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CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE
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Library of Congress No. 73-600118
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The Update to the 1996 Catalog contains 1,327 assistance programs administered by 52 Federal agencies. As a potential applicant, always contact the agency information sources in the program descriptions for the latest information concerning assistance programs. BLOCK GRANT
Law enforcement block grant set up to provide funds to units of local
government for the purposes of reducing crime and improving public safety. Funds may be used for hiring, training, and employing law enforcement officers; enhancing security measures in and around schools; establishing or supporting drug courts; establishing a multijurisdictional task force, etc. (16.592, Local Law Enforcement Block Grants Program).
Project grants programs to provide financial assistance to increase con
servation of African elephants, rhinoceros, and tigers (15.619, Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation; 15.620, African Elephant Conservation).
Program set up to address violent crime by increasing the number of
police with advanced education and training on community patrol, and to provide educational assistance to law enforcement personnel and to students who possess a sincere interest in public service in the form of law enforcement (16.712, Police Corps).
Program designed to provide State and local crime laboratories with
DRUGFIRE software, installation, training and user support. DRUGFIRE is a computer system. that matches bullets and cartridge cases from serial crimes to each other; also, to provide State and local forensic laboratories with CODIS software, installation, training and user support. CODIS, the Combined DNA Index System allows State and local crime laboratories to store and match DNA records (16.306, DRUGFIRE; 16.307, Combined DNA Index System).
CRIMINAL ALIEN ASSISTANCE Program to provide Federal assistance to States and localities for cost
incurred for the imprisonment of undocumented criminal aliens who are convicted of felony offenses or two or more misdemeanors. Additionally, to better identify undocumented criminal aliens and to expedite the process of transferring illegal aliens from State and local correctional institutions to Federal custody in preparation for deportation (16.572, State Criminal Alien Assistance Program).
Project grant program to equip Americans with an understanding of less
commonly taught languages and cultures; to build a critical base of future leaders both in the marketplace and in Government service; to develop a cadre of professionals with more than the traditional knowledge of language and culture; and, to enhance institutional capacity and increase the number of faculty who can educate U.S. citizens toward achieving these goals (12.550, International Education-U.S. Colleges and Universities).