Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, Office of Public Health and Science, Office of Population Affairs.
The Office of Population Affairs, OPHS, HHS published a notice in the Federal Register of Wednesday, July 7, 2004, announcing the anticipated availability of funds for family planning services grants. This notice contained an error. An eligible Population/area was not listed as available for competition in 2005. A document correcting the omission of the Seattle Population/area as competitive in 2005 was published in the Federal Register of Tuesday, August 10, 2004. Since that time, two additional Populations/areas, Illinois, Chicago area and Arizona, Navajo Nation, have become available for competition in 2005. This document corrects the Federal Register notice of Wednesday, July 7, 2004, to include all Populations/areas available for competition in 2005.Start Further Info
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Susan B. Moskosky, 301-594-4008.
In the Federal Register of July 7, 2004, FR Doc. 03-15514, on page 41,114, in the second column under II. Award Information, correct the 6th and 7th lines of the first paragraph to read “$47 million for competing Title X family planning services grant awards in 19;” and on page 41,115, correct Table I to read:
|States/populations/areas to be served||Approximate funding available||Application due date||Approximate grant funding date|
|New York State||9,635,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
|Illinois, Chicago area||200,225||06-01-05||09-30-05|
|No areas competitive in FY 2005|
|Gila River Indian Community||251,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
|Government of Guam||452,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
|Republic of Palau||99,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
|Federated States of Micronesia||411,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
|Arizona, Navajo Nation||640,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
|Oregon, Multnomah County||330,000||03-01-05||07-01-05|
Dated: November 12, 2004.
Alma L. Golden,
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs.
[FR Doc. 04-25758 Filed 11-19-04; 8:45 am]
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