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Estimated Federal Allotments to State Developmental Disabilities Councils and Protection and Advocacy Systems Formula Grant Programs for Fiscal Year 2012

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AGENCY:

Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

ACTION:

Notification of Estimated Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Federal Allotments to State Developmental Disabilities Councils and Protection and Advocacy Systems Formula Grant Programs.

SUMMARY:

This notice sets forth estimated FY 2012 individual allotments and estimated percentages of the total allotments to States administering the State Developmental Disabilities Councils and Protection and Advocacy Systems programs, pursuant to section 122 and section 142 of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act (the Act) [Pub. L. 106-402, October 30, 2000]. The estimated allotment amounts are based on the FY 2012 President's Budget request and are contingent on Congressional appropriations for FY 2012. Once Congress enacts an appropriation for FY 2012 and after ADD updates the data elements listed in the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section below, the estimated allotments will be adjusted accordingly. The estimated allotments contained herein will be adjusted for FY2012.

The final State allotments will be available on the ADD homepage after a final 2012 Continuing Resolution or HHS appropriations bill is passed by Congress.

DATES:

Effective Date: October 1, 2011.

CFDA Number: 93.630, Developmental Disabilities Basic Support and Advocacy Grants.

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SUPPLEMENTARY 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 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)). In addition, Section 142(a) of the Act makes the allotment and reallotment structure in Section 122 applicable to grants to States for Protection and Advocacy Systems.

ADD will update the following FY 2011 data elements for issuance of FY 2012 allotments for both of the Developmental Disabilities formula grant programs:

The number of beneficiaries in each State and Territory under the Childhood Disabilities Beneficiary Program are from Table 5.J10 of the 2009 Annual Statistical Supplement to the Social Security Bulletin issued by the Social Security Administration;

State data on Per Capita Income are from Table SA1-3—Per Capita Personal Income, 2006-2008 from the Regional Economic Information System, issued by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, September 2010. The most recent comparable data for the Territories were obtained from the U.S. Department of Commerce, October 2009; and

State population data is based on table GCT-T1.—Population Estimates at: July 1, 2009 issued by the U.S. Census Bureau. State working populations (ages 18-64) are based on the Estimates of the Resident Population by Selected Age Groups for the United States and Puerto Rico: July 1, 2009 (SC-EST2009-01) from the U.S. Census Bureau. Total population and working population estimates for the Territories other than Puerto Rico are based on Population and Housing Profile: 2000 data sets from the “Island Areas” surveys conducted as part of the 2000 Census by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Nathaniel Morris West, Financial Management Specialist, Office of Grants Management, Office of Administration, Administration for Children and Families. Phone: 202-401-1230, e-mail: nathaniel.west@acf.hhs.gov. Start Printed Page 41801

Table 1—Estimated 1 FY 2012 Allotments Administration on Developmental Disabilities

[Developmental disabilities councils]

Percentage of total allottedEstimated 2012 allotment
Total100.00000$74,915,868
Alabama0.018171,361,187
Alaska0.00638477,839
Arizona0.019761,480,235
Arkansas0.01067799,589
California0.092166,904,064
Colorado0.01219913,428
Connecticut0.00967724,261
Delaware0.00638477,839
District of Columbia0.00638477,839
Florida0.049643,719,155
Georgia0.028962,169,638
Hawaii0.00638477,839
Idaho0.00638477,839
Illinois0.035142,632,891
Indiana0.019991,497,561
Iowa0.01031772,628
Kansas0.00819613,359
Kentucky0.016961,270,824
Louisiana0.018841,411,558
Maine0.00638477,839
Maryland0.013431,006,143
Massachusetts0.018731,403,346
Michigan0.034612,592,887
Minnesota0.013661,023,244
Mississippi0.01286963,145
Missouri0.018361,375,516
Montana0.00638477,839
Nebraska0.00638477,839
Nevada0.00665498,459
New Hampshire0.00638477,839
New Jersey0.021181,586,644
New Mexico0.00680509,501
New York0.058274,365,667
North Carolina0.028352,123,553
North Dakota0.00638477,839
Ohio0.038242,865,133
Oklahoma0.01195895,455
Oregon0.01109830,833
Pennsylvania0.041973,144,463
Rhode Island0.00638477,839
South Carolina0.015221,140,506
South Dakota0.00638477,839
Tennessee0.020231,515,680
Texas0.068025,095,817
Utah0.00905677,662
Vermont0.00638477,839
Virginia0.020011,498,925
Washington0.016781,257,339
West Virginia0.01050786,863
Wisconsin0.017381,301,666
Wyoming0.00638477,839
American Samoa0.00332248,845
Guam0.00332248,845
Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI)0.00332248,845
Puerto Rico0.033402,501,917
U.S. Virgin Islands0.00332248,845

Table 2—Estimated 1 FY 2012 Allotments Administration on Developmental Disabilities

[Protection and advocacy systems]

Percentage of total allottedEstimated 2012 allotment
Total100.000002 $40,123,113 
Alabama0.01646660,543
Alaska0.00959384,693
Arizona0.01748701,542
Arkansas0.01020409,079
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California0.084843,403,846
Colorado0.01155463,556
Connecticut0.00994398,784
Delaware0.00959384,693
District of Columbia0.00959384,693
Florida0.046791,877,320
Georgia0.027801,115,512
Hawaii0.00959384,693
Idaho0.00959384,693
Illinois0.033831,357,362
Indiana0.01990798,483
Iowa0.00973390,580
Kansas0.00959384,693
Kentucky0.01555623,981
Louisiana0.01520609,929
Maine0.00959384,693
Maryland0.01244499,010
Massachusetts0.01600641,917
Michigan0.032321,296,851
Minnesota0.01328533,010
Mississippi0.01154463,159
Missouri0.01838737,510
Montana0.00959384,693
Nebraska0.00959384,693
Nevada0.00959384,693
New Hampshire0.00959384,693
New Jersey0.01961786,673
New Mexico0.00959384,693
New York0.049641,991,618
North Carolina0.028131,128,824
North Dakota0.00959384,693
Ohio0.035981,443,662
Oklahoma0.01091437,660
Oregon0.01070429,424
Pennsylvania0.037101,488,376
Rhode Island0.00959384,693
South Carolina0.01503602,915
South Dakota0.00959384,693
Tennessee0.01979794,135
Texas0.062112,491,848
Utah0.00959384,693
Vermont0.00959384,693
Virginia0.01933775,504
Washington0.01581634,184
West Virginia0.00988396,242
Wisconsin0.01688677,276
Wyoming0.00959384,693
American Samoa0.00513205,808
Guam0.00513205,808
Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI)0.00513205,808
Puerto Rico0.027651,109,284
U.S. Virgin Islands0.00513205,808
Native American Protection and Advocacy 30.00513205,808
1 Fiscal Year 2012 Estimated Allotments are based on FY 2011 actual allotments.
2 In accordance with Public Law 106-402, Section 142(a)(6)(A), up to $818,839 may be withheld from the appropriated amount to fund technical assistance as the statute provides for spending up to two percent of the amount appropriated for this purpose. Unused funds will be re-allotted in accordance with Section 122(e) of the Act.
3 American Indian Consortia are eligible to receive an allotment under Section 142(a)(6)(B) of the Act.
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Dated: July 11, 2011.

Joseph Lonergan,

Director, Division of Mandatory Grants.

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[FR Doc. 2011-17858 Filed 7-14-11; 8:45 am]

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