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Announcement of Anticipated Availability of Funds for Family Planning Services Grants

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AGENCY:

Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary.

ACTION:

Notice; correction.

SUMMARY:

The Office of Population Affairs, Office of Public Health and Science, Department of Health and Human Services, published a notice in the Federal Register 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, Washington Population/area as competitive in 2005 was published in the Federal Register August 10, 2004. Later, two additional Populations/areas, Illinois, Chicago area and Arizona, Navajo Nation, became available for competition in 2005. A second correction notice was published in the Federal Register November 22, 2004, which included all Populations/areas available for competition in 2005.

Since that time, it has been recognized that the project period start date indicated in Table I for the Seattle, Washington Population/area is incorrect. This notice corrects the project period start date to 09/30/2005 for the FY 2005 competitive year. However, the first year of the project period beginning 09/30/2005 will be abbreviated. The budget period for the 01-year will end on 06/30/2006. In subsequent years, the annualized budget period will begin on 07/01 of each project period year, and will end on 06/30 of each project period year. The purpose of this change is to modify the project period start and end dates for the Seattle, Washington Population/area in order to enhance project oversight.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Susan B. Moskosky, 301-594-4008.

Correction

In the Federal Register of July 7, 2004, FR Doc. 03-15514, on page 41,115, correct Table I to read: Start Printed Page 8092

Table I

States/populations/areas to be servedApproximate funding availableApplication due dateApprox. grant funding date
Region I:
Massachusetts$5,217,00009-01-0401-01-05
Region II:
New York State9,635,00003-01-0507-01-05
Puerto Rico2,389,00003-01-0507-01-05
Region III:
Washington, DC1,053,00009-01-0401-01-05
Region IV:
Kentucky5,203,00003-01-0507-01-05
South Carolina5,569,00003-01-0507-01-05
Tennessee5,914,00003-01-0507-01-05
Region V:
Illinois, Chicago area200,22506-01-0509-30-05
Region VI:
Arkansas3,241,00011-01-0403-01-05
New Mexico2,228,00009-01-0401-01-05
Region VII:
Kansas2,332,00003-01-0507-01-05
Region VIII:
No areas competitive in FY 2005
Region IX:
Gila River Indian Community251,00003-01-0507-01-05
Government of Guam452,00003-01-0507-01-05
Republic of Palau99,00003-01-0507-01-05
Federated States of Micronesia411,00003-01-0507-01-05
Arizona, Navajo Nation640,00003-01-0507-01-05
Region X:
Idaho1,318,00003-01-0507-01-05
Oregon, Multnomah County330,00003-01-0507-01-05
Washington, Seattle*158,45006-01-0509-30-05
* The first year budget period of this grant will be abbreviated. The budget period start and end dates in the first year will be 09/30/05-06/30/06. In subsequent years of the approved project period, the budget periods will be 07/01 through 06/30 of each year. Applications should reflect the abbreviated budget period of the first year of the project period.
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Dated: February 4, 2005.

Alma L. Golden,

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs.

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[FR Doc. 05-3059 Filed 2-16-05; 8:45 am]

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