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1 which impair the freedom of thought and expression of any 2 recipients or other beneficiaries of such grants. 3 (d) The Director may (1) pay grants in such install4 ments as he may deemn appropriate and (2) provide for 5 such adjustment of payments under this section as may be 6 necessary, including, where appropriate, total withholding

7 of payments.

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PUBLIC REPORTS BY DIRECTOR

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Sec. 5. The Director shall, on or before the 31st day of 10

January of each year, submit an annual report to the Presi11 dent and the Congress setting forth a summary of his activi12 ties under this Act during the preceding calendar year. Such

. report shall include a list of the grants made by the Director 14

during the preceding calendar year; a statement of the use 15

to which each recipient applied any grant received during 16

the preceding calendar year; and any recommendations

which the Director may deem appropriate. The contents of 18 cach report so submitted shall promptly be made available 19 the the public.

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SEC. 6. The Director shall have the authority, within

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the limits of funds available under section 9, to

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(1) prescribe such rules and regulations as he

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deems necessary governing the manner of the opera

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tions of the Foundation, and its organization and per

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(2) appoint and fix the compensation of such personnel as may be necessary to enable the Foundation to carry out its functions under this Act, without regard to

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the provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing appointments in the competitive service and the provisions of chapter 51 and subchapter III of chapter 53 of such title relating to classification and General Schedule pay rates: except that the salary of any person so employed shall not exceed the maximum salary estab

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(3) obtain the services of experts and consultants from private life, as may be required by the Director or the Council, in accordance with the provisions of section 3109 of title 5, United States Code;

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(4) accept and utilize on behalf of the Foundation

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the services of voluntary and uncompensated personel from private life and reimburse them for travel expenses, including per diem, as authorized by section 5703 of

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(5) receive money and other property donated, bequeathed, or devised, by private, nongoverninental

sources, without condition or restriction other than that

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it be used for any of the purposes of the Foundation; and to use, sell, or otherwise dispose of such property in carrying out the purposes of this Act; and

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(6) make other expenditures necessary to carry into effect the purposes of this Act.

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PROHIBITION AGAINST REQUIRING INTELLIGENCE

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Src. 7. No department, agency, officer, or employee of 9 the United States shall request or require any recipient or 10

any other beneficiary of any grant made under this Act to 11 obtain, furnish, or report, or cause to be obtained, furnished, 12

or reported, any information relating, directly or indirectly,

to any activity supported by such grant, except as is (1) 14 provided by section 4 (1) of this Act or (2) authorized 15 inder law in the case of any information directly relating 16

to the violation of any criminal law of the United States by 17 such recipient or beneficiary.

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SEC. 8. (a) Determinations made by the Director and 20 the Council in the discharge of their functions under this 21 Act shall not be subject to review or control by the Presi22 dent or by any other department, agency, officer, or em

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(b) The provisions of subchapter II of chapter 5 of 25 title 5, United States Code (relating to administrative pro

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1 cedure), and of chapter 7 of such title (relating to judicial 2 review), shall not apply with respect to the exercise by

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Sec. 9. There are hereby authorized to be appropriated

6 to the Foundation such sums as may be necessary to carry

7 out the purposes of this Act, except that the aggregate of 8 such sunis appropriated prior to June 30, 1972, shall not 9 exceed $100 million. Sums appropriated under this section

10 shall remain available until expended.

90TH CONGRESS

1st SESSION

S. 981

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

FEBRUARY 15, 1967 Mr. YARBOROUGH introduced the following bill; which was read twice and

referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare

A BILL

To amend the International Education Act of 1966 in order to

authorize grants to finance travel to international youth conferences.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa

2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

3 That title I of the International Education Act of 1966 is

4 amended by inserting at the end thereof a new section as

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"INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCES

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“SEC. 107. Upon the recommendation of the Secretary

8 of State that it would strengthen international cooperative

9 relations, the Secretary is authorized to make grants to 10 finance travel (including related expenses) to international

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