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Workforce Investment Act; Native American Employment and Training Allotments

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AGENCY:

Employment and Training Administration, Labor.

ACTION:

Notice.

SUMMARY:

This Notice announces the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) section 166 final allotments for both the Supplemental Youth Services (SYS) and the Comprehensive Services (CS) programs for Program Year (PY) 2004. These individual grantee allotments are based on formulas defined in the section 166 program regulations at 20 CFR 668.296(b) for the Comprehensive Services program and 20 CFR 668.440(a) for the Supplemental Youth Services program. The rationale for the formulas is the same as described in the Interim Final Rule and the Final Rule published in the Federal Register on April 15, 1999 at 64 FR 18683 and on August 11, 2000 at 65 FR 49373-49375, respectively, and has been in effect for prior years of section 166 funding under WIA. Barring any changes which may arise as the result of WIA reauthorization legislation, the criteria used in these funding formulas will remain in effect for the foreseeable future.

ADDRESSES:

Submit any written comments on the formulas used to allot these funds to the Employment and Training Administration, Office of Financial and Administrative Management, Room N-4702, 200 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20210, Attention: Ms. Sherryl Bailey, (202) 693-2813 (voice), (202) 693-2859 (fax), e-mail: bailey.sherryl@dol.gov.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Mr. Greg Gross, Division of Indian and Native American Programs, Office of National Programs, (202) 693-3752 (voice) (this is not a toll-free number) or 1-800-877-8339 (TTY) or speech-to-speech at 1-877-877-8982 (these are toll-free numbers), (202) 693-3818 (fax), e-mail: gross.gregory@dol.gov.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

The Department of Labor (DOL or Department) is announcing final WIA section 166 formula allotments for PY 2004 (July 1, 2004—June 30, 2005) for both the Supplemental Youth Services and Comprehensive Services programs. This document provides information on the amount of funds available during PY 2004 to section 166 grantees with a two-year Comprehensive Services plan as approved by the Grant Officer, Mr. Eric Luetkenhaus. These allotments are based on the funds appropriated in the Department of Labor Appropriations Act, 2004 (Division E, title I of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2004, Pub. L. 108-199). The attached table displays both the PY 2004 Supplemental Youth Services allotments and the PY 2004 Comprehensive Services allotments.

Supplemental Youth Services Allotments. Pursuant to WIA section 127(b)(1)(C)(i)(I), PY 2004 SYS funds are $14,925,890, which represents 1.5 percent of the total PY 2004 WIA youth activities funding level of $995,059,306. These funds are available and only Start Printed Page 60433allotted to those section 166 grantees (usually federally-recognized tribes or consortia thereof) serving certain areas in which Native American youth reside. These are areas on or near reservations, Native areas in the State of Alaska, tribal jurisdictional areas in Oklahoma, and Native Hawaiian youth in Hawaii. There are no set-asides or other deductions from the total amount listed above, nor are any funds held in reserve. The entire amount of $14,925,890 has been or will be awarded to the grantees listed in the accompanying table, of which $4,037,342 has been transferred to the Department of the Interior for those grantees participating in the demonstration under Pub. L. 102-477 (see explanation below).

Comprehensive Services Allotments. WIA section 174(a)(2)(A) authorizes not less than $55,000,000 to fund the section 166 Comprehensive Services program each program year. However, the rescissions contained in Pub. L. 108-199 reduced the total available amount for PY 2004 to $54,675,500. Of this amount, $540,000 was reserved for technical assistance and training purposes pursuant to the regulations at 20 CFR 668.296(e); $54,135,500 was to be allotted to the section 166 grantees. Of this amount, $7,936,653 was transferred to the Department of the Interior, Office of Self-Governance and Self-Determination, for grantees participating in the demonstration under Pub. L. 102-477, the Indian Employment, Training, and Related Services Demonstration Act of 1992, as amended. The tribes participating in the “477 program” are identified with an asterisk (*) in the following allotment table.

Use of 2000 Decennial Census Data. The 1990 Decennial Census data were used to calculate the PY 2004 funding formulas. The decision to postpone the implementation of 2000 Decennial Census data for a year (until PY 2005) was recommended by the Census Work Group of the Native American Employment and Training Council and approved as a formal recommendation to the Department by the entire Council in official session. This decision was based in part on the fact that respondents to the 2000 Census had the capability to indicate multiple races/ethnic groups on their forms, requiring that the Department make decisions concerning which data set to use to calculate future section 166 funding formulas. The Department invites comments from the public on this decision, as well as recommendations or suggestions on how to utilize the 2000 Census data in the WIA section 166 program.

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Signed at Washington, DC, this 1st day of October, 2004.

Emily Stover DeRocco,

Assistant Secretary, Employment and Training Administration.

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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, WIA Title I Section 166 Grantees, PY 2004 Funding Levels

StateGranteeSYS Total $14,925,890CS Total $54,135,500
1 1 ALInter-Tribal Council of Alabama0231,198
2 1 ALPoarch Band of Creek Indians4,81591,507
3 2 AKAleutian/Pribilof Islands Association*28,08525,336
4 2 AKIlisagvik College53,87772,663
5 2 AKAssociation of Village Council Presidents*222,615430,101
6 2 AKBristol Bay Native Association*59,035104,983
7 2 AKCentral Council of Tlingit and Haida*171,490188,717
8 2 AKChugachmiut*18,68517,863
9 2 AKCopper River Native Association*6,64920,959
10 2 AKCook Inlet Tribal Council*289,446385,804
11 2 AKKawerak Incorporated*91,476161,890
12 2 AKKenaitze Indian Tribe25,10420,484
13 2 AKKodiak Area Native Association*33,35827,509
14 2 AKManiilaq Association78,064113,302
15 2 AKMetlakatla Indian Community*16,04819,483
16 2 AKOrutsararmuit Native Council*42,07045,649
17 2 AKTanana Chiefs Conference, Inc170,802311,252
18 4 AZAffiliation of Arizona Indian Centers0251,067
19 4 AZAmerican Indian Association of Tucson0264,367
20 4 AZColorado River Indian Tribes36,91266,594
21 4 AZGila River Indian Community162,663593,224
22 4 AZHualapai Reservation and Trust lands10,20238,338
23 4 AZHopi Tribal Council113,944281,584
24 4 AZInter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc39,20497,894
25 4 AZNative Americans for Community Action0178,654
26 4 AZNavajo Nation2,474,5616,489,199
27 4 AZPasqua Yaqui Tribe41,611110,972
28 4 AZPhoenix Indian Center, Inc0809,445
29 4 AZSalt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community58,577138,079
30 4 AZSan Carlos Apache Tribe111,422340,269
31 4 AZTohono O'Odham Nation148,792463,532
32 4 AZWhite Mountain Apache Tribe149,022447,733
33 5 ARAmerican Indian Center of Arkansas, Inc0545,118
34 6 CACalifornia Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc161,7462,706,192
35 6 CACandelaria American Indian Council0240,227
36 6 CAIndian Human Resources Center, Inc0310,181
37 6 CANorthern CA Indian Development Council7,222221,558
38 6 CAQuechan Indian Tribe20,17542,797
39 6 CASouthern California Indian Center, Inc0947,097
40 6 CATule River Tribal Council13,64193,388
41 6 CAUnited Indian Nations, Inc0501,822
42 6 CAYa-Ka-Ama Indian Education & Development082,109
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43 8 CODenver Indian Center0578,298
44 8 COSouthern Ute Indian Tribe19,02946,168
45 8 COUte Mountain Ute Indian Tribe23,15691,591
46 10 DENanticoke Indian Association, Inc026,105
47 12 FLFlorida Governor's Council on Indian Affairs0867,223
48 12 FLMiccosukee Corporation4,81569,664
49 12 FLSeminole Tribe of Florida*24,64678,431
50 15 HIAlu Like, Inc2,153,7061,680,225
51 16 IDNez Perce Tribe*33,58772,650
52 16 IDShoshone-Bannock Tribes*44,363224,642
53 18 INIndiana American Indian Manpower Council0245,706
54 20 KSMid American All Indian Center, Inc0151,460
55 20 KSUnited Tribes of Kansas and S.E. Nebraska14,558233,616
56 22 LAInter-Tribal Council of Louisiana, Inc3,439605,578
57 23 MEPenobscot Nation23,385134,546
58 25 MAMashpee-Wampanoag Indian Tribal Council061,993
59 25 MANorth American Indian Center of Boston, Inc0209,211
60 26 MIGrand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa4,01247,942
61 26 MIInter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc45,62460,714
62 26 MIMI Indian Employment & Training Services0664,143
63 26 MINorth American Indian Association of Detroit0247,494
64 26 MIPotawatomi Indian Nation098,052
65 26 MISault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians61,099210,089
66 26 MISoutheastern Michigan Indians Inc0122,617
67 27 MNAmerican Indian OIC0541,525
68 27 MNBois Forte R.B.C6,07524,028
69 27 MNFond Du Lac R.B.C23,958212,115
70 27 MNLeech Lake R.B.C49,865193,216
71 27 MNMille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians*5,84643,185
72 27 MNMinneapolis American Indian Center0399,650
73 27 MNRed Lake Tribal Council*60,296205,688
74 27 MNWhite Earth R.B.C.*39,433144,399
75 28 MSMississippi Band of Choctaw Indians65,455259,376
76 29 MOAmerican Indian Council, Inc9,858591,343
77 30 MTAssiniboine & Sioux Tribes86,318241,607
78 30 MTBlackfeet Tribal Business Council98,125318,592
79 30 MTChippewa Cree Tribe32,785126,097
80 30 MTConfederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes*92,279251,527
81 30 MTCrow Indian Tribe80,128222,363
82 30 MTFort Belknap Indian Community*34,160116,654
83 30 MTMontana United Indian Association0371,063
84 30 MTNorthern Cheyenne Tribe67,633199,896
85 31 NEIndian Center, Inc0302,881
86 31 NEOmaha Tribe of Nebraska28,08591,682
87 31 NEWinnebago Tribe*17,19540,695
88 32 NVInter-Tribal Council of Nevada74,282311,476
89 32 NVLas Vegas Indian Center, Inc0123,074
90 32 NVReno Sparks Indian Colony*8,82711,514
91 32 NVShoshone-Paiute Tribes*13,527112,046
92 34 NJPowhatan Renape Nation0265,543
93 35 NMAlamo Navajo School Board26,82457,851
94 35 NMPueblo of Isleta38,51662,296
95 35 NMEight Northern Indian Pueblo Council33,24359,457
96 35 NMFive Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc98,469158,422
97 35 NMJicarilla Apache Tribe42,98762,985
98 35 NMMescalero Apache Tribe39,204112,428
99 35 NMNational Indian Youth Council01,173,839
100 35 NMPueblo of Acoma42,185147,940
101 35 NMPueblo of Laguna*50,553100,219
102 35 NMPueblo of Taos16,50748,161
103 35 NMPueblo of Zuni*122,886281,697
104 35 NMRamah Navajo School Board, Inc33,358113,212
105 35 NMSanta Clara Indian Pueblo19,02931,023
106 35 NMSanto Domingo Tribe52,04370,414
107 36 NYAmerican Indian Community House, Inc8,368569,061
108 36 NYNative American Cultural Center, Inc13,068188,741
109 36 NYNat. ;Am. Comm. Svcs of Erie & Niagara Ctys0164,815
110 36 NYSt Regis Mohawk Tribe28,199135,876
111 36 NYSeneca Nation of Indians*51,126200,626
112 37 NCCumberland County Assoc. for Indian People088,106
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113 37 NCEastern Band of Cherokee Indians94,457224,829
114 37 NCGuilford Native American Association053,326
115 37 NCHaliwa-Saponi Tribe, Inc070,909
116 37 NCLumbee Regional Development Association0931,531
117 37 NCMetrolina Native American Association056,566
118 37 NCNorth Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs0213,173
119 38 NDSpirit Lake Sioux Tribe*46,541136,473
120 38 NDStanding Rock Sioux Tribe93,310232,086
121 38 NDThree Affiliated Tribes o/t Fort Berthold Res*50,209179,020
122 38 NDTurtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians112,683368,811
123 38 NDUnited Tribes Technical College0179,388
124 39 OHNorth America Indian Cultural Center0483,988
125 40 OKAbsentee Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma19,25826,350
126 40 OKGrantee to be determined12,49529,551
127 40 OKCherokee Nation of Oklahoma*1,074,1021,385,789
128 40 OKCheyenne-Arapaho Tribes111,995223,399
129 40 OKChickasaw Nation of Oklahoma*376,452502,889
130 40 OKChoctaw Nation of Oklahoma500,713729,332
131 40 OKCitizen Band of Potawatomi Indians of OK*381,954398,229
132 40 OKComanche Tribe of Oklahoma102,940158,564
133 40 OKCreek Nation of Oklahoma488,332658,529
134 40 OKDelaware Tribe of Oklahoma*14,78822,692
135 40 OKFour Tribes Consortium of Oklahoma36,568102,241
136 40 OKInter-Tribal Council of N.E. Oklahoma58,92183,113
137 40 OKKiowa Tribe of Oklahoma96,749207,497
138 40 OKNative American Resource Center265,717340,132
139 40 OKOsage Tribal Council*77,491122,529
140 40 OKOtoe-Missouria Tribe of Oklahoma23,84341,657
141 40 OKPawnee Tribe of Oklahoma*29,57544,123
142 40 OKPonca Tribe of Oklahoma54,450101,605
143 40 OKSeminole Nation of Oklahoma71,874128,813
144 40 OKTonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma42,07073,865
145 40 OKUnited Urban Indian Council, Inc363,384522,035
146 40 OKWyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma0102,747
147 41 ORConfed. Tribes of Siletz Indians of OR*21,895519,747
148 41 ORConfed. Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Res16,73637,376
149 41 ORConfederated Tribes of Warm Springs50,438100,804
150 41 OROrganization of Forgotten Americans0359,808
151 42 PACouncil of Three Rivers0852,588
152 44 RIRhode Island Indian Council0212,032
153 45 SCSouth Carolina Indian Development Council1,719155,177
154 46 SDCheyenne River Sioux Tribe86,203239,955
155 46 SDGrantee to be determined17,53944,898
156 46 SDOglala Sioux Tribe187,653606,638
157 46 SDRosebud Sioux Tribe*186,162469,982
158 46 SDSisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe*47,572156,436
159 46 SDUnited Sioux Tribes Development Corp13,068462,333
160 46 SDYankton Sioux Tribe40,92497,637
161 48 TXAlabama-Coushatta Indian Tribal Council9,514595,856
162 48 TXDallas Inter-Tribal Center0306,285
163 48 TXYsleta del Sur Pueblo5,044363,313
164 49 UTIndian Training & Education Center4,356444,857
165 49 UTUte Indian Tribe40,350110,786
166 50 VTAbenaki Self-Help Assoc./NH Indian Council0109,166
167 51 VAMattaponi Pamunkey Monacan Consortium0210,400
168 53 WAAmerican Indian Community Center38,402422,308
169 53 WAColville Confederated Tribes*59,953162,829
170 53 WAConfed. Tribes & Bands o/t Yakama Nation107,639225,743
171 53 WALummi Indian Business Council28,42996,013
172 53 WAMakah Tribal Council13,06828,013
173 53 WAPuyallup Tribe of Indians14,558138,555
174 53 WASeattle Indian Center0341,642
175 53 WAThe Tulalip Tribes14,55826,808
176 53 WAWestern WA Indian Empl. & Trng. Program104,888715,209
177 55 WIHo-Chunk Nation*11,578183,759
178 55 WILac Courte Oreilles Tribal Governing Board37,599136,477
179 55 WILac Du Flambeau Band of Chippewa23,50074,014
180 55 WIMenominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin*49,063141,839
181 55 WISpotted Eagle, Inc. (Milwaukee AAIMC)0208,551
182 55 WIOneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin36,682184,124
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183 55 WIStockbridge-Munsee Indian Community*6,07566,783
184 55 WIWisconsin Indian Consortium29,804129,848
185 56 WYEastern Shoshone Tribe*26,251131,267
186 56 WYNorthern Arapaho Business Council63,735223,161
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