Smt~ requir~ to ~ follow~ in apply- hg for ~s~mce, if the State h~ s~lected th~ pro~ for review. A~li~on Pr~edu~: Application proued~es are sut fo~h in EDGe. Awed Procedure: Announcemen~ are made in ~e Federal Registen ~ntact the h~dquarters o~ce for de~ls. D~n~: Dates are published in ~e FederM Register. Contact the headqua~ers office for pa~icular project deadline. R~ge of A~prov~i~rov~ T~e: ~e range is appro~ately ~ days. A~als: App~ls can be made directly to the Director of the Na- tionM Imfitute for Literacy. RenewS: Renewals are possible for multi-year grits that are awarded. ~SI~CE CONSIDERA~ONS: Fomult ~ ~te~g Req~emen~: None. ~# ~d Tim~ Ph~g of ~is~cz: The ~n# of gr~ va~ de,riding u~n the ty~ of project. POST ~SI~AN~ ~Q~~S: Re~m: Qua~erly re~s are required. Au~l~ Audi~ are comingent upon EDGAR. Re~0r~: Gran~ ~d contract files must be retained ~ a~eord~ce with EDGe. ~~ I~~ON: Aeeo~t I~n~tion: 91~1-~01. ~B~fle~: (Gr~ ~d contract) ~ 9~ $5,~,~; FY 96 ~t not iden~able; ~d ~ 97 ~t $0. ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t~ate will ~ detemined u~n enactmem of th~ 1996 appropfia~on for ~is pro- ~; ~e ~ 97 est ~I1 be dete~ined u~n completion of the v~fio~ ~d adult ~u~fion progr~ r~u~o~tiom $I~0.~. PR~ A~O~L~~: The ~ti~te has crated a unique ~d innovative s~tt~G~e-~ infection ~d commuta- tion network cn Interact ~ ~ro',~d~ Ht~y pro~ ~ eve~" State .~ith c~rrent reliaV_le i~Szrmafi2n c~ eff~v~ ~t~" ~G~ONS, GL~~, ~N~ ~~ FederM Ac- quisi~on Reggla~era =d ~G~ ~O~ON CON~A~: R~ or ~ O~ce: N~t ap#i~le. H~dq~e~ O~: NafionM ~sti~te for Litany, 8~ Co~ec~cut Av~u~ ~'., W~in~on, DC 2~. ~~ OF ~ PRO~S: A thre~ to five y,~ effo~ on be~lf of ad~ ~th ]~g d~bili~ w~ funded. ~pacity- ~ding gr~ to 14 S~t~ to d~ign ~d imp]emit ~teragency syst~s for either s~ development or outcome-b~ed ~orm- ant, m~agem~nt w~ fund~. The development of ~ electronic Inte~*t-b~ lit~acy infommion and communication system is cu~ently avMlabl, ~ a prototy~. ~I~ FOR S~E~NG PROPOSe: For specie criteria on indi~du~ $m~, th~ institution should be contacted. 84.258 EVEN ST~T~DIAN T~ AND TR~ ORGA~ONS ~DE~ AG~: O~ICE OF ELEMENTAKY AND SEC-ONDLY EDUCA~ON, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Elem,ntary ~d Se~ndary ~ucation Act of 1965, Titl, I, P~ B; 20 U.S.C. 2741 et seq. O~~: To provid~ fm~y~entered eduction projects to help p~ents b~come f~l pmnen in the education of the~ e~ldren, ~ist ~hildren in r~ching ~eir full potential ~ l~ers, and to provide ~teracy trig for their parent. ~ OF ASSI~: Project Grits (Dis~etion~y). US~ A~ USE R~ONS: Funds are reed primely for such acfi~ti~ ~ rec~itmem ~d soreening of children ~d parents, signing of pro~ inst~cdons for children ~d parents, training stuff, ~d c~rdinadng with other prepares. E~GIBIL~ A#imt ~i~iB~: F~d~rMly reco~ized Indian tribe, ~d tribal organ~tions ~ d~fined in the Indian Self-Determination and ~u- cmion AssUrance A~t, Section 4, may apply. Be~efiei~ Eli#bi~: Benefitting are paren~ ~d their children from bi~h to seven y~ old. Parents must also be eligible to p~- ticipat, under th* Ad~t Eduction Act. Creden~*~umBn~on: None. APPLICA~ON A~ A~V~ PRO~SS: Pre~pp~flon ~rd~a~on: None. This prepare is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~li~on P~re: Feder~ly reco~ized Indian tribes and tribal organizations submit app~cmions in accord~ce with program an- nounc,m,nts. Awed ~o¢~ure: ~e Dep~ment of Education awards gran~ to Indi~ tfib~ ~d tfibM organizations on th~ b~is of selection cri- teria published ~ th~ FederM Register. D~Mzt: Deadlin~ will be announced ~ the Fede~! Register. ~nge of A~t~rov~ T~e: Approx~ately 30 to 120 days. A~: None. RenewS: Gr~B ~e for up to four ye~s with ~n~l renewals ]ect to the approvM of ~e Depa~ment of Education. ASS~T~ CONS~ONS: F~m~l ~d Ml~ ~rem~: ~e F~erM share of the cost of a subg~t pro3¢ct is not more ~ ~ percent in the first y~r, 80 percent in the second y~r, 70 ~rcent in the third y~r ~d perc,nt in the foa~ ~d fin~ y~. ~# ~d T~e ~mMg of ~e: G~ may not ~x¢~ fo~r PO~ ~CE R~m: A~n~I ~ndit~e re~ are req~. Au~B: ~ a~or~¢e with ~ ~cafion Depa~nt General ~ni~on Reff~fio~ ~ 34 C~ 80, Smm ~d lo~ Govern- T157691669
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'~ihh n ~he State's f'~aI )~r sha~l ha~ ~u a~:t ~mde ~n a:ccrg- ~=~ ~s~ the Ap~ud~ t~ Pan R~: I~ acc~rda~ ~ith the G~er~ ~t~n Prc,~/~c~ Ac~ ~ad the ~n~n DeFa~=t Adm:n~a~ve Re~la%~r=~ mm ~roject records m~t ~e re~ined for ~va ~&N~L ~O~L&~ON: Ohlf~fion~: (Gran~) ~" 95 $1,470,3~; ~" 96 ~t $1,470,~; and FY 97 ~t ~ge ~ Av~ge of Fin~eiM ~ismee: The range i~ from PROG~f ACCON~LIS~fE~S: No e~ampl~ arc currently available. REGULA~ONS, GUIDEL~S~ A~ L~E~&TURE: Regulations c~ be found in ~4 CFR 212. INFORMA~ON CO~A~S: Re#onal or ~ Of~ee: Not applicable. H~dqu~e~ Offie~ Department of Eduction, Compensatory ~u- cation Programs, O~ce of Elementary ~d Secondaw ~ucation, 6~ Inde~dence Avcnu~ SW., Washington, DC 20202-6132. Contact: Donna Conforti ~pbell. Telephone: {202) Use the same number for RELA~D PROGR~tS: 84.~2, Adult Education--State Grant Pro- gram: ~.010, Title I Grants to Local Edu~tional Agencies; 84.011, Migrant ~ucation~B~ic State Grant Progr~; 84.024, ~rly ~ucation for Children with Disabilities; 93.~, Head Start. EXAMPL~ OF ~DED PROfE~: Cov¢lo Indian Communily Council, Covelo, Ca~fomia. ~e Mendoc~o County Native American Even Start involves three federally recognized tribes. A ccntcr-b~ed approach to f~ily literacy serv~ all Even S~rt par- ticipants. ~e learning centers support the three core components and related services. Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, Okl~oma, Through this project, Cherokee Even Sta~ families receive parent education, early childhood education, and family literacy training. I~s support components, transportation, childcare, ~d home-based instruction, provide assistance in overcoming the barriers to the achievement of literate, educated [~ili~ who arc able to compete in a global economy. CRITERIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Likelihood of succc~ in meeting the Even Sta~ goals (35 points); percentage of eligible children and parents to be served (10 points); degree of coopera- tion and coordination (30 points); reasonableness of budget (10 points); and promise as a model 05 points). 84.2~ NATIVE HAWAI~N VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRE- TARY FOR VOCATIONAL ~D ADULT EDUCATION, DEPARTN~NT OF EDUCATION AUTHO~TION: Carl D. Perki~a Vocational ~d Applied Tech- nology Education Act, Title I, Section 103, Public I.aw 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 230~ O~E~IVES: To make ~ants to organizations primarily serving and repr~enting Nmive Hawaiia~ for programs or portions of pro- grams autho~zed by, ~d consistent with, the Carl D. Perkins Vo- cational and Applied ~u~tion Act. ~'P~ OF ASSET, S: Project Grau~ (Coo~rativc A~ecmen~). US~ AND USE ~I~ONS: To provide vocational education opport~ities for Native Hawaiians. ~GIBIL~" REQUI~ME~: Ap~li~t Eli#bili~': Any organi~tion pfi~rily se~'ing and repre- senting Native Hawaiians aud recognized by the O~vemor of Hawaii may apply ~fi¢i~' ~i~it~: Na~v¢ Haw~i~ ~ill b~n~fit. ~th OMB C~c~ N~. A-S7 f~,r State ~d lo~] governments. OMB Circular No. A-21 appli~ m ~ case of u~xxe~it)' and OMB Circ~l~ No. A-I22 aFph~ to n~2nprofit APPLICATION .~.N'D AWARD PROCESS: ard aFp!i~on fc~ ~ f.~hed h~ th~ F~e~ ag~cy m~d q~red by OMB Circular No. A-I02 m~st ~ ~cd for ~is Frc- ~am. ~is ~ro~ ~s ~c;u~d from coxaage und~ ~O. IB7Z A~li~on ~ AFpli~fions m~ be ~rc~ar~ ~d sub~ttcd in accordance ~fi~ program announcement. ~is ~rogram is ex- cluded from covcrag= under OMB C~rcul~ No. A-If0. Awed Pt~ed~e: ~e SecreCy of ~acafion approv~ the applica- tion and after negotiation is complctcd, the Dcpa~mcnt of tion Gr~ Officer sends the Notification of Grit Award to the recipient. D~n~: Nonce of application dcadlin~ arc published in the Fed- eral Register. R~ge of Ap~rovfl~rovfl Time: The range for approval is be- tween 120 and 150 days. App,: Not applicable. Renew~s~ Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONS~ERATIONS: Fo~ula ~d M~tehlag Requ~emen~ This program h~ no statutory formula or matching requirement. ~n~h and T~e Ph~ing of A~is~ce: The total project pc~ may not ~xcccd five yearn. POST ASSISTAN~ REQUIREME~S: Re~o~: Specific rcpoa~g rcquircmcnts arc ~ntaincd in the grant award documents. Audi~ Pcri~ic audils should be made as part of the rccipien£s sys- t~s of financial m~agement and intemM control to meet te~s and conditions of grants and other agrccmems. Records~ Scc ~ucation Department Gcncr~ Administrative Rcgu- lotions 34 CFR 75 and 77. ~NANC~L INFO~ATION~ Accost Identification: 91-~I-501. Oblf~tio~ (Gran~) FY 95 $2,5~,~; ~ 96 ~t not idcntifiablc; and FY 97 cst $0. (Note: ~c FY 96 cst will bc dctc~ined upon enactment of the 1996 appropdation for this program; the FY 97 cst will bc determined upon completion of the v~ational cduca- uon programs rcauthofi~tion.) Rouge and Avenge of Fia~cial ~is~nce: Oac grant in fiscal year 1995 w~ awarded. PROGR~I ACCOMPLIS~iENTS~ Vocational eduction programs that serve native Hawaii,s havc improvcd. REGULA~ONS, GUIDELINe, ~D E~RAT~E~ 34 C~ INFO~iA~ON CO~A~S~ Re~anfl or ~cfl O~cm See Appendix IV of the Catalog for a list of addr~sas for the Department's regional offices. Headqu~ers Of~ce: Division of National Programs, Office of Vo- cational and Adult ~ucafion, Oepa~ment of Education. Contact: Kate Holmbcrg. Telephone: (202} 205-5563. Use thc same number tbr ~S. RELATED PROGR~IS: 84.~& Vocational Education--B~ic Grants to S~tes. EXAMPLES OF ~NDED PRO~S: Computer t~ining center, small business owncrs~p, community college guid~cc and coun- selling, and tech-prcp pr~ccls have been landed with one grant award to Alu Like, Inc. CRITER~ FOR ~LE~G PROPOSA~ The following c~tcria arc ~cd in reviewing appli~fions. A ~gmcnt or segments of an application should address each criterion. Points are awarded to the extent ~hm evidence in the application satisfies och ~tcfion: (A) Progr~ d~i~ (35 point); (B) m~agement plan (25 {C} key ~ersonnel 05 ~n~}; {D) evaluation plan 05 ~ints); ~d (E) hudgc~ and cost- cffectivcn~s (I0 84.262 ~flNORI~" TEACHER ~CRUI~ ~L AGEN~'~ O~CE OF POSTSECO~ARY EDUCA-TION, DEPARTM~T OF EDUCATION AE~HO~TION~ Hi~er ~u~tion Act cf lqSL Ti~e V. P~t E, Sabya~ 2, ~ amended; PubH~ ~w I02-3Z% 20 US.C. II 12~. 846 6-96 T157691670
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~d~don ~r m~on~ t~ck~m ~ ~ ~d ~con~~ ~h~h; ~2) to iz~r~e ~e n~er ~f minority t~em, i~l~ng I~g~ mincfit~ t~he~ in elem~n~ and ~cond~ ~u~ ~3) t~ fd~fi~" ~fl encou~ge miu~n~ ~ud~L~ in ~ through ~-elhh ~ad~ to ~Jre to ~d gre~ar¢ for ~re~ ~ e'.¢- men~" ~d ~con~' scho~l t~hers. ~ OF ~S~ Project Granm. US~ ~ ~SE ~~ONS: Grits my b~ used to c~, out activifi~ au~ofized for p~hip gmn~ or plagement grits. E~IG~ REQ~S: A~t ~': Teacher P~n~h~p PreSto: Insfitutio~ of higher education ~ defined in ~ction 1201 of the Higher fion Act of 1965, in partnership with: (l) One or more institutions of higher eduction; ~d (2) one or more local education agencies, a State education agency, a S~te ~gher eduction ag~cy; or commun[B, h~d organ~tions may apply. Teacher Placement Progam: Institutions of higher education that have schools or pa~men~ of education may apply. Beneffei~ Eli~bi~': Minority indi~duals seeking oppo~uniti~ in education; m~ority teachers, includ~g l~guage minority teach- era, in elementary and ~ondary sch~ls; m~ofity studen~ in the seventh through twelfth grades ~e~g c~eers in elemen~ ~d secondary school t~ching ~ll benefit. Credeng~oe~en~fion: An appropriate application form wit be d~ignated by the Secretary. ~is program is excluded from coy. erase ~der OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWeD Pm,~fion Coord~mfiom ~is progr~ is eligibl~ for coverage under E.O. 123~2, 'Intergovemment~ Review of Feder~ Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the offl~ or o~cial d~i~at- ed ~ the single ~int of contact in h~ or her State for more infor- mation on the proc~s the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for ~is~ce, if the S~te has selected the pro~am for review. A~plieafion Pt~e~are: A formal application fo~ describing the planned project must be sub'trod. See the specific program guidelines. ~is program is subject to the provisions of OMB Cir- cular No. A-II0. Award Procedure: Panels of ou~ide experts with knowledge of the programs will review all applications. Grant awards are recom- mended to the Secretary by ~he program s~ff. Dealing: Con~ct the progrm office for application deadlines. R~e of A~rov*l~ap~roval ~[me: Approximately four to six months. ApseS: None. RenewS: Projects funded the first ye~ will be e~ble for aw~ds for the second and third years on a non-competlng continuation b~is, subject to the availability of fun~. ~I~AN~ CONSIDERA~ONS: Fo~ulm ~ Matching Requ~emem~: ~ere is a 50 percent nonfeder- ~ matching requirement for each ~ant. Matching may ~ ~ c~h or ~-Mnd. ~is includes pl~ned equipment or service. ~ ~fl ~e Ph~g of ~ge: Competitions ~e held eve~, three yearn. Projects funded the first y~r will be eligible for aw~ds for the second and third y~s on a noncompeting con- tinuation b~is. PO~ ~SISTAN~ Re~: Annug financiai smt~ and pefforman~ reports are quired. Au~i~ Audits are geffo~ed ~ r~uired by regulations. R~or~: ~rante~ are r~uired to ma~i~ s~nd~d edu~tion~ and financi~ records for a ~riofl of five years from the te~nation of Ihe award. ~~ ~O~tA~ON: Accost Idenfi~emfi~ 91~201~-1-502. Ob~gifio~: (Gran~) ~" 95 $2,458,~ ~" 96 est not identifiable; ~d ~" 97 ~ $2,45g,~. ~ote: Th~ ~" 96 ~ ~ill ~ deter- minefl ~pvn e~tment of ~e 1996 apFre~fi~n for th~ ~.) ~ ~ A,~ge of ~fl ~ce: ~e average new p~- nemhip g~ut ~ $57,(~; ~e a~emg¢ continuation g~t ~~ $3_*&003: The hey. teacher ~hw~m~t ;~ward ",~s $I_~_~.C*-'¢3: PR~M ACCOMP~S~S: ~i~een a~ar~ ~I1 ke m~e in Ig~5. w~ o~ated L~ fisc~ ~e~ 19~4 ~fler the ~a~tton DeF~ent Gene~ Afl~tmfive Re~lafi~ns. ~e wgl ~e ~rog~ re~- lafio~ develo~d for the next tom,tilden for new awards ex~e=t- ed to be held for f~ y~ 1996. I~O~ON R~o~ or ~ O~ce: None. H~dq~ers O~ee: Depa~ent of ~¢ation, Higher Eduction Progams, O~¢e of Postseeondary Education, ~ Independence Argue, SW., W~hin~on, DC 20202-5153. ~n~et: J~iee Wilcox. Telephone: (202) 2~3207. Use ~ ~me n~mber for ~S. ~D PROG~: None. ~L~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: Aw~ds have been made that ~get such ~pulafions ~: 1) American Indian gaduate student; 2) Hisp~i~ l~ge minority p~a-prof~sion~s; ~d 3) Affie~- ~e~ middle-school studen~ that ~pire to become tea¢hers. ~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: ~e sel~tion for a ~serefiona~ ~nt program that do~ not have regulations are fo~d in the Dep~ment of ~ueafion Gener~ Admi~s~afive Regulations ~DGAR). Section 75 will be used. Selection e~tefia include ~e following: (1) Meeting the purpos~ of the authorizing statute; (2) extent of need for the project; (3) pl~ of operation; (4) qu~ity of key ~o~e]; (5) budget and cost~ffeefiveness; (6) ev~uation ply; and (7) adequacy of re~urees. 84.263 RE~ITATION T~IN~& EXPERI~~ ~D INNOVATIVE TRAINING ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~TION: Rehabili~tion Act of 1973, Title III, Part A, Section 302, ~ amended, Public Law 93-112; Public Law 99-506; ~blie Law 102-569, 29 U.S.C. 774. OBJECt: ~is program is desired to: (a) Develop new types of uaining progr~s for rehabilitation pe~onnel and to demonstrate the effe~tiven~s of these new types of training programs for reha- bilitation personnel in provid~g rebabili~tion servic~ to individ- u~s with d~abiliti~; and (b) develop new and improved methods of train~g rehabfli~tion personnel so that there may be a more ef- fective de,very of rehabilitation servic~ by S~te and other reha- bili~tion agen~i~. ~P~ OF ~SISTANCE: Project Grants (Contract). US~ A~ USE R~I~ONS: Training grants are provided in fields directly related to ~e vocational and independent liv~g re- ~bflitation of indi~duals with dimbilifies. ELIG~ILI~ ~Q~RE~: A~B~t EU~ili~: State v~tional rehabilitation agen~, includ- ing Te~tofi~ ~d o~er public or nonprofit agencies and organi- mfio~ (inoluding i~titufions of high~ education) may apply. Bene~e~ Eli~l~ty: Indi~duals prepa~g for or employed in sitions relating to the rehab~i~tion of individuals with disabilities will benefit. ~edenfl~meatafion: An application should show eviden~ of eu~ent aeere~tation by or seek~g of accreditation from the d~- ignated aceredi~tion agency in the r~¢tive profession~ field. Co~ will ~ dete~ined in a~eordan~ ~th OMB Circular N~. A-g7 for S~te and !o~1 govemmenB. Cos~ will be dete~ined in aeeord~e with OMB Cireul~ No. A-21 for edu~fional i~tit~- riot. .~PLICA~ON A~ AW~ PROC~S: Pr~p~fion C~rli~ea: ~e stan~rd ap~l~fion fo~s ~ ~shed by ~e Fede~ agency anti required by OMB Cireul~ A-102 m~t be ~efl for th~ pro~am. ~ pro~ ~ eIig~ble for eov~g~ under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmen~ Review ef ~ Pro~" An appIi~t shoald ¢o~I~ the ~=e or d~i~t~ ~ th~ sin~e Feint of con~=t ku h~ er her Stat~ for 6-96 847 T157691671
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rn.~re in$crrr~ti:n ,:n the lvrc~s the ~ ~a ~pl~ng f~r ~:~:z~ if the S~te ~ ~I~z:ed ~e Fr~ f:r Appli~fi~ Pr~ur~ Ne~ aF~I~s ~e A~enu~ SW., W~on. DC 20202~. A~ent~n: ~4.263. ~n~in~don ap~Ii~ons, urg~ o~e~se indicted in the award nc~¢~ ~c ~uhmitted to the appropfiat~ re~n~ office listed in Ap~ndix IV of ~¢ Ca~log. ~s progr~ s~on~ of OMB Circular No. A-I ~w~ ~oee~e~ With the exception of gmn~ identified ~ "n~tion- al ~i~ifi~¢~" new and c~ntinuad~n gran~ are awarded by the Rehabilitation ~¢~ Admin~ration through i~ rcgio~ offices. All n~w applications are reviewed by a panel oF at l~st thr¢~ indi- vidu~s. ~ch pane! will ~¢nar~ly include two or more nonfederal consultants with expa~¢nce and trai~ng in th~ pro~sed area of training. D~llae~ ~nmct the headquarters or regional offices for appli~- tion d~d~n~. R~e ef ~re~l/Di~re~al Time~ From 120 to 160 days, A~I~ None. R~w~l~ ~¢n~wals are available o~ly through the new application process. Projects with an approved multi-y~r project ~efiod may be continued b~ed on the availabili~, of adequate funds and an annu~ review of accomplishments ¢o dateline safisfacto~ ~r- formance. Fer~d~ ~ M~tehi~ R~irem~a~; Orant¢~ are required to share in the costs of projects with the promotion su~ect to individu~ negotiation, ~h ~ Ti~ Ph~ia~ ~f ~ce~ Projec~ may gener~ly be suppled for a ~a~i~am of five years. Fun~s are grated on a twdve month b~is. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENt: Re~r~: Annual financi~ and progr~s repor~ must required by grant award terms and conditions. Audi~: Audits must be conducted on a continuing basis or at sched- uled intervals, usually once a year, but at le~t once every two years. In accordance wilh ~e provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of S~te and Local Government," State and I~al governments that receive Federal assistance of $1~,~ or more within ~he Stale's fiscal y~r shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive ~tween $25.~ and $1~,(~ within the State's fiscal year shall have an audil made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance ~i~h Federal laws and regulations governing the programs in which they p~ticipate. Record: Proper records must be maint~ned for three years after project completion ur until all audit qu~tions are resolved. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-0301~-1-5~. Obligations: (Contracts) FY 95 $1,8~,~; FY 96 est and FY 97 est R~ge and Average of Fi~cial ~nce: $~,~ to $110,~: ~1~,~. PR~M ACCOMPLISHMENTS: A wide variety of strategies develop new ~d improved methods of training rehabili~fion per- sonnel to sup~rt the eff~tive delivery of rehabili~tion ~e being fund~. Cu~culam development effo~ addr~s adapt- ire t~hnology lraining, computer-b~d i~ming, u~ of naturM supports at the work site, and interd~iplinary i~t~cticn for den- fislry prof~sional~ on rehabfli~fion and the needs of individuals whh di~bfliti~. REG~ON~, GUIDELINES, AND LI~RATUR~ Regulations can ~e fo~d in 34 CFR 3~5 ~d INFO~MA~ON ~N~A~: ~o~a] O~c~. S~ AppenJnx IV ef ~e ~og f~r a l~t ~f ad- cf 5pc~al ~zat::~n an~ Re~b~at~ve Se~c~ D~Fa~nt ~f ~96 IT. TelcFkon~ (202) 25~-9~1 Use th= same n~mker ~r ~S. b~ed hng~du~ized t~ning ~roject ~ng interactive vid~disc techa~l~, training: an~ 3~ a comput~r-b~ tr~ng pro~ for rehabili~i~n pr~f~si~nals in th~ ar~ of h~d injury reha~I~ta- tion ~d sup~o~ea cmplo~ent. CRI~RL& FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: ~e relevance of the content of t~e training to the mission of the public rehabili~on progr~ and p~ofiti~ for projec~ are in the application notice. Criteria for evaluating applications are punished in progr~ regu- latio~ 34 CFR 385 and 387. 842~ RE~BIL~ATION ~N~ CO~INUING EDUCATION ~D~AL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~A~ON: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title llI, Parl A, Section 302, ~ amended, Rehabilitation Act of 1992, Public Law q3-112; Public Law 99-506; Public Law 102-569. OBJE~ES: To suppo~ training centers that serve either a Federal region or another geog~phieal area and provide for a broad inte- grated sequence of ~ning activities that focus on meeting recur- rent and common training needs of employed rehabilitation per- sonnel throughout a multi-State geographical area. ~P~ OF ~SISTANCE: Project Gr~ (Cooperative Agreements). USES AND USE ~S~IfflONS: Training grants are limited to support of continuing education progr~s for pe~onnel such rehabilitation counselors, administrator, independent living spe- cialis~, audiologists, rehabilitation t~chers for individu~s who are blind, rehabili~tion technology speeiMis~ who provide v~ational, independent living, and client ~ssistance services to indi~duals wi~ disabilities under provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, ~ amended. ELIGIBIL~ REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eli~bifi~: State vocational rehabilitation agencies (~clud- ing territories/possessions), and other public or nonprofit agenci~ and organizatlom, including institutions of hi~er education ~y apply. ~nefi¢iary Eligibility: Individuals employed in positions related to the rehabilitation of iudividuals with disabilities will benefit. Credential/Documentation: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local government. Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-21 for educational institutions. APPLICATION AND AWeD PROCESS: Pr~ppllcafien C~r~ation: The standard application forms ~ f~- nished by the Federal agency ~d required by OMB Circular A-102 must be used for ~is progr~. ~is progr~ is efigible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovemmen~l Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated ~ the single point of contact in his or her S~te for more info~a~on on the process the State requ~ to be followed in applying for ~dstance, if the State h~ selected the progr~ for review AppOrtion Proe~ure: New applications are made to the Depa~- m~t of ~aeation, Application ~ntrol ~ter, ~ Inde~aden~ Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202~725. Attention: Continuation application% unless ethe~'~ indieat~ ~ the awed no~ice, are submitted to the approp~te regionM o~ee list~ in Appendix IV of the ~ml~g. ~ pre~ is subj~t to ~e provi- ~i~ of OMB Circuit Na A-I Awed P~e: Wi~ ~e excep~n ef gr~m i~ed ~ al si~c~ce," n~v ~fl cc~n~[~n g~ ~e a~arded ~y the Re~bi!i~i~n ~=zes Adm~stmdvn ~rou~h iB reff~n~ All ~ew apFl~fic~s are re~e'~ed by a pand of al Ie~¢t three m~i- ~'~1~ ~ch ~anel ~~I1 genemlly inzlude tm-o or mere n~nf~d~l T157691672
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~: ~n~:~ the h~dqu~e~ or regional c~c~ $~r aFpli~- ~ of Approv~/D~ppro~ T~ Frc~ I20 to I~3 Ap~: N~ne. R~w~: R~ew~ are av~lable ~nl~" through ~e new appliea~on pro=~. Projez~ with mn approv~ malfi-ye~ groje~t ~ may be continued b~ed on th~ av~a~fliW of adequate fun~ ~d ~n~ re,flew of ae~nmplishmen~ to dete~ine so,factory ~r- ~S~ CONS~ERA~ONS: F~ ~fl 5htc~ng Req~emen~ Gr~te~ ~e required to shoe in the cost of projeet~ wi~ the pro~rtion subj~t to individ~ negotiation. ~ ~d Time Ph~ing of ~h~ Projec~ may gene~ly suppled for a m~imum of five yea~. Fun~s are granted on a twelve month basis. POST A~I~AN~ REQ~ME~S: Re~: Annual financial and progress reports must be submitted required by grant award terms and conditions. Ae~: Audi~ m~t be conducted on a continuing b~is or at s=hed- uled ~te~s, usually once a ye~, but at le~t once every y~. In a~ordanee wi~ the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Governments," S~te and Io~ governments that receive FederM ~ist~ee of $1~,~ or more within the State's fis~ai year shall have an audit made for that year. State and lo¢M govemmen~ that receive betw~n $25,~ ~d $1~,~ within the State's fiscal ye~ shMl have an audit made in accordance with Cireul~ No. A-128, or in aceord~ce with FederM laws and regulations governing the progr~s in whizh they ~icipate. RecurS: Proof records must be m~n~ined for three ye~s ~ter • e project is completed or until MI audit questions ~e r~olved. ~NANCIAL INFORMA~ON: Accost Identifl~fion: 91-0301~-1-506. Obli~fio~: (Grits) ~ 95 $9,350,~; FY 96 est $8,~,~; and FY 97 ~t $9,350,~. ~ge ~d Average of Fin~eial A~h~ce: $271,~ to $498,~; $384,~. PROG~M ACCOMPLISHMENt: Training by the proje¢~ ad- dr~sed Rehabili~tion s~ tr~ning n~ds in hum~ r~our~ de- velopment, independent living rehabili~tion, management of reha- bili~tion fa¢iliti~, ~d supposed employment. REG~A~ONS, GUIDE~N~, AND LI~TU~: Regulations can ~ found in 34 CFR 385 and 389. ~FO~IA~ON CO~A~S: R~o~ ur ~ Office: Rehabilitation Se~¢es Adminis~ation re- gionM o~e~. See Appendix ~t of the Cat~og for a list of ad- dr~. H~dqu~ers O~ce: Rehabilitation Servie~ Administration, of S~eial ~ueafion and Rehabilitative Se~i¢~, Dep~ment of ~u~tion, W~hin~on, DC 20202-2~9. ~nmet: Ellen Chesley. Telephone: (202) 205-9481. Us~ the ~e n~ber for ~S. ~D PR~R~: None. ~~ OF ~ED PROJE~: ~ RCEP provifl~ t~n- ing for newly employed State agen=y stuff ~ well ~ for ex~ri- en¢~d State agenzy staff. Training progr~s ~e devet~d for ~s of related public ~d p~vate nonprofit rehabili~fi~n agen. ties. ~ FOR S~E~G PROPOS.~: ~e relevance of the content ef ~e ~i~g to the m~s2on ~f the ~ubli¢ ~ro~ and pfi~r~fi~ for proj~t~ m the a~p!i~l~¢n netice co.trierS. Criteria f~r ev~aating aFpli~tb~ ~e publisbed pro~ re~Iafien3 34 C~ 3~5 ~fl 84.265 REHABILITATION TR,~EN'INCr--STATE VOCA.TIONAL REHABILITATION UNIT IN- SERVICE TRALNING I~KDEI~kL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETA~.Y FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATI%VE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IIL Part A, Section 302, as amended, Public l.~w 93-112: Public Law 99-5~6; Publ~e Law I02-569, 29 U.S.C. 774. OBJECYI%T.,S: This program is designed to support special projects for traimng State vocational rehabilitation unit personnel in pro- gram areas essential to the effective mamagement of the unit's pro- gram of v~cational rehabilitation services or in skill areas that enable staff personnel to improve their abilities to provide voca- tional rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities. Projects are designed to: (1) Address recruitment and retention of qualified rehabilitation professionals; (2) provide for successful planning; (3) provide for leadership development and capacity building; and (4) provide training on the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE:. Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Training grants may only be made to agencies designated to administer the State vocational rehabili- tation program. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: State vocational rehabilitation agencies, includ- ing territories/possessions, may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Individuals employed by designated State re- habilitation agencies will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Costs will be determined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplication Coordination: The standard application forms as fur- nished by the Federal agency and required by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this program. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmeatal Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Application Procedure: New applications are made to the Depart- ment of Education, Application Control center, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC. 20208-4724. Attention 84.265. Continuing applications are submitted to the appropriate regional. office listed in Appendix IV of the Catalog. This program is sub- ject to the provisions of OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Grants are awarded by the Rehabilitation Serv- ices Administration through its regional offices. All new applica- tions are reviewed by a panel of at least three individuals. Each panel will generally include two or more nonfederal consultants with experience and training in the proposed area of training. Deadlines: Contact the headquarters or regional offices for applica- tion deadlines. Raege of Approval/Disapproval Time: From 90 to 120 days. Appeah: None. Renewals: Renewals are available only through the new application process. Projects with an approved multl-year project period may be continued based on the availability of adequate funds and an annual review of accomplishments to determine satisfactory per- formance. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Gran~ees are reqgired to share ten Fereent of the costs of projects. Length and T~tme Pltaslng of Assistance: Project~ may ge~erally be sul~p~r~ed for a rr~mum of three years. F~r~ds are gm~ted on a twelve menth bas~.s. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reimrts: A~:nual financial and l:rogre~s rep,~rt~ m~.~t be required by ~r~-~t av;ard terms a~d 6-96 849 TI57691673
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A~dits: AuSi~ m~! be cc~dcc'._~d en ~ ~outinmr, g h~s cr a~ ~ah~- y~. ~ accer~c~ ~i~ lh~ ~rox~cns cf OMB C~rcular No, A- I2L 'Audi~ of S~ate ~ ~I Gove~mer.~7 gox-e~ teat rea~ve Fe~e~l &~s~s~nze cf SIC@.C((~ cr m~re within ~e SMteL~ ~s~l y~r s~all have ar.d audit made far that y~r. S~te and l~l govemmen~ that receive betwe~ and $1~,~ ~stMn the State's fiscal y~r shMl have an a~dit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, ar in accordance with Federal laws anti regula~ens governing the prepares which they ~aaieipate. Record: Proper records must bz mMntained for t~ee years at~er project completion or until ~ audit questions are re~lved. ~NAN~ ~FOR~ON: Account Idenfifica~on: 91~301-0-1-506. Obllgtfi~s: (~ntraets) FY 95 $5,9~,~; FY 96 est $5,9~,~; and ~ 97 ~t $5,9~,~. (Note: The ~" 96 est will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) R~ge and Average of Fin~cial Assis~nce: $7,4~ to $240,~; $70,~. PROGR~I ACCOMPLISHMENTS: State vocational rehabilitation agencies employ more than 25,~ individuMs. It is estimated that more than 13,~ individ~ls pmicipated in one or more activities sponsored under the State VR Unit In-Service Training Program. Agencies reported that special emph~is was given to training staff on human resource development and on providing rehabilitation servic~ to under served populations. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINe, ~D LITE~TU~: Regulations can be found in 34 CFR 385 and 388. I~ORMA~ON CO~A~S: Regional or ~! O~ce: Rehabilitation Services Administration re- gional offices. See Appendix IV of the Catalog for a list of ad- dressy. Headq~rters Office: Rehabilitation Services Administration, Office of Special Education ~d Rehabilitative Services, Depa~ment of Education, Washington, DC 20202-2649. Contact: Robert Wemer. Telephone: (202) 205-8291. Use the ~e number for ~S. RELA~D PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPL~ OF ~ED PRO~S: Projects ~vere funded for providing in-service training to the staffs of about 80 agenci~ in fiscal year 1995. Prior to enactment of Public Law 102-569, insti- tutions of higher education and other private nonprofit organiza- tions were eligible under this program. CRIERIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSe: The relevance of the content of the training to the mission of the public rehabilitation program is considered. PHoriti~ for certain projects are stated in the application notice. Criteria for evMuating applications are pub- lished in program regulations 34 CFR 385 and 388. 84.268 FEDE~L DI~ S~DE~ LOAN FEDE~L AGENt': OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HORIZATION: Student Loan Reform Act of 1993, as amended, Public Law 103-66; Higher Eduea~on Amendments of 1992, Public ~w 102-325. O~E~V~: To provide loan capitol directly from the Federal gov- ernment (rather than through private lender) to vocationM, der~ad~te, ~d graduate studen~ and their parent. The FederM Direct Student Loan Program ~DSLP) replae~ the Direr Loan Demonstration Program, w~ich w~ authorized by the Higher ~eation Amendm~ of 1992, P~blie Law 102-325. ~ES OF ASSI~AN~: Direct US~ ~D USE ~I~ONS: To help defray co~ts of ~ueati~n at a pa~cipating school. GenerMly, a borrower ~ not required to make ~y Va~ents cn t~e pHn~ipal of a FeaerM D~t S~rd Lo~ d~6ng ~e time the b~mw~ is ~ sch~E Repayment on Stafford loans wi~l beam six m~nt~s after the staJent eem~ to ~mr~. at lea~i o~e-half the royal f~ll-t~me a~demi2 ~orkl~ad. 850 6-96 ELIGIBILI~" REQUIREMENTS: Al~lfllmmt Eliiibilila,-: Subt~art 2 cf th-~ S:uzl_-.~t Loan Reform Act cf 1993 contains conditions cf borrower el~gil:i:ity, whl:h are identi- cal to the ~-~rrov, er el!gibiliw provisions in the Federal Fame). Edazaticn L~an Program (FFEL). Ti~e lxles g.3~erning charges for which borrowers are responsible, loan limits, deferment and f~rEearance options, borrower defenses to repayment, and a gener- al description of repayment are also included. T~e Student Loan Reform Act of |993 eliminatcd the Federal SuppIemeatal Loans for Students (SLS) program but increased the loan limits for the Unsubsidized Stafford Program beginning July !, 1994. Under the Direct Stafford Loan program, any U.S. citizen, national, or person in the United States for other than a temporary purpose, that is enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a degree or certifi- cate program on a least a half-time basis as an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student at a participating postsecondary school may apply. An otherwise eligible student is eligible for loans during a single twelve-month period in which the student is enrolled in a non-degree/non-certificate course of study that the school has determined is necessary in order for the student to enroll in a program leading to a degree or certificate. Under the Direct PLUS program, parents may borrow for dependent stu- dents. Unsubsidized Direct Stafford and PLUS loans are non-need based programs. Borrowers that arc unable to obtain consolidation loans from Ianders under FFEL or who are unable to obtain a consolidation loan with income sensitive repayment terms accepta, ble to the borrower from a lender, shall be eligible for a Direct Consolidation Loan. Married couples may consolidate eligible loans. A student that is presently enrolled at a participating institu- tion must be maintaining satisfactory academic progress in the course of study that they are pursuing. The borrower may not owe a refund on any Title IV grant or be in default on any Title IV loan received for attendance at any school. The borrower must also file a statement of registration compliance (selective service). In order in receive a subsidized Direct Stafford Loan, all borrow- ers must undergo a financial need analysis to determine eligibility for Federal interest. Unsubsidized Direct Stafford, PLUS, and Consolidation loan programs are non-need based. Beneficiary Eligibility: Generally, for the Direct Stafford, PLUS, or Consolidation program, any U.S. citizen, national, or person in the United States for other than a temporary purpose, that is enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a degree or certificate program on at least a half-time basis as an undergraduate, graduate, profession- al, or vocational student at a participating postsecondary school benefits. If a student is enrolled in a non-degree/non-eartificate course of study, the student may be eligible for a Stafford Loan for one consecutive twelve-month period, if the school determines that the course of study is necessary in order for the student to enroll ill a program leading to a degree or certificate. A student enrolled on at least a half-time basis in a program that is certified by a State for professional credential or certificate for employment as a teacher in an elementary or secondary school located in the State is eligible to receive aid under the Direct Stafford Loan and PLUS programs. Consolidation loan borrowers need not be en- rolled in any school to be eligible. Credentltl~/Docnmentatian: For the Direct Stafford and PLUS pro- grams, the student will need certification of eligibility from the school and may be required to supply documentation to verify the accuracy of data used in the Stafford Loan needs analysis. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Prenl~plicati0n Coordimttion: Information regarding application pro- cedures may be obtained from the ~chool and the Department of Education. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Al~lieatian Proeed~tre: Applications for the Stafford and PLUS loans arc obtaL~ed from the school. Co~olidation loan applications are obtained from Me Department of Education c~r the school. To obtain a subsiaized or ur.subsidized Federal Direct Stafford loan, a student shall comp!ete and submit a fr~ applie~t~on for Federal ~tu~e~t a~d to the scb_~,r]. Beginning with the 1994-95 azaclem'~c T157691674
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year, all applica~:~ns {wit~'~ the exeepl~cn of PL~) fer F~e~ stu~.t aid including DWtc~ ~ may ~ ~r~d by t~ Pr~r 5y~ (C~) m the mi~ step to d~tc~ a ~u- dent's ~tle ~ el~bil~t~. ~h~Is ~II r~ive offi~ on,at from CPS in ~e fc~ of a Sta3~t Aid Re~rt (SAR) or ~ Elc~cnic fimdent Aid Re~ ~AR). W~ ~ o~i~ ou~u~ ~s ~h~cl will ~ able to ~ble a fin~ci~ ~d awed p~v~ge. A ~h~l pa~i~ipa~g ~ ~e D~t ~s Progr~ will package D~ect ~s ~ pa~ of ~ tin,tiM ~d pac~ge in ~e ~me m~n~ ~t a ~h~l p~i~pa~ng in ~L c~ently p~g~ 1o~. Awed ProcUre: Seh~ls ~I1 p~cipate in ~e Direct ~s g~ either by ofi~a~ng lo~s or by us~g an ~temative tot to off,hate 1o~ If the student is aRenfl~g a ~hcol ~at ~ ~temafive ofig~ator. ~e sch~l mint ce~ify the student's eli- gibility to re~ive ~e funds. To ob~n a Federal Direct PLUS 1o~, ~e p~ent s~ll complete an application ~d submit it to ~c ~hool for ~fion. In ~e c~e of PLUS applications submit- ted by p~enm, ~e school ~fies ~e application, and then su~ mi~ ~c application to ~e SecreCy. ~ the parent d~ not have an adverse credit history, the school shMl originate the loan on behalf of ~e Secretly. If the student tha~ ~e 1o~ is intended is att~ding a school that us~ an alternative ofi~mtor, the school mint ce~ify the p~ent's eli~bility to the alternative ofi~nator before authod~fion. ~h~: None. ~ge of Approv~D~approvfl Time: None. A0~: None. RenewS: None. A~IST~ CONSIDE~TIONS: F~a ~ M~t~g Requirement: None. ~n~ ~ Time P~lng of A~ce: Applicants my apply for a lo~ for ~y year of school. Repayment is generMly made ov~ ~e period of five to ten y~rs for direct ~subsid~ed and subsi- dized Stafford lo~ and Direct PLUS loans, excluding periods of authored referent and forbe~nce. ~e repayment period for a direct consolidation loan de~nds on the amount of the 1o~ and may be up to 30 ye~s, exclusive of periods of authorized defer- ment and forb~rance. There are four repayment plans that are available for direct 1o~ borrowers: (1) A stand~d repayment plan with a fixed annual repayment amount over a fixed pefi~ of time; (2) ~ extended repayment pl~ with a fixed annufl repayment ~ount paid over a fixed period of time; 0) a graduated repay- ment plan with annual repa~ent amounts established at two or more gradmted levels and pfid over a fixed or extended period of time; and (4) except for Federal Direct PLUS Loan borrowe~ an ~come contingent repayment plan with varying annual repayment amounts b~ed on the income of the borrower and paid over extended period of time not to exceed 25 y~rs. PO~ ASSI~CE REQU~EMEN~: Re~: ~e Dep~tment ~11 produce a v~iety of management in- fo~ation system accounting, and financial m~agement re~rts. Schools must submit all reports req~red by 34 CFR 685 and CFR 668. Aunts: Sch~Is are subject to e~minatlon and pro~ review by • e Dep~ent of Education. Program reviews are performed on a fiscM y~ basis. Reeor~ Sch~ls must m~n~in proof administrative ~d fi~l pro- ~dur~ and all neces~ recor~ as set fo~h in the regulations in 34 C~ 683 and 34 C~ 668. Schools m~t keep all records in- volved in any loan, claim, or ex~nditure questioned by a Federfl audit until r~olution of any audit qu~tions. In addition to recor~ required by 34 C~ ~8, for ~ch direct 1o~ received ~der 34 C~ 685 by ~r on ~hatf of ~is student, a ~hcol sh~l m~nl~n a copy of the !o~ application or data electro~y sabmit~ to ~e S~re~. ~~ ~O~A~ON: Accost Hen~mfioa: 91-0243-~1-~02. ~ not id~t~able; ~d ~" 97 ~t $13A6L~,~. ~ote: 96 ~ wi~ ~ de~e~d uF~n emctment of ~e 1996 appropria- tion for t~ l~mge ~d ATer~ge of Fimmc~l As~ce= A ~ge k~ net ~a mbl~h~. PR~M ACCO~~: No ex~pl~ ~e c~enIly a~aiI- Refc~ A~ of 1993, Pabfic Law 10~-66, 34 C~ ~O~MA~ON CON~A~S: Re~ or ~ O~ See ~e list of Re~onal Of~c~ listed in Ap~ndix ~ of ~e ~L ~og. H~u~ O~ce: Federg Direct Student Lo~ T~k Forc~ O~ of Pos~econ~ry ~acat~on, Debarment Of ~ucation, W~h~on, DC 20202. ~nmct: Diane Sedic~. Telephone: (202) 708-9951. Uae ~e ~e number for ~S. ~LA~D PROG~: ~.I17, Su~ivors ~d Dcpenden~ ~uca- tion~ A~gmn~; 84.~7, FederM Supplemen~ ~u~tional Op- ~unity Grits; 84.032, F~e~ Family ~ucafion ~s; 84.~2, TRIO--Student Support Se~s; 84.~, TRIO--TMent Search; 84.~7, ~IO~Upw~d Bound; 84.063, Federal Pell Grant Pro- gr~; 84.069, State Student In~ntiv~ Grants. E~PL~ OF ~ED PROJE~: ~is is a new progr~, no exampl~ are cu~ently available. ~ FOR SE~G PROPOSAl: Not applicable. 84,269 ~~TE FOR ~ERNA~ONAL PUBLIC POLI~ ~DER~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~ORI~TION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title VI, P~ C, ~ ~ended, Public ~w 102-325, 106 Stat. 735, 20 U.S.C. I131c. OBJE~S: To ~mblish an institute for inte~ational public policy. ~is institute sh~l conduct a progr~ to sig~fi~ntly incr~e the numbe~ of African Ame~ca~ and other underrepr~nted minod- ti~ ~ the international se~ice, including private inte~ation~ vol- ley org~fions and ~e foreign ~rvice of the United ~ OF ASSI~AN~: Project Gran~. USES AND USE R~ONS: Funds may be used to suppo~ a junior ye~ abroad program, fellowship~ for grad~te study, in- ~rns~ps, intensive academic progr~s such ~ su~er institutes, or intensive J~guage tr~ning. ELIGIB~ REQ~REME~: Applier Eliob~: A consortium consisting of one or more of follo~ng entitle: An institution eli~ble for ~sistance under Part B of Title III of the ~gher ~ucation Act of 1965, ~ ~ended; and an institution of higher education that serves substantial n~- be~ of Af~n Americans or other unde~epresented minority stu- dent. Beaefie~ E~bfii~: Institutions of higher eduction and mino~ty students will ~nefit. Credenti~s~oenmen~fioa: None. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Ckc~ No. A-87. APPLICA~ON ~ AW~ PROS: Pr~li~tion ~ordinafion: Technical ~sistance ~ prepa~ng appli- cations is available from the agency info~ation contact li~ed ~low. An info~al pr~pplication conference ~ the agency in- fo~ation con~ct is recommended. ~is pro~ is eli~ble for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergove~mental Renew of Feder. al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or o~ci~ d~ignated as ~e single ~int of contact in his or her S~te for more info~afion on ~e pr~e~ the S~te requir~ to ~ followed in appl~ng for a~ist~ce, if the State h~ selected the progr~ for review. A~fion Pr~ed~e: E~gihIe con~nia may submit ~ application f~r funding when a uew com~t~on ~ ~nounced in the F~eral Re~ter. Application fe~ ~d gui~el~ for ~e sub~on of app~i~o~ ~e av~laS~e from the In~e~a~io~ S~di~ Broth of • e ~nter for Inte~afio~ ~on. Aw~ Pr~ Fi~ recommendatio~ are made to the Seere~a~~ f~Eo~ing advice from a ~anel of ~ D~fl~ w~ ~ ~eu~c~ ~ ~e Feder~ Re~. 6-96 851 TI57691675
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Appegl~ "l~ere axe n:~ a~peaI~. RenewaLs: The ~r~j~t pe~d ma~" I~t ~p t~ O3 m~ submit ~on~om~g c~nt~uafi~n a~F2~fio~s a~cordmg ~o ~- stations p~hI~h~ by ~e Dep~L ASSISTg~ CON~E~ONS: Fo~ ~d ~te~g R~remen~: The Feder~ shoe ~br eauh fis~l y~ shah not ~eeefl 75 ~rcent of ~e cost of ~ch proj~t. ~ ~ ~e P~g of ~ce: A grit is aw~defl for a 60 month period; subject to ~e avaihbiliw ef funds. PO~ ASSI~AN~ ~Q~~S: R¢~: ~e Imtitute shall annu~ly prep~e a re~ on ~e aetivi- ti~ of the Institute an~ s~ll submit it to ~e Secret~ of Educa- tion ~d the SecreCy of State. Audi~: All ~mc~ records will be subject to audit by the Depa~ment of ~ucatlon at any ~c within three y~rs after expiration of the grit. Record: All records supporting clNms ~der grits or relating to accoun~bility for awarded funds must be a~able on requ~t: (1) For three years after the close of the fiscal year that the grit pirefl; or (2) until gr~tee is notified ~at the fiscal audit ~ closed, whichever is later. ~AL INFO~A~ON: Account ldenfifi~fion: 91-0201-0-1-502. ObH~fions: (Grits) FY 95 $1,~,~; FY 96 ~t $1,~,~; ~d ~ 97 ~t $920,~. R~ge ~fl Average of Finsne~! A~is~: None. PRO~I ACCOMPLISHing: One award for $1,~,~ w~ made in fiscal year 1995. REGULA~ONS, GUIDE,S, ~D LITE~RE: 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 82, 85, ~d 86. INFO~ATION CO~A~S: ReOon~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. Hes~qu~s O~ee: International Studies Branch, Center ~or Inter- national ~ucation, Higher Education Progr~s, Office of Post- secondary ~ucation, Depa~ment of Education, 6~ Independ- ence Avenue, SW, W~hington DC 20202-5332. U~ the same number for ~S. RELA~D PR~RAMS: 84.01~, Nation~ Resource Centers and Fel- lowships Program for ~nguage ~d Area or Language ~d Inter- national Studies; 84.016, Undergraduate Intemation~ Studi~ and Foreign Language Programs; 84.017, International R~rch and Studies; 84.018, International: Ove~as Seminars Abroad~Bilater- al Project; 84.019, International: Overseas~Facuity Research Abroad; 84.021, International: Overs~--Group Projec~ Abroad; ~.022, Internation~: Overseas~Doctoral Di~e~ation; 84.153, Business and International ~ucation; 84.220, Centem for Interna- tional B~iness Education; 84.229, L~guage R~ource Centers; 84.2~3, Demonstration Grants for C~tlcal Lang~ge and Ar~ Studies. EX~IPL~ OF ~NDED PRO~: ~ is a new progr~, no e~pl~ ~e av~able. ~I~A FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Applications under the progr~ will be eye,ted com~titively. Criteria will ~clude: (l) Meeting the pu~ose of the statute (30 point); (2) extent of need for the project (20 points); (3) plan of o~ration (25 points); (4) q~lity of key personnel (7 point); (fi) budget ~d cost~ffecfive- hess (5 point); (6) evaluation plan (10 ~in~); ~d adequacy sources (3 84.272 NATIONAL E~LY ~RVE~ION SCHOL~SHIP ~ ~DE~L AGENt': O~ICE OF ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOR POSTSECO~Y EDUCATION, DEP~~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: H~gher ~ucafion Act of 1965, ~ ~enfl~; Tire ~, P~ A; 20 U.S.C. 1070a. Salem 2, Chapter 2. O~E~: To ~rov~de gan~ to S~ For: (1) S~te~ide mtev~entic~n Frogs ~o a~fl l~w-~n:ome at ~k stud~*~ in pro- 852 6-~ ~-~h~L eI~en~r~, rrAdd/e and seccndaxb_ ~:he, cls~ ~u:l rE) cn~a~" educaficr~J fm~ ~s~e to el~bI~ l~w-~nc~me s~- den~ to attend ~fi~ufic~ c,f h~gh~ US~ .~ U~ ~~O~S: A~~rd ~ ~ St~ for inte~,ent~on programs and ~s~ec~nd~' ~u~n~ s~hol~ps for at risk ~d pdoriW student. A~He~t E~b~: S~t~ are eI~bIe to apply. It d~gnat~ a s~gle agency to he r~ens~ble for adm~is~efing th~ progr~. U.S te~lofi~ ~e ~so eligible to appIy. Be~ Ei~Hi~: Studen~ ~ pr~ch~! through grade 12 and prefr~hman year and ~suecond~, education stuflenu with su~ stant~al financial need will ~nefit. Crefl~e~n~fiom In the fi~t ye~ ~at a S~te w~hes to ~pply, it must submit a State plan and ~ISP ~pplication fo~. If ~he N~ISP appH~tion ~s submitted for renewal consideration, a new State plan ~s not req~ed unl~s there are chang~ to the original info~ation. APPLIC~ON AND AW~ Pr~lie~en Cee~n~m Th~s progr~ is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergover~ent~ Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the o~ce or o~cial d~gnat- ed as ~he single point of contact in his or her S~te for more infor- mation on the proc~s the State req~es to be followed in apply- ~ng for assistance, ~f the S~te h~ selected the progr~ for review. See discretionary grit application pac~ge for afldition~ ~nfo~a- t~on~ A~lie~fien Pr~efl~re~ ~e d~ignated State agency ann~ly appli~ for Federal funds. Aw~ Procedure: A State applies a~ually for the grit. When the program appropriation lcvel is below $~0 million, ~e awards will be made on a competitive b~is. If the program appropriation ~s $50 ~llion or more, awards will be based on a smtuto~ formula. D~i~: Application nofiae for gran~ to S~tes will be publ~hed annu~ly in the Federal Register. R~nge ef ~re~is~re~! Time: The r~g~ ~ ~ d~ys. A~e~: Appeals can be made to the Secreta~ and may be subject to judicial review. Re~ew~: States must reapply each y~. Priority ~s give~ to ous gr~tees. A~SIS~AN~ CONS~E~TIONS: Fer~ ~fl M~tehin~ R~eme~ If the progam approp~ation amount is $50 million or more, the Secret~ allots anti possibly re,lots to ~ch State an ~ount that be~s th~ ~e ratio to ~h~ ~otal appropriation ~ the amount ~located under Section 1~5 ~he Elementary ~d Secondly ~du~tion Act of 1965, to local education ag~ci~ (L~A) in ~e S~te to the to~l amount located to all L~As in all S~t~ ~ing the most recently available da~. States match Federal funds on at le~t a one-to-one b~ out of resources which repr~nt adflhional State, local, or p~wte funds. Federal funds provided will supplement ~d not supplant ~unds e~pended for S~te and l~al ~fly intervention pro~ams and 8~te need and non-need-based student financi~ grant and scholarship ~is~nce ex~nflefl d~ng the risen year two p~or to the fiscal year in which the S~te fi~t received thnfls. ~h ~ ~ime Ph~ng of ~nee: Up lo ~ months. Renewals are subject to the availability of fnn~ng. PO~ A~I~ANCE ~QU~NTS: Re~: Ann~al perfo~ance re~, ~iennial ev~on re~, and o~her re~ ~ req~ed by ~e SecreCy. Au~: R~or~ are e~ined by S~ or Federal a~dimrs. Record: S~es m~t ~n r~ords s~e~t to su~ze e~'~e a S~e's a~vi~ under the program ~d ~e ance of ~t~den~ p~cipatlng in t~e p:o~. S~tes must ~- ~n financial r~r~ cf Fede~ ~ ma~ehing S~ze ex~ndimr~ that sho~~ f~n~ "~ere ex~n~ed in cvmpl~ce wi~ the ~rog~ TI57691676
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Records m'~. be re:ai~ed f.~r fly: .~ -~'s cr ~I c~Ie~ cf ~N~ ~O~ON: ~ge ~d A,~ of F~ ~: Estimated r~ge of gran~ aw~ds to S~t~ is $1~0,~ to $~,~. ~timated avenge ~ of • e ~t awed is $3~,~. PR~ A~LIS~: An ~h~ted 10,~ early inter- v~on s~den~ ~d 250 ~os~e~ndary edu~v~l smden~ w~l ~ ~d in fisc~ ye~ 1995. ~G~ONS, G~EL~, AND L~~ Higher ~u- ~fion Amendmen~ of 1992, Public Law 102-325, 20 U.S.C. 107~-21 t~ough 27, which amended the Higher ~u~on Act of 1965, 34 C~ 693, program regulations apply. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ Offi~: ~is progr~ is adm~red from the Dep~eat's h~qu~ers office. H~qu~e~ Office: Policy Dev~opment Division, Policy, Train- ing, ~d ~ysis Service, Student Financi~ A~s~ce Progr~s, Office of ~sistant Secrecy for Pos~ondary ~u~tion, De- payment of ~ucation, W~ngton, DC 20202-5~7. Center: Fred H. Sellers. T~ephone: (202) 708~7. Use the s~e number ~D PROG~IS: 84.~9, State Student In~ntiv~ Gr~, ~L~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: Some activiti~ funded under the ~rly intervention component advising, tutoring, aca- de~c co~e~g ~d ~r~r co~seling, financial ~d counseling, field t~ to initiations of his her eduction ~d busin~s ~d other ~fivi~es to e~e school ~mplefion and college enrollment. ~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: The Secre~ uses the selection criteria in 34 CFR 693. ~.273 DEMON~TION G~NTS FOR ~CAL LANGUAGE A~ ~EA S~DIES ~DE~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT EDUCATION A~O~ON: Higher ~ucation Act, Title V, Pa~ F, Section 586, as amended. OBJECt: To enable eligible consorti~ to operate critical I~- guage and area studies programs, to develop and ~cquirc edu~- tion~ ~uipment and materials, and to develop t~cher tr~ning programs, texts, curficul~ and other activi~ designed to im- prove ~d expand the ~st~ction of foreign languages at elementa- ~ ~d seconda~ sch~ls in the United Stat~. ~ OF ~S~AN~: Project Gran~. US~ ~ USE R~TRI~IONS: Prior to awarding ~ants, ~ch ~antee must file a fo~al written agreement wi~ tbe Secretly that ouflin~ responsib~iti~ relating to the grant. No grant funds may ~ ~ed for pu~os~ other than those s~cified in the agree- ment • ed ~th the Secretary. ~G~ REQUIREM~: AppH~t EH~biH~: A conso~ium consisting of at le~t four schools, one sh~l be ~ institution of ~gher eduction, one a onda~ ~h~l with ex~ence in teach~g c~tical I~guag~, one a ~on~ ~hool with ex~dence in teaching c~ti~ lan~ges ~d at l~t 25 ~rcent of the s~den~ are eligible to be counted ~der Chapter 1, Title I, Ellen,, ~d Secon~ ~ucation Act of 1965. Each eli~ble con~inm may include one nonprofit org~on not pre~ously men~vned to provide ~aefl~ ~b~: I~fituficns of higher eduction, eleme~D" and ~ond~ ~h~ls, ~d n~n~rofit organizations will bencfiu ~fi~mea~flou: N~ne. ~ vro~am is excIuded fro~ cove~ge ~der OMB Circ~ No. A-ST. ~P~CA~ON ~N~ AW~ PROS: ~pH~ ~flo~ T~n~ ~sis~ce in Frep~ng ~fions ~ a~ble from ~e agency. ~ i~fv~ 9r~;~on confer~ w~th the a~cy i~fo~t~n cv~ct ~ ThSs progra.,'n is eI:gi~Ie f~tr coverage ~ar.der E.O. 12.372~ "Intergcv- ernmea~ Review ef Federal PrcgramsY An applicant shcrld cc, r~.~It ~e c~ce or c~c~,al d~-r.ated a~ the single point of co~n- ta~t in his or h~r State for rz~re inSenr.ation on the pro~ss ~e State requires to be fclIo~ed k'~ app',ying for assurance, if the S~te has ~lected t.ke program for review. This program is exclafled from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. Application Procedure: Eligible consortia may submit an application for funding when a new competition is announced in the Federal Register. The State educational agency or State higher education agency responsible for the supervision of any one school partici- pating in an eligible consortium may submit the application for a grant under this program on behalf of the eligible consortium. Ap- plieadon forms and guidelines for the submission of applications are available from the Advanced Training and Research Branch of the Center for International Education. Award Procedure: Final recommendations are made to the Secretary following advice from a panel of consultants. Deadlines: Deadlines will be announced in the Federal Register. Range of Approval/Disapl~oval Time: The range is approximately 90 days. Appeals: There arc no appeals. Renewals: Consortia selected to receive funds from this program may submit annual proposals for continuation of support. Awards run in three-year phases, subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Not applicable. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Grants are awarded for 12 month periods subject to renewals of one or two years, subject to the availability of funds. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Funded projects must provide final reports 90 days after the termination date of the award. Audits: All ftscal records will be subject to audit by the Department of Education at any time within three years after expiration of the grant. Records: All records supporting claims under grants or relating to accountability for awarded funds must be available on request: For three years after the close of the fiscal year that the grant ex- pires or until the grantee is notified that the fiscal audit has closed, whichever is later. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-0201-0-1-502. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $1,000,000; IVY 96 est $0; and FY 97 eat $0. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: $187,188 to $270,000;, $249,297. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Four consortia projects were funded in fiscal year 1995. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 82, 85, and 86. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Office: Advanced Training and Research Branch, Center for International Education, Office of Higher Education Programs, Office of Postsecondary Education, Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-5331. Contact: Sara West. Telephone: (202) 401-9782. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.015, National Resource Centers and Fel- lowships Program for Language and Area or Language and Inter- national Studies; 84.016, Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Programs; 84.017, International Research and Studies; 84.018, International: Overseas Seminars Abroad--Bilater- al Projects; 84.019, International: Overseas--Faculty Research Abroad; 84.022, International: Overseas--Do~.~oral 13~sertati~n; 84.153, Businms and International Eric=aden; 84.220~ Centers for International B~slness Education; 84.229, L~guage Resou~rce Cen- ters. EXA.MPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: The f~ur gran~ees ft~ded ,.~n~er this program ar~ invelved in a vm'iety ef aer_ivit~es designed 6-96 853 T157691677
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v~iB ~t S~isla~ is ~t~g a K-12 i~cti~ medal in the fium is developing ~d implementing a p~l i~emton pro~ in 3ap~ for studen~ in ffre-~nderg~=n ~ou~ grade 1~ A conso~um led by the University of M~n~om ~eks to develop mc~els for ~icu~ting Ch~n~, French, JaFan~e, and Russian curricuI~ strate~ ~d out~m~ at the elemenm~ and second- a~, levels. ~e Indiana Unive~ity con~um is ~rrying oat ex- t~ive prof~iond devdopment acti~ti~ for ~gh sch~l Japa- n~e t~chem while developing cI~room materials ~d proficien- cy based testing inst~menL~. All funded projec~ include a plan for nafonal di~em~afion of their r~M~, teacher training activi- ties, and a study abroad or cuI~al exch~ge component. C~TERIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: The selection c~teria are contained in 34 CAR 671.11. 84.274 AMERICAN OVERSEAS RESEARCH CENTERS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Higher Education Act, Title VI, Part A, Section 610, as amended, Public Law 102-325, Section 601, 106 Stat. 728, 20 U.S.C. 1127. OBJECTIVES: To enable American overseas research centers, that are consortia of higher education institutions, to promote post- graduate research, exchanges, and area studies. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Grants may be used to pay all or a portion of the cost of establishing or operating a center or pro- gram, including the cost of faculty and staff stipends and salaries, faculty, staff, and student travel, the operation and maintenance of overseas facilities, the cost of teaching and research materials, the cost of bringing visiting scholars and faculty to a center to teaci~ or to conduct research, the cost of organizing and managing con- ferences, and lhe cost of publishing and disseminating materials for the scholarly and general public. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: The Secretary shall only award grants to cen- ters that: 1) Receive more than 50 percent of their funding from public or private United States sources; 2) have a permanent pres- ence in the country" in which the center is located; and 3) are or- ganizations described in Section 501(c) (3) of the lnternal Revenue Code of 1986 which are exempt from taxation under Section 501(a) of the Code Beneficiary Eligibility: Public and private agencies, organizations, institutions, and individuals will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~licafion Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. ApIflieation Procedure: Eligible centers may ffabmit an application for funding when a new competition is announced in the Federal Register. Application forms and guidelines for the submission of applications are available from the l~rogram. Awtrd Procedure: Final recommendations are made to ~e Secretary followi~g advice from a panel of cnns~iltants. Deadlin~: Deadl~_nes will be armounced in the Federal Register. R~ge of Apprara//D/~approvs/Time: The range is approximately 90 Appeals: There are ~ apTeaI.~. 6-96 Renewah: Cen'~e~ ~e!e:ted to rece/ve fmzds for ~e ft..tee y~ar pro- gram m~t submit t~e~rmanze rew:rts for ccmt/nuafion ~f sup- ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Furm~fla add Matching Requirements: N:ne. Length and Time Phas~g of A~istance: Gran~s are awarded for 12 month periods for a t~tal project period of 3~ mo~ths. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Funded projects must provide reports ~th[n 90 days of ter~nation of each of the two twelve month grant periods and a final report within 90 days of termination of the last twelve month grant period. Audits: All fiscal records will be subject to audit by the Department of Education any time within three years after expiration of the grant. Records: All records supporting claims under grants or relating to accountability for awarded funds must be available on request: (1) For three years after the dose of the fiscal year that the grant ex- pired; or (2) until the grantee is notified that the fiscal audit has closed, whichever is later. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identifieatiom 91-0201-0-1-502. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $500,100; FY 96 est $500,000; and FY 97 est $496,000. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: $36,784 to $99,760; $50,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: In fiscal year 1995, ten projects were funded. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: This program is governed by the authorizing legislation and the Education De- partment General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 74 through 77, 79 through 82, 85, and 86. Application guidelines will be an- nounced in the Federal Register. INFORMATION CONTACI'S: Regional or Local Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Office: Advanced Training and Research Branch, Center for International Education, Office of Higher Education Programs, Office of Postseeondary Education, Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20202-5331. Contact: John Paul. Telephone: (202) 401-9798. Use the same number FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.015, National Resource Centers and Fel- lowships Program for Language and Area or Language and Inter- national Studies; 84.016, Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Programs; 84.017, International Research and Studies: 84.019, International: Overseas--Faculty Reseaseh Abroad; 84.022. International: Overseas--Doctoral Dissertation; 84.153. Business and International Education; 84.220, Centers for International Business Education; 84.229, Language Resource Cen- ters. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: American Institute for Maghrib Studies (AIMS) Founded in 1984, (AIMS) serves Ameri- can scholars overseas, as a base for research and a liaison with scholars and research targets in North Africa. Its overseas offices are in Tunisia and Morocco. AIMS plans to use US/ED funds to maintain its basic operations in order to meet growing demand for ils activities. Specific activities funded include library expansion, overseas director and staff salaries as wall as operations and com- munications. American Research Institute in Turkey (ARIT) di- reedy supports programs of fellowship for research and for lan- guage study in Turkey for American researchers and graduate stu- dents. Its programs, services, and facilities are available to all U.S. scholars at its Centers in Istanbul and Ankara. Specific activities funded under the US/ED grant include administrator and librarian salaries and nversea~ operations. Americans Research Center in Egypt IARCEI ~rves American scholars of archaeology as ~-ell a~ lslamle arA modem Egypt by l:rovHing feEowship and publiea- tion programs, coordinating American archaeological ~ork anti interest ir~ Egypl. arid undertaking cooperative efforts on behaIf of tke Eg~ Ftian ard Amefizan schelarly communities. Specific acfivi- fit T15769~ 678
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t~ fun~cd ~nder uhe US ~ED gra~A ~ude ~ FOR ~G PROP~.~: ~t~t cf n~ f~r ~e ~:oje:t ~2~ ~L~): pI~ of c~on (I~ ~)~ q~li~ of key ~rmel (10 ~in~); budget ~d cost~ffcc- fiven~ (I$ ~in~); cv~t~on ~Ixn {5 ~oin~); and adcqu~y of re- sourc~ (5 ~7$ ~HA~IL~A~ON TR~N~GENE~ ~IN~G ~DE~ AGENt: O~ICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND ~BILITA~ON S~RVIC~, DEPARtmENT OF CA~ON A~O~ON: RehabiI~5on Act of 1973, Title Ill, P~ A, ~cdon 30~ 29 U.S.C. 774. OB~: To ensure that s~led personnel arc av~ablc to pro- ~dc rehabilitation servic~ to Jn~viduals with disabiliti~ t~ough: (I) V~ational, medical, social, ~d psychologist rchabili~fion programs; (2) supposed employment progr~s; ~d (3) independ- ~t living client ~sismnce pregr~s. To suppo~ pro]~ that: (1) M~n~n ~d up~adc b~i~ s~lls ~d ~owledgc of ~crsonncl em- ployed; and (2) provide state~f-the-a~ rehabifimtion technology systems. ~ OF ASSI~: Project Grits. US~ ~D USE R~ONS: Tr~ning g~n~ arc ]~itcd to sup~ of education programs for pe~onnd such ~ rehab~imtion counsdors, administrators, independent living s~ci~ists, audlolo- g~, rchabilim~on t~chcrs for individuals who ~c bl~d, rc~b~i- ration technology speclalis~ who provide voca~onal, ~dependent living, and clicnt ~sis~cc sc~iccs to individuals wi~ disabilRi~ under provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. ELIGI~ILI~ REQU~EME~: A~li~t ~b~i~: Statc v~tionM rchabili~tion agenci~, and other public or nonprofit agenci~ and organizations, including in- stitutions of higher education may apply. Bene~ci~y ~]~b~i~: Individu~s employed in positions relating to the rehabilitation of individuals with di~bilitics will benefit. Creden~/Dec~enm~om Costs will be dete~ined in accord~ce with OMB C~cular No. A-87 for State and lo~l govcrnmcn~ and with OMB Circular No. A-21 for edu~donal institutions. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PRO~S: Pr~li~o~ Ceer~atiom None. A~li~en Procedure: Applications m~st be prepared and submitted in accoMancc with the notice published in the FcdcrM Rc~stcr. Contact the program o~3ce for more info~ation. ~is program is eligible for coverage under ~.O. 12372, 'Intcrgovemmcn~l Review of Fcdc~l Programs." An applicant should co~ult the o~ce or o~cial designated as the single point of contact in his or ~cr Smtc for more info~ation on t~c pr~c~ the StRtc rcq~rcs to be followed in appl~ng for assis~ce, if the State h~ selected the prog~ for review. ~is progr~ is subject to the p~ovlslons OMB Circular No. A-It0. Aw~ Pr~e: Applications arc rcvicwcd by panels of field r~d- ers. ~ch panel will generMly include two or more nonf~crM members with experience and training in the pro~sed area of trMning. D~in~: Contact the program o~ce for appllcat[on in fox,don. R~ge of A~mv~IDi~B~rov~ Time: ~e range of approval/disa~ provM time is approximately 120 to I~ d~ys follo~qng the appli- cation deadline. A~s= None. RenewS: Renew~s are barb on the ~cview of ~nuRl pe~orm~ce repo~ ~d the recommcn~fion of t~e proj~t. All rencw~s ~c subject ~ the availab~l~y ~~ CONSIDE~ONS: F~s aM Mtt¢~ng Req~emen~: None. ~n~ ~ ~me ~[ng of ~nce: Proj~ gen~ly ~y b~ s~p~d for 1 to 5 ~ funds ~ gr~.~ed POST AKSISTANCE REQLRREM~-N-I~ Rq~'tt: ArmaaI fa-~n~-ial and prc~ re~ ~~*t be s~b~ted ~ req~ hy ~t a~d te~ ~d I~, 'A~i~ of S~te ~d ~ Gove~er.L~," S~te a~d govc~ that recd~e ~c~ ~ismn~ cf $1tO,~ cr m~re ~in th~ Sm*e's fiscal y~ shM1 have ~ audit ~ade for that y~. S~te and I~l govemm=~ t~t r~sive ~tween =d $I~,~ w~t~ ~e Store's f~M y~ s~ll have an audit made in accord~ce w4th Circular No. A-128, or in accordance ~th Fcd~rM laws ~d regula~ons governing the programs in which they p~pate. Re,or~: As requ~cd by ~ucation Department GcnerM Adminis- trative Regulations ~DGAR). ~AN~ ~O~ON: Accost [denfifi~flom 91~301-~1-5~. ObH~fio~: (Gr~) ~ 95 $2~,~; ~' 96 est $4~,~; ~d ~ 97 ~t $7~,~ R~ge ~d Ave~e of Fin~d~ ~nce: ~is is a new program, a r~ge h~ not been ~mblished. PROG~ A~OMPL~I~S: In 1995, projcc~ in Braille train- ing. distance I~ing ~ning, and parent t~ng were financed. ~G~ONS, G~~, A~ E~E: For more fo~afion, con~ct the program o~ce. ~FO~IA~ON CO~A~: Re~ or ~ Office: See Appendix IV of the Ca~og for a list of addr~se~. H~dqu~em Office: Rehabili~tion Servic~ A~stration, Office of Spec~ ~u~tion ~d Rehabilitation Service, Depa~ment of Eduction, ~ Independence Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202. Con~ct: Rich~d Melia. Tdephone: (202) 205-9~. RELA~D PROG~: None. EXA~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: ~is is a new program, no exmpl~ ~e avMlable. ~I~RIA FOR SELE~ING PROPOSAl: Contact the progrm office for t~s info~ation. 84.276 GO~S 2000--STATE AND LOC~ EDUCA~ON SYSTEMIC ~PROVEMENT G~NTS (G0~s 20~ S~te Gr~) ~DE~ AGENt: O~ICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SE~ ONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Goals 2~: ~ucate Amvri~ Act, Titlc III, Public ~w 103-227. O~S: To provide gr~ to State ~ucation Agencies (SE~) on a fo~ula b~is to sup~ ~e development ~d imple- mentation of comprehensive refo~ pl~s at the State, local, and sch~l levels to improw the t~ching ~d l~ning of all c~dgen. To sup~ top,own ~d bottom up refo~ by requiting SEAs to flow ~ percent of f~ds to loc~ education agenci~ LEAs and LE~ to flow funds to schools. To suppo~ ~e es~blis~t by S~t~ ~d l~fi~ of ~gh s~ndards in their core content are~. AH ~c~ of the educational proems are aligned including, but not li~t~ to ~s~smcn~, curriculum, prof~sio~ development, ~d pr~xd~ trig. ~'P~ OF ~S~: Fem~a ~ran~. US~ A~ USE ~~ONS: At l~t ~ ~rcent of the allot- ment must ~ ~d to ~e subgran~ to L~s for the implemen- tation of S~te ~d l~l improvement plans ~d to improve edu~- tar pr~ce prog~ ~d for ptof~ional development activi- ti~. Remaining funds ~e to ~ used for State activities design~ to imminent S~te ~provemem pla~ such ~ s~pTo~ng ~e de- ve~oTm~t or adv~Sen of S~e content ~d ~cffo~anct f~r ~1 c~dr~ ~d ~sm~ linked to such sm~d~ ~e ira- cf s~d~; build~g g~s in ~e community to foster 6-96 855 TI57691679
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E~r_.~GIBJ~ITY REQL~I~S: ~i~ Ame~ S~o~ Nv~em M~m~, G~, Vir~ ~Imds. F£a~, M~h~ ~I~ M~¢n~i~ the AIm~ F~em~en ¢f Na- t~~ ~d the Bur~a ~f Indi~ Aff~ ma) a~ply. ~ly ~ ~at have r~eiv~ a~provM fr¢~ the ~cre~" ~f ~a~cn ~f • eir Smm imgro~em=t ~ cra r~o~ ~n the pro~ that ~ ~en ~c towed dcvclop~g a glan ~e di#ble for second ~ f~nding. ~ae~e~ Efi~ Element" ~d sec¢nd~y sch~ls, student, ~d t~ch~ g~l ~nefit. Cr~a~umeamfion: No,e. ~P~CA~ON ~ AWeD PRO~S: ~li~fion ~fiom Appli~tiom ~e dis~ted to the chief State seh~l o~cer for all eli#hie SE~. Appli~tions c~ be re- quited from t~e GoMs 2~ o~ce in ~e O~¢e of Element~, A~}~flon ~tflme: An application is submitted to the Assistant SecreCy for Elemen~y and Second~ ~ucation wi~ accom- p~ying d~umen~. An approved S~te plan or a re~rt on the subsmtial pro~s the State ~ made towed developing a plan ~e acceptable. Awed P~e: Appli~tions are reviewed by a te~ of ED s~f members. For ~ appli~don to ~ approved, it m~st be accomFa- ~ed by ~ approved State #an or a re~rt on the progr~s the SEA ~ made towed developing a pl~, a des~pfion of the Smt~ subgrant pr~e~, and a budget. D~im: Appli~fions for funding for s~ond year funding should be submitteO ~ soon as the State's plan is approved or no liner than June 30, 1996. ~ of A~t~l~rovl ~im¢: Applications, accompanied by an approved plan or by a repo~ on substantial progr~ made toward developing a plan, will generally he completed within two months after r~eipt. A~: ~e Secretory shMl not disapprove a Stme improvement plan, or State application, before offering the State an oppo~unity to revi~ the pl~ and a hearing. RenewS: SEAs shall annually report m the Secretary regarding progre~ in meeting State goMs ~d plus. Items such ~: (1) A propo~! of State activities for the succe~ing ye~; (2) a summa~ of the progre~ of LEAs in m~ting local goMs; ~d (3) a pl~ m incre~e student l~ing are required. RenewMs are su~ect to the avMlability of r~ources. ~CE CONSIDE~IONS: Fom~ ~ Mitring Requirement: Fifty percent of funds will be Mlo~ted in a~ordance with the amount each State receives under Pa~ A, Title I, Educate America Act and fifty percent will be al- loomed in accordance with the amount each S~te receiv~ under Pa~ A, Title Vl, of ~e ~ucate America Act. One percent of State fo~ula grant funds shMI be r~e~ed for outlying aremq, the SecreCy of the Interior to ~enefit Indi~ s~dents ~d ~e AI~ Federation of Natives. ~t~ ~d ~e Ph~ing of A~imce: ApprovM of this app~cation provid~ funding for years two through five of the program. Gran~ are awarded on a twelve month basis and are released u~n the review and approvM of the State's application and plan and sub~quent ~nuM pro~ess repot. In lieu of a State plan, ap- #i~tions for ~cond ye~ funding ~y he accomp~ied by a rego~ on pro~ m~e towed developing a #~. PO~ ~SI~ ~Q~R~: Rt~ SE~ s~ ~nually re~ m the Seereta~, regarding progr~ in meeting State go~ ~d plans; ~ro~d S~t¢ activifi~ for the s¢cce~ng y~, and a stumpy of the progr~ of LEAs in mee~g 1~ goals ~d plus for incr~ing student l~ing. Aa~ In aecor~nce g~ ~e gro',~ions ¢f OMB Circ~ar No. A- 128, 'Acdi~ of State ~d ~ Gove~en~" S~e ~ I~M gove~en~ ~t receive Fm~aifl ~ of $1~,C~ or mere wi~n ~e S~'s f~ y~ s~ ~xe ~ aunt made for t~at y~. SMte ~d I~M goxe~ that re~ve ber~ ~5,~ ~d $I~,~ wi~ the SMte's fis~I ~ s~l have ~ audit m~e m ~cor~ce ~th Circ~ No. A-12~, cr ~a a:cor~nce 856 g ki:h t~ey R~r~ In accordmac~ ~th th: Gcn,~ ~u~oa Pro~isi~r~ Act and the ~u~on ~a~ert Genial Admi~'~t~i~-e R~g'Ma- tioga, ce~in project r~rds m*~s~ ~ ~ai-~a~ed ~:r H~e Account Idta~om 9 l~5~L I and FY 97 ~t $476,~3,~. ~ote: ~e ~" ~6 ~t will ~e deter- mined upon ~tmcnt of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- ~am.) R~ge ~d Av¢rage of Fintn¢i~ A~c¢: For Hscal year 1995, PR~ A~OMPLIS~: ~is program is d~ign~d to im- prove t=ching and I~ing so that MI st~dea~ c~ achieve chal- lenging standards. ~G~ONS, G~DELIN~, ~D L~TURE: 34 CFR 7~, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, ~d ~6. INFO~ON CO~A~S: Re#on~ or ~10~ee: None. H~quaRe~ O~¢e: GoMs 2~, O~ce of Elementary and ~cond- a~' ~uca~on, Department of ~ucation, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., Pomls Bldg., Room ~, W~shington, DC 20202. Contact: Tom Fagan. Telephone: (202) ~1~39. ~LA~D PROG~IS: None. EX~IPLES OF ~NDED PROffErS: 50 Smt~ including Pue~o ~co ~d the District of Columbia and 7 te~tofies have applied and received ~ding. S~tes are using the funding for a variety of pu~os~ including: pI~ing & sta~-up costs for 14 chaRer schools; establishing ch~enging storewide s~dards in core academic sub- j¢c~ =d stren~hcning math & selene, inst~ction for students. CR~RIA FOR SELE~N~ PROPOSAl: Guidelines have been develo~d for review of State plans ~d is available from the Goals 2~ office. M.279 ~O~ 2~0~ASSESSME~ DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUA~ON G~S ~DE~L AG~: ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOg EDUCA- TIONAL K~EARCH AND IMPROVEME~, DEPART- MENT OF EDUCATION A~ORIZA~ON: G~als 2~: Educate America Act, S~tion Public Law 103-227. OBffE~ES: To provide grants to help defray the cost of develop- ing, t~tlng, and evaluatMg State ass~smen~ ti~ to content stand- ards. ~P~ OF A~IST~: Project Grants. USES AND USE RE~RI~IONS: Grants will be awarded to sup- ~ development, t~ting, and evaluating State a~essmenLs tied to content stand~ds. ELI~IB~" REQUIREME~: A¢¢~t Eli#bHi~': Stat¢ education agenci~, loc~ education agen- cies, and conm~ia of such agenci~ may apply. Bene~eia~ ~i#blli~: State education agencies, local educatinn agenci~, and consoRia of such agencies will benefit. Cr~eafi~umenm~om None. APPLICA~ON A~ AW~ PROC~S: Pr~h#iea~ ~or~ation: ~is program is eligible for coverage unfl~ E.O. 12372, qntergovemmen~ Rex4ew of Federal Pr~ grams." An applier should c~nsult the o~ce or o~cial d~i~at- ed as ~ single ~int of con~ct in ~is or her State for mor¢ infor- m~on on the gr~ the State reqair~ to ~ followed in apply- ing for ~gsis~:e, ff the S~te h= ~lect~ the proem for review. A~H~floa ProCure: Stand~d Fo~ 424, "Application for Fede~ ~sistanc~" ~ application ~rrative, a~d certifica~o~ quir~ for project gr~ and m~t ~ s~bm~ to the AgpIica~on Con~ol ~ter at ~e addr~g m~A by ~e d~me s~ci~ in the App~caIi~n Notice p~b1~h~ m t~e F~fl Re~t,r. ~is nonce ~s p~b~ be~ ~ to ~0 da~'s ~f~re t~e d~dline. ~ere are no app!i~cn fo~ or gr~bcd f~ ~r a~pli:aticns the felI~wship groom. Ap~i~ are e~:cura£~ to s~bmit their TI57691680
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c~rnc~I~m :~Lae ~nd suffi.ue~ i.~f~rn-.~Uon to ~o'w for Awed ~are: Apph~ ~e appr~ed b3~ the ~t apply t~e ~Iec~e~ ~e~ ~ ~dl~ ~ dea~=~ f~r ~is ~ew pro~ have n~ been Iish~d. R~ge ef Apprcv~v~ T~e: ~e ~ge ef agFrov~ Ap~: None. RenewS: None. AS~AN~ CONS~ONS: Fo~ ~d Match~g Retirement: None. ~n~ ~d W~e Ph~ng of ~c~ ~e time cc~d ~ up to 48 months de.haling u~n ~c av~labiliW of funds. POST .~SIST~ REQ~N~: Repot: Required perfo~ee ~d fin~ re~s ~e specified in individu~ award te~s ~d con~fions. Audi~: All expenditures by S~te ~d lo~ gove~men~ ~li be au- dited by the grantee or at the g~tee's direction with r~onable frequency, usually once a y~ but not l~s than oncc every two yea~. O~er recipients must ~so have audi~ conducted at le~t once every two ye~. ~e Secre~ of ~u~fion, the Assh~t Secretary, OERI, the ~mp~oller Gener~ of the United S~t~, or ~y of their duly autho~zed repr~vn~tiv~ sh~l have ace.s for the pu~o~ of auditing ~d exa~g, appli~blc records and other pertinent boo~, d~umen~, paper, and records. Record: Each gr~tcc will keep in~ct, ~d acc~ible, records lating to the receipt and expenditure of Federal f~ds ~d the penditure of the grantee's con~bufion to the cost of the project, if ~y. Records will no.ally ~ reded for ~rec yc~ ~ter the date of the submission of the final expenditure repot, or for gran~ ~that ~c renewed annually, for three y~s ~tcr the date of ~c : submission of the ~nual ex~nditure repot. Records for nonex- pendable personal property that wore acquired wi~ Fcdcr~ f~ds shall be retained for three y~s ~tcr i~ fin~ d~sition, ~NANCIAL ~FORMA~ON: Account Idenfifi~fion: 91-05~-~ [-501. Obligation: (Grits) FY 95 $0; FY 96 ~ not identifiable; ~d FY 97 est not identifiable, (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~d ~ 97 ~t will be de- te~ined u~n enac~cnt of the 1~6 approp~ation for t~ pr~ gram.) R~gc ~d Avenge of Fin~cial ~ce: The r~gc ~ from $1~,~ to $5~,~ per year, PROGR~ ACCOMPLISHME~: Examples are not available. REG~ATIONS, GUIDELINe, ~ ~TE~: Rc~la~ons and guidelines are ~ing developed. Con~ct ~e program offi~ for more info~afion. INFO~tATION CO~A~S: R~cnal cr ~ Office: Not applicable. Headqu~ Offic~ Dr. Jo~ph C. ~ty, Dep~ent of ~uca- tion, OERI, 555 New Je~ey Argue, ~., Room 510, W~hing- ton, DC 20208-5573. Telephone: (202) 219-2079, RELAT~ PR~R~S: None. EXAMPLES OF ~ED PROJE~: ~is ~ a new progr~, no cxampl~ ~e available. C~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: Selection c~ are being developS, con~ct the prog~ office for more info~ation. 84.280 GOALS 2000--OPPORTUNITY-TO-LEARN DEVELOPMENT GRANTS FEDERAL AGENC~x': ASSISTANT SECRETARY OFFICE FOR EDUCATION RESEARCH AND IMPROVEMENT, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Geals 2000: Ed:~ate America Act, Section 219, Publ~c Law I0~227. OBJECTI3,]~S: To provide gran~ to develop ~oluntm3- na~ior.al portunity-t~-learn st,~nd.~rfls and a hsting of model l:rogran~. "I~'PES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RFASWR/L--WIONS: Grant~ ~£I be aw~ to cf m~ pro~ for ~e by App~t ~-: ~a~ia ~ d~ed by ~he Act ~ay ~ly, To ~e ~t~t ~bl~ ~ch ~n~ia a~lying for a ~t ~d~ this ~ro~ m~t ~zI~d~ th~ ~pafi~n of: (a) 5~te-level ~Iicy m~c~, such ~ Govem~, S~te le~htors, chief S~te ~d adulator, such ~ l~ school ~d mcmb~s, tenden~, ~d p~cip~s; (c) t~chem (csped~ly teachers involved ~ the development of content s~nd~ds) ~d rela~d se~'i~ per- scnnel; (d) par~ and i~viflu~s with cx~fiencc in promoting p~en~ ~volvmeat ~ eduction; (~) repr~en~tivm of bmin~; (0 ex~ in v~tion~.t~hn~l efluca~n; ~) repr~en~fiv~ of rc~on~ accrediting ~iafions; ~) indix~du~s wi~ expcfli~ sch~l fin~ce equity, ~ucafing at-dsk children, t~g of t~chcm ~d school administrators; (i) c~culum and sch~l refo~ expels; Q) repr~en~tiv~ of advc~cy ~oups, in- eluding student and ~vil figh~ Coups; ~) repr~en~fives of higher ~ucatio~ ~d (1) secon~y sch~l student. Benefi~ EU~i~: (a) S~tg-l¢vcl policy makem, such ~ Gover- no~ S~tc le~slators, chief S~te ~hool office~, ~fl S~tc schcol bo~d membem; ~) l~ policy m~e~ and ad~ais~ators, such ~ locfl svh~l ~d member, supednmndcn~, ~fl p~dp~s; (¢) tochers (~ci~ly t~chers ~volved ~ the development of con- tent s~rds) and related sc~i~ ~rso~el; (d) paren~ ~d indi- viduals with experi~ce in promoting paren~ ~volvement ~ edu- cation; (c) repr~cntatives of bus~s; (0 cxpe~ in vocatlon~- tcchnic~ education; (g) reptesentafiv~ of re~on~ accrcdi~g s~fions; ~) indi~duals with ex~se in sch~l fin~ce equity, educa~g at-~sk children, ~c prepping ~d ~g of t~chcrs and school adminhgators; (i) c~c~um ~d ~hool refo~ pe~; ~ rcpr~ea~fivcs of advo~cy groups, including student and civil dgh~, groups; ~) repr~en~tives of higher eduction; and 0) scconfl~ sch~l s~den~ will benefiL Cr~fi~mea~flca: None. ~PLICA~ON A~ AWARD PRO~S~ Pr~pp~fioa ~r~a~fion: This progr~ is cligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovemmen~ Review of Feder~ g~." ~ applicant should ~nsult ~c office or o~¢i~ d~ignat- ~ ~ the sin~e point of coa~ct ~ his or her S~te for more infor- mation on the process the S~te requires ~o ~ followed in apply- ing for ~s~ce, if the S~t~ h~ s~ected the program for rcficw. Appli~ Pr~edure: Sm~d Form 424, 'Application for Feder~ Assisted," ~ application n~ative, and certifications ~ for project grits ~d mint ~ submitted to the Appli~fion ~n~ol Center at the addr~s and by the deadfiae specified ~ the appli~fion notice publ~hed in ~e Federal Re~ter. ~is notice is publish~ 30 to 90 days before ~e d~dline. ~ere arc no applica- tion forms or pr~cfi~d fo~ats for t~ grant progrm. Awed ~ure: Applications are approved by the A~t ~ere- ~, OE~, ~r a refiew by s~ ~d non-govc~ea~! experts apply the ~l~fian cdteda ~ EDGAR. De~: Sp~ified in the Fcd~ Register notice. ~e of Approv~provfl Time: The approv~ r~mc time vafi~. A~: None. RenewS: None. ~~ CONS~E~ONS~ F~m~ ~d ~te~g R~mea~: None. ~ ~d T~e P~g of ~: ~e length of time ~ up to 24 months. PO~ ~~ Re~m: Required ~ffo~ce ream ~d fin~ repo~ s~c~d ~ ~divifl~ awed tern ~d the Act. Au~: AU ex~nfl~tur~ by State ~d 1~ ga~men~ ~fll frequent', usu~ly once a y~ b~t not I~ ~ once eve y~ O~ rec]pi~ m~t E~ ~ve audi~ conducted at l~t c~ce e~- two y~ ~e Se~e~D" of ~u~fio~ ~e ~t 857 TI57691681
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Secret, OERL ~.'~:I the C_~:mptroil_,zr Gcne,-al of the Um:ed States, ~r their duly authorized r~rcscntau~cs for the Fur~se cf aud:t an~ examination, to all apphcable re:~rd~ and to a.n~ ether pertinent bc~_ks, documents, papcr:.~ :Ln:l records. Rt~ort~: Each grante~ will keep intact accessible records rcla~t~g, to the receipt and ~pcnditure cf the grantee's cor.tnh~t~.n to the cost of ti'.e project. Records will n~rmally be retained for three years after the date of the submission of the final expenditure report, or for grants that are renewed annually, for three years after the date of the subrnissicn of the annual expenditure ret~ort. Records for nonexpendable personal property that were acquired with Federal funds shall be retained for three years after its final disposition. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-0500-0-1-501. Obligttions: (Grants) FY 95 $0; FY 96 cat not idcntifmblc; and FY 97 eat not idenfifiable. (Note: The 1~' 96 and FY 97 eat will be de- termined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) Range ~nti Attrtge of Financial Assistance: The range is $300,000 to $1,000,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Examples are not available. REGULATIONS, ~UIDELINF~, AND LITERATURE: Regulations have not been published. INFORMATION CONTACI'S: Regional or Local Office: Not applicable. Heidquarters Office: Department of Educ-ation, OERI, 555 New Jersey Ave., NW., Washington, De 20208-5573. Contact: Dr. Joseph Conaty. Telephone: (202) 219-2079. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OF' FUNDED PROJECTS: This is a new program, ex- amples are not available. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Criteria have been de- termined by the regulations set forth in EDGAR. 84.281 EISENHOWER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT STATE GRANTS FEDERAL AGENCY: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AU'I~ORIZATION: Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title II, Part B, as amended. OBJECTIVES: To ensure that teachers, staff, and administrators have access to sustained and intensive high- quality professional devel- opment. To challenge State content standards in core academic subjects. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: All funds must be used for im- provement of teaching the core academic subjects in elementary and secondary schools. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: State educational agencies (SEAs) for elemen- tary, State agencies for higher education (SAHEs)0 the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Insular Areas may apply. Institutions of higher education (]HES) apply to the SAHE. Local educational agencies (LEAs) apply to the SEA. Beneficiary Eligibility: Teachers are direct beneficiaries and students are indirect beneficiaries. Crede~tttals/Documeniation: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: eovertge under E.O. 12372, qntergovernm,nttl Review of Fedexal Pro~'mms." An al~ plicant skould consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applyiag for assistance, if ~e State has selected the program for review. Preapplication Co~rdiufion: None. Application Procedure: Each Stale ed~catior=~l agen:~, m~t submit an avflication to t~.- Sc=re~ry ~h=n requireS. Award Procedure: Ap~lica~ns ~xe al:prc~ed for a'~ ~)' the Sc~- a-,.a~em~c sub,~ccts, t_~a.:h~ e:I~t~..:~, inc'.ad~zg t~achers ~'::l ti~ns to S~tes. Contact the !~rog~a,-n cfff~ce f~r t~re spec~fi: Range of Approval/Disapprovtl Tim~: Estimate 45 days. Apim~k: No~ at~pIicable Rcnewal~ Funds arc annually available on July 1. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formul~ ~d l~,l~tching Requirements: Of the funds available, one half of one percent is reserved for grants to the outlying areas and ~ne half of one perccnt is reserved for grants made by the BIA. The remainder is available to the States. Eighty-four percent is distributed to LEAs and sixteen percent is awarded to IHEs. Length and Time PhtsMg of Assistance: Generally, from July 1 to September 30 of the following year. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Performance reports as required by EDGAR. Audits: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- Circular A-128, 'Audits of State and Local Governments," State and local governments that receive tinancial assistance of $100,000 or more within the State's fiscal ycar shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 within the State's fiscal year shall havc an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, governing the programs in which they participate. Records: Grantees must maintain appropriate records related to grant funds. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Aecotmt Identificttinn: 91-1000-0-I-~01. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $251,298,000; FY 96 est not identifiable: and FY 97 est $610,000,000. (Note: The FY 96 est will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) Range and Average of Financial Assistance: Formula grants range from $1,243,000 to $27,708,000; $4,784,000 for States. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHIMENTS-. Examples of program accom- plishments are not available. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINF-~, AND LITERATURE: 34 CFR 75.210. Regulations are under review. They will be published in the Federal Register. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: Each State has an SEA coordinator and an SAHE coordinator. For further information contact the head- quarters office. Headquarters Office: School Effectiveness Division, Depurtmcnt of Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Portals Bldg., Room 4500. Washington, DC 20202-6140. Contact: Daniel F. Bonner. Telephone: (202) 260-2517. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OP IWJNDED PROJECTS: This is a new program, ex- amples are not available. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: (1) Meeting the pur- pose of the authorizing statute; (2) extent of need for the project: (3) plan of operation; (4) quality of key personnel; ($) budget and cost-effectiveness; (6) evaluation plan; and (7) applicants' adequacy of resonr~es. 84.282 PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS (Charter Schools) FEDERAL AGENCY: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Elementary and Sezonclary Education Act of 1965, as amenzlecl, Title X, P~t C. OBJECTIVF_.S: To increase naticr2.1 ~=dersta~,~$in~, cf the Charter Sch:~;,'s Me, el by: (1} Pro:'~ding f~r.,ancial ass~sta:~ce for th-~ dc~igu and ini ;tial implemer_tat~n of c]'.arter schooL<: and 42) 858 6-96 TI57691682
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the efT~ct~ c,f such ~:h~I~, in='~di~g the ~ec~ L'~ ~N~ U~ ~~ONS: ~ch S~te ~u~fion.~I agency eI~le a~Hem~ in ~eir S~ enabling &era to ~I~ and ~ple- merit a cheer ~h~l. ~ch di~bl~ appli~t, ether th~ an S~, recd~g f~ from ~e Seereta~ or ~ SEA s~l ~ the funds to pl~ ~d ~plement a cheer seh~l. A~ii~t Eii~: SE~ ~e dibble ~ au~e~ed public eha~er- ing agenci~. If a State edu~tional agency elee~ not to pa~teipate ~ ~i~ program or do~ not have ~ approved application, loc~ eflu~fion~ agencies ~EAs) or o~er public enfiti~ ~at have the au~oHty pu~a~t to State law and are approved by the SecreCy of ~u~tion ~e dibble as authored public charte~g agencies. ~nefid~ ~i~iRt~: School administrators, teachers, and studen~ are ~nefiei~. Cr~enfi~oe~enmfiom None. APP~CA~ON A~ AWA~ Pr~p~i~flon Coor~aflon: Contact the program o~ce for this in- fo~afion. A~li~fion Pr~eflure: Contact the program office for application ~d ~gulation information. Awed P~ed~e: Contact the progam o~ce for this ~formation. D~: D~dl~es for this program have not yet been ~blished. ~ge of Approv~sap~rov~ Time: To be dete~ined. A~: None. RenewS: Renew~ pr~edur~ have not been dete~ined. ASSI~ CONS~E~TIONS: F0m~h ~d Mate~ng Req~remen~: None. ~n~ ~fl ~ime Phming of ~is~nee: Grants ~e award~ for a period of not more th~ 3 years, subject to ~e availability of f~ds. PO~ ~SI~ ~QU~EME~: Re~: Fin@ ~No~anee reports must be submitted within days after the end of the ~ant award pefi~ for b~ie and special project awards. Financial status reports are required for special project g~nte~. Audi~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Governments," State and local governments that receive financial assurance of $1~,~ or more within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that year. State ~d local governments that receive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ with~ the State's fis~l year sh~l have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance ~th Feder~ laws and repletions governing the progra~ which they pa~icipate. Re~r~: Records must ~ main~ned for three years ~ter the fis~ ye~ in which the expenditure wm made by the g~tee, or until the grantee is notified of the completion of the Federal fiscal audit. In ~1 cases of audit ques~ons, records must ~ mainmlned until r~olution h~ occu~ed. ~AN~ ~O~IA~ON: A~t lde~fifl~tlon: 91-1~1-501. ObN~fio~: (Grits) ~ 95 $6,~,~; FY 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d ~ 97 ~t $~,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~" 96 est will be det~- min~ u~n ~aetment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- ~.) ~ge ~fl Ave~e el Fi~e~ ~i~ee: 1995 w~ $27,~. PRO~ ACCO~LIS~: In 1995 awards were made to sup~ 2~ NEG~ONS, GU~EL~, ~ L~E: Re~lations for th~ pro~ are eu~enfly being developed. ~n~ct the pro- ~ ~ce for more information. R~ ~ ~ O~: Not applicable. H~e~ O~c~ P~blic Cheer Schools Pro~, ~, ~d ~a~fi~n~ ExceI!enee Div~i~n, O~ce of ~hc~I FiegeL @ED.GOV. Pro~ O~:~ Teleph~ne: f202) 20~2671. ~.&~ PRO~MS: ~IA FOR S~E~G PROPOSe: I~ ~&~i~n ~ c~teda under ~r¢~ s~tute ~e c~t~a apply: (1) Mee~g ~e p~se of ~e auguring statute; (2) extent of neea for the project; {3) ~Im ef epe~ti~n; (4) qu~ity ef key pemennd; (5) budget ~d cost-effec~ven~; {6) eva]~tion p/an; ~d O) appli- cant¢ adequacy of r~ur~. 84.283 ~OMP~NS~ REGIONAL ASSIST~ ~~ ~D~L AG~: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPAKTME~ OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Elemen~ry ~d Secondary ~u~fion Ae~ Title XIII, P~t A, ~ amended. O~~: To provide comprehensive t~ning and tec~cal as- sist~ee related to the a~trafion ~d ~plementation of projects. ~ OF .~SISTAN~: Di~emination of Tectal I~ormafion. OS~ ~B ~SE ~S~I~ONS: None. A~fi~nt Eli~b~i~: Smte~ and local edu~tlonM agencies, sehoMs, tribes, community org~izations, public or private nonprofit enti- ties, or co~onia of thee entities may apply. Benefici~ E~b~: Agenei~ supposing or providing elemen~ry ~d seeond~ eduction will benefit. Credenfi~oc~en~fion: None. APPLICA~ON AND AWA~ PROC~S: ~pll~fion Coordination: None. Appli~fion Pr~edure: The application procedure will be published in the Federal Register (ZAP) Notice. Contact the program office for more info~ation. Award Pr~edure: Review will be done by a panel of three outside r~ders. Applications will then undergo an administrative review ~fl will be r~cd with rcco~endatio~ made for funding. D~dlin~: Will be published in the Federal Register. R~ge of Ap~rov~isa~roval Time: Approximately 60 to 120 days. A~: None. Renew~s: None. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDE~IONS: Fo~ulg ~d Mateh~g Req~remea~: None. ~n~ and Time Ph~ing of Msismnce: Grants ~y be awarded for up to 5 y~rs subject to the av~lability of funds ~d perfo~anee by the ~tee. PO~ ASSISTAN~ REQUIR~tE~S: Re~: As required by EDGAR. Audits: ~ required by EDGAR. Record: Reeor~ m~t be kept for 5 y~ after the completion of the activity for which grit funds were used. ~AN~ ~ORMA~ON: Account Idenfifi~tlom 9 l- 1~-~ 1-501. Ob~gafio~ ~s~mination of TechMeal Info~ation) ~" 95 $29,~1.~; FY 96 est not identifiable; and FY 97 est ~ote: ~e ~ 96 ~t w~l be dete~ined u~n enactment of the 1~6 approp~ation for t~s program.) ~age ~d Average of Fin~c~ Ms~ce: A range h~ not been ~bl~shed. PROG~I ACCOMPLIShiNg: Fifteen centem were f~ndefl in fi~ y~ 1995. ~G~TIONS, G~ELINES, AND L~T~: Reg¢latk~ns an~ guidelines ~ill be ~bIJshed in the Feder~ Register. ~WO~%~ON CO~A~: R~ or ~ O~ Non~ H~q~e~ O~ce: Offiee ~f School Improvement ~ograms. DC 2~2~ Cent,=t: ,~e R. M~eL Telephone: (212) 2~24~4 859 T[57691683
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RE~.TED PROGRAMS: ~ FOR SELE~G PROPO&~: G:.~tact t~.e prog~ ~.~86 ~LECO~I~CATIONS DEMONS~ON PNO~ FOR ~~LA~CS ~DERAL AGENt: ASSI~ANT SEC~TARY FOR EDUCA- TION ~S~RCH AND IMPROVEME~, DEPAR~IENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~ON: Elc~emaD~ and Sece~ry ~tmn Act of 1965, Tide III, Pa~ D, ~ ~mcnded. 20 U.S.C. ~9~1-6952 O~I~: To c~ry out ~ national telecommunications demonstration privet to improve the teaching of mathematics. ~ OF A~I~AN~: Project ~rants. US~ ~D USE R~TNI~ONS: ApplieanN must: 1) Use the exist- ing publicly funded telecommuni~tions infrastructure to deliver service: 2) be conducted in conjunction with appropriate SEAs. LEAs, State, and local profit public telecommuni~tions entlti~, and a nationM mathematics education profusion! ~s~iation ~at h~ developed content standards; and 3) provide benefits ~h~l~ of local educationM agenci~ which have a high percent- age of children counted for the pu~ose of Pa~ A. Title I. ESEA of 1965, as amended. ELIgIBle" ~QUIREMENTS: A~pli~t Eli#bili~: SEAs, LEAs, nonprofit telecommunication en- titi~ or partnership with thee entiti~ may apply. Benefici~ Eg#bi~': Elementary and secondary seh~l t~chers of mathematics and schools of LEAs having a high percentage children counted tbr the purpo~ of P~t A, Title I, ESEA of 1965, as amended. Credenfi~umenmtion: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROC~S: Preapplic~tion Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372 qntergovemmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An appli~nt should consult the o~ce or o~cial designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the procure the State requir~ to be followed in ap#y- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Application Procedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the notice published in the Federal Register. Awed Procedure: After completion of a competitive apNieation review process by outside reviewers, the Secrem~ mak~ the final approvM of awards. Deadlines: Contact the program office for application deadlines and information. ~nge of Approwl/D~pprovfl Time: The range of approval/di~p- proval time i~ approximately ~ days follo~ng the application deadline. Aphis: Nnne. RenewS: Renewals are b~ed on the approval of a continuation re- quest and the availability of funds. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDE~TIONS: Fo~ula ~d itt~ing N~u~emenN: None. ~n~ ~fl Time P~i~g of ~i~mnee: ~e length of the pr~eet peNod k~ up to five yea~ b~ed on approval of a continuation re- quit and the avMlability of funds. PO~ ~ISTANCE R~: Annual program progress reporm are required. Au~N: ~ required by ~e ~aeafion Department General Admin- istrative Re.latices. ~: ~ req~red by t~e Edacation Department General mini~tmtive Reg~Ntions. F~.~ ~ ~O~NIA~ON: ena:~e~t ef tke Ig~S aFFr,2?r~ati:,n f~r t~s Range and Average of F~tmaci=l .~istt.ace: No~ PROGraM ACCO~S~S: ~mp:~ ~e cot Decadent Ge:~rM Ad~ti~e Re~o~ ~GAR), R~on~ or ~ Office: N~t appli~b!e. HeadquaNe~ O~cm Office of ~u~ti~nM R~ch ~d Impro%,e- mont. Depa~ment ef ~ueadon, ~ Independen~ Ave. SW., W~hington. DC 20208-5~. Contact: Adfia White. Telephone: (202) 219-2181. RELA~ PROG~MS: None. EX~L~ OF FU~ED PROJE~: This is a new program, ex- ampl~ are not avMiable. ~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: ~e Secretary us~ the solution criteria contained in the ~u~tion Depmment Gene~l Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) to evaluate di~retion~y grants. 84.287 21ST CENTURY COMMUNI~ LEARNING CENTERS PROGRAM ~DE~L AGENCY: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EDUCA- ~ON R~EARCH, STATISTICS, AND IMPROVEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HORI~ON: Elementary and Secondly ~ucation Act of 1965, Title X, Pa~ l, Public ~w 103-382. OBJE~IV~: To support rural and inner city public elementary and secondary schools or consortia of such schools to ply, implemen~ or expand projects that benefit educational, h~lth, sociM se~i~ cultural, and recreational needs of ~eir community. "I~P~ OF ASSISTANt: Project Gran~. US~ AND USE RESTRI~ONS: Projects funded under this pro- gram must be for the pu~se of meeting the needs of, ~d ex- panding the opportunities available to, the residents of the commu- nities served by public schools in rural ~d inner city eommuniti~. ELIGIBILI~ REQUIREME~S: Applic~t EgNbility: RurM ~d inner city public elementary and seconda~ schools or consortia of such schools. Beneficia~ Eli#b0ity: Public and nonprofit agencies and org~- tions, local busin~es, educationM entiti~ (such ~ vocational ~d adult education programs, school-to-work programs, co--unity colleges, and universities), recreationM, cMtural, and other com- munity and h~ service entitle. Credenti~s/Docmen~tiom None. APPLICATION AND AWA~ PRO~SS: coverage under E,O. 12372, qnteNovermen~ Review of Fede~l Pro~." plic~t should consult the o~ee or the offlei~ d~iNtted ~ the sin#e ~int of contact in his or her State f~ more on the pr~s the State requ~es to ~ foffowed ~ ap#~g for ~is~ee, if the S~te ~ selected the pro~ for renew. Preappli~on Coor~fioa: Appli~on Pr~edere: Pr~edures ~e d~cribed in the application notice published ann~lly in the Federal Register. ~ntact the h~dqua~ers office listed below for appli~tion packages con~n- mg the announcement, application, and other forms, Award ~edure: Applications are review~ and evMuated by out- side expe~ and program staff annuaUy, in accord~ce with EDGAR pr~r~. ~e Assistant Secretary for EducationM Re- search and lmprov~ent approv~ the ~e~tion of applieado~ for negoliMion. Deanna: Deadlines w~l be announced ann~ly in application rices publ[~ed in the F~eral Register. ~nge of A~rov~Napprov~ T~e: ~e approval time is a~ro~- mately 6 A~: None, RenewS: ~SI~.~N~ CONS~E~TIONS: F~mult N Matting R~eiremen~ None. ~n~ ~d Time Ph~ing of .~ce: A'~~ds are ~a~= FoI!o'a~g t~e initial, comFetiIively s~ec~ed a~d cf ~p to 860 6-96 TI57691684
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~ckc months, ~o add~onal on:-ycar, nc:-zorn~e.~rg con~nu- EDGAR, ~I~s c~e~'isc required ~ ~e awed d~um~nt, ~c nec~'. A fin~ financ~ and Fe~o~anc~ re~ ~ due ninety ~ys a~cr t~inafion of ~e Au~: In accord~ce ~th the ~u~fion Dep~ent Ocne~t Ad- ~s~afive Reg~ations in t~e Appendix to 34 C~ 80, S~te ~d Io~ governments t~t r~eive fm~cial ~sis~ of $1~,~ or more wi~in the State's fis~l y~ s~ll have an audit made for that y~r. State and 1~ gove~en~ that receive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ ~thin ~e State's fis~ year shMl have an audit made in accord~ce ~th the Appendix to P~ 80, or ~ ac- cord~ce wi~ FederM laws ~d regulatiom~ gove~ing the pr~ ~ in which they p~ficipate. Record: As req~red by EDGAR. ~AN~ ~O~A~ON: Accoum Identification: 91-11~-1-503. Obli~tiom: (Gr~) FY 95 $750,~; FY 96 est not identifiable; ~d FY 97 est $0. (Note: The FY 96 ~t will be dete~ined upon en- actment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro~am.) ~ge ~d Average of Fin~ci~ ~mce: The average award was $124,~ in 1995. PROG~M ACCOMPLISHME~: Six proj~ts were funded in 1995. REG~A~ONS, G~DEL~, AND L~TURE: ~e regula- tions applicable to this pro~am are in the Education Depa~ment GenerM Admi~strative Regulmions, 34 C~ 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81. 82, 85, and 86. ~O~TION CO~A~S: Re#on~ or ~c~ O~ce: Not applicable. H~dqumers Office: National Institute on ~rly Childhood Devel- opment ~d Education, Office of Edu~tionM Rese~ch and Im- provement, Depa~ment of Education, Washington, De 20208- 5524. Telephone: (202) 219-1496. ~LA~D PROG~S: None. ~PL~ OF ~DED PROffErS: Exampl~ are not currently avMlable, ~R~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSALS: ~e criteria for select- ing propels under this program include how well the project mee~ the purposes of the authorizing s~tute, the extent of need for the project, plan of operation, quMity of key pe~onnel, budget and cost~ffectiveness, evaluation plan, and adequacy of r~ources. ~.~8 BILINGUAL EDUCATION--PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT ~D ~PLEMENTATION GRA~S ~DE~ AGENt: O~ICE OF THE DIe.OR FOR BILIN- GUAL EDUCATION AND MINORITY LANGUAGES AF- FAIRS, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~HO~ON: Elementary and Secondary ~ucmion Act of 1965, ~ ~ended, Title VII, Pa~ A. O~E~: To develop ~d implement new comprehensive, co- herent, ~d succ~sful bil~g~ education or sp~ial Mte~afive st~ctio~l progr~s for l~it~ English proficient student, eluding prog~s of early childh~ eduction, kinderga~ through twelfth grade ~ucation, ~ ~d t~ented education, ~d v~adonal ~d applied technology ~ucmion; to improve the ~ucation of li~tcd En#ish proficient studen~ and their fmili~ by implmenting family eduction progr~s ~d parent outreach ~d t~n~g activiti~ d~ign~ to ~t p~en~ to become active p~p~ in the education of their childre~ to improve the in- si~ctional prog~ by idenfif}dng, acquiring. ~d upgrading c~r- Hc~m, inst~cfion~ ~d ed~cationM ~ftw~e. ~d ~m~t pr~ur~ to ~mp~te FenonneL ~cla~ng t~cher Md~ who have ~en speciEcMly trained, or ~e ~ing t~iued, to provide ~'ic~ ~d to provide tutefiMs and ~flemic c~eer for c~Idren =d yo~ of l~it~ En#i~h TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Pr0jcct Gm~ U~ &ND USE ~I~ON~: ~o~ec*s ~ ~st ~h~I dis- tnc~ in ~mpleme~fing new c~mpreh~nsk'e ~ro~ for I~mite~ ~GIB~" REQ~~: A~pli~t ~%~: L~ ~duca~ion ag~n=i~ may apFly. Beaefici~' E~%~: Children ~th l~hed profi:iency s~ding, s~ng. r~ding. ~d w~fing English will ~PLICA~ON ~ AWARD PRO~: Pr~p~li~on ~ordin*don: ~i~ progr~ is e]~ble for coverage ~d~r ~O. 12372, 'Imergovemm~n~ Review of Federal Pro- grams." An appli~m s~suld co~ul~ th~ o~ce or t~= o~=ial d~- ignated ~ ~ s{ngl~ ~t of contact in his or her State for mor~ intb~adon on the proc~ ~e State requir~ to ~ followed in ap- plying for ~sis~n~. if the Stm~ has ~lect=d th= program for r~view. To participate, ~ organization must have on fde with the Secretary of ~cation, by the d~ignated deadlin% an application that compli~ with the statutory requirement. ~ntact th~ pro- gr~ o~ce for specific application info~ation. Application Procedure: To p~dcipat~, an organhation must have file with the S~cretary of Educafio., by the designated d~dllne, an appl~tion which compli~ with the statutory requirem~ts. Conmc~ th~ progr~ offi~ for specific application information. Awed Procedure: Applications are approved for awards by the Di- rector, O~ce of Bi~ngu~ Education and Minority Lang~g~ Af- f~rs b~ed on evaluations and recommendations of outside expels, and ~ administrative review of ~he app]icatioas. D~a~: Deadl~ will ~ announced in the application notic~ pub]Mhed in the Feder~ Re~s~er. ~ge of Ap~ro~D~ss~pro~ T~e: Approximately 120 days. Ap~]s: None. RenewS: Renewals ~e b~ed on an annual review of the pe@o~- ance dam and the avilab~lity of funds. ~SISTAN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~.la and Matching Req.iremen~: Non~, Len~h and Time Ph~ng of ~nce: Awards ar~ mad~ for ~welve months. POST ASSISTANCE ~Q~~S: Repot: F~cial stat~ and perfo~ance reports, as required by EDGAR, 34 CFR 75.720. Specific reporting requirements are contained in the gran~ document. Audits: In accordance wi~ the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of State and ~=al Governments," State ~d Loll gow~en~ ~hat receive fmanci~ ~sismnce of $1~,~ or more wi~hln th~ State's fiscal year sh~ll haw an audit mad~ for that year. State ~d local gover.m~nts ~hat receive betw~ and Sl~,~ whhin the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made in accordanc~ with Circuhr No. A-128, or in wi~ Feder~ laws and regulations gove~i.g the pro~ams in which they pa~icip~te. Record: As required by EDGAR, ~antees are required to maintain approp~ate records related m gra.~ funds. ~AN~AL INFORMATION: Accost Iden~fi~o.: 18-13~-[-50l. Obll~do~: (Gr~) ~ 95 $& ~ 96 est $15.~,~; and ~" 97 ~z $15,~,~. R~e ~d A~emge of Fin~cIM ~lst~=e: ~is is ~ new program, a range h~ not ~ ~mblis~ed. PROG~I ACCOMPLIS~S: Exampl~ of accomp]~hmems ~ not av~labl~. ~GU~ONS, GUIDELINe, ~ ~TE~U~: No r~gu~ations have ~n d~ve~o~& EDGAR w~l ~ us~ ~ appro- ~O~A~ON CO~A~: Re~o~ or L~ O~cm Not app]i~abM. Hmdqumers O~¢e: Office of Bi~ng~ ~c~ficn and M~ori~, Ave., SW., W~hmTon, DC 2~202. Te~ene: (202) 6-96 861 T157691685
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EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJEC"f~: "l~s ~ a ~ Frc~ra~. ~ FO~ ~G PROPOSAl: ~e c~c~ia for :~g r~o~a:s ~der lh~ ~ro~ in:I~e ~o~ ~ell the a~ cost~ffectiven~s, evaI~ti~n plan, a~d adequacy of r~ourc~. 84.~9 B~INGU~ EDUCATION--PROGR~I E~ANC~IE~ FEDEraL AGENt': OFFICE OF THE DI~CTOR FOR BILIN- GUAL EDUCATION AND MINORI~ LANGUAGES FAIRS, DEPAR~tENT OF EDUCATION AUTHOR~ON: Elemental, ~d Secondary Education Act of 19fi5, as amended, Tide VlI, P~t A. OBffE~V~: To zany out highly f~used, innovative, kxMly de- signed projec~ to expand or enhance existing bilingual education or sFeciM Mternative instruction progra~ for limited English pro- ficient students. TYPES OF ASSISTANt: Project Grants. US~ AND USE ~TRI~IONS: Funds c~ be ~ed to assist school d~tHcts to implement new comprehensive programs for limited English proficient students. ELIG~IL~ REQ~tENTS: Ap~lie~t Eii#bili~: Local eduction agencim may apply. ~nefi¢ii~ Eli#bility: Children with limited proficiency in under- standing, spewing, reading, and writing English will benefit. Cr~entiMs~oeum~mtion: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROC~S: Pr~p~lieaRo~ Coor~oa: ~is progr~ is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, "Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult th~ office or the official des- ignated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in ap- plying for a~istance, if the State has selected the program for review. Ap~ii~tlon Procedure: To participate, an organization mint have on file with the Secretary of Educatiou, by the d~ignated deadline, an application which complies with the statutory requirements. Con~ct the program office for specific application information. Awmd Procedure: Applications are approved for award by the Di- rector, Office of Bilin~al Education and Minority Languages Af- fairs b~d on evaluations and recommendations of ou~ide expels and an administrative review of the applicaions. D~Mes: Deadlines will b~ announced in the application notice publish~ in the Federal Register. Contact the progr~ office for more i~omation. R~ge of A~rotM~isippr~val Time: The range is approximately 120 days. A~: None. RenewMs: Renewals are b~d on an annual review of the ~rform- once data and the availability of funds. ~SI~CE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula ~d Matching R~remn~: None. ~nWh and Time Ph~ing of A~ismce: Awards are made for twelve mont~. PO~ ~A~ REQU~I~TS: Re~: Financial status ~d p~fform~ce re~rt~ as required by EDGAR, 34 CFR ~&720. S~ific re~ing req~irem~ are confined in the grant document. Audi~: In accordance "A~th the provisions of OMB Circler Ni~. A- 128, 'Audits of S~te and L~¢al Gove~en~%'" S=te ~d governments that receive fi~a~cial assts~n:e of S1~,(O3 er more wikhin the S~te's fiscal ymr shMI have ~ audit mafle for that year. State anti l~=al g~vemmems that receive betwe~ an5 ~I~,~ witNn ~e S~te's fiscal ~r shMl ha~'e an a~dit made in accord~ce ~i~ Circaar No. A-128, or in aceord~ee 862 R~erds: ~ reqaired by EDGAR. g'm:*em, are r~a:red to ~ppropmzte r~cr~ rdat~ t~ ~nt Ac~unt Idenfifi~on: R~ge ~d Average of Fia~eia! .~is~ne~ In 1~5. the average award w~ S 1 PROG~I ACCOmPanieS: Ninety-nine pr~ects were funded in fiscal y~r 1995. REG~A~ONS, G~DE~NES, AND L~ERA~E: No specific re#ations gave ~en developed. EDGAR will ~e use6 as appro- priate. INFORMATION CO~A~S: Re#o~ or ~e~ O~ce: Not applicable, H~dq~e~ O~ce: O~ce of Bilingual Education and Minority Languag~ ~fairs, Depa~ment of Education, ~ Independence Ave.. SW., Washington, DC 20202. Contact: Harry Logel. Tele- phone: (202) 205-5530. RELA~D PNOGR~IS: None. E~tPL~ OF ~DED PRO~: This is a new program, ex- ampl~ are not availabte. ~A FOR S~E~ING P~OPOSA~S: Criteria have not been finalized. ~ntact the program o~ce for more information. ~.291 BILINGUAL EDUCA~ON--SYSTEMt~E IMPRO~MENT G~S ~DENAL AGENt': OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR FOR BILIN- GUAL EDUCATION AND MINO~TY LANGUAGES FAIRS, DEPAR~ENT OF EDUCATION A~ORIZA~ON: Elementary and Secondaw Education Act of 1965, as amended, TitM VII, Pa~ A. OB~: To assist local educationM agencies to collaborate with institutions of higher education, community-based organizv finns, other LE~, or a State education agency, to implement dis- trict-wide bilingual education programs to improve, reform, and update, relevant programs and operations within an entire LEA that serve a significant number of limited English proficient stu- dents. ~PES OF ASS~TANCE: Pr~ect Grants. USES AND USE R~RI~IONS: Funds must be used for improv- ing, reforming, and upgrading relevant programs and operations, within an entire 1o~1 edu~tional agency that serve a significant number of limited English proficient (LEP) children and youth. Funds must be ~ed to supplement, not to supplant, State and local funds that have ~en expended for special programs for LEP stu- dents. E~G~IL~ REQUIREM~: Ap#i~t EH#bili~: One or more Ideal education agencies, or one or more LEA in colla~ration with one or more community-based organizations, institutions of higher edaeation, or S~te eduction agencies may apply. B~efieiaw Eli#bili~: Children wi~ limited proficiency in under- standing, speaking, r~ding, and writing English will C~den~Ns~menmfion: None. APPLICA~ON A~ AWARD PRO~S: ~etpp~fion C~rdiamlom ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, "Intergove~men~ Review of FederM Pro- grams." An applie~t should consult the office or the o~Nfl d~- ignated ~ the single point of contact in his or her S~te for more information on the pr~ess th~ State reqMres to ~ followed in ap- plying for ~is~nce, if th* State has sol,ted the progr~ for review. AppH~fion PrePare: IM panimpate, ~ org~i=lion must have on file with t~e Secreta~~ of Education, by t~e d~gnat*d d~dtin~, ~ ap~li~tion that complies with t~ s~tuto~~ req~Ir~ents. Con- Aw~ P~l~: AFplicad~ns ~e aFproved for a~ds b~ th~ Di- rector. OWme of Bilin~ual Ed~.~t ~n a~d Mi~-rity Lang~ag~ TI57691686
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~ge of Approv~Di~p~rc~ Tim~ ~ ra~g~ m RenewS: Ren~wa!~ are b~ed on ~ annu~ review of the ante da~ a~d the availab~ity ~f f~nds. ASSISTAN~ CONS~ERA~ONS: F~rm~a ~d M~tehing Requirem~: ~n~ ~d ~ime Ph~ing of ~is~e: Awards are mad~ for twelve months. PO~ A~ISTAN~ REQ~EM~S: Rep~s: Fin~eial s~atu~ and perforate reports, ~ req~ed by EDGAR, 34 C~ 75.720 apply. Specific reporting requiremen~ are confined in ~e grit document. Audi~: In aeeord~ee with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audit~ of Sta~e and Local Government" S~te ~ governments that receive fin~ei~ ~sis~nce of $1~,~ or more wilhin the State's fis~l year sh~l have an audit made for tha~ ye~. State and local govemmen~ ~at receive between and $1~,~ within the State~ fise~ ye~ shall have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the progr~s which they participate. Records: As required by EDGAR, gr~te~ ~e required to maln~n appropriate records related to grant funds. FINiCaL INFORMATION: Account Iden~fieatiom 1843~-1-501~ Obligations: (Gran~) FY 95 $15,616,~; ~ 96 est $1ZI80,~; ~d FY 97 ~t g45,513,~. Range ~d Average of Fi~eial Asslslan~e: In fiscal year 1995, the average award w~ PROG~M ACCOMPLISHME~S: Thirty-two projects were funded in fiscal year 1995. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, ~D LITERATURE: No specific regulations have been developed. EDGAR will be used as appro- pdale. INFORMATION CO~A~S: Re~o~ or Loe~ O~ce: Not applicable. He~dquar~em Office: Office of Bilingual ~ueation ~d Minority Languages Affairs, Department of Education, 6~ Independence Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202. Contact: H~ry LogeL Tele- phone: (202) 205-5530. RE~TED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OF FU~ED PROJE~S: ~is is a new program, no examples are available. CRI~RIA FOR SELE~ING PROPOSe: Criteria have not been eslablished. Contact the program o~ee for more information. 84,292 BILINGUAL EDUCA~ON~R~E~CH PROGR~IS FEDERAL A~': OFFICE OF ~E DI~CTOR FOR BILIN- GUAL EDUCATION AND MINORI~" LANGUAG~ AF- FAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORI~TION: Elemenlary and Seeond~, ~u~ation Act 1965, Title VII, Part A, Subpart 2, as ~enfled. OBdE~I~: To conduct r~areh ~d progr~ evaluation a~tivities ~hrough compelitive gran~, conlrae~, and ~rative agree- ~'P~ OF ~SI~CF~ Project G~. ~S~ AN~ USE ~S~I~ONS: Proj~ mast ~ d~igned prove ~i~ng~al ed~atfon ~d 5~eial altemaltve instme~on pro- grams for limited Engl~h proficient ~rg~u~tirr~ t~r a ccn~Tnia ef th~ ent~fi~ may ap~Iy. Benefie~ry .~PLI~ON AN~ AW.~ PROS: under E.O. 1237Z ~s." An appli~t i~at~ ~ the s~gle ~int of co~mct in his or her State for m~re info~ation on the proce~ the S~te requir~ to be fol~owed in a~ plying for ~gsgt~ee, if the S~te h~ selected th~ program for A~pli~ficn Prot~ure To pa~ieiFat~ an organization ma~t ha~'e cn file wi~ the Secreta~, of ~aeation. by the d~i~ated deadline, an appli~tion ~t ccmpl~ with the s~tutory requirement. Con- ~ct the program o~ce ~or specific application info~ation. Awed Procedure: Appli~t[ons are approved for awards by the Di- rector, O~ee of Biling~ Education and Minority Lang~ges Af- f~rs based on evictions and recommendations of ou~ide experts, and an administrative review of the applications. Dezd~: Dead~n~ will be announ~d in the application notice published in the Federal Register. Contact the program office for more info~ation. R~ge of A~prcv~approv~ Time: Approximately 120 days App~Is: Non~ Renewals: Renewals are b~ed on an annual renew of the perform- ~ce ~ and the availability of funds. ~SI~ANCE CONSIDE~ONS: Format ~d Matching Requirement: None. ~n~ ~d T~e Ph~ing cf ~s~ee: Aw~ds are made for twelve months. POST ASSISTAN~ REQUIR~IE~S: Repot: Financial status and performance repots, ~ required by EDGAr, 34 CFR 75.720. Specific reposing requiremen~ are contained in the grants d~ument. Au~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Governments." State and loe~ governments that receive financial assistance of $1~,~ or more within the State's fl~l ye~ shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within the State's fiscal year shall h~ve an audit made in aceord~ee with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regulations governing the programs in which they p~ieipate. Records: Grantees are required to m~in~in appropriate records re- lated to grant funds ~ required by EDGAR. ~AN~L I~ORMA~ON: ~ceo~t lden~fi~fion: 18-13~-1-501. Obli~fio~: (Grants) ~ 95 $1,405,~; ~ 96 est $0; ~nd FY 97 est ~ge and tablished. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHME~S: E~ples are not currently available. REG~TIONS, GUIDELINES, ~D LITE~: No specific regulations have been develo~d. EDGAR will ~ used ~ appro- p~te. ~FORMATION CO~A~S: Re~on~ or L~ O~ce: None. Head~u~e~ O~ee: O~ce of Bilingual ~ueation and Mino~ty Lang~g~ Aff~, Dep~ment of ~ucation, 6~ Independence Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202. Telephone: (202) 205-55~. ~LA~ PROG~IS: None. EX~L~ exampl~ ~e available. ~A FOR ~NG PROPOSAl: Cfite~a are ~ot ~e~ available. Contact ~e progr~ c~ce for ~ore in~o~afioa. 84.293 FO~GN L~GUAG~ ~SIST~CE ~ AG~': O~CE OF THE DIe,OR FOR BILIN- GU~ ~UCA~ON FAIRS, D~AR~fEN~ OF EDUCATION 6-96 863 TI57691687
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AUTHORIZATION: Element.r3 a.~d Seccr, da~,. ~.~ Ac, cf ~P~ OF .~~ Projeat US~ ~N~ USE ~~ONS: ~jec~ m~ be ~:~ig~d to go~ innovative model proses of foreign l~g~ge study in cle- ~enla~, a~a se¢ondaD, ~hcols. ProjeeL~ m~t show ~e promise of being ~ntinued ~yond the grit ~. Not I~ than three- fou~hs of the approp~ation must be used for dementS, level projects. A~t ~i~b~i~: State ~d loc~ education agen~ may apply. Benefie~ ~lli~: Elemen~ and secondary seheol children will benefit. Credenfish~oeumen~fion: None. ,~PLICA~ON A~ AWA~ PROS: Pr~plieaflon C~rdn~fion: ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, "Intergovernmen~l Re~fiew of Feder~ Pro- gr~s.'" An appli~nt should consult the o~ee or the o~eial d~- ignated ~ the s~gle point of eon~ct in his or her State for more information on the proce~ the State requir~ to be followed in a~ plying for assistance, if the State h~ selected the prog~ for review A~li~on Proe~ure: To participate, an organ~tion must have on file with the Secre~D, of ~ucafion, by the d~i~ated deadline, an application that complies with the s~tutory requirement. ~n- met the program o~ce for specific application info~afion. Award Procedure: Applications ~e approved for awards by ~e Di- rector, ~fiee of Bilingu~ Education and Minority ~nguag~ Fairs based on evaluations and reeo~endafions of ou~ide experts and an administrative review of the applications. Deadlines: Deadline will be ~nouneed in application notice pub- lished in the Federal Register. Contact the program o~ee for more information. ~uge of Approvsl/Bhspproval Time: Approximately 120 days. A~pe~ls: None. Renewal: Renew~s are based on an annual review of the perfo~- anee data and the availability of funds. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDERA~ONS: Formula and Match~g Requirement: ~e Federal share of the pro- gram may not exceed 50 percent of the project cost. ~n~h and Time Ph~ing of A~ist~ee: Awards ~e made for twelve months. PO~ ASSI~ANCE REQUIREMENTS: Repot: Financial status ~d ~rformance re~r~, ~ req~red by EDGAR, 34 CFR 75.720. S~eifie re~g requiremenB are contained in the grit documents. Audi~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circdar No. A- 128, "Audi~ of State and L~ government." S~te and I~1 governments that receive financi~ ~sis~ce of Sl~,~ or more within the State's fiscal ye~ sh~l ~ve an audit made for that year. State and local governments lhat receive between and $1~,~ witch the State's fiscal ye~ sh~l have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in ae~rd~ee with Federal laws and regulations governing the progr~ in which they pa~ieipate. Record: Grante~ are required to maint~n approp~ate re~rds re- lated to grant funds, as required by EDGAR. ~NAN~L INFO~MA~ON: Ae~unt Ide~tlflettiom 18-I~1-501. OMigtfiong (Gm~) ~" 95 $2,424,~; FY 96 ~t not iflen~fiable; and ~" 97 e~ $5,~,~. ~otm ~e ~" 96 eat ~11 be deter- mined upon enactment ef the 1996 approp~on for t~ pr~ ~ge and Averse of ~n~c~ ~is~: ~e av~ge a'~ard in 1995 w~ PROG~M ACCOS~LI~MEN~S: ~p~ ~e r:ct c~e~tly REGULa, TION~, GUI~E'LINES, AND LITE~.TURE: INFO~%~ON CON~A~: R~oa~ or ~ Offi~ Net ~ngaag~ Affairs, Depa~ment ~f ~ti~n, ~(,3 Independence Ave.. SW., W~h~on, ~ 20202. ~n~ct: Harry LogeI. Tale- phone: (202) 205-5530. ~A~B PRO6~IS: None. EX~L~ OF ~ED PRO~: Twenty-eight pr~ec~ were funded in 1995. ~A FOR SELE~ING PROPOSAl: Criteria have not been ~tablished. Contact lhe program o~ for more info~ation. 84.294 FOREIGN LANGUAGES ASSISTANCE~ ~CE~VE ~E~L AGENt: O~ICE OF THE DIRECTOK FOR BILIN- GUAL EDUCA~ON AND MINORITY LANGUAGES AF- FAIRS, DEPAK~tENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~ON: Elemenm~ and Seconda~, Education Act of 1965, ~ amended, Title VI, Part B, Section 7205. O~V~: To provide public elementary school students with a program desi~ to lead to communicative competency in a for- eign language. ~P~ OF ASSI~CE: Project Gran~. US~ AND USE R~I~ONS: Projects must be designed to l~d to eommuni~tive competency in a foreign language and must provide not le~ th~ 45 mlnut~ of instruction in a foreign lan- guage, not less th~ four days per week throughout an academic year. ELIGIB~ ~QUIREMEN~: Applle~t E~: State and local education agencies may apply. Benefiei~ EIi~bi~: Elementary and secondary school children will benefit. Credenfi~$~eumenmflon: None. APPLICA~ON ~D AWA~ PROC~S~ Preapp~fion C~dl~tfion: ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the o~ee or the official des- ignated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more info~ation on the process the State requir~ to he tbllowed in ap- piing for ~sismnce, if the State h~ selected the program for review. Application Proe~ure: To pa~cipate, an organization must have on file with the Secretary of ~ucation, by the designated deadline, an application that eompli~ wi~h the smtuto~ requirements. Con- tact the progr~ o~ee for specific application information. Awed Procedure: Applications ~e approved for awards by the Di- rector, O~ce of Bilin~! Education and Minority Languages Af- f~rs ba~d on evaluatio~ and recommendations of outside experk~ and ~ adminislrative review of the applications. D~ln~: D~dlin~ ~11 be announced in appli~tion notice pub- lished in the Federal Register. Contact the program office more info~ation. ~ge of A~o~ha~ro~ T~ Approximately 120 days. A~s: None. RenewS; Renewals ~e b~ed on an ~n~l review of the ~rform- ~ee ~m ~d the av~ability of fun~. ~S~ CONS~ONS: Fe~u~ sad Mashing Requirement: None. I~n~h ~d Time ~iag of ~is~ee: Aw~ds are made for twelve mouths. PO~ A~ANCE ~QU~ME~S: Re~: F~andal s~t~ and ~9~ance regor~, ~ required by E~ 34 C~ 75.720. Sgecifie re~3~i~g requirements are ~z~in~ in ~e ~t doe~men~. Au~: In ae~rd~ee g~ the grovisi~ns of OMB Circuit No. A- 128, 'A~L~ of S~te ~d L~ Goxe~s," TI5769168B
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anti $I00.000 ~thm the S~te's f~.al ~,ear s~l ~vc ~ad~ in a~rdanc~ "ASff Circular N~. A-I:~, or in ~th F~d~r~ laws ~fl re~h~ens gov~g Lh~ ~re~ R~: .~ required by E~AR, ~e~ ~e req~red to m~n~ appropriate records r~at~ to grit A~nt I~e~flon: 18-1~I-~01. Ohligafiu~: (Grm~) ~ 95 $8,488,~; ~ ~6 ~t not iflenfif~ble; and ~ 97 ~t $0. (Note: ~e ~ 96 est ~1 ~ dele~ined u~n enactment of the 1998 appropriation f~r ~is progr~.) R~ge ~d Avenge of F~ ~ee: Average awed w~ $303,~ ~ 1995. PROG~ ACCOS~~: E~mpl~ ~e not e~ently av~lable. REG~ONS, GUIDELINe, AND ~~: No specific regulations have been developed. EDGAR ~11 ~ m~ ~ appro- priate. INFO~IATION CO~A~: Re~on~ or ~ Office: Not applicable. Headqu~e~ Office: Office of Bilingual ~u~tion ~d Minority ~nguag~ Aff~rs, Dep~ment of ~ueafion, ~ Independence Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202. ~ntaet: H~y ~gel. Tele- phone: (202) 205-5530. RE~D PROG~S: None. EXA~L~ OF ~ PRO~: ~is is a new progr~, no exampl~ are av~lable. ~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: Cfite~a have not been established. ~n~ct the program office for more info~ation. 84.295 READY-TO-LEARN ~LE~SION FEDE~ AGENt: ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOR EDUCA- ~ON RESEARCH, STATISTICS A~ IMPROVEME~, DEP~TME~ OF EDUCATION A~OR~A~ON: Element~y and Secondly Education Act of 1965, as amended, Title III, P~t C, S~tions 3301 md 3302, 20 U.S.C. 6921-6928. OB~E~IVES: To develop educational programming for pr~h~l and early elemen~ry school children ~d ~eir families. To devel- op educational television, programming and ancill~ matefi~s to increase ~hool readings for young children in I~ited English proficient ho~eholds ~d to iner~e f~y literacy. To develop support materials and se~ie~ that promote effective use of edu~- tional prog~ming. ~P~ OF ~SI~: Project Grmts; Project Grits (Con- tmcU); Project G~ (Coo~rative Agreement). US~ A~ USE R~TRI~ONS: Admi~trative eos~ are imple- mented ~ required in Section 3302. Entifi~ receiving a grit, contract, or ¢oo~rative agr~ment from the ~erem~, may not use more than five ~rcent of ~e amounU received under this ~ction for the nodal and c~toma~ ex~ns~ of administering the ELIGIBIL~ ~Q~REME~S: A~t ~i~hi~: To be eligible to r~eive a g~t, contmel, or c~mtive agr~ment under Subsection (a) ~ enfi~ s~l ~: 1) A nonprofit entity Oncluding a publi~ teleco~imfi~ entity) able to demonstrate a eapaci%, for ~e development md tion of edueafion~ and ins~cti~ tele~ion ~rogr~g of high quality for pr~ehool ~d elemen~ seh~! ch~dren; ~fl 2) able to demonstrate a capaciW to c~n~act ~th ~e pr~u~e~ of c~lflren's television prog~ming for the p~ of develop~g educational television pro~mm~ng of high q~l~ty for pr~eho~l ~ el~en~' mhool c~lflren. ~n~s h~ dirtied ~t f~nfls ~ awarded to ~e ~fion for Pubic Broad,ring amount ~t ~e Sc~c~~ dctc~Ln~ ~nefl~ ~fl£~': Public ~d nonprofit ag~:i~ ~d ~rgar~- adair edumfi~n prog~m, ~h~l-t~ork pr~% cclleg~s, and ur.ixernfi~), re~eat~onaI, cult~-~L and ether corn- inanity and h~nn~n service Cr~ti~q}ocm~l~tio~: None. .~P~CA~ON ~ AW~ PRO~S: ~o~ ~~: ~ ~ro~ ~ ~b'.e for u~er ~O. I~ 'Intergov~m~ Re~i~w cf F~er~ F~c- ~s." ~ applier sho'~d cons~t t~e c~ cr ~c offi~ d~- i~ated ~ ~c s~e ~t of ~n~ct ~ his or her S~te for ~fo~afion an ~ pr~ ~e S~tc req~r~ to be follow~ in pl)~g for m~ if the S~te ~ sel~t~ the pro~ for renew. A~fi~fi~ ~ ~is pro~dure is d~fibed ~ the appli~- tion noti~ published ~n~ly ~ the Federal Register. ~n~ct ~e h~flq~m o~¢ l~t~ ~Iow for appl~ca~on pac~g~ con~n- ing the ~no~en~ appli~tion, and Aw~ P~c~e: AppSe~fions ~e review~ ~d evMuatefl by out- s~de expe~ ~d proem s~ff ~u~y, ~ accor~ce w~ the ~refion~ G~t Progrm Review ~d Ad~afive prcce- d~. ~e Ass~mt ~re~y for ~ucafio~ R~e~ch ~d Im- provement approves ~e sel~fion of appli~fions for negotiation. D~in~: Deadlin~ will be annoan~ ~nu~ly ~ the Federal Re~ster. R~ge of A~ravfl~provfl ~ime: Approx~ately 2 months. A~: None. RenewS: None. A~I~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~uh ~ ~tch~g R~emen~: None. ~a~ ~ T~e Ph~ing of ~i~ee: Following ~ inlti~ award of twelve months, four ~dition~ one-y~, non~ompet~g con- tinuation aw~ds may be made, for a to~ te~ of five yearn, su~ ject to ~c ava~ability of appropriations. PO~ ASSISTANCE REQ~EME~N: Re~: ~ entity r~eiving fun~ under Section 3301 shall prepare ~d submit to ~e Secre~ m ~ repo~ ~n~g ~fo~a- fion required by ~e Secre~. At a m~um, the re~ must de- scribe the progrm a~ti~ties includhg: 1) Progrmm~g ~at h~ ~n developed directly or indirectly ~d the ~rget pop~tion of the programs developed; 2) supposing materials that have been developed to accomp~y the progr~ing ~d ~e method by which materials are distributed to ~mume~ and ~ers of the pro- gramg; 3) the m~ns by which prog~g develop~ ~der this Section h~ been distributed, including the dis~ct l~ng technMogics that have been utilized to m~e pro~amming avail- able ~d the geographic distribution ac~eved ~ough such t~h- nolo~; ~d 4) the initiafiv~ unde~en to develop public or pri- vate pmnerships to secure no~cdcr~ sup~ to devdop and dis- tribute ~e broad~t~g of edu~tional and imtmctio~ progrm- m~g. Au~: In accord~ce ~th the Education Dep~ent Gene~ Ad- ~nistrative Regulations in ~e Ap~ndix to 34 CFR 80. In ac- cordance ~th the provisions of OMB Circ~ No. A-128, 'Audi~ of State and ~ Government, "S~te ~d I~ govemmen~ that receive financiM ~ismnce of $1~,~ or more with~ the State's fiscM ye~ sh~! have an audit made for that year. S~te and 1~ govemmen~ t~t r~eive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ witch ~e S~te's f~ y~ sh~! have ~ audit made ~ accord- ~ce with C~ No. A-128, or in a~ord~ with F~er~ laws ~d regulations gorging the prog~ ~ wHch they p~cipate. R~: ~ req~ by E~AR. ~~ ~O~ON: Ae~t I~fiom: 18-11~1-503. Ob~fi~ (Gr~) FY 95 $7,~,~; ~" 96 ~t not iflenfifi~ble; and ~ 97 ~t $7,~,~. ~ot~ ~e ~ 96 ~t will be deter- ~ed u~n en~tment of the 1996 appropriation for t~s pr~ gr~.) ~ge ~ Ave~e of F~ ~: Proj~ sup~ ~e de- velopmmt ~d d~bufion of efluvafic~ vi~ for pr~h~ ~ ~" ~h~! chfl~en ~d ~dr ~en~ PROG~M AC~MP~~: ~ec~ sup~ the de~el~ ment ~ ~nbuficn af ~a~fio~ vifl~ for Fr~h~1s ~d ele- men~" ~h~l chil~ren ~d ~eir TI57691689
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~ Admir.i~ra~ R~ficns ~4 C~ 74, 75. 77, 79, ~& ~I. INWORMA~ON CON~A~: Re~o~ or ~ O~cm H~fiq~e~ O~: Na~t~ Insfitate on ~rly Ch~h~d Devel- opment and ~u~tion, O~ce of ~u~tion R~rch and Im- provement, D~panment of ~tion, ~ Inde~dence Ave. SW., W~hington, DC 2020~-5524. TeIephone: (202) 219-1496. RELA~D PROG~&MS: None. EXAMP~ OF ~ PRO~: Two proj~ are developing and ~rc~ucing epis~es of edu~t~onal television programs for d~s- tribution and broadest beginning ~ the 1998-99 telc~sion scion. CRI~RIA FOR SE~G PROPOSe: ~e criteria for select- ing propels under this program include how well the project meets th~ pu~s~ of the authori~ng s~tute, the extent of need for the project, plan of operation, quality of key personnel, budget and cest~ft~ctiven~s, evalua~on plan, and adeq~cy of resource. ~,296 NATIVE HAWAI~ CO~I~ITY-BASED EDUCA~ON LEANING ~ERS FEDERAl. AGENt': ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCA~ON. OF EDUCATION A~HOR~TION: Elementa~ and Secondary ~ucation Act 1965, ~tle IX. Section 9210, ~ amended. O~JE~iV~: To support colla~rative eft~ns between community- based Native Ha~v~i~ organizations and community colleges. develop, esmbfish, ~d operate a mi~mum of three community- based education learning centers. TYPES OF ASSI~ANCE: Project Grants. US~ AND USE R~RI~IONS: Funds are used to develop and operate communiw-based edugation learning centers. No more than seven percent of grant funds may be used for administrative purposes ELIG~ILITY REQUIREmeNTS: A~plieant E~biliB.: ~ommunity-b~ed Native Hawaiian organiza- tions and community colleges in Hawaii. Beneficiary Eli~bility: Preschool, clemency and secondary stu- dents, and adult students will bene~L Cre~enti~ls~ocumen~tion: None. APPLICA~ON AN~ AWAR~ PROCESS: Pr~p~]ie~tion ~ordlnafien: ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovcmment~ Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the o~ce or the official des- igna~ed as ihe single point of contact in his or h~ State For more information on the pros the State requires to ~ followed in ap- plying lot assistance, if the S~te h~ selected the program for reviews. Appli~tion Proc~ure: To participate an org~imiion m~[ have ~le with the ~cremry of Eduction, by the desi~at~ deadline, an application which compli~ with the smtatory requirements. Award Pr~ure: Applications are approved For awards by the As- sistant ~crcta~' for Elemental' and Secondly Edaeation b~ upon the recommendations of a p~ei and program staff. D~dfin~: Deadlin~ will ~ ~nounced in an application notice pub- lished in the Federal Register~ R~g~ of A~ro~l/D~ov~ Time: Approximately 60 days. Apes: None. Renew~s: Renewals are b~ed on an annual review of the perform- ance dam ~d the av~lab~ity of ASSISTANCE CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~l~ ~ N~t~ia~ Req~Hemen~: None. ~n~h ~d Time Ph~iag of ~: A'~ds are made for 6-96 A~ ~ accer~u¢e "~i~ ~e ~:izn D~a~nt G~,~al Ad- Record: As req~efl ~y EDG,~, gr~te~ m~t m~t~a at~ re~orgs r~Iatefl to ~t f~n~ FIN~ ~O~IA~ON: Aeea~t Iflenfifi~fiom 18-1~-1-501. Ob~fi~: fGrants) ~" 95 $5~9,C(~; ~{ 95 ~t not identifiable; and ~" 97 ~1 $3~,~@. ~ote: ~e ~" 9fi ~t will he dete~in~d upon enactment of ~e I~96 appropriation for thh program) ~e ~d A~a~ of F~el~ ~ee: One award for was made in 1995. PROG~I ACCOMP~SHM~S: Exampl~ are nol currently available. REGU~ONS, G~BEL~, AND LITE~TURE: No specific regulations have ~n developed. EDGAR will be used as appro- priate. INFO~TION CONTA~: Re~on~l or Local O~te: None. H~flq~a~e~ O~ee: Equity ~d Educafiond Excellence Division, O~ee of Elementary and Secondary Education, School Improve- ment Progr~s, ~ Maryl~d Ave., SW., W~hington, DC 20202. ~n~et: Beth Ba~ett. Telephone: (202) 2~-2502. RELA~D PROG~: None. E~S OF ~NDED PRO]E~S: ~is is a new program, no ~xamples are available. ~ITERIA FOR SE~NG PROPOSe: Criteria are not avail- able at this time, contact the headq~e~ office for details. 84.297 NA~E HAWA~N ~RRICULUM DE~LOPMENT~ ~ACHER ~A~ING AND RE~U~ENT ~DERAL AGENt: ASSISTA~ SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORI~ON: Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as ~ended, Title IX, Section 9209. OB~VES: To fund native Hawaiian programs designed to con- duct instruction in the Native Haw~i~ language for curriculum development or teacher tm~ing. TYPES OF A~ISTAN~: Project Gran~. US~ A~ US~ ~I~IONS: Projects should address one or more of the following: 1) To develop curricula to addre~ the needs of native Hawaiian studen~ in prog~s of ins~etion con- dueted in the native Hawaiian language and mathematics and sci- ence curricula incorporating the relevant applications of native Hawaiian eult~e and traditions; 2) to develop and implement pre- teacher training programs ~ order to emure that student t~ehers are ~tter prepared to meet the needs of native Haw~i~ students; and 3) to develop and implement inservice teacher training pro- grams to ~sure that t~ehe~ ~e better prepared to meel the unique educational needs of native Hawaiian students. No more than ~ven percent of grant funds may be ~ed for admin~trative pu~oses. ELIG~" REQUIEMS: A~e~t E~b~W: Native Haw~i~ education organimtions or eduea~on entifi~ with ex~enee in devdoping or operating native Haw~n proga~ or prog~ of im~ction conducted in the native Hawaiian l~guage. Benefie~y E~N~ili~'~ Elementary ~d ~ondary students will ben- efit. Cr~entl~,~en~fion: None. ,~PLICA~ON .~ AW~ PROEMS: under E.O 123~2, '~terg~ve~ Review ~f ~ederal gr~" An a~It~I ~h~Id c~ult the o~e ~r the ~ffi~ial d~- TI57691690
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Appli~n ~r~: An or~=~a m~ ~e cn fib ~i~ Awed ~edure: A~hcafions ~e a~Frav~ for aw~ by th~ ~{~t Secre~" for Element- ~d Se¢cnd~ Edu~tbn u~n the rec~mm~dafions of a ~el ~d pro~ stuff. D~n~: D~dtin~ ~I1 ~ ~no~d in ~e Feder~ Re~ster. R~ga of Approv~praval Time: Approximately 60 days. A~: None. RenewS: Renewals are h~ed on an ~n~l renew of the ante da~ and ~e availability ~f f~ds. ASSI~ CONSIDERATIONS: Foma~ ~d M*tc~g Requirement: None. ~n~ ~d T~a Ph~ing of ~ec: Aw~ are made for twelve mont~. POST AS~.~CE Re~: Annual pro~s and ~n~ci~ repo~ ~ required by EDGAR. A ~n~ 6n~ci~ and peffo~ce report is due ninety days after te~inafion of the grit. Au~: In accordance with the ~ucation Department General Ad- ministrative Regulations, Re~rds: As required by EDGAR, grantees must m~ntain appropri- ate records related ~o grit f~ds. FINANCIAL INFO~[ATION: Account Men~om Oblig,~o~: (Grams) FY 95 $~,~; FY 96 eat not ident~able; and FY g7 eat $730,~. (Note: ~e ~ 96 eat will be determined upon enactment of the 1996 appropfiafio, tbr this pro~.) Range ~d Avenge of Financl~ A~t~ce: One award for $~,~ w~ made in 1995. PROG~M ACCOMPLISHME~S: Ex~ples of accomplishments are not currently available. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, ~D LITE~RE: No specific regulations have been developed. EDGAR will be used as appro- priate. INFORMA~ON CO~A~S: Re~on~ or Lo~l Office: None. H~dqu~ers Office: Equity ~d Edueation~ Excellen~ Division, Office of Elemen~ry and Secondary Education, Sch~l Improve- ment Progr~s, 6~ Maryland Ave., SW., Washington, DC 20202. Contact: Beth BaggeU. Telephone: (202) 2~-2502. R~ATED PROGR~S: No~e. ~MPLES OF F~DED PROJE~: This ~ a new pro~am, no ex~ples are available. CR~ERIA FOR SELE~ING PROPOSe: Criteria have not been es~blished. 84.298 I~OVA~E EDUCA~ON PROG~M ST~TEGIES ~DERAL AGENt: ASSISTANT SEC~TARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPAR~ENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~TION: Elemen~ry ~d Secoada~ Edacation Act of 1965, Title VI, as ~ended. OBJECt: To ~sist S~te and lo~! education~ agencies to prove eleman~y and seeonda~, education. ~ OF ASSIgnEE: Fo~ula G~n~. USES ~ USE R~ONS: Fan~ ~y ~e ~ed for: (1) ~no- vative ~ee in the acquisi~on and ~ of i~t~efional ~te~- Ms; (2) teehaolo~, related to ~e impl~e~fion of ~hool bus re- fo~s; (3) pro~g eflu~tion refo~ project; (4) promoting higher order t~g ~ of di~dv~ged student; ~d (5) refo~ acfivi~ ~iated ~th g~s E~G~" ~QU~I~: P~e~o ~. and ~e Ins~ar ~ ~e eli~ble to apply. ~t~d~s ~ ~ch S~at~ ~i]I benefit Credentials:D o¢~ment.ttiom .%PPLICATION .~NI) AV,'ARD PROCESS: Pre~plic~fien Cooedinati_~m Tlds program i~ e~gible fc,r ~:erage under F-O. 123T2. "IrAergo:err_n'z:nt~fl Re~i~.~- cf Federal Fre- ed as the single l~int cf contact in his or her State for more matbn on the pro~-n~s the State requires to he foll~wed in ing for a~istance, if the State has selected the program for review. Apldi~mtlon Procedure: To participate a State must have on file with the Secretary of Education an application which complies with the statutoD' requirements and approval of the formula for distri- bution of funds to LEAs. Award Procedure: The Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Sec- ondary Education determines whether the application meets the requirements of the statute and approves the formula for distribu- tion of funds to LEAs. Grant awards are issued after July 1 of each year if requirements are met. SEAs will usually issue grant awards to LEAs for the school year beginning subsequent to the award to the State. Detdiines: Applications and the formula for distribution must be submitted sufficiently in advance of July 1 to permit review and approval. All application amendments or changes to the formula must be on file to reflect any changes. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: The range is approximately thirty days. APi~ls: See 34 CFR 80. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and ittching Requirements: The Secretary is authorized to reserve up to one percent of Title VI funds for the Insular areas. The balance is allotted to SEAs based on the State's percentage of the Nations's population age 5 to 17. The SEA is authorized to re- serve up to 15 percent of the funds, of which not more than 25 percent may be used for administrative expensive. The balance of the funds the State receives is distributed to the LEAs on the basis of the formula developed by the State and approved by the Secre- tary. Length ~nd Time Phasing of Assistance: Funds are available to both SEAs and LEAs for a 27 month period. Payment is by the Elec- tronic Transfer System. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIRF_aMENTS: Reports: Only those reports associated with the electronic transfer system will be required. Audits: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128 'Audits of State and Local Governments," State and local governments that receive $100,000 or more within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between $25,000 and $100,000 within a given year shall have an audit marie in accordance with Circular No. A-128 or in accordance with the Federal laws and regulations that govern that program. Records: SEAs and LEAs are required to keep such records as may be required for Federal audit and program evaluation. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Aecmmt Identifieatian: 91-1000-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $347,250,0e.~0; IcY 96 est not identifiable; and FY 97 est $0. (Note: Th~ F~' 96 est will be determined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program.) Range tad Average of F'mznclal A~l~tance: The range is $1,724,000 to $40,033,000; $6,631,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISI-I~fENTS: This program provide~ in- creased Iooal flexibility, a reduction in administrative burden, and a contribution to the improvmem and innovation ~f elementary and secondary programs. REGLrI~TIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITEI~ATI_rRE: The req~dre- m:nts cf the Eduction Depm'tment General Admln~strati~ e Reg~- latior~s apply to this program. Th~ Secret&ry is c~xrentIy develop- ing n2n-reg~dat~ry g~idan:e to assist program personnel i,~ the im- plememafioa a~d admir~sLrafi~n ~t" proje~ assisted und,r t~is Ti~e. 6-96 867 TI57691691
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I~TOI~MATI ON CONTACI~: O~ce ¢~ EI~~ ~d 5ec~n~W ~u~ D~e~ ~n, ~ Ind~u~ce A~ue~ SW., W~hin~c~, DC ~ ~uca~ionaI Pro~s Bran:h, T~cphone: (202) ~D PR~: Non~ ~L~ OF ~ PRO~: ~L~ i~ a new program, ex~pl~ ~e av~able. ~ FO~ S~G PROPOSA~t Not ~plicable. ~,2~ ~ EDUCA~ON--SFEC~L FR~IS (Demon~fion ~ Prof~ion~ Development Grants) ~DE~ AGEN~ ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY A~ SECO~ARY EDUCATION, DEFAR~ENT OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON~ Elemen~y ~d Secondly ~uca~on Act of 196~, Tide ~, Pa~ A, Subp~ 2, ~ ~ded. O~~) Di~cminadoa Grits: To improve cdu~tional oppor- t~ities for Indi~ children. To provide suppo~ for proj~ to de= velop, t~ ~d demonstrate the effectiveness of se~i~ ~d pr~ grams for improv~g edu~tional oppo~unifies and ac~evement for Indi~ c~Idrcn, Profcsslonal Development: To incrc~e the humor of qu~fied Indhn in~viduals in professio~ that se~'e Indian p~ople. To pro~de tr~ning to enable Indi~ individu~s b~come t~chers, admin~t~to~, teacher ~ds, social workc~, ~d ~cillary ~uc~fional pe~nnel; and to improve the stills of q~li- fled Indi~ indi~du~s ~at ~tve in cdu~tional capacifi~. ~P~ OF ~ANC~ ProJect US~ ~D USE ~~ONS/ Grants may be used to: (I) De= velop innovative progr~s related ~o the education~ needs of cdu~tionaIly deprived children; (2) provide remedial inst~ction in o~ or mote core subjects to r~se the ao~evement level of Indhn children; 0) implement b~Hngual ~d bicultural programs and project; (4) provide special heath and nutrition services. eluding special health, soci~ ~d psycholo~cal problems of Ind~ children; (~) develop special compcn~to~ progr~ to ~ist and encourage Indi~ children to enler) t~ain in, or reenter school, and incre~e ~c tale of secondly graduation; (6) provide compre- hensive guid~ce, counseling, and t~ting ~c~; (7) ~ly child- ho~ ~d ~ndcrg~len programs, includ~g fam~y-b~ed p~cschool progr~s; (8) develop p~ne~hips between sch~Is and insfitu= tions of h~gher education to lr~s~tion studen~ from high school to ~llegc; (9) develop pa~ners~p pro~s beaten schools and I~l busin~ to lr~sidon stud~ts in caree~, (I0) support tra~- ing for cducatlonal programs, sym~sia, workshops, and confer- ences; and (I I) provide direct financhl sup~, ~ucafion person= nel t~ning pursuit to this program may bc insc~vicc or prier- vice. Tr~ning in fields other ~han education is Hmited to a gradu- ale degr~. P~cipants that receive tr~nlng must ~rfo~ work that ~efi~ Ind~ ~ople or repay ~I or pm of ~he cost training. A~t ~ Di~mination gr~ts~ State ~nd lo~I educa- tional agcnci~, Ind)n ~ ]n~i~ otgmfio~) f~e~ly sup- ~ elm~ry ~d ~cond~ sch~l for Indi~ student, IndJ~ ~dtu~ ~clu~g ~dian ~stitufions of ~gher educa- tion, or a co~um of su~ insfitu~ons may apply. Ptof~sio~ dev~lopm~nt~ ~sfitufion of h~cr ~ucafion, ~clud~ an i~tit~fion) Stole or Io~ ~cafion~l ag~nci~, in co~ium with ~ J~t~tion of ~ghcr education, and Indian ~ or do~, m co~um wi~ ~ ~don ~f higher ~acat~n ap~ly. t~on~ se~c~ to In.an ~2~r~ '~~1 ~ f~d~ ~n'.~ the arFl~- ~ar~ cf L~ c~l~m ~d repr~u~ ha~e ~en m d~do~mg ~d im~l~en~ng ~ ~xfi~ cf ~e pI~d project. Pr~fion ~on: ~ pr~ is eE~l~ f~r coverage ~der ~O. 1~7~ '~tergo~emm~ Re.,ie~~ ef Federal Pr~ gr~s." An appH~t sh~ul~ c~s~It t~e o~ce or e~al d~ig~at- ed ~ ~e tingle ~t of con~ct in h~ or ~er S~ze for more i~for- marion ~n the proc~s the S~te reqa~ to ~ followed in apply- ing for ~s~ace, if the S~te h~ sel~ted the progr~ for revtew. AppOrtion ~ A~pli~om for gran~ are submitted ~naal- ly by eligible appli~ M accordan~ ~th t~e ~l~ and regula- tions governing Subp~ 2, Title ~, ~pro'~ng America Act. Fo~s are av~lable from ~e headqu~ers office~ Awed ~ed~e: Applica~ons ~e reviewed by panels of field read- e~ and agency personnel. Poin~ are awarded according to criteria set for~ in the gaidel~ outIMed for ~h pro~ F~ selem tions ~e made by the Seereta~ of ~ueafion. Gran~ are awarded directly to ~e g~t~ ~: Deadlin~ ~e ~tablished annu~ly. Notice of the closing date is published in the F~e~l Re~ter. A m~l~g list is main- mined at the h~dq~e~ o~ce. Application paeke~ are generally m~led ~ s~n as they ~e available to appllcants from the previ- ous year. If a packet is not re~iv~, the headquarters o~ce should be con~eted. R~nge ot Approwl~pprovfl Time: Approximately 180 days. Apes: None. RenewS: None. ASSISTANCE CON~IDE~TIONS: Fondu ~ ~t~g He~ulremen~: ~is prog~ h~ no statutory fo~ula or mateMng requ~ements. ~n~ md Time PEming of A~i~ee: Proj~ may be approved for a period not to exceed five years. Grants ~e awarded on a twelve month basis with aw~ds made aRer the initifl ye~ only if the grantee h~ made substantial progress in caring out the tivities set fo~h in the ofiginfl application. It is expected that ex- penditures will be made within a one year period. Payments are made mont~y on the basis of qua~efly requests submitted by the grantees. PO~ A~~ REQU~M~NTS: Re~: FinanciM and ~dorm~ee reports ~e due ~nually. Audi~: In ae~rd~e ~th the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, "Audi~ of State and LoeM Government," State ~d local governmen~ that receive financial assis~e of $1~,~ or more within ~e S~te's fiscfl y~r s~ll have an audit made for that y~. State ~d I~M govemmen~ that receive ~tween $25,~ and $1~,~ ~t~ the S~te's fiscal ye~ shall have ~ audit made in accordance ~th Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Fede~ laws and regulations governing the progr~s in which they p~eipate. Audi~ of Indian tribes, Indian inflitutions, Indian organizations, etc., shall also be done in accordance with 34 C~ 74.62. R~or~: Records mint ~ kept for five y~rs after the completion of the a~tivity ~at grit funds were ~N~L ~ORMA~ONz Account Idenfifi~fiom 91~101-0-1-~01. est $10,~,~. ~8e ~d Av~ of E~ ~e: For fis~l y~ 199~, ~e exited ~ge ~ $65,~ to PR~ ~CCO~~: ~ pro~ sup~s the Na- tional ~a~fion Go~s of r~n~ for ~hool, complet~g mhool, improvMg student achievement, ~d ~oming £~t in the ~rld in mience and ~e~ti~ ~a~afi~n. T~mg ~1 ~rovide n~ed ~i~ eda:ati~fl ~o~el thug se~'e I~di~ 7~, 77, 79, ~0, 81, $~ 85, ~d ~ apply. 6-96 TI57691692
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Rc~2m 4_~L~3, W~l=ington. DC ZOZOZ T~ephcne: fZ02) 2~1~. ~&MPL~ OF ~ PRO~S: Supplement, ~ such as I~g~ge pr~er¢afi~n, ~ly c~]dh~ pro~s, t~cher trMn- ing prongs, edu~ti~nal pcnonnel tr~g, dropout prevention, integrated ¢uIt~al cu~culum, =d acq~ition of b~c skills w~! bc fanded. C~ FOR SE~G PROPOSAl: Need, program desi~, sh~n~z of objective; evaluation d~i~; quality of key person- nel, ~d organi~tionM capacity wi]1 be considered. 84.300 ALASKA AND NATIVE HAWAHAN CULTURAL AND ARTS DEVELOPMENT FEDERAL AGENCY: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMEN- TARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Higher Education Act of 1986, Title XV, Part B, Public law 103-289, as amended, 2(} U.S.C 4441. OBJECTIVES: To provide support for native Hawaiian and Alaskan native cultures and arts development for the scholarly study of in- struction in and establishment of centers and programs. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICrlONS: Grants may be used to support projects that provide scholarly study and instruction in various programs for native Hawaiian or Alaskan native culture and arts development to provide scholarly study of, and instruction in, native Hawaiian or Alaskan native art and culture; establish pro- grams that culminate in the awarding of degrees in the various fields of native Hawaiian or Alaskan native art and culture; or es- tablish centers and programs with respcct to native Hawaiian or Alaskan native art and culture. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS-' Applicant Eligibility: (A) Any private, nonprofit organization, or in- stitution that primarily serves and represents native Hawaiians or Alaskan natives, and has bccn recognized by the Governor of the State of Hawaii or the Governor of the State of Alaska, as appro- priate, for the purpose of making organizations or institutions eligi- ble to receive grants. (B) With respect to native Hawaiian art and culture, an organization or institution receiving a grant is required to establish a governing board, the members of whom shall be native Hawaiians or individuals widely recognized in the field of native Hawaiian art and culture. It must include a representative of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs of the State of Hawaii. It must include the president of the University of Hawaii. The president of the Bishop Museum, serving for a 5 year fixed term must be in- cluded. (C) With respect to Alaskan native art and culture, an or- ganization or institution receiving a grant is required to establish a governing board, the members shall include Alaskan natives and individuals widely recognized in the field of Alaskan native art and culture, represent the Es'ldmo, Indian, and Aleut cultures of Alaska, and serve for a fixed term. Benefieitry Eligibility: Native Hawaiian and Alaskan native individ- uals will benefit. Credentials/D~cument~tion: Any organization or institution applying for a grant is required to be recognized by the Governor of the State as eligible to receive a grant. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Pretpplication Coordinttion: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the otIice or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in hi~ or her State for more infor- mation on the ~roccss the State requires to be follo~ed in al~ply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for re,Jew. Ai~l~licatlen Procedure: Applications for grants are submitted in spo.xs~ to an amu2un:ernent in the Federal Register requc~ing pro- p~sa~. Aprl~cat~:~s are to be subm!ttecl fin aceorda:~ze with Part A~d P~e: AFF!J~fi~ns ~c rc~.c~cd by F~cls cf fi~a ~ ~d agency ~d. Pc~r~ ~e awarded acccrd~ t~ ~t fc~ in ~e ~idelin~ ca~in~fl f~r ~ch Fro~. From ~o~ ~c m~c by th~ S~ret~, of ~ucation. Gr=~ ~e award:d directly to ~c ~m: D~ ~e ~mblish~ ~nuMly. Notice of ~s closing ~te is publ~hed in the FcderM Register. Information ~d flora ~c av~able from ~ h~dq~ers ~ge of A~rov~p~rov~ Trine: Approximately 180 days. A~: None. ReleW~: None. ~SIS~ CONS~E~ONS: ~omfll st ~tc~ng Req~emen~: ~is program has no statutory formula or match~g requirements. ~n# ~d T~e P~ng of ~imnee: Projec~ may be approved for a pcH~ not to exceed on~ yc~. Paymen~ arc made monthly on ~ bm~ of q~Rcrly requm~ submitted by the gr~te~. PO~ ~~ ~QU~NTS: Re~m: Fin~ciM ~d pe~o~ancc repo~s ~e due annuMly. Au~: In accord=co wi~ the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and ~ Governments," S~te and local gove~en~ tha receive finical assis~ce of $1~,~ or more wi~in the State's fiscal y~r shM1 have an audit made for that ye~. State ~d l~M govcmmen~ that receiv~ between $25,~ and $I~,~ wi~n the StMe's fiscal year shMl have an audit made in a~ord~ce wi~ Circular No. A-128, or in accordance wi~ Fcd~M laws and regulations governing the programs in which they pa~cipate. Audi~ of Indian tribes, Indian institutions, Indi~ org~i~tions, etc., shM1 also be done in accordance with 34 CFR 74.62. Record: Records must be kept for three y~s after ~e completion of the activity that ~ant funds were used. ~C~ ~FO~A~ON: Ae¢o~t Iden~fion: 91-0201-0-1 ObBoflom: (Grits) FY 95 $5~,~ FY 96 est not idemifiablc; and ~ 97 ~t $0. (Note: The FY 96 est will be dete~ined upon actment of the 1996 appropriation for this prepare.) ~ge ~d Avertge of FMneial A~is~ee: For fiscal year 1995, one awed at $fi~,~ w~ funded. PROG~ AC~MPLIS~: ~ progr~ suppers the de- velopment of native Haw~ or Al~ka nmive ¢ult~c and ms programs that provide for the scholarly study o~ and imtruction ~, native Haw~ or Almka native m ~d culture; the establish- ment of pro~s that c~minate in the awarding of degrees in the v~ous fiMds of native Haw~= or Al~ native m and culture; ~d ~e ~b~ent of m ~d culturM cente= and programs ~ r~pect to native Hawai~ns or Al~n natives. ~G~ONS, GU~, ~ LI~RA~: 34 CFR 74, 75, 7% 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, =d 86. ~FO~IA~ON. CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ O~ Not appli~ble. H~em O~: O~ce of Indian ~u~tion, Depmment of ~u~fion, ~ Indc~ndcn~ Avenue, SW., PoeMs B~Iding, R~m 43~, W~hington, DC 20202. Con~ct: Cathie L. Mmin, Dk~tor, Die,ion of Prog~ Sup~rt, Telephone: {202) 2~ 1683. ~D PR~ None. EX~S OF ~ED PRO~S: Cul~! ~fl a~ pr~rva- fion; fo~fl t~g ~ native ~waii~ ~r ~ka nahvc ~t =d cuI~e; development of mtiv~ HRwM~n or Al~k~ native a~ ~fl cul~ c~ ~ FOR S~G ~ROPOS.~: Ne~, ~rogmm ~n~ of o~v~, e~2n d~, Q~ity cf key ~, ~d organ~fio~ capa~" will ~ co~ider~. 869 TI57691693
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84.302 EISE~-IOWER REGIONAL MATHESL~,TICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION CONSORTIA (Regional Technology Consortla~ FEDEI~L AGENCY: ASSISTAN'T SECRET~KY FOR EDUCA- TIONAL RESEARCH AND IMPROVEMENT. DEPART- MENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended, Title III, Part C. OBJECTIVES: To help States, local educational agemcies, teachers, school library and media personnel, administrators, and ether edu- cation entities successfully integrate advanced technology into kin- dergarten through twelfth grade classrooms, library media centers, and other educational settings, including adult llteraey settings. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (Coopera- tive Agreements). USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds provide assistance to eligi- ble organizations to establish and operate regional consortia that promote the comprehensive integration of advanced technologies in education settings, through the conduct of technical ~ssistanee. professional development, information and resource dissemination, and collaboration activities. Each such consortium shall serve all States and Territories within a predetermined region. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Apldleant Eligibility: Recipients of funds under this program are re- gional entities or consortia. Each regional technology consortium shall be composed of State educational agencies, institutions of higher education, nonprofit organizations, or a combination there- of. For example, for the purposes of the program, a consortium may include: (a) An already defined regional consortia, the region- al educational laboratories, the comprehensive regional assistance centers, or a similar regional entity whether designated and funded by the Department of Education or by another agency; (b) a com- bination of two or more of these already defined regional entities; (o) a combination of one or more of these regional entities in addi- tion to any State educational agencies, institutions of higher educa- tion, or nonprofit organizations; or (d) State educational agencies, institutions of higher education, nonprofit organizations, or a com- bination thereof. Benefielnry Eligibility: States and local educational agencies, schools and school districts, teachers, school library and media personnel, administrators, and other education entities will benefit. Credentials/Doeumentafi0n: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preappli~tion Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovemmental Review of Federal Pro- grams". An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process the State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Apl01ication Procedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted in accordance with application notices published in the Federal Register. Award Procedure: After the completioo of a competitive review of applications by panels of staff and nonfederal reviewers, according to the selection criteria published in the Federal Register's applica- tion notice, the Searetary makes final award determinations. Coop- erative agreements are awarded for a project period of up to five years. Dea~lli~es: Contact the Headquarters Office listed below for further information about the regional teclmology consortia competitions. Fur fiscal year lg95, the application deadline is anticipated in mid to late spring. l~mge of Apl~rOV~l/DiS~pl~rOVM Time: Approximately 120 days fol- lowing the appIication d~:lline. Al~l~e~ls: None. Renewals: The Secretary will initially approve a c~operative agree- me.~t with a budget period of 12 months. The Secreta~, ~ll make continuation a~.~'ards for addhional 12 m~th period~ s~bject to the requirements cf 34 CFR 75.253~a~ lu determining vch~ther t~ con- 8/O ~e Secre~' will c~r~er ~he~ c~nt~r~oa is in ~e ~t ter~t of ~e Oo~ernm~ ~e tc~l proj~t pe~ed wi~l be up Fo~g m~ ~t~g Re.emend: ~h md Time P~g of .~is~ce: Following ~e initial, co~- ~etitivdy ~leeted awed for twelve months, four addit~oaal one- ye~ non~ompel~g continua~on aw~ds may ~e ~de, fCr a [olal maximum te~ of five years. POST AS~AN~ REQ~I~S: Repo~: Ann~ ~rogr~s and fin~i~ report~ ~ required by EDGAR, unle~ o~herwise required in the applicadvn nmice ~nd/ or the awed document. Au~: Audits are pe~odically conducted by Federal auditors. Record: As required by EDGAR and otherwi~ required by the application notice. ~NANCIAL ~FO~TION: Account Ideatifi~flon: 91-11~-0-1-503. Obli~tiom: (C~perativc agreement) FY 95 $15,~,~: FY 96 est not identifiable; ~d FY 97 est $15,~,~. (Note: ~e FY 96 est will be determln~ upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program.) R~ge ~d Avenge of Fin~ci~ Assist~ce: The anticipated range of awards is between $1.2~,~ to $2,1~,~ for each of the 10 gional consortia. PROGR~ ACCOMPLISHME~S: Ten Regional ~nso~ia were funded in 1995. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINe, AND LITERATURE: Education Depa~ment Gcner~ Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, and 86. ~FO~A~ON CO~A~S: Re,ohM or ~ Office: Not applicable. Headqua~e~ Office: Depa~ment of Education, Office of Educa- tional Research and ImprovemenL Office of Reform Assistance and Di~vmination, W~hington, DC 20208-5572. Contact: Cather- ine Mozer. Telephone: (202) 219-8070. Use the same number for ~S. RE~TED PROG~S: None. ~MPL~ OF ~ED PROJE~S: The Appalachian Education- al Labvratory (AEL) Conso~ium provided professional develop- ment on mathematics and science education standards, including a summer workshop for 2~ al~vntary school t~chers from fou~ States and workshops at local schools conducted by 35 teams of 10 trainers each. ~c Far W~t Conso~ium chose to work ciosdy with S~te Depa~ments of Education, particularly Utah, where the Consortium provid~ t~haleal amistance in the development and pilot t~ting of the U~h State ~ience Core Curriculum, adopted by the Ut~ S~te Board of Education in July of 1995. ~I~RIA FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: For det~led criteria, refer to tbe application notices published in the Federal Register. 84.303 LOCAL INNOVATION--CHALLENGE GRANTS FOR TEC~OLOGY IN EDUCATION ~DER~ AGENCY: ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EDUCA- TION RESEARCH, STATISTICS, AND IMPROVEME~'. DEPAKTME~ OF EDUCATION AU~O~TION: Elemen~, ~d S~ond~y Education Act of 1965, Title HI, S~tion 3136, m ~cnded, 20 U.S.C. 6846. OBJE~V~: ~e g~ ~der t~s progr~ suppo~ the dev~op- taunt, imervvnnection, implvmemafivn, improvement, and nancc of an eN~tive ed~vafiv~ t~hnclogy i~r~W~vt~re, in- ~l~g activiti~ to p~mvte ~d provide equipment, training fvr t~c~e~, svh~l libra" ~ media pe~vn~d, and technical p~ter~; 3) improved pr~f~sion~ deve~pmen~ for teazhe~: ~d 6-96 T157691694
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USES AND USE RE,5IRICTIONS: To be ~sed to !rrovide train~g for tmcher~ and ~'..her rmhted ~ticn~ ~ge~¢y ~L~) ~ilh a high ~cen~ge or humor of ch~- dren living ~eIow ~e g~ve~" l~e ~d may ~clude ether LEA's, S~te edacafioral agenci~% institutions of higher eduction, b~i- n~s. acade~hc content ex~, software dmi~e~ museum, bmfi~, or other enfifi~ ~y a~ply. Bemefic~ EU#bfli~: El~en~ry and seconda~ eduction stu- den~ and t~chers will benefit. Credenti~/~umenmfion: None. APPLICATION A~ AWeD PRO~S: Pr~pplicafion C~rd~afion: This progr~ ~ eligible for coverage under E.O. 1~372, "[ntergovemmen~] Review of Federal Pro- grams". An applier should cons~t the office or o~ci~ designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her S~te for more infor- mation on the proc~ the State requir~ to be followed in apply- ing for ~sistance, if the S~te h~ ~electcd the progr~ for review. Application Procedure: ~ntact the program o~ce for info~afion. Awed Proced~e: Information on the awed proves is avMlablc from the program office. Deanna: Deadlines will ~ included in the application package. R~ge of Approval/D~approval Time: The estimated time is 120 days. Appea~: Not applicable. Renew~s: Not applicable. ASSI~ANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Fomula and Match~g Req~emen~: None. Len# and T~e Ph~ing of ~is~ce: The m~imum ]en~h of time an awed may last is five years. This time is subject to the availability of f~ds. POST A~ISTANCE REQUIREME~: RepoOs: Reporting requirements will be ~cluded in &e grant award document. Aunts: None. Record: As required by EDGAR, grants are required to mMntMn appropriate records related to grant funds. ~NANC~L INFOR~ON: Account Identification: 18-11~-0-1-~03. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $9,5~,~; FY 96 est not identifiable; and FY 97 est $60.~,~. (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will ~ deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gr~.) Range ~d Average of Fi~ncial Amismce: A range h~ not b~n es- tablished. PROGR~ ACCOMPLISHMENTS: An estimated ~ appli~tions were received and an estimated 15 grits were made in fis~l year 1995. ~GULATIONS, GUIDELINe, AND LITE~: ]ntb~ation of regulations are included in the appli~tion package and are avail- able from the progr~ office. INFORMA~ON CO~A~: R~o~ or ~c~ Office: Not applicable. Headq~e~ Office: Interagency Technology Office, Depa~ment of ~ucation, ~ lnde~nden~ Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202-5~. Contact: Donald Fischer. Telephone: (202) 708-~1. ~A~D PR~S: Non~ E~IPL~ OF ~DED PROJE~: A pro~ect in Pen~ylv~a pro~des se~,ic~ to 23 sm~l rurM school distdc~ svrv~g students in PA, NY and NJ. ~ pa~nership u~ ~teravfive video - conferencing to offer high-level cl~. ~IA FOR S~G PROPOSe: Criteria ~ve not been ~tablished. 84.3~ ~E~A~ON~ EDUCA~ON ~NGE ~ AG~: ASSISTANT SEC~T~Y FOR EDUCA- TION ~SEARCH ~ATISTICS, AND DEP~TM~ OF EDU~ON AUtOmatON: Goals 2C~C: ~e Ame~ AcL Title Pub]iz ~w I0~7. OBJECTIVES: To ~p~r~ internz£.-r.al educa~:,n exchang~= bet~'een th~ United States and el~#~le co~N~ in ~cs, menh ed~ti:,n, and ecenow/cs. ~ OF .~.~N~ Project tT~ AND USE ~~ONS: Pro~cc~ fanned under th~ g~ must ~ for the pu~c of studying, eval~ng, ~d anM~- ing educatien~ sy~c~ in eligible countfi~, p~=ularly Great Brian, France, Ge~y, ~d ffapan. Independent nonpro~t cdu- catio~ org=~dons ~vc the au~oHty to subcontract with other organi~tions to ~y out ~e provisions. ELIG~ ~Q~~: A~li~t Eli~%fli%': Inde~ndent nonprofit educadonM organi~- tions that arc experienced in: (I) developing nalional implcmcnm- fion of cu~cul~ prog~s in civics and government eduction ~d economic education for studen~ from kindergarten ~rough twelfth grad~ in locM, intemcdiatc, schools ~d S~te educational agencies, in schools funded by the Bureau of Indi~ Affairs, and in private schools throughom the Nmion with the ~opcration and ~sist~ce of nation~ professional education~ organizations, col- leg~ and universities and private sector organi~tions; (2) school- based in-service trMning programs for teachers in grad~ ~dcr- ganen through grade 12 using ~holars from such relevant disci- plines as polificM science, politicM pMlosophy, history, law, ~d economic; 0) development of model cu~cul~ frameworks in civics ~d' government education and economic educmion; (4) ad- ministrmion of international seminars on th~ goMs ~d objectiv~ of civi~ and government education or economic eduction in con- stitutionM dcmocr~ics 0ncluding the sharing of curricular mated- ~s) for edu~tion~ l~ders, teacher trainers, scholars in related di~iplin~, ~d educmional ~licy makcrs; and (5) the evaluation of civics and government education or economic education pro- gr~s. Benefici~ ~#b~ity: Countric~ public ~d nonprofit agencies and organi~tions, national and professional education~ organizations, colleg~ and universities, private sector organizations, ~iicy makers, education leaders, university and sch~l-b~cd in-service t~ining programs for teachers of kindergarten through grade twelfth, Smtc education agencies, public and pdvme schools throughout ~e Nmion will benefit. Credenti~ocum~nmfion: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROC~S: Pr~pplicafion Coor~nafion: ~is program is eli#ble for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intcrgovc~ental Review of FcdcrM Pro- grins." An applicant should consult the office or the official des- ignated as the single point of contact in his or her Stme for more info~ation on the pro~ss the Smtc rcq&rcs to b~ followed in ap- plying for ~sistance, if the State has selected the pro~am for A~licafion Pr~edur~ ~nmct the H~dqumes Office listed below for appli~tion packages contMning the ~nouncement, applica- tio~ and ~urance Awed Pr~m~ Applications ~e reviewed and evM~ted by side experts ~d progr~ staff annuMly, in accordance ~th the D~cretiona~ Grit Program Review and Administrative Pr~e- dures. The Assis~t S~reta~ for ~u~donM Rese~ch ~d Im- provemem approv~ the selection of applicatio~ for negotiation. Dei$ins: D~dlin~ will be announced in ~e FederM Re#ster. ~ge of A~rov~pprovM Time: Approximmcly 120 days. Ap~: None. R~ewil$: None. ~~ CONSID~TIONS: Fomu~ ~$ Mating R~uiremen~: None. ~n~ ~d T~e P~in~ of ~ce: Awards ~e made for twelve mont~. Two competifiv~y s~leeted aw~ for a m~um t~m of one year ~y ~e Re~m: A~ pro~ and fin~cial rep~r~ ~ r~uired by E~A~ unlv~ c~,~ rvqaired in the awed doc~m~L A ~M finical and ~v~z~ repo~ is d~e ninety days after ter- mination of ~, gr~nL 6-96 871 TI57691695
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~:~is~mu~e Re~Lc~ ~n ~ A~n~ix to ~4 C~R ~0~ I~ ¢erdance ~th the rr~v~e:s ¢f OMB C:rc~ N¢.. A-128~, ef Sta:e and Lc¢~ G~vemm~r, kC" S~te ~d I~ lc~ goveramen~ that receive ~et~n 5~%CO3 and SI~O£O3 ~athin the Smte'~ t~eal ye~ ~hall have ~ a~t made in aeeerd- an¢~ ~th C~eular No. A-128, or in aeeord~ee wilh Federal laws ~d regulations governing ~e programs in w~eh lhey ~a~eipate. Record: As required by EDGAR. FIN~N~AL INFO~XL~ON: Account Identification: 18-05¢~1-501. Obli~fio~ (Gran~) ~ 95 $3,~3.~: ~ q6 es~ n~t identifiable; and ~" 97 ~t $3,~,~3. (Note: ~e ~' 96 ~t will be deter- mined upon e~mcnt of the 1996 approp~afion for ~h~s pro- gram.) R~ge and Average of Fin~eisl ~is~ee: The range i~ $1,3~,~ to $1,7~,~; PROG~M ACCOMPLISHN~S: ~amples arc not currently available. REG~A~ONS, GUIDELINe, AND LI~T~E: The regula- tions applicable to lhis program ~e in the ~ueafion Depa~ment Gener~ Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 74, 75. 77, 79. 80, 81. 82, 85. 86, and 97. INFO~A~ON CO~A~S: Re~on~ or ~ Office: Depa~ment of ~dueafion,National Re- search Institute on Student Achievement, Cur~eulum, and Assess- ment, O~ee of ~dueation~ Research and Improvement, 6~ Inde- pendence Avenue, SW.. Department of Education. Contact: Dr. Anne P. Sweet. W~hington, DC 20208-5573. Telephone: (202) 219-207~. Headqu~ers Office: National Research lnstilum on Student Achievement, Curricula, and Assessment, Office of ~dueafional Re,arch and Improvement, Depa~ment of ~dueafion, Washing- ton, DC 20208-5573. Telephone: (202) 219-2079. RELA~D PROG~[S: None. EXAMPLES OF ~NDED PROJE~: This is a new program, amples are not available. CRITERIA FOR SELE~ING PROPOSAl: ~c criteria for select- ing propo~ls under ~is program include how well lhe project meets th~ purposes of the authorizing statute, the extent of need for the projevL plan of operation, quality of key personnel, budget and cost~ffeefiveness, evaluation plan, and adequacy of r~ource~. 84.305 NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, CURRICULUM, ~ ASSESSMENT FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH AND IMPROV~M~, D~PAR~ OF ~DUCATION A~HOR~ON: ~duvational Research, Development, ~d Im- provement Act of 1994, Title IX, ~ction 931, Publi~ Law 227. OBJE~ES: To support the development and distribu~on of search b~ed info~afion to teavhe~, sch~ls, ~licymakers, and parenm engaged in cdu~fion reform. ~'P~ OF ASSigNS: Project Gran~; Projw~ Gran~ Project Gran~ (Fellowships). US~ AND U~ R~I~IONS: Gran~ w~l suppo~ b~iz and a~ plied r~earvh, pl~n~ng, tr~ing s~'eys, evaIuafions, and demon- strations in education. ELIG~" REQ~M~WS: A~Ii~t E~b~: I~mfi~ of higher eda:afi~n, ~ablie a~fl rate agenci~ ~d orgm~fions, imfirati~m~ ~d individuals or a cor~a ~ereof ~y edu~on ~fil Cr~enti~/~en~om N.: r'~ APPLICATION AND A~,.~RD PROCESS: Pr~ppli~fion C~dmafion: ~ ~rc~m is :xzla~:d from co~er- age an~er ~O. 1237Z Appli~fion Pr~e: S~d~d F~ 424. "Ap~h~on for Fe~er~ As~L~ce~" an a~pli~n maat ~e submitted hy ~ke d~dh~ s~ciEed in ~e Fed~ Re~- ter. C~nuzt tk~ pro~wam ~E~ions a~d d~dlin~. Awed Pr~ure= Applt~ti~ are reviewed by p~ls of field r~- ers. ~ntact th~ program office f~r afldifion~ info~ation on review pro~¢ss. Dea~ines: Contact the program o~ce for appli~tion d~dl~n~ ~fl information. Range of Approv~Dimpprov~ Time: The range of approvfl/d~p- proval time i~ approximately 120 to 1~ days following the appli- ~tion deadline. Appeals: N~ne. Renewfls: Renewals ~e b~ed on the review of annufl performer reporu and the recommendation of the project officer. All renew- als arc subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~ula and Matching Requirement: None. ~n~h and Time Ph~ing of A~i~ne~ Projeem gener~ly may be supported for I to 5 y~rs. Funds are granted on a 12 month b~is. All grantee obligations shall ~ liquidated within 90 days follow- ing the end of the award period. Payments ~y b~ made accord- ing to a predetermined schedule or by way of reimbursement. POST ASS~TANCE ~QUIREME~S: Repots: Annual financial and progr~s re~rts must bc submitted required by grant award te~s ~d conditions. Audi~: All expenditures by State and lovM gove~cnts will be au- dited by the grantee or at the grantee's direction ~th reasonable frequency, usually once a year but not l~s then on~ ~very two years. Other recipients must also have audits conducted at l~t once every two years. The Secretary of ~ducation, the ~sis~nt Secretary. OERI, and the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives shill have access for the pu~ose of audit and ex~inations, to ~1 applicable records and to any other pertinent book~ documents, papem, ~d record~ of the gramee. Record: Each grantee will keep intacL and acc~sible, records re- lating to the receipt and expenditure of Federal funds and the ex- penditures of the grantee's contribution to the cost of the project, if ~y. Records will normally be retained for three ye~s after the date of the submission of the final ex~nditure repot, or for gran~ tha~ are reviewed annually, three years after the date of the award. ~NAN~AL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-11 ~- 1-503. Obliotions: (Gmn~) FY 95 $13,7~,~; FY 96 est not identifiable; and ~ 97 est $9,~,~. (Note: The ~ 96 est will be deter- mined upon enacment of the 1996 appropriation for this proem.) ~ge and Average of Fin~ci~ PRO6R~I ACCO~IS~E~S: The Institute collaborat~ with other unive~itie~ and research org~izations and works wi~ public schools. REGO~ON'S, GUIDELI~, AND ~RE: For more in- formation contact the prog~ INFO~IA~ON CO~A~: Regio~ or ~ Office: None. Headq~e~ Office: Natio~ Institute on Student A~hievem~t, Curri:ulam. and ~ment, O~ce of ~ucatio~ R~eh Improvement, Depa~ment of ~ueation, 555 New Jersey Ave. NW.. W~hington, DC 20202. Cvn~zt; 3acq~a~ne J~ns. Tele- phone: (202) 219-2079. ~L~D PROG~MS: ~.2~, Ja~'i~ G~ted ~fi T~ent~ Staden~ ~amfion Gmt Pro~m; 84.215, Fund for the Lmprovem~t ~d~ti~n: ~4 306, Nafi~n~ Institgte cn ~ ~a~ti~n of At-~k S~a~er~ 3~4207, Nat~l Ir~ta~te ~n ~ly C~dhc~d De~eF- 872 6-96 ii i TI57691696
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Nat~or, al Institute cn P,~stsec¢:darb." Ed2cafi:r., Litrar:es, an2 L~elong ~L~ OF ~ PRO~: ~is is a ne~. ~ro~ ~pl~ ~e ~ ~R S~G PROPOS.~: Ccnmct th~ pro~ o~ far this infc~ation. 84.3~ NA~ON~ ~S~T~ ON EDUCA~ON OF AT-RISK S~E~S ~D~L AG~': OFFICE OF EDUCA~ON R~EARCH A~ IMPROVEME~, DEP~IE~ OF EDUCA~ON A~OR~&~ON~ ~ucational R~earch, DevelopmenL and Im- provement Act of 1994, Public ~w 103-227, Title IX, S~fion 9M. OB~: To provide national l~demhip and support to r~earch breed ~owledge ~d strategies t~t will promote excel- lence ~d equity ~ the education of children ~d youth that at-risk of education failurc. ~P~ OF AS$I~AN~: Project Grants; Project Gran~ (Fellow- ships); Project Gran~ (Contracts). US~ ~D USE ~~ONS~ Gr~ ~l support b~ic and ap- plied res~rch, planning, training surveys, evaluations, and demon- strations ~ the education of at-risk students. A~li~t ~i~bili~: Institutions of higher education, public ~d pri- vate agencies and organizations, institutions, ~d ~dividufls or a conso~ia thereof may apply. Benefiei~ E~bflily: Institutions and individuals that research and serve at-risk students ~o]l ~nefit. Cr~fi~/D~umea~tioa: None. APPLICA~ON ~ AW~ PRO~SS; Pr~pli~fion Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under E.O. 12372. A~li~tioa Procedure: Standard Fo~ 424, 'Application for Federal A~ist~ce," application na~ative, and required ce~ifications must ~ submitted by the deadline specified in the Federal Register. Conta~ the program office for additional info~ation on applica- tions and d~dlia~. Aw~ Proeefl~e: Applications are reviewed by panels of fidd ers. Con~ct the program office for additional info~ation on the review process. D~a~; ~nmct the program office for application dea~ines ~d information. ~ge of A~aval~i~proval Time; The range of approval/d~W prov~ time is approximately 120 to I~ days following the appli- ~tion d~dline. Ap~: None. Re~wfls: Renewals are b&~ed on the review of annual performance reports ~d the recommendation of the project officer. All renew- ~s ~e subject to the av~lability of funds. A~I~AN~ CONSIDERA~ONS: Fom~ ~d Mat~g Retirements None. ~n~ ~d ~me P~g of ~t~ee: Projects generally may be sup~rted for I to 5 y~m. Funds ~e ~ant~ on a 12 month b~. All ~tee obligations sh~I be liquidated within ~ days follow- ing the end of the award ~dod. Paymen~ may ~ made accord- ing to a predete~ed sch~u or by way of reimbursemenu Re~; Annual finand~ and progr~s re~r~ must b~ sub~tted t~r~ by g~t award te~s and conditions. A~: All ~penditures by S~te and l~l governmen~ will ~ au- dited by the g~tee or at the ~tee's dir~tion with r~o~ble fr~uency, usu~ly once a year but not l~s ~ once every two y~. O~er recip~en~ m~t ~ have audits c~nd~cted at l~t onze eve~ ~o y~. ~e ~re~" of Ed~acafi~n, the ~t Secret', OE~, ~d the Comp~oller Gene~ vf ~e Un~t~ S~t~, or ~y of their duly authodzed r~r~en~t~v~ shall acc~ for ~e ~u~o~ cf aud~ ~d e~tiens to ~I R~o~: ~:h gr~ut~ ~I1 k~ep in~ct, z~fl ac~l~ re~rds re- Iztmg to t~e r~ei~t ~d ~x~n~it~e of Fcdzr~ f~d~ ~d to ~e if ~y. R~rds will no~y h= re~iaed t~r ~ree y~ a~er the ~te ~f ~e su~m~sioa of the final ex~nditure re~, or for • at ~e reviewed ~nu~ly, for three y~rs ~ter the date of the awed. ~~ ~O~MA~ON: Accost Iden~fioa: 91-11~-1-503. Obli~fiong (Gran~) ~ 95 $7.~,~; ~ 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d ~" 97 ~t $9,~,~. (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) ~ge and Average of F~cial .~i~ee: $1~,~ to $5,~,~; PROGRAM ACCOMPLIS~E~: ~e ~stitute collabomt~ with other universities and res~ch org~imfions and wor~ with public schools. The institute conducts r~earch on such priority ~e~ as: f~ilies, communiti~, children's learning, education in inner citi~, ~d the eduction of lmguage minority stud~. REGULA~ONS, GUIDE~N~, A~ L~TU~: For more in- fo~afion con~ct the progrm office. INFO~iA~ON CO~A~: Re~onfl or ~i Office: None. H~dqu~ers Offic~ Natio~l Institute on the Education of At-~sk Students, Office of Education~ R~earch ~d Improvement, De- partment of Education, 555 New Jersey Ave. NW., W~hlngton, DC 20202. Con~¢t: ~udi~ Anderson. Telephone: (202) 219-2077. RE~TED pROGRAMS: 84.206, Javits Gifted and T~ented Studen~ Education Grant Progrm; 84.215, Fund for ~e Improvement of Education; 84.305, Nation~ Institute on Student Achievement, C~riculum, and Ass~ment; 84.307, National Institme on ~rly Childhood Devdopment and ~ucation; 84.308, Nafion~ Institute on F~ucational Govem~ce, Finance, Policymaking, and Ma~ge- menq 84.309, National Institule on Post~condary ~ucation, Li- brad~, and Lifelong Learning. EXAMPLES OF ~NDED PROJE~S: This is a new progrm, no examples are available. CR~RIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Contact the program office for this information. ~.307 NA~ONAL INSTIT~ ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPME~ ~D EDUCA~ON ~DE~L AG~: OFFICE OF EDUCATION ~SEARCH A~ IMPROVEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHOR~TION: ~ucationM Res~rch, Development, and Im- provement Act of 1994, Title IX, Section 931, ~blic ~w 103- 227. OB~: To suppo~ research a~ut how en~ronmenml ~d so- cietal ~fluences, such as ~verty and acce~ to pr¢- ~d ~stnatal h~th care and q~ity pr~chools, affect young c~ldren, and re- s~rch on ~dy childho~ development and education. ~P~ OF ASSISTANt: Project Gran~; Project Grits (Fellow- ships); Project G~ts (~ntracts). US~ .~ U~ ~S~I~ONS: Grants will sup~rt bmic ~d ap- plied r~earch, plug, ~n~g surveys, evM~tions, ~d demon- strations in education. ELIG~ REQ~IE~: Applier ~i~bili~: Institutions of higher education, publi= and vate agencies ~d org~fio~, ~sti~ut[ons, and individ~ls or a ee~9~ ~er~f may apply. Benefifi~ E~ility: Insfitu~ons ~d indiviflu~ ~v~Iv~ in early ch~dh~M eduction will C~denfl~menmfi~ None. APP~CA~ON ~ AW~ PRO~S: ~U~fion ~ord~fian: ~ gr~m is excluded from ag~ und~ E.O. 12372. 6-96 873 Tl57691697
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Application Proeedare: Staz~lard F,.-~ 424, "AVTLt~t;en f,=,r Fe-~er:d m'~t ~ submitted b~ the d~dlme sl:emfi~d in the FederA Regis- ter. Contact program cf~ee for additional informatmn on appliea- tiev_s and deadline. Award Procedare: AppI.~;at:ons are revie,aed by par.els of t]e/d re~d- ors. Ca~ntact program office for additional information cn the review process. Deadlines: Contact the program office for application deadlines and information. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: The range of approval/disap- proval time is approximately 120 to 160 days following the appli- cation deadline. Appeals: None. Renewals: Renewals are based on the review of annual performance reports dud the recommendation of the project officer. All renew- als are subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: None. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Projects generally may be supported for I to 5 years: funds are granted on a 12 month basis. All grantee obligations shall be liquidated within 90 days follow- ing the end of the award period. Payments may be made accord- ing to a predetermined schedule or by way of reimbursement POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Annual financial and progress reports must be submitted as required by grant award terms and conditions. Audits: All expenditures by State and local governments will be art- dited by the grantee or at the grantee's direction with reasonable frequency, usually once a year but not less than once every two years. Other recipients must also have audits conducted at least once every two years. The Secretary of Education, the Assistant Secretary, OER1, and the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives shall have access for the purpose of audit and examinations, to all applicable records and to any other pertinent books, documents, papers, and records of the grantee. Records: Each grantee will keep intact, and accessible, records re- lating to the receipt and expenditure of Federal funds, and to the expenditure of the grantee's contribution to the cost of the project, if any. Records will normally be retained for three years after the date of the submission of the final expenditure report, or for grants that are reviewed annually, for three years after the date of the award. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identification: 91-I 100-0- ! -503. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $1,500,000; FY 96 est not identifiable; and FY 97 est $2.750,000. (Note: The FY 96 est will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) Range and Average of Financial Assistance: $1,000,000 to $3,000,000; $250,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: The institute collaborates with other universities and research organizations while working with public schools. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: For more in- formation contact the program office. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: None. He~dqnarter~ Office: National Institute on Early Childhood Devel- opment and Education, Office of Educational Research and Im- provement, Department of Education, 555 New Jersey Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20202. Contact: Naomi Karp. Telephone: (202) 219-1496. RELATED PROGRAMS: ~4.206, Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Grant Program; 8,1-.215, Fund for the Improvement of Education; 84.3C~, National Institute on the Education of At-RLsR Students; 84.30L Nataonat Institute on E.dueational Goverr~nce, Finance. Poffc)making, and Management; 84.309, National Insti- tute t~n Post_~c,z, mdary Education, Libraries, and LLf'el~g Learn- 874 6-96 ~,L~-MPLES OF FL~'DED FRO~EUI'S: Th~s is a r_e~ Frc~ra.'a. examples are a~a~zble CRITERL~, FOR SELECI~G PROPOS.~I.~: C~,n~ct the progr"~.~ o~e fer this inf0rmati~n.. 84.308 NATIONAL LNSTITUTE ON EDUCATIONAL GOVERNANCE, FINANCE, POLICYMAKING, AND MANAGEMENT FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH AND IMPROVEIvtENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Educational Research, Development, and Im- provement Act of 1994, Title IX, Section 931, Public Law 103- 227. OBJECTIVES; To develop and disseminate information that will help guide the design, implement the policy, and the management deci- sions that support high levels of learning by all students. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (Fellow- ships); Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Grants will support basic and ap- plied research, planning, training surveys, evaluations, and demon- strations in education. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Institutions of higher education, public and pri- vate agencies and organizations, institutions, and individuals or a consortia thereof may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Institutions and individuals involved in edu- cation will benefit. Credentials/Doeumentatian: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplication Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Standard Form 424, 'Application for Federal Assistance," an application narrative, and required certifications must be submitted by the deadline specified in the Federal Regis- ter. Contact program office for additional information on applica- tions and deadlines. Award Procedure: Applications are reviewed by panels of field read- ers. Contact program office for additional information on the review process. Deadlines: Contact the program office for application deadlines and information. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: The range of approval/disap- proval time is approximately 120 to 160 days following the appli- cation deadline. Appeals: None. Renewals: Renewals are based on the review of annual performance reports and the recommendation of the project officer. All renew- als are subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: None. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Projects generally may be supported for l to 5 years; funds are granted on a 12 month basis. All grantee obligations shall be liquidated within 90 days follow- ing the end of the award period. Payments may be made accord- ing to a predetermined schedule or by way of reimbur~ment. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reperts: Annual financial and progress reports must be submitted as required by grant award terms and conditions. Audit~: All expenditures by State and local governments will be au- dited by the grantee or at the grantee's direction with reasonable frequency, usually once a year but not less than once every two years. The Secretary of Education, the Assistant Secretary, OERI, and the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives shall have access, for the purpose of audit a~d examinations, to all applicable records and to any other pertinent bo~ks, documents, papers, and records of the grantee. Records: Each grantee ~iIl keep intact, and acces.~ble, records re- lating to the receipt and ~pe~ditare of Federal f-rids, and t~ the expen:lit~re of tI~e grantee's contribution to the cost of the project, II _ _k_~l_ . . Ill - TI5769~
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ff ~a~y. Re¢ord~ ~~l n_~rmaI~y ~e retained f~r ~¢~ )~ ~t~r t~t ~e re~e~-~ a~y, f~ three ~ ~t~ ~ ~te a~ard. ~N.~N~L ~O~ON: Ae~unt I~fi~ 91-II~I-503. ~,d ~" 97 ~t $~8~,~. ~ote: ~e ~" 9fi ~t ~1 ~ deter- m~ed upon enactment of tee 1996 appropriation for ~ gr~.) PROGR~I ACCO~LI~: ~e Nation~ lnstitum on ~u- cation Govem~c~ Finite, Pdic~ng ~d M~g~ent laborates with o~er unive~iti~ ~d r~reh org~fions wh~e working wi~ pubic zeh~ls. REGU~TIONS, G~DE~, ~ L~~: For more in- fo~ation, con~et the program o~ee. I~O~A~ON CO~A~: Re~o~ or ~e~ O~ee: None. Headqu~e~ O~ee: Nafion~ Institute on ~ueafional Governance, Finance, PolieymaMng ~d M~agement, O~ee for ~u~tio~ Rese~ch ~d lmprovemen~ Deponent of Education, 555 New Jersey Ave., NW., W~gton, DC 20202. ~ntaet: ~w~d Fuentes. Tdephone: (202) 219-2032. RELA~D PROGR~tS: 84.206, Javi~ Gibed ~d T~ant~ S~dents ~u~tian Grant Progr~; 84.215, Fund for the Improvement Education: 84.306, Nation~ Imfitute on the ~ueafion of At-Risk Students; 84.307, Nation~ Imfitute on ~ly Ch~dh~d Develop- ment and ~ueation; 84309, National Institute on Postseeond~y Education, Librafi~, and Lifelong L~g. EXhaLES OF ~D~ PRO~E~: This is a new pro~am, no exmples are available. CRI~R~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: Con~et ~e pro~am office for this ~fo~ation. 84.309 NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, LIBRARIES, AND LIFELONG LEARNING FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF EDUCATION RESEARCH AND IMPROVEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Educational Research, Development, and Im- provement Act of 1994, Tire IX, Section 931, Public Law 103- 227. OBJECTIVES: To advance the education and training of adults in a variety of contexts. To provide knowledge and skills necessary to compete in a global economy and exercise the rights and responsi- bilities of citizenship. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (Fellow- ships); Project Grants (Cantraets). USES AND USE RESTRIOFIONS: Grants will support basic and ap- plied research, planning, training surveys, evaluations, and demon- strations in edueafion. ELIGIBILITY REQUIRE~,~2NTS: Applicant Eligibility: Institutions of higher education, public and pri- vate agencies and organizations, institutions, and individuals or a consortia thereof may apply. Beneficiary Eli~ibitity: Institutions and individuals involved in edu- cation will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preappltcatlon ~rdlaatlon: This program is excluded from cover- age under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Standard Form 424, "Application for Federal Assistance," an appIieation narrative, and required certifications m~st be su~:mitted by' the deadline specified in the Federal Regis- ter. Award Procedure: Applications are reviewed by panels of field remt- ers. Contact the ~.rogram office fer add/tier.al i-nformati~:n on the re~e~ Frccess. D~tliaere Contact the lrrc~xam cf~ce f.~r a~li~:n d~ ~ of Approv~pp~ ~ ~ ~ge of approv~/d~ ~rov~ ~e L~ a~pro~teI~ 120 to I~* days f~II~'~i~g ~e a~- ~fion d~I:n~ A~: R~w~ Reneges ~e b~ed on ~e review of r~ ~a the reco~endafioa of ~e ~ro~ct o~cer. All renew- ~s ~e subject to ~e av~Iability of fand~ ~~ CON~ONS: Fo~a ~d ~ht~g Request: ~n~h ~d T~e Ph~g of ~aee: Pro~c~ geaer~ly may be sapD~ for 1 to 5 y~s. Fun~ ~e ~ted on a 12 mon~ b~. ~ ~tee obligatio~ sh~l be liquidated within ~ da~ follow- ing the end ~f the awed period. Payments may ~e made accord- ing to a predete~ned seh~ule or re~bursem~t. PO~ ASSIST~ REQU~~: Re~: A~ fmanciM and pro~s reBo~ m~t be sub~tted as req~ed by grit awed terns ~d conditions. A~: All ~enditur~ by S~te ~d local gove~en~ will be au- dited by ~e gr~tee or at the grantee's direction with re~onable frequency, us~ly once a year but not l~s th~ on~ every two y~rs. Other re~pienm m~t also have audi~ conducted at le~t once every two ye~s. ~e ~cre~y of Education, the Assismt SecreCy, OERI, ~d ~e Comptroller Gen~ of the United States, or any of their d~y authorized repr~en~tiv~ sh~l have aces, for the pu~ose of audit ~d ex~ations, to ~1 appli~ble records and to ~y o~er pe~inent ~ks, doemen~, pape~ and records of ~e g~tee. Record: ~eh grantee will keep intae~ ~d aec~ibl~ records re- lat~g to ~e receipt ~d expenditure of Federal f~ds, ~d to the expendi~e of the ~tee's contribution to ~e cost of the project, if ~y. R~ords will nosy be reta~ed for three years ~ter the date of ~e s~mission of the final expenditure re~, or for gran~ that ~e reviewed ~nually, for three ye~s ~ter the ~te of the award. ~N~L I~O~A~ON: Accost Idenfifieafian: 91-11~-~1-503. ObU~flo~: (Gr~) FY 95 $5,~,~; ~ 96 est not idenffiable; ~d FY 97 $5,~,~. (Note: ~e FY 96 est w~ be determ~ed upon e~e~ent of the 1996 appropfafion for this progr~.) ~ge ~d Av~age of F~cial ~s~nce: $1,~,~ to $3,~,~; $250,~. PROGR~ ACCOMPLISHME~S: ~e Institute collaborates with other universities ~d r~eh org~i~tio~ ~d works with public seh~ls. ~G~A~ONS, GU~EL~, AND L~T~: For more in- fomafion eon~et ~e prog~ o~ce. INFO~ON CO~A~: Re~ea~ or ~ O~ce: None. H~dq~e~ O~ce: Nafion~ Institute on Pos~on~ry ~aea- tion, Libra,, ~d Lifelong Lea~g, O~ee of ~ueation~ Re- search ~d Improvement, ~pa~ment of ~ueafion, 555 New Jer~y Ave., ~., W~hington, ~ 20202. Con~et: Delor~ Monroe. Telephone: (202) 219-2229. RELA~ PROG~: ~.2~6, Javi~ Gifted ~d T~ented S~dan~ ~aeafion Graat Program: 84.215, Fund for the Improvement of ~ueafion; ~.3~, NafioaM ~sfimte on ~e ~u~fion of At-~k Stud~; 84.~07, Nation~ ~tute on ~ly ~ Develop. m~t and E~S OF ~ED PRO~S: ~is is a new prog~, no e~pt~ ~e av~le. ~ FOR S~G PROPO&~: Contact ~e pro~ o~ce for ~ info~tion. 84.310 GOALS 2000: PARENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SEC- ONDARY EDUCATION, DEPA.RTMENT OF EDUCATION 6-96 875 TI576916£'9
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AI.rl'HORIZATION: G_~I.~ 2003: Ednzat_~ Amen~.,~ A,'L T~tle IV, Public Law I03-227. OB~ECq'IVF_N: To provide grants to nonprofit organizatizr.s anti l~rofit organizaricr.s in consortia ~ith Iocal education agonies tLF-A.s) to assist them in estal:lisl'Jng l:arentaI informat2o~ ar~:l re- source centers. TI~,e.se centers would: {1) Increase parents edge of and confidence in child-rearing activities such as teaching and nurturing their young chilclren; (2) strengthen partnerships be- tween parents and professionals in meeting the educational needs of children aged birth through five and the working relationships between home and school; and (3) enhance the developmental progress of the children assisted under this program. TYPES OF ASSIb-q'ANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICI'IONS: Each grantee receiving funds under this program must use at least 50 percent of the funds pro- vided to serve areas with high concentrations of Iow4ncome fami- lies in order to ~rve parents that are severely educationally or economically disadvantaged. Other requirements include the estab- lishment of a special advisory committee and design requirements. For funding in subsequent years, grantees must demonstrate that a portion of the services provided under this project is supported through nonfederal contributions. ELIGIBILITIr REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations and nonprofit organi- zations in consortia with LEAs may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: Elementary and secondary school children and their parents will benefit. Credentitls/Documentatiun: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplieation Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, qntergovernmcntal Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consult the office or official designat- ed as the single point of contact in his or her State for more infor- mation on the process thc State requires to be followed in apply- ing for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Applitmtion Procedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the notice published in the Federal Register, contact the program office for more information. Award Procedure: Applications are reviewed by panels of field read- ers. Points are awarded according to the selection criteria for dis- cretionary grants contained in the Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR). Applications are ranked based on the number of points awarded and arc selected for fund- ing based on their rank order and geographic location in order to satisfy statutory provisions. Grants are distributed, to the greatest extent possible, to all geographic regions of the country. Detdlines: Contact the program office for application deadlines and information. Ringe of Approvul/Dis~pprnval Time: The range of approval/disap- proval time is approximately 60 through 90 days following the ap- plication deadline. Appetls: None. Renewals: Renewals are based on the review of annual performance reports and the recommendation of the project officer. All renew- als are subject to the availability of funds. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula mtd 1VI~tehhtg Requirements: Grantees are required to con- tribute, from nonfederal sources, a portion of the services provid- ed under the project after the first year. I.~ngth trod Time Plms~g uf A.~tist~mee: Projects generally may be supported for I to 4 years. Funds arc granted on a 12 month basis. POST A~SISTANCE REQUIREMEN'I~: Reimrts: Annual financial and progress reports must be submitted as required by grant award terms and conditions. Autits: In accordance Mth the Education Department General Ad- ministration Regulations (EDGAR), 34 CFR 74, nonprofit organi- zations a~e subject to the audit requirements in OMB Circular No. A-133, "Audits of Institutions of Higher Edtication and O~er Nonprofit Institutions.'* Records: As required by tl~,e Education Department Get.oral min~strati~e Regulatier2. 876 6-96 F1NANCI.~L I~TORMATIO~: Act~mtt l~a~m~om 91~5~,<~I-501. ar.d ~" 97 ~t $15,~,~t tN~e: ~ ~" 95 ~t will be d:ter- ~am.) PR~! ACCO~~S: ~x~pl~ ~f accomplishments ~e not available. ~G~ONS, G~E~, ~D LIT~A~RE: Eduction Depa~ent Gener~ Ad~n~rative Regulations ~DGAR). For more info~atioa con~ct the pro~am o~ce. H~fl~u~e~ O~ee: GoMs 2~, Office of Elementary and Second- aw ~u~tion, Depa~ent of ~ucation, 1250 Mawland Ave., SW., W~hingmn, DC 20202. ~n~ct: Pa~icia Gore. Telephone: ~LA~D PN~IS: 84.312, GoMs 2~: Urban/Rural Local Refo~ ~timive. EXAMPL~ OF ~DED PROffEr: ~is is a new program, no exmples are avMlable. CNITE~A FOr SELE~ING PROPOSAl: The selection criteria confined in ~e Education Depa~ment Gene~l Administrmive Reg~ations are used m evMuate ~is program. For more informa- tion con~et the program o~ce. 84.311 GO~S 20~: TRIBAL DIVISIONS OF EDUCATION SCHOOL REFORM PROGRAM ~DE~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ELEME~ARY AND SEC- O~ARY EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~ON~ON: GoMs 2~: Educate America Act, Title lII, Section 314(a)(4), Public ~w 103-227. OB~S: To ~ist tribal divisions in coord~ating educational school refo~ plans that were developed by the Bureau of lndian Affairs (B~) for local public schools. ~P~ OF A~I~CE: Project Gran~. USES ~D USE R~NI~IONS: Grantees will be given m~imum fl~ibility to implement a program that fits the unique ch~acteris- tics of the children in ~e tribe. Tribal divNions w~l be ~sisted in building s~onger edu~tional links between public and BIA- funded sch~ls. ~e funds may be used for coordination efforts such as: (1) Inere~ing tribal p~tieipation in the development and implementation of school improvement plans; (2) ~sisting in the development of sm~ that ~e culturMly sensitive; (3) conduct- ing prof~ional development procures for local teachers; (4) im- prov~g consistency ~d compatibility of curriculum betw~n public and BIA-funded ~h~l; ~d (5) creating mechanisms to in- crease occultation ~tween ~ants and the schools that their children attend. E~GIBIL~ Ap~Be~t EB#b~ Federally reco~ed tribes who~ students intend BIA-funded or public seh~Is ma~ apply. Bene~ei~ ~#bOi~: Element~y and secondly school studen~ that a~end BIA-~O~ or public schools will benefit. CrMe~m~m~o=: None. P~et~ ~r~flon: ~is pro~am is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Int~govemmen~! Review of Federal Pro- ~." An appB~t should consult the o~ee of oNciM d~ignat- ed ~ ~ sNgle ~int of conta¢t in h~ or h,r State for more ~for- marion on ~e pr~ th~ State requ~ to ~ fol~owed in apply- ing for ~s~ee, ff ~e S~te ~ ~l~ted ~e progrm for review. AppB~fion ~ Ap#i~fiom m'~t in aeco~nce g~ the notice ~ublished in the Fed~l Re#ster. ~n~et the progr~ e~ce for more Awed ~m: Ap#i~ ~e revi*wed hy p~els ef ffela r~d- e~ Po~N are award~ azcerding to the selection criteria fc~r dis- T157691700
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ticn d~l~ A~ None. R~w~: Renew~s ~e b~ed on ~e re~w of mnu~ repo~ and th~ r~ommen~o~ of ~e proj~t o~cen All re- newts ~e subject to the availability of funds. ASSI~ CONS~ONS: Fo~lm ~8 M~lchlsg R~e~n~: None. ~n~h ~ T~e Ph~g of ~¢~: Projec~ gea~r~ly may supported for I to 4 ye~s. Funds ~e granted on a 12 mon~ Re~: Ann~l ~m~eial ~d pro~ repots m~t be submitted required by th~ gran[ awed te~s ~d conditions. Au~: In accord~ee with ~e te~s of the grant awed agreement. Record: As requir~ by ~u~fion Dep~ent General Adm~ lrafive Reg~ations ~DGAR). F~~ ~O~IA~ON: Account Iden~es~oa: 91~5~1-501. Oh~ons: (Gr~) ~ 95 $2,199,558; ~ 96 ~t $2,075,~ ~d ~ 97 ~ $2,95~,382. $62,5~. PROGR~I ACCOMP~HME~: E~ampl~ of accompl]shmen~ are not cu~enfly available. ~ULA~ONS, GU~E~, AND ~~: ~u~tion Depa~ment General Administrative Regulations ~DGAR). For more info~adon con~ct the program o~ce. INFO~TION CO~A~: Re~o~ or ~ Grace: None. H~dqu~ters Of~ee: Goals 2~, Grace of Elementary and Second- ary Education, Depamment of ~ucation, 1250 Maryl~d Ave., SW., W~hing/on, DC 20202. Contact: Cindy Cisneros. phone: (202) ~l-~39. RELA~D PROGR~S; 84.310, Oo~s 2~: P~ental Ass]st~ce Program. EXAMPI~ OF F~DED PRO~S: ~]s ]s a new pro~, no ex~pl~ are available. CR~A FOR SELE~ING PROPOSe: The selection c~tefia confined in the ~ucation Dep~ment General Ad~strative Regulatiom (EDGAR) are used to evaluate t~s progr~. For more ~nforma~]on conlact [he progr~ o~ce. 84.312 GOA~ 20~: URBAN/RURAL LOCAL REFO~ INITIATIVE ~BE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ELEME~ARY AND ONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION A~HO~ON: Go~s 2~: ~u~te America Act, Title III, Seotion 31~), ~blic Law 103-227. OBJE~V~: To ~sist l~! education agenei~ (LE~) in ~e veiopment ~d implemen~on of comprehensive 1~ improve- ment pl~s directed at enabl~g all chil~en, ~c~iy tho~ ch]l- ~¢~ ~at ~e ~onom~ly d~advan~ged or have limit~ ~ngl]sh proficiency, to reach ch~l~g a~dem]c s~ds. ~P~ OF ~SI~: Proj~c[ US~ ~D USE ~IONS: ~r~t~ m~t ~ the ~ds to ~]sl in ~e development ~d/or implemen~fion of comprehe~ve l~ ~provement pI~s. ~ plus m~ meet ihe reqa]remen~ included in S~tion 3~ (a) ef the Goals 2~ ~ucate Act Contact lhe pro~ off~e for more ELIG~I~ ~ con~ntrahv~ cf ~t~den~ ~t ~e ~oncmi~ly di~v~- ~ged or ~ limit~d Engl~h prvfi~zy may ~cond~ ~h~l ch£dren ~-fll Credc~l~!Ik~-~t~tiom All LE.~ a~Iilrg for • gnmt m~t dem~nstr~I~ ~aI Lhc)~ ha~c l~ge n~ ar ~gh of ~tuden~ ~t ~e ~ono~ll) ~d~g~ or ~ho P~e I~- it~ ~ghsh profi~:),. ~ ~t pl~ to ~ ~e ~ut fcr plem~on m~t ~how ~at ~e I~ k~ro~t pl~, to tm~[em~d. ~t~a~ ~ro~ requirement. ~n~ct ~e ~ra~am ~PLICA~ON ~ AW~ ~flo~ ~~ ~s pro~ i~ el]~]e for cov~ag~ under ~.O. 12~2 *Int~rgovemmen~ R~vi~w of F~e~ Pro- ~." ~ ~ppHc~t shoed co~ult ~e o~ce or o~c~d d~i~t- ed ~ the s~ point of con~ct ~ ~ or her S~te for more ma~on on th~ pr~ ~e S~te r~ to ~ followed ~ apply- ~ng for ~s~ce, if the S~te ~ selected the pro~ for review. A~o~ Pr~e: Applications m~t be prepped ~d submitted in accord~ wi~ ~ noti~ published ~ the Feder~ Reg~ter. Awed Proe~e: Appli~ons are reviewed by p~els of field r~d- ers. Po~n~ ~e aw~ded ac~rdi~g to the sel~fion ~t~a for dis- crefion~y grits con~ned ~ the ~ucafion Dep~t General Ad~tiv¢ RegMafions ~; ~n~t the pro~am o~ce fo~ app~cation d~dlin~ ~fo~afion. R~e of A~rov~i~rov~ Time; ~e ~nge of approva]/disa~ proval ~e is approx~ately ~ to ~ days follo~g the appli~- ~on d~dl~e. A~: Non~. RenewS; Renew~s ~e b~ed on ~e review of ~ peffo~ance repo~ ~d the recommendation of the proj~t o~c~. All renew- ~s ~ subj~t to th~ ave[ability of f~ds. ~SIST~ CONS~ONS; Fe~ul~ ~ M~te~g R~me~; None. ~a~ ~ T~e Ph~ of ~ Projec~ generally may suppled for l to 4 ye~s. Funds are grated on a 12 month b~s. POST A~ISTAN~ ~Q~E~S: Re~: ~nu~ fin~cial ~d progr~ reins must be submitted requ~ed by grant award te~ and conditions. Audi~: In accord~ with the Education Dep~ment Gene~ Ad- minis~afion Regulations (EDGAR) in 34 CFR 80. State ~d lo~l gover~ents that receive fin~cial ~sismnce of $1~,~ or more wi~ the State's fisc~ y~r shall have an audit made for that y~. State and 1~ gove~ments that have bctw~ $25,~ and $1~,~ wit~ the State's fscal ye~ shall have ~ audit made in ac~r~ce ~4th ~e Ap~dix to EDGe, P~ 80. R~or~: As required by the Eduction Depa~ment Gener~ Ad- ministrative Regulations ~DGAR). ~AN~ ~O~ON: Accost Men~fioa: 91-05~ 1-501. ObH~flo~: (Gmn~) ~ 95 $0; ~ 96 est not iden~able; and FY 97 ~t not id~tifiable. ~ge ~ Averse of FM~ ~M~c~ $25,~ to PROG~ ACCON~~: Ex~ples of accompl~en~ ~e not ~urrently av~able. ~GU~ONS, GU~E~, A~ ~E~RE: Dep~ent Gener~ A~tra6ve Regulafio~ ~DGAR). For more info~afion, con~t ~e progr~ office. ~~ON CO~A~S: R~onM or ~ ~: None. H~a~en O~ Go~ 2~, Office of Elem~ ~d Second- ~ ~u~fion, Dep~ent of ~ucafion, 1250 M~yl~d Ave., SW., W~n~on, DC 20202. Conm~t: Jae~e Jac~n. Tel~hone: (202) ~LA~D PR~RA~: 84.310, Goah 2~): P~en~ Asis~ce Prvgr~. ~IPL~ OF ~N~ED PRO~: ~is ~ a new pregr~, no ~ FOR S~G PROPOSe: ~e ~n con~ed ~ ~e ~u~fion Dep~t Gene~ Adm[n~dve Re~h~v~ ~G~) ~e ~d to ev~ ~ pro~ For more infv~£vn, con~et ~e pro~m 877 TI57691701
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84.313 EVEN STARTmFA~,H.LY LITERACY EN WOMEN'S PRISONS PROGRAM FEDE'I~L AGENCY: OFI~ICE OF ELF_MENT,M~,Y AND SEC- ONDA.RY EDUC~TION, DEP.~RTMENT OF EDUCATION AU-£HORIZATION: EI~m~. :mr S~on~' ~:.n A~E OB~$~: To t~t lh~ effectiv~s ~f a family Iiterazy prog~m ef high quality in a p~n setting that ho~ women and lhek pr~hool c~ren. To provide family centered education to h~tp p~en~ become full g~ln~s in ~e edu~a~oa of iheir chil&en. To help children reach thek full potenfi~ ~d pr~vlde literacy lag to parents. ~ OF ~SIST~: Project Granu. US~ ~ USE R~ONN: Funds are used primarily for in- structional progrms for parents ~d children and to employ and train s~ at ~e project level. ELI~IBILI~ ~Q~~: A~li~t E~: Prisons for women and their preschool age children may apply. Benefiei~y E~bi~: Women in prison ~d their preschool aged children will benefit. Cte~ti~um~tloa: None. APPLI~A~ON AND AW~ PRO~SS: Pte~li~tioa Coor~a~tloa: ~is pro~am is eligible for ~overage under E.O. 12372, "lntergovemmental Review of Federal Pro- grams." An applicant should consul~ the o~ce or official d~ignat- ed ~ the single poinl of contact in his or her Stale for more ~for- marion on the proems the Siate requir~ to ~ followed in apply- ing for ~is~nc~ if lhe S~te has sel~t~ lhe prog~ for review. A~li~tion Proeed~e: Applicatio~ m~t be prepar~ ~d submitted in accordance with the nofic~ published in the Federal Register. Coniaet the progrm o~ee for more information. Awed Procedure: ~ran~ are awarded on th~ b~is of ~ Education Department General Administrative Regu~fions (E~AR), 34 CFR 75, Subpa~ D, Section 75.210. Contact the program office for more information. Deadlines: Contact the program office for application deadlines and information. R~ge ot A~roval~rovfl T~e: The range of approva~disap- proval time is approximately 30 Io 120 days following the applica- tion d~dline. A~fls: None. Re~ew~: Renew~s are b~ed on the review of ~nu~ peffo~an~e reports ~d the recommendation of the project o~cer. ~1 renew- ais are subject lo the availability of funds. ASSIST~CE CONSIDE~ONS: Fomula ~ad Matching R~uireme~: ~e Federal shoe ~annot exe~d ~ percent the first year, 80 percent the second year, 70 percent the third year, and 60 percent for the fou~h year of the grant. ~n~h ~nd Time Ph~g of ~s~ee: ProjeeU generally may be supposed for I to 4 years. Funds are grated on a 12 month b~is. PO~ ~I~CE ~QUI~ME~S: Re~: Annual fin~ial and pro~ess repots must b~ submitied required by ~e grit award's ie~ ~d condition. Au~: In accord~ce wilh ~he ~ucafion Dep~ment General Ad- ministration Regulations (EDGAR), 34 C~ 80. S~ and gove~men~ lh~t r~ei~e fir~e~ ~is~nee of $1~,~ or more within the State's fis~ y~ sh~l ~vc ~ aunt made for ~at yor. State ~d lcc~ govemm~n~ t~t r~ive ~,~n $25.~ and $1~,~ witch the S~tc's f~fl ye~ sh~l h~vc an audit made in accor~ce with the Ap~dix to E~ Fm 8& Reco~: As t~red by ~c Eda~fion ~pmment General Ad- m~n~rative Regulations (EDGAR). Ac~uat Iflen~fion: 91-~0- 1-5~ L ~=ge ~ Avenge cf ~dfl .~ist~ee: One g~t is PROGR&M ACCOM-PLLSHMEN-fS: Exar=~Ies cf D~pa~nt Gee.oral Ad~s~t~v~ Reguhfic~s ~AR). F~r re.ere iaf~afi~n ccn~zl Ihe ~rc~am Re~onfl or ~10~ee: ~flqa~ Office: Comve~tory Education P~ogr~s, Office ~em~n~' ~d Seconfl~ ~ucati~n, Depa~ment of ~uzation, 1250 Maryl~d Ave., SW., W~hin~on, DC 20202. Contact: Pat McKee. Telephone: (202) 260-0991. RELA~D PR~S: None. EXAMPL~ OF ~NDED PROJE~S: This is a new program, exampl~ are available. CR~A FOR SE~NG PRO~OSA~ The selection criteria contained in the Education Departmenl General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) are used to ev~uate this program. 84.314 EVEN START~STATEWIDE F~ILY L~E~ PROGR~I FEDERAL A~EN~: OFFICE OF ELEME~ARY AND SEC- ONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTME~ OF EDUCATION AUT~OR~ATION: Elementary ~d Secondary ~ueation Act of 1965, ~ amended, Title I, Part B, Section 1201(~); Adult Educa- tion Act; Family Support A~t of 1988. OB~IV~: To plan and implement, Statewide family literacy ini- tiatives Io eoardinale and integrate existing Federal, State, and local literacy resources consistent with lhe pur~ses of even s/am and head start projecls. Such coordination and integration shall in- elude funds available ~der the Adult ~ueation Act, and the Family Sup~ Act of 1988. TYP~ OF ASSI~AN~: Project Gran~. US~ AND USE R~I~IONS: Funds are used primarily for desi~, implementation, evaluation, employment, and tr~ning of staff at the proj~t level. ELI~IBIL~ REQUIREME~S: A~lle~n~ Eli~bi~: State and local education agencies, other public agenci~, nonprofit organi~tions, public or private partner- ships involving business and industry organizations, and a consor- tia of such entities may apply. Beneficiary Ell~bili~: ~ueationally dimdvantaged children and flmir parents lhat are eligible for participation in programs under the Adult ~ucation Act or the Family Support Acl of 1988 ~dll benefiL Cre~aafl~/Doeumen~tiom None. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PRO~S: Prea~li~fian C~r~a~fion: This program is exempt from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~e~fiaa Pt~edure: Applications must be prepared and submitted in accord~ce with the notice published in lhe Federal Register. ~ntael the progam office for more info~ation. Awed Procedure: Gmn~ ~e award~ on the basis of ~e Education Depa~ment General Adminislralive Regulations (EDGAR), 34 CFR 75, Subp~ D, Section 75.210. Con~et the program office for more information. De~fllines: Con~et the program o~ee for application deadlin~ and info~afion. ~age of A~rov~D~rov~ T~e: ~e r~ge of agprov~disap- proval time i~ approximat~y 30 to 120 days following lhe appEea- tion deadline. Aa~: None. Reae~s: Renewals are b~d on the review of ~ual perferm~ce re~ and the reco~enflafion of the pr~t o~eer. A~ renew- als are subject to the availability ef funds. .~SI~AN~ ~ONSIDE~ONS: Fcm~ ~d ~tching R~men~ ~e State m~t ~e availabI~ ~onf~er~ cow,borons in ~u ~ount eq~ to but net ~e Fe~l f~n~ provided under ~e I~n~ and T~e P~ing of ~ce: Froj~ g~ ~y be ~::~fl ~)r I to 4 year*. Fends arc g=~ted rn a 12 m~th 878 6-96 __1.~ I _ J_ I i_l T157691702
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required by grant a~-ard terms and condxdcr~. Audits: In accorda_'~ze with the Ed,acatAc~x DcI:art~'r.era Gen--ral Ad- ministration Reg.,lateens tEDGAR) in 34 CFR ~O. S~te and Iz~a! governznents that receive finandal assistance of 51CO,003 or more within the State's fis-~l )-ear shall have an au:Iit made for that year. State and local governments that receive between and $100.O30 within the State's f'ts,~l year shall have an audit made in accordance with the Appendix to EDGAR, Part 80. Records: As required by the Education Department General Ad- ministrative Regulations (EDGAR). FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Identifi~tion: 91-0900-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $1,000.000; b-~" 96 est $0; and I~' 97 est $0. Me and Average of Financial Asslstmtce: $50,000 to $100,000; $50,000. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Examples of accomplishments are not currently available. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LrrERATURE: Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR). For more information contact the program office. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: Not applicable. Headquartet-s Office: Compensatory Education Programs, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Department of Education, 1250 Maryland Ave.. SW., Washington. DC 20202. Contact: Pat McKee. Telephone: (202) 26043991. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: This is a new program, no examples are available. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: The selection criteria contained in EDGAR are used to evaluate this program. 84,315 CAPACITY BUILDING FOR TRADITIONALLY UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS (Capacity Building) FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDU- CATION AUTHORIZATION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, Section 21, 29 U.S.C. 718b. OBffECq'IVES: To enhance the capacity and increase the participation of historically Black colleges and universities, Hispanic serving in- stitutions of higher education, and other institutions of higher edu- cation where minority enrollment is at least 50 percent, in compe- titions for grants, contracL% and cooperative agreements. To enable entities to prepare students for vocational rehabilitation and related service careers. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Grants are limited to support projects that assist individuals to compete for discretionary funds focusing on bringing larger numbers of minorities in the public re- habilitation profession and provide appropriate practitioner knowl- edge, role models, and sufficient manpower to address the clearly changing demography of vocational rehabilitation. Project results will focus on the recruitment of minorities into the field of voca- tional rehabilitation and related services. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant El|gibility: (1) Historically Black colleges and universities; (2) Hispanies serving ir~stitations of higher education; (3) other stitutions of higher education whose minority student enrollment is at least 50 percent; and (4) nonprofit and for-profit agencies that are at lr~ast 51 percent owned or controlled by one or more minor- iEy individ~als and uoderre£resented pop~atio~s ma~,' appb'. Beuefiettry Ellgihilit~= (1) Minority indi~~daals attenchng I-ILstorimliy BLte.k colleges and ~arA~ersitie~: ~2) Hispa~,~---'~ serving institutions of higher education: (3) other institutions of higher education those mLnority s*.ud~t enrcI!mev.t is at least ~0 petter.t; az~d (4) rrAnerity Jn~l~id'~utIs ~r.d ~nderr~re~tnted l~p~lati~n~ tkat are o~red court,lied by a 51 ~rce=t ronprofit ag~cy ~1 benefit. ~em~.~m~mfi~n: ~s~ ~JlI ~ dete~ined in accordance ~i~ OMB Circ~ No. A-~7 for S=te anti 1~ god--menLo. Cc~ ~I ~ dete~.~ed ~ ~c,D:d~uze ~-i~h OMB Cir~al~ A-21 for ed~fi~nM ,~PLICA~ON ~ AWA~ PRO~S: ~shed by ~e Dep~ent ~f ~u~fi~n and required by OMB Circuit No. A-102 m~t b= ~d for ~is program. ~ prog~ is eli#hie for coverage ~der E.O. 12372, "Intergovemmental Review of ~ederal Progr~s.'" An applimnt ~houlfl co~ult the office or o~e~ d~ig~ted as the single Foint ~f con~ct in his or her State for more ~fo~tion on the pr~s that ~e State re- quir~ to ~ follow~ in appl3~g for ~sist~c~ if ~e State h~ se- lected • e pro~ for review. A~pli~ffon Proced~e: Appli~tions must ~ prepared and submitted with the notice publ~hed in the Federal Reenter. Award Pro~da~: New ~d contin~tion grits are awarded by the Depa~ment of Education. ~1 new applicatio~ are reviewed by a p~el of at le~t three individmls. ~ch panel will generally in- clude two or more nonfederal consulters with ¢x~rience and trMning ~ the proposed ~ of tra~ng. ~ch panel will include a pe~on with a dimbflity ~d an individuM from a minority back- gro~d. D~in~: ~nmct the program o~¢e for application deadlines and infomadon. Rmge of Ap~rova~a~gov~ Time: ~e range of approval/disap- provM ~e is approximately 120 to 150 ~ys following the appli- ~fion d~dline. A~e~: Not Applicable. Renewal: RenewMs ~e b~ed on the review of ~nuM ~rformance re~s and the recommen~tion of the project o~cer. All renew- ~s ~e subject to the av~ability of f~ds. ASS~TANCE CON~DE~ONS: Formula ~d Mateh~g Reqa~emen~: Not applicable. Len# ~d Time ~ag of ~i~ee: Projec~ generally may be supported for 1 to 5 yea~. Funds ~e granted on a 12 month basis. PO~ ASSI~ ~Q~ME~S: Re~m: Annu~ fin~ci~ ~d progr~s reports mint be submitted as r~red by the grit aw~d's te~s ~d conditions. Au~: Audi~ must be conducted on a continuing b~is or at sched- uled intervals, usua~y once a y~, but at I~t once every two years. In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of S~te and LocM Governments," State and local gove~en~ that receive fmaneiM ~sismnee of $1~,~ or more within the S~te's fi~al ye~ sh~ have ~ audit ~de for that year. S~te and local govemmen~ ~at receive ~tween $25,~ and $1~,~ within ~e State's f~ ye~ shall have ~ audit made in accord~ee wi~ O~ Circ~ No. A-128, or in accord- ance ~th Federal laws and reg~afio~ governing the programs which they p~tici~ate. Reeor~: ~ req~red by EDGe. ~AN~AL INFO~ON: ObB~fiom: (Gran~) ~ 95 $2,741,550; FY 96 est $2,713,710; and ~' 97 ~t ~,679,270. ~ ~ Average of FM~ci~ ~nce: $150,~ to $250,~; PROG~t A~OMP~S~S: ExampIes of accomplishmen~ ~e not c~rently av~lable. ~G~ONS, Gt~DEL~, ~D LIT~ Deponent General Ad~is~tive Regulations. For more infor- mation con~et ~e progr~ o~ee ~FO~ON CONWA~: R~o~ or ~ O~: Se~ Appendix IV ~f ~e Ca~g for a ing. H~m~ ~: Reh~itafion Se~4e~ Ad~t~o~, O~e ~f S~ Education and Rehabi~*~fi~n Se~i~, Dep~t ~:a~o~ ~'~hm~on, DC 20202. Con~ct ~cm~ Fine~ Tel:- phone: (202) 6-96 879 Tt57691703
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RELATED PROGR.MMS: Nc.ae. EXAMPLES OF ~ PRO~: Re~a~ns are ~ed to ev~uate this 8~.316 NA~ ~W~ ~G~R EDUCA~ON PROG~I ~BE~ AGEN~: O~CE OF POSTSECO~ARY E~UCA- TION, DEPAR~NT OF EDUCATION A~O~ON: Etemen~, and Seconda~, Education Act. as amendS, Title IX, P~ B. OB~: To make direct graa~ ~o Native Haw~ian edueati¢n or~o~ or education entifi~ w~th experience in developing or operating Native Haw~ programs or progr~s of instruction conducted in ~e Native Haw~i~ l~guage to enable &era to pro- v~de a progr~ o~ baee~a~eate ~d post-baccalaureate fellowship ~is~nee to Native Hawaii~ students. ~ OF ~~: Project Gr~. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: G~n~ must be used to provide full or p~ial fellowship suppo~ for Native Haw~ian students en- rolled at two or four ye~ degree gran~g ins~tutions of higher education. Aw~ds are b~ed on: (1) Academic potential ~d (2) fi- n~ei~ need. Full or pa~i~ fellowship suppo~ for Native Hawai- i~ studen~ enroll~ at post-bae~laureate degree grating institu- tions of higher ~ucation will r~eive grants. Priority xvill be Wen to pro~d~g fellowship suppo~ for professions that are de~epr~en~d in the Native Hawaiians community. Priority will be Wen to: (1) Counsding ~d suppo~ servic~ for studen~ re- ceiving fellowship a~ismnee; (2) college prep~ation ~d guidance coumeling at the secondly level for studen~ who may be digible for fellowship suppo~; and (3) research, evaluation, and imple- men~tion of faculty development programs for the improvement and matriculation of Native Haw~i~ students. ~LIGI~ ~Q~MENTS: A~t E~Obfli~: Native Hawaiian education organ~ations or entities with ex~fience in developing or operating Native Hawai- ian progr~ may apply. Benefld~ EliOb~i~: Native Hawaiian students enrolled in postsec- ond~y ~ueation will benefit, Credea~c~en~flon: None. APPLICA~ON ~ AW~ PROC~S: ~oa C~fi~: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergove~men~l Review of Federal Pro- gr~s." An applie~t shoed eons~t the o~ee or official d~ignat- ed as ~e ~ngle point of con~et in his or her State for more infor- mation on the proc~s the S~te req~r~ to ~ followed in apply- ing for ~si~nee, if ~e S~te h~ sdected the progr~ for review. A~li~fion Pr~e: Applications m~t be prepared and submilted in accordance wi~ &e notice publ~hed in the Federal Register, cc~iaet the program o~ee for more i~fo~ation. Awed Pr~e: Appli~fions ~e reviewed by panels of field r~d- I:~i~es: C¢-~:t lk-" Fr,:.gram office fzr ~nfc ~a~ic~, ~ge of App~v~D~ppro~ T~e: ~e r~ge ~ro~l time ~ ag~r¢~ely 120 da)~ f~IIo~i~ Ap~: None. R~ew~: Renewzls ~e b~ed on the re~4e~' of repoas =d t~e recommendation of the proj~t o~r. All renew- Ms ~e subject to the a~ail~biliw of fand~ ASSI~AN~ CONS~ERA~ONS: Formula and Matching Requirement: Fellowship reeipien~ ~e obli- gated to provide their prof~sio~al se~ic~ eider du~g ~e fel- lowship ~ or u~n completion of a bac~a~te or post-b~- caIaur~te de~ee pro~am to the Native HawMi~ co~ity. ~n~ ~d T~e Ph~ing of .~t~ee: Projee~ g~er~ly may supposed for 1 to 5 yea~. Funds ~e g~n~ on a 12 mon~ b~is. POST ASSISTANCE ~QUIR~IE~S: Re~: Annual fin~ci~ ~d pro~ repots m~t required by g~nt award te~s and conditions. A~m: In accordan~ with the ter~ of the ~t awed agr~menL Record: As requ~ed by the ~ucafion Dep~ent Gene~ Ad- ministrative Regulations. ~AN~AL INFOR~ON: Account Ident~cafion: 91-1~I-501. Obfig~fions: (Gran~) ~" 95 $1,~,~; FY 96 est $1,~,~; ~' 97 est Range and Average of Fi~ ~ce: $5~,~. PROGRAM ACCON~LIS~IE~: Exampl~ of accomplishm~ are not currently avMlabl¢. ~GULA~ONS, GUIDEHN~, AND Li~~: For more fo~ation, contact the pro~am INFORMATION CO~A~: ReOon~ or ~1 Office: Not applicable. Headqua~em O~ce: Higher Education Progr~, O~ee of P~t- secondary Education, Depa~ment of Education, ~ Inde~nd- ence Ave.. SW., Washington, DC 20202. ~ntact: Karen Johnson. Telephone: (.202) 2~-3209. RE~TED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OF F~DED PROffErS: This is a new progr~, no ex~pl~ are available. CRITE~ FOR SELE~ING PROPOSES: Cont~t the pro~ office for this information. 880 6-96 TI57691704
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HARRY S TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION 85.001 HARRY S TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FEDERAL AGENCY: HARRY S TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION AUTHORIZATION: Harry S Truman Memorial Scholarship Act, Public Law 93-642, 88 Stat. 2276-2280, 20 U.S.C. 2001-2013. OBJECtiVES: To honor former President Harry S Truman through the operation of an education scholarship program, financed by a permanent trust fund endowment, to develop increased opportuni- ties for young Americans to prepare for and pursue careers in public service. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Direct Payments for Specified Use. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Assistance is intended for the use of Scholars only. ELIGIBILITY REQUIRFAiENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Undergraduate .junior level students at four year colleges and universities who are properly nominated by credited colleges or universities recognized by the Department of Education. Beneficiary Eligibility: U.S. citizens or nationals, college sophomores or juniors. Credentials/Documentafiom Enrolled, matriculated in a degree pro- gram at an accredited U.S. college; Pursuing a bachelor's degree as a full-time student during the forthcoming academic year; ranked in the upper quarter of her or his class; U.S. citizen or na- tional; selected field of study that will permit admission to a grad- uate or professional program allowing better preparation for a career in public service. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Pre~pplleation Coordination: Each January the chief executive offi- cers of all accredited U.S. colleges and universities are invited to appoint a Truman Scholarship Faculty Representative to manage the selection and nomination of up to four students for the forth- coming year's Truman Scholarships. The standard nomination forms with instructions will be provided in April to the designated faculty representatives of all such institutions whose presidents or chancellors inform the Foundation of their intent to participate. Application Procedure: The faculty representative of an institution is the key person in the Truman Scholarship selection process and serves as liaison between her or his institution and the Foundation. The faculty representative is rezponsible for publicizing the Truman Scholarship on campus, soliciting recommendations on students with significant potential for leadership in government from members of the faculty, conducting a competition on campus in order to determine the candidates best qualified to be nominated by the institution, helping prepare the nominees for the competi- tion, and insuring that the institution's official nomination or nomi- nations are forwarded to the Truman Scholarship Review Com- mittee by the stated deadline. The following information, on the official nominating materials, must be included with each Scholar- ship nomination: 1. The nomination and supporting information for the Harry S Truman Scholarship Program must include a cer- tification that the student is a candidate for a Truman Scholarship; a statement that the student plans to pursue a career in public service; a list of the student's public service activities such as those associated with government agencies, community groups, and litical campaigns; a list of leadership posit~ons the student has held during high school and during the first two years of tmdergradu- ate study; a statement of interest in a career in public service that specifies h~w the student'~ edu~a~ivr~al plans wiI1 pro~i:le prepara- tion for that caree~ and a ~atemev.t that th~ student i~ ~All~ng to participate in a week long seminar ~ponsored by the Fo~ndativn. 2. It must a~so cvr, ta~n an e~say ~f ~00 w~rds o~ less ~.~Titten by the st~d~t that analyz~ a pu'~lic p~liv=~ issue cl-~osen by th~ dent; Lrars,.'~t'~!rts ~f tl'.e s~de~t'~ co~.le~e grad~; an~l fo~r letters recommendation. One letter mast be from th-~ Truman Fac~ty Repr~ma~tive: o~e of ~e Iette~ must ~ wH~en by a faca[~' mem~r in the starlet's fi~d of study; o~e by another ~on who c~ discu~ the student's l~de~hip potenfiM ~d ab~ifi~, ~d, the faugh letter from a pe~n who can disc~ ~e student's commit- ment to public se~ce. Awed Pr~ed~e: 1. InitiM evMuation: Students nominated for con- sideradon ~ H~ S Trm~ Schola~ ~411 be evMuated on the b~is of: a. th~ ext=t to which the student h~ shown ~ ou~md- ~g gotenfiM for leaders~p ~ public se~i~, b. ~e extent of par- ticipation in co~ity and pubic ~ervice activifi~, c. ~c appro- photon,s of the ~te's intended pl~ of study to prepare him~er for a career in public se~ice, d. the student's academic p¢fform~. 2. Inte~icws: F~is~ selected ~ a reset of ~e ini- tial evM~tion of the credenfiMs of all nomine~ are inte~iewed by Re#on~ Review P~els, com~d pfim~ily of prominent ~hol~ ~d public o~cials. ~ch Review Panel will recommend from mong the q~fied applic~ one pecan from ~ch State or d~tfict for apartment by the Bo~d of Trustees as a T~man Schol~, #ns up to four addifionM persuns in rank order for Schol~ships at l~ge from each region. ~e Review Panels will concemrate their evMuafion on the nominees' demonstrated inter- ~t in the public so,ice, their relative potent~l for leadenhip in gove~ment, the~ ~alytical abiliti~, their commitmem to c~ee~ in public so,ice, and ~e quMity of their submitted matefiMs. ~ong the c~actefisfics they will ~ in m~ing this judg- ment ~ the following: ~al~ic ability, communication sMIls, in- dependence, i~fiative, integrity, self~onfidence, sensitivity to others, ability to explain with clarity a com#ex situation, a dem- onstrated inter~t ~ public ~rvice, and a commitment to future public se~iee. 3. Final Selection: From ~ong the candidates rec- ommended by the Renew Panels, the Board of Tr~te~ will n~e up to 85 winners of Harry S Truman Scholarships. D~in~: January 23, 1997, each year, for receipt of nomination ma- terials. All materials m~t be submitted by the student's faculty repr~entative. ~ge of A~prov~mvM Time: 1. J~u~y, each year -Scholar- ship no~ne~ are eval~ted and Finalists selected. 2. Feb~ary- March, ~ch year - Truman Scholarship Finalists are inte~iewed. 3. April, ~ch y~r - ~e Truman Schol~ are selected by the Board of T~stees of the Hazy S T~man Scholarship Founda- tion. Ap~: None. RenewS: 1. It is the imcm of the Foundation to renew Scholarship awards made to college juniors for a ~ri~ not to exceed three academic ye~s of graduate study, in accord~ce with the regula- tions ~b~hed by i~ Board of Trust~, ~d sub~ect to ~ annual review for compli~¢c with thee requirement. 2. ~e Foundmion may resinate a Schol~s~p: a. when a student h~ not maC- mined, ~tisfactory proficiency, or b. when the student is no longar e~oiled in a pro~ prepping her or h~ sp~ificMly for public se~ien ~ s~c~ed by the Foundation. 3. A Scholar may seek ~st~nem~t of her or his award because of ill heMth or other ~tigafing ~rcumst~ces, upon appliemion to the Executive S~reta~. ~~ CONS~ONS: FO~0~ ~d Ma~ng Requlrem~: Not ap#icable. Len~ ~ T~e ~g of ~ce: To be ~i~ble to receive payroll, a T~m~ Scholar m~st submit in w~t~g: 1. an accept- ~ce of ~e Sehcl~s~p awed, 2. An ~ufl repo~, ~d 3. at ~e begin~ng of ~=h a~d~ic te~, a statement of e~iglble ex~n~ ce~i~ by the a~t~omcd ffm=¢ifl o~=er ~f ~e enroll~g i~t~- ~vn, i~d~g ~c~ of t~tio~ f~, ~, ~d rvvm ~d ~ ~ ad~fi~ ce~ifi~tion reg~ding the Scholar's a~d~i¢ pr~ ~, ~ ~ r~ ~ ~er ceru~o~ ~ re~ired by law cr reff~afion. ~e ~am~r vf Faymen~ to ~ ~ad: ~ia Tr~uD" 6-96 881 T[57691705
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POST ASSI~A~ ~QUI~ME~TS: Re~: Not required. R~or~: ~ot appli~bte, FINANC~ I~ORMA~ON: Account ldenfifi~tion: 05-829~-0-7-502. Obli~fiom: (Grants) FY 95 $3,~,ff~; ~' 96 est $3,17L~: and FY 97 est R~ge ~d Avernge of F~ei~ ~d~ee: ~age: $3,~ to $13,5~ per annum: $6,510 per annum. PROGRAM ACCOMPLIS~E~S: S~ce 1977. lhe year of the Pro- gram's inception, 1,552 (of a to~l of auproximately 16,9~ no~- ne~) college students studying for ~reers in public ser~6ee have received Schola~hip assistance. The fi~t six claim of Truman Sehola~ are progre~ing well toward their go~s of preparation for public sea, ice by gaining accept~ee to high quality post~ad- uate programs, by pursuing Foundation-asslsted or stir-initiated ~e Fcder~. S~ ~d l~al levcl~ INTO~MATION CON~A~: Re~e~ or L~ Offic~ Net H~dqu~ O~ee: Louis Bl~r, Ex=cufive ~re~', 712 Jac~n Place, ~'., W~hingte~, DC 2~. Telephone: (202) 395~831. Use ~e s~e number far ~LA~D PR~R.~IS: E~L~ OF ~DED PROJE~S: Not applicable. CR~E~& FOR S~E~G PROPOSe: Not applicable. 882 6-96 TI57691706
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PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION 86.001 PENSION PLAN TERMINATION INSURANCE (ERISA) FEDERAL AGENCY': PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPO- RATION AUTHORIZATION: Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), Title IV (Plan Termination Insurance), P~,blic Law 93-406, as amended; Public Law 96-364; Multiemployer Pension Plan Amendments Act of 1980; Publio Law 99-272; Single-Era- , ployer Pension Plan Amendments Act of 1986; Pension Protection Act of 1987, Public Law 100-203; Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989, Public Law 101-239; Retirement Protection Act of 1994, Public Law 103-465. OBFFECrlVES: To encourage the continuation and maintenance of vol. untary private pension plans for the benefit of their participants, to protect pension benefits in ongoing plans, to provide for the timely and uninterrupted payment of pension benefits to partici- pants in and beneficiaries of covered plans, and to maintain premi- ums charged by the PBGC at the lowest level consistent with car- rying out its obligations. TYPF_~ OF ASSISTANCE: Insurance. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Insurance coverage is mandatory for most private, defined benefit pension plans. A single-employer plan may terminate in a standard termination only if it has suffi- cient assets to provide all benefits and in a voluntary distress ter- mination only if the employer sponsoring the plan can satisfy spec- ified distress criteria. Upon a voluntary distress termination or a termination initiated by the PBGC, the PBGC guarantees payment of nonforfeitable benefits under the terms of the plan within limits specified in the law. The guaranteed basic benefits payable to a participant or beneficiary under a covered single.employer plan may not exceed the actuarial value at the time of termination of a monthly benefit in the form of a life annuity commencing at age 65 equal to the lesser of: (1) $750, adjusted annually to reflect changes in the Social Security contribution and benefit base since 1974, or (2) a participant's high consecutive five-year average monthly gross income. When covered plans or amendments to them are less than five years old at termination, basic benefits are guaranteed on a graduated basis. Benefits of persons defined as 'substantial owners" are guaranteed on a 30-year graduated basis, subject to certain additional limits in the case of increased benefits due to plan amendment. For multiemployer plans there is a pro- gram of reorganization for plans with funding problems. PBGC is required to extend financial assistance to insolvent multiemployer plans in order that they may be able to meet plan obligations for guaranteed benefits. Insurance coverage is mandatory for any plan which is an employee pension plan benefit established or main- talned by: (1) an employer engaged in or affecting commerce;, (2) an employee organization engaged in or affecting commerce; or (3) both, if certain requirements of the Internal Revenue Code are met. However, insurance coverage does not extend to any plan which is: (1) an individual account plan; (2) established and main- tained for Federal, State or local government employees; (3) a church plan, unless a plan has made an election under 26 U.S.C. 410(d) and has notified PBGC of such election; (4) not provided for employer contributions after September 2, 1974; (5) unfunded and ma~tained by at~ emplo)er primarily to prolific deferred uompensafion for a s.-Iect group of management or highly com- pensated emplo~.,'ees; (~) estabI~.shed and maintained outside of the U.S. primarily for the ben.-flt of n~-resident ali.-ns; (7} maintain~-,:l by an empt~yer so~.ely for tV~e parpose of providing benefits for certain emplo3ees in excess of ~e limitations cn contribufi~.r.s and benefits imposed by the Internal R~.venue Code; (~) estab~ishefl and ma~n~J.in_'~l e.xcla~d~ely for sabsta~thtl ov;-ners; {9] that cf an interna~icr, al organiz~fi~.a that is exempt from taxation; (I0) talned solely for the purpose of complying with al~plicable work- men's compensation laws or unemployment compensation or dis- ability insurance law.~; or (11) established and maintained by a pro- fessional service employer which does not have more tt'~an 25 par- tieipants. ELIGIBILITi" REQUIREMENIS: Applicant Eligibility." Private businesses and organizations, who main- tain def'med benefit plans and l~articipants in such plans. Beneficiary Elig~'Mlit~: All participants of covered single-employer pension plans may be potentially eligible beneficiaries of plan ter- mination insurance payments. All covered multiemployer plans may be eligible for financial assistance needed to ensure payment of guaranteed benefits. Credenfial~/Doctmtentttion: In support of a termination notice, infor- mation relating to plan asset sufficiency must be furnished by the plan administrator of a single-employer plan. Information relating to financial operations of the plan sponsor and to plan participants must also be furnished for a distress termination. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~ticatinn Coordination: None. A~plicttlon Procedure: As soon as practicable after complying with certain statutory notice requirements, a plan administrator who in- tends to terminate a covered single-employer plan must submit to the PBGC either a standard termination notioe or a distress termi- nation notice depending on the type of termination sought. Appli- cations relating to single-employer pension plan matters should be sent to PBGC, Standard Termination Compliance Division, 1200 K Street, NW., Washington, DC 20005-4026. Applications for multiemployer plan matters should be made in accordance with applicable PBGC regulations and other published guidelines. Award Procedure: The PBGC determines whether or not the assets of covered single-employer plans which have either notified the PBGC of their intent to terminate in a distress termination or against which the PBGC has initiated termination proceedings are sufficient to pay guaranteed benefits. If plan assets are found to be insufficient or the PBGC is unable to determine asset sufficiency, it will normally have itself named as trustee to administer the plan. The PBGC is liable to pay amounts necessary to ensure that bene- fits guaranteed or funded by plan asset allocation under Title IV of the Act are paid to participants or beneficiaries under covered insufficient terminated single-employer plans. Deadllaes: An annual premium must be paid for each covered plan no later than the 15th day of the 8th full calendar month follow- ing the month in which the plan year begins (Form I). Plans with more than 500 participants generally must also file an estimated premium with PBGC by the last day of the second full calendar month following the close of the plan year (Form I-ES). For fur- ther information or copies of forms contact: PBGC, Collection and Compliance Division, Suite 670, 1200 K Street, NW., Wash- ington, DC 20005, Telephone (202) 326-4061. 'Standard Termina- tion": Notice of Intent To Terminate (NOIT). The plan adminls- trator of a single-employer plan must mail or hand deliver a writ- ten notioe of intent to terminate the plan, as of a particular date, to each individual plan participant, beneficiary of a deceased partici- pant, and union representing plan participants (but not to the PBGC) at least 60 days and no more than 90 days in advance of the proposed termination date. PBGC Notice: No later than 120 days after the proposed termination date th~ administrator m~st file with the PBGC a notice including, among other items, an en- rolled act-~a"~'s certifi~atlon that Finn assets will be sufficient to provide all benefit liabilities as cf date of final distribution, v;~th the underl~,mg total asset and benefit value~ (Form 500). Notice of Plan Benefits: No later than the date the PBGC Notice i~ filed, the admin~tralor must ha~.-e notified each l:lan participant and ciary in t:lain language cf the amount of that pcr~'~n'~_ benefiL 883 TI57691707
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ben~fi:~" and th= PEGC cf the M~n~ty of the insurer or n~ latgr tkaa 45 ~)s befor~ th~ rime of dis~u~n. ~et bution: ~e PBGC h~ ~ days after rec~pt of ~ PBGC Notice to dete~ir~e whe~er the pl~ tarmtmtica complies w~th the re- qukemen~ for a st~d~d te~nat[on. If ~e PBGC d~ not i~sue a N~fice of Nen~ompli~ce and plan ~se~ are su~ci=nt to pr~ vide all benefit liabiliti~, the administrator may d~n~ute the plan ~ets. ~e distribution must gener~ly be completed ~fith~ 180 days after the expiration of th~ ~ay review ~d~ and ~ done in accord~ce with plan provisio~ and PBGC regulations. WitCh 30 days ~er final distribution of plan ~saa% fh~ administrator m~t file with the PBGC a notice codifying that ~sse~s have been disIfibuted as required (Form 501). 'Distress Termination" Notice Requirements: ~e notice requirements for a distr~ termination differ from those for a standard termination, in s~v=r~ ways: ~ay advance NOIT must be provided to the PBGC ~ well as to p[~ p~icipants and other affected pa~es; the PBGC Notice (Fo~ ~1) must include ~fo~afion to demonstrate t~t the con- ditions for a distr~s te~ination are met; the enrolled actu~y cer- tification must include the values of guaranteed benefiis, benefit li- abiliti~ and ~sets, ~ of ~he proposed te~ination date. A plan ad- ministrator musl provide Notice of Plan ~nefi~ to plan partici- pants and beneflciafi~ in a distr~s termination only if the plan h~ su~cient ~sets to provide a~ le~t guaranteed benefits. ~nge ef A~roval~i~r~v~ T~e: Not applicable. Ap~s: Any permn aggrieved by an inifi~ determinalion ~de by the PBGC which is covered by ~he appeals procedures may file an app~[. An appeal or a requ~t for ~ extension of time to app~ should be submitted to the Ap~als Board, Pension BeheSt Guar- anty Co@oration, 12~ K Street, NW, Washington, DC 2~5. In addition, the PBGC has the authority to review informally, upon request, determinatio~ that are not covered by the appeals pr~e- dures when il dete~in~ that it would be approp~ate ~o do so. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSI~AN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Form~ marl Mmtehi~g Re~nlremen~: No[ applicable. ~n~h ~8 Time Ph~ing ~f ~ee: Nol applicable, except as noted in USES AND USE RESTRI~IONS section of this pro- gram. POST ~SI~ANCE REQUIREME~S: Repot: An annu~ repor[ (Fo~ 55~ serif) must be filed by ~e plan administrator wi[h ~he Internal Revenue Service no later than the 1~ day of the seventh month after the close of the prior plan year. Ce~ain events which may indicate ~ous problems wi~in a pl~ also must be reported to lhe PBGC, no,ally within 30 after 1he plan administrator or con~ibutlng sponsor learns of ¢hem. Such retable evenls include failure to meet minimum funding s~d~ds; b~kruptcy, insolvency or simi~ se~fl~men~; llq~da- don or di~olufion; or transaction involving a chide of employer. In the c~e of certain privately held companies, PBGC must be given 30 days advance notice of certain co@orate or pl~ evgn~. Aufl~: ~e PBGC dete~ines whether or not lhe asse~ of covered single-employer pl~s which have ei[het notifi~ the Co,ration of their intenl ~o resinate in a dislre~ termination or against ,;~hizh the Ce,-!~3radDn ka~ imRated te.rrmr.auc..~ pro~dmgs ~e v~mt to pay g~t~ ~efi~ T~fle IV im~ l~bfli~ cn 1~r th~ am~ur.t of unfunded ~nefi~ l~aS~ig~ ~: PBGC ~ may ~d t~ina~on to er~e ~t ~ ware di~n~utefl in ~II faction of ~1 benefit Record: Recor~ m~ten~ce r~ukemen~ for ~e~on plans ~e specified by the Pelion and Welfare Benefi~ Adminisgation, p~m~nt of ~r. ~,~ ~O~A~ON: Obli~fl~ns: (Benefit pa~ents) ~" 95 $733,906,512; ~ 96 ~t $929,6~0,~; and ~ 97 est $945,~,~. ~inanci~ Ass~ce Multiemployer Plus) ~ 95 $4,346,423; FY 96 est $4,950,~; and ~ 97 est ~ge and Average of Fin~i~l ~is~ee: Mon~ly b~efit range per retiree of PBGC'S g~tee ~ of September 30, 1995, in the single employer progr~: $10 to the m~imum ~antee from PBGC funds of $2,574; average monthly benefit per retiree, ~c~ year 1995 ~timate single employer $335. PROGRAM A~OMPLIS~: PBGC a~nisters ~ insur~ce program g~r~teeing ce~n pension benefits to approximately 41 million participants in over 66,~ private defined benefit pension plans. In fiscal year 1995, there were 182,3~ pa~icipants of teed plans and expected trusteeships in pay status ~d PBGC paid $733,906,512 in benefits. For ffsc~ year 1996, the ~timated figures are 197,1~ participants in pay status ~d $929,670,~. It is ~ti- mated that PBGC wBl pay $945,~,~ in benefits in fi~al ye~ 1997 to an ~timated 211,8~ pa~icipants. REGULA~ON8, GUIDELINe, AND L~E~RE: Title 29 C~, Chapter 26; Form PBGC 1-ES Fo~ PBGC 1 Package; PBGC Fo~ 5~ Package; PBGC Fo~ ~ Package; PBGC Fo~ 2~. INFO~A~ON CO~A~8: Re~ ~r ~ O~ee: Contact the n~rest Dep~ment of Labor, Pension Welf~e ~nefi~ Ad~nistration Field O~ce listed ~ pendix IV of the Catalog. ~fl~u~ers Of~ee: Pension Benefit Ouar~ty Corporation, 12~ K Street, ~., Washington, DC 2~5~26. Telephone: (202) 32~ 4~. RE~D PROG~S: i~.150, Pension ~d Welfare Benefits ministration. E~PL~ OF ~N~ED PRO~S: Not applicable. CR~ERIA FOR SELE~ING PROPOSe: Not applicable. 884 6-96 TI57691708
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ARCHITECTURAL AND TRANSPORTATION BARRIERS COMPLIANCE BOARD 88.001 ARCHITECTURAL AND TRANSPORTATION BARRIERS CON~PLIANCE BOARD (Access Board) FEDERAL AGENCY: ARCHITECTURAL AND TRANSPORTA- TION BAKRIERS COMPLIANCE BOARD AUTHORIZATION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 502, as amended, Public Law 93-112, 29 U.S.C. 792; Architectural Bar- riers Act of 1968. as amended, Public Law 90-480; Public Law 94- 541, 42 U.S.C. 4151 et seq; Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336. OBJECTIVES: To enforce Federal laws requiring accessibility for per- sons with disabilities in certain federally funded buildings and fa- cilities throughout the Nation; set guidelines and requirements for accessibility standards prescribed by Federal agencies under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Architectural Barriers Act; provide technical assistance to organizations and agencies, and individuals requesting help in explaining the guidelines and re- quirements and in solving accessible design and construction prob- lems; conduct research to determine appropriate specifications for accessibility. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Dissemination of Technical Information. USES AND USE RESTRICgIONS: Technical information and assist- ance on creating a barrier free environment is available to Federal, State and local government agencies and to private organizations and individuals. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Requests for information may be made by the general public as well as all agencies of Federal, State, and local government. Beneficiary Eligibility: General public, all levels of government, and private organizations will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCT~S: Preapplieation Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Requests for information and assistance should be sent to Director, Office of Technical and Information Services. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, Suite 1000, 1331 F Street, NW., Washington, DC 20004- 111 I. Telephone: (202) 272-5434 (voice); (202) 272-5449 (TTY); FAX: (202) 272-5447; Computer Bulletin Board (modem): (202) 272-5448; Technical Assistance: 800-872-2253 (voice), (800) 993- 2822 CITY). This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: Not applicable. Deadlines:. Not applicable. Range of Approval/Di~pprovul Time: Not applicable. Appca~: Not applicable. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Not applicable. Length and Time Phnslng of A~istance: Not applicable. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Not applicable. Audit~: Not applicable. Records: Not applicable. FINANCIAL INFORNLkTION: Account Identification: 95-3200-0-1-751. Obligations: (Salaries a~d expenses) F'T 95 $3,350,000; b-'&" 96 est $3,506,000; and FY 97 est $3,540,000. Raage a~d Average of F'maaciul Assistance: Not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISI-LMENTS: In fiscal ~,ear 1995, the Access Beard in each of iLs three major areas of responsibility - devel~p- ~g the Amer~ca:~ with D/sabilit~es A¢cess~illty Guifld.iaes (ADAAG), er, fcrch~g the Arci-~itect~a-al Barriers Act, ~d Vro~- ing t~hni~l ~cv aad tr~ng ~der ~th A:~, accom- plish~ ms~ r~nsive to agency go~s. ~r~ meetings of ~e AD~G Review Adv~ ~mmittee were held. ~ ~t- tee feted subvommiRe~ to m~e recommendations in ~e ar~ of fo~at ~fl structure; accmsible route ~d site elemenB; com- munications ~d equipment; special vccup~cim ~d a ~eefing ~mmittee which ~ compvse~ of t~e chai~ of the su~ommitte~ and ~e chair of tke full committee. We received approximately ~ comments, to~ing more th~ 2,3~ pag~ on the R~reafion Acc~s Advisow Commiuee Repo~ ~d distributed 1,1~ copi~ of the Repo~ The Children's Faciliti~ Work Group recomm~d- ed for adoption by the ~1 Bo~d a notice of proposed ~lemaking (NPR~ to add a new ~cfion 15, to ADAAG. ~e n¢w S~tion coniains t~hnic~ provifiom b~ed on children's dimensions. ~e Depa~ment of J~tice will join in the mlemaking and propose to adopt Section 15 ~ p~t of the s~dards for accessible design under ~e ADA. In r~ponse to a requ~t from the Board, the Board for Coordination of Model Cod~ ~CMC) draRed a report to be issued to each model building and plumbing code ~ the b~is for the requiring unisex or single user toilet and bathing fa- ciliti~ in m~y ~embly ~d mercantile ~cupancies. At a public hearing held on June 6, 1995, the final draft sopping provisions for unisex were pa~ed ~animously. During 1995, 80 new Architev- rural Barriers Act compl~nB were opened. S~ty~ne ~r~nt of the 1995 ~es were closed due to barrier removal. Res~nded to approximately 13,776 phone calls and 1,055 written request for technicM ~sismnce on our accessibility guidelines. Tr~ned ap- proximately 4,805 individuals from over 70 organi~tions through- out the United S~t~ in interfering and apply~g the ADAAG or Unifo~ed Feder~ Acce~ibility St~dards (UFAS). Co-sponsor~ the second Symposuim on ~levators, Fire and Accmsibility in Bal- timore, MD. The conference ~v~ attended by 2~ individuals. We continued to produce print materials in alternate fo~ats -- braille, audio c~ettes, computer d~k, and large t~e -- in order to assure access to publications by people with a variety of needs. D~tfibut- ed 18,693 packets of technical information ~d over 8,350 copies of the ADAAG. ~e Board distributed 5,~ flternate fo~ats versions of Acc~s Board publication. Published the inaugural issue of Acc~s Currents, a four page newsletter w~ch will ~ cir- culat~ six times per year in Januaw, March, May, July, Septem- ber, and November the rome months the Acce~ Bo~d meem. ~is publication is intended to r~o~ the most current news from ~e Board. The first issue was distributed to over ~ organiza- tions and news media. In addition, two Acc~s America newslet- t~s were published ~d distributed to n~ly 17,~ individuals, busin~es ~d org~fiom. D~igned and distributed a flyer rec- ognifing ~e fi~t y~ a~ive~a~ of the ~ard's Bulletin ~rvice (BBS) to encourage the u~ of this computer online meth~ to access publications. Plac~ three general info~ation publicatio~ -- using a ~Y, ruing ADAAG, ~d filing a complfint...It's Your Ri~t - on ~e ~mumer l~ormation ~nler's computefi~d bul- letin ~ard s~vie¢. EstahHsh~ c~mmer service s~d~ds ~d ap- pointed a c~tomer service coordimtor, in conjunction g~th the ins~llation of a Idephoae sa~estion mail~x for callers w~o w~h to comment or m~e r~ommenda~ons on pr~ucm or ~ic~ ~e Board delivers. REGU~ONS, G~EL~, ~ ~TU~ Oen~r~ ~for- mativn publi~ti~r~, 'Unifo~ Fe~e~ Actability St~d~," tec~ic~ ~s~ce pa~, Amefi~s with D~b~ Act acc~- sib~lity ~ddin~ ~mphlets, tec~r~l ~t~ce b~He~ and the Agen=y's ~n~ reFo~ to ~e Pr~i~ent ~d ~n~ ~e ave- able. Re~i o~ ~ O~c~ N~t aFp~eable. 6-96 885 T157e9170~
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He~aqatrters Off~ce: Dire='.,.~r, Of£~e cf TechnicsI a-~d I~f~rn-at~c~ ~,~rd, Suit~ I~"5, 13~I F Strcc~ ~'.. Wmhingt~n, DC !11t Telephone: i2021 272-f434 {~¢~ce), 1202) 272-5~ FAX: /2021 272-5~7, Cc,~puter Bu*~etin ~ard tm~eml: 2S22 RD~ PReliMS: ~N~L~ OF ~ PROJE~: Not appli~bte. ~ FOR S~E~ING PROPOSe: Not applicable. 886 6-96 Tt57691710
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NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION 89.001 NATIONAL ARCHI~T_,S REFERENCE SERVICES--HISTORICAL RESEARCH FEDERAL AGENCY: NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION AUTHORIZATION: Public I~w 90-620, 82 Star. 1293; Public Law 92- 546, $6 Star. 1155; P~blic Law 9~-536, $8 Star. 1734; Public Law 96-qS, 93 Star. 731; National Archives and Records Administration Act of 1984, Public Law 98-497, 98 S~at. 2287; Public Law 100- 365, 102 Star. 823; Public Law 103-262, 10S Star. 706; 44 U.S.C. 2501-2506. OBJECTIVES: To provide profe~onal reference service to members of the general public and employees of the Federal government who are conducting research in Federal records or in historical materials in Presidential Libraries; provide the general public with research assistance in gaining access to and use of records of the Federal government; provide advice and information to the public through conferences, workshops and other outreach activities on the availability and use of Federal records in the NARA's custody and, preparing tbr publication and dissemination articles of a scholarly nature for historical journals and technical publications. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Use of Property, Facilities, and Equipment; Advisory Services and Counseling; Dissemination of Technical In- formation. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: The assistance provided by the NARA is designed to ~sist the public in obtaining access to infor- mation contained in records which are in the custody of the Na- tional Archives. Restrictions on the use of accessioned records in the National Archives of the United States are divided into two categories: general restrictions and specific restrictions. General restrictions apply to all records regardless of origin and apply to types of information or classes of records exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, for example, national curity information. Specific restrictions are specified by the trans- ferring agency or donor and apply only to records in a particular record group or a portion of that record group. All statements of general and specific restrictions are included in the "Guide to the National Archives of the United States" as supplemented by 36 CFK 1256 Subparts A and B. Access to records in the Federal Records Centers is controlled by the agency which created the records. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Anyone (general public). Beneficiary Eligibility: Anyone (general public). Credentials/Documentation: Photographic identification. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: PreapFlication Coordination: None. Application Procedure: To see records in person, NARA Form 14003, Researcher Application, is required. To obtain information or copies by mail, contact the depository; if a form is required, ap- plicant will be notified. Requests for Federal Records Centers records should be addre~ed directly to the agency having legal custody. Award Procedure: Not applicable. Deadlines: None. Range of AlqtroYtl/DIsapproval Time: Not applicable. Appenh: Not applicable. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula aml Matching Requirements:. Not applicable. Lengtlt tad Thae Pha.~ng of A.~isttaee: Not applicable. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reimrts= Not applicabl~. A~tits: N~I appl~caele~ Records: N~t applicable. FINANCL%L INTOI~,L~TI ON: Account Identification: $8-030~-0-1-~94, Obligatinns: (Salaries ~.'~d expenses) FY 95 $33,~99,0c~; ~Nati~na] Ar- chives, 312,7~0.003; Presidential Librarie.~ $2,7~5,000; Federal Records Centers, $18,464,1300); FY 96 est $31,I05,000 (National Archives, $11,753,(X)0;, Presidential Libraries, $2,636,0~3; Federal Records Centers, $16,716,000); and FY 97 est 31,510,000. (Nation- al Archives $11,952,0(O Presidential Libraries $2,691,000, Federal Recnrds Centers $16,867,000). l~mge ~ Averige of Finmw..ial As~L~ttace: Not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: During fiscal year 1995, the Na- tional Archives provided a total of 9,683,000 reference services from the sources shown below: National Archives 3,381,000 Presi- dential Libraries 436,000, Federal Records Centers 5,866,000. It is estimated that for fiscal years 1996 and 1997, the National Ar- chives will provide a total of 9,557,000 and 9,676,000 reference services, respectively, from the following sources: National Ar- chives 3,110,000 and 3,110,000 respectively; Presidential Libraries 397,000 and 397,000 respectively; and Federal Records Centers 6,050,000 and 6,169,000 respectively. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: 36 CFK Chapter XI1, Sub~hapter C. Over 200 printed publications are available as listed in General Information Leaflet No. 3, 'Select List of Publications of the National Archives and Records Admin- istration," available without charge from the Publication Services (NEPS), National Archives and Records Administration, Wash- ington, DC 20408. INFORMATION CONTACI'S: Regional or Local Office: See Appendix IV of the Catalog for a list of addresses. Headquarters Office: Office of the National Archives, National chives and Records Administration, Washington, DC 20408. Tele- phone: (301) 713J000. RELATED PROGRAMS: 42.006, Library of Congress--Library Serv- ices; 42.007, Reference Services in Science and Technology; 89.003, National Historical Publications and Records Grants. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: Not applicable. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Not applicable. 89.003 NATIONAL HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS AND RECORDS GRANTS FEDERAL AGENCY: NATIONAL AKCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION AUTHORIZATION: Public Law 90-620, 82 Star. 1293; Public Law 92-546, 86 star. 1155; Public Law 93-536, 88 Star. 1734; Public Law 96-98, 93 Star. 731; National Archives and Records Adminis- tration Act of 1984, Public Law 98-497, 98 Star. 2287; Public Law 100-365, 102 Stat. 823; Public Law 103-262, 108 Slat. 706~ 44 U.S.C. 2501-2~06. OIKIECIIVES: To undertake a wide range of activities related to the preservation, publication, and use of documentary sources relating to the history of the United States. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE ~CTIONS: Funds may be used for projects to advance the state of the art; to promote co~peralive efforts among institutions and organizations; to improv~ the knowledge, perform° anee, and professional skills of those who work with historical records; for the preservation, arrangement and description of records of historical interesl; a~d f~r the pablica~on in book~ croform or electronic editions of pal~ers anti docam.~nts cf national historical significance. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Al~l~iic~t Eligibilil~: Slate and l~:al governme.~s, U'.S. t~rri~orial agencies~ federally a~=l State recog~ize~l Indian trtbe~ ~see 44 U.S.C. 2~04), eda~ti~nal arid ct~er r~nFrcfit ins.-i~a~iens 6-96 887 TI57691711
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~. er~tU, 7-r~-~e~. ar,:I-ivcs~ etc.) ~d mdi~d~ ~neffc~ ~Db~ Smt~ ~d Ie~ govemm~n~ U.S. ag~nci~% f~d~Iy ~d S~te reco~i~ Indian tn~, an~ ocher nonprofit i~tit~ticns, and ~eflen~]~~n: Nc~e. ,~PLICA~ON AN~ AW.~ PROS: Fr~lI~fion C~r~g~: ~i~ pro~ i~ citable f~r cove~age ~er ~O. 1237~ ~ergove~en~l Review of Feder~ Pr~ gra~s. An ~pplieam sh~ld cor~t ~e o~ee er o~l cd ~ ~e single ~nt of con~ct in his or ~er S~e for m~re infer- ~almn on the ~r~ the S~ale re~ui~ to be followed in apply- ing for ~ismnce. ift~e S~e ~ ~lected t~e pro~ for review. Appli~on ~d~ Request de.led ~delin~ for gr~ from h~dq~ers o~ce. ~s program is subject to the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A-II0 for ins~tufio~ of higher education, hos- ph~s, ~d o~her nonprofit i~fitmio~. Appli~ons from State and local governmen~ ~e subject to the provisio~ of ~e common rule for S~te ~d l~ grit administration, 'Unifo~ Admini~tra- five Requiremen~ for Gr~ ~d Cooperative Agreemen~ S~te ~d Lo~ Gove~en~." dated M~ch 11, 1988. ~e st~d- ard app~ivaticn fo~ as f~h~ by ~he FederM agency ~d re- quired by OMB Circular No. A-102 must be used for this pro- gram. Award Pr~edure: Applications are reviewed by state histo~ca] records ad~o~ boar~, subject ~ specialis~ ~d o~er appro- priate individ~s. G~t aw~ds are recommended by the National Hisiorical Publi~tlons and Records Commhsion at ~ennial meet- ings. Gr~ are formally made by the Arc~st of the United Sta~ to ~e applic~t institution or individual by letter. Deadlinem Con~ct the National Histodcal Publications and Records Comm~sion headquarters office. R~ge of Approv~pprov~ T~e: From 4 to 6 monks. Ap~: Applications may ~ re~sed and r~ubmitted in accordance with ~tablished procedures. RenewS: ProCures for the renew~ of applications are the ~e the o~ginai application procedure proc~s. ASSI~ANCE CONSIDE~TIONS: Formula and Matching Req~remen~: Subject to considerafion~ de- pending on the project. ~n~h ~d Time Ph~ing of A~is~ce: V~ de.haling on scope of project. POST ASSI~ANCE REQUIREN~N~: Repots: Financial s~tus repo~ and nar~tive progress repov~ are required for ~l grants. S~d~d Fo~ 269, Fhancial S~ Re~rt, shall ~ used for ~l fin~ci~ repot; which are due 30 days after the end of ~ch 12-month pe~. N~afive rep~s due 30 days after the end of each 6-month pe~od. Final repogs are due within 90 days after the expiration or te~ination of the g~nt pe~od. Grants with a duration of six months or l~ requi~ a final report only. Audi~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A- 128. 'Audits of State and Lo~! Government%" S~te and governmen~ that receive fm~vial ~t~ce of $1~,~ or more within ~he S~te's fiscal y~ have an audit made for that ye~. State and lo~l gove~men~ that receive ~tween $25,~ and $1~,~ within the S~e's f~cal y~ shall have ~ audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accor~ with Fed- ~der OMB Circuhr No. A-I33, Aud~ cf Insfitu~zns cf Higher Recor~ ~e grantee insti~dcn ~ r~cr~ which fully dis- cl~ the ~ount ~d disunion of g~ fun~ ff.e t~l ~ unfl~g, t~c ~rfion of th~ ccst suppled by ¢~ sourcm, ~fl such o~er records ~ will fac~i~te ~ eff~five ~AN~ ~O~IA~ON: Account I~enfifi~fio~: PROG~I ACCOMPLI~: In fiscal year 1995, 102 grit plJ~o~ were reviewed and 111 ~ants were awarde~. In ye~ 1996, it is ~timaSe~ that 2~ grant appli~fions will be re- viewed ~d 10~ gr~ w~ll be ~w~ed. In fis~ year 1997 fi~ated that 250 g~t applications will be re~ewe~ ~ 110 ~ts ~]l ~ awarded. ~G~ATION$, G~DEL~, A~ L~E~: Orant applica- tion brooh~. 36 CFR 12~12~. I~O~ON CO~A~S: Re0on~ or ~ O~ce: None. H~d¢~e~ O~ce: National Archiv~ a~d Records A~m~st~tion, Nation~ H~to6cal Publi~fions and Records Come.ion, Nation- al Archiv~ Bulldog, W~h~n~on, DC 2~8, Telephone: (202) 901-~610. ~LA~D PROG~S: 4&149, Promotion of the Hum~ities--Divi- sion of Pr~ation ~d EX~IPLES OF ~ED PRO3E~: 1) D~ument~ e~ifing pro~ects to publ~h the ~apers of ~om~ 3effe~on, ~y~es Grit, M~fin Luther King, It., and other figur~ impo~t Unite~ S~tes histo~; 2) ~ pro~ect to develop a ~fion~ ~ata b~e of historical records info~afion in the R~ch L~brad~ Infor- mation Network (RUN); 3) a pro~ect to put a museum's coIl~- tion of phom~aphic ~mag~ on videod~c us~g dir~t.to~sc cording equipment and to hold a wor~hop for museum, libra., ~d archives personnel to demonstrate the system; 4) a pro~ect to develop a county's ~chives and records m~agement program. ~e pro~ect will ~nvlude a survey ~d invento~ of county record& prepa~don of ~etenfion schedules for all r~ords finding aids for archival re~rds, pr~e~afion microfilm~B, and wor~ho~s for county C~R~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: See prog~m guidelines. 888 6-96 T157691712
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UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE 91.001 INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT--RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FEDERAL AGENCY: UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE AUTHOItIZATION: United States Institute of Peace Act: Department of Defense Authorization Act of 1985, Title XVII, Public Law 525, 98 Sta~. 2492, 2649, 22 U.S.C. 4601, Section 1701. OBJECITvT.S: To provide S~pl~rt for education and training, re- search, and p~zbIic information on international peace and conflict resolution. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Orants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: The Unsolicited Grant Progr~,n provides support for research by scholars; the development of cur- ricula and materials from high school through post-graduate pro- grams; media programming, including the development of mated- als for television and radio; developing library programs, dana- bases, and bib$iographies and implementing collection develop- ment. Funds are not provided for projects that intervene in ongo- ing disputes or involve lobbying. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Al~ldlcant Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, official public institu- tions, and individuals. Grantees may be U.S. citizens, nonprofit or- ganizations, and official public institutions, or foreign nationals and foreign nonprofit institutions. Beneficiary EligibiLltT: Nonprofit organizations, official public institu- tions, and individuals. Grantees may be U.S. citizens, nonprofit or- ganizations and official public institutions, or foreign nationals and foreign nonprofit institutions. Credentiul~/Documentatiou: Resume/curriculum vitae. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~lication Cocrdinafion: None. Appli~tion Procedure: All applicants must submit their project on an official application form (USIP Form 10C, Revised February 1994), with accompanying documentation as described therein. Award Procedure: The formal grant review process involves exami- nation of applications first by Institute staff, followed by review by expert panels drawn from outside the Institute, and finally by the Institute's Board of Directors, which makes the final decision on awards. Outside Teview of an application may also be sought as part of the review process. De~lline~: There are two cycles in the Unsolicited Grant Program: for the fall cycle, the application deadline is October 1 and the tification date is early February. For the spring cycle, the applica- tion deadline is April 1 and the notification date is late July. t~u~¢ of Approval/Di~approvul Time: Approximately 4 months. Appeals: None. Renewul~: Grantee may submit an application for renewed funding after all requirements on the previous grant are fulfilled. Renewed funding request wLll by submitted to the Board of Dire~'tors for review. Grantees may request an extension of an ongoing project by submitting a letter to the Director of the Grant Program. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: This program has no statutorT requirements. Length and Time Phasing of A~t~ta~'e: Grants are typically one or two years in duration, however, short-term undertakings are also appropriate. Funds are released a:~ording to the s~hedule negoti- ated between USIP and the grantee. All f~ds m~st be spent cr ob]igated w~thin tee wtablished grant period. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Relmrt~. I~terim performance rel~rts - n~rm~ive and finan~al -are ~mi~ed according t~ L~e ~kedule n.-go~a~i b~tween U$IP and the grantee. Phial reports are d~e 93 days after the end of t~e Amlit~. The Imtitute reser~.es ~he right to a'ad~t grant projects and ~-~I1 do ~_a from t~me to tL~e as it see~ fit. For all gran~ of $40~0(O or more, the grantee mast arrange for a finan=ial a,:~it cf gran: cx- ~nditur~. Au~ conducted in cempli~ce ~ O~ C~c~ar A-133 ~y be submitted ~y ~ante~ to ~tisfy ~e ~titute's audit requ~em~. rear&, and MI other records ~n~t to th~ g~ sh~l ~ re- ded by the ~tee t~r ~ee ye~s following ~e sub~ssinn ef the final re~ of project ex~ndit~r~. ~AN~ ~O~ON: Accost Iden~fion: 95-13~1-153. Obli~fio~: (Gr~) ~ 95 $2,362,~; FY 96 ~t $2,1~,~; ~d ~ 97 ~t $~1~,~. ~ge ~d Average of F~ ~ce: ~e avenge award in the Unsolicited G~t Pro~ is $32,~. ~e actu~ ~ount of ~y g~t is b~ed on the proposed budget and subsequent negotiations ~th su~ful applic~. PR~ ACCO~L~~: ~e Unsolieit~ G~t Prog~ ~ made more th~ 650 aw~ds. Gr~t~ have produced more • ~ 1~ books, 156 a~icl~, ~d 54 unpublished mono~p~ ~d man~cripts. In addition, gr~tees have completed two simula- tions; two se~ of c~culum mate~; one dir~to~ enfitl~ G~de to Peace R~rch in W~te~ Europe; ~d one cunferen~ re~ on P~ce ~d Secu~ty in ~e Asia Pacific Re,on. REG~ONS, G~EL~, ~D L~~ Feder~ Re~- ter No. 3155~1. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~on~ or ~ Office: Unsoficited Grit Progr~ U~ted S~t~ Institute of Peace, 1550 M Sgeet, ~., Suite 7~, Washington, DC 2~5. Telephone: (202) 429-3842. Head~e~ Office: Office of Public Afros, Unit~ States Institute of P~ce, 1550 M StreeL ~., Suite 7~, W~hington, DC 2~5. ~A~ PR~: None. E~L~ OF ~ED PRO~: 1) A g~t to suppo~ a criti- cal ~ysh of ~s conWol in W~tem diplom~y from the 19~ centu~ to ~e pre~n~ 2) A grit to suppo~ r~e~ch on the psy- cholo~c~ and spifitu~ roo~ of nafion~ism and i~ potenti~ for constructive ~d d~trucfive ends. 3) A g~t to suppo~ a confer- ence ~d workshop on s~te-of-the-a~ techniques promoting dia- Io~e acro~ id~looc~ ba~e~. 4) A grant to suppo~ r~ch on the dete~in~ts of ~temational conflic~ ex~ning the role of ~pula~on, resource, ~d technology in s~ping s~te ~havivr. 5) A grit to add to the pe~anent ¢u~c~um of a unive~ity, one mulfidiscipl~y ~d five depa~men~l coupes on international peace ~d conflict r~olution and conduct a tfi~ wor~hop on s~- ond~y sch~l t~c~g of peace ~d conflict r~olution ~d con- duct a t~al wor~hop on secon~y sch~l t~v~ng of ~ace ~d conflict r~olufion. ~ FOR S~G PROPOSe: ~ ev~uat~g ~t ap- plications, centr~ concerns will include: 1) the sig~fic~ of the project to the Institute's ~date ~d the subj~t ar~ of s~ciM ~terest identified by the Institu~; 2) evidence that ~e project will not s~ply dupH~te e~g ~owl~ge or pro~; 3) the likeli- hood • at the proj~t ~11 m~e a si~t con~bufion to ~e field ~ ~hol~p ~d knowledg~ 4) the ~ef~ of the pro- pond p~oduet ~ f~fd~g ~e Imfitute's m~date. ~e Imfi~te is p~cularly inter~t~ in proposes that ~vision a s~ifiv pr~uct of en~g v~ue. 91.~2 ~NA~ON~ PEA~ ~ CO~I~ AUtOmatON: Unit~ S~t~ I~fir~e cf F~ce A~; ~f Delete A~o~fion Act of 19S5, T~tle ~. Pablic ~w 9~ 525, 9~ S~ 2492, 2~9, ~ U.S.C. 4~I, ~u~n 170L 6-96 889 TI57691713
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~ OF AShlANd: Pro~ect Grants. provid~ saFFon for r~ch ~ s~h~I~; ~ de~*lopm~t cf c~r- ficula ~d ma*~Ms from high ~h~l t~rcu~ post-~d~te grams; mcd~a Fro~m.ing, ~ludicg the de~clopmcnt of ma~H- als for tde~isioa ~d ~di~; ds~'d~ing libr~ pro~s, dab- bles, =d hiblio~aphi~ =d implementing collection develop- ment. ~e 1997 Solicited Grant Topi~ will be ~nounced in late SeFtembcr. Funds arc not Fro~ded for projec~ that indigene in ongoing disput~ or involve lobbying. ELIG~ REQ~~S: Ap#ic~t Eli~ili~,: Nonprofit dry--flora, o~cial public institu- tions, ~d individuals. Gr~te~ may be U.S. citrons, nonprofit or- gani~tions ~d o~ciM public in~itutions, or forei~ nadonMs and foreign nonprofit institutions. Beneficia~ EB#biB~: Nonprofit organlzmions, o~cial public insti- tutions, and ~dividuMs. Gr~te~ may ~ U.S. circus, nonprofit organizations and official public institution~ or foreign nationals ~d forci~ nonprofit ins~tutions. Creden~ogmenmflon: R~me/cu~culum vitae. APPLICA~ON A~ AWeD PRO~S: Pr~on ~r~naflon: None. Ap~li~ Proc~ure: Afi applicanm must submit their proj~t on an o~cial ap#icmion fo~ (SO Form 10B), with accompan#ng documentation ~ described therein. Awed Procedure: The fomal grit review proce~ involves exami- nmion of applications fi~t by Institute staff, followed by review by expert panel drawn from ou~ide the Institute, ~d finally by the full Board, which makes the final decision on aw~ds. Outside review of an application may also be sought as part of ~ review proc~s. Destines: The Solicited Grit Deadline is January 2 notifi~tio~ is e~ly April. Range of Approv~isapprovM Time: Approximately 4 months. Ap~ea~: None. Re~ewlls: Grantees may submit an appli~tion for renewed funding after all requirements on the previous grit ~e fulfilled. Renewed funding requ~t will be submitted to the Board of Directors for review. Grantees may request an extension of an ongoing project by submitting a letter to the Director of the Grit Program. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDERA~ONS: Fom~a ~d Miteh~g R~emen~: ~s program h~ no statutory requirements. ~n~h tad Time P~ing of Assis~¢e: Grants arc typic~ly one to two years i~ d~atlon, however, shoa-term unde~kings ~c ~so appropriate. Funds are rel~sed according to the ~hedulc negoti- reed between USIP and the grantee. All funds m~t b~ spent or obligated wi~in the ~tablished grit ~riod. POST ASSIST~ R~: Interim financial ~d perform~ce r~m ~e submitted ac- cording to the ~hcdulc negotiated between USIP =d the greece. ~nal fm~ci~ ~d performance repots are dun ~ ~ys after the end of the grit period. Au~: The Imtkute r~e~'~ the right to audit ~t projects will do so from time to time as it sees fit. For all gr~ of or more, ~e gr~t~ must aware for a fin~M audit of grit ex- penditure. Audi~ conducted in complete with OMB Circular rc~or~, an~ all o~:r rec.:r~ pe~ent t~ tge g~t ~hMl ~ re- the ~1 repo~ of proje~ e~endit~re;. ~AN~ ~O~ON: OkB~fio~: (Gr=N) ~" 95 $6S9,~; ~" 96 ~t $1,IC~£(~; and ~" 97 ~t R~ge ~fl A~e~ge ~f Nnanetil ~sNNnee: ~e a~erage award in the SoEeited Grit Program is $32£~, Mth~ugh somewhat l~ger g=~ ~e Mso awarded. The aetuN ~ount of ~y g~t is b~ed on the proposed budget and subsequent negotiations with suee~s- ful apNiean~. PROG~f ACCO~LIS~: The Solicited Grant Program has made more than 210 awards. Grante~ have pt~ueefl more than 1~ books, 156 a~iel~ and 54 unpublished monogaphs and manuscripts. In addition, grantees have comOeted two simula- tions; two se~ of curriculum mate~al; one directory entitled Guide tu Peace K~eareh in Western Europe; one conference repo~ on P~ce ~d Security in the ~ia Pacific Region. REG~ATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND L~TURE: Federal Reg- ister No. 3155-01. INFOR3~TION CO~A~S: Re#o~ or ~1 Office: Solicited Grant Program, United States Institute of Peace, 1550 M Street, NW., Suite 7~, W~hington, DC 2~5. Telephone: (202) 429-3842. Heaflqu~em Office: ONce of Public Affairs, United Stat~ Institute of Pea~, 1550 M Street, NW., Suite 7~, Washington, DC RELATED PROG~tS: None. EXAMP~ OF ~ED PROffE~ The 1995 Solicited Grant Topics were: 'Intervention strategies," 'Negotiation: Research and Training." ~e 1996 Solicited Grant Topics were: New Ap- proaches to Conflict M~agement, Peacemaking and P~cekeep- ing; Economic and/or Environmental Factors and lntemationM Conflict; Prof~sio~l Conflict Remlution TrMning Programs and MatefiMs; Cross-Cultural Negotiations R~earch ~d Training. 1997 Solicited Topics will be announced in late September. ~R~ FOR SEEE~G PROPOSAl: In evaluating grant plications, eenUM concerns will include: 1) the significance of the project to the subject areas of special interest of the sNieitation; 2) evidence that the project will not simply duplicate existing knowl- edge or programs; 3) ~he likNih0od that the project w~l make a significant contribution to the field in scholarship and knowledge; 4) the usefulness of the proposed product in fulfilling the Insti- tute's m~flate. ~e Institute is particularly interested in progomls that envision a specific product of enduring value. 890 6-96 T157691714
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NATIONAL COUNCIL ON DISABILITY 92.001 NATIONAL COUNCIL ON DISABILITY fNCD) FEDERAL AGENCY: NATIONAL COUNCIL ON DISABILn~" AUTHORIZATION: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as ~mended, 29 U.S.C. 780-785: Technology-Related Assistance for lndividuais with Disabilities Act of 1988, Public Law 100-407. OBJECTIVES: To develop, recommend, and monitor the effective- heSS of public policies for persons with disabilities and advise the President and Congress. To disseminate information to the popula- tion of people with disabilities. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICI'IONS: Research studies are conducted in order to review and collect data on the status of various systems and programs for persons with disabilities. Funds may be used to lease property, however, property cannot be purchased. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Public nonprofit institutions, private nonprofit institutions and individuals are eligible to apply. Beneficiary Eligibility:. Persons with disabilities and those providing services to people with disabilities will benefit. Credentials/Documentation: Documentation of knowledge of the var- ious subject areas, knowledge of the status of persons with disabil- ities and/or programs serving persons with disabilities. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Prenplilicafion Coordinatl0n: Announcements are made in Commerce Business Daily. Announcements are sent to all interested parties. A session is held after the mailing of the materials to answer any questions. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Applications are sent to the National Council on Disability, 1331 F Street, NW., Washington, DC 20004-1107. All applications received are reviewed by a panel of experts highly knowledgeable of the subject area. A passing score is deter- mined prior to the rating. All applicants with a passing score or higher are submitted to a panel of Council members for review and ranking. Award Proeeaure: The award is made by the Executive Director with the approval of the Executive Committee of the National Council on Disability. D~dliues: Deadlines are announced during the application process. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: The range is from 30 to 60 days. A]ppeals: Not applicable. Renewals: Projects terminate at the completion of the studies. There are no renewals. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formala and Matching Requirements: There is no statutory formula or matching requirements. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Funds must be expedited within the time frames established in the proposal. Payments are made as required by the individual contractor. POST .aSSISTANCE REQ~'TS: Relmrts: Interim progress reports must be submitted m~ntl~y; reports cf expenditures are due monthly. Audits: Audits are periodically conducted on a random b~i~ to ensure the efficient expenditures cf ftmds. Records: Records must be maintained of all activities and submitted to the agency upon completion of the projects. The agency will maintain the records for up to three years. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Idc~tiflcaflom 95-3500-0-1-506. Obligations: (Contracts) PT 95 $I00,000; FY 96 est $300,000; and FY 97 est $0. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: The contract range is from $25,000 to $200,000. PROGRAIVI ACCOMPLISHbIENTS: Five contracts have been com- pleted. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERA'I'URE: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended in 1986; and the Technology Related As- sistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1988, Public Law 100-407 apply. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional o~ Local Office: None. Headquarters Office: Executive Director, National Council on Dis- ability, 1331 F Street, NW., Suite 1050, Washington, DC 20004- 1107. Contact: Ethel D. Briggs. Telephone: (202) 272-2004. Use the same number for I~I['S. RELATED PROGRANLS: 53.001, Employment Promotion of People with Disabilities; 84.024, Early Education for Children with Dis- abilities. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: Awards were made to: (1) Conduct a study on the quality of education for students with dis- abilities; (2) study health insurance and health rclatcd ~ervices for persons with disabilities; (3) study the financing of assisting tech- nologicai devices and services; and (4) monitor the Americans with Disabilities Act. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: The criteria for select- ing proposals are based upon the following: (a) Technical ap- proach (30 points); Co) understanding the problem (20 points); (c) management plan schedule (20 points); (d) personnel (15 points); and (e) organizational experience (15 points). 6-96 891 T157691715
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 93.001 C'~q:L RIGHTS COMPLIANCE A~'HVtIU:S FEDERAL AG~': O~ICE OF ~E SECTARY, DEP~T- X~NT OF ~AL~ A~ ~N SER~C~ A~O~ON: Ci~l ~gh~ Act of 19~, Title VI, ~ ~en~ed; Rehab~i~tion A~t of 1973. Section ~, ~ ~end~d; ~ucafion Amendments of 1972, Tiflv IX; Age Discfimina~on Act of 1975, ~ mended; Communi~tious Act of 19~, ~ ~ded, Public Teleco~afi~ns Fin=cing Act of 1978; Non~fim~ation Provisio~ of ~e ~blic HeM~ Se~ Act. Titles VI, VII. and ~q, ~ amended; Omnib~ Budget R~onciliafion Act of 1981, Public ~w 97-35, ~ ~ended; ~ag Ab~ Off~e and Tr~tment Act of 19~2, Section ~7; ~mprehensive Alcohol Abme ~d Alcoholism Prevention, Tr~tment ~d Rehab~tion Act of 1970, Section 321. ~ amended; F~y Violence Preven- tion ~d Settees Act, ~ ~ende~ Section 307 (a)(l) add(2), Public Law 98-457; Amed~s with Di~bilities Act. Title II. Sub- fiil~ A, Public ~w 101-33& O~E~: To el~ate unlawful discrimination and ensur~ equM op~fi~ for ~neficiafi~ and ~tentiM benefici~ of Feder- al fin~ ~is~nce provided by the Dep~ment of HeMth and Human Se~¢ic~ (HHS), ~ well as to eli~nate unlawful ~scfimi- nation aga~st thee involved in progr~ and activiti~ conducted by HHS on the b~is of any indi~d~l's disabilities. The O~ce for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces v~o~ civil rights laws ~d regula- tions that prohibit discrimination on a variety of b~ including race, color, national oH#n, mental and physi~l disabiliti~, and age. ~e enfor~ment r~nsibiliti~ include the community service ~ur~ce under which h~lth oar~ fa~liti~ a~isted by the Hill-Bmon Act must provide health ~re se~ices to MI persons r~iding or employed in the se~ice ~ without disc~ation; the nond~cdm~tion prov~ions enacted under the heal~ care ~d other block gran~ administered by the Department; and the nondiscrimination provisions of the Family Violence Prevention and Se~ic~ Act, which prohibit discdminmion on all of the b~es ~sted above, ~ wall ~ sex and tell#on. Under Title It, Subtitle A of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 19~0, OCR is the HHS agency d~ignated to enforce the nondiscriminmion provisions based on disab~ity in progr~s, se~ices and regulatory acti~ties of publi~ entiti~ relating to the provision of health ~re and sociM se~i~. ~ OF ASS~TAN~: lnv~tigation of Com#aints; Dive.nation of Technic~ Info~ation. US~ AND USE R~IONS: The O~ce for Civil Rights, p~ment of H~lth ~d Human Servi~ is responsible for ensur- ing that HHS ~n~ficiafi~ of feder~ly-~sisted programs r~eive ~nefi~ without discrimination. ~e benefi~ are provided through State agencies, nu~ing homes, skilled nursing facilities, medical la~ratoH~, hospital~ day care centers, social se~ice agenci~ ~d o~er providers. Any pe~on who believ~ that he or she has ~n di~inated against in the provision of se~,ic~ be- ca~ of ra~, color, national origin, di~bility, sex, religion or age. may file a compl~t with the O~ce for CivB Right~ Depa~ment of H~th ~fl Hum~ ~ic~. Individ~ls may also file com- phin~ of ~x d~fi~afion in h~th ~ing programs re~iving FederM finm~l ~Amnee. ~d complMn~ of deni~s of health c~e for r~ns o~er than th~ n~d ~d avMlability of servia, by reeipien~ of Hill-Ba~on ~an~ ~fl lo~s. As stated above. ~R h~ e~orcemem res~us~ili~ under the Americans with ~mbilifi~ AcL Any ~n who be~eves that he or she h~ ~ d~ed ~nefi~ in h~th ~d hum~ ~ic~ prog~ ~fl a~ivi- ti~ conda~ by S~te or I~ goriest ~fifi~, b~e ~ ~b~ty, may file a ccm~l~l ~ ~e O~ce for Civil ~gh~, Dep~ent of H~ ~ud Haman Ser~-ic~, ~e Office will mx~tiga~e com~Iain~ and ~e ste~s to ~are 892 ELIGIBILn-Y REQUIAZEMENI'S: Aplfllcant Eliga~illt~-: Anyone w~,o believes he cr she b.as been dis- criminated against ia the manner outlined above a~d recipients of Federal financial assis,, ~ce who desire re-clinical assistance mad in- formation for the purpose of assuring their compliance with non- discrimination laws. Beneficlm'y Eligibi/ity: lndividua/s subject to discrimination and re- cit~ients who reqmre technical a~sistance and information. Credent/~ls/Documentatlon: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: PretitFlieatian Coordination: Contact the Director, Office for Civil Rights. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Complaints may be filed and technical assist- ance information requested at the Headquarters and Regional Office locations of the Office for Civil Rights. Award Procedure: Not applicable. Deadlines: A complaint must be filed not later than 180 days from the last act of the alleged discrimination, unless the time for filing is waived for good cause by the Regional Man~ger or National Director. Rmtge of Approval/Disapproval Time: Not applicable. Appeals: None. Renewals: Not applicable. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formult aud Matching Requirements: This program has no statutory formula or matching requirements. L~gth and "lime Phasing of As*L~ee: Not applicable. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Re~rts: Not applicable. Audits: Not applicable. Records: Not applicable. FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Account Ideuttfication: 75-0135-0-1-75 !. Ohfig~timm: (Salaries and Expenses) FY 95 $21,997,000; FY 96 est $19,467,000; and FY 97 est $21,790,000. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: Not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENt: In fiscal year 1995, 2,094 indi. vidual complaints of discrimination were filed with OCR. OCR completed action on 2,358 complaint cases, including cases carried over from the preceding year. leaving a year-end inventory of 838 pending complaints. In fiscal year 1996, OCR expects to receive 2,135 complaints. For fiscal year 1997, OCR expects to receive 2.180 complaints of diseriminstion. Post-grant reviews of compli- ance and investigations address a variety of possible discriminatory practices under OCR's many statutory authorities. They are not necessarily related to individual complaints. In fiscal ),ear 1995, OCR completed 133 post-grant reviews of compliance and investi. gations. It is estimated that 127 post-grant reviews of compliance and investigations will be conducted in fiscal year 1996; and 895 reviews of compliance and investigations will be conducted in fiscal year 1997. Approxiraately 105 reviews of compliance and in- vestigations will be closed in fiscal year 1996: and 694 in fiscal year 1997. To encourage voluntary compliance by recipients, OCR offers technical assistance. This includes developing and dis- seminating compliance information, conducting workshops for re- cipients, designing model compliance plans for various types of covered programs, and training State and local officials who are responsible for aclfieving compliance. These activities are intended to provide recipients with the skills needed to apply the statutes to p2~lioular circm~.stanees. As a result, tee technical assistance pro- gram promises sigmficant l~ng-term benefits by hdping to prevent and elimina:e di~rim~natcry practices. REGULATIONS, GUIDELLNES, .~ND LITERATURE: Title VI of tl'~e Cirri RJght~ Act ef 196~, the ~mt~!ementmg regulation and fact ~eet enlit2cd "~\-xir Rigl:ts Ur.der Tide VI of the Civil Rights Act 6-96 T1576917"16
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of I964"; ~e~on ~{~ cf ~e Re2mb~h:a~n Act of l~7~-~e me~ng r~ah~n for HHS f~d~ pro~ ~nd a~fi~ ~def- H~di~ps Under ~ficn ~" ~d "Y~ ~gh~ ~ a Pe~n ~' Infection, AIDS, or ReIat~ ~ndificn~'-~d ~e ~S ~- ~on $~ f~crMiy conda~ re~Mzfion; Age D~fion Act of 197~-~#~en~g rez~fiom ~S and gove~t-wide), ~d fact sh~t "Yc~ ~#m Under ~e Age D~fi~n Act"; ~mmunity St~ce A~ce Of the H~l-B~en Re~Iation fact sheet '~mmunity ~cc Ass~cc Under the Hill-Bu~on Act"; Sex Disc~fion ~ H~*h-Rzlat~ TrM~ng Prog~s rc~laficn, ~d various o~ ci~ql fi#~ publi~fio~. ~1 li~- turc b av~ab!t at no ch~ge; however, b~au~ of budg~ con- strMn~ and avMlabBity of stock, q~tifi~ may be limited. Some publications arc availabls in a l=~agc o~cr ~ Englis~ ~d ~vcral ~e avMlable on audio ~tt~ computer diskette, ~d in brMlle. ~FOR~ON CO~A~S: Re#onfl or ~ O~ce: Regionfl M~ager, Offic* for Ci~l ~gh~, ~S Re#onal O~c~. (S~ Ap~ndix ~ of ~ ~og for list- H~s O~te: Director, Policy ~d S~cial Pr~ec~ O~ of the Director, Room 5034, Cohen B~Iding, 330 Indm pendenee Avenue, SW., W~h~gton, DC 20201. Telephone: (202) 619-~71. Director, O~ce for Civil ~gh~, O~c~ of th~ ~cre- ~, Dep~ent of H~ ~d Hum~ Se~ic~, Room ~hen B~lding, 330 Ind~p~nden~ Avenue, SW., W~hin~on, DC 20201. Telephone: (202) 619-~3. ~S is not av~lable. ~LA~D PR~S~ None. E~P~ OF ~ PRO~S: Not applicable. ~R~A FOR SE~ PROPOSAl: ~ot appli~ble. 93.~ ~ONSUMER A~ ~DE~ A~EN~: U.S, OFFICE OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, O~ICE OF THE SECR~ARY, DEPARTMENT HEALTH AND ~MAN SERVICES A~O~ON: Executiv~ Order 11566, October 26, 197~ Execu- tive Order 11583, Feb~y 24, 197~, ~ amended; Executive Order ! 1702, ~anu~y 25, 1973; Executive Order 121~, Sept~m~r 26, 1979; Reorga~zation Plan ~o. 1, 1953, 67 S~t. 631, 42 U.S.C. 3501 Note. O~E~: To enco~age b~ine~ and government to recognize the inter~ ~d responsibiliti~ of consume~ ~ th~ ffe~ ente~dsc system; to pr~ent the view~iat of co~umers within ~e Feder~ gove~ent; ~d to help ~divid~ ci~ens deal more effectively ~ the marketphc~. ~e O~c~ of ~mer Affai~ (OCA) Direc- tor se~ ~ Ch~an of the Consumer Aff~rs ~uneil; ~d as h~d of the U.S. delegation to the Org~i~fion for ~onomic ope~fion ~d D~velopment's ~mmi~ee on ~nsumer Policy. ~P~ OF ~A~: Di~e~ation of T~hnical Info~ation. ~S~ A~ USE R~ONS: Inform~t~n m~y be obeyed consumer eduction ~d Feder~ consmer proem, ~d private org~izatio~ for ~he advancement of th~ interns of consumes. A~ll~t E~fli~: Individual consume~, busin~, civi~ ~d other nonprofit groap~, ~adc ~iations, ~d Smt~ and 1o~1 govem- men~ my requ~t info~afion of the U.S. O~ce of ~nsm~r Aff~. ~e~ E~: The g~er~ public or ~y entity using the ~ic~ pro~dded. ~e~~enmflom None. ~PHCA~ON ~ AW~ PROS: ~appH~ ~fiom: None. ~is prog~ ~ excluded from cove~ge ~der E.O. 1~72. A~p~on ~me: S~t a letter to H~e~ O~ce lht~ ~low for Aw~ P~ N~t apgli~ble. ~ of A~m~~ ~me: Not Ap~: Not appEca~le. ~96 Remewtlt: Not ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: PO~ ~~ Re~ Net appli~ble. Au~ Nvt appli~ble. Re~r~: Not ~~ ~O~ON: $1,619,~ ~d ~ 97 ~ R~ge ~d Average of F~ ~i~mce: Not avplicable. PROG~ A~O~L~~: ~ fi~ y~ 19~5, the USOCA s~ pla~ed M~ pdodty on pro~dding id~ and incentiv~ to ca- co,age volley acdon by b~in~, consumer groups and State and lo~ gove~men~ ~ ~eu of FederM re~latio~; will monitor consumer proem of Fede~ agencies; and will ~e ~ a ca~- lyst to ~prove ~e h~g of compl~n~ by Federal agencies ~d by State ~d 1~ gove~men~, bus~ and volun~y ~ou~. ~nsumer eduction, co~umer privacy, and international ~ade i~u~ Mso continue to ~ a ~gh p~odty. REG~ONS, G~EL~, ~D L~RE: ~e 'Consum- er's R~o~ce H~dbook" a what-toMo, wh~e-to-go manual for finding ~th government and non-gove~ment sources of informa- tion ~d help wi~ r~ol~g co,met problem, is available free. Wdte to: Handbook, Co~mer Info~adon ~nter, Pueblo, CO 81~. ~FO~ON CO~A~S: Re#onal or ~ O~e: None. Hetdqumm O~ce: Director, U.S. Office of Consumer Affa~s, 750 17th S~eet, NW., Six~ ~oor, Washington, DC 2~6. Telephone: (202) 395-7~. ~S is not av~able. ~LA~ PROG~IS: 17.3~, ~nsumer Credit Prot~tion; 36.~1, FMr Com~tition ~ling and lnv~tigation of ~mplain~; 39.~, Consumer Info~afion ~nter; 58.~1, Securities--Investi- gation of Compla~ and SEC Information. EX~PL~ OF ~ED PRO~S: Not applicable. ~A FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Not appli~ble. 93.~3 PUBLIC HE~ AND SO~AL SERVI~ EMERGEN~ F~ ffropieai Storm ~be~o and Other Disaster Emergency Relied ~DE~ AGENt: OFFICE OF THE SEC~TARY, DEPART- ~ OF HEALTH AND HU~N SERVICES A~O~ON: Section 319 (a), Public HeMth Service Act. O~~: To profide supplemental funding for public h~th ~d s~i~ service emergend~ created by Tropi~ Sto~ Alberto ~d other nat~M di~. ~ OF ~~: Project Gran~. US~ A~ USE ~~ONS: Funds are available for public h~th ~d s~fl ~i~ emergenei~ crated by nat~al di~sters such ~ Tropicfl Sto~ Al~ao. Funds shMl ~ syllable for any activity autho~ by ~e Depmment of Health and Human S~,ic~ throu# the ~cre~, for repM~ or replacement of pro~y ~d in conn~fion ~ a Federal or federMly-~sisted progrm b~t ~aged or d~troy~ by a nat~ dieter, ~d for • e pro~ion to ~divid~ls ~d fmili~ ~tly aff~ted by ~e ~ter ~m cf t~e t~ provid~ under a progr~ cond~ct~ or ~ by ~e Dep~L Funds are ~ly appropriated to • e O~e of ~e ~rem~, but ~4~ly ~1 f~d~g is Mlc~ted to ~S age~i~ for award ~d ~G~ ~Q~~: A~U~t ~ F~e~ ~fl o~er ~ee pro~de~ ~ ~: Indi~d~s, f~fli~ Fede~L S~te and I~1 govemm~t age~ 893 T157691717
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A.PPLICATION &ND AWARD PRfN2ESS: Preal~llcatio,, Coot~llrmtion: Applicant should cons Jr the effi=e er c~t~al d~igazte~ as ~hc c~n~t ~o~ a~z] ~f,:~s~n on ap~h~tte~ a~d a~fl ~r~, An ~'~rcnm~ ~mpa=t m~nt ~d ~ ~vir~n~n~l imFa~t m~s~m~nt are r~quired far Fragra~. ~ program i~ eli~l= for coverage ~dcr ~O. 1~7~ 'lntergovemmenMl Review of Federal Prog~." An a~pli~nt ~oald co~aIt the office or offici~ d~i~a~d ~ the single ~int of contact in his t~r her State for more info~ati~n concerning ~e required process to ~ followed in applying for assist~ce if the S~te h~ selected the progr~ for review. A~li~on ~ocegure: Appli~nt should consult the o~¢e or offi- cial d~ignated as the ¢on~ct for additional information on the ap- plication procedure. Awed ~oced~e: Awards will be granted by agency or office ad- ministering the funds. Detdlin~: To be determined by agency or office administering the funds. ~ge of A~rov~t~roval ~ime: To be dete~ined by agency or office administering the t~nds. A~*~: None. Renew~s: Not applicable. ASSIST~ CONSIDE~TION8: Fomult ~g i~teh~g Requirement: This program h~s no statuto~" formula and matching requirements. Len~h ~fl Time Ph~ing of As~ismce: To he determined by agency or office administering the ~unds. POST ASS~TANGE REQUIREMENTS: Repot: Repo~ing requiremen~ have not ~en established at this time. Requirements will be transmitted to recipients. Audi~: In accordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Lo~! Government." State and local governments that receive financial ~sistanee of $1~,~ or more within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that yea~. State and local governments that receive between and $1~,~ within the State's fiscal year shall have an audit mad~ in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance wtth FederM laws ~nd regulations governing the programs in which they pa~ieipate. For nongovernmental grant recipient, audits are to be carried out in accordance with the provisions set forth in OMB Circular No. A-133. In addition, grants and cooper- ative agreements are subject to ins~ction and audits by DHHS and other Federal officials. Record: Expenditures and other financial records must be retained for 3 years from the day on which the grantee submits the last fi- nanclal s~tus re~ for the report period. FINAN~ INFORMATION: Account Iden~eatiom 75-01~-1-999. Obli~flons: (~ran~) ~' 95 $24,8~,735; FY 96 ~t $0; and ~ 97 est $0 R~ge ~d Average of ~i~i~ ~mnce: Not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLIS~tE~: Not applicable. REGU~TIONS, GUIDELI~, AND LI~RA~RE: Not avMlable at this time. Guidelines are exp~ted to be transmitted to recipients by agency or o~ce admin~tering the funds. INFO~%iATION CO~A~: Re~ion~ or ~! O~¢~ None. Hetg~u~ O~¢e: Public H~I~ S¢~ice: John C. W~t, Direc- tor, O~ce of ~e Assistant Secreta~, for H~hh, R~m ~-13, Parklawn Building, ~ Fishe~ Lane, R~kvill~ MD 20857. Telephone: (301) ~3-1478. Admin~trati~n for Chil~r~: No,an ~ompson, Deputy Director, O~ee of FinanciM M~agemenL Administration for Children and Famili~, 6~ FIc~r, Aerospace Building, 370 L'Enfant Promenade, SW., ~'~hingt~m DC 2~7. Teleph~-me: ~202) ~1-923L Admin~tmti~n cn Aging: Jack thy, D~rector, O~ce of Adm~tion m~A Managem=t, Ro~m 4659, Wilbur Z Cahen B~i~d~g, 330 Inde~ndence Av~e, SW., W~ktagt~n. DC 20201. Te~:~hor/e: (202) 6I~-C~41, (Us= ~e 894 RELATED PROGRAMS: EXAMPLE~ OF ~ PRO~S: N:t ~ FOR S~G PROPOSAl: To be d~te~ed agen~ or ot~ admimste~g ~ f~nds. 93,~1 SPE~ PROG~MS FOR ~ AG~ ~E ~, ~ER ~PROG~[S FOR P~~ON OF E~ER ~USE, ~GLE~, A~ E~LO~A~ON ~lfler Able Prevention) FEDE~ AGENt': ADM~IST~TION ON AGING, OF~CE OF THE SEC~T~Y, DEP~T~ OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SER~C~ AUTHOR~A~ON: Older Ame~c=s Act of 1965, Title IlI, P~s A and G, P~blic Law 89-73, as amended; Public Law 9042, 81 Star. 106; Public Law 91-69, 83 Star. 10g; ~blie Law 93-29, 87 S~t. 30; Public Law 93-351, 88 S~t. 357; Public Law 94-135, 89 S~t. 713; Public Law 95-65, 91 Star. 269; Public ~w 95478, 92 Smt. 1513; Public Law 97-115, 95 Stat. 1595; Public Law 98-459, 98 Smt. 1767; Public ~w 1~-175, 101 Smt. 926; S~tion 705, Public Law 1~-628; 42 U.S.C. 3022-303~p); Public Law 102-375. OBJE~IV~: To resist State Agenei~ on Aging to develop ~d en- hance programs wi~ r~peet to the prevention of abuse, negl~t, and exploitation of older individuals. ~P~ OF ~ISTAN~: Fo~ula Grants. USES AND USE R~ONS: Funds are awarded to Stat~ Agenci~ on AgOg to develop and enhance comprehensive and coordinated progrms for the prevention ~d treatment of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation, consistent ~qth relevant State law ~d eoor~nated with State adult protective se~ice aetivifi~. A State plan covering 2, 3, or 4 years, with annual revisions as nee- e~sary, must be submitted for approval to the ~sistant Secretary on Aging. Funds are used to develop, strengthen, and carry out activities for prevention and tr~tment of elder abuse, ne#eet ~d exploitation. ELIGIBILITY REQUIEMS: Applie~t Eli#bi~: All States and U.S. Territofi~ which have State Agenei~ on Aging designated by the gove~ors. Benefici~y Eli#bili~: Older individuals, ~pecially those older indi- viduals with the greatest s~ial ne~s and those with the greatest economic needs. Creden~s/Doc~en~fion: Costs wBl be detemined in accordance with 45 CFR, Pare 74 and 92. APPLICATION AND AWARD ~ROC~S: Preappli~tion Coordinifion: This program is subject to ~e State Plan Coordination Section of E.O. 12372. State plans are covered under thk~ Section, but Intergovemmenml ~nsd~tion Review is excluded. ~is program requires coordination in aceord~ee ~th 45 CFR, Par~ 74 and 92. The st~d~d application fo~s, ~ fur- nished by the Dep~ent of H~lth and Human Servic~ (DHHS), must be used for ~ progr~. Appli~fion Proeed~e: Consult the appropriate Regional Office for S~te application instructions. (See Ap~ndix IV of the Catalog0 Award Pr~ed~,: ~e Administration on Aging aw~ds funds through a statutory formula to State Agencies on A#ng. D~dline~: Funds are awarded to State Agenci~ on AgOg b~ed on the Federal fis~l year. R~ge of Approv~roval W~e: From 30 to 45 days. A~zt~: App~Is are pr~sed in aceord~e wi~ HHS re~latio~ in 45 CFR, Pa~ 16. RenewS: Applieatio~ ~e submitted for a 2-, 3-, or ~y~ and are revis~ ~ necesmry. ~SIST&NCE CONSID~TIONS: FormMa and Ma~g R~uiremen~: No matching ~ requked. ~t~tistieal factor ~ed for fund alk~cafi~n ~ the Smte Fopulati:n of ~v~s ~ ~ of age mn~ o~er ~fl the ~urce ~ the m~t ~m ~a~lable to the ~sis~t S~re~- for AgLng. In ~rimam Mlo~r, ts are ~¢mblished for S~. Stafisfi~l factc~ frr el~g~I~ d~ n~t apFly to ~s Fro~. ~is prog~ h~ 6-96 T157691718
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rr~r.ten~.r.ce of efro~ ~[OE) re.quL-~me~ks. See ~d~g fan~ ~in ~ F~ y~ for ~h~h they ~e appropriated. POST ~&N~ ~QU~~: Re~ SF 269 Fin=caM S~ Repo~ (Q~rterly), and the ~ Prog~ Perforate Repot. Au~m: A~di~ ~e confluv~d in a~r~ with the r~uiremen~ in 45 C~, P~ 74 ~fl 92. R~r~: R~ords must be m~ed for 3 ~C~ ~O~ON: A~ount Idm~fi~: 7~!42~ O~fio~g (Gmts) ~' 95 $4,732,~; ~' 96 est $4,732,~; and ~ 97 ~t $4,732,~. ~ge ~d Ave~e of F~ Ms,race: $2,156 to $~8,777; $81,543. PHOG~ ACCON~LIS~: ~nducted acti~fi~ such public education about ways ~ which older people are ~ctimized, counselling and ~istance for older people, technical ~ismce ~d training for professionals who provide ~ism~ to older dins. REG~TIONS, GUIDEL~, AND LI~~: 45 CFR 74 ~d 45 CFR 1321. INFO~A~ON CO~A~S: Re#on~ or ~10ffi~: Regional Adm~istrator, Ad~stration on Aging, Dep~tment of Health and Human Se~ic~, Region~ Of- rices. (See Appendix IV of the ~log.) Headqu~te~ Office: Mr. Willim Be~on, Deputy Amismnt Secre- tory for Aging, Administration on A~g, Depa~ent of HeMth and Human Se~ic~, W~hington, DC 20201. Telephone: (2~) 619-0556. Use the same number for ~S. RELAT~ PROG~MS: 93.~2, Speci~ Progr~s for the A#ng-- Title VII, Chapter 2--Long Te~ ~e Ombudsm~ Services for Older Individuals; 93.~3, SpeciM Programs for the Aong--Tifle III, Part F--Disease Prevention ~d Health Promotion Service; 93.~, Special Programs for ~e A#ng--Title III, Part B--Grants for Suppo~ive Services and Senior ~nters; 93.~5, SpeciM Pro- grins for the Aong--Tifle Ill, Pa~ C--Nutrition Services; 93.~6, Special Progr~s for the Aging--Tire lII, Part D--In- Home Se~ic~ for F~il Older Indi~duals; 93.~7, Special Pro- grams for the Aging--Title VI, Part A, Indi~ Progr~s; 93.~9, Special Programs for the Aging--Tide VII, Chapter 6--Aliot- men~ for Vulnerable Elder Rights Protection Programs. E~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: Not apOicable. ~R~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Aw~ are made on a noncompetitive basis. State ~ants are aw~ded upon approval of a State PI~. 93.042 SPECIAL PROGR~S FOR THE AGING~ ~E VH, ~A~ER 2--LONG ~RM CARE O~UDSMAN SERVI~S FOR OLDER I~I~DU~ (State Gr~ for ~ng-tem ~e Ombudsm~ Ser~c~) ~DE~ AGENt: ADMINIST~TION ON AGING, OFFICE OF THE SECR~ARY, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH A~ HU~N SER~CES A~O~ON: Older Ame~v~ Act of 1965, Title HI ~d Title VII, Chapter 2, Public Law 89-73, ~ amended; Public Law ~2, 81 Smt. 1~; Public ~w 91-69, 83 SmL 108; ~blic Law 9~-29, 87 StaL 30; ~lie ~w 93-351, 88 Smt. 357; ~liv ~w 9~135, 89 StaL 713; P~blic ~w 9~-65, 91 S~t. 269; P~blic Law 9~78; 92 Star. 1513; F~liv ~w 97-115, 9~ S~L 1595; ~bliv ~w 98 SmL 1767; P~blie ~w 1~175, 101 SmL 926; ~fi~n 705, O~E~: To ~sist S~te Agenci~ on Agog to ~bI~h ~d erate S~le-g~de pro~ for ~e ~rc.~on of omb~an ic~ for older ~flividu~ Ii~ng in long-te~ ~re ~T~ OF ~&N~: Fo~a G~n~. USES .MN'D USE ~CI'IONS: F~nd~ are awarde~l to S~t~ to dev~np or ~r~#~ ~ice systems ~ough d~i~a:ed Sta:e fi~ A S~te ~I~ covefi~g 2, 3, ~r 4 ~, ~ ~n~ ~ ncc~w, m'~t ~ suborned for a~rovM to ~e .~is~nt Sec- retaD' for A#ng. Fun~ ~e ~d to d~i~ and implement gra~ for ~e pro~ion of l~ng-t~ ~re ombudsman se~,ic~ for older ~divid~ living in leng-te~ ~e fac~ifi~ A~mt ~i~ Aft Smt~ aria U.S. Te~to~ which have State Agenci~ on Aging d~i~ated by ~e gove~ors. Benefl~ Hi~ifi~: Older inflividuMs r~i~g m institution~ Iong-te~ ~e fae~ifi~ or requi~ng ~sis~ in entering or transf~ng from such faciliti~. ~edenfi~umenmfiom Cos~ will be dete~ned in accord~ce wi~ 45 CFR, Pa~ 74 ~d 9X ~PLICA~ON A~ AWA~ PRO~S: ~ea~fi~fion C~r~ifion: ~is program is sub~ect to the State PI~ Coordination Section of E.O. 12372. State plans are covered under this Section, but In~rgove~ent~ ~ns~tatlon Review is excluded. ~is proem req~res coord~tion ~ accordance wi~ 45 C~, Pa~ ~4 and 92. ~e s~nd~d appli~fion fo~s, ~ f~- ~shed by ~e Dep~ent of H~ ~ Human Se~c~ ~S), must be us~ for this proem. A~li~fion Procedure: Consult the approp~te Re#onal Office for State appli~tion inst~etions. (See Appendix IV of the Catalog for listing.) Award Procedure: The Administration on A#ng aw~ds funds through a s~tutory fomula to State Agenci~ on Aging. D~dlin~: Funds ~e aw~ded ~ State Agenci~ on A#ng annuMly, base~ on the FederM fiscM y~r. ~ge of A~rov~t~rov~ ~ime: From 30 to 45 days. A~s: AppeMs ~e proee~ed in aecor~nce ~th HHS regulations in 45 CFR, Pa~ 16. Reaew~: Appli~tions are sub~tted for a 2-, 3-, or 4-year period and revised ~ neee~y. ASSISTANCE CON~ERATIONS: Format ~d Matching Req~emen~: No matching is required. The statistical factor used for fund ~l~adon is the State population of pe~ons 60 y~s of age and over ~d the source is the most recent dam av~lable to the A~is~t Secretly for Aging. In addition, minimum allotments ~e esmbl~hed for smaller States ~d Territo- ries. SmtisticM f~ton for eli#bility do not apply to this prog~. ~is program has m~nten~ce of effort ~OE) requirements. See funding agency for further derails. ~n# ~d T~e Phasing of ~ee: State agencies must obligate funds within the fiscal year for which they are appropriated. PO~ ASS~TAN~ ~QU~E~: Re~m: SF 269 ~m~cial S~t~ Repo~ (Qua~erly), and the Annual Progr~ Perfor~ce Re~rt. Audi~: Audits are conducted in accordance with ~e requirements in 45 CFR, P~ ~4 and 9X Reco~: Records must ~ maint~ned for 3 y~. ~ANC~L I~O~ON: Account Identifi~fion: 7~-0142-~t-~. Obfigafio~ (Gm~) ~" 9~ $4.~9,~; FY 96 ~t $4,~9,~; and ~ 97 ~t ~,~9,~. ~ ~ Ave~e of F~c~ A~ismee: $2,021 to $421,936; $76,667. PR~i ACCO~HS~N~: No dam actable. ~G~ONS, G~D~, A~ L~RA~: 45 C~, Parts 1321, 74, ~d 1327. ~O~TION CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ ~e: Region~ Ad~nis~tor, Ad~nist~on on AgOg, Dep~ent of H~ ~d Ha~ ~, Re#o~l Of- fic~. (See Ap~ndix ~ of ~e H~m~ O~: Mr. W~ Be~on, Deputy ~t ~e- t~• for A#ng, A~ais~a~on on Aging, Dep~t of H~ ~d H-~ ~'ie~, W~ington, DC 2~01. Telephene: (202) ~19~5~fi. Use ~e ~e n~mber for ~S. 6-96 895 TI57691719
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RE~T~D PROGR.m£~iS: 93.cM1. Special Pro~rams ~r Ti~ VIL C::a~:er ~Prv~ f~r Fre~ucn cf ~d~ A~ A~ng--Tkle HI. P~ F--Di~ Frev~fi~n ~d H~ From.:, t~cn ~c~: 93.C~, S~;~al Frc~am~ f~r ~e A#ng--Ti~e III, Fa~ B~Gr~ fur SaF~z~e ~i:~ and ~ni~r 93.~5, S~dal Fro~ams fur the A~g--Title IIL fi~n Servi:~ 93.~6, Special Pre~goms ~r the A~g--Ti~e HI, Part D--In-H~m~ S~'i:~ for F~I Older ~divid~s; 93.~7, SFecifl Pr~gr~,s f~r the A#ng--~tle VI, Pa~ A, Ind~n Pro- grams; 93.~8, S~ Programs for ~e A#ng--Title IV--Train- ing, R~rch ~d Discretions' Projec~ ~d Prongs. E~MPL~ OF ~ND~ PRO~S: Not applicable. ~A FOR SELE~G PROPOS.~: Awards are made on a noncompetitive basis. State grants are aw~ded on approv~ of a State Plan. 93.043 SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE AGING--- TITLE III, PART F--DISEASE PREVENTION AND HEALTH PROMOTION SERVICES (State Grants for Disease Prevention and Health Promotion) FEDERAL AGENCY: ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AUTHORIZATION: Older Americans Act of 1965, Title IlL Parts A and F, Public Law 89-73, as amended; Public Law 90-42, 81 Star. 106; Public Law 91-69, 83 Stat. 108; Public Law 93-29, 87 SLat. 30; Public Law 93-351, 88 SLat. 357; Public Law 94-135. 89 Star. 713; Public Law 95- 65, 91 SLat. 269; Public Law 95-478, 92 SLat. 1513; Public Law 9%115, 95 Star, 1595; Public Law 98-459, 98 Stat. 176"]; Public Law 100.175, 101 $tat. 926; Section 705, Public Law 100-628; 42 U.S.C. 3022-30300VI); Public Law 102-375. OBJECI'IVES: To assist State Agencies on Aging and area Agencies on Aging to carry out programs with respect to disease preven- tion and health promotion for older individuals. TYPES OF ASSISTANCEt Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds are awarded to States to develop or strengthen preventive health ~rvice and health promo- tion systems through designated State Agencies on Aging and area Agencies on Aging. A State plan covering 2, 3, or 4 years, with annual revisions as necessary, must he submitted to State agencies for approval. Funds are used to design and implement programs for periodic preventive health services to be provided at senior centers or alternative sites as appropriate. The preventive health services under this part may not include services eligible for reim- bursement under Medicare. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Aplflicant EHgibillty: All States and U.S. Territories which have State Agencies on Aging designated by the governors. Benefleiar~ Eligibility: Older individuals, especially those living in areas of States which are medically underserved and in which there are a large nnmber of older individuals who have the great- est economic need for the services. Credentlals/Doeumentatiom Costs will be determined in accordance with 45 CFR, Parts 74 and 92. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Pre~pltlRmtimt Coordi~ttion: This program is subject to the SLate PIa.n Coordination Section of E.O. 12372. State plum are covered under this section, hut iutergovernmenLal consOLation revte~, is excluded. This program requires coordination in accordartce with 4.'; CFR, Parts 74 and 02. The standard application forms, as fur- nished by the Department of Heidth and Human Services (DHHS). must be used for tlais appIi=afion. Apidltmtinn Pr~dure: Sta:e applicatlon b.sLra:ti~ns. (S~e Al~pemlix IV of ~he Ca'M.:&) Award Procedure: through a ~tatu, cr3 fcrm~ to SLate Agenzi~ ~.n Agirg, State 896 ~a~: Fan~ ~e a~arde~ t~ Sm~= Ag~:~ cn A~g b~ ca the Fed:~ f~l ~r ~ge of A~ov~./D~pprov~ Tm~ N~: A¢~s: AF~ ~e Frocked in acc~r~:e ~th ~S re~Iatio~ ia 45 CFR, F~ I& Renew~s: Ap~li~ti~ns are s~bmitted f~r a 2-,3-, or ~y~r =d ~e revised ~ .~S~AN~ CONS~ONS: Fo~ula ~fl Mat¢~ng Requirement: Progr~ are funded on a Federal/State matching b~gis ~ follows: Preventive H~th ~rv- i¢~. 85-15: (Older Americans Act, Section 303~ and ~h or in-kind r~ourc~ from nonfederM so~cm: for ~ch fi~ y~r, State r~ourc~ must provifle not less than 25 percent of the nonfederal shoe of each State's tot~ Title III ex~aditures from State or local public sources. ~e sLatisdcM factor used for fund Mlo~fion is the S~te population of pe~ons ~ y~rs of age and over b~d on the most recent da~ avMlable to the A~ismt Sec- retary for Aghg. This progr~ has maintenance of effo~ ~tOE) requirement. See funding agency for fu~her derails. ~n~ ~fl Time P~ing of ~s~ee: State agenci~ must obligate funds g~t~ the fiscM year for which they are appropriated. POST ASSISTAN~ ~QUIREMEN~: ReO0~: SF 269 Fin~cial Status Re~ (quarterly), ~d the Annum Program Peffo~anco Re~. Auflits: Audits are conducted in accordance with the requirements in 45 CFR, Parts 74 ~d 92. Record: R~ords must be mMntained for 3 years. ~NBCg I~ORMA~ON: Accost Idenflfi~fian: 75-0142-0-1-5~. Obliofians: (Gran~) FY 95 $16,982,~; ~ 96 est $16,982,~; and ~' 97 ~t $16,982,~. R~ge and A~¢rig¢ of Fiaaneial A~mnee: $7,0~ to $1,563,590; $695,860. PROG~ ACCOMPLISHME~S: Funds are provided for routine health screenings, group exercise programs, nutritional ~oun~l- ling, and c~rdination of community men~l heal~ ~lces. ~GULATIONS, G~DELIN~, ~ LI~TDRE: 45 CFR and 45 CFR 1321. INFO~ON CO~A~S: Re#ohM or ~eg Offi,e: Region~ Administrator, Administrmion on Aging, Depa~ment of Health and Human Servi~s, RegionM Ofl$ces. (See Append~ IV of the Catalog.) H~dq~e~ O~ee: Mr. ~win L. Walker, Director, Office of State and ~mmunity Programs, Administration on Aging, payment of Health and Human Service, Washington, DC 20201. Telephone: (202) 619-~11. Use the ~me number for ~S. RE~TED PROGRAMS: 93.~, SpeciM Progr~s for the Aging-- Title III, Pa~ B--Grants for Sup~ive Services and ~nior ~n- ters; 93.~5, Special Programs for the A~g--Title lII, Pa~ C-- Nutrition Se~,ic~; 93.~6, SpeciM Programs for the III, Part D--In-Home Sea, ices for Fr~l Older Individuals; 93.~7, Special Programs for the Aging--Title VI, Pa~ A, Indian Pro- urns; 93.9~, National Health Promotion. ~IPLES OF ~NDED PROJE~S: Not appli~ble. ~ERIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSAk~: Awards are made on a non~om~titive b~. S~te G~n~ ~e aw~ded upon approv~ of a State Plan. 93.~ SPECIAL PROG~MS FOR T~ AGIN~ ~, PART B--GRA~S FOR S~POR~ SER~S ~D SENIOR C~RS ~DE~L AG~': ADMINIST~TION OF AGOG, OFFICE OF ~E SECRETARY, D~Th~NT OF ~LTH AND tIU~N SEKVICES A~O~ON: Old~ Am~ Act of 1955, ~fl~ HI, Pare A mot 8. Pa~I~ Law 89-73, as ~mended: Fablb ~' ~2. 81 10~ P~bli¢ ~'A 9I-5~, ~3 SmL I0~ P~blic ~ 93-29, g~ 6-96 T157691720
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42 U.S.~ 30~-303~; ~bh~ ~w I0~-3~5. Agen~ on A~g to con~m r~urc~ ~ order to develop ~d ~Flement c~mpr~ve ~d c~rdina~ ~mmun~'-b~ed s)~t~ of ~m'i~e for older ~divid~s ~fi~ S~te-~ide pl~g, ~d ~ p~g and pro~s~on of sappo~w se~i~ including mulfi-pu~ senior c~ntem. U~ ~ ~SE ~I~ONS: Funds ~e aw~d~ to S~t~ to develop ~d s~ength~n compreh~sive ~fl coordina~d se~i~ deliv~, syste~ ~rough d~i~a~d State Agenci~ on A~ng and ~ Agen~i~ on A~ng. A S~te pl~ coving 2, 3, or 4 with ~ua~ ~endmen~ ~ nec~' m~t ~ sub~tted for a~ proval to ~e ,~sis~t S~re~ry for A~ng. Ar~ Pl~s also cover 2, 3, or 4 y~, ~d ~e to be submiU~ to S~ agen~ foz prove. From the to~! of the ~lotments received ~der P~ B ~d C of Title III, States may use the grater of 5 per~nt or $5~,~ for State agency ad~is~ation. A~er the S~te Agency dete~ its administrative funds requirement, up to 10 per~nt of the retaking funds aw~ded may ~ ~ for the ad~tra- fion of ~ea ply. After the State ~gency dete~in~ ~e amount to be set ~ide for ombudsm~ and outreach ~ the rem~- der of the to~ ~lo~ent is used for aces, gap-fling, and home ~d community-b~ed servia. ~e ~nds ~e ~buted by intr~te funding formul~ to ~ea agencies ~ S~tes with pl~- n~g ~d semice areas and directly to ~i~ providem in the S~t~ designated ~ singl~pl~g-~d-~mice-~ea S~t~. difion to the priority services, thee funds ~y ~ used to suppo~ o~er servie~ ~clud~g the renovation, a~uisition, alteration, co~tmction of multi-pu~se senior ~nters. EHGIBIL~ A~li~t Eli~b~i~: All S~t~ ~d U.S. TerrRofies which have State Agencies on Agog desi~ated by the govemom. Ben~ Eii~b~: Individuals age ~ ~d over, especially those with the ~est economic ~d s~ial needs, ~th p~icul~ atten- tion to low-~come minority older individu~s. Cr~en~umen~om ~sts will be de~rmined in a~cordance with 45 CFR, Pan 92. ~PLICA~ON ~ AWAR~ PRO~S: Pr~fi0n C~r~n~on: ~ progr~ is subject only to the Sm~ PI~ ~nsolidation ~ction of E.O. 12372. State plans covered ~der th~ S~tion, but Intergove~enml Consultation review ~ excluded. This pro~ req~ c~rdi~tion in accord- ~ce wi~ 45 CFR, P~ 74 and 92. A~li~on Proee~u~: ~nsult the appropriate Regional O~ce for State appli~tion ~stmctions. Aw~ Pr~e: Grant awards ~e made to S~ Agenci~ AgOg that have approved S~te P~s and approved int~mte funding fo~ul~g in effeeL ~in~ Funds ~e granted pursuant to the Older Amefi~s Act fo~ula when ~ds ~e available through appropriation. ~ge of A~ro~o~ T~: S~t~ are entitled to thee ~ by s~tm However, the ~ c~ ~ te~ated by A~t Secre~ for A~ng if the requir~ S~te PI~ is not ap- prove& or th~ required intr~te funding fo~ula is not approved. A~: Apes ~e proceed ~ aecor~ce with HHS re~lations in 45 C~, P~ 16. R~w~ S~te Pl~s ~e sub~tted for a 2-, %, or ~y~ pe~od ~d ~ended ~ ne~y. ASS~ CONS~E~ONS: Fo~ ~ ~te~g R~emen~ Frog--s are fand~ on a Fed- ~, S~te matghing b~is ~ follows: S~te Ag~cy A~mtive 3~d~; ~d ~0g(aRD. ~e s~ f~or ~ for f~nd ~ the ~pul~on in a S~te ag~ ~ y~ ~d o~ b~ o~ m~t ~rg ag~n~" f~r f~ ~ ~d T~ P~g of .~i~c~ S~te agen:i~ m~t f~d~ ~i~in the V~ y~r for ~hi;h th%' are approFriatcd. R~: SF 2~9 Fi~ei~ S~ Re~ (An=~y), a~d the Aa~: Aud~ ~e c~du:ted in aecordance ~i~h the req~=~B in 45 C~ P~ 92. Reco~: Re~ords m~t ~ m~=~ed for 3 y~rs. ~L ~O~ON: Acco~t Iden~on: Oblivion= (Gr~) ~' 95 $306,711,~; ~' 96 est $294,787,~; ~d ~ 97 ~t $294,787,~. ~ge and Avenge of Fin~c~ ~is~ce: $123,3~ to $27,492,592: $5,196,953. PROG~I AC~L~E~: Suppo~ive Se~,i~ ~d Senior ~nte~: Sp~i~ emph~is w~ plaeed on m~agement improve- ment activities g~ed to m~nt~ a~d inere~ se~iee levels. ~is progr~ se~ed approfimately &5 million older pe~ons in year 1995, of which 767,~ were low-in,me minority elderly ~ons. A similar humor of people is expected to ~ se~,ed fis~l year 1996. ~G~A~ONS, GU~EL~, AND LITE~RE: 45 CFR 92 ~d 45 CFR 1321. I~O~ON CO~A~S: Re~en~ or ~ O~ce: Regional Admin~trator, Administration on A~ng, Office of ~e Secrecy, Department of H~lth ~d H~ Service, Region~ Offices (see Appen~x IV of the Io~). H~dq~ers Office: Mr. ~win L. Walker, Director, Office of S~te ~d Q~ty Progr~s, Administration on Aging, Depa~me~t of H~th ~d Hum~ Servie~, W~hington, DC 20201. Tele- phone: (202) 619~11. Use the same humor for ~S. ~LA~D PROG~S: 93.~1, Special Pro~ams for the Aging-- Title VII, Chapter 3--Programs for Prevention of Elder Able, Neglect, ~d Exploi~tion; 93.~2, Special Programs for the Aging--Title VII, Chapter 2--Long Te~ Care Ombudsman Ser~c~ for Older Individuals; 93.~3, Sp~ial Programs for the Aging~Tifle lII, P~ F~D~e~e Prevention ~d Health Promo- tion Se~iees; 93.~5, Spe~i~ Programs for ~e Aging--Title lII, Pan C--Nutrition Se~ie~; 93.~6, Special Pro~ams for the Agog--Title III, Part D--In-Home Servic~ for Frail Older Indi- vidu~s; 93.~7, S~i~ Progr~ for the A~ng~Title VI, A, Indi~ Progr~s; 93.~8, Speei~ Programs for the Title IV--Train~g, Research and Dis~retiona~ Projects and Pro- g~ms; 93.9~, Nafion~ H~th Promotion. EX~L~ OF ~ED PRO~S: Not appli~ble. ~ FOR SELE~NG PROPOSAl: Noncompetitive. State gr~ awEded b~d on approval of State Plan, and intras~te funding fo~ula for States wi~ area agencies. 93.~5 SPELL PROG~MS FOR ~E AG~ ~TLE ~, P~T C--N~ON SER~ ~D~ AGENt': ADMINIST~ON ON AGING, O~ICE OF T~ SEC~T~Y, DEPARTME~ OF ~ALTH A~ ~M~ SERVICES A~ORIZATION: Older Amefi~ Act of 1965, Pa~ A ~d Publi= ~w 89-73, ~ =end~; ~blie ~w ~42, 81 S~L ~bli~ ~w 91.69, 85 S~t. 108; ~bli= Law 92-258, 86 StaL ~blie ~w 93-29, 87 Sta~ 301: P~bli= Law 93-351, 88 S~ 357; P~blie ~w 9~135, 89 S~t. 713; P~bli= ~w ~5-65, 91 S~L 269; P~b~i~ Law ~547S, 92 S~t. 513; P~b~i: ~w 97-115, 95 Smt. 1595; ~]ie ~w 9g~59, 9S S~L 1767: Title lII, P~ C, P~bl~e ~w 1~175; P~b~i: Law 1~628; 42 U.S.C. 303~-3030g; P~bl~= 102-375. ic~ in=l~dmg n~Uc~ me~. n~tfi~on e~uc~on ~d c~er FreF~te nutrition ~e~c~ for cI~r Amer.~-~ m order t~ ~n- 6-96 897 T157691721
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or orEer a?prc~a~e ~1 at I~t cn~ ~ day~ five or more days ~:r ~e~ ~c~t in rarM ~ ~here a l~er frequez:y ~ deter- mi~d f~bl~ to e~i~bIe p~rple aged ~ ~d over ~d their ~a~. From the total alIotments received ~nder P~ B ~d C of Title llI, S~t~ may use the greater of 5 ~r~nt or for S~ate agency activid~. Up to 10 ~rcent of the funds may used for area agency ad~n~ation. ELIGIBIL~' A~e~t Eli~i~: All States and TerritoH~. Bene~ei~y Eli#h~i~.: Older individ~s aged ~ and over and ~eir spouse~ es~eci~ly those older individuals with the gr~t~t need or those with the greatest economic need, ~d in ee~in ~, under age 60, if the in~vidual i~ h~dicapped or dibbled and r~ides with and accompani~ ~ older ~dividual. Credenfimls~um~om Costs will ~ dete~ined in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State ~d I~I government. APPLICA~ON ~ AWARD ~rei~tlon C~afiom This progr~ is subject onl~ to the State Plan Consolidation Section of E.O. 12372. State plus ~e covered under this Section, but Intergove~mentM Consultation Review is exclude. A~lleation Procedure: Consult the appropriate Regional Office for State application inst~etions. Award Pr~edure: Grant awards are made to State Agencies on Aging that have approved State Plans in effect. Detains: Funds are ~anted pursuant to the Older Americas Act formula when funds are avMlable through appropriation and an approved State Plan is in effect for a State. Range of A~rov~Ist~rowal Time: States are entitled to thee grants by s~tute. However, the grants ~n be te~inated by the Assis~nt Secretary for Aging if the required State Plan is not ap- proved. A~eals: Appeals are processed in accordance with the HHS regula- tions in 45 CFR, Part 16. Renewals: State Plans are submitted for a 2-, 3-, or 4-year period, with annual revisions as necessary. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERA~ONS: Fomuh and Matching Requirement: ~e nut~tion portion of this program is funded on a Federal/State matching b~is at a ratio of 85-15. For each fiscal year State resources m~t provide not le~ than 25 percent of the nonfederal share of ~eh State's mml Title III expenditures from State or local pubfie resource. The statisti- cal factor used for fund all~ation is the population in a State aged over 60 years ba~d on the most recent dam available to the As- sistant Secretary for Aging. The area agency administration por- tion is funded at a 75-25 ratio. (OAA, Section 3~a) and (d).) Len~h and ~ime P~g of Assi~ee: S~te agenei~ must obligate funds within ~e fis~! ~ear for which funds are approp~ated. POb~ ~S~TAN~ REQUIREMENTS: Re~: Annual Program Perfo~ance and Qsa~erly SF 269 RepoR. Audi~: Audhs are cvnducted in accordance wilh the requirements in 45 CFR, Par~ 74 and 92. Record: Rec~r&~ must ~ m~inmi~ed for 3 y~rs. ~NAN~AL ~FO~ATION: Account Idenflfi~n: 75~142-~-1-~& Obli~flo~: (Gr~) Congregate Nut~tivn Servia: ~" 95 $375,809,~ FY 96 ~t $357.019,~; and ~ 97 ~t $357,019,~, R~ge ~d Averse of Fi~cial .~ce: (~3ngrega~e Narration Se~,~es} $151,122 to $33,4~3.579; $~32~,742. (Homc-D~vered PROG~M A~OMPLIS~: Dung f~c~ y~ 1995, grenade nn~icn se~'~c~. 127 ~lli~n m~s ~ere 2X~3~£O) o~er re~c~: 27 rercen~ cf ~e~ were fr~l 898 feral r~i,d~t~: 17 I:.erccat ,:f thc~: .~,e.re mi~crib ~scrs; ~d 12 Danng fi~l y~r I~5, for h~meMeli~ered ~u~fic~ ~il~ioa m~Is -Acre s~ to 277.~ o~der ~< 75 ~c~t cf • ese were frail =d d~a~Ie& 55 ~rcezt ~f ~ ~-~e Felons; ~J Forint of ~ ~ere ~ral r~iden~; 18 ~rc~t these were minority pe~ons; ~d 14 ~rcent of th~ were low- incom~ minofty ~ersons. Volun~' con~bu~n~ tow~ds the cost of se~4c~ totaled $7X~,~. ~e nmber of m~ls ~rved reprint tho~ sup~rted by Title III and o~er F~e~ and non- federal funds. ~e so, ices were provided in 15,728 nu~tion sites by 2,2~ ~utfifi~n project. It is expected ~t for fis~ yea~ 1996 and 1997, se~ees will be maintained. ~GULA~ONS, G~D~, A~ ~RA~: 45 C~ 74 and 45 C~ 1321. INFO~ON CONTA~S: Re#on~ or ~ Office: Regional Administrator, Administration on Aging, O~ce of the Seereta~, Re#onal O~ees. (See IV of the ~log.) lteadqmers Office: Mr. Eden L. Walker, Director, Office of State and Community Progrms, Administration on Aging, Depa~ent of H~lth ~d Human Services, W~hington, DC 20201. Tele- phone: (20Z) 619-~11. Use the same number for ~S. ~LA~D PROGR~: 10.550, Food Distribution; 93.~1, Special Programs for the Aging--Title VII, Chapter 3--Programs for Prevention of Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation; 93.042, Special Programs for the Aging--Title VII, Chapter 2--Long Te~ C~e Ombudsmm Services for Older lndividu~s; 93.~3, SpeeiM Programs for the Aging--Title III, P~t F--Disco Pre- vention and He~ Promotion Se~ie~; 93.~, S~eial Progr~ for ~e A#ng--Title 11I, Pan B--Grits for Suppo~ive Se~ic~ and Senior ~nters; 93.~6, Special Programs for the A#ng~Title III, Part D--In-Home Se~iees for Fr~l Older Individuals; 93.~7, Special Programs for the A#ng--Title VI, P~t A, lndi~ Pro- grams; 93.~8, Special Programs for the Aging--Title IV--Train- ing, Research and Discretionary Projec~ and Programs; 93.990, National Health Promotion. EXAMPL~ OF F~DED PROffErS: Not applicable. C~TERIA FOR SELE~G PROPOSAl: Noncompetitive S~te grits awarded b~ed on approval o¢ State Plan. 93.046 SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE TITLE III, PART D~IN-HO~ SER~S FOR F~ OLDER IND~U~ (In-Home Services for FrMI Older In~du~s) ~DE~L AGENt: ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEP~T~NT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN S~VICES AUTHOR~ATION: Older Americans Act of 1965, Parts A and D, Pablie Law 89-73, as amended, Public Law 1~-175; Pablie Law 1~628, 42 U.S.C. 3012(d); Public Law 102-315. OB~E~: To provide grants to States for in-home fred older indi~4d~s, including in-home sup~ive se~'i~s, per- sonal care, ~d other State-defined ~ic~ for older iadivid~s who are ~et~s of ~h~er's d~eme and rdatd d~r~ with neurologi~l md org~ie braM dysfunctions, and to the f~iH~ of such victim. ~ OF ASS~CEt Form~a Grits. US~ A~ USE ~IONS: Funds ~e award~ t9 Stat~ to carry ~ut a progr~ for proeqding in-home s~e~ to fr~l older persor~. ~ch S~le shall devdop eligibility cfite~a which i~t9 accost ag~ gr~t~t ~onomic ne~s, noaceono~c factoH ten,abating to f~ty, and non-economic a~d non-h~th faet~ ¢on~buting to ~e neea for in-~me se~'i~ A State pl~ cover- ing 2, 3, cr 4 yea~, wi~ ann'nal rev~ions ~ n~B', m'~t be submit~ for zppr~vM t~ t~e A%is~t Secre~~ f~r A#zg. Ar~ 6-96 TI57691722
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ELIGIlilLFI~" REQLrIREMrEN~S: Al~pliemtt Eligibility: All Sta'~es and U.S, Ter~tofies ~hic,"t Ez~,e St~t~ ag~-~cies on aging d~signate~l l~y the ~ ~ I~di~d~ age ~ a~ cl~er. ~Iy eMer ~t ~ono~= Cr~~em~fion: Cos~ will ~e determined in a~ord~ wi~ 45 C~, P~ 74 ~d 92. APP~CA~ON ~D AW~ PRO~: ~H~fion ~fion: ~s prog~m is ~ee~ o~y to the 5~te Plan Con~ofidafion ~fion of ~O. 1237Z S~te pl~ are covered ~n~er t~s Seefion, ~ut Intergove~en~l R~ew ~ exel~ded. ~s ~rogr~ requ~e~ coor~afion with ~e ~l~e~ ~n~er 45 C~, Fa~ 74 an~ 92. S~nd~d fo~ ~ fu~s~ed by DHHS m~t ~ ~sed for th~ program. A~fi~fio~ ~ed~e: ~ns~It t~e a~prop~a~e Reglon~l O~ce for Awed ~re: S~e agenei~ approve and award funds to Ar~ Agen¢~ on Aging whivh they have desi~ated at the su~state level. D~: Deadlin~ are dete~ined ~y State agenc~ on ~ annual b~ ~ly 45 d~ys ~fore the beaning of t~e 6~get ~od. R~ge of A~o~rov~ ~e: From 30 to 45 days. A~: App~s ~e provessed in aecord~ee with ~he ~S regula- ~ons in 45 CFR, P~ 1~. RenewS: Appli~a~ons are submitted for a 2-, 3-. or ~y~ pe~ ~d revival ~ ne~. ~S~AN~ CONS~E~TIONS: Fom~ ~d Mgtch~g Requ~emen~: Older Amerces Act of 1965, ~ amended, Section 3~(a) ~d (d). ~is program is funded on a Feder~/S~e matc~ng b~is at ~ ratio of 85-15. For ~ch y~ $~te r~ourc~ must provide not l~ than 25 ~r~nt of the nonf~e~l share of ~ch S~te's tot~ Title III ex~nditures from State or local public resources. ~e statisfic~ factor used for fund allocation is the population in • state over ~ yea~ ~d so~r~ the most recent data awilable to ~he Assis~m Secrem~ for AgOg. ~nOh ~ T~me Ph~ing of Msistance: ~te agencies m~t obligate f~ds within the fiscal y~r for which funds are approp~ated. POST ASSIST~ REQU~EME~S: Re~ Q~edy SF-269 Expenditure Re~r~, and Annu~ Per- fo~ee Report. Au~: Audi~ are conducted in ~eeoraance with the requiremen~ 45 CFR, Pa~ 74 and 92. Record: R~ords must be maintMned for 3 ~AN~AL ~O~IA~ON: O~flo~: (Grants) ~ 9~ $9,263,~ ~ 96 ~t $9,263,~; and ~ 97 es~ $9~263,~. $124,122. PR~ ACCOMPLISHMENTS: In f~al y~r 1995~ S~e Agen- ci~ on Aging, through are~ agenei~ on aging provi~ ~-~o~e se~ices to over 1~ f~il older ~rso~. N~rly 74,~ of those ~o~ were low-~n¢om~. ~G~ONS~ GU~EL~E~ ~D L~E~kTU~: 45 CFR 74 and 4~ CFR 92. ~O~ON CO~A~: R~o~ or ~ O~e~ Region~ Administrator, Adm~nlst~fion Aging, Dep~ent of Health and Human ~r~c~ Re,ohM O~. (~ee Appendix IV of the ~ta~og for a~dr~.) H~d~e~ O~ce: Mr. ~w~n L. W~ker, Dir~tor, O~ of ~d Ccmm~nity Pro~ A~s~rafion on A~ng, Depa~ment of H~lth ~d Human Se~]c~ W~hin~on, DC 202~1. Tele- phone: (202) 619~11. U~ the ~e ~r for te~ ~3.~5~ S~ Fro~ fer the Ag~ng--Ti~e IH~ N~fi~ ~: 93~1~ S~ Pro~r~ for the • ~L ~p~er ~Fro~ for F~e~enfion of El~er Ab~ ~ ~nd ~l~t~n~ 9~.~2~ S~ Pro~ for ~e T~e v~II, Cha!~ter 2--Lcng Term Care O~budsma:~ Ser~..ces for OI~er Indi~d~ 9~.~3, S~ Prcg~ms fcr IH, P~ F~D~ Predation ~ H~ Prc~c~on 93.C~7, S~i~ Fro~ams for ~e A#ng--Tlfle Pro~; 93.~g, S~ifl Proems f~r th~ T~ R~rch ~d D~crefi~naD- Projec~ and Proems. ~L~ OF ~ PRO~S: Not ap~li~Sl~ ~ FOR S~G PROPOSAl: Non~o~petitive State gr~ ~e awarded u~n approv~ of State Plan. 93.~7 SPE~ PROG~S FOR THE AGIN~ ~LE ~, PART A, ~ PROGR~ G~ TO ~I~ ~ES AND PART B, G~S TO NA~ HAWAHANS ~DE~ AGENt: ADMINIST~TION ON AGING, OFFICE OF ~ SEC~TARY, DEPARTME~ OF HEALTH AND H~N S~CES A~OR~ON: Older Amedc~s Act of 1965, Public Law 89-73, ~ amended; ~tle VI. Public Law 95478, 92 Smt. 1513; Public Law 97-115, 95 Smt. 1595; Public Law 98~59, 98 Stm. 1767; ~blie ~w 1~-175, 42 U.S.C. 3057~ Public Law 1~628: Public Law 102-375. OBffE~: To promote the delivery of suppo~ive services, includ- ~g nutrition se~iees, to older Indies, Al~kan Native, and Native HawMi~s. Services are comparable to se~ic~ provided ~der Title III of the Older Americam Act of 1965, ~ ~ended. ~ OF ASS~: Project ~rants. US~ ~D USE ~I~IONS: Funds are available through grants m efi#ble Indi~ ~bfl org~izations for se~ic~ comparable to tho~ prodded under Title III. Se~ic~ must ~¢lude nutrition services and info~ation ~d referrM, and may include transporta- tion and oth~ servi~ authorized under Title IIL Funds may also ~ ~ed for the Mteration, le~e or renovation of a facility to be ~ed ~ a multipur~ Indian senior center and for sta~ng the centec Indian Tribes receive funds based on a formula that consid- ers the humor of eligible elder Indians represented by the tribal org~fions with population ranges from 50-1~; 101-2~; 3~; 301M~; 401-~; and 501 and over. One grant is given to a private or nonprofit organizmion having the capacity to provide se~ices to older Nmive HawMians. ELIG~IL~ ~Q~~S: A~fic~t Eli#b~i~: Tribal organizmions of Indian tribes eligible for ~ismce ~der S~tion 4 of the Indian Self-Detemination and ~ucation A~mnce Act (25 U.S.C. 450b) and public or nonprof- it pfivme org~i~tions w~eh sere Native HawMian Elders, which repres~t at l~st 50 Indians or Hawaiians ~ yea~ of age or older. Ap#i~ m~t d~ument that they have or will have the ability to deliver s~ ~d nutrition service. Beneflci~ Eliw~fli~: Indi~ who are ~ ye~s of age and older, and in the c~e of nu~tion sea, ices, their sFouses. Td~ also have the authority to define Indians under ~ years of age as Mlder Indi~" for eli#bility purpose. Creden~t~cumen~fion: Costs will be dete~ined in accordance with 45 CFR, Pm 92 for Stme and local gove~men~. Applie~le casts ~d admi~trmive procedar~ will be dete~ined in accord- ~ce wi~ Part 92 of Title 45 of the Code of F~e~l Regulations. ~P~CA~ON AND AWARD PROC~S: Pr~pli~fion C~rdlatfion: None. ~is program is excluded from coverage ~der ~O. 12372. Appli~fi0a ~e: In order to receive a g~nt, the eli#hie tribal org~i~fion or nonprofit private organi~tion must submit an a~ pli~don in accordance with inst~cfions published by the Admin- ist~don on Aging. Awtg ~g~rt: M award d~ument ~ued by the Admi~t=tian on A#ng. ~: ~mb]~ed ~hen gra~t a~Iicat~n ins~uetions are Lssued. ~a~ct H~dq~e~ O~ce for fi~er info~tien. Ap~: A~p~ are ~r~d in a~cerdance ~'ith Adm:n~t~n on A~g r~cr~ in 4fi C~ Pa~s 1326 ~ 132~. 6-96 899 7" TI5 ~91723
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Renewals: Renev, a~s are Eased ca ~tisfactoE, perf~rn-..a~ze d~mng Fo~t ~ ~tc~g R~e~: AI~h~ugh tbe agency ~ain~ms d~¢re~cn in detemiriag ~h~ ~nd how m~y awar~ ~1 made ~nder Tit~e VI, P~ ~ a f~a~a ~p~Ii~ati~n prc~ will be ~ed to a~Mly awed f~ds. ~e fo~ala is b~d on the n~m~ of elde~ a t~bal organi~tioa represen~ who are ~ y~s of age or older. The minimum humor ~ ~0 elderly ~ans Naive HawMi~s. ~n~h ~ ~ime Ph~g of ~s~mnee: Funds for grits are aw~d- ed for no lain th~ a 12-month PO~ ASS~TAN~ REQ~MEN~: Re~ Semi-~nuM progr~ and tin,elM re~rts are required of grant~. Au~: Audits ~e conducted in aecord~ce with the requirements in 45 CFR, P~ 74 and 92. Record: Records must be maintMned for 3 ye~s. ~NANCIAL I~O~tATION: Account I~enfi~fion: 75-0142-0-1-506. Obli~om: (Grits) Gr~ to Indian Tribes: FY 95 $1~,211,8~; FY 96 ~t $14,451,3~; and FY 97 ~t $14,451,3~. Grants to Native HawMians: FY 9~ $1,690,2~: FY 96 est $I,~5,7~; and ~ 97 est $1,~,7~. R~ge ~ Awmge of Fi~ncia] ~sistanee: $49,~ to $125,~; $~,3~. PROG~M ACCOMPLIS~E~S: In fiscal year 1995, grants were awarded to 227 ~bal organizations, and one Native Hawaiian Or- ganization. ~GU~TIONS, GUIDELINe, AND LI~T~: 45 CFR 1328. Guidelines are imued by the Commissioner on A#ng. INFORMATION CO~A~: Re#o~ or ~ Office: Regional Ad~nistramr, Administration on Aging, Department of Health and Hum~ Services Regional OD rices (see Appendix 1V of the Ca~log). Hca~q~a~m O~ee: Dr. Yvonne Jackson, Director, O~ce of Amer- ican Indian, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian Programs, Ad- ministration on Aging, Department of H~I~ ~d Hum~ Serv- ices, W~hington, DC 20201. Telephone: (202) 619-2957. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 93.~1, Special Programs for the Aging~ Title VII, Chapter 3~Programs for Prevention of Elder Abuse, Neglec~ and Exploitmion; 93.~2, S~ci~ Programs for the Aging~Title VII, Chapter 2--Long Term ~re Ombudsman Services for Older Individuals; 93.~3, Sp~ial Programs for the Aging~Titie Ill, Part F~Dise~e Prevention and Health Promo- tion Service; 93.0~, Special Programs for the Aging--Title III, Part B--Grants for Supportive Se~ices ~d Senior Centers; 93.~5, Special Programs for the Aging~Title HI, Pan tion Service; 93.~6, S~cid Progrms for the Aging--Title III, Pan D~In-Home Services for FrMI Older Individuals. EX~tPLES OF ~ED PRO~: (1) Sup~nive and Nutrition Servic~ for Older Indian Pemons - P~sam~uoddy Tfi~, Perry, MMne; (2) Sup~rtive and Nutrition Services to Older Indian Per- sons -S~ Carlos Apache Tribe; (3) Supportive and Nutrition ~ic~ to Older Indian Persons - Ya~ma Indian Nation; (4) Sup- portive and Nutrition Se~ic~ to Older Indi~ Pemons - St. Croix TribM ~uncil, W~onsin; (5) Sup~rfive ~d Nu~tion Sea, ices to Older Indians - Ute Moun~n Ute Tri~. C~ FOR S~~ PROPOSA~: Judgment ~ b~ed upon the extent to which the proj~t meets the requiremen~ of the law and reg~mio~. 93.048 SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE AGING-- TITLE IVmTRAINING, RESEARCIt AND DISCRETIONARY PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS FEDERAL AGENC~a': ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DE.PARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AtrI'HO]RI/_ATION: Of.let ,,-X~neriza~ns Act of 19fi5, Tide IX', Law ~9-73, 7~ S:aL 2It. as ~mended; Pukkc Law 97-I15, 95 Star. 15.~5; l~abEc Law 9~-4~, gs SLat. I767; ~abIic Law P~bl~c I.~, I00.62~, 42 U.S.C. _~031-303To.; P~_~lic Law 102-375. OBJEC'I'I~TA;: To provide adeq~ateIy trudaed per~2rmeI in the field cf aging, improve knowledge af the preblem~ and needs of the eider- ly, and to demonstrate better ways ~2f L ,proving the qt~ality of life for the elderly. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds may be used (a) to train persons to work in the field of aging, and to increase the availabil- ity and accessibility of training and education programs in the field of aging; and Co) to conduct activities for the develoFment of knowledge to improve the circumstances of older people. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Grants may be made to any public or nonprofit private agency, organization, or institution. Contracts may be awarded to any agency, organization or institution. Grants are not available to individuals. Beneficiary Eligibility: Any public or private nonprofit agency, orga- nization, or institution. Credentlals/Documentation: Nonprofit organizations which have not previously received Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) program support must submit proof of nonprofit status. Applicable costs and administrative procedures will be determined in accordance with Parts 74 and 92 of Title 45 of the Code of Federal Regulations. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplication Coordination: The standard application forms as pro- vided by DHHS must be used for this program. Applicants are en- couraged to consult with the Administration on Aging and the cognizant State Agency on Aging in the development of the appli- cation. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. Application Procedure: Contract information is published in the 'Commerce Business Daily." Grant Applications for Federal As- sistance (Nonconstruction Programs) are in accordance with in- structions, and guidelines developed by the Administration on Aging (AOA) each year and published in the Federal Register. Application forms are included in the Federal Register and may be obtained by writing to the Administration on Aging, Office of Program Development and Elder Rights. Award Procedure: Notification of award will be issued to the grant- Deadlines: As specified in guidelines published in the Federal Regis- ter. Range of Al~proval/Disapproval Time: From 80 to 120 days from re- ceipt of application. Appeals: Grantee appeals may be made to the Departmental Grant Appeals Board pursuant to 45 CFR, Part 16. Renewals: Grant extension applications must compete with new ap- plications for review and po~ible approval. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: This program has no statutory formulm Matching requirements may be required of any grantee to the extent deemed appropriate by the Assistant Secretary for Aging and are generally set at a minimum of 25 percent of the total cost of the project. Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Generally, projects are ap- proved for a period of 24 months. However, when more time is obviously needed to realize its objectives, a project may be ap- proved for support for a period up to 5 years. Support beyond the first 3'ear is contingent upon the availability of ftmds and evidence of satisfactory progress. POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Reports: Qaarterly progress reports, yearly reports as part of the continuation applications, and final repvrt~ are recruited of grat~t- e~. Repvrts to be submffted by t~e grantees or contra~tors are specified in the contract or grant award. Semi-ann ,t~l financial re- p3rts are ,Audits: A~d~t~ ~e conducted in a=cerdance with the req~reme~s in 45 CFR, Parts 74 ~r.d 92. T157691724
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Reeerd~ Records m~t be ma~L~3 fcr 3 FL~ANCLt.L Accost I~~: 7~142~1-~. $1~01~,~ ~d ~" 97 ~t $II,66&~. ~ ~ A~e of F~ .~c~ $~0,C~ to PR~ A~O~L~S: AFFlictions received ~nd~: In ~ ye~ 1995. a~ds were ~de to s~mulate con- ~g devdopment ~d ~provement of communi~-b~ed lung- te~ ~ sys~; volunteer pro~s of se~i~ by older in ~ek ~u~fi~; ~c ~Mblishm~nt of policy ~d r~oarce ~n- ~n ~ long-te~ ~rn, older wom~ unction, elder abus~ and LTC ombudsm~ pro~; and dev~opment of suppo~ive serv- ic~ in F~e~ly ~isted hous~g facilid~. Awards were made to or~fio~ to s~engthen targeting progr~ r~ources to low- ~com, ~ofity eld~ly; to suppo~ elder figh~ prog~ in such ~ ~ elder abuse, long-te~ c~e ombu~m~, pension ~unsel- ing, the prnvenfion of c~e ~d ~olence against ~e elderly, ~d ~e development of legM suppo~ systems; ~d to a wide variety of State ~d lo~ agenci~ to incr~e and improve intergenerational progr~s. ~lleg~ ~d universifi~ received gr~ for faculty de- velopmnt, and thee ~stitufiuns ~d others received funds for speci~ r~earnh ~d demonstradon prog~s, the development of ~nofity m~agement ~Mn~* progr~s and preparation of fut~c ~ho~s of Amerces, ~cially the baby-~om generation, for ~ a~g ~¢iety. ~~ONS, GUIDEL~, AND L~E: See Chapter XIII, Titl~ 45 of the C~e of Fede~l Regulations on AoA sup- ~ned pro~. Annual Guide~nes, progr~ info~afion, ~d a~ pli~fion ~t~cfions are avMlable from the Administration on A#ng, W~ngton, DC 20201. ~O~ON CO~A~: Re#o~ or ~ Office: Re#unM Administrator, Administration on Aging, Depa~ment of H~th and Hum~ Scrvic~, located at all HHS ffederM Regional Offices. (See Appendix IV of the Ca~og for ~dr~es.) H~dq~ Office: Alfred P. Duncker, Office of Research, Dem- o~ation, ~d TrMning, Administration on Aging, DHHS, Wash- ington, DC 20201. Telephone: (202) 619-~1. Use the same num~r for ~S. ~D PROG~: 93.~1, Special Prog~ for the Aging-- Tifl, VII, Chapter 3~Programs for Prevention of Eider Abut, NegiecL ~d Exploitation; 93.~2, Special Progr~s for the A~g~Tifle VII, C~pter 2--Long Te~ Care Ombudsm~ ~ic~ for Old~r Individu~s; 93.~3, Special Programs for the A~g~Tide III, Pa~ F--Disco Prevention and Health Promo- tion ~ic~; 93.~, S~ial Pm~ams for the Aging--Title III, P~ B~mts for Sup~ive Servi~ ~d Se~or ~nt~s; 93.~6, S~ Pro~s for the Aging--Title IIl, Part D--In- Home ~c~ for Frail Older Individ~ls; 93.~7, Special Pro- g~s for the Aging~Title ~; P~ A, Indi~ Proems; 93.990, NationM H~th Promotion. E~ OF ~ED PROFFERS: (1) 'Exp~d~g Older Volun- teer"; (2) 'Generation Age L~k"; (3) '~evention and Altema- tiv~ to ImfitutionM ~e"; (4) 'T~gnfing R~c~ to the Ne~s of ~nofi~ Elderly"; (5) 'Indi~ Elder Advocate Progrm'; and (~ '~pro~ng the Match Between Jo~ in A#ng ~d Gerontolog- iM T~ng." ~ ~R S~E~G PROPOSe: De~l~ criteria are publ~hed ~naMly ~ pm of ~e FederM Reg~ter, Title ~ P~ ~ ~o~c~t and ~ ~ AoA G~delin~. Major ~m (1) obje~v~ ~d ne~ for ~A~ee; (2) r~ts of e~; (3) approach; ~d (4) level ~f 93.049 SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE AGING-- TITLE ~,~I~ CHAPTER 6--ALLOI'M:ENTS FOR ~,ffJLNERABLE ELDER RIGHTS PROTECTION PROGRAMS (Benefits Counseling) FEDERAL AGENCY: ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AUTHORIZATION: Older Americans Act of 1965, Title III. Parts A and F, Public Law 89-73, as amended, Public Law 90-42, 81 Star. I06; Public Law 91-69, 83 Star. 105; Puhlic Law 93-29, 87 StaL 30; Public Law 93-351, 88 Star. 357; Public Law 94-135, 89 Star. 713; Public Law 95-65, 91 Star. 269, Public Law 95-478, 92 Star. 1513; Public Law 97-115, 95 Star. 1595; Public Law 98-459, 98 Stat. 1767; Public Law 100-175, 101 Stat. 926; Section 701, Public Law 101-628; 42 U.S.C. 3022-3030 (D). OBJECTIVES: To assist State Agencies on Aging to carry out pro- grams with respect to vulnerable elder rights protection preven- tion by means of outreach, public benefits, insurance, and pension counseling and assistance. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds are awarded to States to develop or strengthen benefit counseling and area agencies on Aging. A State Plan Covering 2, 3, or 4 years, with annual revi- sions as necessary, must be submitted for approval to the Assistant Secretary for Aging. Funds are used to design and implement pro- grams for State outreach, counseling, and assistance program for insurance and public benefits. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: All States and U.S. Territories which have State Agencies on Aging designated by the governors. Beneficiary Eligibility: Older individuals, especially those older indi- viduals with the greatest social needs and those with greatest eco- nomic needs. Credentials/Documentation: Costs will be determined in accordance with 45 CFR, Parts 74 and 92. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Prcapplicatlon Coordination: This program is subject to the State plan coordination section of E.O. 12372. State plans are covered under this section, but intergovernmental consultation review is excluded. This program requires coordination in accordance with 45 CFR, Parts 74 and 92. The standard application forms, as fur- nished by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), must be used for this application. Application Procedure: Consult the appropriate regional office for State application instructions. (See Appendix IV of the Catalog.) Award Procedure: The Administration of Aging awards funds through a Statutory Formula to State Agencies on Aging. Deadlines: Funds are awarded to State Agencies on Aging based on the Federal fiscal year. Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: From 30 to 45 days. Appeals: Appeals are processed in accordance with HHS regulations in 45 CFR, Part 16. Renewals: Applications are submitted for A 2-, 3-, or 4-year period and are revised as necessary. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula gad Matching Requirements: No matching required. The sta- tistical factor used for fund allocation is the Stat~ population of persons 60 years of age and over and the source is the most recent 'Decennial Census." In addition, minimum allotments are estab,. lished for smaller States and Territories. This program ha,* Mainte- nance of Effort ¢~dOE) requirements. See landing agency for f~r- thor details. Lengtk and Time Phm~g of A.~lstamce." State agonies mast obligate ftmds within fl'.e £~scal year for which tEey are appropriated. POSW ASSISTANCE REQ~NWS: Relmrt~: SF-269 financial status rel~rt (quartering), a~d the ann~aal program performa~.ce re.ft. 6-96 901 T157691725
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45 CF'-P~ Fort 74 a~A Records: Records ~=st be ma~ta~ned for 3 yearg. HNANCIAL INFO1L~,L&TION: Account Identi~catio~: Obligations: (Grzats) F-~" 95 $1,976,CO3: 1:~" ~6 est $I,976,C((~; FY ~7 est SI,976,CO3. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: $I0,073 to $35,097. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: No program accomplishments are available. REGUL&TIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: 45 CFR 74 and 45 CFR 1321. INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Olliee: Regional Administrator, Administration On Aging, Department Of Health and Human Services, Regional Of- floes. (See Appendix IV of the Catalog.) Headquarters Office:. Headquarters Office: Mr. William Benson, Deputy Assistant Secretary For Aging, Administration on Aging, Department Of Health And Human Services, Washington, DC, 20201. Telephone: (202) 619-0556. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 93.042, Special Programs for the Aging-- Title VII, Chapter 2--Long Term Care Ombudsman Services for Older Individuals; 93.044, Special Programs for the Aging--Titie llI, Part B--Grants for Supportive Services and Senior Centers: 93.045, Special Programs for the Aging--Title IIL Part C--Nutri- tion Services; 93.047, Special Programs for the Aging--Title VI, Part A, Indian Programs. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PRO,JEC~S: Not applicable. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Awards are made on a non-competitive basis. State grants are awarded upon approval of a State plan. 93.101 GRANTS FOR RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS FOR PREGNANT AND POSTPARTUM WOMEN (Pregnant and Postpartum Women) FEDERAL AGENCY: SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AUTHORIZATION: Public Health Service Act, Section 508, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 290bb-1. OBJECrI'IVES: 1) To decrease alcohol and other drug use; 2) "I'o im- prove physical health, promote safe and healthy pregnancies and perinatal outcome, and reduce patient/client morbidity and mor- tality, especially incidence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), seroprevalence, tuberculosis (TB), and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); 3) To improve psychiatric/psychological/emo. tional health and well-being; 4) To improve family/social func- tioning (e.g.. mother/child bonding, stability and safety for chil- dren) in a drug and alcohol free environment, in concert with other agencies: 5) To enhance the soeio-economic well being of women and the family unit by improving employment status, ac- cessibility to housing, and human services; 6) To decrease involve- meat in and exposure to crime, interpersonal violence, child abuse and n~glect, and sexual abuse; and 7) To enhance the cognitive/ educational development of infants and children with inter-uterine exposure to alcohol and other drugs. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE R~IC'I'IONS: Funds are available for alcohol and other drug abuse treatment services delivered in a residential setting, coup!ed ~ith primary health, menlal health and social ~ervi~eg far women, their infants and children that can imgrove overall treatment c~comes for the woman, her chil:tren, a~d her fam~y. Grant f~mds raay be used only for expenses clearly feinted and necessary to card ~t al:gro,,ed activities, incIading b~h d~ree.t cost.-; "~hich can be speci~ca1Iy identified v4th the 902 6-96 c~rrert f~:~ing f,:r ~-x~st~ag aczi~5:~. F~-~cL~ ma5~ n~ be ~ f~r ~?~e p~r~ ~f a fa~LIy to ~e ~ ~cn of ~e rr~. Any f~ds grcposed f~r &e g~e cf ~o~a~on ~- ~z~s ~-~t ~e d~i~ed an~ Iinked direly to Frolic ac- ti'.5:i~. An:. ~ ~zng~en~ m ~c~cn wi~ ~c pro~ gro~ u~li~g thee fuzds ~y n~t ~t~d ~eyond th~ proj~t re~ er cover n~n-prrgr~mmatic acti~ifi~. ~s~ for alte~fions an~ renovations xvfll be aHowable ~nly w~ere such M~rafiozs ~d renovations are nee~ry for the s~c~gs of the pro~ struction costs ~e not allowed. ELIGIBILITY REQU~S: A~lie~t E[8~ili~: The Single State Agency for Alcohol ~d Drug Abuse (herea~r referred to as SSA ap~li~ts) h ~eh State. State is defined ~ the 50 States, t~e District of ~lmbi~ Gum, the Commonweal& of Pue~o Rico, the No~em Ma~a lsl~ds, the Virgin Isl=ds, American Sam~a, anti ~e Succor Stat~ to the Trust Territo~, of the Pacific Islands (the Federated Smt~ of Micronesia, R~ublic of the Marshall Islands, and the Republic of Palau). Any public or private nonprofit entiW ~at pro~d~ or e~ provide treatment and recovery se~ie~ to the target population(s) (hereafter referred to ~ Providers) and Indian Tribal Authorities. Beneflela~ EIl#bili%': ~blie or private nonprofit institutions/orga- nizations, Native American org~izations, and the ~rgeted popula- tion -- pregnant and postpa~um women and their inf~ (0-5) ~d children (~15) who suffer from alcohol and other d~g use prob- lems. Credentials/Documentation: SSA applicants must have cl~rly dem- onstrated the ability to (1) obligate funds at the subr~ipient level within 90 days of State receipt of awed from CSAT, and to obli- gate funds in an ~ount equal to the volume of gent funds ear- marked for the provider applicant, and (2) must have either under- gone, or be enrolled in, the Statewide technical review ~d techni- cal assistance component of CSAT's State Systems Devdopment Program. Evidence of capability to perform mint accomp~y each provider applicant proposal, and must consist of at le~t one of the [ollowing: fl) Documentation of the efistenee of = infrmt~eture upon which to initiate a treatment program for the ~rget popula- tion: (2) Documentation of the existence of ~ infrmt~eture upon which to initiate a treatment program for the t~get population. (3) Documentation that the provider applicant, is lieemed or accredit- ed to provide substance abuse treatment so,ices by appropriate certification or eredentialing bodies. Provider appli~ts who are not licensed or accredited to provide substance abu~ treatment services at the time of application and who receive awards are petted to obtain licensure or accreditation prior to completion of the grant project. APPLICA~ON AND AWARD PRO~SS: Prea~limtion Coordination: No preapplication coordination is re- quired. ~is program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'lntergovernmental Review of FederM Program." An applie~t program should consult the office or o~e~ d~ated ~ the sin#e point of contact in his or her State for more infomation on the pr~ess the State requires to ~ followed in appl#ng for ~ist- anee. if the State has selected the progr~ for renew. A¢¢li~fion Pr~ed~e: All applicants must ~e apportion fo~ PHS 5161-1 (Roy. July 1992), which contM~ S~rd Fo~ 424 (face page). Grant application ki~ may be ob~ed from H~q~ers Office listed below. Applications will be o~eefivdy re~qew~ by initial review group{s) composed primarily of nonfederM e~m. Awmd Pr~dare: G=nts in sup~rt of the projee~ r~o~ended for approvM by the initial regdew ~oups ~e aw~ded by CSAT to cit~er t~e Single State Agency for D~g Abu~ or ~e Provid- ~dlM~: For infi3~ation on the deadline dat~ for receipt of appli- cal~s con~a~ H~qa~e~ O~ce l~ted ~ow. ~ge ~f Acpro*~/Di~p~roval ~me: From 90 to 20 days. Renewals: TI57691726
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ASSIST~NCE CO~SIDERATIOM$: lor=mla ~ Mat~ug Reqmremen~ ~h~ f~n~ ~ ~d ~ ~ fir~aI er in-~nd; m~t ~ d~fi~ from ~c~ aad m~t ~ act le~ ~a~ $1 f~r ~ch S9 of Fede~ f~ provided in ~,~ c~e and t~o. an5 n~t I~ ~han SI t~r ~ch $3 Fed~ f~ ~ro'~ed in ~ sa~quent ~n~ ~d T~¢ P~g of ~em From I to 5 y~ ]POST ASSI~AN~ REQUiEmS: Re~: Unl~s ethe~i~ spe~fie~ progr~s re~ ~1 ~e req~red at le~ qaa~erly, ~fl a fin~cial s~tus re~ is requ~ed anau~ly. A fm~ ~ffo~ce re~ ~d financial s~tus re~ ~e due ~ys following the end of ~e ~roject Au~: In accord~ee with ~e provision of OMB Circ~ No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of State and Local Government". State ~d govemmen~ that receive financiM ~is~ of Sl~,~ or more within ~e State's fiseM y~r shMl have ~ aunt ~de for that y~. State ~a local govemmen~ that re~ive between $25,~ ~d $1~,~ within ~e State's fis~ ye~ shall have and audit made in accordance wi~ OMB C~cd~ No. A-128, or in aceord- ~ee with Feder~ laws ~d relations governing the progr~s in which they participate. For nongovernmental grant recipients, audi~ are to be carried out in accord~ee with ~e provisions set forth in OMB Circular No. A-133. In addition, grants are subject to inspection ~d aunts by DHHS and o~er Feder~ offiei~s. R~ords: ~ere is a 3-year record retention requirement. Records shall be retained beyond the 3-year period if the final audit has not been done or findings resolved. ~NANCIAL ~FORMA~ON: Accost Identifi~flon: 75-1362~-1-550. Obli~tions: (G~ts) FY 95 $25,701,908; FY 96 ~t not available; ~d FY 97 est not available. R~ge ~d Average of ~n~¢~ ~is~ee: $8~,~ to $I,~,~. PRO~R~I ACCOMPLISH~S: In fise~ ye~ 1995, 33 con~u- afion awards were made, and four new awards were made with residu~ funds from the fiscal year 1995 match incre~e require- ment for the current projects. ~e number of awards to be made in fiscal y~r 1996 and 1997 is contingent upon fis~ ye~ 1996 and 1997 appropriations. REGULATIONS, GU~EL~, AND L~RA~; 45 CFR Parts 74 and 92. PHS Grants Policy Statement, DHHS Publication No. (GASH) 9~50,~ (Roy.) April 1, 1994. Progr~ announcement, ~idelines and instructions ~e included in the application ~t which is available from Headquarters Office listed below. INFORMA~ON CO~A~S: Re~onll or ~e~ Office: Not applicable. H~dqu~te~ Office: Program Office: Div~ion of Clinic~ Pro- grams, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Subst~ee Abuse and Mental Heallh Servic~ Administration, Public Health Serv- ice, Depa~ment of Health and Hum~ Service, 7th Fl~r, Rock- wall II Building, 5~ Fishers Lan~ Roekvflle, MD 20857. Tele- phone: (301) ~3-81~. Grants Management Contact; Ms. Mable Lain, Grants Management Officer, Center for Subs~nee Abuse Tr~tment, Substance Abuse ~d Men~ Health ~r~qc~, 6th Floor, Roekw~! 1I Building, 5~ Fishe~ Lane, Rockvflle, MD 20857. Telephone: (301) ~9665. Use the ~me num~rs for ~S. ~D PROGraMS: 93.169, Demonstration Gr~ on M~el Projects for Pregnant and Pos~um Women ~d ~eir Infant; q3.937, Comprehensive Residenti~ Drug Prevention ~d Tr~t- ment Proj~ for Substance-Using Women ~d ~e~ Ch~dren. EX~tPL~ OF ~ED PRO~: Gateway Women's R~ov- e~' Progr~-Jacks~nville, Florida: Gateway ~ a r~idential tr~t- menl progr~ for pregnant and ~stpa~um women ~d their chil- dren which with grit sup~ h~ been able to develop eolla~ratlon with community agenci~ and r~urces for the pro- v~ion of "~'rap-around ~ie~ needed by the ~ omen, their inf~ and c~i[dren. A comprehensive ~ystem ~f ~'2z~ now through acc~ vf community h~t~ ~c~ ~d ~ti~n sys~s and ~ro~ ~mnm use ef M~i~C Je~i H~me, Inc. - Franc~o, ~f~mia: 2el~-~ H~ ~ a r~den~ trident needs ~f ~m~a ,~I:o have been ia:arcerated f,--,r n~n-~-icI'.nt drug related offe=s¢~, Jd~ Hot~e ha~ entered ~-.t~ a f~rmaI a~ree.m~t ',~hth t~.e ~ F~r.c~o S~ Depa~me~t to ~r~de r~i~al tr~e~ f,=r prc~4 ~d po~:pa~ ~omen ~d ~r chddrcn t~ce ia ~ent ~er ~a jail. ~ FOR S~E~O PRO~S.~: Pr~i:ct ~1 be re~ewed, ~ted, ~d ranked. C6tef~ for t~ni~ me6t renew of indi~d~ pro~ will include: proof of need: rel- ev~ and adeq~ey of progr~ desi~; r~oare~, pl~ning ~d ~gement; r~sonable~s and appropfiaten~s of budget; pro~ evM~fion. 93.102 DEMONS~TION G~S FOR ~S~E~L ~A~ FOR WOM~ ~D ~E~ C~LD~N ~idenfi~ Women ~d ~ildren) ~DE~L AGENt: SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ~MINIST~TION, PUBLIC HEAL~ SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND H~AN SEKVIC~ A~O~ON: ~bfie HeMth Se~i~ Act, Section 510, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 2~bb-3. OB~: To 1) Deere~e Mcohol and other drug use; 2) Reduce patient/client morbidity/mo~ity, especiaHy hum~ ~munodefi- cieney vir~ ~I~ infection, tuberculosis fiB), and sexually trans- miaed dis~ (S~s); improve ~e pr~ heM~ of both the mother and the child; 3) Improve the psye~atdc, psyeholo~eM, emotionM h~th ~d wall-berg; 4) Improve f~ily/soeial func- tio~ng; 5) Enh~ce ~e soei~eonomie well being of women and the fa~ly unit by improving employment s~tus, acc~sibility to hous~g, ~d human se~ees; 0 D~r~e ~volvement in and ex- posure to crime, inte~e~onai violence, child abuse and neglect, sexual abuse; ~d 7) Enh~ce the cognitive/edu~tional develop- ment of infers and children ~th inter-ute~ne exposure to alcohol ~d o~er drugs. ~ OF ASS~TAN~: Project Gr~m. USES AND USE ~IONS: Funds ~e ava~able for alcohol and o~er d~g abuse trident services ddivered in a residential set,g, coupled with primly heath, ment~ h~th ~d social servic~ for women, their ~ts and children thin can improve overaE tr~tment outcom~ for the woman, her c~dren, ~d her f~ily. Grit ~n~ may ~ used only for expen~ ele~ly related ~d nee~y to ~rry out approved aeti~ties, including both direct cos~ which ~n be s~ifie~ly identified wi~ ~e project and ~lowable ~dkeet costs. Funds may not be used to supplant eu~ent funding for existing activities. F~ds may not be us~ for the pureh~e of a facility to house any potion of the proposed pro~am. ~y fun~ pro~d for ~e pu~se of renovation ex- ~m~ must be de~iled ~d linked dir~tly to prog~atie ae- tiviti~. Any le~e ~ngement ~ as~iafion with the proposed pro~ ut~g thee fu~s may not extend beyond the project pefi~ or cover non-pro~matie aefivifi~. ~s~ for alterations and renovations will ~ allowable only where such ~terations and renovaao~ ~e neees~ for ~e success of ~e progr~. Con- s~uction ~s~ ~e not ~lowed. A~t E~bili~: ~e Single State Agency for Alcohol ~d Ab~ ~er~ter refe~ to ~ SSA applicant) in each S~te. S~te is defin~ ~ ~e ~ S~t~, the District of ~lamb~ Guam, • e Commonw~lth of Pue~o Rico, the No~em M~ana ~e V~n ~l~ds, ~efic~ S~o~ ~d the Saec~or S~t~ to the T~t T~m~, of the Pacific Isl~ds (the F~emte~ S~tes of Micron~ Republic ef ~e Ma~h~l Isla~s, ~d the Repablic Pahz). ~y pubic or p~a~ nonprofit ~tity ~t pr~Sd~ er can provide ff~t~nt ~d r~ove~' ~'ic~ to ~e ~F~la~c=(s) (her~ter ref~ to ~ Pro',~de~) ~n5 ~d~ Tribal 6-96 903 T157691727
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1~ Eli~il~li~-: Pubhc or pn~ate r~c, nFrcfit matit.t::w~/crga- C~~n~fiom SSA s~ph~ mus~ ~ave cl~iy d~- ~md ~e ab~k:y to (I) cbl;~te f~ a~ ~e ~ubreciFi~r ~in ~ da~ cf S~Ic receipt ~f a~~d from ~AT, ~d to ~te f~ds in ~ &~o~t ~u~ to the ~Iume ~f ~an~ f~ds ~r- m~ked for ~he ~rovifler a~Ii~h ~d (2) m~t have e~er ua~er- gon~ or ~ chromed ~, the Sm~wide t~hni~ revi~, ~fl ~ ~ com~nent of ~A~s S~te S~ms Developm~t ~rogm. Evidence of ~p~bflity to perfo~ m~t accompany each pro~der app~t pro~ml, ~d must consist of at le~t one cf the following: (1) D~men~fion of ~e ex~s~cc of ~ i~r~W~c~e u~n which to ~t~e a u~tment program for ~e ~get ~pula- tion; (2) D~um~fion of the existencc of ~ infr~cmre u~n which to ~ifiate a trident prog~ f~r ~e target ~pulafion. (3) Doc~en~ti~n ~at ~e provider applier, ~ l~censed or accredit- ed to pro~de subs~ce abuse trident se~,i~ by appropriate ce~ifi~fion or credentialing bodi~. Provider applicants who are not licem~ or ac~edit~ to pro~de subs~ce abuse treatment se~ic~ at ~e time of application and who receive awards arc pected to ob~n liccnsurc or accredi~fion prior to completion of the grit pr~ect. APPLICA~ON AND AW~ PRO~S: Pre~fion ~i~fi0m No preapplication c~rdination is re- quir~. ~ program is eligible for coverage ~dcr E.O. 12372, ']ntergovcmment~ Review of Fedcr~ Progrms". An applicant program should co~ult ~e office or o~ci~ d~ignated ~ the s~gle ~int of contact in ~ or her S~te for more info~ation on th~ pr~ the S~te requires to be followed in apply~g for ~ist- ~ce, if the S~tc h~ sel~ied the program for review. AppOrtion ~u~ All applican~ must use appli~tion fo~ PHS 5161-1 ~cv. July 1992), which conchs St~dard Fo~ 424 (face page). Grit application ~ts may ~ obmin~ from H~dqua~ers O~ce listed ~low. Applications will be obj~tively renewed by initial review group(s) composed pfi~fily of nonfederal ex~s. Awed ProCure: Grm~ in suppo~ of the projec~ recommended for approval by the initial review groups ~e awarded by CSAT to either the Single S~te Agency for D~g Abuse or the applicant provider. Dealing: For info~ation on the deadline dates for receipt of appli- cations contact the Headqu~ters Office listed below. ~e of A~rov~a~prov~ Time: From ~ to 120 days. A~I$: None. Re~ew~$~ None. ASSIST~ CONSlDERA~ONS: F0mul~ ~nd M~tc~ng R~men~: ~is progr~ h~ no statutory fo~ula or matching requirements. ~h ~ T~e Ph~in~ of ~ee: From 1 to 5 years. POS~ ASSI~ ~Q~EME~S: Re~m: Unl~ otherwise specified, progr~s re~rts will be required at l~t q~efly, and a finan~al s~t~ repo~ is required annually. A fin~ ~ffo~ance report and financial statu~ report are due 90 da~ following th~ end of the project ~ri~. Au~: In accordance ~th the pro~sion of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audi~ of S~te and ~ GovemmenW'. State and l~al govc~ t~t r~ved fin~ciM ~sis~ce of $1~,~ or more within the State's fi~ year shall have an audit ~de for year. State ~ 1~ govemmenm that receive ~tw~n ~fl $1~,~ within ~e State's fiscal year s~l h~vc ~ audit made in accor~ce wi~ OMB CRc~ar No. A-128, or in accord- ~ce ~th Fede~ laws ~d regulations governing the progr~s in which ~ey p~[cipate. For nongove~en~ grant r~ipien~ audim ~c to ~ed out in ~cord~nce with the provisions set forth in OMB Circular No. A-133. In addition, gan~ are subj~t to im~fion ~d au~ by D~S ~ other F~er~ R~ ~ere is a Ny~ r~ord re~tion req~ment. R~or~ ~h~l ~ re~n~ ~yonfl ~e 3-y~ ~ if &e f~ audil h~ b~ d~ne ~r ~n~in~ r~ol~ed. • ~cn a~d~ *~crc ~ad~ a~d ~ a~dit'e~al 9 a~-~'d~ ~cr= t)cm ~e Special Foff~tare Funds. F~cal y~r 1995 and 1997 awards are contingent u~on fi~1 y~r lq~6 a~d 1~7 dens. ~G~ONS, GL~, ~ LI~~: 45 CFR Pa~s 74 ~fl 92. PHS Grants Policy Statemem, D~S PabIieation No. (OAS~ 9~50,~ ~ev.) April 1, !~94. Program a~noun~men[s, g~idelin~ and instructions are included in the application ki~ which is availa~le from Headq~em Office li~ted ~elow. ~ORMA~ON CO~A~S: Re~on~ or ~ O~ee: Not applicable. H~d~u~ Off~ Progam O~ce: Division of Clini~ Programs, Center for Substance Abuse Tr~tment, Substance Ahu~ and Men~ H~lth Se~iees Administration, Public Health Service. Depa~ment of Health and Human Service, 7th ~oor, Roekwall II Building, ~6~ Fishe~ ~ne, Reckvflle, MD 20857. Telephone: (301) ~3-81~. GrmU Management Contact: Ms. Mable Lam, Grit Management Officer, Center for Substance Abuse Treat- ment, Subs~nce Abuse and Mental Health Service, Public Health Service, Dep~ment of Health and Human Services, 6th ~oor, Rockwall II Building, 56~ Fishers L~e, Rockville. MD 20857. Telephone: (301) ~3-9665. Use the same numbers for ~S. ~TED PROG~N~: 93.169, Demonstration Grants on Model Projects for Pregnant md Postpartum Women and ~eir lnfanls; 93.937, Comprehensive R~identi~ Drag Prevention ~d Treat- m?nt Proj~ts for Substance-Using Women and Their Children. EXAMPL~ OF ~NDEB PRO~S: The lwo San residential pro- gr~ for women ~d their children is pan of the mother organiza- tion, the ~t Side ~tholic Shelter, Inc., a nonprofit, inner-city agency l~ated in Cleveland, Ohio which provid~ food and shel- ter to homel~ women and their children. Operational since Octo- ber 1993, the six month r~identia[ and eighteen monlh continuing care progr~s of the lwo San project provid~ an Afrocemfic model of comprehensive services for twelve substance abusing women and up to 20 children at any given time. ~e target popu- lation is inner-city African American parenting women who~e drug of choi~ is crack cocaine. ~e treaiment for women focuses on rehabilitation from the disease of chemical dependency and places heavy emphasis on community reintegration and self-su~- ciency. ~e program provid~ comprehen¢iw ~ge~¢m~ntq dividualized services such as substance abuse and vocational edu- cation; groups dealing with domestic violence and ~xual abuse; medical and nutritional services; and parenting and life-manage- ment skills. The Ueatment program for children provides thor- ough developmental, physical and emotional as~ssments. Treat- mere is age-s~eific, culturally relevant and involves panicipatian of lhe mothers. ~e Iwo San program slren~h is its continuing care program grounded in the philosophy lhal solid, comprehen- sive continuing care is proactive relapse prevention at its unit of trea~ent is the family an~or signifi~nt others with a major f~ on family reunification and preservation. To date, the prog~ h~ se~,ed a total of 16 women and 27 children. Six of the women are slill in trident, on~ succ~sfally completed treat- ment, two were d~sch~ged, and 7 left the program again~ advice 0wo are sober, one of whom is in college and one in job training). Two women have relaps~ since their d~an~re from the proem. ~ FOR SE~G PRO~SA~: Pr~ee~ will be reviewed, rated, a~d ~kefl. Cdte~a fvr t~hn~c~ m~rh revt~" of ~di~d-~ projec~ will ~elude: pr~f of ~d: feb ev~e/adeq~c~~ af progam design; r~ourc~, p~a~i~g, and m~g~en/; r~¢~ble~/apFrepd~t~s ~f budget; an~ Fro- 6--96 T[57691728
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93.103 FOOD AND DRUG ADMLNI_STRATIONm RESE&RCH FEDERAL AGENCY: FOOD A~ND DRUG A.DMINISTRATIC)N, PUBLIC HE.~J~TH SERVIC~ DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HLrMAN SERVICES AUTHORIZATION: Public Health Service Act, Title IH, Section 3Ol(c), PubIic Lag, 78-410, as amended; Radiation Control for Health Safety Act of 1955, Public Law 90-602, 42 U.S.C. 241 a~d 263; 42 U.S.C. 300u, Title XVII; Small Business Innovation De- velopment Act of 1982, as amended, Public Law 97-219. OBJECT~rES: To assist profit-making organizations, public and other nonprofit institutions, to establish, expand, and improve research, demonstration, education and information dissemination activities concerned with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), poison control, drug hazards, human and veterinary drugs (includ- ing drugs for orphan product development), medical devices and diagnostic products, biologies, and radiation emitting devices and materials. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Programs: to stimulate technological innovation; to use small business to meet Federal research and development needs; to increase private sector commercialization of innovations derived from Federal re- search and development; and to foster and encourage participation by minority and disadvantaged persons in technological innova- tion. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICYIONS: Research grants are awarded to an eligible institution in the name of a principal investigator for a dis- crete project representing the investigator's interest and compe- tence. Funds are to be used for salaries and wages, equipment, supplies, travel, and other costs directly required to carry out the research. Conference grants provide partial support for domestic or international scientific conferences. Small Business Innovation Research Phase I grants (of approximately Gmonths' duration) are to establish the technical merit and feasibifity of a proposed re- search effort that may lead to a commercial product or process. Phase II grants for this program are for the competitive continu- ation of the research initiated in Phase I, and which are likely to result in commercial products or processes. Only Phase I award- ees are eligible to apply for Phase II support. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibifity: Awards can be made to any public or private nonprofit university, college, hospital, laboratory or other institu- tion, including State and local units of government. Commercial and nonprofit organizations are also eligible. To be eligible for funding, a proposal must he approved for scientific merit and pro- gram relevance by a scientific review group and a national adviso- ry council. Applications involving radiological health and confer- ences will be reviewed and evaluated for their scientific and tech- nical merit by a single review committee. Small Business Innova- tion Research grants can only be awarded to domestic small busi- nesses (entities that are independently owned and operated for a profit, are not dominant in the field in which research is proposed, and have no more than 500 employees). Primary employment (more than one-half time) of the principal investigator must be with the small business at the time of the award and during the conduct of the proposed project. In both Phase I and Phese II, the research must be performed in the United States and its posses- sions. To be eligible for funding, an SBIR application must be ap- proved for scientific merit and program relevance by a scientific review group and a national advisory council. Beneficiary EHgibility: Colleges, universities, profit-making organiza- tions, nonprofit institutions and State and local governments. Credeutlals/Do~umen~fian: Research and conference grant appli- cants must present a plan and fcur~ish e~dence that scientific com- petence, facilities, and equipment are appropriate to carry out the plan. For Small Business Innovation Research, each applicant must present a research plan a~d [m'ntsh evidence that scientific competence, experimental methods, fazilities, equipment, and sup- pl;~e~ are appropriate to cant out the plan. Furthermore, in Pha~e I, there shcuM bc an idea or concept wkh c~mmercial potential, rand h Ph~e It there should be e~denc.~ tha~ cemme~c~aluat~on cer~ce wi~ O~ Cir~l~ N~. A-~7 f~r State and I~ emmen~, For-profi~ ¢r~c~' co~ ~e dete~ined in a~rd- ~ ~ith Su~p~ 31~ ¢f ~e Fede~ Acq~d~on Re~a~o~ For c~er ~mte~ costa g~ ~ detemMed 5y ~S co~ect~ Re~afio~ 45 ~, Pa~ 74, Subpa~ Q ~d OMB Cir- cul~ No. A-122. ~P~CA~ON ~ AW~ PR~: Pr~H~fioa ~r~nafi0n: Not appli~ble. ~s pro~ is ex- cluded from coverage ~der E.G. 12372. A~li~fi0n P~e: ~on of Prepare S~ff is av~la~le by con~t~g the Headqa~m Offi~ li~ed below. ~e s~d~d ap- pli~tion fern, ~ fum~bed by ~A ~d required by 45 CFR, Pm 92 for State and l~ govc~, may be us~ for this pro- ~. ~e appli~t mint complete PHS Fo~ 398 for new com- ing con~fio~ or supplemental r~ch ~. SBIR appli- c~ must complete Ferns PHS 624G1 ~d ~26-2 for Phase I ~d Ph~e II application, r~ctively. ~1 ~solidted applications ~e sub~tted to the Division of R~ch Grm~, NationM Insti- tutes of H~I~, Bethesda, MD 20892. Appli~tions in response to Federal Re#ter Announcemems (soficited) shMl be sent to the ad~s listed below for Info~ation Conmc~ Headquarters Office. All application ~ may be ob~n~ from ~e FDA office l~ted below or from ~e DRG~IH at the a~ve addr~. This pro~ is subject to the pro~sions of 45 C~ Pm 74 and OMB Cirv~ No. A-110 for nonprofit ergot=flora. Awed ~ure: Research: All accepted r~earch grit applica- tions, with ~e exception of those funded under the Radiation Control for HeM~ Safety Act of 1968, Public Law 90-~2, and conference grits wMch are evaluated under obj~tive review procures, receive a duM scientific review. If sufficient funds are avMlablc, su~e~ful applic~ will ~ issued a Notice of Grant Awed by the FDA. SBIR: Ali acc~ted applications except those ~ded under the Radiation Control for H~ Safety Act of 1968, ~blic Law ~-~2, ~e evaluated for technical merit through a d~l review system. All approved applications compete for available SBIR ~t-~ide funds on the basis of technical merit ~d program relevance. ~: Contact Headqua~ers Office listed below for solicit~ re- se~ch appli~tion deadl~. Conference grit applications: Octo- ber 15, J~ 15, Ap~ 15, and July 15. SBIR: December 15, only. U~olicited applications: Feb~y I, ~e I, and October I. Unsolidt~ and SB~ applications ~e received and pressed by National In~itut~ of H~t~ivision of R~vh Orang. O~h~ Products Development Grant Applications: ~to~r 1 ~d Janu- ~ 15. R~ge of Approv~im~rov~ Time: From 6 to 9 months for re- s~ch ~t appfications. AIDS applicatiom: Up to 6 mon~s. SBIR appli~fions: A~ut 6 months. Confer~ce applications: Ap- pro~mately 3 months. A~: None. RenewS: Renew~s ~e avMlable. Procedur~ ~e the same ~ for new applications. ASSISTAN~ CONS~E~ONS: ForeSt ~d Matc~g Req~emen~: ~is progr~ h~ no s~tuto~ fo~ula or matc~g r~ents. ~st pa~cipafion is not re- quired. ~n# ~$ Time P~ of ~ee: No~ly, aw~ ~e made for 1 ye~ with ~fional support (up to 5 ye~s) de~nding the reco~endation of ~e d~l renew ~oups, succ~sful mnuM ~rfo~ance and actability of f~ds. Small Bnsin~ Innovation R~arch Ph~ I aw~ds ~e generMly for 6 months; ~ II aw~ds my not exc~ 2 ye~. PO~ ~IST~ ~Q~~S: Re~m: ~n~! prog~m prcgr~ re~r~, fm~ctfl status ~d ~v~tion s~tmea~ ~e r~ for ~nt~uafion at the end of ~eh budget ~ ~d fret r~v~ on all prcj~ mint be sub~ u~n comp~fiom Au~: ~ accord~ce %~ the ~ro~io~ of OMB CircuI~ No. A- 12~ 'Audi~ of Sm~ =~ ~ Oov~m~," S~te ~d I~1 90S TI57691729
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made in acccr~nce ~ith Circ~ar No, A-12L cr in ~hieh ~ey p~:ipate. F~r n~ngove~en~ g~n~ re~pien~. a~d~[~ ~e to ~ career c~u~ in acc~rdarce w~ t~e ~rovisi~ set fo~h in OMB Circular No. A-133. In addition, gran~ a~d cc~per- afire ageem~ts are subject to ins~efion ~d a~8i~ by DHHS and other Federal Reeo~: Pro~ repo~ ex~n~itures a~fl ether financial records m~st be re~ined for 3 y~rs from the day en which the grantee submi~ the finM fi~anciM s~t~s repo~ for the repo~ ~N~L ~OR~ON: Aeeo~t I&~fion: 75-9911-0-1-554. O~llofio~: (Gmn~) ~" 95 $20.149,056; FY ~6 ~t $20,~,~; anti R~ge ~ Averige of Financial ~is~ee: $10,~ to $1 PR~ ACCOMPLISHME~S: Research and Conference Gran~: In fiscal year 1995, 1~ new competitive appli~tions were received ~d a to~l of 174 (43 new, ~ noncompeting continu- ations. 3 ~mpeting continuations, 4 competing supplementM and ~ other actions) were awarded. Fifty new awards are estimated for fiscal y~rs 1996 and 1997. SBIR: In fiscal y~r 1995, one Phase I and two Phase II awards were made, and two or three awards are expected to be made ~ fiscal years 1996 and 1997. REGULATIONS, @~DEL~, AND L~TU~: PHS Grants Policy Statement, DHHS Publication No. (OASH) 94-50,~, (Roy.) April l, 1994. Public Health Omnibus Solicitation for Small Busine~ InnovMion R~eh. I~O~A~ON CO~A~: Re#onai or ~ Office: None. H~flqu~e~ Office: Progrm and Grants Management Contact: Robe~ L. Robins, Gran~ Management Officer, Division of Con- tra~ts and Procurement Management, OFA~, Food and ~ug Adminis~ation, Publio H~lth Service, Department of Health and Human Services, HFA-520, Room 3-40, Parklawn Building, Fishers ~ne, Rockville, MD 20857. Telephone and ~S: (301) ~3-6170; Fax (301) 59~6577; Internet addr~s: robinsr@A 1.~AOC.~A.GOV. RE~D PROGRAMS: None. EX~tPL~ OF ~DED PROffErS: (1) Radiation Effects and Ex- posure Cdtefi~ (2) Analytical Methodology for Animal Drug Tissue in Milk; (3) Post Marketing Su~eillance of Adverse Drug Reactions; (4) International Program on Chemi~l Safety; (5) Brea~ng Tolerate to Melanoma by Cyclospofine A; (0 Continu- ation of the National ~nter for Food Safety and Technology; (7) HormonM Regulation of Infantile Hemangiom~; and (8) SBIR: Ph~ I - Optical Detection and M~surement of Condom Effects. CRI~RIA FOR ~LE~NG PROPOSAl: The major elemen~ in evM~fing propo~ls include the ~sessment of: (1) the s~ientifie merit and generfl significance of the pro~sed study and its objec- tives; (2) the t~hnieal adequacy of the experimental desi~ and approach; (3) the eom~tency of the proposed investigator or group to succ~f~ly pursue the project; (4) the adequacy of the available propos~ faeiliti~ and resource: (5) the nee~sity of the badger com~nenB requ~tefl in relation to the proposed project; and (O the relev~ce ~d im~rt~ce to ~nouneefl progr~ jeefiv~. For Small Busin~ Innovation Research ap#i~o~, the mjor elements in evaluating Ph~e I ~am appli~tions ~glude the ~m~t of: (1) the teehnicM merit of the proposed res~ch; (2) the soundness of the propo~d deign and methods; (3) q~lifi~tions of the proposed pri~cipM inv~figator, s~, ~d cons~m~ (4) the ~temial of the pro~d res~reh for teehnolo#~l innovation and ¢omm~eial applieaficn: (5) the approp~t~s of the budget requ~ted~ ~d (6) ~e afl:q~:y suimbili~' ~f ~e fa~lifie~ ~d r~reh ent~ro~ment. In re~Je~ of P~a~ I1 a~li~tion~, criteria incl~ ~se lhted a~ve. i~ ad~- tion to the foEo~Sng: (1) t~e degree in ~hieh Ph~ I %ere met ~n~l ~e f~.~ibihv£ dememtrated; a.~d ~21 the adeq'~:y tk~ Ph~ I c~ect~ anti me~:c~' ~:r a~dr~i~g the ~scd r~ch. 93.1~ CO~~S~ CON~~" MEN~AL ~~ SER~ FOR ~D~N W~ SEROUS ~O~ON~ DI~&N~ (~D) (~ ~ild ien~ H~ Se~ce I~fiafive) ~D~L AG~': SUBST~ ABUSE A~ ME~AL HEAL~ SERVIC~ ADM~IST~TION, PUBLIC HEAL~ SERVICE, DEP~~ OF HEAL~ AND HUM~ SERVICES A~O~ON: ~blic H~h ~ce Act, Title V, Part E, don 561, ~ ~endcd~ Public ~w 102-321; 42 U.S.C. O~~: To providv comm~i~,-b~d systems of care t%r chil- dren ~d adol~een~ ~h • serious emotional disturbance and their families. ~e ~rogram will ensure that sv~iccs are provided collaboratively across child-sv~ing systems; ~at ~ch child or ad- olescent served through the program rvveivcs ~ individualized sc~icc pl~ developed wi~ the pa~vi~afion of [he family (and, where appropriate, lhe child): that ~vh individualized ~lan d~g- narcs a c~v m~agcr to ~sist the child ~d f~ily; and that fund- ing i~ provided for mental h~lih sewices required to meet the needs of youngsters in they systems. TYPES OF ~I~ANCE: Project USES AND USE ~S~ONS: Grit funds may be used for ties, wages and fringe benefits of prof~ional and support stuff: travel directly rchtcd to c~rying our semite activities; supplies, communications, and rem~ of equipment ~d s~ace; training spe- cifically a~vd at one of the follow.g: the devdopmvnt of indi- vidualized semite plans; the pro~sion of therapeutic foster care, group home care; inte~ive home-based sea, ices, or intensive day treatment sc~,iccs; adm~isl~tion of the system; and ap~ro~rime continuing education of two days or l~s; contracL~ for perform- ancc of activiti~ under the approved project; and other such kems necess~y to support project activities. Grant ~unds and re- quired matching funds m~y not be used for: other required serv- ices; to purvh~e or improve real essay prope~y; provide r~iden- tim care and/or servic~ in residential i~tmen~ cvmers serving more than 10 children in inpatient hospit~ sctt~gs: any training acfi~ti~ with the ex~ption of ihosv mentioned above; and non- mental h~lth sc~ic~ including mvn~l h~lth mcdi~l services. education~ services, vocational co~seling and rehabilitation, and ~ro~ection and advocacy. ELIGIB~ REQU~N~N~: AppH~nt EH~bIHW: S~tes, political subdivisions of a Stme, such county or I~al government, and FederMly-recognized Indian T~b~ gowmmcnts. Benvfi~i~ Eli~biH~: C~Idren under age 21 with a diagnosed seri- ous emofion~ dlsmrba~e, se~ous ~havioral d~sorder, or serious mcn~ disorder. Crede~li~e~fion: In order for an entity to be eligible m~t provide ~ following credentials or d~umvn~fion along with an application for ~is~ncv: (I) docum~fion that the mental h~th agency of the ap~lic~t receives mon~ from Ihe Cvn~er for Men~ H~ S~i~ M~nl~ Heal~ Se~,ices Block G~t~ (2) d~umen~lion ~hat the agpIi~t entity is qualified ~o ddivvr ~rvi~ under the S~ MedieVal ~lan ~d h~ an agree- ment to do ~, either direly or ~rough a see'ice ~rovider orga- ni~fion; (3) d~n~fion tha~ the S~tv h~ ~ approv~d plan for ~he develogment of a system of care for communky-b~d se~'ic¢s for c~ldrcn wi~h • ~o~ emotional disi~rbancv ~rovcd by the Secret. of t~e U.S. Dvpa~e~i cf H¢~th H~an Se~iz~. For ~h¢ ~ of ~ ~rog~m~ an S~at~ Me~ H~l~h PIan for childr¢n ~d adoI~en~ w~h TI57691730
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APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preai~l~catioa Coera~ufin~: T~ grogr~n ~ ~ig~!~ fo~ under ~O. I~ 'I~e~ ge~w ~f Fe~al Pro- ~' An applic~t shculd ccns~t ~: c~ce or c~ d~t- e~ ~ ~e single po~t cf ccn~ct in kis or h~ S~ for m~re infor- m~Ii~n cn ~ proc~ ~ S~e rcq~ir~ ~o ~ followed m apply- ~g f~r ~s~ce, if ~ State h~ ~tected ~ pro~ for re~4ew. A~H~n ~ S~d~d appIication fo~, ~ furnished by the ~b]ic H~ Sc~v]~ ~HS 5161-I, Rev. ff~y, 1992) and rc- quir~ by 45 C~ Pa~ 92 f~r S~te ~d l~fl government, m~t ~ ~cd by ap#i~. Grit ap#i~fion ~ may ~ obtained from: Gm~ M~ag~ent O~cer, ~nter for M~ H~th Service, Substance Abu~ ~d Men~ HeMth Se~i~ Adminis- tration, ~blie H~th Service, R~m 1849, Parkla~ Building, 5~ Fishe~ ~ne, Rockvi~e, MD 20857. Telephone: (301) ~3- ~56. Awed Pr~ed~e: Applications submitted are renewed in a ~,o-~ed ~cr review pr~s. Grants in suppo~ of projec~ recommended for approval by the ~itial review group ~d ~c ~ter for Mental Health Se~ic~ Advisory Council are awarded directly to the a~ plicant orga~zation. D~: Contact Headqua~ers Office listed below for application deadline. ~ge of A~proval~isa~prov~ Time: From 120 to 180 days. A~: None. Reaew~: None. A~IST~ CONS~ONS: FomuM ~d Matching R~uiremen~: Matching requirements pekin in specific insmces ~m E of Title V) of the Public H~th Serv- ice Act ~ amended; 42 USC 290ff. ~is progr~ requir~ that the applicant entity ~ll, with r~pect to the cos~ m be incurred in ~r#ng om the pu~e of this progr~, m~e available (directly or ~rough donations from public or private entitle) nonfederal contribmions towards ~ch costa in ~ amoum thin (1) fi~t, second and third ye~s -not less than $1 for ~ch $3 of Federal funds provided in the ~ant; (2) fou~h year - not less than $1 for ~ch $1 of Federal funds provided ~ ~e grant; and (3) fifth year - not less than $2 for each $1 of FederM funds provided in the ~ant. ~n# lid ~ile Ph~ng of ~mnce: Project will be funded for up to 5 years. Paymcn~ will ~ made under an Electronic Tr~sfcr System. PO~ ASSIST~CE REQUIREME~: Report: Annual progress reports are required as well as a finM per- fo~ance repot. Annual and final tin,caM stm~ repots are due not later than 90 days following the end of the budget/project finds. Aunts: In accordance with the provisio~ of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and L~M Governments," S~te ~d lo~ governments that r~civc financiM assis~ce of $1~,~ or more with~ the State's fiscM year sha~ have an audit made for that y~. S~te and locM gove~ments that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ withM the State's fis~l year shMl have an audit made in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-128, or M accord- ~ce wi~ Federal laws and regulations governing the programs in which they pa~icipate. In addition, ~ants ~d cooperative agree- men~ are subject to im~fion ~d audi~ by DHHS and other F~crM officiMs. Recor~ ~e is a 3-year record retention requirement: r~r~ shMl bc retained ~yond ~e 3-year ~fi~ if the finM audit h~ not ~n done or ~ngs r~olved. ~L ~O~tA~ON: Ac~t Iden~mfiom 75-1362~-1-550. Obli~fio~: (Gm~) ~" 95 $54,8~,458; ~" 96 eat not avMIable; ~d ~ 97 ~t not av~abl~ ~ge ~d Ave~e of ~n~ci~ ~i~e: $1,~3,C~ to $L286,102. PROG~M ACCO~~: A~prox~ately 23 awar~ ~u~ in fi~ y~ 1995. It is anticipated t~t the ~e will be i~ued ~ fi~fl y~ 1~6 mn~ 1997. REGLrLATIONS, GUI]}tI9,t,~, AND LITERATURE: 45 CFR Part ~2. G'.:iddines axe t~ro~-ide:l Mcng wl~ L-.str~:t:cr.s m al~!v!i:a~L:n kiL~. PHS Grants Po:i:y Sta:em.~nL DHHS P~bli~ti..~n No. (OASH) 94-$0,000, (Revised April 1, I994L INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Local Office: None. Headquarters Office: Program Contact: Gary DeCarolis, Chief, Child Adolescent and Family Branch, Divisinn nf Demonstration Programs, Center for Mental H~llth Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Public Health Serv- ice, Department of Health and Human Services, Room 18-49, Parklawn Building, 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockvill~, MD 20857. Telephone: (301) 443-1333. Grants Management Contact: Mr. Ste- phen Hudak, Grants Management Specialist, Center for Mental Health Services Administration, SAMHSA, Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Set,rices, Room 15C-05, Park- lawn Building, 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockvillc, MD 20857. Tele- phone: (301) 443-44fi6. Use the same numbers for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PROJECTS: New program. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING- PROPOSALS: The following review criteria will be used in evaluating proposals: 1)potential signifi- cance of the proposed project; 2) appropriateness of goals and ob- jectives; 3) adequacy and appropriateness of the proposed ap- proach and activities; 4) evidence of the State's readiness and com- mitment to the proposed project; 5) commitment to family partici- pation in system development and care of their children and ado- lescents; 6) degree of cultural competence demonstrated; 7)capa- bility and experience of project director, consultants, and other key staff; 8) adequacy of available resources; 9) reasonableness of the proposed budget; 10) cooperation in the evaluation activities; and 11) evidence of activities directed at developing continues funding support. Award criteria include: l) quality of proposed project as determined by the review process: 2) geographical dis- tribution; and 3) availability of funds. 93.10S BILINGUAL/BICULTURAL SERVICE DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS IN MINORITY HEALTH FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF MINORITY HEALTH, OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SCIENCE, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AUTHORIZATION: Public Health Service Act, Title VII, Section 1707(dXl), 42 U.S.C. 300u et. seq; Disadvantaged Minority Health Improvement Act of 1990, Public Law 101-527. OBJECTIVES: To pro~dde support to minority community-based health care facilities to improve the ability of health care provid- ers and other health care professionals to deliver linguistically and culturally competent health services to limited English-proficient populations. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE ~ICI~IONS: Funds are to be used to support projects that provide bilingual/bicultural assistance in the delivery of health services for American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, African Americans and Hispanies/ Latinos, including the unique linguistic needs of particular subpo- pulations of such groups residing in the United States and its terri- tories. Funds are not to be used for the provision of health care services, construction, building renovation strictly for acquisition of equipment, augmentation of ongoing Office of Minority Health (OMH)-supported demonstrations, or supplantation of ongoing project activities. ELIGIBLLITY REQUEREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Public and private nonprofit minority communi- ty-based organizations or health care facilities. Bemeficiary Eligibility: Members of the mir.ority groups whcse native language is other than English: Asian Americans/Pattie Islanders, Hi~anicsfLafinos, American Ind~aans, Alaska Natives, Native Ha- waiians, Afri:an Americans, or a subgro~ap of any ~f these groups. 6-96 907 TI57691731
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C~dca tisl~Documentst~c n~ ~PLICA~ON AND AWeD ~ppli~fian ~fio~ ~t~n c~¢rdmati~ ~ Fr,~gra~ is eligible f~r coverage un~r a~Ii~,t should ~2~uIt t~e office cr official desolated ~ the single ~nt ~f co~t in the State for mere i~fo~ati~n on the ~r~s ~e State requir~ to be flied when apFI~g f~r ~sis~nce, also covered by the Public HeM~ System Re~rting requirements. A~li~on Pr~eflare: Reques~ for the standard PHS appli~tion fo~ (SF PHS 5161-1, Red,set July 1992) ~d instructions for sub- mission shoed be directed to Mrs. ~relyn A. Williams, Grits M~agement Officer, Division of M~agemant Operations, Office of Minority H~th, Office of Public Health ~d Science, Office of the S~ram~', DHHS, ReekwMl II Building, Suite 1~. Rock- ville. Maryland 20852. Telephone: (301) 59~0758. A signed origi- nal and two copies of the appli~tion are requ~ed. Applications are ~cre~ed upon receipt of completeness, responsivene~, and confo~ance to the program a~ouncement. ~ose applications judged to be unacceptable based on this initial screening will be returned to the applicant. Accepted applications wilt be reviewed for technicd merit by federM and/'or nonfederal expem who m~e funding recommendations to the Deputy Assistant Secre~ry for Minority H~lth. Award Pr~edure: After receiving the recommendations of ~e review panel the Deputy Assistant Secretory for Minority Health will make final decisions on thnding projec~ ~fl awards are issued. D~ines: Contact Headquarters Office listed ~low for application d~dlines. ~ge of Ap~oval/D~a~rovai Time: From ~ to 120 days. A~ils: None. RenewMs: None. ASSISTANCE CONSIDE~TIONS: Formula ~fl Matching Requtrem¢n~: This program has no statutory formula or matching requirements. ~n~h and Time Ph~g of Assis~ee: Grant projec~ will have a 12-month budget period ~d a 3-year project ~fiod. POST ASSI~AN~ REQUIREME~S: ReBo~: progre~ reports are required for ~ch budget period and a final performance report is due 90 days following the end of the project peril. Finm~cial s~tus reports are due at the end of each budget period and a final status repots is due 90 days following the end of the project period. Audi~: In a~cordance with the provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, "Audits of State and Local Governments," States that receive financiM ~s~ce of $1~,~ or more within the State's fis~l year shall have an audit performed that ye~. State and local gov- ernments that r~eive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within the State's fis~l ye~ shMl have an audit performed in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-128 or Federal laws and regulations of the progr~ in which they pmicipate. For nonprofit r~ipients, audits are to be carried out in accordance with the provlsio~ of OMB Circul~ No. A-133. Reeor~ Fin~cial records, supposing document, statAtical records. and all other records pertinent to a grit shMI be ret~ned for a minimum of 3 y~r~ or longer pending completion and resolmion of ~y a~dit finding. ~NAN~ I~O~TION: Account I~n~fion: 75-1101-tl- 1-550. ObB~tlons: (Grants) FY 95 SI.267.232: ~' 96 est $1,3~,O)3; and R~ge ~d Av~age of F~c~ A~ce: 5~9,937 to PROGraM ACCOMP~SHM~N~: granLs "~ere aw~ded g~ 3-y~ vr~Y~t periods. It i~; ex~ct~ t~t tY~ ~e gran~e~ yea~ lq;6 avd t~7 1LEGUL~,TIONS, GUIDELL~,T.,S0 .~.ND LITERATURE: 45 CFR Parts 74 a~ ~2. Spe~I~,~ pr,=gm~ rega:reme~t~ ~re conta~r, ed k'~ the g~':za~i,:n ~r, stva:ti:r2~ the Federal Register aaa:u=ccramat~ and the PHS Grant~ Poli:~ S~tement (DHHS PabE~ti~n No. (OASH) ~34-~0.*X~Z Roy. A~ni I, 1994). INFORMATION CONTACTS: Regional or Iamal Office:. N~t al~pli=ahl~ Headquarters Office: Program ConLxct: Ms. Cynthia H. An-2s, Dzrec- tot. Division of Program Operations, Office of Minority Health, Office of Public. Health and Science, Off~ce of the Secretary, De- partment of Health and Human Services, Reekwall II Building, Suite I000, 5515 Security Lane, Rockville, Maryland 20852. Tele- phone: (301) 594-0769. Grants Management Contact: Mrs. Carolyn A Williams, Grants Management Officer, Division of Manage- ment Operations, Office of Minority H=Ith, Office of Publio Health and Science. Office of the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Service, Reckwall I1, Suite 1003, 5515 Securi- ty Lane, Rockville, Maryland 20852. Telephone: (301) 5940758. Use the same numbers for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: None. EX.~fPLF_~ OF FUNDED PROJEC1S: In fiscal year 1995, projects awarded focused on: I) reducing linguistic and cultural barriers which exist between Hispanic patients and health care providers through language and cultural training sessions; 2) developing and implementing a case management and eduction program that tar- gets specific groups of limited-English-speaking Asians and Pacific Islanders; and 3) assessing the health status of Chinese, Vietnam. ese, Cambodian, and Laotian seniors; providing lectures on Asian health care needs and specific health resources, and providing bi- lingual and bicultural translators and interpreters. CRITERIA FOR SELEC'rING PROPOS.~LS: General uriteria used to review applications are (1) consistency of project's goals and objectives with the Office of Minority Hcahh's mission, 2) coher- ence and feasibility of method and acdvlties selected to address the problem as evidence in the proposed implementation plan, 3) strength of proposed grant organization's management capability, 4) adequacy of qualifications, experience and cultural competence of proposed personnel, and 5) strength of analysis of potential impact or innovation that the project proposes to generate. 93.106 MINORITY INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH TRAINING GRANT IN THE BIOMEDICAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES FEDERAL AGENCY: NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH, PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SER