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50.001 Continuity of Government and Management of Resources in 50.002 Disaster Assistance Emergencies
50.003 State Disaster Plans and Programs OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
51.001 Intergovernmental Relations and Liaison
OZARKS REGIONAL COMMISSION
52.001 Ozarks Regional Economic Development
PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT OF THE HANDICAPPED
53.001 Handicapped Employment Promotion
PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON MENTAL RETARDATION
54.001 Mental Retardation Evaluation
Department of Medicine and Surgery-Continued
64.014 Veterans State Domiciliary Care
64.015 Veterans State Nursing Home Care
64.016 Veterans State Hospital Care
64.017 Grants to States for Remodeling of State Home
64.018 Sharing Specialized Medical Resources
Department of Veterans Benefits
64.100 Automobiles and Adaptive Equipment for Certain Disabled Veterans and Members of the Armed Forces
64.101 Burial Allowance for Veterans
64.102 Compensation for Service-Connected Deaths for Veterans' Dependents
64.103 Life Insurance for Veterans
64.104 Pension for Nonservice-Connected Disability for Veterans
Department of Veterans Benefits-Continued
64.105 Pension to Veterans Widows and Children
64.106 Specially Adapted Housing for Disabled Veterans
64.107 Veterans Assistance Centers
64.108 Veterans Business Loans-Guaranteed and Insured Loans 64.109 Veterans Compensation for Service-Connected Disability 64.110 Veterans Dependency and Indemnity Compensation for Service-Connected Death
64.111 Veterans Educational Assistance
64.112 Veterans Farm Loans
64.113 Veterans Housing-Direct Loans and Advances 64.114 Veterans Housing-Guaranteed and Insured Loans
64.115 Veterans Information and Assistance
64.116 Vocational Rehabilitation for Disabled Veterans 64.117 War Orphans and Widows Educational Assistance 64.118 Veterans Housing-Direct Loans for Disabled Veterans 64.119 Veterans Housing-Mobile Home Loans
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
10.001 AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH - BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH (RMA Act - Agricultural Omnibus Bill)
FEDERAL AGENCY: AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE,
OBJECTIVES: Making agricultural research discoveries; evaluating alternative ways of attaining goals; and providing scientific technical information.
TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Dissemination of Technical Information.
USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Patents resulting from research are available for licensing without charge to responsible individuals or organizations. Results of research are available to the public upon request after public disclosure. Research results are beneficial to national goals of scientific knowledge, dissemination of knowledge, and utilization of scientific knowledge. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Applicant Eligibility: Anyone is eligible for technical information. For grants the prospective applicant must have facilities available for performing under Government license. Beneficiary Eligibility: Same as applicant eligibility. Credentials/Documentation: None. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preapplication Coordination: None.
Application Procedure: Letter to Agricultural Research Service for grants and technical information. For grants give name of applicant, location of facilities, and state of incorporation, if any. Award Procedure: Grant Review Board considers each proposal, evaluates the qualifications of applicant in line with research to be undertaken and determines priority for final negotiations of grant. Deadlines: None.
Range of Approval/Disapproval Time: Not available.
Formula and Matching Requirements: None.
Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Not applicable.
POST ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Records: Not applicable.
Account Identification: 05-04-1400-0-1-355; 05-04-3914-0-4-355; 05-04-9999 0 7-355.
Obligations: (Salaries and expenses) FY 70 $3,057,346; FY 71 est $3,262,668; and FY 72 est $3,421,989. (Grants) FY 70 $1,055,623; FY 71 est $1,200,000; and FY 72 est $1,200,000. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: Not available. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Accomplishments from agricultural research include development of: seed corn resistant to corn leaf blight, new high protein wheats, highly effective insect attractants, hormone-like insect controls, causes of low performance in crops and livestock, methods for improving crop and livestock output, ways of obtaining range and crop seedings, and methods for reducing crop and livestock wastes. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: Bulletins, both technical and popular, are available to the public. For information on Agricultural Research Service, see "Agricultural Information Bulletin No. 224, Questions and Answers on Agricultural Research." Special information is available on community and family betterment - including ways to increase employment, broaden community income, and enhance family living conditions. These publications may be obtained through U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Information.
Regional or Local Office: Not applicable. Headquarters Office: Administrator, Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Washington, D.C. 20250. Telephone: (202) 388-3656. RELATED PROGRAMS: 10.200, Contracts and Grants for Scientific Research; 10.202, Cooperative Forestry Research; 10.203, Payments to Agricultural Experiment Stations Under Hatch Act; 10.250, Agricultural and Rural Economic Research; 10.651, Forestry Cooperative Research; 10.652, Forestry Research; 62.001, Fertilizer Development.
10.002 PLANT AND ANIMAL DISEASE AND PEST CONTROL
FEDERAL AGENCY: AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE,
OBJECTIVES: To protect U.S. agriculture from economically injurious plant and animal diseases and pests.
TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Dissemination of Technical Information; Provision of Specialized Services.
USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: ARS conducts surveys and inspections to detect and appraise infestations; conducts or contracts for eradication and control activities; and carries out regulatory actions to prevent interstate spread of infestations. There are 18 Federal-State programs for controlling specific pests and diseases of plants and 8 specified diseases or pests that infect animals.
Applicant Eligibility: State and local agencies and groups who need Federal assistance to eradicate injurious plant and animal diseases and pests that are a threat to regional or national agriculture. Memoranda of understanding and cooperative agreements are developed which outline the details of cooperation and participation on these programs.
Beneficiary Eligibility: Same as applicant eligibility.
Obligations: (Salaries and expenses) FY 70 $89,331,538; FY 71 est $96,358,650; and FY 72 est $96,842,650.
Range and Average of Financial Assistance: Not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Selected examples of progress:
Brucellosis-free counties, fiscal year 1969, $1,325 and fiscal year 1970, $1,498; hog Cholera-free states, fiscal year 1969, 12 and fiscal year 1970, 15; animal welfare inspections, fiscal year 1969, 11,722 and fiscal year 1970, 15,266; rendering plants in cleanup phase of Salmonella programs, fiscal year 1969, 283 and fiscal year 1970, 899.
Inspections of plant and animal products at ports of entry are instrumental in preventing the invasion of serious pests and
REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND LITERATURE: Bulletins, both technical and popular, are available to the public through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Information.
Regional or Local Office: Not applicable.
Headquarters Office: Administrator, Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Washington, D.C. 20250. Telephone: (202) 388-3656. RELATED PROGRAMS: 10.506, Extension Programs for Pesticide Safety and Rural Civil Defense; 10.510, Extension Programs for Environmental Improvement; 12.100, Aquatic Plant Control; 15.601, Animal Damage Control.