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Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD), Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services.
Notification of Fiscal Year 2003 Federal allotments to State Developmental Disabilities Councils and Protection and Advocacy Formula grant programs.
This notice sets forth Fiscal Year (FY) 2003 individual allotments and percentages of the total appropriation to States administering the State Developmental Disabilities Councils and Protection and Advocacy programs, pursuant to Section 122 and Section 142 of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act (Act). The allotment amounts are based upon the FY 2002 Budget Request and are contingent upon congressional appropriations for FY 2003. If Congress enacts and the President approves a different appropriation amount, the allotments will be adjusted accordingly. The State allotments will be available each year on the ADD homepage on the Internet: http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/add/.
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Doris Lee, Grants Fiscal Management Specialist, Office of Grants Management, Administration for Children and Families, telephone (202) 205-4626.End Further Info End Preamble Start Supplemental Information
Section 122(a)(2) of the Act requires that adjustments in the amounts of State allotments shall be made not more often than annually and that States must be notified no less than six (6) months before the beginning of the fiscal year in which such adjustment is to take effect. In relation to the State Developmental Disabilities Council allotments, the descriptions of service needs were reviewed in the State plans and are consistent with the results obtained from the data elements and projected formula amounts for each State (Section 122(a)(5)).
The Administration on Developmental Disabilities has updated the following data elements for issuance of Fiscal Year 2003 allotments for both of the Developmental Disabilities formula grant programs.
A. The number of beneficiaries in each State and Territory under the Childhood Disabilities Beneficiary Program are from Table 5.J10 of the “Annual Statistical Supplement, 2001, to the Social Security Bulletin” issued by the Social Security Administration;
B. State data on Average Per Capita Income are from Table 1—Per Capita Personal Income, 1991-2000 of the “Survey of Current Business,” November, 2001, issued by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce. The most recent comparable data for the Territories were obtained from the Department of Commerce October, 2000; and
C. State data on Total Population and Working Population (ages 18-64) are based on 2000 Census from the “Estimate of Resident Population of the U.S. by Selected Age Groups and Sex,” issued by the Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce. Total population estimates for the Territories are also based on 2000 Census data issued by the Bureau of Census. The Territories working population was issued in the Bureau of Census report, “General Characteristics Report: 1980,” which is the most recent data available from the Bureau.
|Developmental Disabilities Councils||Percentage of total appropriation|
|District of Columbia||446,374||.639504|
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|Northern Mariana Islands||234,348||.335742|
|Protection and advocacy||Percentage of total appropriation|
|District of Columbia||333,400||.072012|
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|Northern Mariana Islands||178,367||.520020|
|DNA People Legal Services2||178,367||.520020|
|1 In accordance with Public Law 106-402, Section 142(a)(6)(A), $700,000 has been withheld to fund technical assistance. The statute provides for spending up to two percent (2%) of the amount appropriated under Section 142 for this purpose. Unused funds will be reallotted in accordance with Section 122(e) of the Act.|
|2 American Indian Consortiums are eligible to receive an allotment under Section 142(a)(6)(B) of the Act.|
Dated: May 1, 2002.
Patricia A. Morrissey,
Commissioner, Administration on Developmental Disabilities.
[FR Doc. 02-14657 Filed 6-10-02; 8:45 am]
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