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provide written notice to the fel- 45 CFR part 76—Governmentwide Debarment hat it is doing so.
and Suspension (nonprocurement) and
Governmentwide Requirements for Drugoved by the Office of Management and Free Workplace (Grants) et under control number 0915-0060)
45 CFR part 80—Nondiscrimination under R 37481, Sept. 12, 1990, as amended at 56
programs receiving Federal assistance 9194, June 26, 1991. Redesignated at 59
through the department of Health and
Human Services effectuation of title VI 1902, Dec. 12, 1994)
of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 1112 For what purposes may grant
45 CFR part 81-Practice and procedure for unds be spent?
hearings under part 80 of this title
45 CFR part 83—Regulation for the adminisA grantee shall only spend funds
tration and enforcement of sections 799A srceives under this subpart accord- and 845 of the Public Health Services to the approved application and
Acti the authorizing legislation, 45 CFR part 84—Nondiscrimination on the
and conditions of the grant basis of handicap in programs and activied, applicable cost principles speci
ties receiving or benefiting from Federal
financial assistance in subpart Q of 45 CFR part 74, and subpart.
45 CFR part 86—Nondiscrimination on the
basis of sex in education programs and O Grantees may not spend grant
activities receiving or benefiting from s for sectarian instruction or for
Federal financial assistance religious purpose.
45 CFR part 91-Nondiscrimination on the Any balance of federally-obligated basis of age in HHS programs or activi
ties receiving Federal financial assistes ut funds remaining unobligated by
ance 93 grantee at the end of a budget pemay be carried forward provided
45 CFR part 93—New restrictions on lobbying ific approval is granted by the Sec- (55 FR 37481, Sept. 12, 1990, as amended at 57 ry. If at any time during a budget FR 45746, Oct. 5, 1992. Redesignated at 59 FR od, it becomes apparent to the Sec- 63903, Dec. 12, 1994)
that the amount of Federal is awarded and available to the 857.4114 "What other audit and inatee for that period, including any spection requirements apply to bligated balance carried forward grantees? n prior periods, exceeds the grant- Each entity which receives a grant needs for the period, the Secretary under this subpart must meet the rey adjust the amounts awarded by
quirements of 45 CFR part 74 concernhdrawing the excess. A budget pe- ing audit and inspection. 'i is an interval of time (usually 12 nths) into which the project period ( 59 FR 63903, Dec. 12, 1994) divided for funding and reporting poses.
857.4115 Additional conditions. FR 37481, Sept. 12, 1990, as amended at 57
The Secretary may impose additional 45746, Oct. 5, 1992. Redesignated at 59 FR
conditions on any grant award before 13, Dec. 12, 1994)
or at the time of any award if he or she
determines that these conditions are 1.4113 What additional Department
necessary to assure or protect the adregulations apply to grantees?
vancement of the approved activity, Beveral other regulations apply to the interest of the public health, or the dopt ints under this subpart. These in- conservation of grant funds. unde, but are not limited to:
(55 FR 37481, Sept. 12, 1990. Redesignated at CFR part 50, subpart D-Public Health 59 FR 63903, Dec. 12, 1994)
Service grant appeals procedure
mental Grant Appeals Board
Act was redesignated as section 704 by Public CFR part 74Administration of grants Law 94 484; section 845 of the Public Health
Service Act was redesignated as section 855 into 21 CFR part 75—Informal grant appeals procedures
by Public Law 94-63.
PART 58-GRANTS FOR TRAINING 58.210 What financial support is spalat
trainees? HEALTH PERSONNEL
58.211 Duration of traineeships
58.213 What additional Department ♡ Subpart A-Grants for Graduate Programs tions apply to grantees? in Health Administration
58.214 What other audit and inspectie
quirements apply to grantees? Sec.
58.215 Additional conditions. 58.1 To what grant program do these regulations apply?
Subpart D-Grants for Traineeship 58.2 Definitions.
Health Administration, Hospid Adre 58.3 Who is eligible to apply for a grant? 58.4 What assurances must be provided in
istration, or Health Policy Analysis an application?
Planning at Publlc ar Nonprofi Po 58.5 What activities must be addressed in an Educational Institutions Other * application?
Schools of Public Health 58.6 How is the amount of the grant award determined?
58.221 To what grant program do these 58.7 How long does grant support last?
lations apply? 58.8 For what purposes may grant funds be 58.222 Definitions. spent?
58.223 Who is eligible to apply for a gas 58.9 What additional Department regula- 58.224 How will applications be evaluaz tions apply to grantees?
58.225 How is the amount of the smat! 58.10 What other audit and inspection re- termined? quirements apply to grantees?
58.226 How long does grant support las: 58.11 Additional conditions.
58.227 For what purposes may great ***
be spent? Subpart B-Special Project Grants for
58.228 What are the requirements Graduate Programs in Public Health
traineeships and the appointmesi
trainees? 58.20 To what grant program do these regulations apply?
58.229 Who is eligible for financial i 58.21 Definitions.
ance as a trainee? 58.22 Who is eligible to apply for a grant?
58.230 What financial support is availab
trainees? 58.23 Project requirements. 58.24 How will applications be evaluated?
58.231 Duration of traineeships. 58.25 How long does grant support last?
58.232 Termination of traineeships. 58.26 For what purposes may grant funds be
58.233 What additional Department reva? spent?
tions apply to grantees? 58.27 What additional Department regula- 58.234 What other audit and inspectie ? tions apply to grantees?
quirements apply to grantees? 58.28 What other recordkeeping, audit and
58.235 Additional conditions. inspection requirements apply to grant
Subpart E-Grants for Allied Health Project 58.29 Additional conditions.
58.401 To what programs do these reci Subpart C-Grants for Public Health
tions apply? Traineeships for Students in Schools of
58.402 Definitions. Public Health and in Other Graduate
58.403 Who is eligible to apply for a great Public Health Programs
58.404 What are the requirements of si
filiation? 58.201 To what grant program do these regu
58.405 (Reserved) lations apply?
58.406 What projects can be supported? 58.202 Definitions.
58.407 Project requirements. 58.203 Who is eligible to apply for a grant? 58.408 How will applications be evaluated 58.204 How will applications be evaluated?
58.409 How long does grant support last! 58.205 How is the amount of the award de- 58.410 For what purposes may grant food termined?
be spent? 58.206 How long does grant support last? 58.411 What health planning requiremesi 46 58.207 For what purposes may grant funds must be met? be spent?
58.412 What additional Department require con58.208 What the requirements for tions apply to grantees?
traineeships and the appointment of 58.413 What other recordkeeping, auditact trainees?
Inspection requirements apply to mi 58.209 Who is eligible for financial assist- ees? ance as a trainee?
58.414 Additional conditions.
irt F-Grants for Traineeships for the dvanced Training of Allied Health rsonnel
To what programs do these regulaE ans apply?
(Reserved) : How will applications be evaluated?
How long does grant support last?
How is the amount of the award demined?
For what purposes may grant funds spent?
What financial support is available to ainees? gogo Who is eligible for financial assistice as a trainee?
What are the requirements for aineeships and the appointment of gainees?
Termination of traineeship.
What additional Department regulaons apply to grantees?
What other audit and inspection reasuirements apply to grantees?
ited by a body or bodies recognized for this purpose by the Secretary of Education.
Graduate educational program means a program of education leading to a master's degree or equivalent, or a doctoral degree or equivalent.
Minority means an individual whose race/ethnicity is classified as American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, Black, or Hispanic.
Nonprofit refers to the status of an entity owned and operated by one or more corporations or associations no part of the net earnings of which inures, or may lawfully inure, to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual.
School of public health means public or private school in a state providing education leading to a graduate degree in public health or an equivalent degree, including advanced training related to public health, which is accredited as provided for in section 701(6) of the Act.
School year means the traditional ap pro ately 9-month September to June annual session at an educational institution.
Secretary means the Secretary of Health and Human Services and any other officer or employee of the Department to whom the authority involved has been delegated.
State means, in addition to the seyeral States, only the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (the Republic of Palau), the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia. [45 FR 51210, Aug. 1, 1980, as amended at 49 FR 21535, May 22, 1984; 52 FR 23180, June 18, 1987)
bpart A-Grants for Graduate s grams in Health Administration
CHORITY: Sec. 215 of the Public Health ce Act, 58 Stat. 690, as amended by 67
631 (42 U.S.C. 216); sec. 791 of the Public ih Service Act; 90 Stat. 2303–2304, 96
2061, and 99 Stat. 543 (42 U.S.C. 295h). URCE: 45 FR 51210, Aug. 1, 1980, unless wise noted.
1 To what grant program do these regulations apply? jese regulations apply to the award rants under section 791 of the Publealth Service Act to public or nonit private educational entities (in
ling schools of social work and excling schools of public health) to port graduate educational programs health administration, hospital adustration, and health planning.
.2 Definitions. 8 used in this subpart: ct means the Public Health Service is as amended (42 U.S.C. 201 et. seq.). Quncil means the National Advisory lncil on Health Profession Edu
con established by section 702 of the t slucational entity means a school, Lege or university which is accred
$ 58.3 Who is eligible to apply for a
grant? Any public or nonprofit educational entity (excluding schools of public health) located in a state is eligible to apply for a grant to support a graduate educational program for the training of individuals for health services administration, hospital administration, or health planning which has been accred
Bach socce of grant and Ea a coz sie ses the period during which fuse e son x 2s ziemas saasi soard are available i
e re Serez Fr Sance by the grantee. This per schte descens: 204 exceed two years. If ***
2017.aas 3 reader e daring the period of the past takes to strearbes e ascicais deceases apparent to the Second ziate educazos reis 2 a the amount of Federal bes:0 2:32. st. simi awarded and available to the 19:22:29, or bea piacsing
for that period, exceeds the gTLE (a, Providing training ins Deeds for that period, the Secara pare beat airinistrators and beach may adjust the amounts a warisi Dianners for employment in a wide rs- withdrawing the excess nety of settings, inciuding public and (b) Neither the approval of any voluntary agencies, extended care fa. cation nor the award of any grant cilities, ambulatory facilities and miis or obligates the health planning agencies;
ng make any i
or other award with respect to 45 CFR part 91-Nondiscrimination on the Loved application or portion of basis of age in HHS programs or activities ved application.
receiving or benefiting from Federal finan
cial assistance or what purposes may grant (49 FR 38115, Sept. 27, 1984) 3 be spent? rantee may spend grant funds 858.10 What other audit and inspeces under this subpart for any
tion requirements apply to grant
ees? related to its graduate eduprogram in health administra- Each grantee must, in addition to the spital administration, or health requirements of 45 CFR part 74, meet ; in accordance with the au- the requirements of section 705 of the 3 legislation, terms and condi- Act concerning audit and inspection. the grant award, applicable
(Approved by the Office of Management and nciples specified in subpart Q of
Budget under control number 0915-0060) part 74, and these regulations. rantees may not spend grant
(45 FR 51210, Aug. 1, 1980, as amended at 52 or sectarian instruction or for
FR 23180, June 18, 1987) gious purpose.
$ 58.11 Additional conditions. ant funds may not be expended istruction (except that grant
The Secretary may impose additional may be used for alterations and
conditions in the grant award before or ion) or student assistance.
at the time of the award if he or she de
termines that these conditions are necWhat additional Department essary to assure or protect advanceulations apply to grantees? ment of the approved activity, the inral other regulations apply to
terest of the public health, or the cones. They include, but are not
servation of grant funds. i to:
Subpart B-Special Project Grants part 50, subpart DPublic Health
for Graduate Programs in ce grant appeals procedure
part 16 Procedures of the Depart- Public Health . al Grant Appeals Board part 46—Protection of human sub- AUTHORITY: Sec. 215, Public Health Service
Act, 58 Stat. 690, as amended by 63 Stat. 35 part 74-Administration of grants (42 U.S.C. 216); sec. 792, Public Health Service part 75—Informal grant appeals pro- Act, 90 Stat. 2304 (42 U.S.C. 295h-1). R part 80—Nondiscrimination under
SOURCE: 45 FR 51557, Aug. 1, 1980, unless rams receiving Federal assistance
otherwise noted. agh the Department of Health and an Services effectuation of title VI of
868.20 To what program do these reg. Civil Rights Act of 1964
ulations apply? R part 81—Practice and procedure for These regulations apply to grants ings under part 80 of this title
under section 792 of the Public Health R part 83–Regulation for the adminision and enforcement of sections 799A
Service Act to schools of public health 845 of the Public Health Service Acti
and other educational institutions to 'R part 84—Nondiscrimination on the support development of new graduate 8 of handicap in programs and activi- programs or the expansion of existing
receiving or benefiting from Federal graduate programs in biostatistics or incial assistance
epidemiology; health administration, PR part 86—Nondiscrimination on the
health planning, or health policy analis of sex in education programs and acities receiving or benefiting from Fed
ysis and planning; environmental or 1 financial assistance
occupational health; dietetics and nutrition, or maternal and child health.
action 799A of the Public Health Service $58.21 Definitions.
As used on this subpart: ice Act was redesignated as section
Act means the Public Health Service Public Law
Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 201 et. seq.).