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CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE
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The Update to the 1999 Catalog contains 1,424 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. ENVIRONMENTAL
Project grants are being offered to fund projects related to pesticide
pollution and prevention. The types of activities that will be considered include researching, monitoring, demonstrating, and other integrated pest management activities (66.714).
Formula and project grants are being provided to States to encourage
them to develop a comprehensive emergency management plan that includes provisions for State and local governments to improve emergency planning, preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery capabilities (83.552).
A program to provide law enforcement officers an opportunity to oc
cupy homes as their sole residence for strengthening America's communities in designated urban revitalization areas has been funded (14.198).
Grants are provided to State or local governments to start-up or ex
pand forensic DNA laboratory facilities and to conduct analysis, train, and establish other specific methodologies as recommended by the Director of the FBI (16.564). A program has been established to support the development of counter terrorism technologies, help to develop standards, and work with State and local jurisdictions in identifying particular areas of vulnerability to terrorist acts and to be better prepared to respond to them (16.565). A State and local anti-terrorism program has been established that provides project grants for multiagency preparedness training (16.614). Project grants are being provided for researchers with an interest in building knowledge and other projects aimed at addressing issues from diverse cultural perspectives (16.566). Project grants are being funded to provide regional information sharing systems to enhance the ability of State and local criminal justice agencies to identify, target, and remove criminal conspiracies and activities that span jurisdictional boundaries (16.610). A program has been established by the Victims of Child Abuse Act to provide equipment and personnel training for the closed-circuit televising and videotaping of the testimony of children in 8criminal proceedings (16.611). Project grants are being offered to provide for a "National White Collar Crime Center” system to aid in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic crime (16.612). A discretionary grant program has been established aimed at reducing scams targeting the elderly (16.613). A program providing direct payments with unrestricted use is being provided for the families of killed public safety officers to give financial assistance for education related expenses (16.615). Funds are being provided to conduct an evaluation of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative as required by the Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriation Act of 1999 (16.732).