Statement of Organization, Functions, and Delegations of Authority, 24314-24316 [E7-8318]

Download as PDF 24314 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 84 / Wednesday, May 2, 2007 / Notices the Social Security Act, as amended; and May 31, 2005, Delegation of Authority for the Abstinence Education Program, under Title V, Section 501(a)(2) of the Social Security Act, as amended. mmaher on DSK3CLS3C1PROD with $$_JOB (a) Authorities Delegated 1. Authority to administer the Runaway and Homeless Youth Program under the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act, 42 U.S.C. 5701, et seq., and as amended, now and hereafter. 2. Authority to administer the Drug Abuse Education and Prevention Program Relating to Youth Gangs under Sections 3501–3505 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 42 U.S.C. 11801– 11805, and as amended, now and hereafter. 3. Authority to administer the Drug Abuse Education and Prevention Program Relating to Runaways and Homeless Youth under Sections 3511– 3515 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 42 U.S.C. 11821–11825, and as amended, now and hereafter. 4. Authority to administer provisions of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, 42 U.S.C. 10401, et seq., and as amended, now and hereafter. 5. Authority to administer the provisions of section 439 of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 629i, concerning Grants for Programs for Mentoring Children of Prisoners, and as amended, now and hereafter. 6. Authority to administer the Abstinence Education Program under section 510 of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 710, and as amended, now and hereafter. 7. Authority to continue the administration of grants and contracts initially awarded in Fiscal Years 2002, 2003 and 2004 under the Special Projects of Regional and National Significance (SPRANS) Communitybased Abstinence Education Program, pursuant to Title V, Section 501(a)(2) of the Social Security Act, as amended. The SPRANS Community-based Abstinence Education Program includes Community-based Abstinence Education grants, Abstinence Education Special Congressional Initiative Project grants, and the Abstinence Education Technical Assistance contract with the National Abstinence Clearinghouse. This delegation permits the Commissioner to administer the Fiscal Years 2002, 2003 and 2004 SPRANS abstinence education grants under the terms and conditions of the initial awards, thereby allowing the continuation of the existing grants consistent with recent appropriations enactments (Pub. L. 108–447). VerDate Mar 15 2010 03:08 Aug 19, 2011 Jkt 223001 (b) Limitations 1. These delegations shall be exercised under the Department’s existing policies on delegations and regulations. 2. This delegation excludes the authority to submit reports to Congress and shall be exercised under financial and administrative requirements applicable to all Administration for Children and Families’ authorities. 3. The approval or disapproval of grant applications and the making of grant awards requires concurrence of the appropriate Grants Officer. The approval or disapproval of contract proposals and awards is subject to the requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and requires the concurrence of the Contracting Officer. 4. This delegation of authority does not include the authority to sign and issue notices of grant awards. 5. This authority does not include the authority to appoint Action Officials for Audit Resolution. 6. This delegation of authority does not include the authority to appoint Central Office or Regional Office Grant Officers for the administration of Family and Youth Services programs. 7. This delegation of authority does not include the authority to administer the Demonstration Grants for Community Initiatives, 42 U.S.C. 10418, under the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act. 8. Responsibilities under the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act are to be carried out in accordance with the requirements of Section 307, 42 U.S.C. 10406. This delegation of authority does not include enforcement authority under Section 307. 9. Any employee of the Department of Health and Human Services who is appointed to carry out one or more provisions of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act shall, prior to such appointment, have had expertise in the field of family violence prevention and services. 10. Any redelegation shall be in writing and prompt notification must be provided to all affected managers, supervisors and other personnel and requires the concurrence of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration. (c) Effect on Existing Delegations This delegation supersedes all previous delegations of authority involving the authorities delegated herein. (d) Effective Date This delegation is effective upon the date of signature. PO 00000 Frm 00051 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 I hereby affirm and ratify any actions taken by the Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, which involved the exercise of the authorities delegated herein prior to the effective date of this delegation. Dated: April 19, 2007. Daniel C. Schneider, Acting Assistant Secretary for Children and Families. [FR Doc. E7–8321 Filed 5–1–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4184–01–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families Statement of Organization, Functions, and Delegations of Authority This notice amends Part K of the Statement of Organization, Functions, and Delegations of Authority of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), as follows: Chapter KB, the Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF), as last amended May 23, 2006, 71 FR 29649, and October 6, 2006, 71 FR 59117. This notice reflects realignment of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program from the Division of State Assistance, Office of Community Services, to the Family and Youth Services Bureau, ACYF. This notice also reflects the reassignment of certain Abstinence Education activities from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), to the Family and Youth Services Bureau, ACYF. In addition, this notice establishes three divisions under the Family and Youth Services Bureau. Chapter KB is amended as follows: Chapter KB, Administration on Children, Youth and Families A. Delete the last sentence of KB.00 Mission and replace the last sentence with the following: It administers Child Welfare Services training and Child Welfare Services research and demonstration programs authorized by title IV–B of the Social Security Act; administers programs under the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act; administers abstinence education grants under section 510 of the Social Security Act and other abstinence education programs; carries out provisions of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, administers the program for mentoring children of prisoners under section 439 E:\FEDREG\02MYN1.LOC 02MYN1 mmaher on DSK3CLS3C1PROD with $$_JOB Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 84 / Wednesday, May 2, 2007 / Notices of the Social Security Act; and manages initiatives to involve the private and voluntary sectors in the areas of children, youth and families. B. Delete KB.10 Organization in its entirety and replace with the following: KB.10 Organization. The Administration on Children, Youth and Families is headed by a Commissioner, who reports directly to the Assistant Secretary for Children and Families and consists of: <bullet≤ Office of the Commissioner (KBA) <bullet≤ Office of Management Services (KBA1) <bullet≤ Program Operations Division (KBC1) <bullet≤ Program Support Division (KBC2) <bullet≤ Program Management Division (KBC3) <bullet≤ Children’s Bureau (KBD) <bullet≤ Children’s Bureau Regional Units (KBDDI–X) <bullet≤ Office of Child Abuse and Neglect (KBD1) <bullet≤ Division of Policy (KBD2) <bullet≤ Division of Program Implementation (KBD3) <bullet≤ Division of Data, Research and Innovation (KBD4) <bullet≤ Division of Child Welfare Capacity Building (KBD5) <bullet≤ Division of State Systems (KBD6) <bullet≤ Family and Youth Services Bureau (KBE) <bullet≤ Division of Youth Services (KBE1) <bullet≤ Division of Family Violence Prevention (KBE2) <bullet≤ Division of Abstinence Programs (KBE3) <bullet≤ Immediate Office/ Administration (KBG1) <bullet≤ Program Operations Division (KBG2) <bullet≤ Policy Division (KBG3) <bullet≤ Technical Assistance Division (KBG4) C. Delete KB.20 Functions, Paragraph E, in its entirety and replace with the following: KB.20 Functions. E. The Family and Youth Services Bureau is headed by an Associate Commissioner who recommends policy direction and programs to address issues involving youth, family, abstinence education, mentoring children of prisoners, and domestic violence issues to the Commissioner, ACYF. The Associate Commissioner has a Deputy Associate Commissioner who acts as his alter ego and is responsible for the day-to-day direction of three divisions. The Office of the Associate Commissioner also has a Research, Data and Evaluation Team and a Regional Operations Team. The Bureau assesses policies, legislation and programs that affect runaway and homeless youth, families, mentoring VerDate Mar 15 2010 03:08 Aug 19, 2011 Jkt 223001 children of prisoners, domestic violence and abstinence education. It recommends budgetary and legislative proposals and subject areas for research and demonstration activities; coordinates efforts with and provides expert advice to departmental and other federal agencies on youth issues and programs including runaway and homeless youth and youth at risk of involvement with gangs, violence and drugs and other youth in at-risk situations; and develops program initiatives to address abstinence education and the needs of runaway and homeless youth, families, children of prisoners and domestic violence victims and their dependents. The Bureau represents HHS on various councils, workgroups and committees and provides leadership and coordination to other HHS programs and agencies. The Bureau has the following divisions: 1. The Division of Youth Services promotes a youth development approach to program services so that Bureau programs and activities are planned and designed with an emphasis on meeting the developmental needs of young people and their families, including runaway and homeless youth, youth at risk of involvement with gangs, violence and drugs and other youth in at-risk situations. The Division’s administration of the runaway and homeless youth program—which incorporates the basic center, street outreach and transitional living programs—includes development and implementation of policy, guidelines and regulations concerning the funding and management of service projects for youth under the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act. Administration of the program for mentoring children of prisoners authorized under section 439 of the Social Security Act also includes development of policy, guidelines and regulations regarding the funding and management of grant projects and other activities. The Division oversees the receipt and review of applications for grants that ultimately provide services to youth and families and monitors the management of these grants in the ACF Regional Offices. In addition, the Division designs, develops, funds and monitors support activities related to these programs, including, but not limited to, the provision of technical assistance, a monitoring system, a data collection system, a family and youth clearinghouse and a national communications system/hotline. The Division determines the conceptual and policy framework to address issues facing families and adolescents. It identities problems, defines critical issues for investigation and makes recommendations regarding PO 00000 Frm 00052 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 24315 subject areas for research, demonstration and evaluation activities. Based on the outcomes of these activities, the Division disseminates information through conferences, forums and written materials; provides assistance to service providers and state and local governments in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating programs affecting family and youth; and recommends plans and programs to increase public awareness and understanding about activities affecting vulnerable families and youth. 2. The Division of Family Violence Prevention promotes public awareness about domestic violence and its impact. The Division’s programs support the prevention of family violence; provide immediate shelter and related assistance to victims of family violence and their dependents; provide for research into the most effective prevention, identification and treatment of family violence; and provide training and technical assistance to family violence personnel in states, tribes, local public agencies (including law enforcement agencies, courts, social service agencies and health care professionals) and nonprofit organizations. The Division is responsible for developing, updating and implementing program regulations and policies. The Division oversees the receipt and review of applications for grants and certain grantee activities. It also provides guidance, review, support and assistance to states and grantees on HHS policies, regulations, procedures and systems necessary to ensure efficient program operation at the state, territorial and tribal levels. In addition, the Division coordinates all programs within the Department of Health and Human Services, and seeks to coordinate all other Federal programs, which involve the prevention of incidents of family violence and the provision of assistance for victims and potential victims of family violence and their dependents. 3. The Division of Abstinence Programs manages the Abstinence Education State Grant Program, which provides formula grants to states and other jurisdictions for the purpose of providing abstinence education as defined by Section 510 of the Social Security Act. The Division also manages the Community-Based Abstinence Education Grant Program, which makes competitive grants to public and private entities to plan and implement strategies for providing abstinence education to adolescents. The Division develops the conceptual framework to address abstinence education issues, monitors and assesses the programs and ensures the provision of technical assistance. E:\FEDREG\02MYN1.LOC 02MYN1 24316 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 84 / Wednesday, May 2, 2007 / Notices Dated: April 19, 2007. Daniel C. Schneider, Acting Assistant Secretary for Children and Families. [FR Doc. E7–8318 Filed 5–1–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4184–01–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families mmaher on DSK3CLS3C1PROD with $$_JOB Statement of Organization, Functions and Delegation of Authority Notice is hereby given that I have delegated to the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Deputy Assistant Secretaries, Program Directors, Program Commissioners, Deputy Director/ Commissioner, Office of Child Support Enforcement, and Staff Office Directors the following authority vested in me by the Secretary of Health and Human Services in the memorandum dated August 20, 1991, Delegations of Authority for Social Security Act Programs; 31 U.S.C. 1535; and HHS General Administrative Manual, Chapter 8–77. (a) Authorities Delegated. 1. Authority to administer approved cooperative research experimental, pilot or demonstration projects under the provisions of sections 1110 and 1115 of the Social Security Act. 2. Authority to approve interagency agreements to procure, provide or exchange services, supplies or equipment. (b) Limitations. 1. The authority listed in ι1 above shall be exercised under the condition that projects may be administered by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE), by the program/staff office or jointly by OPRE with the program/staff office. 2. Where all or any part of an experimental, pilot, research or demonstration project is wholly financed with Federal funds made available under sections 455(e), 1110 or 1115 of the Social Security Act, without any State, local or other non-Federal financial participation, that project must be approved by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. 3. This delegation of authority does not include the authority to approve/ disapprove projects under sections 1110 or 1115 of the Social Security Act or approve/disapprove waivers of State Plan requirements or costs that would not otherwise be included as expenditures under the provisions of section 1115(a)(1) and (2) of the Social Security Act. VerDate Mar 15 2010 03:08 Aug 19, 2011 Jkt 223001 4. The authority to approve interagency agreements to procure, provide, or exchange services, supplies, or equipment requires the concurrence of the ACF Chief Financial Officer if it exceeds $250,000 (including amendments) within a fiscal year or if it requires the signature of the Assistant Secretary, ACF, or the Secretary of HHS. (c) Effect on Existing Delegations. As related to this delegation of authority, this delegation supersedes all previous delegations of authority involving the administration of the cross-program authorities delegated herein. (d) Effective Date. This delegation is effective upon the date of signature. I hereby ratify and affirm any actions taken by the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Deputy Assistant Secretaries, Program Directors, Program Commissioners, Deputy Director/ Commissioner, Office of Child Support Enforcement, and Staff Office Directors, which involved the exercise of the authority delegated herein prior to the effective date of this delegation. Dated: April 19, 2007. Daniel C. Schneider, Acting Assistant Secretary for Children and Families. [FR Doc. E7–8319 Filed 5–1–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4184–01–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Food and Drug Administration [Docket No. 2007D–0135] Guidance for Industry on Testing of Glycerin for Diethylene Glycol; Availability AGENCY: Food and Drug Administration, HHS. ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is announcing the availability of a guidance for industry entitled ‘‘Testing of Glycerin for Diethylene Glycol.’’ This guidance provides recommendations on testing that will help pharmaceutical manufacturers, repackers, and other suppliers of glycerin, and pharmacists who engage in drug compounding, avoid the use of glycerin that is contaminated with diethylene glycol (DEG) and prevent incidents of DEG poisoning. DATES: Submit written or electronic comments on the guidance by July 31, 2007. General comments on agency PO 00000 Frm 00053 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 guidance documents are welcome at any time. Submit written requests for single copies of the guidance to the Division of Drug Information (HFD– 240), Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Food and Drug Administration, 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857. Send one selfaddressed adhesive label to assist that office in processing your requests. Submit written comments on the guidance to the Division of Dockets Management (HFA–305), Food and Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers Lane, rm. 1061, Rockville, MD 20852. Submit electronic comments to http:// www.fda.gov/dockets/ecomments. See the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section for electronic access to the guidance document. ADDRESSES: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Monica Caphart, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (HFD–320), Food and Drug Administration, 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857,301– 827–9047. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: I. Background FDA is announcing the availability of a guidance for industry entitled ‘‘Testing of Glycerin for Diethylene Glycol.’’ This guidance explains that the agency recommends that certain analytical testing procedures be performed on glycerin to avoid the use of DEG-contaminated product. Specifically, the agency is recommending that all lots of glycerin received by a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility undergo identity testing that includes a test for DEG content. DEG contamination of glycerin can be detected by using specific analytical test procedures described in the United States Pharmacopeia monograph for glycerin, which quantifies the amount of DEG present at a detection level of 0.1 percent, as recommended by the interagency Diethylene Glycol Contamination Prevention Workshop of 1997. Repackers, pharmacy compounders, and others who distribute and prepare glycerin for use in drug products should test glycerin that is used, sold for use, or intended for use in drug products. This recommendation also applies to bulk or repackaged glycerin intended as an excipient or other component for a drug. In addition, pharmacies that purchase glycerin for use in compounding drug products should either test the glycerin or ensure that such testing was properly done by a reliable supplier. E:\FEDREG\02MYN1.LOC 02MYN1

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[Federal Register Volume 72, Number 84 (Wednesday, May 2, 2007)]
[Notices]
[Pages 24314-24316]
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Administration for Children and Families


Statement of Organization, Functions, and Delegations of 
Authority

    This notice amends Part K of the Statement of Organization, 
Functions, and Delegations of Authority of the Department of Health and 
Human Services (DHHS), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), 
as follows: Chapter KB, the Administration on Children, Youth and 
Families (ACYF), as last amended May 23, 2006, 71 FR 29649, and October 
6, 2006, 71 FR 59117. This notice reflects realignment of the Family 
Violence Prevention and Services Program from the Division of State 
Assistance, Office of Community Services, to the Family and Youth 
Services Bureau, ACYF. This notice also reflects the reassignment of 
certain Abstinence Education activities from the Maternal and Child 
Health Bureau, Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), to the 
Family and Youth Services Bureau, ACYF. In addition, this notice 
establishes three divisions under the Family and Youth Services Bureau. 
Chapter KB is amended as follows:

Chapter KB, Administration on Children, Youth and Families

    A. Delete the last sentence of KB.00 Mission and replace the last 
sentence with the following:
    It administers Child Welfare Services training and Child Welfare 
Services research and demonstration programs authorized by title IV-B 
of the Social Security Act; administers programs under the Runaway and 
Homeless Youth Act; administers abstinence education grants under 
section 510 of the Social Security Act and other abstinence education 
programs; carries out provisions of the Family Violence Prevention and 
Services Act, administers the program for mentoring children of 
prisoners under section 439

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of the Social Security Act; and manages initiatives to involve the 
private and voluntary sectors in the areas of children, youth and 
families.
    B. Delete KB.10 Organization in its entirety and replace with the 
following:
    KB.10 Organization. The Administration on Children, Youth and 
Families is headed by a Commissioner, who reports directly to the 
Assistant Secretary for Children and Families and consists of:

 Office of the Commissioner (KBA)
 Office of Management Services (KBA1)
 Program Operations Division (KBC1)
 Program Support Division (KBC2)
 Program Management Division (KBC3)
 Children's Bureau (KBD)
 Children's Bureau Regional Units (KBDDI-X)
 Office of Child Abuse and Neglect (KBD1)
 Division of Policy (KBD2)
 Division of Program Implementation (KBD3)
 Division of Data, Research and Innovation (KBD4)
 Division of Child Welfare Capacity Building (KBD5)
 Division of State Systems (KBD6)
 Family and Youth Services Bureau (KBE)
 Division of Youth Services (KBE1)
 Division of Family Violence Prevention (KBE2)
 Division of Abstinence Programs (KBE3)
 Immediate Office/Administration (KBG1)
 Program Operations Division (KBG2)
 Policy Division (KBG3)
 Technical Assistance Division (KBG4)

    C. Delete KB.20 Functions, Paragraph E, in its entirety and replace 
with the following: KB.20 Functions. E. The Family and Youth Services 
Bureau is headed by an Associate Commissioner who recommends policy 
direction and programs to address issues involving youth, family, 
abstinence education, mentoring children of prisoners, and domestic 
violence issues to the Commissioner, ACYF. The Associate Commissioner 
has a Deputy Associate Commissioner who acts as his alter ego and is 
responsible for the day-to-day direction of three divisions. The Office 
of the Associate Commissioner also has a Research, Data and Evaluation 
Team and a Regional Operations Team. The Bureau assesses policies, 
legislation and programs that affect runaway and homeless youth, 
families, mentoring children of prisoners, domestic violence and 
abstinence education. It recommends budgetary and legislative proposals 
and subject areas for research and demonstration activities; 
coordinates efforts with and provides expert advice to departmental and 
other federal agencies on youth issues and programs including runaway 
and homeless youth and youth at risk of involvement with gangs, 
violence and drugs and other youth in at-risk situations; and develops 
program initiatives to address abstinence education and the needs of 
runaway and homeless youth, families, children of prisoners and 
domestic violence victims and their dependents. The Bureau represents 
HHS on various councils, workgroups and committees and provides 
leadership and coordination to other HHS programs and agencies. The 
Bureau has the following divisions:
    1. The Division of Youth Services promotes a youth development 
approach to program services so that Bureau programs and activities are 
planned and designed with an emphasis on meeting the developmental 
needs of young people and their families, including runaway and 
homeless youth, youth at risk of involvement with gangs, violence and 
drugs and other youth in at-risk situations. The Division's 
administration of the runaway and homeless youth program--which 
incorporates the basic center, street outreach and transitional living 
programs--includes development and implementation of policy, guidelines 
and regulations concerning the funding and management of service 
projects for youth under the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act. 
Administration of the program for mentoring children of prisoners 
authorized under section 439 of the Social Security Act also includes 
development of policy, guidelines and regulations regarding the funding 
and management of grant projects and other activities.
    The Division oversees the receipt and review of applications for 
grants that ultimately provide services to youth and families and 
monitors the management of these grants in the ACF Regional Offices. In 
addition, the Division designs, develops, funds and monitors support 
activities related to these programs, including, but not limited to, 
the provision of technical assistance, a monitoring system, a data 
collection system, a family and youth clearinghouse and a national 
communications system/hotline.
    The Division determines the conceptual and policy framework to 
address issues facing families and adolescents. It identities problems, 
defines critical issues for investigation and makes recommendations 
regarding subject areas for research, demonstration and evaluation 
activities. Based on the outcomes of these activities, the Division 
disseminates information through conferences, forums and written 
materials; provides assistance to service providers and state and local 
governments in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating 
programs affecting family and youth; and recommends plans and programs 
to increase public awareness and understanding about activities 
affecting vulnerable families and youth.
    2. The Division of Family Violence Prevention promotes public 
awareness about domestic violence and its impact. The Division's 
programs support the prevention of family violence; provide immediate 
shelter and related assistance to victims of family violence and their 
dependents; provide for research into the most effective prevention, 
identification and treatment of family violence; and provide training 
and technical assistance to family violence personnel in states, 
tribes, local public agencies (including law enforcement agencies, 
courts, social service agencies and health care professionals) and non-
profit organizations. The Division is responsible for developing, 
updating and implementing program regulations and policies. The 
Division oversees the receipt and review of applications for grants and 
certain grantee activities. It also provides guidance, review, support 
and assistance to states and grantees on HHS policies, regulations, 
procedures and systems necessary to ensure efficient program operation 
at the state, territorial and tribal levels. In addition, the Division 
coordinates all programs within the Department of Health and Human 
Services, and seeks to coordinate all other Federal programs, which 
involve the prevention of incidents of family violence and the 
provision of assistance for victims and potential victims of family 
violence and their dependents.
    3. The Division of Abstinence Programs manages the Abstinence 
Education State Grant Program, which provides formula grants to states 
and other jurisdictions for the purpose of providing abstinence 
education as defined by Section 510 of the Social Security Act. The 
Division also manages the Community-Based Abstinence Education Grant 
Program, which makes competitive grants to public and private entities 
to plan and implement strategies for providing abstinence education to 
adolescents. The Division develops the conceptual framework to address 
abstinence education issues, monitors and assesses the programs and 
ensures the provision of technical assistance.


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    Dated: April 19, 2007.
Daniel C. Schneider,
Acting Assistant Secretary for Children and Families.
 [FR Doc. E7-8318 Filed 5-1-07; 8:45 am]
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