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CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE

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Library of Congress No. 73-600118

SUGGESTED IDENTIFICATION:
1998 Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Superintendent of Documents
Government Printing Office
Washington, DC 20402

The 1998 edition is sold on a subscription basis by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. It consists of the basic manual and change as issued for one year. The order for the Catalog must be accompanied by a check or money order make payable to the Superintendent of Documents. Although the Catalog is published by the Office of Management and Budget and the General Services Administration, subscriptions for the Catalog are only available through the Government Printing Office (see Subscription Form in back of Catalog).

Service adjustments: For change of address, non-receipt, or discrepancies, send full details with latest mailing label to the address in the upper left corner of label.

Catalog Highlights

The Update to the 1998 Catalog contains 1386 assistance programs administered by 57 Federal agencies. As a potential applicant, always contact the agency information sources in the program descriptions for the latest information concerning assistance programs.

The following programs were revised substantially and are printed in their entirety: 20.205, Highway Planning and Construction; 20.219, Recreation Trails Program; 66.811, Brownfield Pilots Cooperative Agreements. AGRICULTURE

A pilot program has been developed to foster the use of options con

tracts as a risk management tool for diary farmers (10.454). The National Sheep Industry Improvement Center has been established to provide loans, loan guarantees, and direct payments to promote and foster the sheep and goat industries (10.774).

ARTS

Project grants are being offered to support performing arts cultural ex

changes (82.030).

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Grants are being offered to States with chemical agent stockpiles to en

hance emergency preparedness (83.549). Project grants are available to States to establish and maintain effective dam safety programs (83.550). A project grant program has been established for States and communities to implement sustained disaster mitigation programs (83.551).

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EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING A program to provide formula grant assistance to Federally recognized

Indian tribes and Alaska Native nonprofit corporations for welfare-towork projects that move hard to employ welfare recipients into lasting unsubsidized jobs and family self-sufficiency is being offered (17.254).

ENVIRONMENTAL

A program has been established to provide project grants local govern

ments, nonprofit and for-profit corporations, and community groups to identify and address environmental threats to the health of children (66.609).

INTERNATIONAL

A program has been developed to establish American Business Centers

in Russia to develop, support, and enhance the ability of Russian businesses as viable trade and investment partners for American business firms (11.115). An international program has been established to foster sustainable linkages between U.S. academic institutions and academic institutions in the New Independent States (NIS) (82.010).

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Project grants have been designed to stimulate diversity in education

and training in the sciences and technology in the State of Colorado (81.116).

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