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Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA); Amendment One-Energy Training Partnership Grants

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AGENCY:

Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Labor.

ACTION:

Notice: Amendment to SGA/DFA-PY 08-18.

SUMMARY:

The Employment and Training Administration published a document in the Federal Register on June 24, 2009, announcing the availability of funds and solicitation for grant applications (SGA) for Energy Training Partnerships awarded through a competitive process. This amendment to the SGA clarifies items related to: (1) Eligible applicants (Section III.A); (2) Statewide and local entities that are eligible applicants (Section III.A.2); (3) participants eligible to receive training (Section III.E.1); (4) correction to formatting of “Other Eligibility Requirements” section; (5) Attachment 1 for the list of auto-impacted communities; and (6) supplementary information in Section B “Green Industries and Occupations.” The document is hereby amended.

1. Section III.A., “Eligible Applicants”: (page 30154) Is revised to confirm that Local Workforce Investment Boards and One Stop Career Centers are not eligible applicants, confirm that the applicant in the proposed project must be clearly designated, and provide information on the definition of non-profit entities. In the SGA, the language designated below as “old text” is replaced with the language designated as “new text,” as follows:

a. Old Text—“Under this announcement, eligible applicants are private nonprofit organizations that must apply under one of two categories: (1) National labor-management organizations with local networks; or (2) Statewide or local nonprofit partnerships. All applicants are expected to work in conjunction with partnerships consisting of labor organizations, employers, Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs), and other organizations as defined in section 171(e)(2)(B)(ii) of WIA. These categories create two applicant pools, which will compete separately for funding under this SGA.”

b. New Text—“Under this announcement, eligible applicants are private nonprofit organizations that must apply under one of two categories: (1) National labor-management organizations with local networks; or (2) Statewide or local nonprofit partnerships. All applicants are expected to work in conjunction with partnerships consisting of labor organizations, employers, Workforce Investment Boards, and other organizations as defined in section 171(e)(2)(B)(ii) of WIA. While the SGA indicates required and suggested partners, the proposal must designate a lead applicant. These categories create two applicant pools, which will compete separately for funding under this SGA. Local Workforce Investment Boards and One Stop Career Centers are not eligible applicants under this SGA. A private nonprofit entity is an organization that is legally organized for the purposes of tax exempt nonprofit status under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), or is actively pursuing IRS nonprofit tax exempt status.”

2. Section III.A.2.,”Statewide and Local Entities”: (page 30154) Is revised to confirm that eligible applicants for the State and local category are Statewide or local private nonprofit entities, including private nonprofit entities that serve American Indian reservations. In the SGA, the language designated below as “old text” is replaced with the language designated as “new text,” as follows:

a. Old Text—“Statewide and Local Entities: Applicants for the State and local category are local or Statewide non-profit entities with a joint partnership of labor organizations, employers or industry organizations, Workforce Investment Boards and One Stop Career Centers. A Statewide or local entity that receives an award under category 2 of this SGA may not receive sub-grant or sub-contract funding from a national organization that receives an award under category 1. For the purposes of this SGA, the term `State' means each of the 50 States of the United States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories as defined in Section VI.B.”

b. New Text—“Statewide and Local Entities: Applicants for the State and local category are Statewide or local private nonprofit entities, including private nonprofit entities that serve American Indian reservations, with a joint partnership of labor organizations, employers or industry organizations, Workforce Investment Boards and One Stop Career Centers. A Statewide or local private nonprofit entity that receives an award under category 2 of this SGA may not receive sub-grant or sub-contract funding from a national organization that receives an award under category 1. For the purposes of this SGA, the term `State' means each of the 50 States of the United States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories as defined in Section VI.B.”

3. Section III.E.1, “Participants Eligible to Receive Training”: (page 30156) Is revised to clarify that individuals with disabilities are among the populations that can be served through grants awarded through this SGA by replacing the language designated below as “old text” with the language designated as “new text,” as follows:

a. Old Text—“Projects may also serve individuals with a criminal record; and populations that have not traditionally been employed in construction and skilled trade occupations, such as women and minorities.”

b. New Text—“Projects may also serve other types of individuals that may not be a part of the categories above, such as: individuals with a criminal record; individuals with disabilities; and populations that have not traditionally been employed in construction and skilled trade occupations, such as women and minorities.”

4. Correction to formatting of “Other Eligibility Requirements” section: The “Other Eligibility Requirements” section of the SGA is currently listed as section “D. Other Eligibility Requirements” on p. 30155. The section was formatted incorrectly, and the SGA is revised so that the “Other Eligibility Requirements” section is now listed as “C. Other Eligibility Requirements” instead of “D. Other Eligibility Requirements”. With this correction, “Other Eligibility Requirements” is now correctly listed as Section III.C. of the SGA.

5. Attachment I—Counties Impacted By Automotive-Related Restructuring: This notice is to provide “Attachment I” Start Printed Page 36532as referenced on p. 30154, Section II.A which is a list of 281 counties impacted by automotive-related restructuring from the Center for Automotive Research. In addition to the 281 counties, an additional 31 counties have been included on the list due to an inadvertent omission on the original list. This is the complete and final list and there will be no further changes to this list.

Attachment I: Counties Impacted by Automotive-Related Restructuring

FIPSCounty nameState
1013ButlerAL
1021ChiltonAL
1083LimestoneAL
1085LowndesAL
1089MadisonAL
1095MarshallAL
1101MontgomeryAL
1121TalladegaAL
1125TuscaloosaAL
5023CleburneAR
5041DeshaAR
5055GreeneAR
5083LoganAR
6001AlamedaCA
6037Los AngelesCA
10003New CastleDE
13089DeKalbGA
13121FultonGA
13139HallGA
13143HaralsonGA
13167JohnsonGA
13285TroupGA
19029CassIA
19037ChickasawIA
19071FremontIA
19089HowardIA
19095IowaIA
19115LouisaIA
19149PlymouthIA
19157PoweshiekIA
19175UnionIA
19197WrightIA
17007BooneIL
17025ClayIL
17031CookIL
17047EdwardsIL
17067HancockIL
17121MarionIL
17113McLeanIL
17155PutnamIL
17187WarrenIL
17189WashingtonIL
17191WayneIL
18001AdamsIN
18003AllenIN
18005BartholomewIN
18009BlackfordIN
18015CarrollIN
18017CassIN
18025CrawfordIN
18033De KalbIN
18031DecaturIN
18035DelawareIN
18037DuboisIN
18039ElkhartIN
18041FayetteIN
18045FountainIN
18047FranklinIN
18051GibsonIN
18053GrantIN
18059HancockIN
18061HarrisonIN
18065HenryIN
18067HowardIN
18071JacksonIN
18075JayIN
18077JeffersonIN
18081JohnsonIN
18087LagrangeIN
18093LawrenceIN
18097MarionIN
18103MiamiIN
18107MontgomeryIN
18113NobleIN
18123PerryIN
18133PutnamIN
18135RandolphIN
18143ScottIN
18147SpencerIN
18141St. JosephIN
18149StarkeIN
18151SteubenIN
18153SullivanIN
18157TippecanoeIN
18159TiptonIN
18175WashingtonIN
18179WellsIN
18183WhitleyIN
20001AllenKS
20209WyandotteKS
21003AllenKY
21009BarrenKY
21017BourbonKY
21023BrackenKY
21031ButlerKY
21033CaldwellKY
21041CarrollKY
21043CarterKY
21055CrittendenKY
21057CumberlandKY
21069FlemingKY
21073FranklinKY
21075FultonKY
21077GallatinKY
21081GrantKY
21093HardinKY
21099HartKY
21101HendersonKY
21103HenryKY
21107HopkinsKY
21111JeffersonKY
21113JessamineKY
21121KnoxKY
21123LarueKY
21137LincolnKY
21151MadisonKY
21155MarionKY
21167MercerKY
21169MetcalfeKY
21173MontgomeryKY
21179NelsonKY
21183OhioKY
21191PendletonKY
21199PulaskiKY
21207RussellKY
21209ScottKY
21211ShelbyKY
21213SimpsonKY
21221TriggKY
21227WarrenKY
21229WashingtonKY
22017CaddoLA
24510Baltimore (city)MD
24043WashingtonMD
26009AntrimMI
26017BayMI
26025CalhounMI
26045EatonMI
26049GeneseeMI
26059HillsdaleMI
26063HuronMI
26065InghamMI
26067IoniaMI
26069IoscoMI
26075JacksonMI
26079KalkaskaMI
26081KentMI
26087LapeerMI
26091LenaweeMI
26093LivingstonMI
26099MacombMI
26107MecostaMI
26111MidlandMI
26113MissaukeeMI
26115MonroeMI
26125OaklandMI
26127OceanaMI
26133OsceolaMI
26135OscodaMI
26139OttawaMI
26143RoscommonMI
26145SaginawMI
26147St. ClairMI
26149St. JosephMI
26157TuscolaMI
26159Van BurenMI
26161WashtenawMI
26163WayneMI
26165WexfordMI
27029ClearwaterMN
27123RamseyMN
29047ClayMO
29061DaviessMO
29079GrundyMO
29105LacledeMO
29113LincolnMO
29147NodawayMO
29175RandolphMO
29183St. CharlesMO
29189St. LouisMO
29229WrightMO
28009BentonMS
28011BolivarMS
28051HolmesMS
28089MadisonMS
28119QuitmanMS
28129SmithMS
28145UnionMS
28161YalobushaMS
37063DurhamNC
37071GastonNC
37089HendersonNC
37145PersonNC
37165ScotlandNC
38051McIntoshND
31019BuffaloNE
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31047DawsonNE
31051DixonNE
31141PlatteNE
31159SewardNE
34023MiddlesexNJ
34039UnionNJ
36029ErieNY
36063NiagaraNY
36067OnondagaNY
36089St. LawrenceNY
39001AdamsOH
39003AllenOH
39011AuglaizeOH
39019CarrollOH
39021ChampaignOH
39025ClermontOH
39027ClintonOH
39033CrawfordOH
39035CuyahogaOH
39039DefianceOH
39043ErieOH
39051FultonOH
39061HamiltonOH
39063HancockOH
39065HardinOH
39069HenryOH
39071HighlandOH
39077HuronOH
39079JacksonOH
39083KnoxOH
39091LoganOH
39093LorainOH
39095LucasOH
39097MadisonOH
39113MontgomeryOH
39117MorrowOH
39121NobleOH
39125PauldingOH
39131PikeOH
39135PrebleOH
39137PutnamOH
39139RichlandOH
39141RossOH
39143SanduskyOH
39147SenecaOH
39149ShelbyOH
39153SummitOH
39155TrumbullOH
39159UnionOH
39161Van WertOH
39169WayneOH
39171WilliamsOH
39173WoodOH
39175WyandotOH
40095MarshallOK
40109OklahomaOK
42003AlleghenyPA
42117TiogaPA
45007AndersonSC
45019CharlestonSC
45021CherokeeSC
45035DorchesterSC
45067MarionSC
45083SpartanburgSC
47001AndersonTN
47003BedfordTN
47007BledsoeTN
47009BlountTN
47015CannonTN
47031CoffeeTN
47041DeKalbTN
47045DyerTN
47051FranklinTN
47053GibsonTN
47055GilesTN
47061GrundyTN
47063HamblenTN
47065HamiltonTN
47069HardemanTN
47073HawkinsTN
47077HendersonTN
47079HenryTN
47087JacksonTN
47097LauderdaleTN
47099LawrenceTN
47105LoudonTN
47113MadisonTN
47117MarshallTN
47119MauryTN
47107McMinnTN
47109McNairyTN
47121MeigsTN
47123MonroeTN
47131ObionTN
47133OvertonTN
47135PerryTN
47141PutnamTN
47143RheaTN
47147RobertsonTN
47149RutherfordTN
47151ScottTN
47159SmithTN
47177WarrenTN
47185WhiteTN
48029BexarTX
48439TarrantTX
49003Box ElderUT
51023BotetourtVA
51710Norfolk (city)VA
51155PulaskiVA
51173SmythVA
51177SpotsylvaniaVA
55059KenoshaWI
55075MarinetteWI
55105RockWI
54079PutnamWV

6. Supplementary Information Section B “Green Industries and Occupations”: Is revised to provide further information on the industries on which applicants may focus by adding the language designated below as “new text” to the existing language in that section:

a. New Text: “We will also evaluate applications for projects that include emerging green occupations from industries that have not been discussed in this section.”

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Janice Sheelor, Grants Management Specialist, Division of Federal Assistance, at (202) 693-3538.

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Signed at Washington, DC, this 17th day of July 2009.

Donna Kelly,

Grant Officer, Employment & Training Administration.

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[FR Doc. E9-17458 Filed 7-22-09; 8:45 am]

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