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NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
77.001 RADIATION CONTROL- TRAINING ASSISTANCE AND ADVISORY COUNSELING
FEDERAL AGENCY: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION. AUTHORIZATION: Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, Sec
tion 274; Public Law 86-373; 73 Stat. 688; 42 U.S.C. 2021. OBJECTIVES: To assist states to achieve, maintain, and improve their
capabilities to conduct radiation control programs, so as to assure that State programs established through agreements with NRC for transfer of certain NRC regulatory authority over atomic energy materials to the states will continue to be adequate to protect health and safety and be compatible with NRC's regulatory pro
gram. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Training; Advisory Services and Counsel
ing; Dissemination of Technical Information. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Training is provided at no cost to
personnel of State and local governments in order to improve the radiological health training of staff members responsible for carrying out radiation control programs. Courses and counseling are provided in health physics and radiation protection, safety aspects of using radioactive materials, regulatory practices and procedures, and compliance inspection. States may also request reimbursement of their expenses incurred in NRC approved train
ing activities. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: State and local government agencies which are
or will be responsible for administering radiation control programs under an agreement with NRC for assumption by the State
of regulatory authority initially exercised by the NRC. Beneficiary Eligibility: Personnel nominated by State and local
government agencies for specific training courses must have academic training or experience in one of the physical or life sciences equivalent to a bachelor's degree.
Preapplication Coordination: None.
Renewals: Not applicable.
Formula and Matching Requirements: None.
Length and Time Phasing of Assistance: Not applicable.
Account Identification: 18-00-0101-0-1-058; 18-00-0103-0-1-058
75 $125,000; and FY 76 est $150,000. Range and Average of Financial Assistance: Not applicable. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: In fiscal year 1974, there were
83 State personnel who participated in four training programs i both technical and administration subjects neccesary to radiation control programs. Training in the form of accompaniment of State inspectors and compliance training was provided to 15
spectors in 11 states.
Regional or Local Office: None.
sion Materials and Fuel Cycle and Facility Licensing, Nucien
(301) 492-7767. RELATED PROGRAMS: 66.503, Radiation Research Grants.
spendix 1: Programs Requiring Clearinghouse Review
plicants for assistance under the following programs are required 10
y the appropriate planning and development clearinghouse(s) of in**10 apply in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-95 (revised), Part
13.240 Mental Health-Community Mental Health Centers 13.246 Migrant Health Grants 13.251 Alcohol Community Service Programs 13.252 Alcohol Demonstration Programs 13.254 Drug Abuse Demonstration Programs 13.256 Office for Health Maintenance Organizations 13.259 Mental Health-Children's Services 13.267 Urban Rat Control 13.275 Drug Abuse Education Programs 13.284 Emergency Medical Services 13.286 Limitation on Federal Participation for Capital Expenditures 13.369 Nursing School Construction-Loan Guarantees and Interest
Subsidies 13.378 Health Professions Teaching Facilities-Loan Guarantees and
Inter Subsidies 13.392 Cancer-Construction 13.400 Adult Education-Grants to States 13.408 Construction of Public Libraries 13.477 School Assistance in Federally Affected Areas-Construction 13.493 Vocational Education-Basic Grants to States 13.494 Vocational Education-Consumer and Homemaking 13.495 Vocational Education-Cooperative Education 13.499 Vocational Education-Special Needs 13.501 Vocational Education-Work Study 13.502 Vocational Education-Innovation 13.516 Supplementary Educational Centers and Services-Special
Programs and Projects 13.519 Supplementary Educational Centers and Services, Guidance,
Counseling, and Testing 13.520 Special Programs for Children with Specific Learning Disa
bilities 13.600 Child Development-Head Start 13.609 Special Programs for the Aging 13.612 Native American Programs 13.624 Rehabilitation Services and Facilities-Basic Support 13.626 Rehabilitation Services and Facilities-Special Projects 13.630 Developmental Disabilities-Basic Support (construction only)
or detailed information on requirements which must be met before ving, refer to the Preapplication Coordination section of each pro
i description. This list of Circular No. A-95, Part I programs take 'dence over all previously published lists; provided that any program jously covered but not listed herein because it is not presently
ed or operative which becomes funded or operative is again covered art I, unless specifically exempted by OMB.
Ibsequently as between Attachment D of the Circular and Appendix The Catalog whichever one bears the later date should be consulted.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 05 Farm Labor Housing Loans and Grants 09 Irrigation, Drainage, and Other Soil and Water Conservation
Loans (Exception: Loans to grazing associations (to develop additional pasturage) and loans for purchase of
equipment) 10 Low to Moderate Income Housing Loans 1+11 Rural Housing Site Loans +14 Resource Conservation and Development Loans
#15 Rural Rental Housing Loans +18 Water and Waste Disposal Systems for Rural Communities
119 Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Loans +22 Business and Industrial Development Loans (Exception:
Loans to rural small businesses having no significant im
pact outside community in which located) 423 Community Facilities Loans
424 Industrial Development Grants 658 Cooperative Forest Insect and Disease Control 901 Resource Conservation and Development (Exception: Pro
jects under $7,500, erosion and sediment control, land stabilization, and rehabilitation and consolidation of existing
systems) 904 Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
300 Economic Development-Grants and Loans for Public Works
and Development Facilities .302 Economic Development-Support for Planning Organizations .303 Economic Development-Technical Assistance .304 Economic Development-Public Works Impact Projects
(procedural exception) .305 Economic Development-State and Local Economic Develop
ment Planning .306 Economic Development District Operational Assistance .307 Economic Development-Special Economic Development and
Adjustment Assistance Program .418 Coastal Zone Management Program Development .419 Coastal Zone Management Program Administration
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT 14.103* Interest Reduction Payments-Rental and Cooperative Hous
ing for Lower Income Families 14.105* Interest Subsidy-Homes for Lower Income Families 14.112* Mortgage Insurance-Construction or Rehabilitation of Con.
dominium Projects 14.115* Mortgage Insurance-Development of Sales-Type Cooperative
Projects 14.116 Mortgage Insurance-Group Practice Facilities 14.121* Mortgage Insurance-Homes in Outlying Areas 14.124* Mortgage Insurance-Investor Sponsored Cooperative Housing 14.125* Mortgage Insurance-Land Development and New Communi
ties 14.126* Mortgage Insurance-Management-Type Cooperative Projects 14.127* Mortgage Insurance-Mobile Home Parks 14.128 Mortgage Insurance-Hospitals 14.129 Mortgage Insurance-Nursing Homes and Related Care Facili
ties 14.134* Mortgage Insurance-Rental Housing 14.135* Mortgage Insurance-Rental Housing for Moderate Income
Families 14.137* Mortgage Insurance-Rental Housing for Low and Moderate
Income Families, Market Interest Rate 14.138* Mortgage Insurance-Rental Housing for the Elderly 14.139* Mortgage Insurance-Rental Housing in Urban Renewal Areas 14.141 Non-Profit Housing Sponsor Loans-Planning Projects for
Low and Moderate Income Families
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ..101 Beach Erosion Control Projects 1.106 Flood Control Projects ..107 Navigation Projects 2.108 Snagging and Clearing for Flood Control 2.109 Snagging and Clearing for Navigation DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND
WELFARE 3.210 Comprehensive Public Health Services-Formula Grants 3.217 Family Planning Projects 3.224 Health Services Development Project Grants 3.235 Drug Abuse Community Service Programs
23.002 Appalachian Supplements to Federal Grant-in-Aid (basic
grants only) 23.003 Appalachian Development Highway System 23.004 Appalachian Health Demonstrations (planning and construc
tion only) 23.005 Appalachian Housing Planning Loan 23.008 Appalachian Local Access Roads 23.010 Appalachian Mine Area Restoration 23.011 Appalachian State Research, Technical Assistance, and
Demonstration Projects 23.012 Appalachian Vocational Education Facilities and Operations 23.013 Appalachian Child Development 23.014 Appalachian Housing Site Development and off Site Im
provement Grants 23.016 Appalachian Vocational and Technical Education Demon
PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGIONAL COMMISSION 11.76.001 Pacific Northwest Economic Development 76.002 Pacific Northwest-Technical and Planning Assistance
Note: The following programs either have not been assigned a **Catalog number or have an uncertain organizational or funding status. 1. Public Law 92-424. Economic Opportunity Amendments of
1972. Assistance under programs for New Special Emphasis (Section 11), Design and Planning Assistance (Section 226), Youth Recreation and Sports (Section 227), Consumer Ac
tion and Cooperation (Section 228). 2. Public Law 92-318. Education Amendments of 1972. For Con
struction of Academic Facilities (Section 161). 3. Public Law 93-641. National Health Planning and Resources Tre
Development Act of 1974: Planning Grants to Health Systems Agencies (Section 1516); Assistance for modernization, construction conversion of medical facilities (Section 1601 et seq-Title XVI, Public Health Service Act). These programs will replace 13.206 (Comprehensive Health Planning-Areawide Grants) and 13.220, and 13.253 (Health Facilities Construction).