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CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE

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The 2000 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.

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Catalog Highlights

The 2000 Basic Catalog contains 1,425 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. CRIME

Funding has been provided for specialized services so that Federal

firearm licensees can gain information by telephone or electronic methods to determine if the purchase of a firearm by a prospective buyer would violate Federal or State laws (16.309). Project grants are being offered to States and local jurisdictions to establish a State uniform crime reporting program that captures detailed statistics and counts of crimes and arrests (16.733). Project grants are provided to States and other government entities to help prevent youth crime through education and training initiatives (21.053).

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HEALTH AND HUMAN
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Project grants are available to support nursing education and practice

including funding for Master and Doctoral degree programs (93.247). Grants to assist schools in planning, developing, and operating programs for pediatric dentistry and to provide financial assistance to residents are being funded (93.248). Grants are available for Public Health Training Centers for the purpose of improving the Nation's health system (93.249). A program is funded to promote the development of geriatrician careers and to increase the number of junior faculties at accredited schools (93.250). Funds are being made available for States to implement a program that provides universal newborn hearing screening prior to discharge from the hospital (93.251). Project grants are available to strengthen integrated health care systems and coordinate health services for the uninsured (93.252). Cooperative agreements are funded for an injury prevention program for American Indians and Alaskan Natives (93.284). A program to provide services and rehabilitation for victims of torture is available (93.604). HIV emergency relief project grants are available for metropolitan areas to provide effective and cost efficient health care and support services (93.914).

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