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Subcommittee on Domestic and International Scientific Planning and Analysis of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, second session ; prepared by the Science Policy Research Division, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress ... July 1976.

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COMMITTEEE PRIfl]



STATUTORY PROVISIONS RELATED TO
FEDERAL RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT

SUBCOMMITTEE ON
DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL
SCIENTIFIC PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
OF THE

COMMITTEE ON
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
NINETY-FOURTH CONGRESS
SECOND SESSION.

PREPARED BY THE
SoIww* POLICor RESEARCH DIVISION
CONGRESPOIOAL RESEARCH SERVICE
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS


VOLUME II
Or Two VoLUiMs
Serial KK






JULY 1976

Pointed for the me of the Committee on Science and Technology

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COMMITrEE ON SOIONOB AND T3CHNOWOGY
OLIN A. TEAGUE, !imae, Chaimrmn


KEN HECHLER, Went Virginia
THOMAS N. DOWNING, Virginia
DON FUQUA, Florida
JAMES W. SYMINGTON, Missouri
WALTER FLOWERS, Alabama
ROBERT A. ROE, New Jersey
MIKE McCORMACK, Washington
GEORGE E. BROWN, Ji., California-
DALE MILFORD, Texas
RAY THORNTON, Arkansas
JAMES H. SCHEUEB, New York
RICHARD L. OTTINGER, New York
HENRY A. WAXMAN, California
PHILIP H. HAYES, Indiana
TOM HARKIN, Iowa
JIM LLOYD, California
JEROME A. AMBO, New York
CHRISTOPHER J. DODD, Connecticut
MICHAEL T. BLOUIN, Iowa
TIM L. HALL, Illinois
ROBERT (BOB) KRUEGER, Texas
MARILYN LLOYD, Tennessee
JAMES J. BLANCHARD, Michigan
TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Colorado


CEAZLS A. MOSEHu, Ohio
ALPHONZO BELL, California
JOHN JARMAN, Oklahoma
JOHN W. WYDLER, New Tork
LARRY WINN, Js., Kansam
LouiS "EBY. ;I., Florida
BARRY M. GOLDWATER, Is., Califorala
MARVIN L. 58CR. Michigan
JOHN B. CONLAN, Artsonas
GARY A. MYERS, Penn7ylTauia
DAVID V. EMERY, Maine
LARRY PREBBSLR, Both Dakota

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HAROLD A. GOULD, Dumpnfl Director
PHILIP B. TRAUa, Oousael
FRANX I, HAMMILL, Jr., Oeasel
JANI ES WEi.oL, ta0hsiesI Corn bI~Mt
J. TuOsAs RATcavomD, 8040en00 OnusEtant
JOHN D. HoLuruLD, Soleos" O Iesu t
RALls N. RpAD,: Tackeaoal OnnfMltot
Rosin C. KuVCsAK, Cevsael
REGINA A. DAvis, Chief Clerk
MICHAEL A. SuBruAnA, Minority Counsel


SuBCOmMzE ON DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL
SCIENTIFIC PLANNING AND ANALYSIS


RAY THORNTON, Arkansas, Chairman


ROBERT A. ROE, New Jersey
DALE MILFORD, Texas
JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York
HENRY A. WAXMAN, California
JEROME A. AMBRO. New York
JAMES J. BLANCHARD, Michigan


JOHN B. CONLAN, Arizona
JOHN JARMAN, Oklahoma
f0ABT A. MYERS, Pennsylvania


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VOLUME I-PARTS I AND II
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S e t r of T ran s mittal -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -
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A*rj I-4unVKY AND ANALYsis OF THE FEDERAL STATUTORY PROVISIONS
RELATED TO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Summary -----------------------
Intro d uc~ on - --- --- --- --- --- -- --- --- --- --- --- ---- -- - - 5
surveyy and Analysis--- ----------------------------------------
Organizational 8Survey -------------------------------------
Areas of Interest to House Committee on Science and Technology.-.- 9
Tables of Federal Research and Development Status:
1. The Congress, the Judicial Branch, the Executive Office of the
President ----------------------------------------- 11
2. Department of Agriculture-------------------------- 12
&. Department of Commerce ------------------------------
4. Department of Defense-Civil-------------------------- 15
5. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Health -- 15
6a Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Education- 17
7. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare-Welfare and
Human Development.. -'- ________ 18
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& Departmpat of Housing and Urban Development ------------19
9. Department of the Interior----------------------------- 19
10. Departments of Justice, Labor, and State---------------- 20
n. Department of Transportation------ --------------21
It Atomic Energy Commission and the Energy Research and De-
lie .elopment Administration, Environment Protection Agency.. 22
i3. federal Aviation Administration, Federal Communications
Commission, Federal Energy Administration, Federal Marl-
* .. time Commission, National Academy of Sciences, National
Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Science
Foundation ------------ ----------------23
14. Peace Corps (ACTION), Smithsonian Institution, Veterans
Administration, Community Services Administration------ 24
It l& Coordinated Multiagency Activities---------------------- 25
16. Other Organizations------------------------------- 2
17. General Government------------------------------

PAT I1--P"WISuWs OW THEn UMiIED STATES COE THROUGH THE 9SND
i CONGRESS RELATED TO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

U.&C. Title 2-The Congress----------------------------------- 31
,VW.S.C. Title 5-Government Organization and Employees------------- 44
tILaC. Title 7-Agreulture ---------------------------- --- 117
o.S.C. Title 8-Aliens and Nationality------------------------- 202
U.S.C. Title 12-Banks and Banking--------------------------- 226
1.S.C. Title 14-Coast Guard--------------------------------- 233
tgC. Title 15-Commerce and Trade---------------------------- 235
V.ac0. Title 10-Conservationi---------------------------306
aRC. Title 17-Copyright ---- ---- ------------------------------ 429
U40C.-Ttle S%-Crimes and Criminal Procedure.------------------- 432
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47-Telegraphs, Telephones, and Radiotelegraphes-_
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49-Transportation ------- -----
50-War and Nattoual Defense---- --- ---------iQ-

VOLUME II-PART III -
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PART III-LAws Or THE 93Bn CONGnSS BRELrTD TO REBEAsso A'S
DEVELOPMENT
93RD CoNiEnss, 19T S5ssION (1973):
Public Law 93-29 -Older Americans Comprehensive Service Amend-
ments of 1973 (Titfes I -III)----- 1193
Public Law 93-29 -Older Americans Comprehensive Service Amend-
ments of 1973 (Titles IV-IX)-..----- 1211
Public Law 93-82 -Veterans Health Care Expansion Act of 1973-- 1233
Public Law 93-83 -Crime Control Act of 1973- --- ---- -- 1253
Public Law 93-86 -Agriculture and Consumer Protection Act of
1973- -- 1279
Public Law 93-87 -Federal-Md Highway Act ofi1973 (Title]-l -12
Public Law 93-87 -Highway Safety Act of 1*73 (Title II)---- 1349
Public Law 93-112-Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Pt. 1)----------- 1385
Public Law 93-112-Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Pt. 2) s 1388
Public Law 93-146-Amtrak Improvement Act of 1978-- -------1408
Public Law 93-151-Amend the Lead Based Paint Poisonhng Preen-
tion Act ------------- --- 1417
Public Law 93-154-Emergency Medical Services Sybtems Act of
1973 ----------------------------- 1422
Public Law 93-203-Comprehensive Employment and Training Act
of 1973 (Titles I-Ill)----------- 1434
Public Law 93-203-Comprehensive Employment and Tralfl*t AMt of
1973 (Titles I-V I)--------------- 1463
Public Law 93-205-Endangered Species Act df 1973---- ----- 1486
Public Law 93-222-Health Maintenance Organization Act o'973_- 1510
Public Law 93-236-Reg9nal Rail Reorganization Act of 1973
(Titles I-1)--------------------------- 1537
Public Law 93-236--R1Legional Rail Reorganization Act of 1973 (TiUt WA
f -1559
93RD CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION (1974): .. *rs r .
Public Law 93-247-Child Abuse Prevcntion and Treatment Act..-- 165s
Public Law 93-270-Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Astof l974--s a536
Public Law 93-275-Federal Energy Adkniiftan Mtof 1974..* 4 aSs
Public Law 93-282-Comprehensive Aeohll4 Abuae and Alqohqlipsn
Prevention, Treatfmont, ad Rehabiitatiqa
Act---- ------ ----- ---------- i 1- )7
Public Law 93-288-Disaster Relief Act of 1974------ --,- .-- 1621
Public Law 93-296-Research on Aging Act of 1974 -
Public Law 93-311-National Commiipn on, Prouctivity aMnd'.
Work Quality Act----------
Public Law 93-319-Energy Supply and E jitfJ Co4UnaUQU.
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.blic Law 93-320-Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Act --
4llk fublicM Law 93-3S3-Health Services Research, Health Statistics, and
Medical Libraries Act of 1974 -------
2: 1Public Law 93-354-National Diabetes MeUitus Research and
lt: Education Act--- --------------
7 yubjc Law 93-366-Amendmepts to the Federal Aviation Act of
1958
eublc Law 93-380-Education Amendments of 1974 ---------------
k i Public Law 93-383-HQuhing and Community Development Act of
1974 ------------------ -- -
Public Law 93-409--Solar Heating and Cooling Demonstration Act
of 1974-----------------
P,,. Public Law 93-410-Geothermal Energy Research, Development,
F- and Demonstration Act of 1974 -----------
Publie Law 93-415--juvenile Justice ald Delinquency Prevention
Actof 1974-- --------------
Public Law 93-428-Egg Research and Consumer Information Act - -
- Public Law 93-438-Energy Reorganization Act of 1974 ------------
,Public Law 93-454-Federal Columbia River Transmission System
Act --------------------------------------
Public Law 93-473-Solar Energy Research, Development, and
Demonstration Act of 1974 ---------
Public Law".3 445-Amendments to the Federal Deposit Insurance
Act---- ------------- --
S"Publir Ljw 93-496-Amtrak Improvement Act of 1974 ----------
Public LaU 93-498--Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act of 1974-
P'ublib Law 93-503S-National Mass Transportation Assistance Act
of 1974 ----------------
Public Law 93-516--Amendments to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
and to the Randolph-Sheppard Act ----------
Public Law 93-523-Safe Drinking Water Act--------------------
P )Pubiqc Law 93-535-Establish the Cascade Head Scenic-Research
4 Aiia in the State of Oregon----------------
$'t Pubic Law 98-438-Disabled Veterans' and Servicemen's Automobile
and Adaptive Equipment Amendments of
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--Public Law 93-573-Amend Title 17 of the United States Code----
Public Law 93-577-Federal Nonnuclear Energy Research and Devel-
opment Act of 1974--------------------
SlPublie Law 93-633-Hazardous Materials Transportation Act-----
Public Law 93-640-National "Arthritis Act of 1974---------------
Public Law 39-641-National Health Planning and Resources De-
velopment Act of 1974--------------------
Public Law 93-644-Headstart, Economic Opportunity, and Com-
munity Partnership Act of 1974 -----------
AUTHORIZATION and APPROPRIATIONS ACTS,
93RD CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION (1974):
Public Law 93-269-Authorization for Office of Education Available
for Obligation and Expenditure Until June 30,
1975-------------------------
Public Law 93-276-Authorization for the Atomic Energy Commis-
sion-------------------------------------
Public Law 93-302-Authorization to Carry Out the Peace Corps Act-
Public Law 93-305-Second Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1974t-
Public Law 93-307-Authorization for the Armed Forces during
the Fiscal Year 1974------- --------
Public Law 93-308-Amend Maritime Program Authorization------
Public Law 93-312-Amend the Department of State Authorization
Act of 1973--------------------------
Public Law 93-316-Authorization for the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration -------------------
Public Law 93-321-Joint Resolution for Appropriations for the
Veterans' Administration ----------------
Public Law 93-322-Authorization for Energy Research and Devel-
opment Activities of Certain Departments---
Public Law 93-324-Joint Resolution on Continuing Appropriations
for the Fiscal Year 1975----------------


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LAWS OF THE 93D CONGREsS R ELATED TO
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A f^ 93RD CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION
?lf ; -*** *ITEM 28*

4. 3I 87 STATA.i0
&. A6e CO*PREHENSIVF SERVICE AMENDMENTS OF 1973"

|I..:: 93RD CONGRESS, S. 50
c. *i MAY 3, 1973
4n >, AN ACT
pTRENGTHE? AND 1MPORVE THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965, AND
i fO91aDtNI PURPOSES...
PE IT ENACTED BY THE SENATE ANNO HOUSE OF. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED
SAMERICA I1 CONGRESS ASSEMBLED, THAT THIS ACT MAY BE CITED AS THE
"%fit -NMERIPANS" COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES. AMENDMENTS OF 1973".
TITLE I DECLARATION OF OBJECTIVES
1J FINDINGS AND PURPOSES
3EC.. A01. THE CONGRESS FINDS THAT MILLIONS OF OLDER CITIZENS IN THIS
NAtION ARE SUFFERING UNNECESSARY HARM FROM THE LACK OF ADEQUATE SERVICES.
IT:L ,U TREFORE THE PURPOSE OF THIS ACT, IN SUPPORT OF THE OBJECTIVES OF
Ti B AERICANS ACT OF 19t, TO //79 STAT. 21i; 42 U.S.C. 3001

4V I'i~^U^ MflRA AVAILABLE COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS WHICH INCLUDE A FULL
yWNGE OF, HEALTH. EDICITION9 AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO OUR ALDER
ttfl*NS MHQ NEEOTHEM.,
: .52AZ* GIVE FULL .AND $PUCIAL.CONSIDEpATION TO OLDER CITIZENS WITH
SPECIAL NEEDS IN PLANNING SUCH PROGRAMS, AND, PENDING THE
w AVAJ4ABILZTY OF SUCH PRQGRANS FOR ALL OLDER CITIZENS. GIVE PRIORITY
(ChN ;T"i- ELDO4 p' SI Tti THE GREATEST ECQNOMjC AND SOCIAL NEID,
A ..A fL-p flOvIbE GOMPAEHENSIVE PROGRAMS WHICH, WILL ASSURE THE
%4 SOtDIQNATEV DELIVERY OF A FULL RANGE OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES TO OUR
7 ylDO CIT ElNS, AND, WHERE APPLICABLE, ALSO FURNISH MEANINGFUL
A JPIPLOYMENT. PPPORTUNITIES FOR MANY INDIVIDUALS, INCLUDING OLDER
PERSONS. t'OUNG" PERSONS. AND VOLUNTEERS FROM THE COMMUNITY. AND
0(41 INSURE THAT THE PLANNING AND OPERATION OF SUCH PROGRAMS WILL
ii UNDERTAKEN AS A PARTNERSHIP OF OLDER CITIZENS, COMMUNITY
yt AGEINCIES AND .-STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, WITH APPROPRIATE
2 'ASStSTANCE FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
A$Ei.S 402. SECTION 101 181 OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AMENDED
ey MINSRTING% AFTER NS4RVICES" THE FOLLOWING: p* INCLUDING ACCESS TO
LSNfiTITRANSPORTATIONU. //42 U.S.C. 3001.//
7". . A TITLE ,I1 -- ADMINISTRATION ON AGING
444644A.. .$AI SECTION o01 OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS
A4N4DE9 TO-READ AS FOLLOWS: //42"U.S.C. 3011./I
-- "ESTABLISHMENT OP ApMINJSTRATION ON AGING
StEC 20o'' CA) THERE IS ESTABLISHED IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY AN
ADMINISTRATION ON AGING 1HEREINAFTEP IN THIS ACT REFERRED TO AS THE
'ADMINISTRATION') WHICH SHALL BE HEADED BY A COMMISSIONER ON AGING
(HEREINAFTER IN THIS ACT REFERRED TO AS THE COMMISSIONERR. EXCEPT FOR
TITLE VI ANC AS OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED BY THE OLDER AMERICANS













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COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES AMENDMENTS OF 1973, THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL BE THE
PRINCIPAL AGENCY FOR CARRYING OUT THIS ACT. IN THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS
FUNCTIONS. THE COMMISSIONER SHALL BE DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO THE OFFICE OF
THE SECRETARY. THE SECRETARY SHALL NOT APPROVE ANY DELEGATION OF THE
FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER to ANY OTHER OFFICER NOT DIRECTLY
RESPONSIBLE TO THE COMMISSIONER UNLESS THE SECRETARY SHALL FIRST SUswIrT -
PLAN FOR SUCH DELEGATION TO THE CONGRESS. SUCH pELFGATION IS E5FECt3YAT "
THE END OF THE FIRST PERIOD OF SIXTY CALENDAR DAYS OF CONTI U--US SESShN
OF CONGRESS AFTER THE DATE ON WHICH THE PLAN FOR SUCH DEL EGAtlIb IS
TRANSMITTED TO IT: PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT WITHIN THIRTY DAYS OF SUCH
TRANSMITTAL, THE SECRETARY SHALL CONSULT WITH THE COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND
PUBLIC WELFARE OF THE SENATE AND THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR WF
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RESPECTING SUCH PROPOSED DELEGATION. FOt tHE
PURPOSE OF THIS SECTION, CONTINUITY OF SESSION IS BROKEN ONLY SY AN
ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS SINE DIE, AND THE DAYS ON WHICH EITHER RUSE IS
NOT. IN SESSION BECAUSE OF AN ADJOURNMENT OF WORE THAN THREE DAYS" TO Afl?
CERTAIN ARE EXCLUDED IN THE COMPUTATION OF THE THIRTY-DAY ANDStlXTT-4Sr
PERIODS. UNDER PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN k REORGANIZATION PLAN. A PROVISION
OF THE PLAN MAY BE EFFECTIVE.
*gBl THE COMMISSIONER SHALL BE APPOINTED -BY THE PRESIDENT BY A-e &'
THE ADVICE AND CONSENT OF THE SENATE.0 .
IB (113 SECTION 202 (4) OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 41H.
TO READ AS FOLLOWS: 1/79 STAT. 220; 42 U.S.C. 3CI$L/
"141 DEVELOP PLANS, CONDUCT AND ARRANGE FOR RESEARCH IN THE 01
OF IGING, AND ASSIST IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AND CARRY OUTxPROPRAMS
OFSIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF OLDER PERSONS FOR SOCIAL SVRfXCES.
INCLUDING NUTRITION. HOSPITALIZATION, PRERETIREMENT TRAINING.
CONTINUING EDUCATION, LOW-COST TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING, AND
HEALTH SERVICES;'
(21 SECTION 202 OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AENDtpD BY
STRIKING OUT %AND= AT THE END OF PARAGRAPH (7), BY STRIKING OUT lTE PERIOD
AT THE END OF PARAGRAPH 18$ AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF us AiMV, AND 2V
ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEU PARAbRAPHS:
0(95 DEVELOP BASIC POLICIES AND SET PRIORITIES SMITH RESPECT TO
THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES CON4WCTED
UNDER AUTHORITY OF THIS ACT; -
"110) PROVIDE FOR THE COORDINATION OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS AND
ACTIVITIES RELATED TO SUCH PURPOSES;
*1l1) COORDINATE, AND ASSIST IN. THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT BV
PUBLIC (INCLUDING FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL AGFNCIESk AND NONPROFIT
PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS OF PROGRAMS FOR OLDFR PERSONS. WITH A VI EN TO
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF COMPREHESIVE,:
COORDINATED SERVICES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUCH" PEkSOftiF'
N(121 CONVENE CONFERENCES OF SUCH AUTHORITIES AND OFFIfIAL$ OF
PUBLIC (INCLUDING FEDERAL. STATE, AND LOCAL AGENCIES) AND SNPROFIT
PPIVATE ORGANIZATIONS CONCERNED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATIONjA
OF PROGRAMS FOR OLDER PERSONS AS THE 01MISSIONER DEEMS NECESSARY 9R
PROPER FOR THF DEVELOPMENT ANO IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICIES RELATEDT9 1
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1195


;* fiTHEI PURPOSES OF THI1S ACT;
(ii A .,jAi UW LOP .AND OPERATE PROGRAMS PROVIDING SERVICES AND
b ORaTUNITI AS *THORILED BY THIS ACT WHICH ARE NOT OTHERWISE
yJh, .^.tVsive n $TgNG .PROGRAMS FOR OLDER PERSONS;
CA N CONTINUING EVALUATION OF THE PROGRAMS AND
litEEl L ITD TO THE PSURPOStS. OF THIS 'ACT, WITH PARTICULAR
tTiNflON TO THE "IMPACT OF MEDICARE AND MEDICAID, THE AGE
kttI" DI M-ININAT!ON ACT Pf 1967, AND THE PROGRAMS OF THE NATIONAL HOUSING
ACy RE-.T:M$ TO HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY AND THE SETTING OP STANDARDS
f;0 'H&tkNG OF NURSING HOMES, INTERMEDIATE CARP HOMES, AND
t" ,r,.I~eR1 'iaIItI~nES PROVIDING CARE FOR OLDER PEOPLE; /S8 STAT 602;
*'" '2w S.C. 621 NOTE. 48 STAT. 1246; 12 U.S.C. 1701 AND NOTE.//
VA1151 PROVIDE INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE TO PRIVATE NONPROFIT
S 'ORGANIZATIONS FtJR THE' ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION BY THEM OF
,...j Pq OGMAMS. ANDM ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE PURPOSES OF THIS ACT;' AND
'1161 OEVELOP, IN COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES, A NATIONAL
PLAIN FOR NEMTING THE NEEDS FOR TRAINED PERSONNEL IN THE FIELD OF
A hGIu.- AhoDpR TRAINING PERSONS FOR CARRYING OUT PROGRAMS RELATED TO
T PURPOqSE$,QF THIS.ACT, AND CONDUCT AND PROVIDE FOR THE. CONDUCTING
Ptf$VCHJTRAtI-NGP
lST 20b OF THE ACT LAS AMENDED BY THE PRECEDING PROVISIONS OF
IVSU6S*CTIbNV 'S FURTHER AMENDED BY INSERTING *IA)- AFTER 'SEC. 202.'.
iNblY01 AbING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBSECTION: //ANTE, P.
^4(I*'IEtImTI&G HIS DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS UNDER THIS ACT AND CARRYING
66V 1I4 PROGOMS A1D ACTIVITIES PROVIDED FOR BY THIS ACT, THE
tfxISItbNER, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE DIRECTOR OF ACTION, SHALL TAKE ALL
POSSIBLE STEPS TO ENCOURAGE AND PERMIT VOLUNTARY GROUPS ACTIVE IN SOCIAL
5 RVCES. INCLUDING YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL OR
t| L.R LfVEL, TO. PARTICIPATE AND BE INVOLVED INDIVIDUALLY OR THROUGH
fNT TIVE GROUPS IN SUCH PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
4 tLI, ThROUiGi THE PERPORMA4CE OF ADVISORY OR CONSULTATIVE FUNCTIONS,
6T Ht?;. 4PRGIAt?! 4TAT S.
cC IITtL'i OF .T11E OLDfR AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS FURTHER AMENDED BY
A41IN' 'AT THE ENDVTHEROF THE FOLLOWING NEW SECTIONS: /179 STAT. 220: 42
S.S.C. 3011.//
-FEDERAL AGENCY COOPERATION
4 9s|c. 203. FEDERAL AGENCIES PROPOSING TO ESTABLISH PROGRAMS
4QS:4'tttLE?; RGLATO..TO THE PURPOSES OF THIS ACT SHALL CONSULT WITH THE
ADMINISTRATION ONt AGING PRIOR TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SUCH SERVICES, AND
FEQERAI, AGENCIES ADMINISTERING SUCH PROGRAMS SHALL COOPERATE WITH THE
A4iINISlIATRTION ON AGING IN CARRYING OUT SUCH SERVICES.
5 h : THE NATIONAL INFORMATION AND RESOURCE
CLEARING KOUSE FOR THE AGING
"SEC. 104o (A THC!'COMMISSIONER IS AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO
ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A NATIONAL INFORMATION AND RESOURCE CLEARING HOUSE
FP0 THS'AG4NG hHICH SHALL -
:'1'ICOLLECT, ANALYZE. PREPARE, AND DISSEMINATE INFORMATION









RELATED TO THE NEEDS AND I.RF ... ...
01 2) OBTAIN INFORAT)I.N CONSE WE M
PR'IVAT E AGENCIFS ANt.o: hRP
INTERESTS IP OLDER PETO HT SRtI PE. .. ...
SUCH AGENCIES AND Al I
FEDERAL STATC I E A SHLJ TC" f leAT .. .
OF SUCH AGENCIES IESIGNOFIS1E hD fGSC
PERSONS a.. JM1I
N13) ENCOURAE $IST HI
CENTERS AND PREI t I E ASIit
SOURCES ESTAWLISW tIN ER Ett
OD ,O TO ASSIST O PRSS0iAJE IE
ANDDR 4) CARRI OUT A SPECAG> A, FW A 14 *
DISSEMlNATIONI OF I SNAOR ETION V IN CkSU'TER 1 ,
PERSONS IN MOM T HAT S FUCSHC OL *v tIAy X t f
INFORMATION CONCERNING GJ ISERVIES N ED -'
0181 THE COMMISSIONER' SHALLIThI At E RA O I ACT.- IS HiN
COORDINATION OF ACFIVTEWITIES CAPRINTE BOY OR ASI STAEPt
AGENCIESAND INSTRUM ENTALITIEES OF T.14DRI. GUYS.
THE COLLECTIONAPREPARATIGN O R MIC.NTIlON O3MF I N, I
OLDER PERSONS. TO THE Et EOnNIS6t
OUT HIS FUNCTiONS UNDER ThIS.. SUBVICtION THRCIJG$ TH *OTI
AND RESOURCE CLEARInRG HOUSE FOR THE AGING.
(BC THERE ARE AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED TOV .AT1B T |
OF THIS 3ECTAdN D DURING THE SAP T YER N TuM O 0.;g





PRESIDENT A THE TIM 4 O APPDl7MENT; F' gc* TO EN* kro* "?,*.i:,- T *
YEAR ENDING JUNE AA17,NTED TOl FISILl. YAAUC N l P'i31
SUMS AS MAY BE NECIR3ART. ...jTHE
EXPIRATION OF THE TR #O. AHICH A'61)&NG
"SEC. 205. 1AR THE REAISDESRABLSUH0A FEPERAL. M EER AL BF let
BE COMPOSED OF FIFTEEN NENBER$ APPOINTED BY THE PRSft ICEMT W111 4
AND CONSENT OF THE SNAYE FOR TERAS OF THREU 11TMPU V sFiL
PROVISIONS OF TITLHVE5 UNITED STATES CODE.' s q*$
AS TO BE REPRESENTATIVE.OF OLDER AMERICANS, NA..tIONAILpcpiITQ
INTEREST IN AGING, BUSINESS.p LABOIyb AAflto tHE GENERAL, tUI'~3
OF THE MEMBERS IHALL THEMSELVES BECNCIL ALL S Web S OLERESON.1
C. 101F/I/ INTH S I I T --.A MA...
"(8 1 (1) OF THE MEMBERSFIRST'hPPWT lEOs,T-IV-E $'HALl4. BE AfPPNTED.*IP A
TERM OF ONE YEAR, FIVE SHALL BEA.4PPOITEP iFOR A TERM14-,.OF
FIVE SHALL 'BE APPOINTED FOR A TEE 0 tHREE YEAR;..AS'.. Sit4Ii
PRESIDENT AT THE TIME OF APPOINZMENT 'S
"(21 ANY MEMBER 'APPOINTED'-!-'-l TO IZCA yANCY6CRR NC ot0
EXPIRATION OF THE TpRIOtOR WHKCHHX tis! SC kyS tpb~i# ULL
APPOINTED ONLY FOR THE RkEM4AINDIE'R :O'F tOUCHN. TEitP.3 & MtABIRS S HALL BE9 SUSIE!M.-
FOR REAPPOINTMENT AND.-MAY SERVE AFTM '"THE EXPIRAT'IONk(''l~~f OT4E~ PRt4"EIjTtL
THEIR SUCCESSQkS HAVE fTAIC OFFICe~o'-' -
N13) ANY VACANCY IN THF COIiNCII'AkALL NOT AFF#CT'ITS *Op' flt'IWw r
BE FILLED INITHE SANE MANNER BY WHICH THE ORip%-NAL APPOl~tNN4A MA W.






1197


"'-lrq MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL SHALL, WHILE SERVING ON BUSINESS OF THE
SkIi^. 'B ENTITLED TO RECEIVE COMPENSATION AT A RATE NOT TO EXCEED THE
DhiL, RATE SPECIFIED FOR GRADE GS 18 IN SECTION 5332 OF TITLE 5, UNIThD
S'ATS CODE, INCLUDING TRAVELTIME, AND WHILE SO SERVING AWAY FROM THFIR
*&"tG1ALR PLACES OP BUSINESS, THEY MAY BE ALLOWEO TRAVEL EXPENSES,
.. PEO tiPNM IN LIEU OF SUBSISTENCE, IN THE SAME MANNER AS THE
A T40R IZ* BY SECTION 5703 (68 OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE,
SONS IN tHE GOVERII41ENT SERVICE EMPLOYED INTERMITTENTLY. f/9 U.S.C.
5~ $UTE*, 80 -OSTAT. 4991 53 STAT. 190o//
*eC THiE PRESIDENT SHALL DESIGNAtE THE CHAIRMAN FROM AMONG THE MEMBERS
'A*?NToQ IrD THk COUNCIL. THE COUNCIL SHALL MEET AT THE CALL OF THN
C.MRMAW BUT NOT LESS OFTEN THAN FOUR TIMES A YEAR. THE SECRETARY AND THE
COiISSTONERI ON AGING SHALL BE EX OFFICIO MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL.
D I THE COUNCIL SHALL -
(jt ADVISE AND ASSIST THE PRESIDENT ON MATTERS RELATING TO THE
.SPECIAL NEEDS OF OLDER AMERICANS;
ri .<21 ASSIST THE COMMISSIONER IN MAKING THE APPRIASAL OF NEEDS
* ,,.,EQ UIRED BY .4ElTIIQN 40; .1/POST, P. 45.//
"'31 REYVtXW AN1 EVALUATE, ON A CONTINUING BASIS, FEDERAL POLICIES
4* REGARDINGG THE3 .ING AND PROGRAMS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES AFFECTING THU
AMING CONDUCTED OR ASSISTED BY ALL FEDERAL DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
FOR THE PURPOSE OF APPRAISING THEIR VALUE AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE
K 'LIVES OF OLDER AMERICANS; AND
^ "54JSERVE AS A SITLESMAN ON BEHALF OF OLDER AMERICANS BY MAKING
'C H..MOW IONS TO'- THE PRESIDENT, TO THE SECRETARY, THE
TONER, AND TO THE CONGRESS WITH RESPECT TO FEDERAL POLICIES
*4: ~RMAAOTNG TwO BGING A.D FEDERALLY CONDUCTED OR ASSISTED PROGRAMS AND
OTHER ACTIVITIES RELATING TO OR AFFECTING THEM;
J 11,21- *"(4) INFORM THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE PROBLEMS AND NEEDS OF THE AGING,
IN CONSULTATION WITH THr NATIONAL INFORMATION AND RESOURCE CLEARING
'l's : OUSEFOR THE AGING, BY COLLECTING AND DISSEMINATING INFORMATION,
CONDUtTING OR COMMISSIONING STUDIES AND PUBLISHING THE RESULTS
THEREOF, AND BY ISSUING PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS; AND
4(60 PROVIDE PUBLIC FORUMS FOR DISCUSSING AND PUBLICIZING THE
PRi BLEMS AND NEEDS OF THE AGING AND OBTAINING INFORMATION RELATING
T' TIHERETO BY CONDUCTING PUBLIC HEARINGS, AND BY CONDUCTING OR
?,'tw4SqSRIPG CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, AND OTHER SUCH MEETINGS.
4WFTH# SECfET*RY AND THE COMMISSIONER SHALL MAKE AVAILABLE TO THE
COWCILM UCH STAFF, INFORMATION, AND OTHER ASSISTANCE AS ITMAY REQUIRE TO
CA*W WUT ITS4 ACTIVITIES.
UIF) BEGINNING WITH THE YEAR 1974 THE COUNCIL SHALL MAKE SUCH INTERIM
REPORTS. AS IT DEEMS ADVISABLE AND AN 'ANNUAL REPORT OF ITS FINDINGS AND
R^tMI$%NOATI0I4S TO THt'PRESI DENT cOT LATER THAN MARCH 31 OF EACH YEAR.
T1.1PRIDENT SRALL TflANSMIT EACH SUCH REPORT TO THE CONGRESS TOGETHER
WITH H r tCO$MIiTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.
*"(IGI THE COUNCIL SHALL UNDERTAKE A STUDY OF THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF
BS$ENIT PRtOGRANS FOR THE teOERLY OPERATED BY FEDERAL* STATE, AND LOCAL
GO*;RNMENT AGENCIES. FOLLOWING THE COMPLETION OF THIS STUDY, BUT NO LATER






1198


THAN EIGHTEEN MONTHS AFTER ENACTMENT OF THIS ACT. THE PPASIT 1ADW
SUBMIT TO CONGRESS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BRINGING "OUT GREATEfR UIff
OF ELIGIBILITY STANDARDS, AND FOR ELIMINATING tIC NEGAEVtl*ihIAC ___
PROGRAM'S STANDARDS MAY HAVE ON ANOTHER. -s
"GM) THE COUNCIL SHALL UNDERTAKE A STUDY OF THE COMBINED JMPCYjVfh4
TAMES ON THE ELDERLY INCLUDING WBUT INOT LIMITED TO INHEs PRU|WC I
SALES. SOCIAL SECURITY TAXES. UPON COMPLETION OF THIS STOWl, BUT 1W4tlSa
THAN EIGHTEEN MONTPS AFTER ENACTMENT OF THIS ACTw THE PRESIDENT p
SUBMIT TO CONGRESS, AND TO THE GOVERNOR AMD LEGISLATURES OP ii t".Jol
THE RESULTS THEREOF AND SUCH ECONSEDATIONS AS HE DEEMS 7.S F
wilI THE COUNCIL SHALL UNDERTAKE A STUDY OR STUDIES CONCERNI.. rtlJ
EFFECTS OF THE FORMULAE SPECIFIED IN SECTION 303 FOR ALLOTMENTAAN H
STATES OF SUMS APPROPRIATED FOR AREA PLANNING AND SOCIAL SERVICE
AUTHORIZED UNDER TITLE III OF THIS ACT. UPON COMPLETION OF THI
NOT NO LATER THAN JANUARY 1, 19759 THE RESULTS OF SUCH STUDY YOGETNER *I1
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SUCH CHANGES IF ANY, IN SUCH FORMULAE As NAv *.5
DETERMINED TO BE DESIRABLE. AND THE JUSTIFICATION 'MR ANY tHAWS
RECOMMENDED, SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE CdNNISSIOtlR, THE SECRETARY
HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE, THE COMMITTEE 04 LkQM AWD PUBJLCtWLP *
OF THE SENATE, AND THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LAtiIR OF THE HSE so
REPRESENTATIVES. //POST, P. 37*. POST, P. 36.// ....
"ADMINISTRATION OF THE ACT
"SEC. 206. GAP IN CARRYING OUT THE PURPOSES OF THIS tAft TsO
COMMISSIONER IS AUTHORIZED TO:
w113 PROVIDE CONSULTATIVE SERVICES 0D TECHNICAL ASKSITANCEfl
PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT PRIVATE AGENCIES AND OAGAhIAT1I0SS
0123 PROVIDE SHORT-TERM TRAINING AND TECAdICAL I.051U4T1Si
-131 CONDUCT RBSEMALI AND DEMONSTRATIONS;.
"14 COLLECT. PREPARE, PUBLISH, AND DISSEMINATE SPECIAL
EDUCATIONAL OR INFORMATIONAL MATERIALS, INCLUDING REP01T OF TS
PROJECTS FOR WHICH FUNDS ARE PROVIDED UNDER THIS ACT* ASD
"(5) PROVIDE STAFF AND OTHER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO THE FEDERAL
COUNCIL ON THE AGING.
"CBO IN ADMINISTERING HIS FUNCTIONS UNDER THIS ACT, THE wiqMtSSIOER
MAY UTILIZE THE SERVICES AND FACILITIES OF ANY AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL
GOVERNMENT AND OF ANY OTHER PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT AGENCY OR ORGANIZATION, IN
ACCORDANCE WITH AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE COMMISSIONER AND THE HEADJ HjEREOF,
AND IS AUTHORIZED TO PAY THEREFORE, IN ADVANCE OR BY WAY OR -ANsSU IsT.
AS MAY BE PROVIDED IN THE AGREEMENTa
-IC) FOP THE PURPOSE OF CARRYING OUT! THIS SECTION. THERE ARE Aoiq A
TO BE APPROPRIATED SUCH SUMS AS MAY BE NECESSAPRY..4
*EVALUATION
"SEC. 207. CA) THE SECRETARY SHALL MHtUPE AND EVALUATE THE IM
ALL PROGRAMS AUTHORIZED BY THIS ACT, THEIR EFFECTIVENESS -1W, ACr.-
STATED GOADS IN GENERAL, AND IN RELATION TO THEIR COST, T A I T 01kh
RELATED PROGRAMS, AND -THEIR STRUCTURE AND MECHANISMS FOR DELIVERY I'AF
SERVICES, INCLUDING WHERE APPROPRIATE, COMPARISONS WITH APPROPRIAICd
CONTROL GROUPS COMPOSED OF PERSONS WHO HAVE NOT PARTICIPATED VI A






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PvmwNS. EVALUATIONS SHALL BE CONDUCTED BY PERSONS NOT IMMEDIATELY
INYCD IN TlE ACNINISTRATIOI OF THE PROGRAM OR PROJECT EVALUATED.
STHE sB$PETtav MAY.NOT MAKE GRANTS OR CONTRACTS UNDER SECTION 30a
cm UT(E IV OF THIS ACT. UNTIL HE HAS DEVELOPED AND PUBLISHED GENERAL
AS TA BE USED BY HIM IN EVALUATING THE PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
A%% Uwe It.ER SUCH SECtION OR TITLE. RESULTS OF EVALUATIONS CONDUCTED
TO 1UCH STANDARDS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE REPORTS REQUIRED BY
Z08. 140, PST. PPs 44, 45./4
IN CARRvyiN *.4 EVALUATIONS UNDER THIS SECTION, THE SECRETARY
S, HEMVER Pa BLED. ARRANGE TO OBTAIN THE OPINIONS OF PROGRAM AND
PA RICIPANTS ABOUT THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE PROGRAMS
AND, PROECTS-ml
sto1 THE SECRETARY SHALL ANNUALLY PUBLISH SUMMARIES OF THE RESULTS OF
EVALUATIVE WE24GMU AND EVALUATION OF PROGRAM AND PROJECT IMPACT AND
EFFs7IVtqSS, THE FULL CONTENTS OF NHICH $SALL BE AVAILABLE TO CONGRESS
Al o VUBL.IC. .
:. i.. THE SECRETARY SHALL TAKE THE NECESSARY ACTION TO ASSURE THAT ALL
SfU4114S, EVALUATIONS. PROPOSALS, AND DATA PRODUCED OR DEVELOPED WITH
FERAL FUNDS SHALL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES.
!%!IJSUCH INFORMATION AS THE SECRETARY NAW KEN NECESSARY FOR PURPOSES
4 1E EVALUATIONSS CWIDVCTIP UNDER T1IS SECTION SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO
00M0 4Uf -..RgQUtST. BY THE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENICES OF THE EXECUTIVE
"AC& KHE.SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED TO USE SUCH SUMS AS NAY BE REQUIRED,
BuTl 2if tq flCEEB i PER CENTUM OF THE FUNDS APPROPRIATED UNDER THIS ACT,
OR lM.flQSO6 49HICHEVER IS GREATER, TO CONDUCT PROGRAM AND PROJECT
EVALJI&TISNS(DIBRECTLY, OREBY GRAYITS OR CONTRACTS) AS REQUIRED BY THIS
TITLE. IN THE CASE -OF ALLOTMENTI FROM SUCH AN APPROPRIATION, THE AMOUNT
AVAILABLE FOR SUCH ALLOTMENTS (AND THE AMOUNT DEEMED APPROPRIATED
THESiORN SHALL-.BE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY.
"REPORTS
0 'SEC. 208. NOT LATER THAN ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY DAYS AFTER THE CLOSE
PF tACHN FISCAL YEAR, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL PREPARE AND SUBMIT TO THE
PA*9tEUOCM FOR -TRANSMITTAL TO TN& CONGRESS A FULL AND COMPLETE REPORT ON
THE TMTIVIT1ES CARhIED OUT USDER THIS ACT. SUCH ANNUAL REPORTS SHALL
.1 SIw WTJgAL DATA REFLECTING SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES PROVIDED
INDgValuAJS DURIT4 THE PRECEDING FISCAL YEAR.
SEC. PURSUNJOINT FUNDING OF PROJECTS
SEC. '209. PURSUANT TO REGULATIONS PRESCRIBED BY THE PRESIDENT, AND TO
THE rjXENT CONSISTENT WITH THE OTHER PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT, WHERE FUNDS
A'E PROVIDED FOR A SINGLE PROJECT 4Y MORE THAN ONE FEDERAL AGENCY TO ANY
AGENCY DR. ORGANIZATION ASSISTED UNDER THIS ACT, THE FEDERAL AGENCY
I'RDCIPLLLY INVOLVED NAT BE DESIGNATED TO ACT FOR ALL IN ADMINISTERING THE
FUF$. PROVIDED. IN SUCH CASES, A SINGLE NON-FEDERAL SHARE REQUIREMENT NAY
*E 5SApLIUSED ACCORDING TO1 THE PROPORTION OF FUNDS ADVANCED BY EACH
FEM9RAL AGENCY* ANC ANY SUCIIASWNCY MAY WAIVE ANY TECHNICAL GRANT OR
CONTRACT REQUIREMENT IAS DEFINED BY SUCH REGULATIONS) WHICH 1S
INCONSISTENT WITH ThE SIMILAR REQUIREMENTS OF THE ADMINISTERING AGENCY OR





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WHICH THE ADMINISTERING AGENCY DOES NOT IMPOSE.
*ADVANCE FUNDING"'
*S!C. 210. CA) FOR THE PURPOSE OF AFFORtDING ADEQUATE NOTIqE OF MJFUNC
AVAILABLE UNDER THIS ACT, APPROPRIATIONS UNDER THIS ACT AREWAUtNTtI ZqPv O
BE INCLUDED IN THE APPROPRIATION ACT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR PRCEING T. N
FISCAL YEAR FOR WHICH THEr ARE AVAILABLE FOR IPL IGATM...
"IB3 IN ORDER TO-EFFECT A TRANSITION TO THE ADVANCE FUNDING Net
TIMING APPROPRIATION ACTION, THt AMENDMENT MADE BY SUBSECTION CA)
APPLY NOTWITHSTANDING THAT ITS INITIAL APPLICATION WILL RESWT IN
ENACTMENT IN THE SAME YEAR (WHETHER IN THE SAME APIROPRIATIN ACT'.
OTHERWISE) OF TWO SEPARATE APPROPRIATIONS, ONE POR THE THEN CURRENT P*W: t
YEAR AND ONE FOR THE SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEAR." AA
SCr. 202. TITLE VIII OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT O 1965 -I fledf3y' A&
REPEALED. /166 STAT. 88.9,42 U.S.C. 3045./I ..
TITLE III -- GRANTS FOR'STATE AND AREA PRORA*MS-- *3 J
SEC. 301o THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AMENDED B5V S~tI fle
TITLF III AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW TITLE
STAT. 220; 83 StAT. 108., 42 U.S.C. 3021.// : I :
"TITLE III -- RANTS FO; STATE^'ANO COMMUNITY PROGRAMt qN gqp$w T
"PURPOSE I t
"SEC. 301. IT IS THE'PURPOSE OFtAIS "TITLE to ENCOORAGt AND*AS&{
STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES TO CONCENTfATE RFSOURCFS IN ORODRTO OtELW %
GREATER CAPACITY AND POSTER THE DEWELOPMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE'ri*Mih
COORDINATED SERVICE SYSTEMS TO SERVE OLDER PFRSONS BY ENTERING INTO- '''"
COOPERATIVE 'ARRANGEMENTS WITH EACH OTHER AND WITH PROVIDERS OFi SOq3t
SERVICES FOR PLANNING FOR THE PROVISION OF, 1AN& PROVIDING, S0CIAL S0RyIcq4T'
AND, WHERE NECESSARY, TO REORGANIZE' OR ft ASSIGN FUNCTIONS. INTORfl*TQ'
0111 SECURE AND MAINTAIN MAXIMUM INDEPENDENCE AND OIGNfirtfr*'
HOME ENVIRONMENT FOR OLDER PER S 01t.: CAP ABLE OF SELP CARE 'Wit
APPROPRIATE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES; AND ik
"(2) REMOVE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL BARRIERS TO ECONOMIC AdW 1
PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE FOR OLDER PERSONS.
"DEFINITIONS -d
"SEC. 302. FOR PURPOSES OF THIS TITLE ^
"Oil THE TERM 'SOCIAL SERVICES' MEANS AWn OF THE FOLLOWING "SERYT
WHICH MEET SUCH STANDARDS AS T1E COMMISSIONER MAY PREsCR' t ',
"(Al HEALTH', CONTINUING;' EDUCATION, WELtARE, 'VNWRMTOflM .'
RECREATIONAL, HOMEMAKER, COUNSELING Olt REFERRAL SlRVICfl
"(B) TRANSPORTATION SERVICES WHERE NECESSARY TO FACILITATE ACCESS -
TO SOCIAL SERVICES; 1, T
"1CI SERVICES DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE AND ASSIST OLDER PERSD12kd T6
USE THE FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO 1 T3;
"IDI SERVICES DESIGNED TO ASSIST OLDER PERSONS TO OBTAIN ADEQUAMTt-
HOUSING; *AJ
"IF) SERVICES DESIGNED TO ASSIST OLCW PERSONS IN AVOIyT
INSTITUTE IONALI ZATI ON, INCLUDING PREINSTITUTIONALIZATION EVAtUR
AND SCREENING, AND HOME HEALTH SERVICES; OR
"(F) ANY CTIER SERVICES;






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F tMRCH SERVICES ARE NECESSARY FOR THE GENERAL WELFARE OF OLDER
5 T(fljVETEji 'UNi1j OF. GENERAL PURPOSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT' MEANS (A) A
PWfTA...ASUBDIVISItLGF THE. STATE WHOSE AUTHORITY IS BROAD AND GENERAL
A. JTIt3TEt Ta ONLY QNE FUNCTION OR A COMBINATION OF RELATED
Fj O OR A AN INDJAN TRIAL ORGANIZATION.
.. p Ti E 1TkM 'COMPREHENSIVE AND COORDINATED SYSTEM' MEANS A SYSTEM FOR
P~~gj/IBtdc .. AE.SSfiSIAL.. -SRVICFS. IN, A MANNER DESIGNED TO --
P0f9JIS*fA4UtATt 19dESS141LITY TO AND UTILIZATION OF ALL SOCIAL
TO RVICES PROVIDED WITHIN :THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED BY SUCH SYSTEM
A ow1 l ANYjPUBLXIC CRPPRIV5TE A6*NCY OR ORGANIZATION;
SI .D.vELg.PjANP NAQB THE MOST EFFICIENT USE OF SOCIAL SERVICES
q3WJ.iNG TE NEEDS OF OUIER.PERSONS; AND
SAGA USE AVAILABLE RESOURCES EFFICIENTLY AND WITH A MINIMUM OF'
i"Vt i.. (AREA PLANNING AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAMS
i133 (A) THERE ARE AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED SUCH SUMS AS MAW
B ARY FQR THE6 FISCAL TEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1973, *103P6009000 FOR
T|'T N t rVEA EyNDIN JUNE:30r1974, AND 51309000.000 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
E. 1NG UNF 309 1975, TO ENABLE TME COMMISSIONER TO MAKE GRANTS 'TO EACH
SAIM V0I H SA STA46 4LAN APPR0VmD,,UNDFR SUCTION 305 (EXCEPT AS 'PROVIDED IN
SAW9 3?trl22 FOR PAYING PART FTldE COST (PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (1E OF
THIS SCdT I ANb SECTION 3061 OF -
-e njivhiP THEAD!INISTRATtON OP AREA PLANS BY AREA AGENCIES ON AGING
t..o WiS..WATED. PURSUANT TO SCITI ON 304 (A) 21 (Al, INCLUDING THE
ic' !W4||RAITION 0PARE Ph1AM$ 'OINAGKNG CONSISTENT WITH SECTION 304 10
: N0;'41HEISEV&LUATJONj P,OF ACTIVE TIES CARRIED OUT UNDER SUCH PLANS;
V; Xl2^ THE MVP.1ELOPMENT qOF X-QPREHENSIVE AND COORDINATED &VSTttNS FOR
!j';igurLtyERY QE SOCI AL DEVICES, ANQ.
A;l) 14*6TIVITIE$ CARRIEDD, OUT PURSUANT TO SECTION 306.
( I'AL.FROM THE SJUS. AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED FOR THE FISCAL
y 4 1 -EADINCJUF' .30, 14739 UI*ER S.UBSECTIONAA) OF THIS SECTION, (AD GUAM,
A,;AMOA. THE VIRGIN IaANQS, ANO THE TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
19/RS SftALL.-EACH,4E ALLpTi-EjANw AMOUNT EQUAL TO ONE-FOURTH OF 1 PPR
CEpWno"SUCS064 SLu ('6 EAC4COQTMIRJTATE S$ALL BE ALLOTTED AN AMOUNT EQUAL
Td OA-HIALF OF 1 PER CENTUM Of SUCGH SUM, AND 1C) FROM THE REMAINDER OF THE
SUN SO APPROPRIATEC, EACh STATE! SHALL BE ALLOTTED AN ADDITIONAL AMOUNT
Wi0 l'Emf THE SAME RETWI T1 SUCH REMAINDER AS THE POPULATION AGED SIXTY
QWI SJJ STATSTHE POPULATION AGED SIXTY OR OVrR IN ALL
STATES.
94Z PRO THE SUNS APPROPRIATEDrFOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30,
1l7. A D -RTHE FISCAL YlEaR ENDING JUNE 30, 1975, EACH STATE SHALL BE
AL. FfD4A*4AMUN.T WHICH BEARS THE SAME RATIO TO SUCH SUMS AS THE
P U-O AGED SIXTY OR OVER itN SUCH STATE BEARS TO THE POPULATION AGED
SY aR OAP OVE ALL STATES, EXCEPT THAT 4A) NO STATE SHALL BE ALLOTTED
LSS MA ONE- OF Of I PER CENTUM OF THE SUN APPROPRIATED FOR THE FISCAL
YV FOR WHICH THE DETERMINATION WAS MADE; (BI GUAM, AMERICAN SAMOA, THE
Vll SLtA4DS. AND THE TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS SHALL EACH






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BE ALLOTTED NO LESS THAN ONE-FOURTH OF 1 PER CENTUM OF TIE SUN
APPROPRIATED FOP THE FISCAL YEAR FOR WHICH THE DETERMINATION IS MADEs AS
(Ca NO STATE SHALL BE ALLOTTED AN AMOUNT LESS THAN THAT STATE RECEIVED FOR
THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1973. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE EXCEPIOT
CONTAINED IN CLAUSE (AS Of THIS PARAGRAPH ONLY, THE TER1I 'STATE' Ones NOTr
INCLUDE GUAM, AMERICAN SAMOA, THE VIAGIN ISLANDS, AND THE TRUST TuR'ITRY
OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS. i
-*131 THE NUMBER OF PERSONS AGED SIXTY CR OVER IN AlLY STATE AND' tIN fL
STATES SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE COMMISSIONER ON THE BASIS OF THE MdST
RECENT AND SATISFACTORY DATA AVAILABLE TO HIMN.
"(C MWFNEVER THE COMMISSIONER DETERMINES THAT ANY AMOUNT ALLIOTS TO A
STATE FOR A FISCAL YEAR UNDER THIS SECTION WILL NOT BE USED-BY NUCH STATE
FOR CARRYING OUT THr PURPOSE FOR WHICH THE ALLOTTMENT WAS MA0D$u ltNSHALL
MAKE SUCH AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR CARRYING OUT SUCH PURPOSE TO OUE'OR MORE
OTHER STATES TO THE EXTENT HE DETERMINES SUCH OTHER STATES WILt S*ALVETO
USE SUCH ADDITIONAL AMOUNT FOR CARRYING OUT SUCH PURPOSE. ANY AMIOUL J!"E
AVAILABLE TO A STATE FROM. AN APPROPRIATION FOR A FISCAL YEAR PURS!l0t TO
THE PRECEDING SENTENCE SHALL, FOR PURPOSES OF THIS TITLE, BE REGAR(qd AS
PART OF SUCH STATE'S ALLOTMENT LAS DETERMINED UNDER THE PfttEo1IG
PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTIONS FOR SUCH YEAR. -
1(01 THE-ALLOTMENT OF A STATE UNDER THIS-SECTION FOR tE'L r F11vtd #4 4
ENDING JUNE 30, 1973, SHALL REMAIN AVAILABLE UNTIL TH CLOSE lr.
FOLLOWING FISCAL YEAP. lip
*(F) FRO- A STATE'S ALLOTMENT UNDER THIS StCTION FOR A FISCAL YEAR -
111 SUCH AMOUNT AS THE-STATE AGENCY DETERMINES, BUT-NOTr MORE
THAN 15 PER CENTUM THEREOF, SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR PAYtN 1' SUCH
PERCENTAGE AS SUCH AGENCY DETERMINES, BUT NOT MORE THAN I5 PER
CFNTUM. OF THE COST OF ADMINISTRATION OF AREA PLANS: AMo
"(21 SUCH AMOUNT AS THE STATE AGENCY DETERMINES, BUT (BEGINNING
WITH THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30v 19751 NOT MORE THAN 20Z tR
CENTUM THEREOF, SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR PAYING SUCH PEPC1NTAGEj AS
SUCH AGENCY DETERMINES, BUT NOT MORE THAN 75 PER CENTUN. OP THE /CST
OF SOCIAL SERVICES WHICH ARE NOT PROVIDED AS A PART IF A
COMPREHENSIVE AND COORDINATED SYSTEM IN PLANNING AND SERVICE MtAS
FOR WHICH THERE IS AN AREA PLAN APPROVED BY THE STATE AGEY.1 .
'ORGANIZATION
STATE ORGANIZATION
"SEC. 304. LAD IN ORDER FOR A STATE TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE 1%
THE PROGRAMS OF GRANTS TO STATES FROM ALLOTMENTS UNDER SECTION 303 AND,
SECTION 306 -
"(I) THE STATE SHALL. IN ACCORDANCE WITH REGULATIONS OF THE
COMMISSIONER, CESIGNATE A STATE AGENCY AS THE SOLE STATE AGENT?
(HEREINAFTER IK THIS TITLE REFERRED TO AS 'THI STATE AGENCY') t7s
LID DEVELOP TIE STATE PLAN TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE COMMISSIONERtfUR
APPROVAL UNDER SECTION 305, 11 ADMINISTER THE STATE PLAN WITWIN
SUCH STATE (CI BE PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COORDINATION OF ALL
STATE ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THF PRUPOSFS OF THIS ACT. (D) REVIEW AND:
COMMENT ON,- AT TH! REQUEST OF ANY FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OR AbEVNCY. ANY






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4!IAPPUCATION FROM ANY AGENCY OR ORGANISATION WITHIN SUCH STATE TO
SUCH FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE RELATED TO MEETING
3V INI NEEDS OF ELDER PERSONS; AND lE1 DIVIDE THE ENTIRE STATF INTO
Dl354 lWCAREAS (TER.EINAFTER IN THIS TITLE REFERRED TO AS 'PLANNING
i ANOSERWICE AREAS'), IN ACCORDANCE WITH REGULATIONS OF THE
COMMFSSIONR, AFTER CONSIDERING THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF
c AINDIVI*UALS AGED SIXTY AND OLDER IN THE STATE, THE INCIDENCE OF THE
.,qlS% FOR SOCIAL SERVICES I INCLUDING THE NUMBERS OF OLDER PERSONS
3-wi WlTI LQW IMCCHES RESIDING IN SUCH AREAS), THE DISTRIBUTION OF
KSAPOURCES AVAILABLE TO PROVIDE SUCH SERVICES, THF BOUNDARIES OF Or
EXISTING AREAS WITHIN THE STATE WHICH WERE DRAWN FOR THE PLANNING OR
- ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS, THE LOCATION OF UNITES
91F: GENERAL PURPOSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT WITHIN THE STATE, AND ANY OTHER
RnEVANT FACTORS. PROVIDEDp THAT ANY UNIT OF GENERAL PRUPOSE LOCAL
fWVENNENT WHICH HAS A POPULATION AGED SIXTY OR OVER OF FIFTY
t:TfHLOSANO OR MORE OR WHICH CONTAINS 15 PER CENTUM OR MORE OF THE
3m!ST$7EV' POPULATIONF4 AGED SIXTY OR JVER SHALL BE DESIGNATED AS A
flIDLASINa AND SERVICE AREA. EXCEPT THAT THE STATE MAY DESIGNATE AS A
PLANNING AND SERVICE AREA. ANY REGION WITHIN THE STATE RECOGNIZED
FOR PURPOSES CF AREAWIDE PLANNING WHICH INCLUDES ONE OR MORE SUCH
UNITS OFP WERAL PURPOSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT WHEN THE STATE DETERMINES
,I~TWA. THE U.IGbATIDN OF. SUCH A REGIONAL PLANNING AND SERVICE AREA IS
~.jfSSARY FPfp AND WILL ENHANCE, THE EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION 3F THR
t:APRUPRANSL AUTfORIZED BY TH IS TITLE, THE STATE MAY INCLUDE IN ANY
!HTPLAlNNIaG*NP SfRVICE AREA DESIGNATED PURSUANT TO THIS PROVISION SUCH
n'94*^Ti4At, AREAS ADJACENT TO THE UNIT OF GENERAL PURPOSE LOCAL
igvveOVERtMWT OR REGION SO DESIGNATED AS THE STATE DETERMINES TO BE
u W'WCESSARY fOR.P AND WIlE ENHANCE, THE EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF THE
W P$OGSARS AUTHORIZED BY THIS TITLE, AND
h., I THE STATE AGENCY DESIGNATED PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH III SHALL
W(Al DETERMINE FOR' WMICH PLANNING AND SERVICE AREAS AN AREA PLAN
j ;^RLjt~h4W DEVELOPED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBSECTION (C) OF THIS
, SECT~pN, AND FOR EACH SUCH AREA DESIGNATE, AFTER CONSIDERATION OF
-v TE! OEWM& OFFERED BY THE "UNIT OR UNITS OF GENERAL PURPOSE LOCAL
GOVEINMINT IN SUCH AREA, A PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT PRIVATE AGENCY OR
..pL4W-AWTiON AS THE AREA AGEtEY ON AGING FOR SUCH AREA; AND
iv '*(IF PROVIDE ASSURANCES, SATISFACTORY TO THE COMMISSIONER THAT
p&,THE STATE AGENCY WILL TAKE INTO ACCOUNT. IN CONNECTION WITH MATTERS
, OF GENERAL POLICY ARISING IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF
"' WI~ STATE PLAA FPOR ANY F-lCAL YEAR, THE VIFWS OF RECIPIENTS OF
, SOCIAL -SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER SUCH PLAN.
S- 1 >.. AREA ORGANIZATION
?All* A AflEA AGENCY ON AGING DESIGNATED UNDER SUBSECTION (A) MUST BE --
C'f AN ESTABLISHED OFFICE OF AGING WHICH IS OPERATING WITHIN A
rPLANW:KNGAND SERVICE AREA DESIGNATED PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION IA) OF
NJ 5HIN SECTION. OR
:,,-.t2 *AN'OfFFIC0 OR AGENCY OF A UNIT OF GENERAL PURPOSE LOCAL










.jPLECTED AWE FFCIA j Of 1h, EI*?
OFFICIAL OR OFFICIALS OF A IS Nt iI
LOCAL GOVERNMENT TAC F OFL
1 7



AND MUST. PROVIDE ASSURANCE. FOUNDP bhuAnE BY T*E SThlTh'A~f~ fB
WILL HAVE THE ABILITY TO'DEVELOP :ANE AREA PArN AWO TO CARRO^ypBB
OR THROUGH CONTRACTUAL OR OitE ARqNH$NNrn%,' A PROCRAW ti
PLAN WITHIN THE PLANUINGC AND 5E1tt*tt3l. IN DESt
ON AGI NG. TKE STATE AGENCY, SHALL ;IVtEb niFRcEN iq CW'MITiti^ ^ K
ON AGING UNLESS THE STAJE AGElECA ,F1105JOSRtAT 10 Sit VWiBB B
PLANNING AMO SERVICE AREA WILL IMVE !AM. UP*CIt. TI CA.t.Y.OW. ...
PURPOE.AOF0AP DbJ. .S 4Hx..: If ~



PLtA IN ORDERTO WE APPROVED Fi I#S SATE.EIt, A
PLANIfSNG AND SERVICE AREA SHALL BE 14-L0P M196Ct1(A
DES USTHE NXTH REEbCT R S SUCH AREA (NO"f1 Vi, ita, *k3|.E


CONSIDERATION, AMOU G OTHER THINGSS. T "E ':itE"S oLOER
LOW INCOMES RESIDING AND SUCH AREAl, kU b reJP*
THE USAG.EOFRE NMEING UNLESSIW 'HA$Q.*GMT




AGREEMENTS 463 TI' PROVIDERS$ OF SOCIAL S yICIS 1 N $DCtFIAF p^^
PROVISION OF SUCH .sflE CS" TO Wl- t 1 $" C *^flEU; "-'' J.i
*ZI^Z... HACCORDANCE 4.X7K C~tII*$A$.TAh$l.IlSEft otrTH it lM:
.BY REGIJLATION qKEtJITZUe W#l~afl^S./'nailvknwii '# ~99 K'
EXPANSION.e ORl Ivfwp~ KP*V, NY OP 0171 SERVitvfS fl4t 114.a..^^t
SERVICE AREA COVERED BY THE AREAi'fJi .' T
i I3> PROVIDE f9 THE ESTIBLI ft.:SntI MAIENAMNCO
AND RE R7RAL SOURCES IN SUFFiCrnt':::(*fttl tsIF-
PENSITHIN THE PLANNItG *u.VICr $R0' COVE)fa
ILL HAVE REASONABLY CONVHISUTi J S TtSCH *-
PURPOSES- OF THIS SECTIOf.N ArC S W 54,3tfl *Wl~J ftm -.
REFERRAL SOURCE IS A MS"CATt JSTAE Ot dVw(
MITH RESPECT TO THE IW*ORTUNITL t fluticus
PERSONS, ANt) O EYEL0PS CUPRENT LIU3SIf;"BOt SNSWf 'T
SERVICES AND OPPORTOINITES,'A1Dl(i ePPavI A I
TO VISFRI OLDEN PlRSONS OF THEo VPCPRTUNII EA
AVAILABLE. ANC O SSITS SUCH' PERSONS T C TAS





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AND $S11 VICES; AND
lt....l4 PRWIOVD THAT THE AREA AGENCY ON AGING WILL -
aa; 1 'A)-v CNOND0T PiRlODIC EVALUATIONS OF ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT
A.M L!6ISU* NT:. TI THE #9 PLAN-;,
0:1l RENDER APPROPRIATE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO PROVIDERS OF
-6:iSo I IU;TIErPLANNING AND SERVICE AREA COVERED BY THE AREA

S Iw- NsHERE NEESSMRY AND FEASIBLE, ENTER INTO ARRANGEMENTS,
5:013 U TEM NTBMT'sM ITH T HE; PROVISIONS OF THE AREA PLAN, UNDER WHICH FUNDS
SUNwojA THIS TITLE MAY BE USED TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES TO OLDER
i "ial p SaWwM IS TWE PILANNII.G, ANU P SEFRVICE- AREA CARRIED OUT THROUGH
&r tFEPENALLY ASSISTED PROGRAMS OR OTHER PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT AGENCIES;
Pdi M13-:1 TAKE, INTO ACCOUNT, IN CONNECTION WITH MATTERS OF GENERAL
Sl'otDtICV ARISING IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE AREA
PLAN, THE VIEWS OF RECIPIENTS OF SERVICES UNDER SUCH PLAN;
'91I(D1NVEREtPOSSIBLE" ENTER INTO ARRANGEMENTS WITH ORGANIZATIONS
, 0jqPROMIDING DAY CARE SERVICES FOR CHILDREN SO AS TO PROVIDE
l ~M~cOWD9TWNIT1ES FOR OLDER PERSONS TO AID OR ASSIST. ON A VOLUNTARY
,Si.t. iSmj THP. DELIVFRY, OF SUCH SERVICES TO CHILDREN; AND
S(fI ESTABLISH AN ADVISORY COUNCIL, CONSISTING OF REPRESENTATIVES
F TARGET POPULATION AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC, TO ADVISE THE AREA
4:1 LL MATTERS RELATING TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE PLAN AND
IG &DEiR*1INS CONC ACTED THEREUNDER.
6 4M L A u. OTATE PLANS
41i a..f: 305. GAl IN ORDER FOR A STATE TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR GRANTS FOR A
VTSbIJYEARFROK ITS ALLOTMENTS UNDER SECTION 303 AND SECTION 306, EXCEPT
-A*'IIRSVIOEO IN SECTION 307 (Al, IT SHALL SUBMIT TO THE COMMISSIONER A
STfTZS PLAN FOR SUCH YEAR WHICH MEETS SUCH CRITERIA AS THE COMMISSIONER MAY
?RIiiKTBE.S REGULATION ANQ WHICH -
:=t, Fill PhhhICES THAT THE STATE AGENCY WILL EVALUATE THE NEED FOR
t'i- SOCIAL SEYICES WITHIN THE STATE AND DETERMINE THE EXTENT TO WHICH
i. C fl$TING PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PROGRAMS MEET SUCH NEED;
c($ e"t21. NOVICESS FOR THE USE OF SUCH METHODS OF ADMINISTRATION
1Mid-LINCLWDIM METHODS RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF
*.& qPISOWNEL STANDARDS ON A MNRIT-BASIS. EXCEPT THAT THE COMMISSIONER
uj.lAT S XVEIRCISI iNO AUTHORITY WITH RESPECT TO.-THE SELECTION, TENURE OF
iT` OFFICE OR COMPENSATION OF AN INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
^J;:A4U^M METHODS AS ARE NECESSARY FOR THE PROPER AND EFFICIENT
ahivuTors OF TMIO LAN;
0a ft EA31 PROVWCES THAT THE STATE AGENCY WILL MAKE SUCH REPORTS, IN
4hJ ;4VIK UOgM, AND CONTAINING SUCH INFORMATION, AS THE COMMISSIONeR MAY
.rj Wj < TINE TOQTIIE REQUIRE, AND COMPLY WITH SUCH REQUIREMENTS AS THE
$ON13 iINERfhV IMPOSE TO ASSURE THE CORRECTNESS OF SUCH REPORTS;
r 0'2 1"441 PROVIDES THAT THE STATE AGENCY WILL CONDUCT PERIODIC
EVALUATIONS OF ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS CARRIED OUT UNDER THE STATE
3.s*i PLANRI..
NtSl5 ESTABLISHES OBJECTIVES, CONSISTENT WITH THE PURPOSES OF THIS
TITLE, TOWARD WHICH ACTIVITIES UNDER THF PLAN WILL BE DIRECT00,






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INDENTIFIES OBSTACLES TO THE ATTAINMENT OF THOSE OBJECTIVfSir 40
INDICATES HOW IT PROPOSES -TO CflRCCME TIO7E491t SflCLESI
"(6) PROVIDES THAT EACH AREA AGENCY ON AGING SESIGNATEIr PWHuNw
TO SECTION 304 (A) 12) (AW WILL DEVELO0 AND SUBMIT TSO" THEpPWf *
AGENCY FOR APPROVAL AN AREA PLAN WHICN COMPLIES WITH 'SECWNm tfl
1(71 PROVIDES FOR ESTABLISHING O'R NMAITAINING IftFoaRM P1Sw0
REFERRAL SOURCES IN SUFFICIENT NUMBERS TO ASSURE THAT ALSJ'W
PERSONS IN THE STATE WHO ARE NOT FURNISHED ADEQUATE INFORMION PMD
REFERRAL SOURCES UNDER SECTION 304 (10 (3) WILL4kAVYEa ASUJ.#
CONVENIENT ACCESS TO SUCH SOURCES; '.
"w18 PAOVIdES THAt NO SOCIAL SERVICE WILL BESIRECTLY 90100 lS
THE STATE AGENCY OR AN ARFA AGENCY ON AGING, EXCEPT WHEBItf MI0E
JUDGMENT OF THE STATE AGENCY, PROVISION OFPSUCH SERVICE BY TH! STm..
AGENCY OR AN AREA AGENCY ON AGING IS NECESSARY TO ASSURE AN AtU@MjVW
SUPPLY OF SUCH SERVICES AND *iq AA.
N(91 PROVIDESATHAT SUBJECT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF Wff
EMPLOYMENT SYSTEMS OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, PREFERENCE* "Am.
BE GIVENt'O PERSONS AGED SIXTY OR OVER FOP ANY STAFF POST TiOwS (FULL
TIME OR PART TIME) IN STATE AND AREA AGENCIES FOR WHICH SWCAPRSGNS
QUALIFY. a:
"(B) THE COMMISSIONER SHALL APPROVE ANY STATE PLAN- rll4^^MT~l4fl
FULFILLS THE REQUIREMENTS OF SUBSECTION tAP OF THIS 2 tfluuON4
"(C) THE COMMISSIONER SHALL NOT MAKE A FINAL bEt-IA-ftuMIA~i
OISSAPPROVING ANY STATF PLAN, OR ANY MODIFICATION THEREOF. OR WAKE AfR%%.
DETERMINATION THAT A STATE IS INELIGIBLE UC-ER SECTION 304, WITHOU41sfT
AFFORDING THE STATE REASONABLE NOTICE AND OPPORTUNITY-FOA A Z3EANhl
"(D) WHENEVER THE COMMISSIONER, AFTER REASONABLE NOTICE AND OP0PRVTU#mi
FOR HEARING TO THE STATE AGENCY, FINDS THAT -- '.
"(1) THE STATE IS NOT ELIGIBLE UNDER SECTION .. 1
'12) THE STATE PLAN HAS BEEN SO CHANGED THAT IT NO LORKNGER *
COMPLIES WITH THE PROVISIONS OF 'SUBSECTION 4Ai, ORt
"031 IN ThE ADMINISTRATION OF THE PLAN THERE IS A FAItIDS 0.l
COMPLY SUBSTANTIALLY WITH ANY SUCH PROVISION OF SUISECTTON (At,
THE COMMISSIONER SHALL NOTIFY SUCH STATE AGENCY THAT NO UoRThER
PAYMENTS FROM ITS ALLOTMENTS UNDER SECTION 303 ANO SECTION 306 SILL IE
MADE TO THE STATE (OR, IN HIS DlSCRETION,-THAT FURTHER PA.MENTSf l TOE
STATE WILL BE LIMITED TOPROJKCTS UNDER OR'PORTIONS OFPIHE STAVE PLAs N1T
AFFECTED BY SUCH FAILURE), UNTIL HE IS SATISFIED THAT THERE WICL NO tOlNGE
BE ANY FAILURE TO COMPLY. UNTIL HE IS SO SATISFIED, NO FURTHER PRW1AMENTS
SHALL BE MADE TO "SUCH STATE FROM ITS ALLOTMENTS UNDER SECTION 303 AJD
SECTION 306 (OR PAYMENTS SHALL BE LIMITED TO PROJECTS UNDER OR PORTIONS OF
THE STATE PLAN NOt AFFECTED BY SUCH FAILURE. THE COMMISSIONER 5SHAh, It
ACCORDANCE WITH REGULATIONS HE SHALL PRESCRIBE; ISSURSE #TH4EMSUStSO
WITHHELD DIRECTLY TO ANY PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT PRifTE'1 ORGANIZATION ORt
AGENCY OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF SUCH STAIE SUBMITTING AN APPROVED PLAN
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 304 AND SECTION 306. ANY
SUCH PAYMENT OR PAYMENTS SHALL BE MATCHED IN THE PROPORTIONS SPFCIFIFD IN






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YATI -WtIPICH IS DISSATISFIED WITH A FINAL ACTION OF THE
a.:..I~f UWKR -SUBSECTION B), (Cli. OR ID) M4AY APPEAL TO THE UNITED
4!OT9F-APPE*S FOR THE CIRCUIT IN WHICH THE STATF IS LOCATES, BY
At #MITW. SUCH COURT WITHIN SIXTY DAYS AFTER SUCH FINAL
A COPY OF THE PETITION SHALL BE FORTHWITH TRANSMITTED BY THE
'TWCOURT TO THE COMMISSIONER, OR ANY OFFICER DESIGNATED BY HIM
,T.PI*PflU. NTHE COMMISSIONER THEREUPON SHALL FILE IN THE COURT THE
OPFTTME:ROCEEDINGS ON WHICH HE BASED HIS ACTION. AS PROVIDED IN
S35 O OF TITLI 26. UNITED STATES CODE. UPON THE FILING OF SUCH
(No 1 91H COURA6 T I-TSMALL AVE JURISDICTION TO AFFIRM THE ACTION OF THE
$lS~iJR qOR ;T SET ASIDE. IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TEMPORARILY OR
! *WitE.V, Sit B dUT UNTIL THE FILING OF THE RECORD, THE COMMISSIONER MAY
Q& .SAT ASIpl AfS ORDER. f/72 STAT. 9413 80 STAT. 1323./f THE
F 2, OF THE COMMISSIONER AS.TO THE FACTS* IF SUPPORTED BY SUBSTANTIAL
'0 MG,. SHALL BE CONCLUSIVE, O11 THE COURT, FOR GOOD CAUSE SHOWN, MAY
i NSD TE CASE TO TWE COMMISSIONER TO TAKE FURTHER EVIDENCE, AND THE
t j$4ONER MAY THEREUPON MAKE NEW OR MODIFIED FINDINGS OF FACT AND MAY
I43QC'V4 PREVIOUS ACTION*.AND SHALL FILE IN THE COURT THE RFCORD OP THE
p f IW RROCEEDIP$GS. SUCH NEW OR MODIFIED FINDINGS OF FACT SHALL LIKEWISE
B* OpGLUSVE IF SUPPORTED BY SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. THE JUDGMENT OF THE
AftflAMING OR. SETTING ASIDE, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, ANY ACTION OF THE
1OMS~fOqNlR SHALL BE FINAL SUBJECT TO REVIEW BY THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
SMWAL CEFTIONAL ORSJERTIFICATION AS PROVIDED INSSECTION 1254
.ai.Wc UNITED STATES tOOe. //62 STAT. 928.1/ THE COMMENCEMENT OF
fl0SJJNDER Tl1S SUBSSCTION SHALL NOT, UNLESS SO SPECIFICALLY
W'if TfE COURT,. OPERATE AS A STAY OF THE COMMISSIONER'S ACTION.
f Tin vPLANNIftG, COORDINATION, EVALUATION, AND
vi3Y,, ': ,':i i' AWIMSTRATION OF STATE PLANS
- *JJ3^CrMI Al MKAMOUIWS APPROPRIATED AS AUTHORIZED BY SECTION 303
1E9 3fJ ks!GRANTS. TO, STATES FOR PAYING SUCH PERCENTAGES AS EACH
S AiECY4 TERMMFS, .tW NOT MORE THAN 7S 'PER CENTUM, OF THE COST OF
T. q IjATION OF ITS STATE PLAN, INCLUDING THE PREPARATION OF THE
S406 VALUATIO: OF OF ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT UNDER SUCH PLAN,
T 10 It- OF DATA AND THE CARRYING OUT OF ANALYSES RELATED TO THE
NEEO t SOCIAL SERVICES WITHIN THE STATE, THE DISSEMINATION OF
INFfIATION 50 SBTA(NED* THE' PROVISION OF SHORT-TERM TRAINING TO PERSONNEL
GFIN BLS OR NONPROFIT PRIVATE AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGED IN THE
OPERATION OF PROGRAMS AUTHORIZED BY THIS ACT, AND THE CARRYING OUT OF
DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS OF STATEWIDE SIGNIFICANCE RELATING TO THE
INITIAJIOW. EXPANSION. OR IMPROVEMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE.
*1Ph4Y SUMS ALLOTTEDTO A STATt UNDER THIS SECTION FOR COVERING PART
or E..M StEQP THE: ADMINISTRATION OF ITS STATE PLAN WHICH THE STATE
DETEMItNSS IS NOT NEIDEDRBFOR SUCH-PURPOSE MAY BE USED BY SUCH STATE TO
SU|PrEI T,.IKe AN4OUNT AVAILABLE UNDER SECTION 303 (E) I3 TO COVER PART OF
THjr.$1.OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF AREA PLANS.
1PIIAINY STATE WHICH HAS DESIGNATED A SINGLE PLANNING AND SERVICE AREA
PUR$MA4T W T SECTION 304 (A) (13 ED COVERING ALL, OR SUBSTANTIALLY ALL, OF






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THE OLDER PERSONS IN SUCH STATE, AS DETERMINED By THE COMMISS(0NER Mt 'A
ELECT TO PAY PART OF THE COSTS OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF STAlt AND A1EA
PLANS EITHER OUT OF SUMS ALLOTTED UNDER THIS SECTION OR OUT OF --S -
AVAILABLE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF AREA PLANS PURSUANT TO SECTION f0 il
111, BUT SHALL NOT PAY SUCH COSTS OUT OF SUMS ALLOTTED UQDIER BOfltW-hm
SECTIONS.
"(B) (1 FROM THE SUMS APPROPRIATED FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR UNDER SUCTUJI
303 FOR CARRYING OUT THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION, EACH STATE SHALL BE'
ALLOTTED AN AMOUNT WHICH BEARS THE SAME RATIO TO SUCH SUM As, D3
POPULATION AGED SIXTY OR OVER IN SUCH STATE BEARS TO THE POPULATION AG
SIXTY OR OVER IN ALL STATES, EXCEPT THAT LAI NO STATE SHALL tB ALL6TT0D
LESS THAN ONE-HALF OF 1 PER CENTUN OF THE SUN APPROPRIATED FOR TE FPISCSa
YEAR FOR WHICH THE DETERMINATION IS MADE, OR $1609300, WHICHEVER t IS
GREATER, AND 818 GUAF, AMERICAN SAMOA, THE VIRGIN ISLANDS, AND' THE TR1ST
TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS SHALL EACH BE ALLOTTED NO LESS TfAN
ONF-FOURTH OF 1 PER CENTUM OF THE SUM APPROPRIATED FOR THE FISCAL TEAWt MR
WHICH THE DETERMINATION IS MADE, OR $50,000, WHICHEVER IS GREATER. FOR
THE PURPOSE OF THE EXCEPTION CONTAINED IN CLAUSE CA) OF THIS PARAGRAPH,
THE TERM 'STATE' DOES NOT INCLUDE GUAM, AMERICAN SAMOA, THE VIR0IN
ISLANDS, AND THE TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC I'StWIDS.
N(21 THE NUMBER OF PERSONS AGED SIXTY OR OVER IN ANY STATE AND IN AiLL
STATES SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE COMMISSIONER ON THE BASIS OF tHE' NOST
RECENT SATISFACTORY DATA AVAILABLE TO HIM. H
"(C) THE AMOUNTS OF ANY STATE'S ALLOTMENT UNDER SUBSECTION 11l PFOt AV
FISCAL YEAR WHICH TI-F COMMISSIONER DETERMINES WILL NOT BE REQUIRED FOR
THAT YEAR SHALL BE REALLOTTED, FROM TIME TO TIME AND ON SUCH DATES OwRbNG
SUCH YEAR AS THE COMMISSIONER MAY FIX, TO OTHER STATES IN PROPORTIONS TO?'
THE ORIGINAL ALLOTMENTS TO SUCH STATES UNDER SUBSECTION LID FOR THAT YEAR,
BUT WITH SUCH PROPORTIONATE AMOUNT FOR ANY OF SUCH OTHER STATES BEING
REDUCED TO THE EXTENT IT EXCEEDS THE SUP( THE COMMISSIONER ESTIMATES SUCH
STATE NEEDS AND WILL BE ABLE TO USE FOR SUCH YEAR; AND THE TOTAL OF 54CH
REDUCTIONS SHALL BE SIMILARLY SO REDUCED. SUCH RFALLOTNEAITS SUALLIB
MADE ON THE BASIS OF THE STATE PLAN SC APPROVED, AFTER TAKIciW INTO
CONSIDERATION THE POPULATION AGED SIXTY OR OVER. ANY AMOUNT REIILJSWTEI'TO
A STATE UNDER THIS SUBSECTION DURING A YEAR SHALL BE DEEMED PAR_ O -WIT
ALLOTMENT UNDER SUBSECTION (B) FOR THAT YEAR.
"(D) THE ALLOTMENT OF A STATE UNDER THI-S SECTION FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
ENDING JUNE 30, 1973, SHALL REMAIN AVAILABLE UNTIL THE CLOSE OF TAE
FOLLOWING FISCAL YEAR.
"PAYMENTS
"SEC. 307. CA) PAYMENTS OF GRANTS OR CONTRACTS UNDER THIS TITLE MAY -6
MADE [AFTER NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS ON ACCOUNT OF PREVIOUSLY MADE
OVERPAYMENTS OR UNDERPAYMENTS) IN ADVANCE OR BY WAY OF REIMBURSEMENT, AND
IN SUCH INSTALLMENTS, AS THE COMMISSIONER MAY DETERMINE. FROM A STATE'S
ALLOTMENT FOR A FISCAL YEAR WHICH IS AVAILABLE PURSUANT TO SECTION 3pI THE
COMMISSIONER MAY PAY TO A STATE WHICH DOES NOT HAVE A STATE PLAN APPROVED
UNDER SECTION 305 SUCH AMOUNTS AS HE DEEMS APPROPRIATE FOR THE PURPOSE OF
ASSISTING SUCH STATE IN DEVELOPING A STATE PLAN. FROM A STATE'S ALLOTMENT






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FM WfAVUUtAL" tEAR WI0CH IS AVAILABLE PURSUANT TO SECTION 303a THE
OiPmN9SSlfu US i~rtet-tS TME PERIOD ENDING ONE VEAR AFTER THE DATE OF
riAflglp3T Tiro l rWK KNRICANS CSIPRFHENSIVE SERVICES AMENORENTS, PAY,
is dalbb Vtilk SUCH bEGtWN 'f4S AS HE MAV PRESCRIBE, TO A STATE WINCH
DOShS inHAVE A STATE PLAN APPROVED UNDER SECTION 305, SUCH AMOUNTS AS HE
fEEOWOPWPS01AT :FOR TNf *4tPOSE OF CONTINUING FEDERAL FINANCIAL
ASSISANE 'FOR ACTIVITIES ASSISTED SIDER THE. PLAN OF SUCH STATE APPROVED
umo suwe 303 :OFt THIS ACT PRIOR TO ENACTMENT OF THE OLDER AMERICANS
COMiaiflSvE se~lPti~ AMN! MENSY ,5.
't: hs l.KtframIOTG WI THM FWCAL- YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1975, NOT4LESS THAN
a !PfR CEINTUM OF THE NON-FEDERAL SHAPE PURSUANT TO SECTION 303 CEl OF THE
TOTAwswmmNDSTUREWs UNDER THE STATE! fMAN SMALL BE NET FROM FUNDS FROM STATE
OR LOELJ PUBLIC SOURCESd .d 4
wIICW3A STAir'S AWLLTMENT UNDER SETION 33 FOR A FISCAL YEAR SHALL BE
RMICED my .TPE PERCENTAGE (IF ANTI BY WHICH ITS EXPENDITURES FOR SUCH YEAR
J1RONSTAfl SOURCES UNDER ITS STATE PLAN APPROVED UNDER SECTION 305 ARE
"'ESU"MN ITS EXPENDITURES FROM SUCH SOURCES FOR THE PRECEDING FISCAL
'*ItSt4^1' ..

..: .*NODEL PROJECTS
w. ;rWS4Ca W- IA) THE COMMISSIONER MAY. AFTER CONSULTATION WITH THE STATE
A ASECY. MAKE GRANTS TO ANY PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT PRIVATE AGENCY OR
ORMANIZATIIIN OR CONTRACTS WITH ANY AGENCY OR ORGANIZATION WITHIN SUCH
S?$3E FOR PAYING PART OR ALL OF THE COST OF DEVELOPING OR OPERATING
ftASTAIEMfhlf REGIOIML, METROPOLITAN AREA. COUNTY, CITY, OP COMMUNITY MODEL
i*YSWftlSf WHICMHILL EXPAND OR IMPROVE SOCIAL SERVICES OP OTHERWISE PROMOTE
rTH' "Itt-BtING OF OLDER PERSONS. IN MAKING GRANTS AND CONTRACTS UNDER
ST"AMti'SECTiOU. :TNE. COMMISSIONER SHALL GIVE SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO
hIPEOJUEFS CESIINED TO -
i.113 -ASSIST IN MEETING THE SPECIAL HOUSING NEEDS OF OLDER PERSONS
MY: YAtIPROVIDING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO SUCH PERSONS, WHO OWN THEIR
jOmN HONES. NECESSARY TO ENABLE THEM TO MAKE THE REPAIRS AND
RENOVATIONS TO THEIR HOMES WHICH ARE NECESSARY FOR THEM TO WFFT
*MNtWMUR STANDARDS. IBI STUDYING AND DEMONSTRATING METHODS OF
*, :r ADAPTING EXISTING HOUSING. OR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOUSING. TO MEET
THE NEWS OF OLDER PERSONS SUFFERING FROM PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. AND
ie... 1C1 DEMONSTRATING ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF RELIEVING OLDER PERSONS OF
....THE WaDEN OF REAL PROPERTY TAXES ON TIER HOMES;
r *i"(2a PRWV1DE CONTINUING EDUCATION TO OLDER PERSONS DESIGNED TO
ENABLE ALTIEM TO LEAD MORE PRODUCTIVE LIVES BY BROADENING THE
EDUCATIONAL. CULTURAL. OR SOCIAL AWARENESS OF SUCH OLDER PERSONS,
EMPHASIZING. WPfRE POSSIBLE. FREE TUITION ARRANGEMENTS WITH COLLEGES
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*(31 PROVIDE PRESETIREMENT FOUCATIEM. INFORjOflONM.'I i .
SERVICES 4 INCLUDING THE T*AIMIWG OF PeRSONNf. 1 S ...... .....
PROGRAMS -AND THE CONDUCTIMG 01FlStt UEAt T i. Wf
DEVELOPMENT ARD OPERATION, OF SUC* PROGI53 TO 1. ll !
RETIREMENT; OR Too.
*(4I PROIWOP SERVICES TO ASSIST flU MEETING THE PARflCNfsluSt
OF THE PWVSICALLY AND MENTALLY IMPAIRED ODER PERSON kJ SL .
SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION NMD ESCORT SERVICES, HI4DNAUEs. 3l : 15'MW '
AND SHOPPING SERVICES, READER SERVICES, LETT- WIa YwtIft SWITdifI
OTHER SERVICES DESIGNED TO ASSIST SUCH INSRWOUbftS 19tamitwwqrNO
INDEPENDENT LIFE<4. r ,
"(B) FOR THE PURPOSE OF CRYING OUT TIM" SECT IOW1 T+CKS ARE
TO BE APPROPRIATED SUCH SUMS AS NAY BE NECESSARY FOW.SC-Fl'tISRl:j *W
ENDING JUNE 30, 1973, THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE Wi, -YT4t0 AM WUS"EDSt
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1q75au ,* .*:


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; ^ ^ 5 ^ Sl01* STAT.,b W
.l MERcANS COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE AMENDMENTS OF 1973
I;q I NAY 3v 19?3
TITLE IV TRAINING AND RESEALCU 55
"SEI. f0. THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT
fl~IAlD4VAB ANB BY INSIPTING IMMEDIATELY AFTER TITLE III THE FOLLOWING
w0 UTiS, t79 STAT. 2241 63 STAT. Alt., 42 U.S.C. 3031, 3041.//
*i v. TITLE1 IV TRAINING AWD MArSLM *5
*PART A -- TRAINING
.D:.0 k 7STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
6SEWM'Bf1a" tTHE PURPOSE OF THIW PART IS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF
SERVBrEP-B Tt-rHELP MEET CRITICAL SHORTAGES OF ADEQUATELY TRAINED
PERSOUEL FOR PROGRAMS IN THE FIELD Of AGING ST It) DEVELOPING INFORMATION
ON THE ACTUAL NEEDS FOR PERSONNEL TO WORK IN THE FIELD OF AGING* BOTH
PRESENT:AVP "LS6 RANGE; .121 PROVIDING A BROAD RANGE OF QUALITY TRAINING
AM1 SETRAINIGW OPPORTUNITIES, RESPONSIVE TO CHANGING NEEDS OF PROGRAMS IN
THE fIt% : OF-AGING. 13) ATTRACTING A GREATER NUMBER OF QUALIFIED PERSONS
INTO: T EZEL. OF A GING&& AND 141 HELPING TO MAKE PERSONNEL TRAINING
PROGRAqS*lRE RESPONSIVE' TO THE NEED FOR TRAINED PERSONNEL IN THE FIELD OF
AGING.
sc. SI|rAPPRAIN6 PERSONNEL NEEDS IN THE FIELD OF AGING
MM;:. i62. tA) THE COMMISSIONER SHALL FROM TIME TO TINE APPRAISE-THE
NATION'S EXISTING AND FUTURE PERSONNEL NEEDS IN THE FIELD.OF AGING, AT ALL
LEV1kSAMb AIN ALL TYPES OF PROGRAMS. AND THE ADEQUACY OF THE NATION'S
EFFORTS Q'MdEET THEMS NEEDS. IN DEVELOPING INFORMATION RELATING TO
PERSW10FL 14E0 IN-- THE FIELD OF AGING, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL CONSULT
'WITH. AND SAKE MAXIMUM UTILIZATION OF STATISTICAL AND OTHER RELATED
INFORNATN OF- THE' DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, THE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION, THE
OFFIChR65 EDUCATION. FEDERAL COUNCIL ON THE AGING, THE NATIONAL FOUNDATION
ON THEiAREU AND HUMANITIES, STATE EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES, OTHER STATE AND
LOCAfDJj. PUBLIC ASENCISS, AND OFFICES DEALING WITH PROBLEMS OF THE AGING,
STATN EMPLOYMENT SECURITY AGENCIES, AND OTHER APPROPRIATE PUBLIC AND
h 0111w A EN IS **. :
flA THE COMMISSIONER SMALL PREPARE AND PUBLISH ANNUALLY AS A PART OF
6V^mfUAL REPURTvPRCVIEP IN SECTION 208 A REPORT ON THE PROFESSIONS
dEaLgs( WITH THE PROBLEMS OF THE AGING, IN WHICH HE SHALL PRESENT IN
STltA #$t VIEW ON THE STATE OF SUCH PROFESSIONS AND THE TRENDS WHICH HE
DISCERNS WITH RESPECT TO THE FUTURE COMPLEXION OF PROGRAMS FOR THE AGING
THROIGMOUT THE NATION AND THE FUNDS AND THE NEEDS OF WELL-EDUCATED
PERSOtNWES. TO STAFF SUCH PROGRAMS. THE REPORT SHALL INDICATE THE
COMMISSIONER'S PLANS CONCERNING THE ALLOCATION OF FEDERAL ASSISTANCE UNDER
THIS1 TITLE IN RULATICN TO; THE PLANS AND PROGRAMS OF OTHER FEDERAL
AGENCIES. Q P
ATTRACTING QUALIFIED PERSONS TO THE FIELD OF AGING




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-SEC. 403. THE COMMISSIONER NAY HAKE GRANTS TO STATE AGENCIES REFERRED
TO IN SECTION 304, STATE OR LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES, INSTfhWitfS PV
HIGHER EDUCATION, OP OTHER PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT PitIVA*f *tEitk.l"
ORGANIZATIONS, OR INSTITUTIONS, AND HE MAY ENTER INTO CONtktitRAS VMHi4AN
AGENCY, INSTITUTION, OR ORGANIZATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF L-
"111 PUBLICIZING AVAILABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREERS IN THE FIELD
OF AGING;
"12) ENCOURAGING QUALIFIED PERSONS TO ENTER OR REENTER THE FIELD
OF AGING;
N43) ENCOURAGING ARTISTS, CRAFTSMEN, ARTISANS, SCIENTIStS. AND
PERSONS FROM. CTHER PROFESSIONS AND VOCATIONS AND HONEMAKER S4"Th
UNDERTAKE ASSIGNMENTS ON A PART-TIME BASIS OR FOR TEMPORARY PERIODS
IN THE FIELD OF AGING; OR
"(4) PREPARING AND DISSEMINATING MATERIALS, TILUSING
AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS AND PRINTED MATERIALS. FOR USE IN RECUUITMMT
AND TRAINING OF PERSONS EMPLOYED OR PREPARING FOR EMPLOYMENT IU
CARRYING OUT PROGRAMS RELATED TO THE PURPOSES: OF THIS ACY.
"TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR PERSONNEL IN THE FIELr OF AGING
*SEC. 404. (A) THE COMMISSIONER NAY MAKE GRANTS TO AN? PUBLIC ORt
NONPROFIT PRIVATE AGFNCY, ORGANIZATION, OR INSTITUTION DR WIT" STAN
AGENCIES REFERRED TO IN SECTION 304, OR CONTRACTS WITH AN* AGENCY
ORGANIZATION, OR INSTITUTION, TO ASSIST THEM IN TRAINING PERSONS MHOUARE
EMPLOYED OR PREPARING FOR EMPLOYMENTT IN FIFLOS RELATED TO THEtP*uRPESErsBF-
THIS ACT S
"(I) TO ASSIST IN COVERING THE COST OF COURSES OF TWINING OR
STUDY (INCLUDING SHORT-TERN OP REGULAR SESSION INSTITUTES A0S OTHER
INSERVICE AND PRESERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMS),
"(21 FOR ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING FELLOWSHIPS TO TRAIN
PERSONS TO BE SUPERVISORS OR TRAINERS OF PERSONS ENPLOVED O'R
PREPARING FOP EMPLOYMENT IN FIELDS RELATED TO THE PURPOSES OP ISIS
ACT,
"133 FOR SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIUMS, AND WORKSHOPS tS'flE
FIELD OF AGING, INCLUDING THF CONDUCT OF CONFERENCES AND" OTHER
MEETINGS FOR THE PURPOSES OF FACILITATING EXCHANGE OF IIFORNATIGN
AND STIMULATING NEW APPROACHES WITH RESPECT TO ACTIVITIES RELATES TO:
THE PURPOSES OF THIS ACT,
"(41 FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PROGRAMS FOR PREPARING PERSONNEL MR'v)
CAREERS IN THE FIELD OF AGING, INCLUDING DESIGN, DEVELOPENTEC AM'
EVALUATION OF EXEMPLARY TRAINING PROGRAMS, INTRODUCTION 'OF. NUNi
QUALITY AND MORE EFFECTIVE CURRICULA AND CURRICULA MATERIALS" AMD
E151 THE PROVISION OF INCREASED OPPORTUNITIES FOR PRACTErfl
EXPERIENCE.
"IB) THE COMMISSIONER MAY INCLUDE IN THE TERMS OF ANY CONTRACT OR6Smi
UNDER THIS PART PROVISIONS AUTHORIZING THE PATIENT, TO PERSONS
PARTICIPATING IN TRAINING PROGRAMS SUPPORTED UNDER THIS PART, Or S -*
STIPENDS (INCLUDING ALLOWANCES FOR SUBSISTENCE AND OTHER EXPENSES FOR LECH
PERSONS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS) AS HE DETERMINES TO BE CONSISTENT 11TH
PREVAILING PRACTICES UNDER COMPARABLE FEDERALLY SUPPORTED PROGRAMS- WHERE






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Me 1O014 PROMIaQSS POR tM5 iUGSE OF FUNDS UNDER THIS SECTION FOR
Sf SHASIL IN ADDITION T1 STIPENDS :Flf THE RECIPIENTS PAY TO
CENAm.B-1 IN WHIC T HE FELLOWSHIP IS BEING PURSUED SUCH
Ti CO 4401 SI;45 SHALL DETERMINE TO BE CONSISTENT WITH
9hIEVV3NPIPCIC* ^ R4COMPRABL FEDERALLY SUPPORTED PROGRAMS.
:irwwWK0' OWj SEaR4EN PROJECTS
tft~lsAtg q^ 9.6014-NeSRIT~ O~F: ACT-VIT.IES-
sof lak. THE COMMISSIONER MAY MAKE GRANTS TO ANY PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT
PaIr VAi 4W$Yt)rsGANJ tATII'Wh OR AIW& ST ITUkION AND CONTRACTS WITH ANY
ASENCpjf AS'ft.ML >t .041 A* INSTITUTION C OR WVTH ANY INDIVIDUAL FOR THE
PUR-POSE'u 41'*
,0#A t STUDWIEG CURRENT APATTkNS AND CONDITIONS OF LIVING OF OLDER
flflitiS AnD IDSNTIFYMNG FACTORS WHICH ARE *ENEFICIAL OR DETRIMENTAL
ylUr K ') DEVELOPING OR DEMONSTRATING NEW APPROACHES, TECHNIQUES, AND
4lM0S t*LM 1t6 UTOfl ,l#E MSE- DF MULTIPURPOSE CENTERS WHICH HOLD
6COWISE OF .$USTANTIAL'COsWaIBUTIoN TOWARD WHOLESOME AND MEANINGFUL
l||vI^~f( ERPJRSON$4f
to i"'sA i:.DEVELCPIK1 flR -DEMONSTRATING APPROACHES, METHODS, AND
1E S$ 45 AE V I NG OR* SIMPROV ING C ORDINATION OF COMMUNITY
I Sh F94 #Ef0LfOER PERSONS;
641 EVALUATING THESE APPROACHES, TECHNIQUES, AND METHODS* AS
rWf s&I *STHEAS HHICN MAYiASEIST OLDER PERSONS TO ENJOY WHOLESOME AND
AN1NVFLIVE:AN; TO, CONTINUE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE STRENGTH AND
,.lttIA| OU a4IATIBN; I ,
1** ~CSLLECTINO AND DISSEMINATING. -'THROUGH PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER
W.1 H !pPRAJATE-vMEANSe INFORMATION "CONCERNING : SEUASCd FINDINGS, *S
+t STIRATP4q.RAEEULTSe ANO OTHER MATERIALS DEVELOPED IN CONNECTION
jSSIST1 UNDyER THIS PART; OR
N ACONFENRNCES MD OTHER MEETINGS FOR THE PURPOSFS
.U.C ...FA kbnFTI 6 ERCHANWG QF INFORMATION AND STIMULATING NEW
s HtLPMSACMES WIT'I REPC TO ACTIVIES RELATED TO THE PURPOSES OF

Pk" *SPQ STUOT AS;G!iDSMONSTRATION PROJECTS ON
THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS OF OLDER AMERICANS
"tf caE QONRISSIQIUR SHALL, AFTER CONSULTATION WITH THE
Sum'AWiY R PKMSFOATAUT4" n:AM THE SECRETARY OP HOUSING AND URBAN
hEuULqfi .. CQWUCT A COWNPREIENSIVE STUDY AND SURVEY OF THE
iMp" S l f O A RSOLSM$ OF OIsDH AMRICANS WITH EMPHASIS UPON SOLUTIONS
THAT y*fE PMCTICA.UE AND CA4 BE LMPLEMENTED IN A TIMELY FASHION. IN
CONOtJCIfi THE ST0Y- AND SURVEY, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL CONSIDER --
4134* 1 +40 Te.AJ USE OF ALL COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
t(' WII ICULARLY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS, THE POSSIBLE USE OP
SCHOOL BUSES.,; 0W EXCESS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE VEHICLES; AND
.*' v T.E sEED FOR Pr 0W I WlO AND IMPROVED PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING
*..Y:NTOtrVU*lCLft IHSURANCS. ACWDER AMORICANS TO BE IMPLEMENTED FOR USE
*J4N A COORDLI4ATED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM.
L In. WiCONEC T I OfW ITH THE STUDY REQUIRED BY. SUBSECTION (Al, THE




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COMMISSIONER, IN COORDINATION WITH THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION AND E
SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVPLDPMENYT, SHALL CONDUCT BflE&EQS
DFMONSTRATION PROJECTS, EITHER DIRECTLY CR BY GRANTS OR CONTRACTS.:
PUBLIC OR PRIVATE NONPROFIT AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS, IN ORDJRT.+ O ...
Itll DEMONSTRATE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS OF ECONOMIC ANITSERVflt'"
ASPECT OF FURNISHING ADEQUATE TRANSPORTATION- TO OLDER PERSONS IN
RURAL ANC URBAN AREAS INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FURNISHED Iy
SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES;
-t23 DEMONSTRATE IMPROVEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES AVAILABLE
TO OLDER PERSONS WITH EMPHASIS ON CA) ESTABLISHING SPECI NL
TRANSPORTATION SUBSYSTEMS FOR OLDER PERSONS OR SIMILAR GROUPS W$ fW
SIMILAR MOBILITY RESTRICTIONS. 1B1 PROVIDING PORTAL-TOi-PWiMAL
SERVICE AND DEMAND ACTUATEC SERVICES, 1C0 MAKING PAYMENTS OHECTiLY
TO OLDER PERSONS TO ENABLE THEM TO OBTAIN REASONABLE AND NfCES$AMY
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES;
"131 DEMONSTRATE IMPROVED COORDINATION BETWEEN TRANSPORIA#WOh
SYSTEMS AND SOCIAL SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS; iD
"(41 DEMCNSTRATE INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR OTHER SOCIAL
TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS CONFRONTING OLDER s AMERCANt"S
"(C) AT LEAST HALF OF THE PROJECTS AUTHORIZED UNDER SUBfSECTIW# Pi.f'IP
THIS SECTION SHALL Et CONDUCTED IN STATES THAT ARE PREDOMINANTLY RuvAMIN
CHARACTER.
"10) NOT LATER THAN JANUARY 1. 1975, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL'PREPARE4AND
TRANSMIT TO-THE SECRETARY, TO THE PRESIDENT, AND TO THI CONGRESS, A REPORT
ON HIS FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS, INCLUDING A PLAN FOR ImPLEIENTVATINN
CF IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR OLDER AMERICANS' AIM
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL LEGISLATION. ADMINISTRATIVE AND MTIRV
MEASURES TO PROVIOL SOLUTIONS TO THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS OF BLUR
AMERICANS NOT LATER THAN JANUARY 1, 1975, AS HE DEEMS ADVISAML
N(El IN CARRYING OUT THE STUDY AND SURVEY, AND THE DEMbOSTRAT!IO ANp
IESEARLO PROJECTS UNDER THIS SECTION, THE COMMISSIONER IS AUTHORIZED YO *

-(11 PROCURE TEMPORARY OR INTERMITTENT SERVICES OF EXPERT'S AND
CONSULTANTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3109 Of TITLE 4, UNITED
STATES CODE, AND //60 STAT. 416.//
"42) SECURE DIRECTLY FROM ANY EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT* BUREAU,
AGENCY, BOARD, COMMISSION, OFFICE, INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHMENT R
INSTRUMENTALITY INFORMATION, SUGGESTIONS ESTIMATES, AND STATION21c3
FOR THIE PURPOSE OF THIS SECTION; AND EACH SUCH DEPARTMENT. It^tAU
AGENCY, BOARD, COMMISSION, OFFICE, INDEPENDENT ESTABLISHMENT dR
INSTRUMENTALITY IS AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTS.-
BY LAW. TO FURNISH SUCH INFORMATION, SUGGESTIONS, ESTIMATES, AND
STATISTICS DIRECTLY TO THE COMMISSIONER UPON REQUEST MAVE BY HIi.
"PART C -- MULTIDISCIPLINARY CENTERS OF GERONTOLOGY
"SEC. 421. THE COMMISSIONER MAY MAKE GRANTS TO PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
NONPROFIT AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS, AND INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OpF
ESTABLISHING OR SUPPORTING MULTIDISCIPLINARY CENTERS OF GERONTOLOGY. ?A
GRANT MAY Bf MADE UNCER THIS SECTION ONLY IF THE APPLICATION THEREFORE -L








PROVIDES SATISFACTORY ASSURANCE THAT THE APPLICANT MILL
Pl AFU : MN Of THE GRANT TO ESTABLISH OR SUPPORT A
~ ;IntIuui CM q- OF ,GERDNILCGY tWHI CH SHALL
ctjtiaJlp IIi "u= Sub 4AIM WEAQh6L AT THE *PROFESSIONAL ANo
g CONWUCTi BASICiE&AA ON NORK, LEISURE, AND **
VI Pyfki, LIVICI4RANGENENTS OF OLDER PEOPLE,
OLDER PEOPLE. THE ECONOMICS OF AGING. AND OTHER
'tgj rmov1 soA~k~v~rall 't&P9BLIC AND VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS
S N1i. RESPECT 10 -THjfilDSS~9 OF ;OEAt PEOPLE AND IN PLANNING AND
BV EL OPIN SEFRVICES FR H",Mk.,..
4 #L9flwo IN? 91S ir INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE WITH
213l. T9j flK jEA$*F99 wnIC" T CONDUCTS BASIC AND APPLIED
thY?? 9r||IB .-v..=^.-' *. -***-*,**
E N ATE NC-ORPORATION OP INFORMATION ON AGING INTO THE
1CmIh, SIO 1CAL, *HAVIORAL, AND SOCIAL S&IENLE AT COLLEGES -
P Alp SIALW POKs PUBLIC HEALTH, HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION,
JO|eQ fD IN ... R SUCH SCHOOLS AT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES,
tu MUpbL;J -
.9w .. ..sSEA*:i OPORIYNITIES A3OR INNOVATIVE. MULTIDISCIPLINARY
S IN TEACHING, IfSEABLU AND DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS WITH *
414.i qsFOR SUCH F&)CAL CO Rt| AND PUND ACCOINTIUG PROCEDURES AS
l~l~f~t(|^$|inxi ASUR OPE 50) SIRSN6T OF MND ACCOUNTING FOR FUNDS
PAUSTO T A ICANT UNDER THIS SECTION; AND
R lSjS K MAiNieSUCH REPORTS, IN SUCH FORM AND CONTAINING SUCH
|Fs ASIRTHS qCIui S MY ASURE TO CARRY OUT HIS FUNCTIONS
rC SFKP IRO SUCH ECORNS AND FOR AFFORDING SUCH
*CMPS IONER AY, WINO NECESSARY TO ASSURE THE
C Syr it LE*AV'E t fi nti~*~ SUCEP03T
D ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A t-i*A 8IqR*IOf APV RIATIaNIS.
4.2 THERE AE MEAUTHORZED T0 BE APPROPRIATED FOR THE PURPOSES OF
,nl TU($ TITLE;SCH SUNS AS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
T1 9 t9. fTU FISCAL YEAR ENDINg JUNE 30, 1974, AND THE FISCAL
1-1 l"s *W 39MW @P,49754i -
Jsatj.L.'cps. "PAYMENTS OF GRANTS
SHEXTENT HE DEEMS IT APPROPRIATE. THE COMMISSIONER
...l .. ... TH RE41CIPIERKT OF AMY .GANT OR CONTRACT UNDER THIS TITLE TO
W If E DIeNEy- EACIIITIES. OR SERVICESS FOR CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT FOR
t1W SI$NctPAMT OiR CMNT9AT MAS MADE.
tBjA4pEgTguSIEm ATHIS PRT PSVANT TO A GRANT OR CONTRACT. MAY BE
MAUI (CFTE. NISSSARI ADJUSTMENT, IN THE CASE OF GRANTS. ON ACCOUNT Or
P~ UfL3 MAPE 6VER!AYNENTS OR UNCRPRAYPENTS# IN ADVANCE OR BY WAY OF
S6IWIRSERENT AN6 IN SUCH sIN5tALLMhNTS AND ON SUCH CONDITIONS, AS THE


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COMMISSIONER MAY DETERMINE. L 1tn
"CC) THE COMMISSIONER SHALL MAKE NO GRANT QR CONTRACT UNDPRTHISV TITLE
:0 IN ANY STATE WHICH HAS ESTABLISHED OR DESIGNATED A SfAlt& c i vno FOR
PE PURPOSES OF TITLI III OF THIS ACT UNLESS THE COMMISSIO*RV HAS1CONSULT ED
)F WITH SUCH STATE AGENCY REGARDING SUCH GRANT fOt CONTRACT."
'u TITLE V MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS''
SEC. 501. THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS MR.TH AAMEDED BY
INSERTING IMMEDIATELY AFTER TITLE IV THE FOLLOWIN0 NEW TITLE:
*TITLE V -- MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS *
"PART A -- ACQUISITION, ALTERATION. OR .11
RENOVATION OF MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS
"GRANT AUTHORIZtI*
"SEC. 501. (A) 1N ORDER TO PROVIDEIA FOCAL POINT IN COMMUNITIES FOR
THE DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY OF SOCIAL SERVICES AMD MUR11f1ZONAL SERVICES
DESIGNED PRIMARILY FOR OLDER PERSONS, THE COMMISSIONER MAY MIhAERANTS TO
UNITS OF GENERAL PURPOSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR OTtER PMALIt OrR NONPROFIT
PRIVATE AGENCIES OR ORGANIZATIONS AND MAY MAKE CONTRACTS M*IWAWY AGENCY
OR ORGANIZATION TO PAY NOT TO EXCEED 75 PER CENTUOF 4 nWCOST OF
ACQUIRING, ALTERING, OR RENOVATING EXISTING- FACILITIES t6 SERVE AS
MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS (INCLUDING THE INITIAL ESoIP4TNtJ* SUCH
FACILITIES). FACILITIES ASSISTED BY GRANTS OR CONTRACTS. N0ERt Nhf PART
SHALL BE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE MAJORITY OF INDIVIDUALS ELIGIBLE O1 USE
T THE MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER, AND WITHIN -ALKINA bISTAWE WHERE
C POSSIBLE.
"(B THE TOTAL PAYMENTS MADE PURSUANT TO GRANTS OR CONTRACItS UMBER THIS
I SECTION IN ANY STATE FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR SHALL NOT EXCEED 10D PER CVITUM OF
C THE TOTAL AMOUNT APPROPRIATED FOR THE YEAR FOR THE PURPOSESBOF CARRYING
C OUT THIS PART.
p "(C) THE TERM 'MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER* MEANS A, COMNIMi TY FACILITY
FOR THE ORGANIZATION AND PROVISION OF A BROAD SPECTRUM OF SERVICES
(INCLUDING PROVISION OF HEALTH, SOCIAL, AND EDUCATIONAL SEAVISES AND
PROVISION OF FACILITIES FOR RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES) 'FOR OLDEM PERSONS.
"REQUIREMENTS FQR APPROVAL'OF APPLICATIONS'
"SEC. 502. (A) A GRANT OR CONTRACT FDA PIIRCHASE UNDER THIS PART MAY BE
MADE ONLY IF THE APPLICATION THEREFOR IS APPROVED BY THE COMMISSIONER UPON
HIS DETERMINATION THAT --
"iI) THE APPLICATION CONTAINS OR IS SUPPORTED B' REASONABLE
ASSURANCES THAT [A) FOR NOT tESS THAN TEN YEARS AFTER PIRCHANE. THE
FACILITY WILL BE USED FOR THE PURPOSES FORit'jICH (t IS lO BF
PURCHASED, (B) SUFFICIENT FUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO MEET THE
NONFEDERAL SHARE OF THE COST OF PURCHASE OF THE PACI Il1Y, IC)
SUFFICIENT FUNDS WILL BE AVAILABLE, WHEN PRUCHASE IS COMPLETED, FOR
EFFECTIVE USE CF THE FACILITY FOR THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH IT ISt BEING
S PURCHASED, AND (D0 THE FACILITY WILL NOt OF USEb AND ES NOT
INTENDED TO BE USED FOR SECTARIAN INSTRUCTION Ot AS A PLACE FOR
RELIGIOUS WORSHIP; 1 *
"(2* THE APPLICATION CONTAINS OR IS SUPPORTED BY REASONABLE
ASSURANCES THAT THERE ARE NO EXISTING FACILITIES IN THE COMMUNITY


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-*wh t~t~kE,:T FOR- LEASING 4S L.A MULTIPWRPOSE SENIOR CENTER;
PP8Ik4dl3tIA a.4j-SRjPL AW SP PERPFICATIONS ARE IN ACWORDAWCE WITH
gt gvJAV FIPUNIflrJWORMNU 4TEP jrvITI. 1ARTICZULAR EMPHASIS ON SECURING
Mi TO"lM "SObNITh gfHi LRPWIREMNNTS aiOF Fi ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS ACT
VTWIJI SM#0K VStRLI* :-LAW-l. -:48014 LAND 1/82 STAT. 71a.t 42 U.S.C.
i,..L41'THE APPLICATION CONTAINS OR IS SUPPORTED BY ADEQUATE
1mnDAM R MWANU1 NAT ANY LIMRER OR NECMANIC EMPLOYED BV ANY CONTRACTORS
Rs nuAQa$SGaCOUTRPTQORS IN THE PERFORMANCE OF WORK ON THE FACILITY WILL BE
@ME.VMIMA6 U tATARATESL NOT LESS. THAN THOSE PREVAILING FOR SIMILAR WORK
MMIII S.#VE bOCALITY AS DETERMINED BV THEl SECRETARY OF LABOR IN
MIfe~lh#450 6E Nb THE DAVIS-BACON ACT, AS AMENDED 140 U.S.C. 276A -
flflW.4ATHEtUGMSE~OETARY OP LABOR SMALL HAVE, WITH RESPECT To] THE
1:-1:i0i:101w. .i'STANDARDS SPEC I FIE@ IN THIS PARAGRAPH, THE AUTHORITY AND
:j inirPt4CTiwS 'sfl FORI NIN RUORGANUATION PLAN NUMBERED 14 OF 1950 135
S|urt4 fl V67311 T::i044 STAT. l2611. ARC SECTION 2 OF THE ACT OF JUNE 13,
UWButkwMA ANEMOEB 140 U.S.C. ZTbC1. //49 STAT. 1011., 63 STAT.

.plCS -ti~eSqlqIIWG; GIANTS OR CQMTRACTS UNDER TI S PART. THE COMMISSIONER
.t B in~ii ,-: ir.a :. .... ,i . ; : .
S L al9Afliflk PREPSUMPE TO Til ACOUIStTION OF MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR
r:u CENTERSKS IN AREAS WHERE THERE IS BEING DEVELOPED A COMPREHENSIVE AND
aC,uiWWJIflUO SUSTeN UNDER .TItLB III OF THIS ACT; AND //ANTE, P.

mn.~iM caWlfhti- WITH Til SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
t'pIM UPM TO TUE TECHNIGAL ASECUACY OF ANY PROPOSED ALTERATION OR

A h w A' "PAYMENTS
U APPROVAL OF ANY APPLICATION FOR A GRANT OR CONTRACT
a-1, T COMTISSIOWER SHALL RESEtSE, FROM ANY APPROPRIATION
MSH AMOUNT OF SUCH GRANT OR CONTRACT. THE AMOUNT SO
IN ADVANCE OR BY WAY OF REINBURSEMENT, AND IN SUCH
IPI ..fM161ST1,0IT WITh PROGRESS IN ALTERATION OR RENOVATION, AS THE
K*ERMJNE.~ TH El CONf4SSIONER^S RESERVATION OF ANY AMOUNT
M*fYiBE ;AM6O BY H101. EITHER UPON APPROVAL OF AN
0 4 PLICAfON OR UPON REVISION OF THE ESTIMATED COST OF
= )rim h40410 IWG Te.EFACklINT.
ar ^i '. *"ReCAPT1R1 OF. PAYMENTS
5SIE W^r 'st. I THIN TEN YEARS AFTER PURCHASE OF ANY FACILITY FOR
WflsftMfl Ol00EE PA0 UNDER -.THIS PART -
USI5 niajiA4b tCNER F TJ* FACILITYtMfiES TO.BE A PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT
ONMH IAMtlANWM :OR ORGAIM AT ION,. O*
..... i344'%klE FACILITY CEASES TO. IS USED FOR THE PROPOSES FOR WHICH IT
U PURCtHASJD |UNLESS THE COMMISSIONER DETERMINES, IN ACCORDANCE
..i0 fM REGUkLATIOGUS, THAT T$4ER t IS .GOD CAUSE FOR RELEASING *HE
-*NTlICt OR OTtER OWNER FROM TIE OBLIGATION TO DO O5I)
StiM' Utib STATE SHALL BE ENTITLED TO RECOVER FROM THE APPLICANT OR













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THE OTHER OWNER OF THE FACILITY AN AMOUNT WHICH SEARS TO THE TIS 'VALUE OF
THE FACILITY (OR SO MUCH THEREOF AS (dNSTITUTED AN APPOE PROJECT Of
PROJECTS I THE SAME RATIO AS THE AMOUNT OF SUCH FERAL P99SI "Now O TmE
COST OF THE FACILITY FINANCED MEIH THE AID OP SUCH M lSS?'l iM VALUE
SHALL BE DETERMINED BY AGREEMENT OF TUE PARTIES OR BS AfllM JJSHT IN
THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT IN UMttWSOISCTLITY
IS SITUATED.
AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
"SEC. 505. CAN THEIR. ARE AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED fOR lHE PURPOSE
OF MAKING GRANTS OR CONTRACTS UNDER SECTION 501. SWIG SUNS AS NAY SF
MNCESSARY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30. 1971. TIE FISCAL TflEAUEDING
JUNE 30. 1974. AND THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 197.
U(B) SUNS APPROPRIATED FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR UNDER SUSSECTIUS Si SO THIS
SECTION AND REMAINING UNOSLIGATED AT THE ENO OF SUCHtYEAR SHitLAESAIN
AVAILABLE FOR SUCH PURPOSE FOR THE NEXT FISCAL WEAR. I.*,c
=MORTGAGE INSURANCE FOR MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CNTEft I,:
"SEC. 506. IAI IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS SECTION 'TO ASSIST AND
ENCOURAGE THE PROVISION OF URGENTLY NEEDED FACILITIES MRW PROGRAMS FOR THE
ELDERLY.
0815 FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS PART THE TERMS 'MORSAGE, *UORTGfbR*I
*MORTGAGES'. 'MATURITY DATE'. AND 'STATE' SHALL HAVE THE NEANSUS
RESPECTIVELY SET FORTH IN SECTION 207 OF THE WATISIAL MOSVSTG LACT. f12
U.S.C. 1713./1
*NCI THE SECRETARY OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND HELSFRE IS JTflIutO TO
INSURE ANY MORTGAGE INCLUDING ADVANCES ON SUCH MORTGA DURtING
ACQUISITION, ALTRATIONs OR RENOVATION IN ACCORDANCE StM- THE PRDVISIOIS
OF THIS SECTION UPON SUCH TERMS AMD CONDITIONS AS HE NW PUESCfhS AIN
MAKE COMMITMENTS FOR INSURANCE OF SUCH MORTGAGE PRIOR TO THE DwT VF ITS
EXECUTION OR DISBURSEMENT THEREON.
I 01 IN ORDER, TO CARRY OUT THE PURPOSE OF TH#1S SECYWIN TfltCUE iY
IS AUTHORIZED TO INSURE ANY MORTGAGE WHICH COVERS Ak NEW CUL lSE
SENIOR CENTER@ INCLUDING EQUIPMENT TO BE USED IN ITS OPERATION, SIowl"40
THE FOLLOWING CONIDITIONS: 401111 THE MORTGAGE SHALL BE *11'
MORTGAGOR, APPROVED BY THE SECRETARY, WHv O f ONSTUATESf9RA8L9#Y
SUCCESSFULLY TO OPERATE ONE OR MORE PROGMRS FOR IMU -Uif1L IQi I'
SECRETARY NAY IN HIS DISCRETION REQUIRE AM SUCK MORTGAGOR Td EILtttUIMW
OR RUSTRICTEO AS TO MINIMUM CHARGES AND METHODS OP FINANCING. ax^W
ADDITION THERETO, IF THE MORTGAGOR IS A CORPORATE ENtfl& AS TOMlfl ft
STRUCTURE AND RATE OF RFTURN. AS AN AID TO THE REGULATION OR RESTRICTIUI
OF ANY MORTGAGOR WITH RESPECT TO ANY OF THE pFOREGOfG MATTURCR^ ;TfE
SECRETARY MAY MAKE SUCH CONTRACTS WITH AND ACQUIRE FOR NOT 10 EXCu S tt
SUCH STOCK INTEREST IN SUCH MORTGAGOR AS HE MAY DEEM NECESSARV.'AITO
CR INTEREST SO PURCHASED SHALL BE PAID FOR OfT OF THE MUtTlPUvIO= mmw>lmma
CENTER INSURANCE FUND, AND SHALL BE REDEEMED BY THE MORTGAGE AT PAR
THE TERMINATION OF ALL OBLIGATIONS Of THE SECRETARY UNDER VT INSURAN
12> THE- MORTGAGE SHALL INVOLVE A PRINCIPAL OBLIGATION AN AN AVUNT N T
TO EXCEEC S250,000 AND NOT TO EXCEED 90 PER CEITUM OF THE ESYIMATED
REPLACEMENT CCST OF THE PROPERTY OR PROJECT, INCLUDING EWUIPVW*t TO SE





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wuff-I WTV E OPeRT IOtN OF THE MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER, WHEN THE PROPOSED
zABEmflgfk' ARE COMPLETED AMC THE EQUIPMENT IS INSTALLED.
:'M,$yaTu MORTGAGE SHALL
1jT "G:: *A) PROVIDE FOR COMPLETE AMORTIZATION BY PERIODIC PAYMENTS
WiITHIN SUCH TERM AS THE SECRETARY SHALL PRESCRIBE, AND
.TA..?'eI BEAR INTEREST (EXCLUSIVE OF PREMIUM CHARGES FOR INSURANCE
clt AU- SERVICE CHARGES, IF ANTI AT NOT TO EXCEED SUCH PER CENTUM PER
.(IA 1#.MC-ft ON THE PRINCIPAL OBLIGATION OUTSTANDING AT ANY TIME AS THE
j. E f 10.3-mlkFINDS NECESSARY TO MEET THE MORTGAGE MARKET.
5491p tl 'SECRETARY SHALL NOT INSUR' ANY MORTGAGE UNDER THIS SECTION
WUM-fLES EHA5OETERNINED THAT THM CENTER TO BE COVERED BY THE MORTGAGE
MIL~ B. ii CIMPLIANCE (I1TH MINIMUM STANDARDS TO BE PRESCRIBED BY THE
SEWEItANY.'*
114N T PLANS FOR SUCH MULTIPURPOSq SENIOR CENTER. DUE
cqpq RblON nowSHALL OE GIVEN TO EXCELLENCE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, AND
TUSION OF WORKS OF ART (NOT REPRESENTING MORE THAN I PER CENTUN
OPF THE PFOJECTi.
-4 -roe;$f SECRETARY SMALL FIX AND COLLECT PREMIUM CHARGES FOR THE
I u q F MORTGAGES UNDER THIS SECTION WHICH SHALL BE PAYABLE ANNUALLY
I:N.VA.-C0 BV THE MORTGAGEE. EITHER IN CASH OR IN OFBENTURES OF THE
YUUPo~lSE I 51410CENTER INSURANCE FUND (ESTABLISHED BY SUBSECTION EN411
AR PLUS ACCRUED INTEREST. IN THE CASE OF ANY MORTGAGE SUCH
SALL BE NOT LESS THAN AN AMOUNT EQUIVALENT TO ONE-FOURTH OF 1 PER
c 06R ANNUM NOR MORE THAN AN AMOUNT EQUIVALENT TO 1 PER CENTUM PER
AfM OF- !T HE AMOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL OBLIGATION OF THE MORTGAGE
SVWM'"NoI AT ANY ONE TIMEl WITHOUT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT DELINQUENT
PREPAYMENTS. IN ADDITION TO THE PREMIUM CHARGE HEREIN
PuOb TE SECREtARY 1S *AUTHORIZED TO CHARGE AND COLLECT SUCK
4&9: HE NAY 90M REASONABLE FOR THE APPRAISAL OF A PROPERTY OR
n ro INGoACWUISITlOn; ALTERATION, OR RENOVATION; BUT SUCH CHARGES
Api APPRAISAL AND INSPECTION SHALL NOT AGGREGATE'-MORE THAN I PER CENTUM OF
T44*OfIGN&AL PRINCIPAL PACE AMOUNT OF THE MORTGAGE.
loAr 4ff 1NBASECRETARY HAY CONSENT TO THE RELEASE OF A PART OR PARTS OF THE
InSSS PEROPIRTY OR PROJECT FROM THE LIEN OP ANY MORTGAGE INSURED UNDER
THIS SECTION UPON SUCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS HE MAY PRESCRIBE.
4pH11 flt SECISTARV SHALL HAVE THE SAME FUNCTIONS. POWERS, AND
,0R 4INSFAR AS" APPLICABLE) WITH RESPECT TO THE INSURANCE OF MORTGAGES
PL; 1 E: $ICflN AS THE SECRETARY OP HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT HAS
Ih R;49SPECT TO THE INSURANCE OF MORTGAGES UNDER TITLE II OF THE NATIONAL
1ACT. 12 U.S.C. 17079/
4 a PROVhb ISIONS OF SUBSECTION AS I0tVw SECT 110N 207 OF ITE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT SHALL APPLY TO
SPSeWLIWNSURED UNCER THIS SECTION; EXCEPT THAT, FOR THE PURPOSES OF
21i*?9itSTi0vNwITH RESPECT TO SUCH MORTGAGES, ALL REFERENCES IN SUCH
vfa kmli Ott THS HE GENERAL INSURANCE FUND SHALL BE DEEMED TO REFER TO THE
4flnP0sESEIORN CENTER INSURANCE FUND, AND ALL REFERENCES IN SUCH
Mb. flINS YO 'SECRETARY' SHALL BE DEEMED TO REFER TO THE SECRETARY OF
ISHMLWWN EWCATION, AND WELFARE. //12 U.S-C. 1713./I






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I[HI Ill THERE IS HEREBY CREATED A MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENT9ftr Al0SMJUAi.
FUND WHICH SHALL BF SUED BY THE SECRETARY AS A REVOLVING !VD F"
OUT ALL THE INSURANCE PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION. ALL NOSTPAG66#4W|I
UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL BE INSURED UNDER AND BE THE OBLIGATION OF ...
MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER INSURANCE FUND. H :
"121 THE GENERAL EXPENSES OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE DEFARINENT OF
HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE RELATING TO MORTGAGES INSURED .pfaqp THIS
SECTION NAY BE CHARGED TO THE MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER INISURAgNCAFUNC.
s133 MONEYS IN THE MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER INSURANCE FUp N4T ED
FOR THE CURRENT OPERATIONS FP THE DEPARTMENT OF WEALTH, 9EPUATI*. M*
WELFARE WITH RESPECT TO MORTGAGES INSURED UNDER THIS SEPTSIOtS*L4. S1
DEPOSITED WITH THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES TO THI CREDIT-O11 ) i, :
FUND, OR INVESTED IN BONDS OR OTHER OBLIGATIONS OF, OR IN BONDS MI A
OBLIGATIONS GUARANTEED AS TO PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST BY. THE UNITED STATES.
THE SECRETARY MAY, WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE SECRETARY OF THU YRSA1iMj
PURCHASE IN THE OPEN MARKET DEBENTURES ISSUED ASQOBLIGATI6NS OFa6 T
MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER INSURANCE FUND. SUCH PURCHASES SHAt4
AT A PRICE WHICH MILL PROVIDE AN INVESTMENT YIELD OF NOT LESS tWUMN| .
YIELD OBTAINABLE FROM OTHER INVESTMENTS AUTHORIZED BY THIS SI
DEBENTURES SO PURCHASED SHALL BE CANCELED ANS NOT nrSifIn
"(43 PREMIUM CHARGES, ADJUSTED PREMIUM CHARGES* AND APPRAISAL ,JW N
FEES RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT OF THE INSURANCE OF ANY MORTGAGE
SECTION, THE RECEIPTS DERIVED FROM PROPERTY COVERED BY SUCH MORTPAGE=iU*
FROM ANY CLAIMS, DEBTS. CONTRACTS, PROPERTY, AND SECURITY ASSjGNWTU
SECRETARY IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. AND ALL EARNINGS AS THE ASSETS OF::::
FUND, SHALL BE CREDITED TO THE MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER INSURANCE
THE PRINCIPAL OF, ANC INTEREST PAID AND TO BE' PAID ON. OSUSNIUS::1 .
ARE THE OBLIGATION OF SUCH FUND, CASH INSURANCE PAVYENTS AMD AS4nSTUJar
AND EXPENSES INCURRED IN THE HANDLING, MANAGEMENT, RENOVATIONg;A.|
DISPOSAL OF PROPERTIES ACQUIRED, IN CONNECTION WITH MOETSA UrS IM.
UNDER THIS SECTION, SHALL BE CHARGED TO SUCH FUND. Asq 4m.
0151 THERE ARE AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED TO PROVIDE IMNTIAL C:"*xrA
FOR THE MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTER INSURANCE FUND, AND TO:AMUORES-'m
SOUNDNESS OF SUCH FUND THEREAFTER, SUCH SUNS AS NAY -
"ANNUAL INTEREST GRANTS IU
"SEC. 507. 4A) TO ASSIST NONPROFIT PRI-VATG AGENCIES TO RIoUQI T1E Am5
OF BORROWING FROM OTHER SOURCES FOR THE ACQUISITION. ALTERATRiq:iUSI
RENOVATION OF FACILITIES. THE SECRETARY NAY MARE ANNUAL INTIRSI MPUSN
SUCH AGENCIES. -*
"153 ANNUAL INTEREST GRANTS UNDER THIS SECTION MITH RESPECTt 1lSHS.
FACILITY SHALL BE MADE OVER A FIXED PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING FORTY VEMS D
PROVISION FOR SUCH GRANTS SHALL BE EMBODIED IN A CONTRACT GUARANTIS>...
THEIR PAYMENT OVER SUCH PERIOD. EACH SUCH GRANT SHALL BE IN AUANWiBa
GREATER THAN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN III THE AVERAGE ANNUAL fEeT Sfin
WHICH WOULD BE REQUIRED TO BE PAID,. DURING THE LIFE OF. THE LUAu, VU Me
AMOUNT BORROWED FROP CTWER SOURCES FOR THE ACQUISITION, A WTER4ZE 1`4
RENOVATION OF SUCH FACILITIES. AND 121 THE AVERAGE ANNUAL DEST *MW0M
WHICH THE INSTITUTION WOULD HAVE BEEN REQUIRED TO PAY. DURING THE ttfl tQ.i






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I1 1rfl' M. WITH RESPECT TO SUCH AMOUNTS IF THE APPLICABLE INTEREST RATE
II- 3i PEA CEINTUM PER ANNUtr PROVIOEO, THAT THE AMOUNT ON WHICH SUCH
I um BASED SeALL BE APPROVED BY 'TE SECRETARY.
'PIYSC$ 11) THERE ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED TO THE
III: Sf ARV SUCK SUMS AS WAY BE NECESSARY FOR PAYMENT OF ANNUAL INTEREST
W MWrMtAtCORDANCE WITH THIS SECTION.
fMMlwt1m RACTS FOR ANNUAL INTEREST GRANTS UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL NOT
S S-t8E13aiUTO "114 AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT GREATER THAN IS AUTHORIZED IN
MSZ* -TION ICTS.'
tifR 4 NO(. WIRV THAN 12 1/2 PER CENTUm OF THE FUNDS PROVIDED FOR IN THIS'
2fnlfl(4' FOR GRANTS MAY BE USED WITHIN ANY ONE STATE.
fiy" *P*RT B -- INITIAL STAFFING OF MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS
*PERSONNEL STAFFING GRANT PROGRAM AUTHORIZED
D'A9KC. 'll. 1A) PFP THE PURPOSE OF ASSISTING IN THE ESTABLISHMENT AND
I S0t OPERATION OF MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS THE COMMISSIONER MAY, IN
SnWb Akt M1WTHTS POVISIONS OF THIS PART, MAKE GRANTS TO MEET, FOR THE
SMtflfv PERIODS SPECIFIED IN THIS PART, ALL OR PART OF THE COSTS OF
CSMM1fRTOIN OF PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL FOR THE INITIAL
OPfRATION OF NEW MULTIPURPOSE SENIOR CENTERS AND FOR THE DELIVERY OF
Star SEWICES ESTASVISIED THEREIN.
S 4lftSAI'NTS POR SUCH COST OF ANY CENTER UNDER THIS TITLE MAY BE MADE
SVY4*C'#Wr PERIOD BEGINNING WITH THE FIRST PAY OF THE FIRST MONTH FOR a
WKltUMdCH W GRANT IS MADE AND ENDING WITH THE CLCSE OF THREE YEARS AFTER n"
SXCH FIRST DAY. SUCH GRANTS WITH RESPECT TO ANY CENTER MAY NOT EXCEED 75
N uwU*NT OP SUCH COSTS FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PROJECT, 66 2/3 PER
COtUMMOF SUCH COSTS FOR- THE SECOND YEAR OF THE PROJECT, AND 50 PER CENTUM
OF SKCM COSTS FOR THE THIRD YEAR OF THE PROJECT.
&MItU I H MAKING SUCH GRANTS, THE SECRETARY SHALL TAKF INTO ACCOUNT 'THE
RELATIVE NEEDS OF THE SEVERAL STATES FOR COMMUNITY CENTERS FOR SENIOR
CWSiSrUBNS THEIR AELATIVE FINANCIAL NEEDS, AND THEIR POPULATION OF PERSONS
Ofl UtA.TH YEARS OF AGE. -
tiMUTjFJOR. THE PURPOSE OF THIS PART, THERE ARE AUTHORIZED TO BE
%PftU A.PlATWStJUCN SUMS AS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE
flri'aWfv A. D FOR EACH OF THE NEXT TWO SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEARS.w
A :,r TlIT!L- VI ?^. NATIONAL OLDER AMERICANS VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
W*.'601&' SECTION 60- OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AMENDED BY
AMMO< AT THS SN'f"THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBSECTIONS //83 STAT. 111.,
43 U.S.C. 30*4./f
U*011 NOTWITHSTtANDINS ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW, NO COMPENSATION
pWiSSr 0 INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTEERS UNDER THIS PART SHALL BE CONSIDERED
IlME fOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER."
.V4tUW. 602. SECTION 603 OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AMENDED BY
IUflN& IMMEDIATELY BEFORE THE PERIOD AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING'
*I5.000*0O00 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1973, $17,500,000 FOR
ThE" FISCAL YEAR" ENDING JUNE 30v 1974, AlIO $20,000,000 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
SUf:NG J'URE 30, 107-5. /42 U.S.C. 3044A.i/
SECL 603. LAl THE HEAVING OF PART U OF TITLE VI OF THE OLDER AMERICANS
AtrOF 1965 IS AMENDPO TO READ AS FOLLOWS:


















































































































































































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RS*5tIIVELif SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR SUCH YEARS FOR GRANTS OR CONTRACTS
MIV'SEBECON T1NiBl OF SUCH SECTION.
4 1*2) IF THE SUMS AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED UNDER PARAGRAPH 11 OF
THIS SUBSECTION FOR FISCAL YEARS BEGINNING AFTER JUNE 30, 1973, ARE NOT
RIATEC AND MADE AVAILABLE FOR EACH SUCH FISCAL YEAR THEN SUCH SUMS
rta'APPROMIIATDO ANtD MADE AVAILABLE FOR EACH SUCH FISCAL YEAR SHALL
'IJlPE'M~fe "SO-THAI? *'
1 )"I ANY AKPOUNTS APPROPRIATED NOT IN EXCESS OF A SUM WHICH WHEN
X*D0pgbThCARRYOVER BALANCES OTHERWISE AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION UNDER
IlNV (jOF:o SECTiON 611 EQUALS 125,000,000 SHALL BE SUED FOR
ySiPA seR C-ONTRACTS UNDER SUCH SUBSECTION; AND
Rri ANT AMOUNT; APPROPRIATED IN. EXCESS OF A SUM WHICH WHEN ADDED
^ "t4 CARRYOVER BALANCES OTHERWISE AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION UNDER
..rtnrtBSECflON SECTION 611 EQUALS 31,000,000 FOR THE FISCAL YE4R
14- J'SiING'JUA 30.;1974, AND $33,000,000 FOR THE FISCAL YFAR ENDING
"A* JUNB 30,619757, RESPECTIVELY. SHALL BE SUED FOR GRANTS OR CONTRACTS
0 F OR SUCH FISCAL YFARS UNDER SUBSECTION (A) OF SUCH SECTION."
'riSEC. 605. Tl4e AUTHORITIES CONFERRED UPON THE COMMISSIONER OF THE
ADMINISTRATION ON AGING BY THE AMENDMENTS MADE IN THIS TITLE SHALL BE
CARRIED OUT PURSUANT TO DELEGATIONS OF AUTHORITY, REORGANIZATION PLANS,
AMOWTAAS*f*RS MADE EFI'CTIVE PRIOR TO THE DATE OF ENACTMENT OF THIS ACT
WITH RBSAECT TO AUTHORITIES CONFERRED UPON THE SECRETARY OF THE DEPARTMENT
OFkHEALTH., EDUCATION. AND WELtARE UNDER TITLE VI OF THE OLDER AMERICANS
AffAOFk'65, AS AMENDED. R
TITLE VII NUTRITION PROGRAM
AVAILABILITY OF SURPLUS COMMODITIES
y 7'0sI 704. IdEC1JON 707 OF THE ,QLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS AMENDED TO
f|b! F9ottOWSvr Us STAT. 94, 42 U.S.t. 3045F.//
,Y :: a AVAILABILITY OF SURPLUS COMMODITIES
C 707. WtAn AdRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AND PRODUCTS PURCHASED BY THE
8RETAAY O' AGRICULTURE UNDER SECTION 32 OF THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1935 17
.;r.5C.612C3 MAY BE DONATED TO 'A RECIPIENT OF A GRANT OR CONTRACT TO BE
USED FOR PROVIDING NUTRITIONAt SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS
SOP^HIS TITLE." //49 *STAT. 174.// '
VutEI THE COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION MAY DISPOSE OF FOOD COMMODITIES
UNDER SECTION 416. OF THE AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1949 (7 U.S.C. 14313 BY
DONATING THEN TO A RECIPIENT OF A GRANT OR CONTRACT TO BE USED FOR
PROVIDING NUTRITIONAL SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THIS
TiF~t. /166 STAT."458; 86 STAT. 1492./i
h*d~tt) DAIRY PRODUCTS PURCHASED BY THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE UNDER
kifoaNe 70g OF THE ECOD AND AGRICULTURE ACT OF 1965 17 U.S.C. 1446A 11
MAc BE USED TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF PROGRAMS PROVIDING NUTRITIONAL
SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE." //79 STAT.
fl2; B0. STAT. 1538./i
"'SE. 702. SECTICN 705 (A) OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 IS
kisNouE BY HAVING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW PARAGRAPH: //86
STAT 91, 44 U.S.C. 3045D.//
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TNbW~flLfl' (21 THE CONDUCT OP SPECIAL LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR THE ELDERLY;
tR "MbftHA34flfl 'SPECCIAL- LIBRARY. MATERIALS FOR USE BY THE ELDERLY; (4)
3lkfl# if SALARItS FOR ELOARLY" PERSONS WHO WISH TO SOAK IN .IBRARIES
J ASSISTANTS ON PROGRAMS FOR T"fE ELDERLY; 3(S THE PRtWXSION OF IN-HOME
00MiWMS044IBMAIRIAIS ASM OPMER LIBRARY PERSONNEL TO THE ELDERLY; (61 THE
31W6HJISM1'. QF 4OUTREACH PROGRAMS 1TO NOTIFY THE ELDERLY OF LIBRARY
SURWChS AVAILABLE TC THEM; AND (71 THE FURNISHING OF TRANSPORTATION TO
4NSWfIttM 4,OW8KY 40 HTKAVE ACCESS TO LIBRARY SERVICES.
511tE "FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS TITLE, THE FEDERAL SHARE SHALL BE 100 PER
SfUW P iS6 COST of CARRYING OUT THE STATE PL AN.
404b7*tRtflTE.ANNUAL PROGRAM FOR LIBRARY SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY
*SEC* 403. ANY STATE DESIRING TO RECEIVE A GRANT FROM ITS ALLOTMENT
FOGSMWiPUREQtSMSE MNTHIS TITrLE FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR SHALL, IN ADDITION TO
M. INtG SUBMITTED, AND HAVING )+AD APPROVED1 BASIC STATE PLAN UNDER
8Q0UW. 4,rw SURRIV*FOR" THAT FISCAL YEAR AN .ANNUAL PROGRAM FOR LIBRARY
SERMIS FOR OLDER PERSONS. SUCH PROGRAM SHALL BE SUBMITTED AT SUCH TIME,
WIWBH.PORM. ANDjCONTAIEN SUC* INFORMATION AS THE COMMISSIONER MAY REQUIRE
Y REGULATION AND SHALL --
FLOtl *iI1 S0T fFOMT A PROGRAM FOR THE YEAft SUBMITTED UNDER WHICH FUNDS
ir....ID TO THE STATE FROM APPROPRIATIOftS PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH (41 OF
FlSECTtioNL 4 (Al MILL" BE USeDi CONS ISTENT WITH ITS LONGRANGE PROGRAM
fl tflEOfriHE PURPOSES SET FORTH IN SECTION 402.C AND
I ''~itir cW&Ir INCLLO -EAft:IEXTENSION OF THE LONG-RANGE PROGRAM TAKING INTO
I. w CWSIORATIOf* THE RESULTS Of EVALUATWONS.
S%"COORDINATION WITH PROGRAMS FOR OLOER AMERICANS
V r0qSEEO : 40W4- IN CARRYING OUT THE PFROGlRAM AUTHOR I ZE D BY THIS. TITLE, THE
I M.SSIONSR SHALL CONSULT WITH THIE COMMISSIONER Of THE ADMINISTRATION ON
| ANS ANDr "THE ~ORMEGUTOROF ACTION :FOR THE PURPOSE OF COORDINATING WHERE
ftI UW5S BLEtfiw lt P*tOOAANS ASSMTED UNDER. THIS TITLE WITH THE PROGRAMS
ASUiSTED UNDER THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965."
I12 IBtPSECTION-4 CAI OF THE LIBRARY SERVICES AND CONSTRUCTION ACT IS
.2 ANmNEtjL m #A01G AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW PARAGRAPH:
^*rfj FOR tfli "PURPOSE OF MAKING GRANTS TO STATES TO ENABLE THEM TO
III% n IflfkRl)j AUZ PVMBLIC LIBRARY% SERVICE PROGRAMS FOR OLDER PERSONS
T.lllli ,*,| pUTHORaIflqY TITLE IV`* THERE AR2'AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED SUCH
"SUMS AS MAY"' UBtNECESSARY FOR IHE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1973,
l -THE FISCAL YFAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1374, THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE
lll A M=a97MTS-AND: "THE FISCAL WEAR ENDING. JUNE 30, 1976." //B4 STAT.
4 pi j ". l6*ka 2QI LfS.Sw 351B4/ .". -
|1 M'S8 frb'SMtTION 5 (Al 111 OF SUCH. ACT IS AMENDED BY STRIKING. OUT NOR
| # f9t AMBiNSERTIMG IN LIEU!ITHEREBF 0<31, OR (41". o /20 U.S.C. 351C./I
|illll yj4hCTILON (A 2 (2hOF SUCH ACT IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT OR (330 AND
RIfKUG IN. LIEU THEREOF* "(33. 01 (4)S"m
| 133 SECTION 5 (A) OF SUCH ACT IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT THE WORD "AND"
AT.PIHEESDOO SUCM PARAGRAPH (Bl THEREOF, BY STRIKING OUT THE PERIOD AT
I TI'a5NP Op1 SUBPARAGRAPH (C) AND" INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF A SEMICOLON AND
| Wl W OR N AND.t AND BY..INSERTING AFTER SUBPARAGRAPH (Ci THEREOF THE
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"40f WITH RESPECT TO APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PURPOSES OF lEftUfl
V40.000 FOR EACH STATE, EXCEPT THAT IT SMALL Be $tIla0.UW IN =me'CtAS I
OF GUAM, AMERICAN SAMOA# --THE VIRGIN I&LANDS. ANO TE TRUST TowBsfr
OF THE -PACIFIC ISLANDS.0 //ANTE, P. 95.// .4CZ'?a fl
(44 THE LAST SENTENCE OF SECTION 5 lAD 135 OF SUCH ACP tS ISUOSSYMMOI
STRIKING OUT NOR (31U AND INSERTING :IN LIEU THEREOF @031V OR Nipn: fl*
STAT. 1662., 20 U.S.C. 351C.// 1.
"TS SECTION 5 (B5 OF SUCH ACT IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT "MOR 011afwl
INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF "433, OR M4)O ".
(C) SECTION 6 (AS OF SUCH ACT IS AMENDED BY STRIKINGOUT NANO' IUAlN-W'
INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF III AND IV". /184 STAT.hA 6f3.t 30 t..Ci
3510., 20 U.S.C. 351E.//
ID0) (L1 SECTION 7 AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF "131, OR 144". .t:, : :y..
12) SECTION 7 (8) (11 OF SUCH ACT IS AMENDED BY IP$SEATING NANODTW
IV" AFTER "TITLE III". :lds *r
(EM THE AMENDMENTS MADE BY SUBSECTIONS LA), (B13 AND. CI OT TOWS
SECTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE AFTER JUNE 30, 1973. 4'i$, 3|fr 15
AMENDMENT TO NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LIBRARIES
AND INFORMATION SCIE=LE ACT l'
SEC. 802. [AD SECTION 5 (AD (21 OF THE NATIONAL COWNISSIUAN
LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SCIENCE ACT IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OU'P -APIS m
AFTER "AREAS" AND INSERTING A COMMA IN LIEU THEREOF, AND Of INSERTING
AFTER "DEPRIVED PERSONS," THE FOLLOWING: "AND OF ELDERLY PERSONS,". //84
STAT. 441*. 20 U.S.C. 1504./I
(B) THE SECOND SENTENCE OF SECTION 6 IA) 420 U.S.C. .1505 IAfl OF4SUGH
ACT IS AMENDED BY INSERTING BEFORE THE PERIOD AT THE END THEREOPWA1ME
FOLLOWING: W, ANC AT LEAST ONE OTHER OF WHON SHALL BE KNOWLEDGEABLE IWIS
RESPECT TO THE LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICE AND -CL FROM: NE6S 0^Wp **
ELDERLY".
AMENDMENT TO HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965
SEC. 803. TITLE I OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965 1S AMNUS'' W
REDISIGNATING SECTIONS 110, 111, AND 112 LAND CROSS REFERENCES THERETO) AS
111, 112, AND 113, RESPECTIVELY, AND BY INSERTING AFTER SECTIOWNt* THE
FOLLOWING NEW SECTION: /186 STATE. 236., 20 U.S.C. LIVW -t leit
"SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS RELATING TO't
PROBLEMS OF THE ELDERLY . f I
"SEC. 110. CA) THE COMMISSIONER IS AUTHORIZED TOQ MAKE GRANTS TO
INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION (AND COMBINATIONS THEREOF) TO ASSIST S&CK
INSTITUTIONS IN PLANNING, DEVELOPING, AND CARRYING OUT, CONSISTENT %**N
THE PRUPOSE OF THIS TITLE, PROGRAMS SPECIFICALLY.. DESIGNED 'tO APPLY YVTW
RESOURCES OF HIGHER EDUCATION TD THE PROBLEMS OF THE ELDERLY, PARTICULAbLY
WITH REGARD TO TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING PROBLEMS OF ELDERLY PERISiSN
LIVING IN RURAL AND ISOLATED AREAS.
"(B) FOR PURPOSES OF MAKING GRANTS UNDER THIS SECTIONrTHE-REdA
AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED SUCH SUMS AS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE FIPKCAM
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1973, ANO EACH SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEAR ENDING PAthS T0
JULY 1, 1577. &'





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S'T.P(:INi CARING OUT THE PROGRAM AUTHORIZED BY THIS SECTION, THE
COMMISSIONER SHALL CONSULT WITH THE COMMISSIONER OF THE ADMINISTRATION ON
AGING FOR THM kitRPCSe OF COORDINATING, WHERE PRACTICABLE, THE PROGRAMS
bmSSsSPU: lIRd fTHIS SECTION WITH THE PROGRAMS ASSISTED UNDER THE OLDER
imSSOAS *CriW 1965.-' /ANTE. P. 30.A/
TWY~J~' I h- -1..4APN0DMBNT TO ADULT EDUCATION ACT
h:SEG a4 68. AN T44!ADULT EDUCATION ACT 120 U.S.C. 1201 ET SEQ.l IS
ANfhNWYSY UOESIGNATINGSECTIONS 310v 311, AND 312 (AND CROSS REFERENCES
IHESTOI AS SECTIONS 311,; 312, AND 313, RESPECTIVELY, AND BY INSERTING
A1I3R6A T 10W 309 THE FOLLOWING NEW SECTION: f/84 STAT. 163., 20 U.S.C.
1209 1211.//
YI4'..t.'4i. 71 8 "SPECIAL PROJECTS FOR THE EDLERLY
A WESJSI^O. (A) THE COMMISSIONER IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE GRANTS TO STATE
AIWb'Thl.SAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES OR OTHER PUBLIC OR PRIVATE NONPROFIT
NSiWSSM FOX PROGRAMS TO FURTHER ME PURPOSE OF THIS ACT BY PROVIDING
MUCAW*WHAL PROGRAMS FOR ELDERLY uPURSONS WHOSE ABILITY TO SPEAK AND READ
TW76 ENGLIS: LANGUAGE, IS LIMITED AND WHO LIVE IN AN AREA WITH A CULTURE
SIFFIRKNT THAN THEIR 1OWN. SUCH PROGRAMS SHALL BE DESIGNED TO EQUIP SUCH
3E3RLY PEtSONaS O DEAL SUCCESSFULLY WITH THE PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN THEIR
WNERYOAY LIFE,'- INCLUDING THE MAKING OF PURCHASES, MEETING THEIR
TSSNSPORTATIGN ANO HOUSING NEEDS, AND COMPLYING WITH GOVERNMENTAL
RUGUIR'EMEPlTS SOCH AS THOSE FOR OBTAINING 'CITIZENSHIP, PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
AS48OCIAU SECURITY BENEFITS, AND HOUSING*
NIS) FOR THE PURPOSE Of MAKING GRANTS UNDER THIS SECTION THERE ARE
AMDYORLZEO TO BE APPROPRIATED .S8CH SUMS AS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE FISCAL
tEASINSING 'JUNE 30. 1973. AND EACH SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEAR ENDING PRIOR TO

'ICt I1 CARRYING OUT THE PROGRAM AUTHORIZED BY THIS SECTION, THE
COMISQRIOEftSM39A1t CONSULT WITH THE COMMISSIONER OF THE ADMINISTRATION ON
MNVaiG FSO THE PURPOSE OF COORDINATING, WHERE PRACTICABLE, THE PROGRAMS
ASSISTED UNDER THIS SECTION WITH THE PROGRAMS ASSISTED UNDER THE OLDER
AMERLCWP#SACT OF 19665.'
r '? WS'TINGSEFORE THE PERWOO AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING: ANOTHER
UTUW.SECTIWN 3101). //ANTE, P. 30./t
.r flDITIClWAL AUTHORIZATION FOR SENIOR OPPORTUNITIES AND SERVICES
sA EC. a. IN2ADDTIONA TO THE AMOUNTS AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED
AN"SAUJUCATEO PURSUANT TO THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENTS OF 1972,
TfteRE IS FURTHER AUTHORIZED TO BE APPROPRIATED SUCH SUMS AS MAY BE
IteSIAPV POW THE 'FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE' 30, 1973 AND THE SUCCEEDING
FISCAL YEAR, TO SE USED FOR THE SENIOR OPPORTUNITIES AND SERVICES PROGRAM
09SMSEO'IN SECTJIDN 222 IAN OF THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ACT OF 1964.
V'I STAT. 688., 42 L.S.C. 2701 NOTE.//
* . TITLE IX COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT FOR
- G OLDER AMERICAN! //81 STAT. 698; 82 STAT. 1019.
42 -t
"feSb-q 2809.//


SHORT TITLE


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SEC. 901,. THIS TITLE NAY :E UP)ED AS ME OLDER AMRICAMtSUITV
SERVICE EMPLOYMENT 1CTo. 4# 7P1441.0.5
OLDER AMERICAN CONUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYWVNT PRGRAM ;@s
SEC 902 CA IN ORDER TO M SMTER AND PRONOWT USEFUL PATW-TiW ow4
OPPORTUNITIES IN COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES FOR NUMOMPLOSED tOSX'S
PERSONS WHO ARE FIFTY-FIVE YEARS OLD0 S OLDER AND I4O*HAVE POOR EMPLOYhE1T
PROSPECTS, THE SECRETARY OF LABOR -WEREINAFTUR -EFVRRED 4UI ASJ*TSC
SECRETARYY) IS AUTHORIZED TO ESTABLISH AN OLOER" ANFRIOSAN MSWI
SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM NEREWUAFTER REFERRED TO AS TW w1MR UOT
18B IN ORDER TO CARRY OUT TIE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE. THE1 SW111106
IS AUTHORIZED -- .., r
411 TO ENTER [ITU AGREEMENTS WITH PUBLIC OR PRIVATE NCNPROFIT
AGENCIES OR ORGANIZATIONS, AGENCIES OF A STATE GOVERNESS A
POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF A, STATE HAVING ELECTED:OR WILY 1AM SM
GOVERNING OFFICIALS), OR A COMBINATION OF SUCH PflWf
SUBDIVISIONS, OR INDIAN TBRIIES ON FEDERAL St STATE UUSE SYSS
ORDER TO FURTHER THE PURPOSES AND GOALS OF THE PROGRAME1.i Sflw
AGREEMENTS NAY INCLUDE PROVISIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF UPCOSTS4
PROVIDE IN SUBSECTION 1CE. OR PROJECTS DEVELOPED BY 4I
ORGANIZATIONS AND. AGENCIES IN COOPERATION WITH THE SECRESTAY "6 t
OROER TO MAKE THE PROGRAM EFFECTIVE OR TO SUPPLE T C 'iZr B
PAYMENTS SHALL BE MADE BY THE SECRETARY TOWARD. TNE COST eF IAMW w.
PROJECT ESTABLISHED OR ADRINISTERED SW AW SUCN iWIZTISMflW
AGENCY UNLESS HE DETERMINES THAT SUCH PRIhECT a
(A) HILL PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT ONLY FOR ELIGIBLE 111WNDIVIOURLSE BCP
FOR NECESSARY TECHNICAL* ADMINISTRATIVE. AMD SUPERVISORY uauinw
BUT SUCH PERSONNEL SHALL, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PFSSOUWM104
RECRUITED FROM AMONG ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS; 'H:1 itm
151 WILL PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT FOR EL1615BLE2 OItIOUCSM KW iS
COMMUNITY IN WHICH SUCH INDIVIDUALS. RESIDE, ORf-::' N1 Mo
COMMUNITIES; tIj 1*T'.'UA
LCD WILL EMPLOY ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS IN SERVICES N hM'ASo
PUBLICLY OWNED AND OPERATED FACILITIES AMD PROJECTS WIR4JECTS
SPONSORED BY ORGANIZATIONS EXEMPT FROM TAXATION UNDE THE PROWMSIM
OF SECTION 501 (C 1(31 OF THE INTERNAL REVERE CODE UP 1959" isSTNR
THAN POLITICAL PARTIES), EXCEPT PROJECTS INVOLVING THE lOoSngR1103,
OPERATION, OR MAINTENANCE OF ANY FACILITY. USED OR TO BE USED 0S A
PLACE FOR SECTARIAN RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION CR WONISIP; OMNI4TSM
163.* 26 U.S.C. 501.11 W r'
ID) HILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENERAL WELFARE OF THE CWURP'
(ED WILL PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT FOR ELIGIBLE INWIVIMIALS WISEW
OPPORTUNITIES FOR OTHER SUITABLE PUBLIC OR PRI VATE PAID WWW!
ARE POOR; t .C4A V.*:r%
IF) WILL RESULT IN AN INCREASE IN EMPLGVRENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS, AND WILL NOT RESULT IN THE DISPLACSMENT OF
EMPLOYED WORKERS OR IMPAIR EXISTING CONTRACTS; CN
(G) WILL UTILIZE METHODS OF RECRUITMENT -AND SELECTION LINCLIODIAS.
BUT NOT LIMITED TO. LISTING OP JOB VACANCIES WITH THE EMPLOYMENT





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rj,9AoGpMCY, SPIRATRED AV ANY STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISION THEREOF) WHICH
9CU! LW AStURE THAT THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS WILL
LWuW4VE AN ,OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROJECT:
p T LL N1CLUCE "'SUCH TRAINING AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO MAKE THE
FT E I~hKCW.E OF THE SKILLS AND TALENTS OF THOSE INDIVIDUALS
V.niMi O 1ARE PARTICIPATING, AND WILL PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE
%UV ASONAELE EXPENSES OP INDIVIDUALS BEING TRAINED. INCLUDING
rytE*AS4tAE^ SUESISTANCE ALLOWANCE;
NB~-, :UJ WIL4L ASSURE THAtT SAFE AND HEALTHY CONDITIONS OF WORK MILL BE
0,,D AND MILL ASSURE THAT_ PERSONS EMPLOYED IN PUBLIC SERVICE
f UNDER THIS TITLE SHALL BE PAID WAGES WHICH SHALL NOT
4"M R4THAN WHICHEVER IS THE HIGHEST OF 411 THE MINIMUM SAGE WHICH
ky U OE APPLICABLE Ta TME EMPLOYEE UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS
1O38F IF SECTION 6 (A) (I1 OF SUCH ACT APPLIED TO THE
I PANT AND IF NE 19ERE NOT' EXEMPT UNDER SECTION 13 THEREOF, (II
ATE OR LOCAL MINIMUM WMAGE FOR THE MOST NEARLY COMPARABLE
JOmEMPLOYMENT.i OR J.Ill) THE PREVAILING RATES OF PAY FOR PERSONS
so I14 SIMILAR PUBLJZ OCCUPATIONS BY THE SAME EMPLOYER; //52
1060i*.. 2 U29 .5.201., 80 STAT. 8386. 29 STAT. 206., 29 STATa
SLSE O M
.A4ILL BE ESTABLtRED OR ADMINISTER WITH THE ADVICE OF
PERSONS COMPETENT IN THE FIELD OF SERVICE IN WHICH EMPLOYMENT IS
N& PROVIDED. AND OF PERSONS WHO ARE KNOWLEDGEABLE WITH REGARD TO
N NES doF OLDER PERSONS;
:.' **MI AUTHORIZE PVAY FOR NECESSARYY TRANSPORTATION COSTS OF
1tW WXDALS W4ICH MAY- BE INCURRED IN EMPLOYMENT IN ANY
a t TFUNDES UNDER irTHk S TITLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH REGULATIONS
*'. WOMULGATED BY THE SECRETARY; AND
tj ,- IL) WILL ASSURE THAT TO THE EXTENT FEASIBLE SUCH PROJECTS WILL
THE4 NEEDS OF MINORITY, INDIAN@ AND LIMITED ENGLISH-SPEAKING
w.^ ^ E-IlNIVIDOUALS N4 PROPORTION TO THEIR NUMBERS IN THE STATE;
1 2)!.P 4.Q-A j, ISSUE, AND AMEND SUCH REGULATIONS AS MAY BE
3S#Ai TOWk#FECTtVELY CARPY OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE.
STT THE' SECRETARY IS AUTHdRIZFO TO PAY NOT TO EXCEED 90 PER CENTUM
OF",H COST OFKANY PROJECT WHICH IS THE SUBJECT OF AN AGREEMENT ENTERED
R SUBSCTIIY$ (6), EXCEPT THAT THE SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED TO PAY
1$!~ CQST- pF ANY SH. PROJECT WHICH IS (AD AN. EMERGENCY OR DISASTER
1%I) A PROJECT LOCATED IN AN ECONOMICALLY DEPRESSED ARUA AS
BN. CONSULATATION WITH THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE AND THE
OR OF, THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY.
A jK EDER A L SHARE SHALL BE IN CASH OR IN KIND. IN DETERMINING
OF THE NON-FEDERAL SHARE. THE SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED TO
W#KI*PTU.nlIR MARKET VALUE TO SERVICES AND FACILITIES CONTRIBUTED FROM
iBP9 --AL.:*otpES. -s
j ADMINISTRATION
4$F4T tUCR(A)YIN ORDERk TO EFFECTIVELY CARRY OUT THE PURPOSES OF THIS
ts H E IS A.THORIJED TO CONSULT WITH AGENCIES OF STATES AND
LTTICAL SUBuDIVIStOS WITH REGARD TO -





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(11 THI LOCALITIES IN WHICH COMMUNITY SERVICE PlrJCfnNW`tlE
TYPE AUTHORIZED BY THIS TITLE ARE MOST NEEDED;
123 CONSIDERATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION ANijd TtIW TPES pf
SKILLS POSSESSED BY AVAILABLE LOCAL INDIVIDUALr W1H0 ARE FlIBIBfLE eT
PARTICIPATE; AND
(31 POTENTIAL PROJECTS AND THE NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF AUSIR0;E
INDIVIDUALS IN THE LOCAL POPULATION.-
(8) (1 THE SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO REQUIRE'AOENCtWS
AND ORGANIZATIONS ADMINISTERING COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS twi OTHER
ACTIVITIES ASSISTED UNDER THIS TITLE TO COORDINATE THEIR PRQJEtTS AlEC
ACTIVITIES WITH AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS CONDUCTING RELATEDQ ANPOWER AND
UNEMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS RECEIVING ASSISTANCE UNDER THIS ACT ANf F6O, OTH
AUTHORITIES SUCH AS THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ACT OF 1964, THE jAWPOjPR
DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING ACT OF 1962, AND THe EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT ACtpOF
1971. //78 STAT. 50B., 76 STAT. 23., 42 U.S.C. 2701 NOTE, 2571 NJW,, W
STAT. 146., 42 U.S.C. 4871 NOTE.// I0 CARRYING OUT THE PROVISIONS'OF THIS
PARAGRAPH, THE SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE NECESSARY ARRA*EtIITS
INCLUDE PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES ASSISTED UNDER THIS TITLE WITHINiAtOMMON
AGREEMENT AND A COMMON APPLICATION WITH PROJECTS' ASSISTED UNDER IMIS S
AND OTHER PROVISIONS OF LAW SUCH AS THE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ACT' 196%
THE MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING 'ACT OF 1962, THEIME.. GENOY
EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 1971. E
(2) THE SECRETARY IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE WHATEVER ARRANGEMENTS 'H1TrARt
NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT THE PROGRAMS ASSISTED UNDER THIS TITLE AS PART QF
ANY GENERAL MANPOWER LEGISLATION HEREAFTER ENACTED, EXCEPT AS HT. .7 ANY
GENERAL MANPOWER LEGISLATION HEREAFTER ENACTED, EXCEPT THAT APPROPRtI TIS
FOR PROGRAMS ASSISTED UNDER THIS TITLE MAY NOT SE EXPENDED Fl1 PRObRAWS
ASSISTED UNDER THAT TITLE.
TC) IN CARRYING OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE, THE SECRETARY I
AUTHORIZED TO USE, WITH THEIR CONSENT, THE SERVICES, EQUIPMENT. PElt SOfNL,
AND FACILITIES OF FEDERAL AND OTHER AGENCIES WITHli Oilt liTHOUT
REIMBURSEMENT, AND ON A SIMILAR BASIS TO COOPERATE WITHf OTHER PUBLiC A
PRIVATE AGENCIES, ANC INSTRUMENTALITIES IN THE USE OF SERVICES, .t .Ph.W.,
AND FACILITIES.
(03 THE SECRETARY SHALL ESTABLISH CRITERIA DESIGNED TO AISUAREf rtOttst
PARTICIPATION IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF COMMUNITY SERVICk PROJECT' V
AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS ELIGIBLE FORP PAYMENT UNDER SECTION 90@2. .
(El PAYMENTS UNDER THIS TITLE MAY BE MADE IN ADVANCt OR 57MJ7
REIMBURSEMENT AND IN SUCH INSTALLMENTS AS THE SECRETARY MAY DE
(F) THE SECRETARY SHALL NOT DELEGATE HIS FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES.
THIS TITLE TO ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY OF GER Pp
PARTICIPANTS NOT FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ,"]'''
SEC. 904. IA) ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE EMPLOYED IN ANY PKOAi
FUNDED UNDER THIS TITLE SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED TO BE FEDERAL EMtLbVfSI*
A RESULT OF SUCH EMPLOYMENT AND SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO THE PRQVISIONkJBF
PART III OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE. f/18 STAT.- 407. 5 U.S.C.? flt4/./
(B1 Nb CONTRACT SHALL BE ENTERED INTO UNDER THIS TITLE' W'ITH
CONTRACTOR WHO IS, OR WHOSE EMPLOYEES ARE, UNDER STATE LAW, EXEMPTEb PRBM





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Ty fA| QT140 ..STATE WORMeNEN'S. COMPENSATION LAW. GENERALLY APPLICABLE TO
gu UNLESS THE CONTRACTOR SHALL UNDERTAKE TO PROVIDE EITHER THROUGH
b e flfr~k REOGIL. CARRIERA B M1tOR BY SELF INSURANCE, AS ALLOWED BY
XUtvF a IKE PERSONS b NPLOYED UNDER THE CONTRACT, SHALL ENJOY
mhtJEN*. CONPEbSAT1Q4COVERAGF EQUAL TO THAT PROVIDED BY LAW FOR COVERED
*Pi4^"Te. VHE %ECRETAFT MUST ESTABLISH STANDARDS FOR SEVERANCE
qPiFJTSW IN LIEU OF UNECPLQMeNT- INSURANCE COVERAGE* FOR ELIGIBLE
If~lIfDhJLkmMHD ,AVE PARTISIPATEDIN QUALIFYING PROGRAMS AND WHO HAVE


I.CONE


! UNEMHPLOYED.
INTERAGEMOTY COOPERATION
*I,0*. THE SECRETARY SHALL CONSULT AND COOPERATE WITH THE OFFICE OF
15".CfORTINMITY. THE ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, THE DEPARTMENT OF
h EmfrcATION.. ANM WELFARE, AND AMY OTHER RELhTED FEDERAL AGENCY
:PRING2ELATWD PROGRAMS WITH VIEW TO ACHIEVING OPTIMAL
lt-N WIT: SUCH OTHER PMGRAMS AND SHALL PROMOTE THE COORDINATION
LIIJUS UNDER TIdS JLTLE WITH OTHER PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROGRAMS OR
01191f,4. SIMILAR NATURE. :SUCH FEDERAL AGENCIES SHALL COOPERATE WITH
tCRLJARY1 Id BIS5EMINATIMG INFORMATION ABIUT THE AVAILABILITY OF
*AM U$DER'TMHIS TITLE AND-IN PROMOTING THE IDENTIFICATION AND
sT OP INDIVIDUALS ELIGIBLE FOR.fEMPLOYNENdWIN PROJECTS FUNDED UNDER


r jEQ|TABLE BISTRIBUTIOI"OF ASSISTANCE
M~nMi. a&AdIN ORfM T1E SUFS APPROPRIATED FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR UNDER
$ I .aIH i HALL St IITIAL.T LYALLOTTED FOR PROJECTS WITHIN EACH
.0EARS.THCsSbME RATIO TO SUCH SUM AS'THE POPULATION,
law pw tz W' 9. 1f GVRltd UGX. SMIE -TE- BEARS TO THE POPULATION AGED
FIPTY-flVE DOR OVEN IN ALLfSTAMES .EXCEPTiTHAT (A) NO STAID 'SSALL BE
ALLOTT6 LESS THAVN CNE-NALF OP I PER CENTUM OF THE SUM APPROPRIATED FOR
T. YTHEA fet4MCMJTME DETERMINATION IS MADe; AND (S) GUAM,
.4Af|A, THEWhE ISLANDS,. AND THE TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
IiLA. SilLt EACH .E ALLOTTEDD AN AMOUNT- EQUAL TO ONE-FOURTH OF 1 PER
OFTHE SUM APPROPRIATED FOR THE FISCAL YEAR FOR WHICH THE
*tiRR1bfONIS MACE. FOR THE PROPOSE OF THIS EXCEPTION CONTAINED IN
TOIn PA.AAAPH, THE TERM STATEW DOES NOT INCLUDE GUAM, AMERICAN SAMOA,
TIR, 4iFR4 ISLANDS, AMP T4E.TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS. //87
STAT. t3 87 STAT. 64/4
i NUPrER. Of PERSONS AGED FIFTY-FIVE OP OVER IN ANY STATE AND FOR
.... 541. SMALL BE DETERMINED BY T1E SECRETARY ON THE BASIS OF THE MOST
SRY.PATA AVAILABLE TO HIM.
# 9AMOUK7T ALLOTTED FOR PROJECTS WITHIN ANY STATE UNDER SUBSECTION
A t ANY FISCAL YEAR WHICH THE. SECRETARY DETERMINES WILL NOT BE
REWRE F NOR THAT YEAR SHALL BE REALLOTTED, FROM TIME TO TIME AND ON SUCH
DATES DURING SUCH YVAR AS THE SjCRETARY MAY FIX, TO PROJECTS WITHIN OTHER
STATES!4N PROPOPTION TO THE ORIGINAL ALLOTMENTS TO PROJECTS WITHIN SUCH
STATES UNOERJ SUBSECTION (A) FOR THAT TEAR, BUT WITH SUCH PROPORTIONATE
AMOUNT FOR ANY OF SUCH OTHER STATES BEING REDUCED TO THE EXTENT IT EXCEEDS
THE SUN:THE SECRETARY ESTIMATES THAT PROJECTS WITHIN SUCH STATE NEED AND
WILL BE ABKE TO USE FOR SUCH YEAR; AND THE TOTAL OF SUCH REDUCTIONS SHALL






























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U%1J~iiI t**' ITEH 12**
::~ ~~~19 ''"*Jr iVts .17 .
"N My HEATH CARE EXPANSION ACT OP 1973.
93RD CONGRESS, s. 59
J- AUGUST ?, 1973
A AD AilV#r. CT
'TITLE Ot OF 41E UNITED STATES CODE TO PROVIDE
JA.)IlNPIpJEI!PMr.OPANDED M!DtAL AND NUflING HONE CARE TO VETERANS; TO
A '4F*Oest H PITAL AND MEDICAL CARE TO CERTAIN DEPENDENTS AND
'D 'tW^WtiWPR v~tE~ANtSt TO PROVIDE FUR IMPROVED STRUCTURAL SAFETY OF
W VEWRIW, ADMIS'TITN FACILITIES; 4. IMPROVE RECRUITMENT AND
tttutriO biF kfAE PERSONNEL tN THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND
SURGERY; *ND FOR, OTHER PURPOSES.
A" 1 1 Y TI SENATE AND ,IIOISE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED
S" A"' IN CONGRESS ASSEMBLED. TtIAT 7HIt ACT MAY BE CITED AS THE
.Aj.TJ4 CAfl JXPANt-JON ACT Q1F 1973-H
.'1a? i$JSflThL.' DCO4ICILLIARY, AND MEDICAL CARE BENEFITS
ASIIP$RWGRAPH (CC OF SECTION 601141 OF TITLE 38, UNITED
MtlbED TO READ AS FOLLOWS: //72 STAT. 1141; 52 STAT.
1202.//
At ILITIES FOR' KmtCH THtEADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS IN
1>213 4tjO4A T HOSP7TALk CARE, PMWEPICAL SERVICES FOR PERSONS
38 nf i FTICf'itR lC!-CpWJCTW DISt $ iItS OR FROM DISABILITIES
A 10ilt~W-S W K AtSW -ER Al|ARr;D .0 f RLfASED. FROM THE ACTIVE
3I1V (flt~Y,1 'PIAVALfOR 'OAIR ERivCr; (h1I H0SP3TAL CARE FOR WOMEN
UyUb RAMS; 0 CARE FOR VETERANS IN A STATE,
-LC W E YITHi p O SSftSION OF flTHE UNITED STATES NOT
ft. ;MTQ FORT EIGHT CdNTftUOULS STATES, EXCEPT THAT THE
t ^ANN 'Ct Ta E ESE At RAGE HOSPITAL PATIENT LOAD PER THOUSAND
VETERAN POPULATION HOSPITALIZED AT VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE
-"WIt&W GO'hRIrENT AND PRIVATE FACILITIES IN EACH SUCH NON-CONTIGUOUS
STATE MAY NOT EXCEDP THE AVERAGE PATIENT LCAD PEf THOUSAND VETERAN
'1 0PoPLATJf HOSPITAIIZCO BY THE VETtRANS' ADMINISTRATION WITHIN THE
ZLMTY-4 I*HT CONTIGUOUS STATES; SBUT. AUTHORITY UNDER THIS CLAUSE
t::pinA: 1, M LL EXPIRE ON KECCNBER 31. 1978.
STMtl:.n19i 6OitSI QF'SBH TITLt i$' AMEftDEO TO RE*0 .AS FOLtOWSz /112
STi 4141 9 usc 60./ ft a' I :*'
'Ht HOSlTAECARE' INLUeiS:4
^X 1t ME CICAL SERVICESS IRENDERED IN. THE, COURSE OF THE
1ALOO ANYv VfTEIAN, AND (III TRANSPORTATION AND
IIIIN106eNTAL EX0ENS FOR ANY vetERAN wHO It IN NEED OF TREATMENT FOR
;A SE.50CEdCONNCTEB DISABILITi OR tS UNABLE TO DEFRAY THE EXPENSE dF
STRAMSPRTATION;
4(B1 SUCH MENTAL HEALTH SEARVCES, CONSULTATION, PROFESSIONAL
COONSELIIG, AND TRAINING (INCLUDING (IM NECESSARY EXPENSES FOR
IANSPORTAtION IF UNABLE TO DEFRAY SUCH EXPENSES; /187 STAT. 180//
I -""OR (llt NECESSARY EXPENSES OF TRANSPORTATION AND SUBSISTENCE IN THE


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1234 1


CASE OF A VETERAN WHO IS RECEIVING CARE FOP A SERVICE-CONNfCTaD
DISABILITY, OR IN THE CASE OF A DEPENDENT OR SURVIVOR OF A V4 R
RECEIVING CARE UNDER THE LAST SENTENCE OF SECTION 613(51 OF Yj.S
TITLE1 //POST, P. 181.// UNDER THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTIN
SFCTION 111 OF THIS TITLE) //72 STAT. 1113; 80 STAT. 206. 38 USC
111.// OF THE MEMBERS OF THE IMMEDIATE FAMILY (INCLUDING LEGAL
GUARDIANS) OF A VETERAN OR SUCH A DEPENDENT OR SURVIVOt OF A
VETERAN, OR, IN THE CASE OF A VETERAN OR SUCH DEPENDENT OR SURVIWR
OF A VETERAN WHO HAS NO IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS (OR LEGAL
GUARDIAN), THE PERSON IN WHOSE HOUSEHOLD SUCH VETERAN, OR SUjCH A
DEPENDENT OR SURVIVOR CERTIFIES HI.S INTENTION TO LIVE* AS MAY BE
NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE TO THE EFFECTIVE TREATMENT AND
REHABILITATION OF A VETERAN OR SUCH A DEPENDENT OR A SURVIVOR O0 A
VETERAN; AND
"(Cl(1 MEDICAL SERVICES RENDERED IN THE COURSE flF THE
HOSPITALIZATION OF A DEPENDENT OR SURVIVOR OF A VETERMI. aEGtEiwlfi
CARE UNDER THE LAST SENTENCE OF SECTION 613(B) OF THIS TItLrw,,
//INFRt.// AND (II) TRANSPORTATION AND INCIDENTAL EXPENSES .FOR SUCK
DEPENDENT OR SURVIVOR OF A VETERAN WHO IS IN NEID. OF TREATMENT PFO
ANY INJURY, DISEASE, OR DISABILITY. AND IS UNABLE TO D&FNAY TIEV
EXPENSE OF TRANSPORTATION.".
(C) SECTION 601(6) OF SUCH TITLE I$ AMENDEDIBY INSERTING IMMEDIATELY
AFTER "TREATMENT," THE FOLLOWING; /172 STAT. 1141 ,74. STAT. 472. 38 USC
601.// SUCH HOME HEALTH SERVICES AS THE ADMINISTRATOR.DETER#INESp O E
NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR THE EFFECTIVE AND ECONOMICAL TTRUANE$T OF A
DISABILITY OF A VETERAN: OR A DEPENDENT OR SURVIVOR OF A VETERAN RECEIVING
CARE UNDER THE LAST SENTENCE OF SECTION 61318) OF THIS7 TITLE".
SEC. 102. SECTION 610 OF TITLE 3.8OUNITED STATES CODE, IS'AMENDDSVBY-
(11 BY INSERTING IN SUBSECTION (A) NOR ;NURSING HOME 4.ARE'
IMMEDIATELY AFTER "HOSPITAL. CARE" WHERE IT FIRST APPEARS. /116
STAT. 361; 80 STAT. 27, 1377.//
12) STRIKING OUT CLAUSE (11(81 OF SUBSECTION (AD AND INSERTING IN
LIEU THEREOF THE FOLLOWING:
"(B) ANY VETERAN FOR A NON-SERVICE-CONNECTED OISABILITYJIF.NE IS
UNABLE TO DEFRAY THE EXPENSES OF NECESSARY HOSPITAL rCAREsE"
(3) AMENDING SUBSECTION 10 TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
"(C) WHILE ANY VETERAN IS RECEIVING HOSPITAL CARE OR NURSING HONE CARE
IN ANY VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION FACILITY, THE ADMINISTRATOR NAY, WITHINR'
THE LIMITS OF VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION FACILITIES FURNI$H MEDIAL
SERVICES TO CORRECT OR TREAT ANY NON-SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY-OF SUCH
VETERAN, IN ADDITION TO TREATMENT INCIDENT TO THE DISABILITY FOR WHICH HE
IS HOSPITALIZED, IF THE VETERAN IS WILLING, AND THE ADMINISTRATOR"FINDS
SUCH SERVICES TO BE REASONABLY NECESSARY.- TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF SUCH
VETERAN."; AND
(41 ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBSECTION:
"ID) IN NO CASF MAY NURSING HOME CARE BE FURNISHED IN A HOSPITAL NOT
UNDER THE DIRECT AND EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE ADMINISTRATOR EXCEPT AS
PROVIDED IN SECTION 620 OF THIS TITLE." //POST, P. 152./I






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1 SM ;SUBSLCTIR 53 lIP SECTION 612 OF TITLE 36. UNITED STATES
wm1"I TO READ AS PCLLCOMSU
wE A tuI SYPATS MAY ALSO FURNISH MEDICAL SERVICES FOP MY
; :fl E AE OWTPATIET OR AMBULATORY BASIS-- /14 STAT. 472 183
*. AT STAT. 180 37 STAT. 13111
t-Itr O AfY VETERAN ELI GIBLE PFR HOSPITAL CARE UNDER SECTION 610
'ThI 'TITLE A1* WHERE SUCH SERVICES ARE REASONABLY NECESSARY IN
MJ'.ATION FOR, OR TO OBVIATE THE NEED `OF, HOSPITAL ADMISSION1 OR
V WOWdmr SCW: A VEYERAN JOS SEEK GRANTED HOSPITAL CARE AND SUCH
AL SERfVICES ARE REASONABLY NECESSARY TO COMPLETE TREATMENT
i NT ITO, SCI HOSPITAL. CARtE; AND
*l T ANY VETERAN WIO ItS SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY RATED
Pf CCENTUU .R MORE..
tttE OUT SECTIONS 613 AND 614 IN THEIR ENTIRETY AND INSERT IN
RiF: /172 STAT. )143. 31 USC 613. *c14.//
1% MEICA#L CARE FOR SURVIVORS AND DEPENDENTS OF CERTAIN
'itf AfqIITSTRATt IS AUTIPRIZfD TO PROVIDE MEDICAL CARE, IN
pE WITH T#% PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTION 153 OF THIS SECTION, FOR-
-#ll TXIE WTFE OF A CHILD OF A VETERAN WHO HAS A TOTAL DISABILITY,
R-NPEMT: IN NATURE* RESULTING FROMP A SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY,
ia re THE .1bbD OR CHILD OF A VETERAN WHO DIED AS A RESULT OF A
Ri&WEttOmbECTEQ OISASILITY WHO ARE NOT OTHERWISE ELIGIBLE FOR
ICAL ARE UNDER CHAPTER 55 OF TITLE 10 ICHAPPUS). f/72 STAT.
0k pA STATJ. 1061. 10 USC 1671.1/
1W URDER TO ACCOMPLISH THE PURPOSES OF SUBSECTION IAS OF THIS
Iw 0DMNIEI$TRATOR SHALL PROVIDE FO, NEONICAL CARE IN THE SAME OR
U #w1 AND SUMSJcT TO T iff $HE OR SISJLAR LIMITATIONS AS MEDICAL
ftSPED DC CERTAIN DEPUGOENTS AND SURVIVORS OF ACTIVE DUTY AND
MW EWERS OF THE ARMED FORCES UNWER CHAPTER 55 OF TITLE 10
>lf BV1-r.' .
6I) RUIERIXNG INJO t_ AGREEMENT WITH THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
T"rE SECRETARY SHALL INCLUDE COVERAGE FOR SUCH MEDICAL
E "UND1R THE CONTRACT, OR CONTRACTS, HE ENTERS INTO TO CARPY OUT
tM AWWTER 5S, AND UNDER 341CH THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL FULLY
$f T -TfEt SECRETARY FOR ALL COSTS AND EXPENDITURES MADE FOR THE
P '05 DWAFFOOINW tHE MEDICAL CARE AUTHORIZED PURSUANT TO THIS
2 JIBOTRACTImG. IN ACCOADAUCE WITH SUCH REGULATIONS AS HE SHALL
ESC73BE FbR SUCH INSURAMCv MEDICAL SERVICE, OR HEALTH PLANS AS HE
IPS AFPROPRIPTE.
S. WHICf t 1 VERANS' ADMINISTRATIONN MEDICAL FACILITIES ME
A EQUIPPED TO PROVIDE THE MOST EFFECTIVE CARE AND TREATMENT, f
*ATOR $A ALSE AUTHORIZED TO CARRY OUT SUCH PURPOSES THROUGH THE
Sub; FACILITIES NOT BEING UTILIZED #OR THE CARE OF ELIGIBLE
614. FITTING AND TRAINING IN USE OF PROSTHETIC APPLIANCES;






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SEtING-EYE DOGS
N(A) ANY' VETERAN WHO IS ENTITLED TO A PROSTHETIC APPLIANCE SHALIE
FURNISHED SUCH FITTING AND TRAINING, INCLUDING INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING
THE USE OF SUCH APPLIANCE AS MAY BE NECESSARY, WHETHER IN A VETERARSU.
ADMINISTRATION FACILITY OR OTHER TRAINING INSTITUTION, OR BY OUTPATJIE.,
TREATMENT. INCLUDING SUCH SERVICE UNDER CONTRACT, //87 STAT. 181 87 SWTA.
182// AND INCLUDING NECESSARY TRAVEL EXPENSES TO AND FROM HIS HOME TO SUCH
HOSPITAL OR TRAINING INSTITUTION.
"IB) THE ADMINISTRATOR MAY PROVIDE SEEING-EYE OR GUIDE DOGS TRAINED FOR
THE AID OF THE BLIND TO VETERANS WHO ARE ENTITLED iT DISABILITY
COMPENSATION, AND I-E MAY PAY ALL NECESSARY TRAVEL EXPENSES TO ANi 'FROP'
THEIR HOMES AND INCURRED IN BECOMING ADJUSTED TO SUCH SEEING-EYE OR GUIDE
DOGS. THE ADMINISTRATOR MAY ALSO PROVIDE SUCH VETERANS WITH MECHANICAL OR
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR AIDING THEM IN OVERCOMING THE HANDICAP OF
BLINDNESS.".
(C) THE TABLE OF SECTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF CHAPTER 17 OF SUCHtTVTLE'
IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT 0613. FITTING AND TRAINING IN USE OF
PROSTHETIC APPLIANCES. 0614. SEEING-EYE DOGSp" AND INSEfTING 3,6p
MEDICAL CARE FOR SURVIVORS AND DEPENDENTS OF CERTAIN VETERANS. *614.
FITTING AND TRAINING IN USE OF PROSTHETIC APPLIANCES; 571210466
SEEING-EYE 572104370 SEEING-EYEDOGS.".
SEC. 104. (A) THE FIRST SENTENCE OF SUBSECTION (A) OF SECTION 620 OF
TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, //76 STAT. 500; 83 STAT. 167.// IS AMENDED
BY REDESIGNATING CLAUSES 110 AND (2) AS CLAUSES (I) AND t1-1
RESPECTIVELY; AND BY AMENDING THAT PORTION PRECEDING SUCH CLAUSES TO REACH
AS FOLLOWS:
"(A) SUBJECT TO SUBSECTION (BI OF THIS SECTION, THE ADMINISTRATOR VAY
TRANSFER--
N(1) ANY VETERAN WHO HAS BEEN FURNISHED CARE BY THF ADMINIST'Rtp*
IN A HOSPITAL UNDER THE DIRECT AND EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OP IH:
ADMINISTRATOR, AND
"(2) ANY PERSON (A) WHO HAS BEEN FURNISHED CARE IN ANY HOSPtTAL
OF ANY OF THF ARMED FORCES, (B) WHO THE APPROPRIATE SECRETARY
CONCERNED HAS DETERMINED HAS RECEIVED MAXIMUM HOSPITAL BENEFITS BUT
RrQUIRES A PROTRACTED PERIOD OF NURSING HOME CARE, AND ICI MHO UPON
DISCHARGE THEREFROM WILL BECOME A VETERAN
TO ANY PUBLIC OR PRIVATE INSTITUTION NOT UNDER THE JURISDICTIWI.:QOF THE
ADMINISTRATOR WHICH FURNISHES NURSING HOME CARE, FOR CARE AT Tn4 UEPENSE
OF THE UNITED STATES. ONLY IF THE ADMINISTRATOR DETERMINES TIAT-.
(B) THE SECOND SENTENCE OF SECTION 6201A) OF SUCH TITLE IS AMENDED BY
STRIKING OUT THE DESIGNATIONS IA) AND (B) AND INSERTINQ4IN LIEU THEREOF
(1) AND (II). //78 STAT. 500; 83 STAT. 167/f
(C) SECTION 620(B) OF SUCH TITLE IS AMENDED (11 BY ADDING OR ADMITTED'
AFTER "TRANSFERRED" AND (2) BY ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING''
NTHE STANDARDS PRESCRIBED AND ANY REPORT OF INSPECTION OF INStITUTIOpS
FURNISHING CARE TO VETERANS UNDER THIS SECTION MADE BY OR FOR THE
ADMINISTRATOR SHALL, TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE, BE MADE AVAILABLE TO ALL'
FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL AGENCIES CHARGED WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY OF





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pftOTIEmWIUE REGULAT ING OR 'INSPECT ING SUCH INST ITUT IONS ." .
^li9 2Q ?F SUCH TITLE IS FURTHER AMENDED BY ADDING AT THE END
PFtLOW ING $45~ SUBSECTIONa 10>:
pjcv TO SUSSECTIWI (SI OF THIS SECTION. THE ADMINISTRATOR NAY
-US;ANY WOTERAN RiQUIZRING NURSING HOPIE CARE ,FOR A
tikcfE CISABIILITY DIRECT 4DNISSIOP4 FOR SUCH CARE AT THEd EXPENSE
[Tin SlAYPS TO SAN? PUBLIC OR PATYATE INSTITLNI0N NOT UNDER THE
qr O THE ADMINISTRATOR WHICH FURNISHES NURSING HOME CARE. //87
|Z 1? STAT. 1831/ SUOI ADMISSION MAY BE AUTHORIZED UPON
LUMPF NEED THIEREPOR SY A PHYSICIAN EMPLOYED BY THE VETERANS'
rHN Owo, IN AREAS WHERE NO SUCH PHYSICIAN IS AVAILABLE, CARRYING
KI FUNCTION UNDER CONTRACT DR FEE ARRANGEMENT BASED ON AN
L4 BY SUCH P4HYSZCIAN. THE AMOUNT MHICH NAY BE PAID FOR SUCH CARE
714T OF CA*E'AWAI.LABLE UNDER THIS SUBSECTION SHALL BE THE SAME
t~mtgrNE. SuRS6C7ION (A THIS SECT ION.11.
(Iii t$ISTIflN 616 OPYfrTLE 31. UNITED STATES CODE. IS AMENDED
ISdW U Ftfl' AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF "FIRE, EARTHQUAKE DR
JRAL DIUASTERa' /72 STAT. 1144.1/
iECATGHItTE&AT THE REGLwNIWCOP SECTION 626 OF SUCH TITLE IS
k IIuEb *S *bLLOWtS:
S6. REINMBURSEMINT WOR LOSS OF PERSONAL EFFECTS BY NATURAL
IL6. (A SMICHAPTER 111 OF CHAPTER IT OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES
AMENOED flY ADDING At THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW SECTION:
ZMS4. 3*'USC 624./i
I.~ REIIMBURSIMENT OF CERTAIN MEDICAL EXPENSES
IWMp AOIMINISTRATOR MNY. UNDER SUCH REGULATIONS AS HE SHALL
r' 'h*FWBURSE VETERANS ENTITLED TO HOSPITAL CARE OR MEDICAL
qWCDI5 THIS CHAPTER F OR THE REASONABLE VALUE OF SUCH CARE OR
*ftl'Rt$QInG NECESSARYT'RAVELI. FOR WHICH SUCH VETERANS NAVE MADE
FlRlif SOURCES OTHER THAICTH4E VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION. WHERE--
FEIJPUCH CARE OR SERVICfS WERE RENDERED IN A MEDICAL EMERGENCY
USUCI#WATUkE -THAT 1'HEYt WOULD HAVE BEEN,.HAZARDOUS TO LIFE OR

'12) SUCH ZARE DR SERVICES WERE RENDERED TO A VETERAN IN NEED
(tOF IAI Flit AN ADJUDICATED SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY, (B) FOR
*SERfrlCE-CONNECTED DISABILITY ASSOCIATED WITH AND HELD TO BE
tAYATItG. A SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY, (CI FOR ANY DISABILITY
I VSTERtAN WHO HAS A TOTAL DISABILITY PERMANENT IN NATURE FROM A
tICE-CONNECTED DISABILITY, OR (0) FOR ANY ILLNESS, INJURY, OR
!AL CONDITION IN THE CASE OFf A VETERAN WHO 15 FOUND TO BE (II IN
I OW VOCATIONAL REHAB ILI TAYWI9 UNDER CHAPTER. 31 OF THIS TITLE AND
WHOM1 8W OBJECTIVE HAD BEEN SELECTED OR (III) PURSUING A COURSE OF
nIT ONAL REHABILITATION TRAINING AND IS MEDICALLY DETERMINED TO
tsfr*XSt NEED OF CARE OR TREAT ME NT TO MAKE POSSIBLE HIS ENTRANCE
SA~ COURSE OF TRAINING, 1/12 STAT. l171; 79 STAT. 577. 31 USC
L*/' Ra PREVENT INTERRUPTIONWQF A COURSE OF TRAINING, OR HASTEN
AETUAN OFr A COURSE OF TRAINING hHICH WAS INTERRUPTED BECAUSE OF






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SUCH ILLNESS, INJURY. OR DENTAL CONDITION; AND
N(31 VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION OR OTHER FEDERAL FACZIITUlIESIEN
NOT FEASIBLY AVAILABLE, AND AN ATTEMPT TO USE THEM BEFIREHANQa94D
NOT HAVE BEEN REASONABLE. SOUND, WISE, OR PRAGUGAL.
"(81 IN ANY CASE WHERE REIMBURSEMENT WOULD BE IN ORDER UNDSR SUBOECTIOM
MA) OF THIS SECTION, THE ADMINISTRATOR MAY, IN LIEU OF REIS1RURSPIdiG $
VETERAN, MAKE PAYMENT OF THE REASONABLE VALUE OF CARE OR AER$uCES
DIRECTLY--
011) TO THE HOSPITAL OR OTHER HEALTH FACILITY FURNISHING THE*CAAE
OP SERVICES; OR //87 STAT. 183// //87 STAT. L.a/i
"(2) TO THE PERSON OR ORGANIZATION MAKING SUCH EXPENOITUI%3 ON
BEHALF OF SUCH VETERAN.". iw*l.,f
(B) .THE TABLE OF SECTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF SUCH CHAPTER ISA
BY DELETING "626. REIMBURSEMENT FOR LOSS OF PERSONAL EFFECTS BY'Rihft
"627. PERSONS ELIGIBLE UNDER PRIOR LAW." AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREN
"626. REIMBURSEMENT FOR LOSS OF PERSONAL EFFECTS BY NATURAL DISAflER.
"627. PERSONS ELIGIBLE UNDER PRIOR LAM. P"628. REIMBURSEMENT OF CERTAINp
MEDICAL EXPENSES.".
SEC. 107.(A) CHAPTER 17 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES C4d0. IS AMENDED BY
STRIKING OUT SECTIONS 631 AND 632 IN THEIR ENTIRETY AND INSERTING INPLIEU
THEREOF THE FOLLOWING: //72 STAT. 1145; 60 STAT. 8910,
a -5 631. ASSISTANCE TO THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHIIJPPINES
"THE PRESIDENT IS AUTHORIZED TO ASSIST THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHMUPPINES
IN PROVIDING MEDICAL CARE AND TREATMENT FOR COMMONWEALTH ARMY VETERANS AND
NEW PHILIPPINE SCOUTS IN NEED OF SUCH CARE AND TREATMENT 'FSR
SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITIES AND NON-SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITIES
UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS.
-% 632. CONTRACTS AND GRANTS TO PROVIDE HOSPITAL CARE. MEDWAJ.
SERVICES AND NURSING HOME CARE 7 1
"(Al THE PRESIDENT. WITH THE CONCURRENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF A,
PHILIPPINES 0MAY AUTHORIZE THE ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT Vim
THE VETERANS MEMOkIAL HOSPITAL. WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE APPROPRIATh
DEPARTMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC .OF THE PHILIPPINESL COVERING
THE PERIOD BEGINNING ON JULY 1, 1973. AND ENDING ON JUNE 30. 1978. UNDER
WHICH THE UNITED STATES-
"(1) WILL PAY FOR HOSPITAL 'CARE IN THE REPUBLIC OF THE
PHILIPPINES, OP FOR MEDICAL SERVICES WHICH SMALL BE PROVIDED EITHER
IN THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. 3R BY CONTRACT. OR OTHERWISE BY
THE ADMINISTRATOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
APPLICABLE GENERALLY TO BENEFICIARIES UNDER SECTION 612 OF THIS
TITLE, FOR COMMONWEALTH ARMY VETERANS AND NEW PHILIPPINE SCOUTS
DETERMINED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR TO BE IN NEED OF SUCH HOSPITAL CARE
OR MEDICAL SERVICES FOR SERVICP-CbWNECTED DISABILITIES; 1/A1 Er P.
180./I
N12) WILL PAY FOR HOSPITAL CARE AT THF VETERANS MEMORIAL HSPtPITAL
FOR COMMONWEALTH ARMY VETERANS, AND FOR NEW PHILIPPINE; SCOUTS IF
THEY ENLISTED BEFORE JULY 4, 1946, DETERMINED BY THE ADMINiSTRATOR
TO NEFD SUCH CARF FOR NON-SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITIES IF tHEY ARE








N SSXlAI 'THE EX~P'S WOF NECESSARY HOSPITAL CARE;
IOS 099 *halvWlppMvfsm tHE"PAJNE OP TRAVEL EXPENSE PURSUANT TO
AemIIM gtma Igj 'OP THIS Yifle FIeM ONRVeALTN ARMY VETERANS AND NEW
Su T I l SCOUTS JN CONNEQTIONW WITH HOSPITAL CARE OR MEDICAL
SmD *,0WJ Sf14 ft 3 jna(3Wgmt Aid PAvuMEwNS 'FOR NURSING NOP CARE, ON THE SAME
1; r '.~ tefs AMD CONDITIONS AS SET FORTH IN SECTION 6201*A I/ANTE, P.
W^PVA ffIP ThI ITLFCt R ANY COMNONWEALTH ARMY VETERAN OR NEW
4o.3 #IntErC f H'd MBID TO NEE SUCH CARE AT A PER DIEM RATE NOT
4wvinr* ,mMerlp ER yfTM OP '1TE4 HOSPITAL PER OIEM RATE ESTABLISHED
lKIRA liis'l1 ETI //B7 STAT. 184// //87
*k*w y^ ^ W a *r*h ::j.::`r- *t -
i. *4 'tftW MY P*l^^CWOE )THAT PAYMENTS tOW HOSPITAL CARE AND FOR MEDICAL
*nig4" m-`%~'s .Jf cmcn m ftO'VETENMPS AND NEW PIIPN
*(lll~ j^ lp-dI) -A"~f PHILIPPINE
blk J'...f.'.. "it UNITED STATES VETERAN$ MAY CmSIfl INR WHOLE OR IN PART
-*~i' S*Wat *EDI:CI*J MEDICAL SUPPLTE., AND EQUIPMENT FURNISHED BY
*Utin S AWOIINISTRATOR TO THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT VALUATIONS
AV 1EMVINE BY THE ASMINISTRATOR. -HO MAY FURNISH THROUGH
K" kiyr 11 R- 6 4,A" f inLYt P ILVTUIW PURSUE TO SECTION 501: OF THIS TITLgE.
'"l1^14 nF^ MEUrNESq NoDIa;L WUPPLES 4140 EQUIPMENT AS N!CEtSARY FOR
1nAi ri ntm to$ii"JI fOEA APPLICABLE. A!PROPRIATIOMS.
a d s i001iSucWfl^ fll f/flz STAT. 1253; 1 ?5 STAT. 675. 38 USC
I( Of) 'i * t fl :TC '*e~JINLY* tTfERMiNEP FR EACH FISCAL YEAR BY THE TWO
JAjtubeFkt. WO REASOADLE A
YOP t 0 MAfNTS UNDER AMV SUCH CONTRACT UPON REASONABLE
neW.MSTUStV *3 STIPUL T9ST TME CONTRACT' 1-r-*i TIE REPUBLIC OF THIE
pThE *ETERAWS NJORUIL HOSPITAL FAIL TO MAINTAIN SUCH
y 'R IUW WLL4WHiPP0W ARC1" EFFECT IVE OPERATING CONDITION, AS
a-gU .5lop M.A.mslv1 Th-"ADWNijSTUAThR *
UAPS #c' dt' dp OP' WI PAYNAES AUP.ItRIZEU BY SUBSECTION (A) OF THIS
au IIWtT dW*W EXCEED 000I@ 000 FOR AMY owE FISCAL YEAR EN01t4G BEFORE
JS*'4% jq-j$ WvtednSWALLitNCLUbt AN AMOUNT hOT TO EXCEED 5250,000 FOR ANY
WiSCAL YfAR FOR, THE PURPOSES Of CLAUSE 41 OF SUCH SUBSECTION.
'"O ct CTaer AUTI&RIZED BY SUBSECTION fA) OF THIS SECTION PMA
THE t*E WY TN POBtIC 0' VINE PHILIPPINES OF BEDS, EQUIPMENT,
AM OTHER 1PACILITIES OF THK VETERANS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT MANILA, NOT
mHSIftrnr tr Ea OF CIMDUmiEALTK ARMY VETERANS OR NEW PHILIPPINE
I) pfT MSRV1flCLONNeCTW t ISAS ILl TI'S, FOR HOSP I TAL CAR? OF OTHER
TiS"Y1SCRETIO* OF- THE REPUStIC OP THE PIILTPPINES EXCEPT THAT
.*. W ISSIONS RfT'ENTIO 1I4f SUCH HOSPITAL. SHALL BE ACCOROEO
v L ARMY VEIERAMS LWAND 1E0 lItIPPlINE SCOUTS NEkXIWG HOSPITAL CARE
4SW'tsvCes-cONECTED DISABILITIES, AND 121 SUCH USE SHALL"NOT PRECLUDE
A a IF' k AktEkut FACILITIES IN SUCH HOSPITAL ON A CONTRACT BASIS FOR
PP .P a- W~fE -OR MEDICAL SERVICES FOR PERSONS EISIBLE THEREFORE FROM THE
Sb *VUA*U ANIIAftWATbON.*- :"-*'** -"









OID) TO FURTHER ASSURE THE ErFFCT" 4 CARE 4IND TREATMENT OF Pf.jTgS IN
THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, THERjJS AUTI4RIZPI TO BE $PRnIift
EACH FISCAL YEAR DURING. THE F IVE YVARS SBS$G NING. JUL t1p 1f7ah IAIIt 6
JUNE 30, 1971- '* ;
IE11 THE SUM OF S5O, "6C TO BE USED A VTHE. :AO 00
MAKING GRANTS TO THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR NE1 klfM
EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF HEALTHs*ERVICE PERSOG4EIvrWW '5Ihsm
TO SUCH HOSPITAL; AND A- ;. p,
"121 THE SUM OF 550,000 TO BE USED BY THE AONINlRAWqR
MAKING GRANTS TO THE VETERANS MEMORIAL HQOPI1AL FORtHE PAMW OP
ASSISTING THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHI LIPP 1 1I t"E R.S
UPGRADING OF EQUIPMENT AND IS RBNH.BILITATINBTUB PikSI ~TLc.i.A.
FACILITIfS OF SUCH HOSPITAL. i/87 STAT. 185// /4B7,813 STftqgW at&
SUCH GRANTS SHALL BE MADE ON S&UC.H TERMS AND COISITIU4S .A! 9q S W:lnfiu aw
THE ADMINISTRATOR, INCLUDING APPROVAL 4T HIM OF ALL EDUCA-TIM$ q M4350
PROGRAMS CONDUCTED BY THE HOSPITAL.UNDER SUCH GRANTS. ANV APiRNIAWMN
MADE FOR CARRYING OUT THE PURPOSES OF CLAUSE (21,OF *TIIS SUp^TIQt SMA&
REMAIN AVAILABLE UNTIL EXPENDEOS. ~ n r;
9BJ THE TABLE OF. SECYJONS AT THE BEGINNING OFv 11F, vHA4afl "I I
AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT "631. GRANTS TO TO TE REPUBLIC OF THE PHflWIrpmo
"632. MODIFICATION OF AGREEMENT -WITH THE REPUBLIC O0P THE PHJt biN
EFFECTUATING THE ACT OF JULT 1. 1945." AND I*SERtING ONiriLi a
"631. ASSISTANCE TO THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHELl-P*#ESS 43. i 0IWl^ Ft;U*
GRANTS TO PROVIDE HOSPITAL CARE, MEDICAL SERVICES :
AND NURSING HOME CARE.N.
(C) NOTHING IN SUBSFCTION 1A) OF.,THIS SECTION SHALLq BEii DSEME# OAFFp
IN ANY MANNER ANY RIGHT, CAUSE. OBLIGATION1 CONTRACT -4RtCJ4JCALLY
INCLUDING THAT CONTRACT EXECUTED APRIL 25. 1967, BET-EIN TM.S WA: RNNWW
THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES AND THE GOVERNMENT SF TH5 UNITEOI.STATES
RESULTING FROM PUBLIC LAW 89 *612, //SO STAT. 859. 36 Z962
634./i WHICH SHALL REMAIN IN FORCa AND EFFECT UNTIL N9ODIF, *PC QIw4.R SlPUD
BY AN AGREEMENT EitECUTED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THIS AC .*WU540R4 O
APPROPRIATION,.G6PANT, FUNCTION, POMER, Oit DUTY VESTED *Y)AJA Oft. ON tW|6SS
UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 632 OF TITLE 38. UMUjEO : fTEXn44.y"
EFFECT ON THE DAY BEFORE THE DATE OF ENACTMENT OF THIS SCqCJqpti _00//A

SEC. 108.(A) SECTION 6Z4 OF tITLE 38,. UntITEDSTATES COe I7ISAMEp4WDJV
ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE' FOLLOWING, S#F1 SIBSECTION: '/ifl s49T|
1144.// V A
"ED) THE ADMINISTRATOR MAY FURNISH NURSING HO'E CAR 16 ON THE SAMIT7||
AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH IN SECTION 620(A) i/ANfIE, P.- 182.//OF TH1S441$::
AND AT THE SAME RATE AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 6321(A141 //ftTE. *P-40s1
OF' THIS TITLE, TO ANt VETERAN WHO HAS SEEN FURI4JSHED HOSPITAL CAREimfrTtEp
PHILIPPINES.PURSUANT YO THIS SECTION, BUT WHO REQUIRES PWTRACTED P0 m s
OF NURSING HOME CARE.". T :' :.i
EB) THE CATCHLINE AT THE BEGINNING OF SECTION 62*OFm CAu1 ITj* i t
AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS: h 1
624. HOSPITAL CARE. MEDICAL SERVICES AND. NMRSING HOMiARE W





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!sfitsu -CHAPTER 11 OP TITLE 38 UNITED STATES COCE, IS FURTHER
SP06INS *T 14 ENT THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW SUSCHAPTERE //7T
ETA~yp ^ U< fl /., 16 ,
(wlMA IM^ n$SWBCAPTR ^IV--SICKLE CELL AMNIA
*O.,tIfA )11. -SSRIEEINS., GqL4ISELIMG, AND MEDICAL TREATMENT
4MIbN 1.114 Auvpwse.t :-TO CARRY OUT A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM
OP. 4iICK-E* CELL A&EMIA SCREENINGo. COUNSELING, TREATMENT* AND
IER NflE Q PRQV$ISONS Of THIS CHAPTER.
icI& ICAOR -IS AUTRI 110. --TO CARRY OUT ESEAECUH AND BLIEA3CM *
TRAIN j4WiJ4E OIASNOSIS, TREATMENT, AN' CONTROL OF SICKLE CELL ANEMIA
GAS9,, AmR MISENING EXAMINATIONS AND TREATMENT PROVIDED UNDER THIS
St A# AT. I51 11 I
itS3 VOLUNTARY PARTICIPATION; CONFIDENTIALITY
*ULN THR AWICIPATION BY A10 PERSON IN ANY PROGRAM OR PORTION THEREOF
UUm~iT#ItURIECHAPJER SHALL BE WHOLLY VOLUNTA"I AND SHALL NOT BE A
PFRI TO ELIGISILJT FOR OR RECEIPT OF ANY OTHER SERVICE OR
$SI l^^ kOF. OR TO PARTICIPATIO* IN, ANY OTHER PROGRAM UNDER THIS
NIAIS*MTBR PROMULGATE RULES AND REGULATIONS TO INSURE
THATI k40A.ONAKO PAT1ENT RECORDS PREPARED OR OBTAINED UNDER THIS
SUOC I*% Nr64 HhhL CONFIPEPTIALEiXCEPT FOR (11 SUCH INFORMATION AS
THIS WISflXStR0IAN1R flWaUESTS IN URTIrNQ TO BE RELEASED OR 123
ST:W 4. ; GCa 1E4yACTIRIS=IaSI ,.
** 7 |JfTRtATLCR ~S$ALM PiIPUIP IN, THE ANNUAL REPORT TO THE CONGRESS
Newti fl 'flCtXON f14 ^OF TH1S TITLE A COMWREHEMSIVE REPORT ON THE
AOIN 1I^~ ,.:aF .TH15.SURCHAflER. INCLUaIMG SUCH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
ADOIT I4TWN AS THE. AMINISTRATOR DEEMS NECESSARY.-. /172 STAT.

AIPM.^{Af T THE.. fE6INNING OF S"U:: CHAPTER IS AMENDED BY ADDING
J16W V *SLICHAPTJR VI-$ICKLE CELL. ANEMIA
%6S1. ,4S7RE64IG CPUNSELING. AND MEOICAL TREATMET. 065Z. RESEARCH. **
6#l".M.MTART PARTICIPATION; CONFIDENTIALITY 0654. REPORTS.
so *(mt :,l TITLE II-ANENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 73 OF TITLE
.N jf TED STATES CODE. RELATING TO THE
0 DEPARTMENTT OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY
uf4 *SCTICN 401 OF TITLE 38v UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED BY
AMENDS S$ZN 4lo TB-READ AS FOLLOWS 1/72 STAT. 1243; 10 STAT.
Of J AIN QRDER TO CARRY OUT MORE EFFECTIVELY THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THE
S.PARINS*T a OF EDIINE AND SURGERY TO PROVIDE A COMPLETE MEDICAL AND
ImP!A 14. ERVILE FOR THE MEDICAL CARE ARC TREATMENT OF VETERANS AND IN
O0ER ASSISTT IN PROVIDING .AN DEQJATE SUPPLY OF HEALTH MANPOWER TO THE
NATION t T:E ADMINIST9ATOR SHALL, 1O THE GXTEST FEASIBLE WITHOUT






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INTERFERING WITH THE MEDICAL CARE AND TREATMENT OF VETERANS, DEVEtOP ANQ
CARRY OUT A PROGRAM OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF SUCH HEALTH MANPO'itW
INCLUDING THE DEVELOPING AMD EVALUATING OP NEW HEALTH CARVEES,
INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES), *CA
SHALL CARRY OUT A MAJOR PROGRAM FOR THE RECRUITMENT. TRAINING. AND
EMPLOYMENT OF VETERANS WITH MEDICAL MILITARY OCCUPATION SPECIALTINES AS
PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANTS, DENTISTS' ASSISTANTS, AND OTHER MEDICAL
TECHNICIANS 'INCLUDING ADVISING ALL SUCH QUALIFIED VETERANS' AND SERVICEMEN '
ABOUT TO BE DISCHARGED OR RELEASED FROM ACTIVE 'DUTY OF SUCH EMPLOTMEVW"T
OPPORTUNITIES, ACTING IN COOPERATION WITH SUCH SCHOOLS'OF MEDICINE,
OSTEOPATHY, DENTISTRY, NURSING, PHARMACY. OPTOMETRY, PODIATRY, PUBLIC
HEALTH, OR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS; OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF tHIGHE
LEADING; MEDICAL CENTERS; ACADEMIC HEALTH CENTERS; HOSPITALS; AND SUCK'
OTHER PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT AGENCIES, INSTITUTIONS, OR ORGANIZATIONS AS tHE
ADMINISTRATOR DEEMS APPROPRIATE.
"IC1h) WITHIN NINETY DAYS AFTER ENACTMENT OF THIS SUBSECTION.WTHE
ADMINISTRATOR, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR, IS
DIRECTED TO CONCLUDE NEGOTIATIONS FOR AN AGREEMENT WITH THE prIO0s.
ACADEMY OF SLIENCU UNDER WHICH SUCH ACADEMY //87 STAT. 188/, 6UmflItfW'
ITS FULL RESOURCES AND EXPERTISE) WILL CONDUCT AN EXTENSIVE REVIEW AND
APPRAISAL OF PERSONNEL AND OTHER RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS IN VETVUtNV
ADMINISTRATION HOSPITALS. CLINICS, AND OTHER MEDICAL FACILTIjf TOp
DETERMINE A BASIS FOR THE OPTIMUM NUMBERS AND CATEGORIES 1OF SUCH PERSONNEL
AND OTHER RESOURCES NEEDED TO INSURE THE PROVISION TO ELIGIBLE VETERANS
HIGH QUALITY CARE IN ALL HOSPITAL, MEDICAL, DOMICILIARY, AND NU#SIN4Q@'"
FACILITIES. SUCH AGREEMENT SHALL PROVIDE THAT (A) AT THE EAMtIJES 'T
FEASIBLE DATE INTERIM REPORTS AND THE FINAL REPORT MILL BE SOwIT.TO -
THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES TO THE ADMINISTRATOR, THE PRESIUWU'U
THE SENATE, AND THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, AND 5t 1
FINAL REPORT WILL BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN TWENTY-FOUR MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE AGREEMENT EXCEPT THAT THE ADMINISTRATOR, IN CONSULTAfTltO wIT#H
THE CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND AFTER CONSULTATION WITH THE HOUSE AND,
SENATE COMMITTEES ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS, PAT PERMIT AN EXTESIfON UP TO
TWELVE ADDITIONAL MONTHS. "ft
"(21 WITHIN NINETY DAYS AFTER THE SUBMISSION OF THE FINAL REPORT
DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (Al OF THIS SECTION, THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL
SUBMIT TO THE SENATE AND HOUSE COMMITTEES ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS A DETAILED'
REPORT OF HIS VIEWS ON THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.! FINDINGS AND SO
RECOMMENDATIONS SUBMITTED IN SUCH REPORT, INCLUDING (AS THE STEPS AND
TIMETABLE THEPEFOR (TO BE CARRIED OUT IN NOT LESS THAN THREE YEARS) WE
PROPOSES TO TAKE TO IMPLEMENT SUCH FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS AND 6B>
ANY DISAGREEMENTS, AND THE REASONS THEREFORE, WITH RESPECT TO SUCK FINDING$
AND RECOMMENDATIONS.
0(31 THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL COOPERATE FULLY WITH THE NATIONAL ACADEMIC'
OF SCI1FCES. AND MAKE AVAILABLE TO THE ACADEMY ALL SUCH STAFF, W
INFORMATION, RECORDS, AND OTHER ASSISTANCE. AND SHALL SET ASIDE FOR SUCCA'
PURPOSES SUCH SUMS, AS ARE NECESSARY TO INSURE THE SUCCESS OF THE STUDY.*.
SEC. 202. SECTION 41031A) OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, IS






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4M1|D/- 1/76 STAT. 4091 80 STAT. 1368.//
Bn mY AMENDING PARAGRAPH 141 TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
.h$ tI0XA u141 NUT:TO EXCEED EIGHT ASSISTANT CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTORS, WHO
SMALL BE APPOINTEE BA THE"ADMINISTRATOR UPON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF
uA MI 4 t tHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR. NOT MORE THAN TWO ASSISTANT CHIEF
. WI1 r ICAL lOhEReCTORS MAY BE INDIVIDUALS QUALIFIED IN THE ADMINISTRATION
tiP' A...UpWEAtTH SERVICES WHO ARE NOT DOCTORS OF MEDICINE, DENTAL SURGERY.
IA V9Q 6SSTAL 4ESICft4E. ONE ASSISTANT CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR SHALL BE A
I:. i ||A"IXFIEO DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY OR DENTAL MEDICINE WHO SHALL BE
DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO THE CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR FOR THE OPERATION
"tei:PO INS DENTAL SERVICE.*i AND
vsq -8 ( BY AMENDING PARAGRAPH (7) TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
"(71 A DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY SERVICE, A DIRECTOR OF DIETETIC
pJ'^rWRtVI0E, AND A DIRECTOR OP OPTOMETRY, APPOINTED BY THE
.1 t? WINI STRATOR. .
3 SECTION 4107 OF TITLE 3B, UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED
pmI-ktn tTfls 6316 64 STAT. 109z.//
) 7T' 4 14 AMENDING SUSSECTIONS (A) AND IS) TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
flUI;4 THE PER ANNUM PULL-PAY SCALE OR RANGES FOR POSITIONS PROVIDED IN
$W (*l03 "OF THI'S TiITtE, OTHER THAN CIIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND DEPUTY
C*t BO1CAL flIRECTOR, SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
;Iva w:' ? *SECTION 4103 SCHEDULE
! 3AfSbOCIATE DEPUTY CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR1 AT THE ANNUAL RATE PROVIDED
1W42iT101 5316 OF TITLE 5 FOR- POSITIONS IN LEVEL V OF THE EXECUTIVE
SCHfl UtiE. /f%3 STAT. 864.// //ST SPAT. 1309/
C"32SISTWNt CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR, S41,734.
.KED CA DIRECTOR, $36103 ''MINIMUM TO $40.915 MAXIMUM.
7 WIRECMT8 OP NURSING SERVICE, i36,103 MINIMUM TO $40,915 MAXIMUM.
QIOttCTOR OF CHAPLAIN SERVICE, $31,203 MINIMUM TO 53 ,523 MAXIMUM-
AJrmnecmORaWPNARJACY SERVICES, 3M1,203 MINIMUM TO $39,523 MAXIMUM.
13flOOM ..R C13F QICWETIC SERVICE* 531,203 MINIMUM TO S39,523 MAXIMUM.
0WTO OFP OPTOMETRY, 531,203 MINIMUM TO $39,523 MAXIMUM.
J"51 mlk ThE OAOSS AND PER ANNUM FULL-PAY RANGES FOR POSITIONS PROVIDED
ettJKWIPARAGRAPH 11 OF SECTION 4104 OF THIS TITLE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
1/SO STAT. 434. 5 USC 4104.1-
k: PHYSICIANN AND DENTIST SCHEDULE
9BI 44TQ ,' GRADE, $31,203 MINIMUM TO $39,523 MAXIMUM.
CapnvU GRADE, $28,996 MINIMUM TO $371699 MAXIMUM.
tMtUIEF CR503. 526,698 MINIMUM TO 334,971 MAXIMUM.
4fSENfW GRADE, 230898 NtNIMUM TO 530,018 MAXIMUM.
qn '#tWMDItATt GRADE, 919,700 MINIMUM TO $25,613 MAXIMUM.
r*LL 01r5~^16,682 MINIMUNM-TO $21,686 MAXIMUM.
flSUOCIATS 6RAOE, $13996 MINIMUM TO $16,190 MAXIMUM.
GRADE, NURSE SCHEDULE
h21 5GRADEv 26,e98 MINIMUM TO S34081 MAXIMUMe
f tAS5 TMWT DIRECTORR. GRADEr 523,068" "MINIMUM TO $30,018 MAXIMUM.
rth#MRU GRAMEb $1t700 MINIMUM TG $25,613 MAXIMUM.
Whh 09 SRADE, 116,1682 MINIMUM TO $21,686 MAXIMUM.






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"INTERMEDIATE GRADE. 513,612 MINIMUM TO S18.1lf MOEAfi-
"FULL GRADE, $11,614 MINIMUM TO 15,087 MAXIMUM.
*ASSOCIATE GRADE, S10.012 MINIMUM TO 513:015 MAXIMUM.
"JUNIOR GRADE. 18,572 MINIMUM TO 11146 MAXIMUM.
"(28 NO PERSON MAY HOLD THE DIRECTOR GRACE IN 'THE *PHYSICIAN AND
DENTIST SCHEDULE' UNLESS HE IS SERVING AS A DIRECTOR OF A HOSPITAL,
DOMICILIARYV CENTER, OR OUTPATIENT CLINIC tINDEPENDENTIs NO PERSON MAY
HOLD THE EXECUTIVE GRADE UNLESS HE HOLDS THE POSITION OF CHIEF OF STAFF AT
A HOSPITAL, CENTER, OR OUTPATIENT CLINIC INDEPENDENTT, OR COUPARASLE
POSITION."; AND
(21 ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING MEM SUBSECTIONS'
0102 THE LIMITATIONS IN SECTION 5308 OF TITLE 5 SHALL APPLY TO PAT
UNDER THIS SECTION. //84 STAT. 1951.11
*1EI111 IN ADDITION TO THE BASIC COMPENSATION PROVIDED FOE MURSES IN
SUBSECTION (8)(13 OF THIS SECTION, A NURSE SHALL RECEIVE ASSITIONAL
COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED BY PARAGRAPHS 12) THROUGH IS) OF THIS SUBSECTION.
"(21 A NURSE PERFCPMING SERVICE ON A TOUR OF DUTY, ANY PART OF 11H1CH 1S
WITHIN THE PERIOD COMMENCING AT 7 POSTOMIDIAN AND ENDING AT 6
ANTEMERIDIAN, SHALL RECEIVE ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION FOR EACH HOURt OF
SERVICE ON SUCH TOUR AT A RATE EQUAL TO 10 PSR CENTIM OF THE ENPLOWWEVS
BASIC HOURLY RATE. IF AT LEAST FOUR HOURS OF SUCH TOUR FALL BETEE 6
POSTMERIDIAN AND 6 ANTEMERIDIAN. WHEN LESS THAN FOUR HOURS OF SUCH TOUR
FALL BETWEEN 6 POSTNERIDIAN AND 6 ANTEMERIDIAN, THE NURSE SHALL BE 'WID
THE DIFFERENTIAL FOR EACH HOUR OF WORK PERFORMED BETWEEN THOSE HOiRS.
"(35 A NURSE PERFORMING SERVICE ON A TOUR OF DUTY, ANY PART OF WHICH IS
WITHIN THE PFRIOD COPMENCING AT MIDNIGHT SATURDAY AND ENDING AT NIDNVGHT
SUNDAY, SHALL RECEIVE ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION FOR EACH HOUR OF SERVICE-ON
SUCH TOUR AT A RATE EQUAL TO 25 PER CENTUM OF SUCH NURSES BASIC HOURLY
RATF. //87 STAT. 190// -
0(41 A NURSE PERFORMING SERVICE ON A HOLIDAY DESIGNATED BY FEDERAL
STATUTE OR EXECUTIVE ORDER SHALL RECEIVE SUCH NURSES REGULAR RATE OF
BASIC PAY, PLUS ADDITIONAL PAY AT A RATE EQUAL TO SUCH REGULAR MM"W' OF
BASIC PAY. FOR THAT HOLIDAY WORK, INCLUDING OVERTIME WORK. ANY SERVICE
REQUIRED TO BE PERFORMED BY A NURSE ON SUCH A DESIGNATED HOLIDAY SMALL W:
CEEMED TO BE A MINIMUM OF TWO HOURS IN DURATION.
0151 A NURSE PERFCRNING OFFICIALLY ORDERED OR APPROVED HOURS OF SERVICE
IN EXCESS OF FORTY HOURS IN AN ADMINISTRATIVE WORKWEEK. OR IN EXCESS OF
EIGHT HOURS IN A DAY. SHALL RECEIVE OVERTIME PAY FOR EACH HOUR r. SUCH
ADDITIONAL SERVICE; THE OVERTIME RATES SHALL BE ONE AND WOE-NALF ITWES
SUCH NURSE'S BASIC HOURLY RATE, NOT TO EXCEED ONE AND ONE-HALF TflES THE
BASIC HOURLY RATE FOR THE MINIMUM RATE OF INTERMEDIATE GRADE OF THE MUSE
SCHEDULE. FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS PARAGRAPH. OVERTIME MUST SE OF AT
LEAST FIFTEEN MINUTES DURATION IN A DAY TO BE CREDITABLE FOR OVERTIME PRY.
COMPENSATORY TIME OFF IN LIEU OF PAY FOR SERVICE PERFORMED UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF THIS PARAGRAH SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED. ANY EXCESS SERVICE
PERFORMED UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH ON A DAY WHEN SERVICE WAS NOT SCHEDULED FOR
SUCH NURSE, OR FOR WHICH SUCH NURSE IS REQUIRED TO RETURN TO lEER PLACEVOF
EMPLOYMENT, SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A MINIMUM OF TWO HOURS IN WUWATI=N.





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.M#-*WS "gS"THE PURPOSE OF CONFUSING THE ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION PROVIOEO
4RASAfPH 1,219, 931, iii, OR 4i5 OF THIS SUBSECTION, A NURSE'S BASIC
fRtt SAWE SMALL BE DERIVED BY DIVIDING SUCH NURSE'S ANNUAL RATE OF BASIC
RW*53iUW IO N BY TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTY.
*1Tl WHEN A NURSE IS ENTITLED TO TWO CR MORE FORMS OF ADDITIONAL PAY
WSSSEPMRSRAPH (212, 4331 (43, OR 158 FOR THE SAME PERIOD OF DUTY. THE
I *N$&GIITW"AF SUMH ADDITIONAL PAT SHALL BE COMPUTED SEPARATELY ON THE BASIS
W SUCH NRSE'S BASIC HOURLY RATE OF PAYT EXCEPT THAT NO OVERTIME PAY AS
PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH 5) SHALL BE PAYABLE FOR OVERTIME SERVICE PERFORMED
-SAm"IYt DESIGNATED BT FEDERAL STATUTE OR EXECUTIVE ORDER IN ADDITION
SPAYRECEI VEI UNDER PARAGRAPH 144 FOR SUCH SERVICE.
WII A A 3:NRSE WHO IS OFFICIALLY SCHEDULED TO BE ON CALL OUTSIDE SUCH
4VhhtIREGULAR"HOURS SHALL BE COMPENSATED FOR EACH HOUR OF SUCH ON-CALL
- SUSNCS#CEP PO11SUC61 TIME AS SUCK NURSE MAV BE CALLED BACK TO WORK, AT A
RfE ISWUAL TO 10 PER CENTUN OF THE HOURLY RATE FOR EXCESS SERVICE AS
PVrl931W PARASAPS 151 OF THIS SUBSECTION.
H*i91 ANY ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION PAID PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION SHALL
CUP'S CO 1SIDERED AS BASIC COMPENSAT ION FOR THE PURPOSES OF SUBCHAPTER VI
DSEfTYSON SS95 OF SUBCHAPTER IX OF CHAPTER 55, CHAPTER 81, 83, OR 87 OF
U*Su OR OTHER BENEFITS BASED ON BASIC COMPENSATION@"m. 1/5 USC 5551,
tS3t5w41|l. B361,B7316.//
1--4"11f24494. (AS SECTION 4108 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED
#,.WAOAS FOLLOWS: //76 STAT. 860.1/
rfvh *w 4365. PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
t W1P41O1 WITHSTANDING ANY LAW, EXECUTIVE ORDER, OR REGULATION, THE
49S4NISV*ATOR SHALL PRESCRIBE BY REGULATION THE HOURS AND CONDITIONS OF
4WWVhfI(T A"D LEAVES OF ABSENCE OF PHYSICIANS, DENTISTS, AND NURSES
UU 10A TRE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY, EXCEPT THAT THE HOURS
*;ENPWTIUHET IN CARRYING OUT RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THIS TITLE OF ANY
:PSICIAM, DENTIST OTHER THAN AN INTERN OR RESIDENT APPOINTMENT PURSUANT
.*.SX6lsON 4114W!F THIS TITLE*. //POST P. 192.// OR NURSE APPOINTED ON A
BASIS ,HO ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CARRYING OUT PROFESSIONAL
WSYWICES FOR REMUNERATION OTHER THAN THOSE ASSIGNED UNDER THIS TITLE,
MALL C9SIST OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHTY HOURS IN A BIWEEKLY PAY PERIOD (AS
SW~TlERUS'IS USED IN SECTION 5504 OF TITLE 51, AND NO SUCH PERSON MAY-
*Sa-wAF. 4TS1/ *
I W.fR 4CAiaSM RESPUNSISILITT FOR THE MEDICAL CARE OF ANY PATIENT OTHER
IITA* M-PAThENT ADMITTED FOR TREATMENT AT A VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION
IS5'I'PV9 EXCePT IN THOSE CASES WHERE THE INDIVIDUAL, UPON REQUEST AND
I $I 741 UIPPROVAL OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR, ASSUMES SUCH
I RiW*IBStaILITTES TO ASSIST CONMUNITIeS OR MEDICAL PRACTICE GROUPS TO MEET
ItC& -NEEDS MHICH WOULD NOT OTHERWISE BE AVAILABLE FOR A PERIOD NOT TO
E6W# ONE HUNDRED AL0 EIGHTY CAL ENDAR DAYS,. WHICH MAY BE EXTENDED BY THE
4ISEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR FOR ADDITIONAL PERIODS NCT TO EXCEED ONE HUNDRED
SSMI iHTY CALENDAR SAYS EACH:
.'& 1 TEACH- OR PROVIDE CONSULTATIVE SERVICES AT ANY AFFILIATED
I INSTITUTION IF SUCH TEACHING OR CONSULTATION WILL, BECAUSE OF ITS NATURE
W. DURATION. CONFLICT WITH HIS RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THIS TITLE;






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"(31 ACCEPT PAYMENT UNDER ANY INSURANCE OR ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
ESTABLISHED UNDER SUBCHAPTER XVIII, OR XIX OF CHAPTER 7 OF TITLE 42* OR
UNDER CHAPTER 55 OF TITLE 10 FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES RENDERED BY NIN
WHILE CARRYING OUT HIS RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THIS TITLE; //42 UC- 1395.
1396. 10 USC 1071.// -
"(4) ACCEPT FROM ANY SOURCE, WITH RESPECT TO ANY-TRAVEL PERFORMECBV
HIM IN THE COURSE OF CARRYING OUT HIS RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THIS TITLU4
ANY PAYMENT OR PER CIEM FOR SUCH TRAVEL, OTHER THAN AS PROVIDED FOR- II
SECTION 4111 OF TITLF 5; //8O STAT. 437.// t
"151 REQUEST OR PERMIT ANY INDIVIDUAL OR ORGANIZATION TO PAY, ONlHIfS
BEHALF, FOR INSURANCE INSURING HIM AGAINST MALPRACTICE CLAIMS ARISING. IN
THE COURSE OF CARRYING OUT HIS RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THIS TITLE OE"FOR
HIS DUES OR SIMILAR FEES FOR MEMBERSHIP IN MEDICAL OR DENTAL SOCIETIES-OR
RELATED PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS, EXCEPT WHERE SUCH PAYMENTS CONSTITUTE.A
PART OF HIS REMUNERATION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF PROFESSIONAL
RESPONSIBILITIES PERMITTED UNDER THIS SECTION, OTHER THAN THOSE CARRiED
OUT UNDER THIS TITLE; AND
"(61 PERFORM, IN THE COURSE OF CARRYING OUT HIS RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER
THIS TITLE, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR THE PURPOSE OF GENERATING NO4EY FUR
ANY FUND OR ACCOUNT WHICH IS MAINTAINED BY AN AFFILIATED INSTITUTION FOR
THE BENEFIT OF SUCH INSTITUTION, OR FOR HIS PERSONAL BENEFIT, ORSBOTIH, AND
IN THF CASE OF ANY SUCH FUND OR ACCOUNT ESTABLISHED BEFORE THE EFFECTIVE
GATE OF THIS SUBSECTION--
"(A) THE AFFILIATED INSTITUTION SHALL SUBMIT SEMIANNUALLY AN
ACCOUNTING TO THE ADMINISTRATOR AND TO THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF
THE UNITED STATES WITH RESPECT TO SUCH FUND OR ACCOUNT, AN
THFREDFTER SHALL MAINTAIN SUCH FUND OR ACCOUNT SUBJECT ATO- FILL
PUBLIC DISCLOSURE AND AUDIT BY THE ADMINISTRATOR AND THE CORPMTWLL#R
GENERAL FOR A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS OR FOR SUCH LONGER PERIOD AS THE
ADMINISTRATOR SHALL PRESCRIBE, AND
"(B) NO PHYSICIAN, DENTIST, OR NURSE MAY RECEIVE, -AFTER T$E
EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SUBSECTION, ANY CASH FROM AMOUNTS DEPOSITED
IN SUCH FUND OR ACCOUNT DERIVED FROM SERVICES PERFORMED PRIOR -TO TH
EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SUBSECTION.
"1(8 AS USED IN THIS SFCTION, THE TERM 'AFFILIATED INSTITUTION'- MEANS
ANY MEDICAL SCHOOL OR OTHER INSTITUTION OF HIGHER LEARING.WITH WHICHT-THE
ADMINISTRATOR HAS A CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 4112(51 OF
THIS TITLE FOR THE TRAINING OR EDUCATION OF HEALTH MAMPOWM.
"(CI AS USED IN THIS SECTION, THE TERM 'REMUNERATION' MEANS THE RECEIRfiT
OF ANY AMOUNT OF MONETARY BENEFIT FROM ANY NON-VETERANS' ADMINISTRATIUP4
SOURCE IN PAYMENT FCR CARRYING OUT ANY PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIcS.".
(B) THE TABLE OF SECTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF CHAPTER 73 OF SUCH TITLE
IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT "4108. ADMINISTRATION." AND INSERTING IN IEU
THEREOF "4108. PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION.".
SEC. 205.(A) SECTION 4109 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDKD
BY STRIKING OUT "THE CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT ACT" AND INSERTING IN LIEU
THEREOF "CHAPTER 83 OF TITLE 5". //72 STAT. 1246.// -1 1'.,>
(B) SUBSECTION (B0 OF SECTION 4112 OF SUCH TITLE 38, IS AMENDED 8f





1247


Wutuie OUT SERVICEE PERSONNELtm IN THE FIRST SENTENCE IMMEDIATELY AFTER
WAIY# D4dO St tNS*RTING IN LIEU THEREOF "MANPOWER." //80 STATE. 1370./I
WS~j.~)fl. sECTION 4114 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED AS
hf J 1/79 STAT. 1247; 76 STAT. 309.//
Not tir BT STRIm OUT THE WORDS *NINETY DAVSw-IN THE LAST SENTENCE
to GflAi OF SUBSECTION (A* IAND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF
PQ;l(- tiBY' INSERTING *11" IMMED-ATELY AFTER NIBIN AT THE BEGINNING
F SUBSICTION (B) OF SUCH SECTION AND BY ADDING AT THE END OF SUCH
4TtQON TOE FOLLOWING NEW PARAGRAPHS:
0- THE PURPOSES OF THIS TITLE, THE TERM 'INTERN' SHALL INCLUDE AN
1 A .HE EQUIVALENCY THEREOF, AS DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
Y FIRE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL PRESCRIBE.
d&RRK:TO CARRY.VtT MORE EFFICIENTLY THE PROVISIONS OF PARAGRAPH
IS SUBSECTION, THE AQMINISTEATOR NAY CONTRACT WITH ONE OR MORE
O MEDICAL SCHOOLS, OR MEDICAL INSTALLATIONS HAVING HOSPITAL
S AND PARTICIPATING WITH THF VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION IN THE
OF INTERNS CR RESIDENTS TO PROVIDE FOR THE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION
!N PAYMENTS. PROVISION OF FRINGE BENEFITS, AND MAINTENANCE OF
g W~Fi AOR SUCH INTERNS AND RESIDENTS BY THF DESIGNATION OF ONE SUCH
W5STI1*flON t0 SERVE AS A CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY FOR THIS PURPOSE.
AqMINISTRATOR MAY PAY TO SUCH DESIGNATED AGENCY, WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY
p IEt LAW qR REdULATION GOVERNING THE EXPENDITURE OF GOVERNMENT MONEYS
(T! ,I A'VANCEOR IN ARREAR$, AN AMOUNT TO COVER THE COST FOR THE
WO&'StH fiNTEEN OR PRESIDENT SERVES IN A VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION
SPITAL OdF #AtSTiP'EFS FIXED'SY THE ADMINISTRATOR PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH
kg:f oP'Ww iGSWfCTIfNR tBi HOSPITALtlATION, MEDICAL CARE, AND LIFE
TRANCE, ANC ANY- OTHER EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AS ARE AGREED UPON BY THE
aI ITnsffurfONS FOR THE PERIOD THAT SUCH INTERN OR RESIDENT
U S/'td" VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL, 1C) TAX ON EMPLOYERS
C$ATSR "21 OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954, //26 USC
/ APPtCABLt, AND IN ADDITION, IDI AN AMOUNT TO COVER A PRO
P THE CUST OF EXPENSE OF SUCH CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY.
PA' 04W THE ADMINISTRATOR TO SUCH CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE
COVER t1e COST OF HOSPITALIZATION, MEDICAL CARE, OR LIFE
R OTHER ENPLOYEE BNMIEFITS SIALL BE IN LIFU OF ANY BENEFITS OF
TWIiCH SUCI INTERN OR RESIDENT MAY SE ENTITLED UNDER THE
r TitU- 5, AND THE ACCEFTANC! OF STIPENDS AND EMPLOYEE
FROM THE DESIGNATED CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY SHALL
AI*bt# A AIVER BY THE RECIPIENT OF ANY CLAIM IE MIGHT HAVE TO ANY
MET OrSTIPENDS OR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TO WHICH HE MAY BE ENTITLED UNDER
V. LE" ORf TITLF 5. //5 USC 101 ET SEQ.// NOTWITHSTANDING THE
-A*l PERIOD O1 SERVICE OF ANY SUCH INTERN OR RESIDENT IN A
MaNISTRATION HOSPITAL SHALL BE DEEMED CREDITABLE SERVICE FOR
Z.OP SECTION 8332 OF TITLE 5. /fSO STAT. 567.// THE AGREEMENT
APlR POVID! THAt THE DESIGNATED CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY
4 LL APPROPRIATE DEDUCTIONS FROM THE STIPEND OF EACH INTERN AND
R LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL TAXES, MAINTAIN ALL RECORDS





1248


PERTINENT THERETO AND MAKE PROPER DEPOSITS THEREOF, A191 STAT. 1944fl.
SHALL MAINTAIN ALL RECORDS PERTINLNT4 TO THE LEAVE ACCWRED W AIC4*jIIW
AND RESIDENT FOR TSE PERIOD DURING KNCIH HE 493 Vg-IM A PAhSI tPahS'6
HOSPITAL, INCLUDING A VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL', SUCH Liqu'MIM
BE POOLED, AND THE INTERN OR RESIDENT NAY BE AFFORIDEO 4EAVE BY TE
HOSPITAL IN WHICH HE IS SERVING AT TIE TINE THE LEAVE IS 4OSBEMMSE|iThSm
EXTENT OF HIS TOTAL ACCUMULATED LEAVE, WHETHER OR NOT EW* v4T THE
HOSPITAL IN WHICH HE IS SERVING AT THE TIME THE LEAVE IS TOS: -AFFORE.'8
AND
13 BY ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING 4S q1flcTpauN
"ME) THE PROGRAM OF TRAINING PRESCRIBED BY THE ADIUNIS41&1130t1
TO QUALIFY A PERSON FOR THE POSITION. OF .FULL-TIME PHYSICIAN'S-14
DENTIST'S ASSISTANT SHALL BE CONSIDERED A FULL-TIME I4SSJUJl(O
FOR PURPOSES OF CHAPTER 34 OF THIS TITIE. THE:. ADM0NI STRA5Q matd
TRAINING FOR SUCH A- POSITION TO SE ONA. LESS THAN FULL HE..
PURPOSES OF SUCH CHAPTER WHEN THE COMBINED CLASSROOM (AND oTH 4
INSTRUCTION) PORTION OF THE PROGRAM AND THE ON-THE-JOS0 TRAINING .1
THE PROGRAM TOTAL LESS THAN 30 HOURS PER WEEK.". A/60 STAT-. 121 9
186. 38 USC 1651.// .. 'r TO
SEC. 207. SECTION 4116 OF TITLE 38. UNITED STATES CODE, ztiusWiiMq
41) BY AMENDING SUBSECTION IA) S1 READ AS FOLLOWS J14.Af.j
REMEDY- Z/80 STAT. 307./1 *"ti --
N1i) AGAINST THE UNITED STATES PROVIDED BY SEC.TIOLNS.144%St.iWgg
2672 OF TITLE 28, OR 1/62-STAT. 933. 80 STAf. 349.fl
"121 THROUGH PROCEEDINGS FOR COMPENSATION OR OTHER BpmF4TL.R-II
THE UNITED STATES AS PROVIDED BY ANY OTHER 'LAt, Et41" 1WtWpoil
AVAILABILITY OF SUCH BENEFITS PRECLUDES A REMEDY W iIER SEG4WM 1344I
B) OR 2672 OF TITLE 28, t) 9
FOR DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATUtrALLEGLY A*ttilii ':-
IALPRACTICE OR NEGLIGENCE OF A PHYSICIAN, DENTIST,. N$4t2, ;PHVSI ttmS
ASSISTANT, DENTISTS' ASSISTANT, PHARMACIST, OR PARAMWICGA1 F1R IsRE N
MEDICAL AND DENTAL TECHNICIANS, NURSING. ASSISTANT^p!*,MATHERMftISTT O
OTHER SUPPORTING PERSONNEL IN FURNISHING MEDICAL CARE.O TREATRI.B.,4qSlIw
IN THE EXERCISE OF HIS DUTIES IN OR FOR THE DEPARTMENT QF MEdI$01E '49
SURGERY SHALL HEREAFTER BE EXCLUSIVE OF ANY OTHER CIVIL ACTION OD
PROCEEDING BY REASON OF THE SAME SUBJECTT MATTER AGAINST SUCH PWYICIA#
DENTIST, NURSE, PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANT. DENTISTS' ASSISTANT1 !PHARa"!ISTTWr1R
PARAMEDICAL OR OTHER SUPPORTING PERSONNEL (OR HIS ESTATE) ,wHQk a Q.A"
OMISSION GAVE RISE TO SUCH CLAIM.dI ,**
121 BY STRIKING OUT, THE LAST SENTENCE IN SUBSEGTION1 ICAk4I>
INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF THE FOLLOWING: /17O STAT. IIS6S// !A-EA
REMOVAL THE UNITED STATES SHALL HAVE AVAILABLE ALL DEFENSES TrA. "IH4
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN ENTITLED IF THE ACTION HAN OWIGINALLY.M
COMMENCED AGAINST THE UNITED STATES. SHOULAA flWITED ATASj
DISTRICT COURT DETERMINE ON A HEARING ONfA MOTION Tq RtNAIia SqA
BEFORE A TRIAL ON THE MERITS THAT THE EMPLOYEE WHOSE ACT OR QSUSS4
GAVE RISE TO THE SUIT WAS NOT ACTING WITHIN .THE SCOPE OF HIS A!OFR
OR EMPLOYMENT, THE CASE SHALL BE REMANDED TO THE STATE OiTd4i.pAfi






1249


fllw WI -4. ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBSECTION:
1deb flWRbINISTRATOR MAY, TO THE EXTENT HE DEEMS APPROPRIATE, HOLD
lill UHMWl*Wt U*ROV LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR ANY PERSON TO WHOM THE
lSSEiTY PR(ISIONS OF THIS SECTION APPLY (AS DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (AD
VIw f-sEmOtto FOR :DAMAGE FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, OR FOR PROPERTY
GfrsEt IGWTL Y CAUSED BY SUCH PERSON WHILE FURNISHING MEDICAL CARE OR
TZNE.: .NTtWNCL.UDIN6 THE CONDUCt' OF CLINICAL STUDIES OR INVESTIGATIONS IN
79 EOfldE Op HIS DUTIES IN OR FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND
S4RSERY 1IF SUCH PERSON IS ASSIGNED TO A FOREIGN COUNTRY, DETAILED TO
SnT7 01IIOLITTCAL DIVISION THEREOF, OR IS ACTING UNDER ANY OTHER
CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH WOULD PRECLUDE THE REMEDIES OF AN INJURED THIRD PERSON
ACM54SI'PIE UNITED STATES, 1/47 STAT. 194/f PROVIDED BY SECTIONS 1346(93
AMP 2672 OF TITLE 28, FOR SUCH DAMAGE OR INJURY.". //62 STAT. 633. 80
45tcu;O. SECTION 4117 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED TO
REMRAU^ POLLOWSS
tibTH WSMINISV*ATOR MAY ENTER INTO CONTRACTS WITH MEDICAL SCHOOLS,
CL: -.#` AND ANY OTHER GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL CAPABLE OF FURNISHING SUCH
StbI LS TO PROVIDE SCARCE MEDICAL SPECIALIST SERVICES AT VETERANS'
AqONftStITTON FACILITIES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, SERVICES OF
PHV~tttaiS, DENTISTS, NURSES, PHYSICIANS' ASSISTANTS, DENTISTS'
ASSIiNS, TECHNICIANS, AND OTHER MEDICAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL 3U.* //10
ST tllfl.t/ *:'
.r t :' TITLE I3-*MENOMSNTS TO CHAPTER 81 OF TITLE
N: 1~-^4Ag UNITED STATES CODE-ACQUISITION AND
anft;OTsr. OFERATIOU OF HOSPITAL AND COMICILIARY
'IWA.- PACtLI'TIES: PROCUREMENT
bt '"''-AND SUPPLY
W 3:W'6.(S AI SUBSkTION (A) OF SECTION 5001 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES
a- s *~S4S DED BY-- //72 STAT. 1251; 79 STAT. 1157.//
-'"uii STRIKING OUT THE PERIOD AT THE END OF PARAGRAPH (2) AND
zntERT INw IN LIEU THEREOF A COMMA AND THE FOLLOWING: "AND THE
ADMINISTRATOR SHALL STAFF AND MAINTAIN, IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO
JwSUb'tTHE IMMEDIATE ACCEPTANCE AND TIMELY AND COMPLETE CARE OF
4V1W010lTS, SUFFICIENT BEDS AND OTHER TREATMENT CAPACITIES TO
I; ..p,, An, AND PROVIDE SUCH CARE TO, ELIGIBLE VETERANS APPLYING
1W AilOPVItSSION AND FOUND TO BE IN NEED OF HOSPITAL CARE OR MEDICAL
I~ aSEA ICES. THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL MAINTAIN THE BED AND TREATMENT
_CAPACITIES OF ALL VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION MEDICAL FACILITIES SO AS
: :"* `f46VINitURE THE ACCESSIBILITY AND AVAILABILITY OF SUCH BEDS AND
H !! TREATMENT -CAPACITIES TO ELIGIBLE VETERANS IN ALL STATES AND TO
I tINIMEE DELAYS IN ADMISSIONS AND IN THE PROVISION OF SUCH CARE AND
,,WOF SERVICES PURSUANT TO SECTION 612 OF THIS TITLE. THE CHIEF
: NICAL DIRECTOR SHALL PERIODICALLY ANALYZE AGENCYWIDE ADMISSION
POLICIES AND THE RECORDS OFrTHOSE ELIGIBLE VETERANS WHO APPLY FOR
in ."HOSPITAL CARE AND MEDICAL SERVICES BUT ARE REJECTED OR NOT
irhrIMIEDIATELY ADMITTED OR PROVIDED SUCH CARE OR SERVICES, AND THE
OGITAbOMItSTRATOR SHALL ANNUALLY ADVISE TOE HOUSEE AND SENATE COMMITTEES

























*Vloi 0-i6-5






1250 -


ON VETERANS-' AFFAIRS OF THE, REULTS OF ,SCH MAN4L14 asN
OF ANY ADDITIONAL BEDS: AND TREATMENT CAPACITE:A450 ME
STAFFING AND FUNDS THEREFORE R FUMD .NECEASMY T. IET .M.a M
SUCH VETERANS FAX SUCH NECESSARY CARE AMPI: SMNOVI& it4
(2) STRIKING OUT IN THE FIRST SENTENCEIVF R4PCARAS UiM
AUTHORIZED TO AND INSERTING IN L4EU THEREOF SN4M%.4M t
STRIKING OUT FOUR THOUSAND EDS ND 10 IM5eRhI94, T i1R
"EIGHT THOUSAND BEDS IN THE .FISCAL YEAR ENfING OWNE 340 !W%4~frMy
EACH FISCAL YEAR THEREAFTER",. 4 P i. 'I
(I) SUBSECTION IBM OF SECTION 5001 OF SUCH TITLE IS
FOLLOWS: 4:, 'mAP:I tff )Ju .
Kint HOSPITALS, DCMICILIARIES. AND OTHER MEDICAL FAIRL ITZ*PflAin
THE ADMINISTRATOR IINCLUDING NURSING HONE FACILITIES FqIK wI .
ADMINISTRATOR CONTRACTS UNDER SECTION 620 OF THIS TITLE) SHALL.
l/78 STAT. 500.// EARTHQUAKE, AND OTHER NATURAL GiSABTa.Et
CONSTRUCTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARDS WHICH THE AD6l'eTra
PRESCRIBE ON A STATE OR REGIONAL BASIS- AFTER SURVEYING A~MORBI
AND LOCAL LAWS, ORDINANCES, AND BUILDING COOES AND CLIIATAC ADS
CONDITIONS PERTINENT TO EACH SUCH FACILITY. EI AM, EXS JINF TwPZ
PURCHASED, IT SHILL BE REMODELED TO CONPLV WITH THE PEJUIRftE*WEV5x A
THE FIRST SENTENCE OF THIS SUBSECTION. Ill? STAT. 195/ IN 4RDER i
OUT THIS SUBSECTION, THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL APPOINT AN AMVI05 9ff
ON STRUCTURAL SAFETY OF VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION FACILITIGi.,.
SHALL SERVE AT LEAST ONE :iARCHITECT AND ONE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
FIRE, EARTHQUAKE, AND OTHER NATURAL DISASTER RESIStANCE WIH KG.
EMPLOYEES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. TO ADVISE HIIPtI A44-. ,..
STRUCTUPAL SAFETY IN THE CONSTRUCTION. AND REMODELING Is
ADMINISTRATION FACILITIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE. REOUIREMENT, 7F
SUBSECTION, AND WHICH SHALL APPROVE REGULATIONS PRESCRIBSED_ g
THE ASSOCIATE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR, THE CHIEF MEDICAL IwS.
DESIGNEE, AND-THE VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION OFF ICIAL CQAflEW yT1YO
RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE EX OFFICIO HIM0IPS' ||fws)It
COMMITTEE muim.
1C) SECTION 5001 OF SUCH TITLE IS FURTHER AMIBlED" BY W
FOLLOWING NEW SUBSECTION: //72 STAT. 1251; 79 STAT. 457- 35 1.s
"IGE THE ADMINISTRATOR MAY MAKE CO#TRIBUTIONSL TO LOCAL i46
TOWARD, OR FOR, THE CONSTRUCTION OF TRAFFIC CONTROLS. ROAp. "
CR OTHER DEVICES ADJACENT TO VETERANS' ADMINISTRATIOINtEoC
WHEN DEEMED NECESSARY FOR SAFE INGRESS OR EGRESS.". JMii lp
SEC. 302. CHAPTER SI OF TITLE 38. UNITED STATES CUOE.c IS lffiEy
//72 STAT. 1251; 60 STAT. 1373.// Ii
(1i BY ADDING AT THE END OF SUBCHAPTER 1 THo"FOLLONgl*E
SECTION: . . . . . .
*- 5007. PARTIAL RELINQUISNEMT OF LEGISLATIVE JURhSi|
"THE ADMINISTRATOR, ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED STATES. NAY RLJ 1
THE STATE IN WHICH ANY LANDS OR INTERESTS THEREIN WIPER HI; SURPRISE
CONTROL ARE SITUATED, SUCH MEASURE OF, LEGISLATIVE JURISPICTIONMWER SV|
LANDS OR INTERESTS AS IS NECESSARY TO ESTABLISH CONCURBET J4M.U. 11103


: . 14-






1251



Bu-Mm THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE STATE CONCERNED. SUCH PARTIAL
0UISHMENT OF LEGISLATIVE JURISDICTION SHALL BE INITIATED BY FILING A
tei nREw WITH THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE CONCERNED, OR IN SUCH OTHER
HNES AS NAY BE PRESCRIBED BY THE LAWS OF SUCH STATE, AND SHALL TAKE
1 5m U P ACCEPTANCE VY SUCH STATE..;
121 BY INSERTING IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE FIRST SENTENCE IN
^'U SUBSECTION (AI OP SECTION 5012 THEREOF THE FOLLOWING: 'ANY LEASE
OADE PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION TO ANY PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT
4 ORGANIZATION WAY BE MADE WITHOUT REGARD TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION
--r**if-lt9 OF THE REVISED STATUTES 141 U.S.C. 5. NOTWITHSTANDING SECTION
1 ,321 SF THE ACT ENTITLED 'AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE
IEGCSLATIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE
;r o 30. 933. AM FOR OTHER PURPOSES,' APPtOVED JUNE 36, 1932 140 U.S.C.
301999 //4f STAT. 412.1/ OR AUY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW. A LEASE MADE
PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION TO ANY PUBLIC OR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
Ib A4V PROVIDE FOR THE MAINTENANCE, PROTECTION, OR RESTORATION. BY THE
V LESSEE. OF" THE PROPERTY LEASED. AS A PART OR ALL OF THE
CONSIDERATION FOR THE LEASE. PRIOR TO THE EXECUTION OF ANY SUCH
lEASE. THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL GIVE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC NOTICE OF HIS
IEIhhWZON TO DO SO IN THE NEWSPAPER OF THE COMMUNITY IN WHICM THE
SAMDS ON BUILDINGS" TO BE LEASED ARE LOCATED."; AND
(31 BY INSERTING IN THE TABLE OF SECTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF
SIWN CHAPTER
-PARTIAL RELINQUISHMENT OF LEGISLATIVE JURISDICTION.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER
*506. PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY THE NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED
VlWX4M'OEft SOLDIERS."*.
TftCc. 303. SECTION 50531AI OF TITLE 36. //80 STAT. 1374./I UNITED
STa*S CODE* IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT *OR MEDICAL SCHOOLS- AT THE
aEtBmGNB OF THE MATERIAL CONTAINED IN PARENTHESES, AND BY INSERTING
NfEIATELY AFTER THE CLOSE PARENTHESIS THE WORDS 'OR MEDICAL SCHOOLS OR
CbEL4CWS. //B? STAT. 195/1/ 117 STAT. 1961/
TITLE IV-MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS TO TITLE
386 UNITED STATES CODE
SE0C. 401. SECTION 230183 OF TITLE 36, UNITED STATES CODE. IS AMENDED
*V STRIKING OUT 'JULY 3. 1974' AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF -JUNE 30,
lfl% 1684 STAT. 4317.//
SEC. 402-iAb SECTION 234 OF TITLE 36, UNITED STATES'CODE. IS AMENOFD BY
ISRTING IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE WORDS 'TELEPHONES FOR- THE FOLLOWING:
NMINPEDICAL DIRECTORS OF CENTERS, HOSPITALS, INDEPENDENT CLINICS,
SOMICILIARIES. ANir. 1172 STAT. 1117.11
W(E THE TABLE OF SECTIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF CHAPTER 3 OF SUCH TITLE
Z MENDED BY STRIKING OUT *234. TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR MEDICAL OFFICERS-.
ANMDIhSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF -234. TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR MEDICAL
OFFICERS AND FACILITY DIRECTORS.'.
( IC) THE CATCHLINE AT THE BEGINNING OF SECTION 234 OF SUCH TITLE IS
ARMENDD BY INSERTING IMMECIATELY AFTER THE WORD -OFFICERS' THE WORDS -AND
FAClLI TV DIRECTORS'.







1252



SEC. 403.A3 SECTION 641 OF TITLE 38 UNITED STATES CODE, IS AGUWB:EP
BY-- //83 STAT. 836.//
(13 STRIKING OUT IN CLAUSE 111 *3.s500 AND INSERTING 1N BIt
THEREOF -4.5O- 4
(2) STRIKING OUT IN CLAUSE (2) 0S50 AND INSERTING IN LIe THIRtop

131 STRIKING OUT IN CLAUSE 31 "ST.50" AND INSERTING IN LIt
THEREOF "5l0"; AND
(43 INSERTING IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE WORDS *VETERAN OF AWY WARE
THE FOLLOWING: OR OF SERVICE AFTER JANUARY 31, "1955.
(B8 SECTION 6441B) OF SUCH TITLE IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT S0 PER
CENTUMW AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF 065 PER CENTUM". //38 USC 644.11
(C) SECTION 5033(A) OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE. IS AMENDED By
STRIKING OUT NINE AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF *FOURTEEN". //8OtSTAT.
448.//
D1 PARAGRAPH (11 OF SECTION 5034 OF TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE. IS
AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT NONE AND ONE-HALF BEDS- AND INSERTING IN LIEU
THEREOF "TWO AND ONE-HALF BEDS." //79 STAT. 1157.// p
(E) SUBSECTIONS (A)119, (BJ21, AND (03 OF SECTION 5035 OF SUCI TITLE
ARE AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT 50 PER CENTUM- WHEREVER IT APPEALS THEREIN
AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF 065 PER CENTUMN. //78 STAT. 502-1/ f/38
STAT. 5035.//
(F) SECTION 5036 OF SUCH TITLE IS AMENDED BY STRIKING OUT 0!1 PER
CENTUM- AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF 065 PER CENTUM". /438 STAT. 5GS6M
//87 STAT. 196//
TITLE V-EFFECTIVE DATES
SEC. 501. THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE TIE FIRST
DAY OF THE FIRST CALENDAR MONTH FOLLOWING THE DATE OF ENACTMENT, EECNPT
THAT SECTIONS 105 AND 106 SHALL BE EFFECTIVE ON JANUARY 1. 1971 1/DiANT
P. 183.1/ SECTION 107 SHALL BE EFFECTIVE JULY 1 1973; ANTET, P. 184J1-
AND SECTION 203 SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE BEGINNING THE FIRST PAY PERIOD
FOLLOWING THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF ENACTMENT OF THIS ACT. //ANTE. A.
188.//
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY:
HOUSE REPORT NO. 93 368 ACCOMPANYING H. R. 9048 1COM ON
VETERANS' AFFAIRS).
SENATE REPORT NO. 93 54 (COMM. ON VETERANS' AFFAIRla.,
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, VOL. 119 119731:
MAR. 6, CONSIDERED AND PASSED SENATE. JULY 17, CONSIDERED AND
PASSED HOUSE, AMENDED,
IN LIEU OF H. R. 8048. JULY 19, SENATE AGREED TO HOUSE
AMENDMENT.
WEEKLY COMPILATION OF PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS, VOL. 9, NO. 31s
AUG. 2, PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT.










|:ITEM 13**

440L 3 3:; 87 STAT. 197
ikfTROL ACT OF 1913.
*. ... ..... 93RO CONGRESS. fI R. 8152
VrUt.fl AUGUST 0. 1973
ham bmoa* TITLE I OF TIE OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS
|> J ;) StxOpF: 148 TO IMPROVE LAM ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND FOR
.PSPOSlES.
IMtlC':bTfl BY' THE SENATE AND fMISE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED
il'JMlICA IN CONGMRSS ASSEMBLED. THAT THIS ACT WAY BE CITED AS THE
O/F 1973STAT. 11
IT TITE I OF THE OMNI BUS" CAINE CONTXIL AND SAFE STREETS ACT OF
j iS ANfhOEO TO READ AS FOLLOWS. /18 STATe 197; 84 STAT. 181. 42
a ".- TITLE I-LAM- ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE
N : .q DECLARATION AND PURPOSE
S FINDS THAT THE HIGH INCIDENCE OF CRIME IN THE UNITED STATES
pE THE PEACE. SECURITY. AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE NATION AND ITS
iZEIw ""TO REDUCE ND PREVENT CRIME AND JUVENILE DELINQUFNCY. AND TO
X TIGREATER SAFETY OF THE PEOPLE. LAM ENFORCEMENT AWC CRIMINAL
1U" EFFORTS MUST BE BETTER-COORDINATED, INTENSIFIED, AND MADE MORE
win: A ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT.
: 001RSS :FINDS FURTHER THAT CRIME IS ESSENTIALLY A LOCAL PROBLEM THAT
DEALT MITH BY STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IF IT IS TO BE
TI O EFFECTIVELY.
Ff.. Trfl THE DECLARED POLICY OF THE CONGRESS TO ASSIST STATE
HJP~^ CaBHME IN STRENGTHENING AND -IMPROVING LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
...JUSTICE AT EVERY LEVEL BY NATIONAL ASSISTANCE. IT IS THE PURPOSE
EIs 1r' TL* TO (11 ENCOURAGE STATES AND UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL
:SSSl TO DEVELOP : AND ADOPT COMPREHENSIVE PLANS BASED UPON THEIR
fIfl0 UPC STATE AND 'OCAL PROBLEMS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT ANS CRIMINAL
JUSTICEt Cl) AUTHORIZE GRANTS TO STATES AND UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN
WANp;s 1mRE AND STRECTNEN LAM ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE; AND
1 3ESQGEB AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTED TOWARD THE IMPROVEMENT OF
Aia FCEMEa t AMD CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW METHODS
U TIE PREVENTION AND REDUCTION OF CRIME AND THE DETE CTION,
AULHENSS. AND REI-ABILITATION OF CRIMINALS.
E: q:.,A--LAM ENUSRCE9ENT ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION
I 5 JudC IlbtAS TIER! IS HEREBY ESTABLISHED WITH IN THE DEPARTMENT OF
AN PI Iwa 0 W kER THE GENERAL AUTHORITY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. A LAW
S 'Er ASSISTANCE ADMIMI STRATIUON I HEREINAFTES REFERRED TO IN THIS
1Wt! AS 'ADMINISTRATION' I COMPOSED OF AN AMIN ISTRATOR OF LAM ENFORCEMENT
A ISACE AND TO DEPoTVADIIN iSTmRATORS- OF LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE. MHO
Sfl.SBLEjAWIMNTED By THE PRESIDENT. BY AND WITH TIE ADVICE AND CONSENT OF
III 5a" TIE ASPISISTRATOR SMALL. BE THE i HEMA OF THE AGENCY. ONE DEPUTY






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ADMINISTRATOR SHALL BE DESIGNATED THE DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FOR PmOL"IC
DEVELOPMENT. THE SECOND DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR SHALL BE DESIGNATED THEI
DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FOR ADMINISTRATION.
"PART B-PLANNING GRANTS -
NSFC. 201. IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS PART TO ENCOURAGE STATES AH'
UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO DEVELOP AND ADOPT COMPREHENSIVE LAM
ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANS BASED ON THEIR EVALUATION OF STTEW
AND LOCAL PROBLEMS OF LAN ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
"SEC. 202. //87 STAT. 19811 THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL MAKE GRANTS TO
THE STATES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF STATE LAM 101O1 EN11T
AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING AGENCIES (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO IN THIS
TITLE AS STATE PLANNING AGENCIES'VIFOR THE PREPARATION. OEVELOP~NT.A,
REVISION OF THE STATE PLAN REQUIRED UNDER SECTION 303 OF THIS TITLE. 34 "mW
STATE MAY MAKE APPLICATION TO THE ADMINISTRATION FOR SVC" GRANTS RWMIN
SIX MONTHS OF THE DATE OF ENACTMENT OF THIS ACT. -
'SEC. 203. (A) A GRANT MADE UNDER THIS PART TO A STATE SALLtBgp
UTILIZED BY THE STATE TO ESTABLISH-AND MAINTAIN A STATE PLANNING AGENCY.
SUCH AGENCY SHALL BE CREATED OR DESIGNATED BY THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE
STATE AND SHALL BE SUBJECT TO HIS JURISDICTION. THE STATE PLANNING ENAGCV
AND ANY REGIONAL PLANNING UNITS WITHIN THE STATE SHALL, WITHIN -hfHJl
RESPECTIVE JURISDICTIONS, BE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE LAW ENFORCEMEIVIS AM
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES, UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, AM PUPLIS
AGENCIES MAINTAINING PROGRAMS TO REDUCE AND CONTROL CRIME ANS MAY INCLU
REPRESENTATIVES OF CITIZEN, PROFESSIONAL. AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIUIS.1
THE REGIONAL PLANNING UNITS WITHIN THE STATE SHALL BE COMPRISES 91 A
MAJORITY OF LOCAL ELECTED OFFICIALS. om
"1B) THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY SHALL-
wil1 DEVELOP* IN ACCORDANCE WITH PART C. A CONPREIE:StVE
STATEWIDE PLAN FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF LAN ENFORCEMENT AND CR1MWiXsi
JUSTICE THROUGHOUT THE STATE;
1f21 DEFINE, DEVELOP. AND CORRELATE PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS FOW TH6
STATE AND THE UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE STATE Ot
COMBINATIONS OF STATES OR UNITS FOR IMPROVEMENT IN LAW ENFORCMIN1
AND CRIMINAL JLSTICE; AND
0131 ESTABLISH PRIORITIES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT IN LAN !NFORCOMgMt,
AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE THROUGHOUT THE STATE. :: |
0C) THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY SHALLWMAKE SUCH ARRANGEMENTS AS&SUs
AGENCY DEEMS NECESSARY TO PROVIDE THAT AT LEAST 40 PER CENTS OF 'L-
FEDERAL FUNDS GRANTED TO SUCH AGENCY UNDER THIS PART FOR AMY FISCAL: A
WILL BE AVAILABLE TO UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR COMuINATIONS OF
SUCH UNITS TO ENABLE SUCH UNITS AND COWBIMNTIONS OF SUCH UNITS TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE FORMULATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE STATE PLAN REWUSIR
UNDER THIS PART. THE ADMINISTRATION MAY WAIVE THIS REQUIREMENT* ItSIt0I EP
OR IN PART. UPON A FINDING THAT THE REQUIREMENT IS INAPPROPRIATE IN VIEW
OF THF RESPECTIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLAMIKG
RESPONSIBILITIES EXERCISED BY THE STATE AND ITS WITS OF GENERAL LSAL-
GOVERNMENT AND THAT ADHERENCE TO THE REQUIREMENT MOULD NOT CONTRIIUIE T7
TOE EFFICIENT DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE PLAN REQUIRED UNDER THIS PAT. -IN






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iApATIIS fMPSS UNDER" 'THIS SUBSECTION, THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY SHALL
AlHtAN *SR~oloSAJOR CITIES AND COUNTIES WITHIN THE STATE RECEIVE PLANNING
.fiill 0G. EW CO NPIHENS I VE'm PLANS AND COORDINATE FUNCTIONS AT THE LOCAL
flW~rsbMw PORTION OP SUCH 40 "PER CENTUM IN ANY STATE FOR ANY FISCAL YEAR
alN ftwRWSRiFOR TH MePURPOSE SET FORTH IN THIS SUBSECTION SHALL BE
TAPIMt iFOS4EPENOiTURE BY SUCH STATE AGENCY FRUM TIME TO TINE ON DATES
m~flUSP MCM YEAR AS'YHE ADMINISTRATION NAY FIX, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT BY IT
Iue~rnlfEPLAN REQUIRED UNDER itHIS PART.
wl! scIr'> THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY AND ANY OTHER PLANNING ORGANIZATION FOR
Sflts PIIU S-'OPF THE TITLE SHALL MOLD EACH MEETING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
*ClNIVHUIBL~eiSUBTICE OFHE TIME'AND PLACE OF SUCH MEETING, AND THE NATURE
-4hEjRZ SfMhSS TO E TRAUSACTES, IF VINAL ACTION IS TAKEN AT THAT MEETING
IOJ0lb'I#WE STE PLAN, OR (19 ANY APPLICATION FOR FUNDS UNDER THIS TITLE,
4SflTt"tcbA9RlNG AGENCY AM-.ANY OTHER PLANNING ORGANIZATION FOR THE
:inu :lOPITIHE TITLUH SHALL PROVIO'FPOR PU4ltC ACCESS TO ALL RECORDS
ftialm TO ITS FUNCTIONS UNDER THUS ACT, EXCEPT SUCH RECORDS AS ARE
SjREOU.*t SYEOPT- CIPOENTIAL Br ANY OTHER PROVISIONS OF LOCAL, STATE,
on4i.Nfl k:7STAT. W9/f1 f!
'E' PRCe SM. A FEDERAL GRANT AWHORItED UNDER THIS PART SHALL NOT EXCEED
SMelE .u 19 OF THE EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE STATE AND UNITS OF GENERAL
istOCM4S RNtMENT UNDER ThISRPART, AND NAY BE UP'TO 100 PER CENTUM OF THE
AERNSES'INCURREU BY REGIONAL PLANNING UNITS UNDER THIS PART. THE
fl 31f.1l7.R SOINM OP SUtWV EXPENSES 9 SHALL BE OF MONEY APPROPRIATED IN
IfEWB E-a.:. l THE STATE ;OR UtfTS' O0 GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, EXCEPT
TSww.IW TE" SMALL PROVIDE IN VIrE AGGREGATE NOT LESS THAN ONE-HALF OF
4TU LSNUFESWAL FUNDING REQUIRED OF UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT
UaMIBflT..PAmT.e :**:
M':ifla.*. FUNDS APPROPRWATED TO MAKE GRANTS UNDER THIS PART FOR A
PICfl WSR SM.L* BE ALLOCATED BY THE ADMINISTRATION AMONG THE STATES FOR
taC sbYERtN BY TWE STATE PLANNING AGENCY OR UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL
fl6SHE1t.M At -tHE CASE MAY BE. THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL ALLOCATE
415tM.M EACH OF THE STATESl AND IT SHALL THEM ALLOCATE THE REMAINDER
m.SUC P FPNDS AVAILABLE ANONS-- THE STATES ACCORDING TO THFIR RELATIVE
4Wglft&1 I~-WN ..* ***
: "PART C-GRANTS FOR LAW ENFORC6EMNT'PURPOSES
afl5t UI.01*. IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS PART TO ENCOURAGE STATES AND
I WISS f GSNAL LOCAL.GOVERNMENT TO CARRY OUT PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS TO
:I **6W .A'W STRECTHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
'ALWMBIUB: AONINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE GRANTS TO STATES HAVING
%MfIUN4ShIVE :STATE PLANS APPROVED BY IT UNOER THIS PART, FORS
I: UAI~tr'Y4 PUBLIC PROTECTION, INCLUDING THE DEVELOPMENT, DEMONSTRATjON,
c in B:ALSTION,% IMPLEMENT ATW ON AND PURCHASE OF METHODS, DEVICES,
Si,"'LfC.ILITlt5s AID EQUIPMENT DESIGNED TO IMPROVE AND STREGTHEN LAW
P 2~i*ENPSOUTEMN ANO CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND REDUCE CRIME IN PUBLIC AND
Pu, EWlhffE PLACES.is
JA itTd, IZi TUE RECRUITING OP LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
C*EWSSaMEC AND THE TRAINING OF" PERSONNEL IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
~1cRS~fUAL JUSTIVEs






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1(31 PUBLIC EDUCATION : RELATING TO CRIME PREVUNT1IBftJffu
ENCOURAGING RESPECT FOR LAW AND ORDER, INCLUDING EDUCATfONR4GI( A
IN SCHOOLS AND- PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE PUBLIC UNBERSTANDINt ok1 4Wl
COOPERATION WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASENCSUS3J1
0(4i CONSTRUCTING BUILDINGS OR OTHER PHYSICAL FACJLTIft5S iCjg.'
WOULD FULFILL OP IMPLEMENT THE PURPOSE OF THIS SECTION, INUWSWWbV, rA
LOCAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES, CENTERS FOR THE TREATMENT OP'NICWWVQ
ACDICTS, AND TEMPORARY COURTROOM FACILITIES IN AREAS -aRMIHKrIC XftOl
INCIDENCE. -
"(5) THE ORGANIZATION, EDUCATION. AND TRAINING OF...SPE... .
ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE UNITS TO COMBAT ORGAN. %W:. QRISEr&li
INCLUDING THE ESTABLISHMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF STATE ORGARlStRB "HW
PREVENTION COUNCILS. THE RECRUITING .AND TRAINING 410 iwf4*00 9V
INVESTIGATIVE AND PROSECUTING PERSONNEL, AND THE 4dttOp$WFbftT
SYSTEMS FOR COLLECTING1 STORING, AND DISSEMINATING 41NTORlW-t1lb
RELATING TO THE CONTROL OF ORGANIZED CRIME. 3 f 4,i ilJ3t
m(6) THE ORGANIZATION, EDUCATION. AND TRAINING OP REGliWAA 't$
ENFORCEMENT A4C CRIMINAL JUSTICE OFFICERS, SPECIAL LAW BWFaNSik rAC
AND CRIMINAL JtSTICE UNITS, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT RESERVE ArrT54S
THE PREVENTION, DETECTION, AND CONTROL FW "'RIOTS AND OTNeCIbLWIr *
CIVIL DISORDERS, INCLUDING THE ACQUISITION OF tIOV OWRU?.'J
EQUIPMENT. rat*'I
*(7) THE RECRUITING, ORGANIZATION, TfAINING, AND *mDUCANlf*WAi
COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICERS TO SERVE KITH AND ASSIST LOCALUNIff tat"T
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES. IN THMS. DTSC 'sROUS*'*
THEIR DUTIES THROUGH SUCH ACTIVITIES AS RECRUITING; ttBTlNSTl.?
200/I IMPROVEMENT OF POLICE-COMMUNITY PATROL ACT ITVMES|W
ENCOURAGEMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD PARTICIPATION IN CRIME PREVENT IOftAM
PUBLIC SAFETY EFFORTS; AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DESIGNED TO IRPRAV
POLICE CAPABILITIES* PUBLIC SAFETY AND THE OBJECTIVES OF "TIt "
SECTION' PROVIDED, THAT IN NO CASE SHALL A GRANT BE RAOE-UNMD3 WISl'S
SUBCATEGORV WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT' OR L0UAL,
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCY. Nt
"(81 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL
FOR ANY UNIT OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR ANY COMBINATION OF SUCH
UNITS WITHIN THE STATE, HAVING A POPULATION OF TWO HUNDRED AND FPFvY
THOUSAND OR MORE, TO ASSURE IMPROVED PLANNING AND COOPOINATUI 0*1"`1
ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACTIVITIES" '
"(9) THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF COMMUNITY-BASED DELINOUST-
PREVENTION AND CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS, EMPHASIZING HALFWAY DWUSEtSAS
OTHER COMMUNITY-BASED REHABILITATION CENTERS FOR INITIAL.
PRECONVICTION OR POST-CONVICTION REFERRAL OF OFFENDERS; EhPAWfED
PROBATIONARY PROGRAMS, INCLUDING PARAPROFESSIONAL AND VOLUNTEER
PARTICIPATION; AND COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERS FOR THE GUIDAUS4C AND
SUPERVISION OF POTENTIAL REPEAT YOUTHFUL OFF1PWERS.
I1101 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INTERSTATE METROPOLITAN REGiONAL
PLANNING UNITS TO PREPARE' AND COORDINATE UNITS TO- PREPRU AN*D
COORDINATE PLANS OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS. AND AIgNCIES






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C(ACERNED IEITH THE REGIONAL PLANNING FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS.
*ICK TDE PORTION OF ANY FEDERAL GRANT WADE UNCER THIS SECTION FOR THE
P1RP0, 1 PARAGRAPH 14) SUBSECTION 133 OF THIS SECTION MAY BE UP TO 50
PER CE'WWI OF THE COST OF THE PROGRAM OR PROJECT SPECIFIED IN THE
APPLICA0 JtN FOR SUCH GRANT. THE PORTION OF ANY FEDERAL GRANT MADE UNDER
THIS SUCtION TO BE USED FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION
MAY BE U01 TO 90 PER CENTUM OF THE COST OF THE PROGRAM OR PROJECT SPECIFIED
IN THE r AtFPLlCATIriN FOR SUCH GRANT. NO PART OF ANY GRANT MADE UNDER THIS
SUCTION F*R THE PURPOSE OF RENTING, LEASING. OR CONSTRUCTING BUILDINGS OR
OTnE. uHvsicAL FACILITIES SHALL BE USED FOR LAND ACQUISITION. IN THE CASE
OF A GANS? UNDER THIS SECTION TO AN INDIAN TRIBE CR OTHER ABORIGINAL
GROUP. If THE ADMINISTRATION DETERMINES THAT THF TRIBE OR GROUP DOES NOT
HAVE SUFFICIENT FUNDS AVAILABLE TO MEET THE LOCAL SHARE OF THE COST OF ANY
PROG&RA 0R PROJECT TO BE FUNDED UNDER THE GRANT, THE ADMINISTRATION MAY
INCREASE# THE FEDERAL SHARE OF THE COST THEREOF TO THE EXTENT IT DEEMS
NECESSARtY. THF NON-FEDERAL FUNDING OF THE COST OF ANY PROGRAM OR PROJECT
TO BE MUNCED BY A GRANT UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL BE OF MONEY APPROPRIATED
IN THE AGGREMTE. BY STATE OR INDIVIDUAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT. FOR THE
PURPOSE OF, THE SHARED FUNDING OF SUCH PROGRAMS OR PROJECTS.
*10:1 NOT MQRE THAN ONE-THIRD OF ANY GRANT MADE UNDER THIS SECTION MAY
BE EXPENDED FOR THE COMPENSATION OF PCLICE AND OTHER REGULAR LAW
ENFORCEIWIT AMC CRIMINAL JUSTICE PERSONNEL. THE AMOUNT OF ANY SUCH GRANT
EXPENDED FOR THE COMPENSATION OF SUCH PERSONNEL SHALL NOT EXCEED THE
AMOUNT DF`,,TAT! OR LOCAL FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE TO INCREASE SUCH
COUNPENATI KL. THE LIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN THIS SUBSECTION SHALL NOT
APPLY 1 0T1E COPPENSATIDN OF PERSONNEL FOR TIME ENGAGED IN CONDUCTING OR
UNDERGOING TRAINING PROGRAMS OR TO THE COMPENSATION OF PERSONNEL ENGAGED
IN IESR*ZRC. DEVELOPMENT. DEMONSTRATION OR OTHER SHflRT-TERM PROGRAMS. **
SEC. 302. ANY STATE DESIRING TO PARTICIPATE IN THE GRANT PROGRAM UNDER
THIS PANT SHALL ESTABLISH A STATE PLANNING AGENCY AS DESCRIBED IN PART B
OF THIjSiITLE. AND SHALL WITHIN SIX MONTHS AFTER APPROVAL OF A PLANNING
GRANT UDER -PART SUBMIT TO THE ADMINISTRATION THROUGH SUCH STATE
PLANNING AGENCY A COMPREHENSIVE STATP PLAN DEVELOPED PURSUANT TO PART B OF
THIS TIftE. 1187 STAT. 201/1
"SEC. 103.rA I THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL MAKE GRANTS UNDER THIS TITLE TO
A STATE P'LANNEING AGENCY IF SUCH AGENCY HAS ON FILE WITH THE ADMINISTRATION
AN APPROfED COMPREHENSIVE STATE PLAN INOT MORE THAN ONE YEAR IN AGE) WHICH
CONFORMS W14TH THE PURPOSES AND REQUIREMENTS OF THIS TITLE. NO STATE PLAN
SHALL BE APPROVED AS COMPREHENSIVE UNLESS THE ADMINISTRATION FINDS THAT
THE PLt ePRmbvDtFS FOR THE ALLOCATION OF ADEQUATE ASSISTANCE TO DEAL WITH
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROBLEMS IN AREAS CHARACTERIZED BY
BOTH HOWN CAINE INCIDENCE AND HIG11 LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
ACTIVI1I9, N0 STATE PLAN SHALL BE APPROVED AS COMPREHENSIVE, UNLESS IT
INCLUDES COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM. WHETHER CR NOT FUNDED UNDER THIS TITLE,
FOD T4 IMPROVEMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE. EACH SUCH PLAN SHALL-
Nil PROVt1E FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF SUCH GIANTS BY THE STATE
PLANNING GENCYB
ANN itbw PGEOIY THAT AT LEAST THE PER CENTUM OF FEDERAL ASSISTANCE






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GRANTED TO THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY UNDER THIS PART FOR ANY FISCAL
YEAR WHICH CORRESPONDS TO THE PER CENTUM OF THE STATE AND LOCAL LAW"..
ENFORCEMENT EXPENDITURES FUNDED AND EXPENDED IN THE IMMEDIATELY"
PRECEDING FISCAL YEAR BY UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT WILL B..
MADE AVAILABLE TO SUCH UNITS OR COMBINATIONS OF SUCH UNITS IN THE
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING FISCAL YEAR FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND :
IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMS OR PROJECTS THE STATE WILL PROVIDE IN THU
AGGREGATE NOT LESS THAN ONE-HALF OF THE NPN-FEDERAL FUNDING. PER .
CENTUM DETERMINATIONS UNDER THIS PARAGRAPH FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
FUNDING AND EXPENDITURES FOR SUCH IMMEDIATELY PRECEEDING FISCAL YEAR,
SHALL BE BASED UPON THE MOST ACCURATE AND COMPLETE DATA AVAILABLE
FOR SUCH FISCAL YEAR OR FOR THF LAST FSICAL YEAR FOR WHICH SUCH 0AYA
ARE AVAILABLE. THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO:
APPROVE SUCH DETERMINATIONS AND TO REVIEW THE ACCURACY ANM
COMPLETENESS OF SUCH DATA;
"(3) ADEQUATELY TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE NEEDS AND REQUESTS OF TH&
UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE. STATE AND ENCOURAGE LOCAL
INITIATIVE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS FOR
IMPROVEMENTS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND PROVIDE TOR
AN APPROPRIATELY BALANCED ALLOCATION OF FUNDS BETWEEN THE STATE AMD..'
THE UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE STATE AND AMONG SUCH :
UNITS;
"(41 PROVIDE FOR PROCEDURES UNDER WHICH PLANS MAY BE SUBMITTED TO
THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY FOR APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL, IN WHOLE Olt
IN PART, ANNUALLY FROM UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR
COMBINATIONS THEREOF HAVING A POPULATION OF AT LEAST TWO HUNDRED AND.
FIFTY THOUSAND PERSONS TO USE FUNDS RECEIVED UNDER THIS PART TO
CARRY OUT A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CONSISTENT WITH THE STATE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN THE JURISDICTION COVERED BY THE PLAN:;..
"(5) INCORPORATE INNOVATIONS AND ADVANCED TECHNIQUES AND -CONTAIN
A COMPREHENSI-VE OUTLINE OF PRIORITIES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT AN0
COORDINATION OF ALL ASPECTS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, ...
DEALT WITH IN THE PLAN, INCLUDING DESCRIPTIONS OF; (Al tENERA `
NEEDS AND PROBLEMS; //87 STAT. 202// (B) EXISTING SYSTEMS; (Ci
AVAILABLE RESOURCES; (I) ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS AND ADMINISTRATIVE
MACHINERY FOR IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN; XE) THE DIRECTION, SCOPE, ANp
GENERAL TYPES CF IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MASE IN THE FUTURE; AND [Fl TO
THE EXTENT APPROPRIATE, THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE PLAN TO OT*IEf
RELEVANT. STATE OR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, PLANS.
AND SYSTEMS;
"(6) PROVIDE FOR EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF EXISTING FACILITIES AND.
PERMIT AND ENCOURAGE UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO COMBINE 13$
PROVIDE FOR COOPERATIVE ARRANGEMENTS WITH RESPECT TO SERVICEStq
FACILITIES, AND EQUIPMENT;
N(71 PROVIDE FOR IRlESlAR AND DEVELOPMENT;
"(8) PROVIDE FOR APPROPRIATE REVIEW OF PROCEDURES OF ACTIONS
TAKEN BY THt STATE PLANNING AGENCY DISAPPROVING AN APPLICATION $O0






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"^^'tXCHBNS AILE AVAILABLE OR TERM INATING OR REFUSING TO CONTINUE
1t.. ASSISTANCE TO UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR
rj: tRBINATIONS OF SUCH UNITS;o
-)9 OUNWONSTRATE THE WILLINGNESS OF THE STATE AND UNITS OF
,,JqNERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO ASSUME THE COSTS OF IMPROVEMENTS FUNDED
r: SI4-iR THIS PART AFTER A REASONABLE PERIOD OF FEDERAL ASSISTANCE;
",7 (101 DEMONSTRATE TIE WILLINGNESS OF THE STATE TO CONTRIBUTE
U' TtCNITCAL ASSISTANCE OR SERVICES FOR PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
'.1. .>.dTBYPLATED BY THE STATEWIDE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND THE PROGRAMS
AlD PROJECTS CEMTE'IPLATPD BY UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR
CdbS2NATIONS OF SUCH UNITS;
R. .. 4*)Ii SET FORTH POLICIES AND PROCEDURES DESIGNED TO ASSURE THAT
A iinstAt FUNDS FADE AVAILABLE UNDER THIS TITLE WILL BE SO USED AS NOT
.,k UCR SUPPLANT STATE OR LOCAL FUNDS, BUT TO INCREASE THE AMOUNTS OF
th.m. SUC$ FUNDS THAT WOULD IN THE ABSENCE OF SUCH FEDERAL FUNDS BE MADE
AVAILABLE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE;
*%: 1)2t PROVIDE FOR SUCH FUND ACCOUNTING, AUDIT, MONITORING, AND
EfVALULATINCI PROCEDURES AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO ASSURE FISCAL CONTROL,
PROPER MANAGEMENT. AND DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS RECEIVED UNDER THIS
*N11TL); PROVIDE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF SUCH DATA AND INFORMATION,
AM **...: E1131 PROV ION OF SUCH DATA ATU IF MAIN
SASCO.FR TiE SUBMISSION OF SUCH REPORTS IN SUCH NFORM AT SUCH TINES.
N. CONTAINING SUCK DATA AND INFORMATION AS THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE
A.AF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAY REASONABLY REQUIRE TO
EVALUATE PURSUANT TO SECTION 4021CA PROGRAMS TAD PROJECTS CARRIED
OUT UNDER THIS TITLE AND AS THE ADMINISTRATION MAY REASONABLY
, 4QADIRE TO ADMINISTER OTHER PR IV1 11145N OF THIS TITLE;
(14I"PROVIDE FUNDING INCENTIVES TO THOSE UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL
GOVERNMENT THAT COORDINATE OR COMBINE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL
7. JUSTICE FUNCTIONS OR ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SUCH UNITS WITHIN THE
r" STATE FOUL THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL
JUSTICE; AND
411 "1 PROVIDE FOR PROCEDURES THAT WILL INSURE THAT IA) ALL
APPLICATIONSS BY UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR COMBINATIONS
TiIREOF TO THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE SHALL BE
APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED. IN WHOLE OR IN PART, NO LATER THAN NINETY
DAYS AFTER RECEIPT BY THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY. (B) IF NOT
i DISAPPROVED (AND RETURNED WITH THE REASONS FOR SUCH DISAPPROVAL.
IftCUQ: ING THE REASONS FOR THE DISAPPROVAL OF EACH FAIRLY SEVERABLE
A:: -PART7 OF SUCH APPLICATION WHICH IS DISAPPROVED WITHIN NINETY DAYS OF
SUCH APPLICATION, ANY.PART OF SUCH APPLICATION WHICH IS NOT SO
,: *IS4PPROVED SHALL BE DEEMED APPROVED FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS TITLE.
/. SjtB ;TATU 203/1 AND THE STATE PLANNING AGENCY SHALL DISBURSE THE
APPROVED FUNDS TO THE APPLICANT IN ACCORDANCE WITH PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED BY THE ADMINISTRATION, ICJ THE REASONS FOR DISAPPROVAL
OF SUCH APPLICATION OR ANY PART THEREOF, IN ORCER TO BE EFFECTIVE
FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION, SHALL CONTAIN A DETAILED
g EXPLANATION OF THE REASONS FOR WHICH SUCH APPLICATION OR ANY PART










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YEAR AS HE AURIISTRATIOWNlPX
OF W~bGRAMS AND' 'PsaOJtTtd FOR TRU
CRIMNRAL.I JUSTICE AND IN. O
,'1ROuEsET T APPROVAL SHALL fl&IvS AN1''J
X STING FAT TIEWS TH AT SUCH
UNITSOF oIGEE rALITI OF LAW GO0E-T ...... ....
STATE.. NoC AuAROp OP P.1105 WHI:. .. ....
TITLE OIN THE.. VISITS flP POPULATION S.LI .D.....
OR PRJCTMEN dTim. aGNIZAT N' PRONW ci ",III o
(tc I Na PLAN SHALL 10k *rI'ITodve 4 PRM
STATEWIDE PRIOOTIES FOR' TH4E IMPROVE 0 Ry t
OF LAW ENFORCEMENT ARU CRZPANINAL JISCEV I Am p
OF ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT UNi~ptA THIlST
CARE lED OUT UNDER OTHER VEDRALI'
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE IN.h'~e FUTUR. .. .
EXISTING FACILITIES, 1 T 0E UWCOU.-AGES!IEN,100", m T
UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERN-aMmENTv A
THE DESIGN PF INSTITUTIONS AMD FACILZTJST .et 1. 11....9.
RECRUITMENT, ORGAAIPATIONS TRAINING AM VCTIE Wf 01UW 9^ ||..4
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PERSCRNELe..IT S1"ALL THO9~. a
AND CIR RECTIONMA PROGRAMS' AN4D PRTSTIRS IMr
SFEC. 304. STATR PLANNIN I, AGEfttI t$: SMCS" VWAh'
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM UNSIftS oP SenLA CMLE AAL
COMBINATIONS OF SUCH PUNITSE.W. TEANL AEM CV:
SUCH AN APPLICATION I15 IN CC traits IN NP RPO 1 S
301 AND ISI CSAFOiSANCE. WITH" Lit IrI1 SA"tN4t$ ID
ENFORCEMENT PLAN. THE STATE PLACING AGE. IT t IA .... .... .
FUNDS'TO THE APPLICANT".
*SEC. 305m WHIEE A'STATE HAS FAI MA.E. VAI .ACI3PPEIINS
APPROVED UNDER THIS .TITLE NITW'1t tiE tult~
AIDNIWISTRATI6N FOR 53tH PURPOSE. tM !-UOS3 ALL-Cat At10
PARAGRAPH Ili" OP SECTION r306-1AI OF T.::l TI..L
REALLOCATION IT THE AI)MisAISRATO uN 1- PARS
0SEC. 301.IAI THE FUNDS AfkO tft S EACIfl&A a"
UNVEtl THI1S PART SHILL 4E` ALLOCtED BY -TIE ASII A
wi1l EICHflV-F4VE, PER CENITUIOFSCH P90 IM
AOGTHE SATESACRRSVJHEE RSEtv
GRANTS TO STATE PtARWING AG ENCIO. .'atJ
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iX-aWi QfZUONAL AMOUNTS MADE AVAILA8.! BY VIRTUE OF THE APPLICATION OF
I:rTE MOVLSWONS OF SECTIONS 305 AND 509 OF THIS TITLE TO THE GRANT OF
AV )IASTft, MAY, IN THE DISCRETION OF THE ADMINISTRATION, BE
fl-LfllATeO AMONG THE STATES FOR GRANTS TO STATE PLANNING AGENCIES,
PA JtflTS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, COMBINATIONS OF SUCH UNITS OR
*kw PSOIVATe NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, ACCORDING TO THE CRITERIA AND ON
Il EMS AND.CONDITIONS THE ADMINISTRATION DETERMINES CONSISTENT
03 '.W1 HTh4T S TI TLE.
JhwTSgA- MADE FROM FUNDS -AVAILABLE UNDER PARAGRAPH 21 OF THIS SUBSECTION
lAWtS. M~ .7990 PER CENTUM OF THE COST OF THE PROGRAM OR PROJECT FOR WHICH
* SUCH GRANT IS MADE. NO ,ART OF ANY GRANT UNDER SUCH PARAGRAPH FOR THE
PURPOSE OF RENTING, LEASING, OR CONSTRUCTING BUILDINGS OR OTHER PHYSICAL
FIC^bIWfEfS SHALL BE USED FOR LAND ACQUISITION. IN THE CASE OF A GRANT
S MUR4IM"- SCHN ARAfGRAPH TO AN INDIAN TRIME OR OTHER ABORIGINAL GROUP, IF THE
AMIhUMWYtAtION DETERMINES THAT THE TRIBE OR GROUP COES NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT
PWUSSVAEABLE TO MEET THE LOCAL SHARE OF THE COSTS OF ANY PROGRAM OR
PROJECT TO BE FUNDED UNDER THE GRANT, THE ADMINISTRATION MAY INCREASE THE
PDSAtE SMARE OF THE COST THEREOF TO THE EXTENT IT DEEMS NECESSARY. THE
LNUiASVnS ON THE EXPENDITURE OF PORTIONS OF GRANTS FOR THE COMPENSATION
OlPSAmRSONNEL IN SUBSECTION (0 OF SECTION 301 OF THIS TITLE SHALL APPLY TO
ASMOUT UNDER SUCH PARAGRAPH. THE NON-FEDERAL SHARE OF THE COST OF ANY
POSSRANwOR PROJECT TO BE FUNDED UNDER THIS SECTION SHALL BE OF MONEY
AWSPRMh1E* IN THE AGGREGATE BY THE STATE OR UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL
* Vd EtIti. ORt PROVIDED IN THE AGGREGATE BY A PRIVATE NONPROFIT
QUSNSZMU"OR:. THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL MAKE GRANTS IN ITS DISCRETION
ISSMER PARAGRA.1(21 OF THIS SUBSECTION IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO ACCORD
OWI IWIMGNCENTEIVES TO THOSE STATES OR UNITS OF GENERAL
LOCAL GOVERNMENT THAT COORDINATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL
JUSTICE FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SUCH STATES OR UNITS OF
GENORA LOCAL GOVERNMENT THEREOF FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING LAW
ElWCBWMEMT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
* ant IF THE ADMINISTRATION DETERMINES, ON THE BASIS OF INFORMATION
.A&VlU*4AW TO IT DURING ANY FISCAL YEAR, THAT A PORTION OF THE FUNDS
AIlEC. TO A STATE FOR THAT FISCAL YEAR FOR GRANTS TO THE STATE PLANNING
4A635f 'F THErSTATE WILL NOT BE REQUIRED BY THE STATE, OR THAT THE STATE
ML BE UNABLE TO QUALIFY TO RECLIVE ANY PORTION OF THE FUNDS UNDER THE
If.BfuTS OF THIS PART, THAT PORTION SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR
b SiALtOCATEON TO OTHER STATES UNDER PARAGRAPH 111 OF SUBSECTION IA) OF THIS
1br0S7C! : ::T IN MAKING GRANTS UNDER THIS PART, THE ADMINISTRATION AND
fli2TATE PLANNING AGENCY, AS THE CASE NAY BE, SHALL GIVE SPECIAL
e fte WIEREAPPROPRIATE OR FEASIBLE. TO PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS DEALING
Wl~l TI PREVENTION, DETECTION, AND CONTROL OF ORGANIZED CRIME AND OF
E .flSAND OTHER VIOLENT CIVIL DISORDERS.
.. *SEC. 308. EACH STATE PLAN SUBMITTED TO THE ADMINISTRATION FOR
*pVsw UNDER SECTION 302 SHALL BE EITHER APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED. IN
WSWP OR inPART, BY THE ADMINISTRATION NO LATER THAN NINETY DAYS AFTER
TrHSATE OF SUBMISSION. IF NOT DISAPPROVED IAND RETURNED WITH THE REASONS






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FOR SUCH DISAPPROVAL WITHIN SUCH NINETY DVAS UP SUCH APPLICaTT1D0 blh
PLAN SHALL BE DEEMED APPROVED FOR THEPURPOSES OF THIS TITLEs iTE EUtt
FOR DISAPPROVAL OF SUCH PLAN, IN SOURe fl BE EFFECTIVE FOR -10 P0 RPS C
THIS SECTION, SHALL CONTAIN IN EXPLAMAITON OF MHICH fIamfClI
ENUMERATED IN SECTION 302(B1 SUCH PLAN FAILS TO COMPLY WITH, tIt W$
EXPLANATION OF WHAT SUPPORTING NAWENIAL IS. NECESSARY f TH
ADMINISTRATION TO EVALUATE SUCH PLAN. FOR THE PURPOSES OF TH.S SECTIms,
THE TERM 'DATE OF SUBMISSION' MEANS THE DATE ON WHICH A STATE PLNMIHN
THE STATE HAS DESIGNATED AS THE'FINAL STATE PLAN APPLICATION' FION1'WO
APPROPRIATE FISCAL YEAR IS DELIVERED TO THE AMNIMiSTSIfluIIr
*PART 0-TRAINING, EDUCATION, ESEACJH.
DEMONSTRATION AND SPECIAL GRANTS. A.
"SEC. 401. //67 STAT. 205// IT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS PART TO410Um36
FOR AND ENCOURAGE TRAINING, EDUCATION, RESEfARCH AND OEVELOSINUIT FlR'USL m
PURPOSE OF IMPROVING LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND WVSCURAIE
NEW METHODS FOR THE PREVENTION AND REDUCTION OF CRIME, AND TN, iflhCtl'
AND APPREHENSION OF CRIMINALS* I
NSEC. 402. CAl THERE IS ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OP.JVSTZUE'4'q
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IUEW1Aff1i
REFERRED TO IN THIS PART AS INSTITUTEE. THE INSTITUTE SHALL B IE "U1BEI
THE GENERAL AUTHORITY OF THE ADMINISTRATION. THE CHIEF ADMINSttRAEtA
OFFICER OF THE INSTITUTE SHALL BE A DIRECTOR APPOINTED US 'Y* '
ADMINISTRATOR. IT SHALL BE THE PURPOSE OF THE INSTITUTE TO ENG00
RESEARCH AND OEVFLOPMENT TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN LAW ENFORCEWIW rt& -
CRIMINAL JUSTICE, TO DISSENINATE THE RESULTS OF SUCH EFFORTS T SSMAE AMl.
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, AND TO ASSIST IN THE DEVELOPMENT AMD SUPPORT w
PROGRAMS FOR THE TRAINING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL iJUSTICsEt
PERSONNEL.
"(IS THE INSTITUTE IS AUTHORIZED- A'
w(il TO MAKE GRANTS TO. OR ENTER INTO CONTRACTS WITH, PU1l.thS
AGENCIES,' INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION, OR PRIVATE SRN4ANtMTIffNS4
TO CONDUCT RESEASCMH DEMONSTRATIONS, OR SPECIAL PROJECTS PfRT4M014S5 at
TO THE PURPOSES DESCRIBED IN THIS TITLEr INCLUDING THU fVhSWfpSmSI
OF NEW OR IMPROVED APPROACHES, TECHNIQUES, SYSTEMS, EOUtZPMSNEtNSd
DEVICES TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT ASS CaloU tALi
JUSTICE: o-
-121 TO MAKE CONTINUING STblIES AND UNDERTAKE PRUGRAMSIW
915EARCU TO DEVELOP NEW OR IMPROVED APPROACHES, TeCHfIQIfuJE
SYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT, AND DEVICES TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTNU i58
ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITS 10 UP
EFFECTIVENESS OF PROJECTS OR PROGRAMS CARRIED OUT UNDER THEE TWV'.
"(13 TO CARRY OUT PROGRAMS OF BEHAVIORAL RIMARCH 5E5l0*99 a m
PROVIDE MORE ACCURATE INFORMATION ON THE CAUSES OF CRIME A".: ISS-W
EFFECTIVENESS OF VARIOUS MEANS OF PREVENTING CRIME, AND TO EVALUlSTS
THO SUCCESS OF CORRECTIONAL PROCEDURES:
*141 TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION WHICH CAN BE TAKUS14PA
FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND BY PRIVATE PERS(NS 51h
ORGANIZATIONS TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN LAM ENFORCEMENT C*IftISLWM





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J*VA *l lptitARqY OUtPROEWAMS OP INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANCE CONSISTING
.. ..... FtLLOWtSXPS 'FOR THE PIUGRAMS PROVIDED UNDER THIS *
1Y SPECIAL WORKSHOPS FOR THE PRESENTATION AND
10"' INFORMATION RESULTING FROM LhgABCZiA DEMONSTRATION, *6
I fW O II^ P~tOJEF AUTHORI4O' Y THIS TITLE;
'"ST: 6) V*93 SKT IN COtNDUCTING. AT THE REQUEST OF A STATE OR A UNIT
S Wi NERAL LCCAL GOVWRNNENT OR A COMBINATION THEREOF, LOCAL OR
Af tREAk ThAIING PROGRAkS FOk THE TRAINING OF STATE AND LOCAL LAW
.. ... Agel CR I'l.INAL JUSTICE PERSONNEL, INCLUDING BUT NOT
n T SE ENGAGED IN THE INVESTIGATION OF CRIME AND
SAPRENENSION. OF CRIMINALS, COMMUNITY RELATIONS, THE PROSECUTION OR
tIF THOSE CHARCSD WITH CRIME, CORRECTIONS, REHABILITATION,
V14* ,14A .AND PAROLE OF OFFENDERS. SUCK TRAINING ACTIVITIES SHALL
SIGNED TO SUPPLEMENT ANIV IMPROVE-RATHER THAN SUPPLANT THE
p WaiAC1TIVITIES OF lTKE STATE AND UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL
WA) y'.em AND SHALL NOT DUPLICATE THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF THE
ktB tEAU dp IIVRSTIPATON UNDER SfCTTON 404 OF THIS TITLE.
3e I,' ARt.CIPATING IN THE TRAINING PROGRAM OR TRAVELING IN
.EuIlIwOPr wITh PA'ICIPATION IN THE TRAINING PROGRAM, //B? STAT'
S/STATE AND LOCAL PERSnNNEL' SHALL BE ALLOWED TRAVEL EXPENSES AND
A PER DIEN ALLOWANCE IN THE SAME MANNER AS PRESCRIBED UNDER SECTION
f91 P' MTLE 5, UNITED STATES C"XE, FOR PERSONS EMPLOYED
spll T tTTENtvA XK THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE; //S0 STAT. 499; 83 STAT.
r 1%0: 4 T9 CARRY OUT A PROGRAM OF COLLECTION AND DISSEMINATION OF
"010 t1e*IMAn OBTAINED BY THE INSTITUTE OR OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES,
'*** .Pyflj, AGENCIES INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION, OR PRIVATE
l ^o.I tZATrbNS `ENGAGED IN PROJECTS UNDER THIS TITLE, INCLUDING
NOMATION RELATING TO OR IMPROVED APPROACHES, TECHNIQUES,
A*$ S rPNDTv AMU` DEVICES TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN LAW
OR:: fciVtNEkT-. AND ...
81 Th ESTABLISH A IESEAKNM CENTER TO CARRY OUT THE PROGRAMS *6
1I:FSCRII&VIN T'IS SECTION.
THE INSTITUTE SHALL SERVE AS A NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
tiniE r FOR THE EXCHANGE OF INFORMAtION WITH RESPECT TO THE
"IMTrri-W OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INCLUDING BUT NOT
4 .IPETO ?OLICEPCOURTS, PROSECUTORS. PUBLIC DEFENDERS, AND CORRECTIONS.
IftTUW SHALL UNDERTAKE, WHERE POSSIBLE TO EVALUATE THE VARIOUS
SANDPQJECTS CARRIED OUT UNDER THIS TITLE TO DETERMINE THEIR
ALIT? OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND. CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE
,lJH HAVEt! ET OR FAILED T VMEET THE PURPOSES AND POLICIES
TlUL, AN' SHALL DISSEMINATE SUCH INFORMATION TO STATE PLANNING
DANDf UPON REteST, JTO UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
k OAT1fF SHALL, BEFORE tHE EDt OF THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 309
IW SWRVEY EXISTING AND FUTURE: PERSONNEL NEEDS OF THE NATION IN THE
FtlDrAW'tAW EAPORCtIAM* AND CRIMiNAL JUSTICE AND THE ADEQUACY OF FEDERAL,
STATE AND LOCAL PROGRAMS TO MEET SUCH NEEDS. SUCH SURVEY SHALL





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SPECIFICALLY DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS AND SUFFICIENTY OF THE TRAINING
AND ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS CARRIED MUi UNDER THIS TITLE AS KiLA
SUCH PROGRAMS TO ACTUAL MANPOWER AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS Si. THU LAM
ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIELD. IN CARRYING OUT THE PRUVOSFSS OP
THIS SECTION. THE DIRECTOR OF THE INSTITUTE SHAU. CONSULT WITH AS MAK
MAXIMUM USE OF STATISTICAL AND OTHER RELATED INFORMATION OF THE PEPAPTM#EN
OF LABOR, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE* FEDERAL, UTA3h AI S
LOCAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES AND OTHER APPROPRIATE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
AGENCIES. THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL THEREAFTER. WITH .I A REASONABLE TIME
DEVELOP AND ISSUE GUIDELINES. BASED UPON THE 1ERO PRIORITIES ESTABUISSE
BY THE SURVEY. PURSUANT TO WHICH PROJECT GRANTS FOR TRAINING AND ACAPENIC
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS SHALL BE MADE. . ...
NTHE INSTITUTE SHALL REPORT ANNUALLY TO THE PRESIDENT. THE EPMPR!SS.
THE STATE PLANNING AGENCIES, AND, UPON REQUEST, TO UNITS OF SP4ERAL4OCAL
GOVERNMENT, ON THE fMSEASgb AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES WIDER K ARENA
PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPHS (119 121, AND (31 OF SUBSECTION IBI. ANI 'LL
DESCRIBE IN SUCH REPORT THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF SUCH ACTIVITIES Or LAW
ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND THE RESULTS OF TIE E:ALUA4flj3M MADE
PURSUANT TO THE SECOND PARAGRAPH OF THIS SUBSECTION. SUCH *IP05JHALL
ALSO DESCRIBE THE PROGRAMS OF INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANCE, tHE 4URCIAL
WORKSHOPS, ANC THE TRAINING PROGRAMS UNDERTAKEN PURSUANT TO PARAGRAMS (SI
AND (61 OF SUBSECTION 4B).
PSEC. 403. A GRANT AUTHORIZES UNDER THIS PARt M&V SE UP TO 146 PER
CENTUM OF THE TOTAL COST OF EACH PROJECT FOR WHICH GRANT IS MAUp i TwE
ADMINISTRATION OR TI*E INSTITUTE SHALL REQUIRE, WHENEVER FEASIBLE, AS A
CONDITION OF APPROVAL OF A GRANT UNDER THIS PART, THAT THE ftkCIfIET
CONTRIBUTE MONEY. FACILITIES, OR SERVICES TO CARRY OUT THE PURniSES FOR
WHCIH THE GRANT IS SOUGHT.
SEC. 404. 4A) TI-E DIRECTOR OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION IS
AUTHORIZED TO-- //87 STAT. 207/1
"115 ESTABLISH AND CONDUCT TRAINING PROGRAMS AT TIE: FEIEMRAL
BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION NATIONAL ACADEMY AT QUANTICO.VKRINEA. TW
PROVIDE, AT THE REQUEST OF A STATE OR UNIT OF LOCAL GOVEUMMENT,
TRAINING FOR STATE AND LOCAL LAM ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL -JUSTICE
PERSONNEL;
0(21 DEVELOP NEW OR IMPROVED APPROACHES, TECHNIQUES. SYS1Ur-
EQUIPMENT, AND DEVICES TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT A#W.i
CRIMINAL JUSTICE; + -f,
0433 ASSIST IN CONDUCTING, AT THE REQUEST OF A STATE WjWL'tOF
LOCAL GOVERNMENT, LOCAL AND REGIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS FO P TS E
TRAINING OF STATE AND LOCAL LAM ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL -J4S65
PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN THE INVESTIGATION OF CRIME AND THE:APPWEHENilOH'
OF CRIMINALS. SUCH TRAINING WILL BE PROVIDED ONLY FORP SO
ACTUALLY EMPLOYED AS STATE POLICE OR HIGHWAY PATROL, POLICE A
UNIT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, SHERIFFS AND THEIR DEPUTIES AND RM
PERSONS AS THE STATE OR UNIT MAY NOMINATE FOR POLICE TRAINWCG WHIL.,.
SUCH PERSONS ARE ACTUALLY EMPLOYED AS OFFICERS- SF-SUCK STATfE3 t :
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r OPERATE WITH 'THt INSTITUTE IN THE EXERCISE OF ITS
&IffSIThES UNSRP SECTI N 402 OP1 161 OF THIS TITLE.
;8.iu 211C I SE OF THE PUNCTIONS, POWERS, AND DUTIES ESTABLISHED
ION THE P RECTOR.OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
itgp.1THE GEN._AL AUTHORITY ORA .TTHE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
SU1$JECT TO THS PROVISIONS Of THIS SECTION, THE LAW
TANCE ACT *F 1965 (79 $TAT. 628) IS REPEALED: PROVIDEOD
ADSICPU. RATIOT. : THE ATTORNEY GENERAL UNTIL SUCH TINS
I SATAE -EM RS OF THE ADMINISTRATION ARE APPOINTED, IS AUTHORIZED TO
IBAB FUNDS FOR T4E CONTINUATION OP PROJECTS APPROVED UNDER THE
.5 'wLAW.. NrPaRCENENT ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1965 PRIOR TO THE DATE OP
yviiIW4TffNT OF THISACT TO THE EXTENT THAT SUCH APPROVAL PROVIDED FOR
uiN1'fldINMATIONg. .1 .
w.. (21 ANY FUNDS OBLIGATED UNDER SUBSECTION III OF THIS SECTION AND
ll9CACTIlTIES NECESSARY OR APPROPRIATE FOR THE REVIEW UNDER
oji ECTIN am(31 OF THIS SECTION MAY BE CARRIED OUT WITH FUNDS
91@USIV APPROPRIATED AND FUNDS APPROPRIATE PRUSUANT TO THIS
I 'tyI311 IMEDABhA1EA Y UPON ESTABLISHMENT OP THE ADMINISTRATION, IT
MAlitjV&W ITS -DUTY TO STUDY, REVIEW, AND EVALUATE PROJECTS AND
^m| :lgA FUNDED. RUNSER THE LAWUINFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1965.
M~ON C I*TtISO#TON OF PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS UNDER SUBSECTIONS (11 AND (21
V: 1V#SP.CTSEN SHALL BE I t.THE DISCRETION OF THE ADMINISTRATION.
& #S*.?AI PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTIONS GBJ AND (C) OF
fll OC THE A OMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED. AFTER APPROPRIATE
CUIO ITH THE COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION, TO CARRY OUT PROGRAMS OF
tSWUATIONAL ASSISTANCE TO IMPROVE AND STRENGTHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT
A RINAM JUSTICE.
a9ThE ADMIN hSTRATION IS AUTHORIZED TO ENTER INTO CONTRACTS TO MAKE,
AiS R A7AYM1NtS TO INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION FOR LOANS. NOT
!MEwo-fl~Rt2,O00 PER ACADEMIC YEAR TO ANY PERSON, TO PERSONS ENROLLED ON A
PULL-tinE BASIS IN UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE PROGRAMS APPROVED BY THE
Afl111iLE TION AND. LEADING TOOD0GREES OR CERTIFICATES IN AREAS DIRECTLY
* CREATE TOi LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE OR SUITABLE FOR PERSONS
EMPLOYE.DIN LAN ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, WITH SPECIAL
COhRWPIhTION TO POLICE 01 CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL OF STATES OR UNITS OF
UUIWlA!OCM4tALGOVERINMfENT ON ACADEMIC LEAVE TO EARN SUCH DEGRESS OR
CSXTARJPTIS. //37 STAT. 209// LOANS TO PERSONS ASSISTED UNDER THIS
SoE47431 SHALL PE MADU ON SUCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS THE
AfihIUSTATIOI AMP THE INSTITUTION GFFERSJNG SUCH PROGRAMS MAY DETERMINE,
# NSiAT THE. D TOTAL AMOUNT OF ANY SUCH LQAN, PLUS INTEREST, SHALL BE
CA9k F MDR SERVlSC AS A FULL-TIME OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE OF A LAW
- 00ME MIO IN1NAL JUSTICE AGENCY AT THE RATE OF 29 PER CENTUN OF
OF SUCWHLOANS PLUS INTEREST' POR EACH COMPLETE YEAR OF
SewN JU~5ttrPOR ITS 10UIVALESHYOF SUCH SERVICES AS DETERMINED UNDER
RUMYliUs OFTHBE ACNINtSTRATI9NI .
s I*A1ThI ADMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED TOENTE INTO CONThACTS TO MAKE,


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AGREEMENT T0 RUNIIN IN fTI -SEKyT&1 .F4R W ro7I RY"J7UM
JV$TICEl AGENCT SNPLVTINSI uc1 U P VC ttU6lA
FOLLOWING COUPLET ION OF ANY COURSE FaA WHticw 0'PAYMENTS$ARE T
THIS SUBSECTION, ANOIN THE VENT'SUCH SERVICE IS'IottOf
THE FULL AMOUNT OF SUCH PAYMENTS ON SUCH 1ERMS ANON w . ....
ADMINISTRATION NAY sRESCRIhB -`
"(DI FULE-1IME AQHtRAORtPEISONS P*EPAA*KlG I'S O OUIfttA
TEACUSR5 OF C6URSBS, IhATJO T80LAW 0S0ahcENiMt? AiPDt titliA .
SUITABLE FOL BIPERSONNS' J LAW tAA 1FONtEREfI7-`-A
HIGHER EDAT I .WHIgH ARE ELIGI814 TO RECEIVE FLU WU LiI
SHALL'IE EL3#IiJl TO- ECEV iS ASItT*NCE UN.E W V.8
THIS SECTION 3$ OETPRMI WO oN$ & REflNTf1oft T iNr
*IE) THE ADMINISTRATION 'S "A8#iO6Iuzi TO l$ aEiRANTf UN
CO!ITRACTS WITH INSTT.*fviaNI1ftif Hi*oh lotY Oft,60 06M' f9H
INSTITUTIONS, TO ASSIST T:1A A N PLANN9N0I dIfL69|SV'jRJ
IMP$OKING. OR Cay|YIN6 00 PNOBRANS OR^PII~ECeTS7~iNATHtltnv
DEMONSTRATION OF f!PROVEO;AETHOO5 OF LAW AMN RE NET Ab tbUG
EDUCATION, INCLUDI.G.- .... ; I
HIIl PLANNING FOR-THlt DEVELOPMENt OR EitANSfON SBF|Ja|B
OR GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND -: VWSA
*12I EDUCATION 3AMRi wTftAI~i 34 o@- 4A4WVU
"131 STRENGTHEING WHE-LAW EatM tt Mo -aim S
ASPECTS tb COURSES;. LwAP!NG1TO A uft ts
PROFESSIONAL DEC&EEf AN6D :A f*! 1nr
"(4) SU11 C INTO. AN' DEVEL6PNEi 'OFP N4THOSL S91'
STUDENTS OR FACULTY, INCLUDING THESE 1*9' RAEPEA it:: Oe tVAcH
AND THE PLANNING OF CURRICULUMS. T T ,i I
THE AMOUNT OF A GRANT OR CONTRACT HAi .e arTs 7 Qt'tetW Sfl
COST OF PR06AKS SlO PROJECTS FOR fH5Cti A M1RA*'OACi*$f6
"(F) THE ASNINISTRATVO4 IS A6THOAZED T9 ENTERENTO'bfHfl I
AND MAKE, PATIENTS TO INSflTUTIO4 -OF HftHEretUcAnON 'WS.
EXCEEDING Pl PR MEEK T P!ERSfMIS tNRPLLED ON AcvFct.
UNDEMGAADUATE OR GRADUATE 6tOg rlPogA ?r lAoA e tgvortS
IN FULL-T]IME,2hTE8iiPCt 'N t11:jOegWt AIp CRINVVbj1
FOR NOT LESS THAN E tgHT UelKSiRtBUAn..assmNksRidt~i
QUARTER-OR SE4YER smN LAt"''BJ-?^! R. ini1rVt lJE
WSEC O. THE" t
SUPPORT ,A TRAIN U1G., PROGRAM, FOB PB9SECUTlS ff3tSMJ .iVR6tt1Wt $
OFFICERS ENCAtUDVIN TAR PA6 OS"tIONf OF OGANhE' IHr thE"PR


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If:SSOf TO DEVELOP NEW OR IMPROVED APPROACHES, TECHNIQUES, SYSTEMS,
an A iD DEVICES To STRENGTHEN PROSECUTIVE CAPABILITIES AGAINST
D 4081M10.-
4&hIL9 PARTICIPATING IN THE TRAINING PROGRAM OR TRAVELING IN
^ PARTI^1C IPATION IN THE TRAINING PROGRAM, STATE AND LOCAL
M LE ALLOWED TRAVEL EXPENSES AND A PER DIEM ALLOWANCE IN THE
ERSk PRESCRIBED UNDER SECTION 57031BI OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES
g~rf flQOUS4 LOYED INTERMITTENTLY IN THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE. //SO

rf#ICI ..:S.ST OF TRAINING STATE AND LOCAL PERSONNEL UNDER THIS SECTION
SfA.L,^ K PVIDfiD OUt OF FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE ADMINISTRATION FOR THE
PWUP *4UN. TRAINING.
S .E-"'6RANTS FOR CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND FACILITIES
IT IS THE PURPOSE OF TMIS PART TO ENCOURAGE STATES AND
Q6NERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO DEVELOP AND I-MPLENENT PROGRAMS AND
PRI OIMNE CONSTRUCTION, ACQUISITION, AND RENOVATION OF CORRECTIONAL
IISTIlWICMS AND FACILITIES, AND FOR, THE IMPROVEMENT OF CORRECTIONAL
p tr P PRACTICES. *
A5as A STATE DESIRING TO RECEIVE A GRANT UNDER THIS PART FOR ANY
PNCAb YEA. SMALL, CONSISTENT WITH THE BASIS CRITERIA WHICH THE
AIRISTRATtON ESTABLISHES UNDER SECTION 454 OF THIS TITLE, INCORPORATE
..?APPtICATIONl FOR SUCH GRANT IN THE COMPREHENSIVE STATE PLAN SUBMITTED
lE AOMIRITATNPQR THAT FISCAL YEAR IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 302

III 4:Ais41.;-rTHE ADMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE A GRANT UNDER THIS
1fA E PLANKING AGENCY IF THE APPLICATION INCORPORATED IN THE
C#UZ^ PfVl STATE PLAN-
l .0 s'(@ij SETS FORTH A COWPRLHENSI'VE STATEWIDE PROGRAM FOR THE
:rY'*OIRS TION, ACQUISITION. OR RENOVATION OF CORRECTIONAL
$L^pSvrettzONS- ANf FACILITIES IN Tilt STATE AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF
HORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES THROUGHOUT THE STATE;
J "Ir2J PROVIDES SATISFACTORY ASSURANCES THAT THE CONTROL OF THE
1.F-URJS AND TITLE TO PROPERTY DERIVED THEREFROM SHALL BE IN A PUBLIC
*r.' t4EPGNC0OR T09E USES AND PURPOSES PROVIDED IN THIS PART AND THAT A
*slz9Nt~t AflENtY WILL ADMINISTER THOSE FUNDS AND THAT PROPERTY;
I3O PROVIDES SATISFACTORY ASSURANCES THAT THE
AStSW QP RUNDS UNDER THIS PART SHALL NOT
1ZtAir-UCt-T *: AR4JUO OF FUNDS UNDER PART C OF THIS TITLE WHICH A STATE
4vA 106.01 ZR Tnt" ABSENCE OF FUNDS UNDER THIS PART, ALLOCATE FOR
S-PUWASUS OF TI41S PART;
iI3 ':eI4i PROVIDES SATISFACTORY EMPHASIS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND
"isWPRmWO OF COMPUNITVBASED CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES ANO PROGRAMS,
*CtiflClwtNG QIAGNOSTIC SERVICES, HALFWAY HOUSES, PROBATION, AND OTHER
SrT SOPMYISQRY RELEASE PROGRAMS FOR PREADJUDICATION AND
l,'t.. PSTADJUOICATION REFERRAL Of DELINQUENTS, YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS, AND
r; CflRST OFFENDERS ARC COMMUNITY-ORIENTED PROGRAMS FOR THE SUPERVISION

m:' -4%k PROVIDES FOR ACVMICED TECI*kQUES IN THE. DESIGN OF






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INSTITUTIONS AND FACILITIES; ; ... .......
1&61 PROVIDES, WHERE FEASIBLE AND DES IRABLE, FOR THE
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND FACILITIES ON A RCslM. ." i. l3
N171 PROVIDES SATISFACTORY ASSURANCES THAT TI.N N.
STANDARDS AND PROGRAMS OF THE INSTITUTIONS AND PFACULt WIT
RhFLECT ADVANCEC PROGRAMS. 1T87 STAT. 2101/ 2i1
Nilt PROVIDES SATISFACTORY ASSURANCES THAT THE SSUTE S'- a
IN PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS TO IMPROVE THE RECRUITING, SAwflT,1
TRAINING* AND EDUCATION OF PERSONNEL EMPLOYED I'l l. inn
ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF PRCOATISU, FfOLE : fl
REHABILITATION;
019) PROVIDES NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FUR TME dEVELUift-1 sIlar1
OPERATIOk OF NARCOTIC AND ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT PROCEftSSIM
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND FACILITIES AND IN CONWECIMa VflwN
PROBATION OR OTHER SUPERVISORY RELEASE -ROGEANS Lil ALL- iSVr
INCARCERATED OR ON PAROLE, MH0 ARE RRUG mmDICTSv oEx::t AtI S
ALCOHOLICS, OR ALCOHOL ASUSERS*t
04103 COMPLIES WITH THE SAME REQUIREMENTS ESTABL1SG*bS'iri
COMPREHENSIVE STATE PLANS UNDCE PARAGRAPHS 413. 433. 151v. (f64 WI.
191, 1101. (11), 1121, 11313 11413 AMD (115 OF SECTION:W3ISP1s
THIS TITLE; H. :
w*lill PROVIDES FOR ACCURATE ANM COMPLETE NONITORIS W qTIf
PROGRESS AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM.
MONITORING SHALL INCLUDE RATE OF PRISONER REHABILITATION ANDu Es
OF RECIDIVISM IN COMPARISON MITH PREVIOUS PERFORMSICE CF OrS lTE
AND LOCAL PRISON SYSTEMS NOT INCLUDE IN THIS ftUGfl9 s ::
N(121 PROVIDES THAT STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS SHALL U1tWWU=
ANNUAL REPORTS AS THE ADMINISTRATOR WAY REQUIRE.m :: .
*SEC. 454. THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL, AFTER CONSULTATION VIta T1E
FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS. BY REGULATION PRESCRIBE BASIC C&fIt M w
APPLICANTS AND'GRANTEES UNDER THIS PART.
*IN ADDITION, TiE ADMINISTRATION SHALL ISSUE' 1 W LINES FR DRIs
TREATMENT PROGRAMS IN STATE AND LOCAL PRISONS AND FOR THOSE TO INmcu
PERSONS ON PAROLE PRE ASSIGNED. THE ADMINISTRATOR SHALL ttxd Tn aIL
ASSURE COORDINATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUCH GUIDELINES WITH n StCU.A
ACTION OFFICE FOR DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION
"SEC. 455. I5A TIE FUNDS APPROPRIATtO EACH FISCAL TEAR IS b
UNDER THIS PART SHALL BE ALLOCATED BY THE ADMINISTRATION AS "fl
OilI FIFTY PER CENTUM OF THE FUNDS SHALL BE AVAILABlE fW RA4WS
TO STATE PLANNING AGENCIES. Lw
'121 THE REMAINING 50 PER CENTUN OF THE FRD M NA? E
AVAILABLE. AS THE ADMINISTRATION MAY DrETEW WE. TO STATI mJUMXNG
AGENCIES, UNITS CF GENERAL LOCAt GOVERNMENT, OR COMSEIIATUNSl0^ SUCH
UNITS, ACCORDIhG TO THE CRITERIA AND ON THE TERNS AND COMWhlhS Hf E
ADMINISTRATION DETERMINES CONSISTENT WITH THIS PART.
ANY GRANT MADE FROM FUNDS AVAILABLE UNDER THIS PART MAT BE UP IT fl PEK
CENTUM OF THE COST OF THE PROGRAM OR PROJECT FOP WHICH SUCH GAWF Ile w.
THE NYN-FEDERAL FUNDING FL TVHE COST OF ANY PROGRAM OR: pUOSJT IO BE F E






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Ur. A flt s UDER THIS SECTION SHALL BE OF GONEY APPROPRIATED IIN THE
lAWMuSU I Y THE STATE OR UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT. NO FUNDS
iAVMA b~ SIMM' THIS PART MAY SE USED FOR LAND ACQUISITION.
K*.* 0 lW*i-AW ADMINISTRATION DETERMINES, ON THE BASIS OF INFORMATION
TWIT DURING ANY FISCAL YEAR, THAT A PORTION OF THE FUNDS
tIfftA TOG AN APPLICANT ,FOR THAT FISCAL YEAR WILL NOT BE REQUIRED BY THE
iittAMT -OR WILL BECOME AVAILABLE BY VIRTUE OF THE APPLICATION OF THE
P -ONIows oF SUCTION 509 OF THIlS TITLE, THAT PORTION SHALL BE AVAILABLE
FpgiRtElALLOATIOM UNDER PARAGRAPH (21 OF SUBSECTION (AM OF THIS SECTION.
mU *PART F-AOMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
: RS:1.01. //8T STAT. 211// THE ADMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED, AFTER
AtlEMPRITE CONSULTATION WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF STATES AND UNITS OF
SRAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, TO ESTABLISH SUCH RULES, REGULATIONS, AND
PIUKEOURESAS ARE NECESSARY TO THE EXERCISE OF ITS FUNCTIONS, AND ARE
CONSISTENT WITH THE STATED PURPOSE OP-THIS TITLE.
S--S@Ii02. THE ADMINISTRATION MAY DELEGATE TO ANY OFFICER OR OFFICIAL
F HF ADMINISTRATION, OR, WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, TO
AMSUFPICYI OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SUCH FUNCTIONS AS IT DEEMS
"a~ianp flaw. *
"SEC. 503. THE FUNCTIONS, POWERS, AND DUTIES SPECIFIED IN THIS TITLE
Ip4V CRIED OUTG- BY THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL NOT BE TRANSFERRED ELSEWHERE'
Jid THE DePARTMENT OF JUSTICE UNLESS SPECIFICALLY HEREAFTER AUTHORIZED BY
Timecume'sss.
XTW S :5. 4IN CARRYING OUT ITS FUNCTIONS, THE ADMINISTRATION, OR UPON
UWUMEATGM OF THE ADMINISTRATION, ANY MEMBER THEREOF OP ANY HEARING
EXAMINER ASSIGNED TO OR EMPLOYED BY THE ADMINISTRATION, SHALL HAVE THE
P?0*sWU;OtHDLO HEARINGS, SIGN AND ISSUE SUBPENAS, ADMINISTER OATHS, EXAMINE
*Wt:: AND RECEIVE EVIDENCE AT ANY PLACE IN THE UNITED STATES IT MAY
flEC. 505. SECTION 5314 OF TITLE 5. UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED BY
AINMG? AT THF END THEREOF- //80 STAT. 460; 86 STAT. 1211.//
lS551 ADMINISTRATOR OF LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE.'
iKEC. I6. TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE. IS AMENDED AS FOLLOWS:
KAWSWCTION 5315 1901 IS AMENDED BY DELETING *ASSOCIATE ADMINISTRATOR
d$t -AK.NCORCSMENT ASSISTANCE 121' AND INSERTING IN LIEU THEREOF 'DEPUTY
AWONWmRTO* FOR POLICY DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE
flpNflRfOTIONu' 1/82 STAT. 205, 1312; 86 STAT. 1418.//
Rt#'g etCTION 5316 OF TITLE S5 UNITED STATES CODE, IS AMENDED BY ADDING
AT 2W E0 TMEREOF TIE FOLLOWING; //ANTE, P. 78./I
t*t1IB3I DEPUTY ADMINISTRATOR FOR ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT
AW12T#'A ADMINISTRATION.'.
lM-i-SMCTIcN 510810 1101 IS AMENDED BY DELETING THE WORD 'TWENTY' AND
14SBhW1G IN LIEU THEREOF THE WORD 'TWENTY-TWO*. //84 STAT. 1889./I
S YR_ C. S07. SUBJECT TO THE CIVIL SERVICE AND CLASSIFICATION LAWS, THE
AUN#1STRATION IS AUTHORIZED TO SELECT, APPOINT, EMPLOY, AND FIX
CtpgFM IOt OF SUCH OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, INCLUDING HEARING EXAMINERS,
SISAL 55tUW NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT ITS POWER AND DUTIES UNDER THIS TITLE.
7E 50g. ADMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED, ON A REIMBURSABLE BASIS WHEN














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APPROPRIATE, TO USE THE AVAILABLE SERVICES, EQUIPMENT, PERSOfM, ANWX
FACILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND OF OTHER CIVILIAN' OR qS4Vt-*a
AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (NOT I
THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY), AND TO COOPERATE WITH THE DEPARTMQWTOF
JUSTICE AND SUCH OTHER AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES IN THE ESVABLSLNhIUWA
AND USE OF SERVICES, EQUIPMENT, PERSONNEL, AND FACILITIES OF"mrf
ADMINISTRATION. THE ADMINISTRATION IS FURTHER AUTHORIZED TO CONFER MITVN
AND AVAIL ITSELF OF THE COOPERATION* SERVICES, RECORDS, AND FACILITIIES'a
STATE, MUNICIPAL, OR OTHER LOCAL AGENCIES, AND TO RECEIVE AND UTILIZCflt
THI PURPOSES OF THIS TITLE, PROPERTY DONATED OR TRANSFERRED FOR ThE
PURPOSES OF TESTING BY ANY OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES, STATFS, UNITS OF
GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC OR PRIVATE AGENCIES OR ORGANIZATrOIGHf
INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION, OR INDIVIDUALS.
"SEC. 509. WHENEVER THE ADMINISTRATION, AFTER REASONABLE NOTICE6 "AIU
OPPORTUNITY FOR HEARING TO AN APPLICANT OR A GRANTEE UNDER THIS 4ITLE.
FINDS THAT, WITH RESPECT TO ANY PAYMENTS MADE OR TO BE MADE UNDER 7TIS
TITLE, THERE IS A SUBSTANTIAL FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH- b **. I
NIA) THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE: /f87 STATh? -Z?.2D2fP0
NIB) REGULATIONS PROMULGATED BY THE ADMINISTRATION MfOR TOwsl'
TITLE; OR
"(Cb A PLAN OR APPLICATION SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE *IMT 4THE
PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE; ,
THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL NOTIFY SUCH APPLICANT OR GRANTEE THAT RUJXTI'M
PAYMENTS SHALL NOT BE MADE (OR IN ITS DISCRETION THAT FURTHER PAINEWIS
SHALL NOT BE MADE FCR ACTIVITIES IN WHICH THERE IS SUCH PAILURER, tflftI
THERE IS NO LONGER SUCH FAILURE.
"SEC. 510. (A) IN CARRYING OUT THE FUNCTIONS VESTED BY THIS TIMTIE- I.N::,
THE ADMINISTRATION, THE DETERMINATIONS, FINDINGS, AND CONCLUSIONS O'FlH
ADMINISTRATION SHALL BE FINAL AND CONCLUSIVE UPON ALL APPLICANTS. USEW JrQ
AS HEREAFTER PROVIDES.
01B1 IF THE APPLICATION HAS BEEN REJECTED OR AN APPLICANT HAS BEEW
DENIED A GRANT OR HAS HAD A GRANT, OR ANY PORTION OF A GRANT,
DISCONTINUED, OR HAS BEEN GIVEN A GRANT IN A LESSER AMOUNT THAN SU3CH
APPLICANT BELIEVES APPROPRIATE UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLEtfIET
ADMINISTRATION SHALL NOTIFY THE APPLICANT OR GRANTEE OF ITS ACTIONSA tVNDST
FORTH THE REASON FOR THE ACTION TAKEN. WHENEVER AN APPLICANT M GROWdtr'
REQUESTS A HEARING fN ACTION TAKEN BY THE ADMINISTRATION ON AN APPLItATlgib
OR A GRANT, THE ADMINISTRATION, OR ANY AUTHORIZED OFFICER THEREOP. tIS
AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO HOLD SUCH HEARINGS OR INVESTIGATIONS AT. 3Uttfi
TIMES AND PLACES AS THE ADMINISTRATION DEEMS NiECESSARY. FOLLOWING
APPROPRIATE ANC ADEQUATE NOTICE TO SUCH APPLICANT; AND THE FIWDIS OF"'
FACT AND DETERMINATIONS MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATION WITH RESPECT .THRETO
SHALL BE FINAL AND CONCLUSIVE, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED He**lt:V-I
"ICE IF SUCH APPLICANT IS STILL DISSATISFIED WITh THE FI4ODtNGS AND
DETERMINATIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATION, FOLLOWING THE NOTICE AND HEARtING"
PROVIDED FOR IN SUBSECTION (B) OF THIS SECTION, A REQUEST MAY BE MAw FOs R
REHEARING, UNDER SUCH REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES AS THE ADMINISTRATION AY.X
ESTABLISH, AND SUCH APPLICANT'SHALL BE AFFOhDED AN OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT





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4mswtef plfTIOftAL INFORMATION AS MAY BE DEEMED APPROPRIATE AND PERTINENT TO
SETTER INVOLVeD. THE FTNOINGS AND DETERMINATIONS OF THE
AMINISTRATION, FOLLOWING SUCH REHEARING, SHALL BE FINAL AND CONCLUSIVE
UiwIe. A.L. PARTIES CONCERNED, EXCEPT AS HEREAFTER PROVIDED.
6Si. (A) IF ANY APPLICANT OR GRANTEE IS DISSATISFIED WITH THE
EISTRATION'S FINAL ACTION WITH RESPECT TO THE APPROVAL OF ITS
lH. if SOW OR PLAN SUBMITTED UNDER THIS TITLE, OR ANY APPLICANT OR
4 1$. DISSATISFIED WITH THE ADMINISTRATION'S FINAL ACTION UNDER
Aw b 509 R SECTION 510, SUCH APPLICANT OR GRANTEE MAY, WITHIN SXTY
ffIe..R NOTICE OF SUCH ACTION, FILE WITH THE UNITED STATES COURT OF
.LS E THE CIRCUIT [N WHICH SUCH APPLICANT OR GRANTEE IS LOCATED A
mI tU*OlFv REhVIW OF THAT ACTION. A COPY OF THE PETITION SHALL BE
0A lli tiw" TR*MSWITTED BY THE CLERK OF THE COURT TO THE= ADMINISTRATION.
.V|ASBfuSII RATION SHALL THEREUPON FILE IN THE COURT THE RECORD OF THE
APrpC9p1z1G1 ON WHICH THE ACTION OF THE ADMINISTRATION WAS BASED, AS
PWIMD SECTION 2112 OF TITLE 25, UNITED STATES CODE. //72 STAT. 941;
.s* stir. 23./
Sff iai THE DjTERMINATIONS AND THE FINDINGS OF FACT BY THE ADMINISTRATION,
4 x $%PRtQE*SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE, SHALL BE CONCLUSIVE; BUT THE COURT,
utfliW CASE SHOWN, AMY REMAND THE CASE TO THE ADMINISTRATION TO TAKE
-PlIpitta EVIDENCE. THE ADMINISTRATION NAY THEREUPON MAKE NEW OR MODIFIED
6IIWER6SW FACT AND NAY MODIFY ITS PREVIOUS ACTION, AND SHALL FILE IN THE
-gA ftt'1 T1E RECtRD OF THE FURTHER PROVEEDING$. SUCH NEW OR MODIFIED
P4MINGS OF FACT OR DETERMINATIONS SHALL LIKEWISE BE CONCLUSIVE IF
S ptITEfD BY SWUSFANTIAL EVIDENCE.
"(CI IIUflPTHE FILING OF SUCH PETITION, //B7 STAT. 213// THE COURT SHALL
SlAVE JUREfkbCTICN TO AFFIRM THE ACTION OF THE ADMINISTRATION OR TO SET IT
ASW. 3M WHOSE OR IN PART. THE JUDGMENT OF THE COURT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO
RIEM B THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES UPON CERTIORARI OR
T0 fecAfio AS P-A VIDED IN SECTION 1254 OF TITLE 28, UNITED STATES CODE.
91S.512 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THIS TITLE, THE
HuNipSlTIUTYIOF SHALL CARRY OUT THE PROGRAMS PROVIDED FOR IN THIS TITLE
D43^G Tnt FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1974, AND THE TWO SUCCEEDING FISCAL
i ^$j%. 513. TO INSURE THAT ALL FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO STATE AND LOCAL
Pqp.fAM$ W4DER THIS TITLE IS CARRIED OUT IN A COORDINATED MANNER, THE
%4WSISTAATIUN IS AUTHORIZED TO REQUEST ANY FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY
SUCH STATISTICS, DATA, PROGRAM REPORTS, ANC OTHEP MATERIAL AS
WtHWM STATION DEEMS NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT ITS FUNCTIONS UNDER THIS
.41ITL.:EACM SUCH DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY IS AUTHORIZED TO COOPERATE WITH THE
ai ~lSZMViATIW AND, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, TO FURNISH SUCH
.U.4 ftALSTO THE ADMINISTRATION. ANY FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY ENGAGED
::f $bNMZSTERING PROGRAMS RELATED TO THIS TITLE SHALL, TO THE MAXIMUM
MUTiNY PRACTICABLE CONSULT WITH AND SEEK ADVICE FROM THE ADMINISTRATION TO
INSURE FIUDLLY COWRDINATED EFFORTS, AND THE ADMINISTRATION SHALL UNDERTAKE
it a *M COINATE SUCH EFFORTS.
fSt, 514. THE ADMINISTRATION NAY ARRANGE WITH AND REIMBURSE THE HEADS






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OF OTHER FEDERAL DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF A$Y *f$
ITS FUNCTIONS UNDER THIS TITLE.
"SEC. 515. THE ADMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED-
"(AI TO CONDUCT EVALUATION STUDIES OP THE PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIkS
ASSISTED UNDER THIS TITLE; "
"(B) TO COLLECT, EVALUATE, PUBLISH, AND DISSEMINATE STATISTICS,
AND OTHER INFORMATION 3N THE CONDITION AND PROGRESS dt.
ENFORCEMENT WITHIN AND WITHOUT THE UNITED STATES;
N(C) TO COOPERATE L ITH AND RENDER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCETTO STATE
UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT, CHN0ICATIONS OF SUCH SfkTH' E
UNITS, OR OTHER PUBLIC OR PRIVATE AGENCIES, ORGANZZATI*E.
INSTITUTIONS, OR INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES IN, *NATTERS RELATING Th 'LAM
ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE. V
FUNDS APPROPRIATED FCR THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION MAY BE EXPANDED tY
GRANT OR CONTRACT, AS THE ADMINISTRATION MAY DETERMINE TO BE APPROPIt, tq
"SEC. 516. (A) PAYMENTS UNDER THIS TITLE NAY BE MADE IN INSTALLWMtENS."
AND IN ADVANCE OR BY WAY OF REIMBURSEMENT, AS MAY BE DETERMINED By THV""
ADMINISTRATION, AND MAY BE USED TO PAY THE TRANSPORTATION AND SUBSISTENCE1
EXPENSES OF PERSONS ATTENDING CONFERENCES OR OTHER ASKEMLAGeS
NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE JOINT RESOLUTION ENTITLED 'JlmRJr
RESOLUTION TO PROHIBIT EXPENDITURE OF ANY MONEYS FOR HOUSING, FEEDI*GiOR,
TRANSPORTING CONVENTIONS OR MEETINGS'. APPROVED FEBRUARY 2, 1935 (31 Us5.
C. SEC. 551). //49 STAT. 19.//
"(B) NOT MCRF THAN 12 PER CENTUM OF THE SUMS APPROPRIATED FOR Aky
FISCAL YEAR TO CARRY OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS TITLE RAY BE USED WITHIN
ANY ONE STATE EXCEPT THAT THIS LIMITATION SHALL NOT APPLY TO GRANTS 'ADE
PURSUANT TO PART D. //ANTE, P. 205.//
"SEC. 517. (A) THE ADMINISTRATION MAY PROCURE THE SERVICES OF EXPERTS
AND CONSULTANTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3109 OF TITLE 5, I/S0 STATS
416.// UNITED STATES CODE, AT RATES OF COMPENSATION FOR tNDIVIDUALSJE0T TO
EXCEED THE DAILY. EQUIVALENT OF THE RATE AUTHORIZED FOR GS-1] BY SCI
5332 OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE. //S USC 5332 "P1.4//.
"(B) THE ADMINISTRATION IS AUTHORIZED TO APPOINT* WITHOUT REGARD Ma THE
CIVIL SERVICE LAWS, TECHNICAL OR OTHER ADVISORY COMMITTEES TO ADVISE TIC.
ADMINISTRATION WITH RESPECT TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF THIS TITLE AS.." JT
DEEMS NECESSARY. MEMBERS OF THOSE COMMITTEES NOT OTHERWISE IN THE rItoY
OF THE UNITED STATES, //87 STAT. 214/i WHILE ENGAGED IN ADVISING TW
ADMINISTRATION OR ATTENDING MEETINGS OF THE COMMITTEES, SHALL> tE'W
COMPENSATED AT RATES TO BE FIXED BY THE ADMINISTRATION BUT NOT TO EXCEI*,
THE DAILY EQUIVALENT OF THE RATE AUTHORIZED FOR GS-18 BY SECTION 5332 OF
TITLE 5 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE AND WHILE AWAY FROM HIOME OR REel
PLACF OF BUSINESS THEY MAY BE ALLOWkD TRAVEL EXPENSES, INCLUDING PER R
IN LIEU OF SUBSISTENCE, AS AUTHORIZED BY SECTION 5703 OF SUCH TITLE 5 FpR
PERSONS IN THE GOVERNMENT SERVICE EMPLOYED INTERMITTENTLY. 7/5 USC 332M
NOTE. 80 STAT. 499; 83 STAT. 190./I : f
"SEC. 518. (Al NOTHING CONTAINED IN THIS TITLE OP ANY ITH'PR ACT SkALL
BE CONSTRUED TO AUTHORIZE ANY DEPARTMENT,. AGENCY, OFFICER, OR tMPtO1EED'
THE UNITSO STATES TC EXERCISE ANY OIPFCTION, SUPPRVISION, OR CONTROL COVR





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ACEARIA QA ANY OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCY
TS M ANY POLITICAL SUBD`IVISION THEREOF.
Jfl mIiNG ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW NOTHING CONTAINED IN
ma CaUStARUD TO AUTHORIZE THE ADMINISTRATION 111 TO
h,' w tN.THE AVAILABILITY Oft AMOUNT OF A GRANT UPON, THE
/_APPI OCMRT 6R GRANDE UNDER THIS TITLE OF A PERCENTAGE
ShTEM-;OR OrHER PROGRAM TO ACHIEVE RACIAL BALANCE OR TO
KRM..JMBALANCE IN AlfY LAN ENFORENENT AGENCY, OR (25 TO DENY
;i r A ARA? BWCAUSt OF THE REFUSAL, 3F AN APPLICANT OR GRANTEE
Thi TO AROOT SUCH. A RATIO* SYSTIN. OR OTHER PROGRAM.
EELPERSON IN ANY STATE SHALL ON THE GROUND OF RACE, COLOR,
41%. OR SEX. B EXCLUDED FROM PARTICIPATION IN, BE DENIED THE
4..OlR OR BE WRUJECTED TO CISCRIPUNATION UNDER ANY PROGRAM OR
1||UpEO IN WHOLt OR IN PART WITH FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE UNDER THIS
__THE AOMIN1TRAPION DETIRIE THAT A STATE GOVERNMENT OR
MIPWFAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT HAS FAILED TO COMPLY WITH SUBSECTION
MPtLIA t.RRcVLATI0.N IT SNALmLJTLFY THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF
T ONCOMPLIAtC MAND SHACL REQUEST THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE Tb
IF WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME AFTER SUCH NOTIFICATION
LS OR REFUSES, TO, SECURE COMPLIANCE, THE
SR. XE SE ,THE! POWERS AND FUNCTIONS PROVIDED IN SECTION
TITLE, AWN IS AUTHORIZEb. COQICURRENTLY ,WlTH SUCH EXERCISe--
Sip INSTITUTE ...A4 APPROPRIATE CIVIL ACTIONoo
f ..TAMXERCISE THE POWERS AND FUNCTIONS PURSUANT TO TITLE VI OF
F S L GHTS ACT OF 1*4 142 U.S.C. ZOODI; OR //78 STAT.
J> TA*E SUCH OTHN:R ACTION A &NAT BE PROVtDED BY LAW.
E ATTORNEY GENERAL HAS iE&SON TO BELIEVE THAT A STATE
WIlT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IS ENGAGED IN A PATTERN OR PRACTICE
:: THE PRQVISI-Q1S OF TIlS SECTION, THE. ATTORNEY GENERAL MAY
MACTION4IN4 ANY APPROPRIATE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
F6A MAY BE APPROPRIATE, INCLUDING INJUNCTIVE RELIEF.
ON BEFORE JA6CEMBER 31 OF EACH YEAR, THE ADMINISTRATION
jWW.TetO PRESIDWIT AND TO THE CONGRESS ON ACTIVITIES PURSUANT
y"MRV IONS OF "THIS, TKTLF DURING THE PRECEDING FISCAL YEAR.
THERE ARE, AUTMORZLF TO BE.APPROPRZATED SUCH SUMS AS ARE
Ifl ME PURPOSES QF EACH PART OF THIS TITLE, BUT SUCH SUNS IN
HALL N11V EXCE'5D *iOOiOO@,OOO FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING
.. l. 0 4$0V0,000,*0 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 197S,
SOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1976. FUNDS
tJTAPR ANY FISCALL Yf AR. A REMAIN AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION UNTIL
`,RrGINNING IN THE FISCAL YEARLY ENDING JUNE 30, 1972, AND IN EACH
JREAFTR THERE SHALL aM ALLOCATED FOR THE PURPOSES OF PART E
TO NOT LESS THAN 20 PER CEINTUM OF THE AMOUNT ALLOCATED FOR
*"*S.S OF PART Co /1/7 STAT. 215/1 I/ANTE. P. 209.// //ANTE. P.
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JULY,1 1.973 WHt CH MfE' NO VIZtA'OW W~ i nr
SOVERNOENT NAY P USED. T)MY PUOED.E U iRP3 il *t
PROGRA-M ON PRQ~JECTS ..... ..-~dRAyl .
ORt PROJECT SKILL BE O00 Aof0~4EDIPA
UNITS OF GENERAL LOCAL:.. .... Mt
NSEC. 24 IA)A EXCEPT ASO~ 091IOD. BY PI1A im..I .74I
NO OFFICERt OR EN-MPIEE at 'I1'HE "FECSLO saJ wqr OoM "" R2
ASSISTANCe UNDER tTKE tavtfions: w XI TkP251 1tnT
B~tE&8tM; 'OR. STATISTI.CAk.l. TstRAYj
PERSON 'AND IDB4TIFIASk5 to ANYSE* V1 PfS










::. OF
OTHER THAN THE PURPOSE FOR4 WHICH it .A00TIt4g:
TITLE. COPIES OF SUCH INVORMATflS. SI ALL E P N
SHALL NQT. WIT iPUTYTjthE CONSENT OF ftP ui~si.n F ALZS4
BE ADMITTED AS 'EVIOKEI4 g#: USED Fd ANYf PUAE .......4
OTHER JUDICIAL QR,-ADOIlNShA2WROEDtl .

DISSENUJrI THBGU6M. SUPP..T tiger ~ .PARWil tearv
MAxIMUM eiENTIM Mt~iLiE OI"YOSt fO As' NELL "fit ... .T
DTIS INCLUDED TtuRl,.TtAULSI 5 C
.SUCH' MIFOUNAUO SMlAtLLt PLACE Rist ..:.



















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AP






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THAT ALL SUCH INFORMATION IS SEPT CURRENT THEREIN; THE
fiNt Sf RRTUN SHALL ASSURE THAT THE SECURITY AND PRIVACY OF ALL
m II IS ADESUATELV PROVIDED FOR AND THAT INFORMATION SMALL ONLY BE
65*3 F LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND OTISR LAWFUL PURPOSES.
WfI-IOIUh"AN INIMVIbAL MHO SSLIEVES THAT CRIMINAL HISTORY INFORMATION
IS110 HIII CONTAINED IN AM AUTOMATED SYSTEM IS INACCURATE, INCOMPLETE,
A W*T&. 2160 Olt MAINTAINED KM VIOLATION OF THIS TITLE. SHALL. UPON
ISPSFTUV WtRIFICATIOW OF "IS IDENTITY. BE ENTITLED TO REVIEW SUCH
WORlHWISNAUr TO OBTAIN A COPY OF IT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CHALLENGE OR
M-11I ANY PSON VIOLATING THE PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION, OR OF ANY
Ea SOCAwTIKS. OR ORDER ISSUED THEREUNDER. SHALL BE FINCID NOT TO EXCEED
O SM-g IN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER PENALTY IMPOSED BY LAM.
1:E5 SZ5k THE LAST TWO SENTENCES OF SECTION 2031N4 OF THE FEDERAL
in- AM. ASMINIMSTRATIWE SERVICES ACT OF 1949 ARE AMENDED TO READ AS
SASS 1M719 STAT. 213. 40 USC 484.1// IN ADDITION. UNCEP SUCH
fh140.. --: AGREEMENTS AND SUBJECT TO SUCH OTHER CONDITIONS AS MAY SE
inKX frT TE SECRETARY OF HEALTH. EDUCATION, AND WELFARE, OR THN'
.. 1WlOR. OFFICE OF CIVIL AND IEFENSF MOBILIZATION, OR THE ADMINISTRATOR,
LAM EMFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE AOPUINISTRATION, SURPLUS PROPERTY WHICH THE
S W2IWmaESR MAy APPROVE FOR IDOATION FOR USE IN ANY STATE FOR PURPOSES
0iWrluM U.AERCEIlNT PROuRAhS. EDUCATION. PUBLIC HEALTH. OR CIVIL DEFENSE,
BaFOm *BC FOR ANY SUCH PURPOSES. PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION 1J1l31 OR
4J1143. MlY WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE ADMINISTRATOR BE MADE AVAILABLE TO
IM SIST AEUA6ECV AFTER A OETERNINIATION BY THE SECRETARY OR THE DIRECTOR
a UW ALMININSTRATS. LAM ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRATION THAT SUCH
fin ? IS .NECESSARY TO. OR SOULD FACILITATE. THE EFFECTIVE OPERATION OF
If STAlE AGENCY IN PERFORMING ITS FUNCTIONS IN CONIECTI N WITH SUCH
'iUPON A DETERMINATION BY THE SECRETARY OR THE DIRECTOR OR
Am INIwRAORit. LAM-ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE ADMINISTRAT O1. THAT SUCH ACTION
WS MSSAR TIN OR MOULD FACILITATE. THE EFFECTIVE USE OF SUCH SURPLUS
R1.I SDE AVAILABLE UNDER THE TFRS OF A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT, TITLE
T8 RIO rIAY UITT THE APPROVAL OF THE ADMINISTRATOR BE VESTED IN THE STATF
It PART 6-DEFINITIONSS
ItCb 601oi. AS USED IN THIS TITLE-
WES' 'LAW ENFORCENEMT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE MEANS ANY ACTIVITY
PolopuINUI TO CRIME PREVENTION. CONTROL OR REDUCTIW OR THE ENFORCEMENT OF
I.E CRININIL LAW. INCLUDING. BUT NOT LIME TED TO POLICE EFFORTS TO PREVENT,
CiW vb aR REESE CRIME OR TO APPRFHEND CRIMINALS* ACTIVITIES OF COURTS
SUP IMGRININAL JMRISDICTION AC RELATED AGENCIES I INCLUDING PROSECUTORIAL
a 5910CfMfR SERVICES, ACTIVITIES OF CORRECTIONS, PROBATION, M PAROLE
U UTIS. AM) PROGRAMS RELATING TO THE PREVENTION, CONTROL. OR
SoUtWUM iF JUVENILE DELINOUENCY OR NARCOTIC ADDICTION.
WV-m fhORGAIZED CRIME6 PEAWS THE LMAMFUL ACTIVITIES OF THE MEMBERS OF
MjIGHLIV WrANtS.E CISCIPLINSD ASSOCIATION ENGAGED IN SUPPLYING ILLEGAL
10MO AND SMVICC-S. INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO GAPBLING. PROSTITUTICS.
t -ii SISSINUS. NARCOTICS. LABOR RACRETEERING AND OTHER UNLlWFUL












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ACTIVITIES OF MEMBERS OF SUCH ORGANIZATIONS. tin
"ICI 'STATE' MEANS ANY STATE OF THE UNITED STATES, THE DISTRICT iFt
COLUMBIA, THE COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO, AND AMY TERRITORY OR #SSCSS IV
OF THE UNITED STATES. eU
ID1 'UNIT OF GENERAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT' MEANS ANY CITY, cmuwpi
TOWNSHIP, TOWN, BOROUGH, PARISH, VILLAGE Olt OTHER GENERAL PuRUsCZ
POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF A STATE, AN INDIAN TRIBE WHICH PERFORM$ kA.W
ENFORCEMENT FUNCTIONS AS DETERMINED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, OR,
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASSISTANCE ELIGIBILITY. ANY AGENCY OF THE OISTiTtt8e
COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT OR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PERFORMIIIG (tU
ENFORCEMENT FUNCTIONS IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND FUNDS
APPROPRIATED BY THE CONGRESS FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF SUCH AGENCIES Mt:S
USED TO PROVIDE THE NON-FEDERAL SHARE OF THE COST OF PROGRAMS OR PWUMWVS
FUNDED UNDER THIS TITLE: PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT SUCH AS$ISINCE
ELIGIBILITY OF ANY AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SHAtL E FOR'W tf
SOLE PURPOSE OF FACILITATING THE TRANSFER OF CRIMINAL JURISOICTION 1FRW
THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TOIWE
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PURSUANT TO THE UISTRIC WU
COLUMBIA COURT REFORM AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ACT OF 1970.e /167 SThA1
21711/ //D.C. CODE PREC. 11-101 NOTE-// ; j
1(E 'COMBINATION' AS APPLIED TO STATES OR UNITS OF GENERAL LOfCLA
GOVERNMENT MEANS ANY GROUPING OR JOINING TOGETHER OF SUCH STATES OR UNITl
FOR THE PURPOSE OF PREPARING, DEVELOPING, OR IMPLEMENTING A LAN
ENFORCEMENT PLAN.
N(F) CONSTRUCTIONO MEANS THE ERECTION, ACQUISITION. EXPANSION OR'::
REPAIR IBUT NOT INCLUDING MINOR REMODEL INGCOR MINOR REPAIRS) OPFt1W;OR
EXISTING BUILDINGS OR OTHER PHYSICAL FACILITIES, AND THE ACQUISITIOrOR
INSTALLATION OF INITIAL EQUIPMENT THEREFORE. I
N"G 'STATE ORGANIZED CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL' MEANS A CONtftC
COMPOSED OF NOT MORE THAN SEVEN PERSONS ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO ST 4E L*UA
OR ESTABLISHED BY THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE STATE FOR THE PURPOSE OfYTWIS
TITLE1 OR AN EXISTING AGENCY SO DESIGNATED, WHICH COUNCIL SHALL BE BROABt
REPRESENTATIVE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS WITHIN SUCH STATE AND NHWUW
MEMBERS EY VIRTUE OF THEIR TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE SHALL BE KNOWLEDGE.f&E'
IN THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF ORGANIZED CRIME.
N"H) 'METROPOLITAN AREA' MEANS A STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL&AREA
AS ESTABLISHED BY ThE BUREAU OF THE BUDGET. SUBJECT, HOWEVER, TOIStH
MODIFICATIONS AND EXTENSIONS AS THE ADMINISTRATION MAY DETERMINtE ST E
APPROPRIATE.
NIt) 'PUBLIC AGENCY' MEANS ANY STATE, UNIT OF LOCAL GOYERNUN'e
COMBINATION OF SUCH STATES OR UNITS, OR ANY DEPARTMENT, A6ENCYwtUR
INSTRUMENTALITY OF ANY OF THE FOREGOING. A fl.qr
"IJI 'INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION' MEANS ANY SUCH INSTITUTION PAS
DEFINED BY SECTION 12011A) OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965 I2L0"S-C.
11411A31, SUBJECT, HOWEVER. TO SUCH MODIFICATIONS AND EXTENSIONS AS T:E
ADMINISTRATION MAY DETERMINE TO BE APPROPRIATE. //79 STAT. ItlOt t2"
STAT. 1042.//
01KI 'COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER' MEANS ANY CITIZtN WITH TiECAPACIT#4






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B inO INTEGRITY, AND STABILITY TO ASSIST IN OR PERFORM POLICE WORK
*l^OYtI NEWT ORDINARY STANDARDS FOR EMPLOYMENT AS A REGULAR POLICE
EL ICTED PROM THE IMMEDIATE LOCALITY OP THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF
VV tV0 BE A PART AND MEETING SUCH OTHER QUALIFICATIONS PROMULGATED
a: tpttaTfoNS PURSUANT TO SECTION 01 AS THE ADMINISTRATION MAY DETERMINE
#*WO^ PPRPt*IATE TO FURTHER THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 301(BI (7) AND THIS
ILI THE TERN 'CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Oft FACILITY' MEANS ANY PLACE
PTHE. CONFZNEMENT OR REHABILITATION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS OR INDIVIDUALS
cl g O0 CONVICTED OF CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
HE TERM 'COMPREHENSIVE' MEANS THAT THE PLAN MUST BE A TOTAL AND
ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEMS REGARDING THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
CMMWW ST ICE SYSTEM WITHIN THE STATE; GOALS@ PRIORITIES, AND
ST -lotMUST BE ESTABLISHED IN THE PLAN AND THE PLAN MUST ADDRESS
e ORGAWIZATIONM AND OPERATION PERFORMANCE, PHYSICAL AND HUMAN
NOGESSARY TO ACCOMPLISH CRIME PREVENTION, IDENTIFICATION
Aft" APPREHENSION -OF SUSPECTS ADJUDICATION; CUSTODIAL
F SUSPECTS ANb OFFENDERS, AND INSTITUTIONAL AND
SIFhU NAL REHADILITATIVY MEASURES.
TCRM 'TREATMENT' INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO. MEDICAL,
SOCIAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL* AND VOCATIONAL SERVICES, CORRECTIVE
fVE GUIDANCE AND TRAINING. AND OTHER REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
RB.W W PROTECT THE PUBLIC AND BENEFIT THE ADDICT OR OTHER USER BY
TING HIS DEPENDENCE ON ADDICTING OR OTHER DRUGS OR BY CONTROLLING
0AND HIS SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ADDICTION OR USF. //87 STAT.
-X.1 ... CMZINAL HISTORY INFORMATION' INCLUDES RECORDS AND RELATED DATA,
ft AN AUTOMATED CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATIONAL SYSTEM, COMPILED
UNSUEIMENT AGENCIES FOR PURPOSES OF IDENTIFYING CRIMINAL OFFENDERS
ALLEGED OFFENDERS AND MAINTAINING AS TO SUCH PERSONS SUMMARIES OP
WNAtITS, fleE NATURE AND DISPOSITION OF CRIMINAL CHARGES, SENTENCING,
GMIWS4M'- REHABILITATION AND RELEASE.
*PART H-CRIMINAL PENALTIES
SEC. 651. WHOEVER ENOEZZLES, WILLFULLY MISAPPLIES, STEALS, OR OBTAINS
BW FRAUD OR ENDEAVORS TO EMBEZZLE, WILLFULLY MISAPPLY, STEAL OR OBTAIN BY
IAll AMV FUeDS, ASSETS, OR PROPERTY WHICH ARE THE SUBJECT OF A GRANT OR
"WISACT OR OTHER FORM OF ASSISTANCE PURSUANT TO THIS TITLE, WHETHER
fsIqtOS SRIRCTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE ADMINISTRATION, OR WHOEVER
CttfIVES. CONCEALS, OR RETAINS SUCH FUNDS, ASSETS. OR PROPERTY WITH INTENT
T0 CONVERT SUCH FUNDS, ASSETS, OR PROPERTY TO HIS USE OR GAIN, KNOWING
SUCH FUNDS* ASSETS, CR PROPERTY HAVE BEEN EMBEZZLED, WILLFULLY MISAPPLIED,
STOLEN, OR OBTAINED BY FRAUD, SHALL BE FINED NOT MORE THAN S10,000 OR
IMPRISONED FOR NOT MORE THAN FIVE YEARS, OR BOTH.
*SEC. 652. WHOEVER KNOWINGLY AND WILLFULLY FALSIFIES, CONCEALS, OR
COVERS UP BY TRICK, SCHEME, OR DEVICE, ANY MATERIAL FACT IN ANY
APPLICATION FOR ASSISTANCE SUBMITTED PURSUANT TO THIS TITLE OR IN ANY
RECORDS REQUIRED TO BE MAINTAINED PURSUANT TO THIS TITLE SHALL BE SUBJECT
TO PROSECUTION UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1001 OF TITLE 10 UNITED






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STATES CODE. /162 STAT. 749.//
"SEC. 653. ANY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM CR PROJECT
UNDERWRITTEN, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, BY ANY GRANT, OR CONTRACT OR OTHER FORKt
OF ASSISTANCE PURSUANT TO THIS TITLE, WHETHER RECEIVED DIRECTLY OF
INDIR'5CTLY FROM THE ADMINISTRATION, SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE PROVISION
SECTION 371 OF TITLE 18, UNITED STATES CODE. /162 STAT. 701.1/
"PART I-ATTORNEY GENERAL'S BIENNIAL REPORT
OF FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
ACTIVITIES
SEC. 670. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, IN CONSULTATION WITH THE APPROPRIATE.
OFFICIALS IN THE AGENCIES INVOLVED, WITHIN 90 DAYS OF THE END OF .1fKCH
SECOND FISCAL YEAR SHALL SUBMIT TO THE PRESIDENT AND TO THE CONGRESS A
REPORT OF FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCEt
ACTIVITIES, SETTING FORTH THF PROGRAMS CONDUCTED, : EXPrNDITURES 9ACEAFTs
RESULTS ACHIEVED, PLANS DEVELOPED, AND PROBLEMS DISC 'VERED IN THEr.
OPERATIONS AND COORDINATION OF THE VARIOUS FEDERAL ASSISimuNCl PROGRAMS
RELATING TO CRIME PREVENTION AND CONTROL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
THE JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION AND CONTROL ACT OF 1968, //42 USC 3801
NOTE.// THE NARCOTICS ADDICT REHABILITATION ACT 1968, THE GUN CONTROL: ACT
1968, THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT OF 1964. TITLE XI OF THE ORGANIZED %RMNE
CONTROL ACT OF 1970 (RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF EXPLOSIVES, AND TITLE
III OF THE OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFF STREETS ACT OF 1968 (RELATING T%.
WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE).u //18 USC 921 NOTE. 3006A NOTdEO,
841, 2513 NOTE.// i
NSEC. 3. //87 STAT. 218// THE AMENDMENTS MADE BY THIS ACT SHALL TAKE
EFFECT ON AND AFTER JULY 1, 1973. EXCEPT THAT THF OFFICES AND SALARIES
MODIFIED UNDER SECTIONS 101. 505. AND 506 OF TITLE I OF THE OMNIBUS CRIME
CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS ACT OF 1968 AS AMENDED BY THIS ACT SHALL BE
MODIFIED PROSPECTIVELY ONLY, EFFECTIVE ON AND AFTER THE DATE OF TN!.::
ENACTMENT OF THIS ACT.
LEGISLATIVE t!ISTORY:
HOUSE REPORTS: NO. 93 249 (COMM. ON THE JUDICIARY) LAID
NO. 93 401 (COMM. OF CONFERENCES.
SENATE REPORT NO. 93 349 (COMM. OF CONFERENCE).
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, VOL. 119 (19731:
JUNE 14, 18, CONSIDERED AND PASSED HOUSE. JUNE 289 CONSIDERED AN&C
PASSED SENATE, AMENDED, IN .
LIEU OF S. 1930. AUG. 2, HOUSE AND SENATE AGREED TO CONFERENCE:;:
REPORT.





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**ITEM 14*0

l7UC .NA 93 8; 87 STAT. 221
RIPULTURE AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT OF 1973.
... .... .. . *1 93RD CONGRESS. S. 1888
AUGUST 10, 1973
Ok ~ AN ACT
P i. TV pp AND AMFID THE AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1970 FOR THE PURPOSE OF
i ~spai*. CONSUMERS OF PLENTIFUL SUPPLIES OF FOOD AND FIBER AT
.*LE PRI CPS.
WVT IPCTIe BY Wet SENATE AMED HOUSE OF REPRESENTATI VES OF THE UNITED
SfTE#%OF AMWRICA 1k: CONGRESS ASSEMBLED, THAT THE AGRICULTURE ACT OF 1970
t* ArNDnAS FOLLOWS: //84 STAT. 1358. 7 USC 1305//
.j TITLE I IS itfINCEP TO READ AS FOLLOWS:
*TITLF I-PAYM"NTS LIMITATION
..S .0 101. KOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF LAW-
'"rtlg$7E TOTAL APOUNT OF PAYMENTS WHICH A PERSON SHALL BE ENTITLFO TO
R WCIJ*E'U* ONE CR NCRE OF THE ANNUAL PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED BY TITLES IV,
YjJ 'DVI 'iF THIS ACT FOR THE 1974 THROUGH 1977 CROPS OF THE COMMODITIES
ithL Nb? EXCEEC 520.000.
utpF TOE TERM 'PAVYENTS' AS USED IN THIS SECTION SHALL NOT INCLUDE
L.OPN OIR PIRCrASeS, 00 ANY PART OF ANY PAYMENT WHICH IS DETERMINED BY TH
S ATRV TO RIPRESFNT COMPENSATION FOR RESOURCE ACJUSTMENT OR PUBLIC
ACCSS ORUECR#ATIOh.
9:1 VPFTP SECRETARY M DETERMINEB THAT THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF PAYMENTS
;:,t1Wt BE EatrEC BY ANY PERSON'. UNDFR THE PROGRAM IN EFFECT FOR ANY
UdqA. "I REDUCED UNGER THIS SECTION, THE SET-ASIDE ACFRAGE FOR THE
l ihr F-ARMS ON WHICH SUCH PERSON WILL BE SHARING IN PAYMENTS EARNED
l SYCW PROGRAM SHALL BE REDUCED TO SUCH EXTEAT AND IN SUCH MANNER AS
T| SEC~tARY DETERMINES bILL BE FAIR AND REASONABLE IN RELATION TO THE
1W THE PAYWtNT REDUCTION.
i TIE SRCRETART SHALL ISSUE REGULATIONS DEFINING THE TERM 'PERSON'
ARtBIN6 SUCH RULES AS HE DETERMINES NECESSARY TO ASSURE A FAIR AND
EA APPLICATION bO SUCH LIMITATIONS //97 STAT. 222/f PROVIDFO,
A SHE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT WHICH LIMIT PAYMENTS TO ANY PERSON SHALL
APPLICABLE TC LANDS OWNED BY STATES* POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS. OR
infS HNEREOF. SO LONG AS SUCH LANDS ARE FARMED PRIMARILY IN THE DIRECT
SAUCE OF A PUBLIC FUNCTION, AS DETERMINED BY THE SECRETARY. THE
RiL"S FQR OETERmiNtNG WHETHER CORPORATIONS AND THEIR STOCKHOLDERS MAY BE
COSSfhOD AS SEPARATE PERSONS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS
itSEb SY THE SECRETARY ON DECEMBER 16, 1910. *
DAILY PROGRAM
MILK MARKETING ORDERS
1t,1 SECTION 201 IS AMENDED BY- //V USC 608C NOTF.//
1A) AMENDING SECTION 20IEI BY STRIKING OUT -1973N AND INSERTING
*197T7 AND BY STRIKING OUT "1976" AND INSERTING 019830t AND
181 ACOING AT THE END THEREOF THF FOLLOWING:
IEF) TIE AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT AS REENACTED AND AMENDED BY THE


























*IZJ INSERT ING AFTER THE PSIASE sPURI: .45..
SECTION ICU8B tIS STATE. 247.// T1EF P3551 *16TO:.
AND FURTHER TO ASSURE A LEVEL OF MfRt INCOIS Hft4 ..
PRODUCTIVE CAPACITY SUffICIENT TO PUT-, lEE ICIfhPA F -
P.MIL r PAICEi StUPPORI, WU*#TVt y jCSS
131 SECTI ON 202 IS ANENIbE-. BY I%.* 'IaBTB- T13*1? 7 ..G ........
113 STRIKiNGi TE INTROfUCTORt CLAIUSE MN!IC t~iflE 0 ~ B| B
4B) EFFECTIVE APRIL 1. 1fl74, gSERTS I me X (lsUBt?
THE PERIOD AT THE END OF Tr E FEAST SENTENCE: WTH
FCLLOMING: /187 STAT. 222/1 //it STAt, .22/3911 6P.NB
*I LK Tk 1NEET CUBRSET NEE9Sq REFsttC CWANGPS iII &*
PRIIDMCTION, AMP ASSUR6q LIE.I.. OF FAR ICiuE ffui^w
PRODLETIIE C*PAtCITVf SOFEICIEIJT 0 NWT. ANhtCIPATI! FVUSiiJf
J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..' " .. . . n .i ^ i UyU H..............
AND..J
IC' INSERTING IN. SUBSECflTIs;* BFTER THE: FiRSt4l ffjailiacfl
QUOTATION TIE -FOLLOWING1 W"OTUIHSTANOINe THE eIE
FOR THE PtRI0o BEGINNING MIT*l THE PATE OF E1i4Ct
AGRICULTURE ANV CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT OF -1-297
31. 1975. TIE PRICE OF NILK SMALL BE SUPPOSTEQ AT4 .F IS
PER CENTUM OF THE PARTY PRICE THEREFOe :. r4 E
TRANSFER OF DAIRY PROPUCTS-ID THE MITLTARY
AND TO VETERANS HOSPITALS
141 SECTION 203 IS AMENDED ST STRIRINGOQUT 0497303AW I:S#M6 IRP31
I/7 USC 1446A.// *.a i..
DAIRY INUESNITY PROGRAM .....,... *.
151 SECTION 234 IS AR&NEQEQ.BY-; 1I7 ut 4501.11 1.r n
W-: STRJKING: a9Ut. 7ii .. kUISER!lSG ;nAtVLt,
1II STRIKING USUBCTION sto Ao SASmTuTI S-t15R TI E






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try' tW LP IfGS 11/84 JTAT. 1362. 7 USC 450Jv//
V SECTION.t 1s" SAID ACT IS AMENDED TO READ AS. FOLLOWS:
l1. TW.SECRETARY 'OF AGRICULTURE IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE
5to P MJLK OR COWS PRODUCING SUCH MILK AT A FAIR MARKET
1-MW.3 WHO' NHAVE' BEEN DIRECTED SINCE JANUARY 1 1964 1BUT
^ ~iteM':Q DATE OF WNACTMER IOF THE AGRICULTURE AND CONSIDER
11ie or ztn' IN THE CASE OP INDEMNITY PAYMENTS NOV AUTHORIZED
04" BAf dF ENACIMENT), TO REMOVE THEIR MILK, AND TO HARE
l VENTS FOR DAIRY PRODUCTS AT FAIR MARKET VALUE TO
..*...F A41RY RO T SAVE -'EEN DIRECTED SINCE THE DATE OF
.........TH.A.tC IRA AT OF 1970 10 REMOVE THEIR DAIRY PRODUCTS
AftL' UWKTS BECAUSE OF RESIDUES OF CHEMICALS REGISTERED AND
'USE SW THV FEDERAL" GOVERNMENT AT THE' TIME Of SUCH USE. /184
*by-SV USC '130S NOTE.// ANY' INDEMNITY. PAYMENT TO ANY FARMER SHALL
wff*e HE HAS fEEN REINSTATED AND IS AGAIN ALLOWEODTO DISPOSE OF
UENISLK N CGMRNPICIAL MARKETS.'"
.. Ahl DAIRAiNPORT STUDY
TTLJE 11 IS AMENDED' BY ADDINGSAT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING:
s4g I 'TI4 SkCRETAR& OF AGRICULTURE IS AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO
iAC6MIEENSIVE "YTUY TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT UPON DOMESTIC
03YaTlQIUCERSt HANCLOtS, AND PROCESSORS AND UPON CONSUMERS OF INCREASES
169, Afrh WkE OF IMPORTS, [P ANY, OF DAIRY PRODUCTS AND REPORT HIS
T. T ETHER WITH ANY ROCONNMEIOATIOtS HF MAY HAVE WITH RESPECT TO
W- O-HFR MATTERS, TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES NO
4F, 1975. FOP THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION DAIRY
IIIC'LViEtS ALL FORMS OF MILW AND ODAIRY PRODUCTS, BUTTERFAT, MILK
met AS Y cO1JBINATTOW OR MIXTURE THEREOF; //87 STAT. 2231/
1 02' ANt ARTICC!, COMPOUND& AOR MIXTURE CONTAINING 5 PER
*4CNEOP- EUTTftFAT. OR Mtlfl SOLtUS-NWT-FAT, OR ANY COMBINATIONS
A 35 LACTOSE, AND OTHER DERIVATIVES OF MILK, BUTTERFAT, OR
AT-:T, IF IMPOREOCOMMERCIAtLY FOR ANY FOOD USE. DAIRY
ANS :flArNOQT INCLUDE (11 CASEIN, CASEINATES, INDUSTRIAL CASEIN,
'flrnrfrkL'CASnMATES. OR ANY OTHER INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS, NOT TO BE USED IN
O"ANY FOOL USE, OR AN INGREDIENT C' FOOD; OR 2) ARTICLES NOT
G 41.1DfR*.TO BE DAIRY PRODUCTS, SUCH AS CANDY, BAKERY GOODS, AND
H~lto it~,.,: ,'^.. ,...* ** P9011CERS: HANDLERS **
I206A THE LEGAL STATUS OF PRODUCER HANDLERS DF MILK UNDER THE
|k6Otti&4w..OFtrIfE AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMYT 'ACT, AS REENACTED AND AMENDED BY
Iw^Act irKstTURAtNRETi*6 AGREEMENT ACT"OF 1937, AS AMENDED, SHALL BE THE
jSUBSEqJENT TO THE ADOPTION OF THE AMENDMENTS MADE BY THE AGRICULTURE
w;ns9 AS IT WAS-PRIOR THSETO"'//4s STATw 311 50 STAT. 246. 7 USC
S' *" WOOL PROGRAMM
KI f0I' tSTiON aI IS AMENDED BY- /W4 STATIC 1362. 7 USC 1782.//
IA StRIKII6 OUT "'1973" EACH PcACE It OCCURS AND INSERTING
m t 'ajT7*, AND BY STRIKING OUT TAE WORD THREE" EACH PLACE IT OCCURS.





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AND :. ir .
(Bi ADDING AT THE END THEREOF THE FOLLOWING ,.
"16 STRIKE OUT THE FIRST SENTENCE OF SECTION 708 AND* I RVTHE
FOLLOWING: //68 STAT. 912. 7 USC 17i7./n 'THE SECRETARY OFQ S
AUTHORIZED TO ENTER INTO. AGREEMENTS WITH, OR TO APPROVE AGRAE
INTO BETWEEN, MARKETING COOPERATIVES, TRADE AS5WCZATJJIW7.blt S
ENGAGED OR WHOSE MEMBERS ARE ENGAGED IN THE HAN.1 ING tF',M. 4
SHEEP, OR GOATS OR THE PRODUCTS THEREOF FOR THE PURPOO OF -DI
CONDUCTING ON A NATIONAL. STATE,,OR REGIONAL. BASIS ADVERTIS.$IG S
PROMOTIJN PROGRAMS AND PROGRAMS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND 0D1$M) F
INFORMATION ON PRODUCT QUALITY, PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT, AG
IMPROVEMENT, FOR WOOL, MOHAIR, SHEEP, OR GOATS OR-TNi PRODUGISN.,5
ADVERTISING AND SALES PROMOTION PROGRAMS MAY BE CONDUCTEDh OUT 4AN t
UNITED STATES FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAINTAINING AND EXPANDING FOR1 4S
AND USES FOR MOHAIR OR GOATS OR THE PRODUCTS THEREOF PROqt CEI9,IffTE
UNITED STATES.'e." -; r nr
WHEAT PROGRAM
WHEAT PRODUCTION INCENTIVES 1 JJA| L2
181 EFECT IVE BEGINNING WITH THE 1974 CROP SECTION 40 S MURQBR..Y
STRIKING OUT "1971, 1972, AND 1973" AND INSERTING "1971 THRCOUGO 19fl',&D
SECTION 107 OF THE AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1949, AS IT AR.qEARS TfRE6M4.S
AMENDED BY- //84 STAT. 1362. 7 USC 1445A AND NOTE.J/ t: q -rjqiHfl
[A) AMENDING SECTION 107lAI TO READ AS FOLLOWS: //h4$TA.ptqA2.
7 USC 1445A.// /187 STAT. 2251// 44
"(AD LOANS AND PURCHASES ON EACH CROP OF WHEAT SHALL ME JOE 4. E
AT SUCH LEVEL AS THE SECRETARY DETERMINES APPROPRIATE, V9, c.i
CONSIDERATION COMPETITIVE WORLD PRICES OF WHEAT, TiE FEEDING 4F
WHEAT IN RELATICN TO FEED GRAINS, AND THE.LEVEL AT :VHIClo PRICE $M*JNZXA5
MADE AVAILABLEE FOR FEED GRAINS: PROVIDED,. THAT IN NO EVENT AIWX CH
LEVEL BE IN EXCESS CF THE PARITY PRICE FOR WHEAT OR LESS THAMiPIIJL PR
BUSHEL." :.
IBb.SUBSTITUTING THE WORD -PAYMEN4S" FOR THE WORD "CMTIPK4ARSw
IN SECTION 107(81;
(C) STRIKING THE QUOTATION MARK AT THE END OF SECTi
AND *- .-
A D) ADDING AT THE END OF THE SECTION .THE FOL.OWJt*:
w(C) PAYMENTS SHALL BE MADE FOR EACH CROP OF WHEAT TO THE PROWIJCE %,ON
EACH FARM IN AN AMOUNT DETERMINED BY- MULTIPLYING (1) THE AMOUNT BY SWICH
THE HIGHER OF--
"(I) THE NATIONAL WEIGITED AVERAGE MARKET PatIE RetCAVEOL BY
FARMERS DURING THE FIRST FIVE MONTHS OF THE MARKETING YEAR FqftSUCH
CROP, AS DETERMINED BY THE SECRETARY, OR
*(21 THE LOAN LEVEL DETERMINED UNDER SUBSECTION (A1 FOR SUCHnP
IS LESS THAN THE ESTABLISHED PRICE OF $2.05 PER BUSHEL IN THE CASE ,OFZ.fiE
1974 AND 1575 CROPS, $2.05 PER BUSHEL ADJUSTED TO REFLECT ANY CHANGE
DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1975 IN THE INDEX OF PRICES PAID BVjFARMERS FOR
PRODUCTInN ITEMS, INTEREST, TAXES, AND WAGE RATES IN THE CASE OF THE 1976
CROP, AND THE ESTABLISHED PRICE FOR THE 1976 CROP ADJUSTED TO REFLECT ANY