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CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE
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Library of Congress No. 73-600118
The 1997 edition is sold on a subscription basis by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. It consists of the basic manual and change as issued for one year. The order for the Catalog must be accompanied by a check or money order make payable to the Superintendent of Documents. Although the Catalog is published by the Office of Management and Budget and the General Services Administration, subscriptions for the Catalog are only available through the Government Printing Office (see Subscription Form in back of Catalog).
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The Update to the 1997 Catalog contains 1,368 assistance programs administered by 57 Federal agencies.
Programs to provide specialized training and equipment to metropolitan
fire and emergency response departments to respond to terrorist attacks (16.599 Local Firefighting and Emergency Services Training) and grants to States for training local fire department emergency response teams in the handling of terrorist acts (83.547 First Responder Anti-Terrorism Assistance).
Training grants for State and local governments to develop community
based arson awareness and prevention programs (83.546 National Arson Prevention Initiative).
A program to provide communities with financing for economic develop
ment, housing rehabilitation, public facilities and large physical development projects (14.248 Community Development Block Grants-Section 108 Loan Guarantees).
Cooperative agreements with States to develop and maintain a compre
hensive assistance capability for disaster mitigation (83.535 Mitigation Assistance Program); project and formula grants to fund measures for the mitigation of flood damage to buildings and structures (83.536 Flood Mitigation Assistance); direct loans to local governments to mitigate the loss of tax revenues from major disasters (83.537 Community Disaster Funds); grants to provide immediate crisis counseling to disaster victims (83.539 Crisis Counseling); a program to provide free legal services to disaster victims (83.540 Disaster Legal Services Program); project grants and technical assistance to provide unemployment assistance to disaster victims who are not eligible for regular unemployment assistance benefits (83.541 Disaster Unemployment Assistance); grants to States, local governments, nonprofit organizations and individuals to alleviate suffering and hardship from major disasters (83.544 Public Assistance Grants); direct payments to individuals to address the housing needs of disaster victims (83.545 Disaster Housing Program); grants and other assistance to States to suppress fires in forests and grasslands (83.542 Fire Suppression Assistance); grants to States and local governments to implement measures that will reduce or eliminate damage to buildings and structures from natural disasters (83.548 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program); grants to States to provide the necessary expenses and serious needs of disaster victims not met by other forms of assistance or insurance (83.543 Individual and Family Grant Program); grants to individuals, families, and groups to meet disaster-related needs that cannot otherwise be met by government agencies or other programs (83.538 Cora Brown Fund Program).
A program to provide project grants for linking elderly, frail, and dis
abled assisted housing residents to community support and medical services to prevent premature institutionalization (14.191 Multifamily Housing Service Coordinators).