Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA); Amendment One; State Labor Market Information Improvement Grants, 36271 [E9-17413]

Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 74, No. 139 / Wednesday, July 22, 2009 / Notices may serve a broad range of individuals. In the SGA, the language designated below as ‘‘old text’’ is replaced with the language designated as ‘‘new text,’’ as follows: a. Old Text—‘‘For specific definitions for these target populations, applicants must refer to Section VI.B.’’ b. New Text—‘‘For specific definitions for these target populations, applicants must refer to Section VI.B. Within these four categories, eligible participants may serve a broad range of individuals, including: Individuals with disabilities, individuals with limited English proficiency, Veterans, Indian and Native Americans, and older workers.’’ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Melissa Abdullah, Grants Management Specialist, Division of Federal Assistance, at (202) 693–3346. Signed at Washington, DC, this 17th day of July 2009. Donna Kelly, Grant Officer, Employment & Training Administration. [FR Doc. E9–17414 Filed 7–21–09; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4510–FN–P DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment & Training Administration [SGA/DFA–PY 08–17] Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA); Amendment One; State Labor Market Information Improvement Grants AGENCY: Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Labor. ACTION: Notice: Amendment to SGA/ DFA–PY 08–17. 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 State Labor Market Information Improvement Grants to be awarded through a competitive process. This amendment to the SGA clarifies items related to: (1) Strategies and Approaches (Section I.B.3.ii); (2) Evaluation Criteria, Deliverables (Section V.A.4.iii); (3) the number of applications from a Single State (Section III.A); and (4) Section B on Green Industries and Occupations (Supplementary Information). The changes in items 1 and 2 below were made in order to make the terminology for certificates or degrees match existing ETA definitions. The changes in items 3 and 4 below are to provide further jlentini on DSKJ8SOYB1PROD with NOTICES SUMMARY: VerDate Nov<24>2008 16:04 Jul 21, 2009 Jkt 217001 clarification on number of applications per Single State and targeted industries. The document is hereby amended. 1. Section I.B.3.ii, ‘‘Funding Opportunity Description, Strategies and Approaches, Related Research Activities’’ (page 30131) is revised by replacing the language designated below as ‘‘old text’’ with the language designated as ‘‘new text’’: a. Old text: ‘‘State-specific summaries of educational resources including postsecondary and higher educational institutions’ courses and programs leading to industry-recognized credentials, certifications, or degrees;’’ b. New text: ‘‘State-specific summaries of educational resources including post-secondary and higher educational institutions’ courses and programs leading to certificates or degrees;’’ 2. Section V.A.4.iii, ‘‘Application Review Information, Evaluation Criteria, Deliverables’’ (page 30136) is revised by replacing the language designated below as ‘‘old text’’ with the language designated as ‘‘new text’’: a. Old text: ‘‘State-specific summaries of educational resources including postsecondary and higher educational institutions’ courses and programs leading to industry-recognized credentials, certifications, or degrees;’’ b. New text: ‘‘State-specific summaries of educational resources including post-secondary and higher educational institutions’ courses and programs leading to certificates or degrees;’’ 3. Section III.A, ‘‘Eligibility Information, Eligible Applicants’’ (page 30131) is clarifying the number of applications that a Single State can submit. Accordingly, Section III.A. on p. 30131 is revised by replacing the language designated below as ‘‘old text’’ with the language designated as ‘‘new text’’: a. Old text: ‘‘Applicants must clearly indicate in the required grant abstract if they are applying as an individual State or as a consortium. Consortium applications must identify each participating State and designate a lead State as the applicant that will have the overall responsibility for administering the grant. The consortium lead State will coordinate reporting activities and must serve as the fiscal agent. Consortium applications will not count against the ‘single application’ per State limit for the partnering States, provided that the consortium proposal includes original strategies and is not duplicative of the strategies and deliverables included in the participating States’ individual applications.’’ PO 00000 Frm 00109 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 36271 b. New text: ‘‘Applicants must clearly indicate in the required grant abstract if they are applying as an individual State or as a consortium. Consortium applications must identify each participating State and designate a lead State as the applicant that will have the overall responsibility for administering the grant. The consortium lead State will coordinate reporting activities and must serve as the fiscal agent. States may submit one application as a single State as well as one application as a consortium lead State. There is no limit to the number of consortium applications a State may be included with as a participating partner, provided that the consortium proposals include original strategies and are not duplicative of the strategies and deliverables included in the participating States’ individual applications.’’ 4. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION, Section B ‘‘Green Industries and Occupations’’ on p. 30129 is revised to include the following statement: New Text: ‘‘We will also evaluate applications for projects that include emerging green occupations from industries that have not been discussed in this section.’’ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Willie Harris, Grant Officer, Division of Federal Assistance, at (202) 693–3344. Signed at Washington, DC this 17th day of July, 2009. Donna Kelly, Grant Officer, Employment & Training Administration. [FR Doc. E9–17413 Filed 7–21–09; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4510–FN–P NATIONAL CREDIT UNION ADMINISTRATION Temporary Corporate Credit Union Liquidity Guarantee Program AGENCY: National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). ACTION: Notice. SUMMARY: This notice contains information about revisions to the National Credit Union Administration’s Temporary Corporate Credit Union Liquidity Guarantee Program (TCCULGP). ADDRESSES: 1775 Duke Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. 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[Federal Register Volume 74, Number 139 (Wednesday, July 22, 2009)]
[Notices]
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[FR Doc No: E9-17413]


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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Employment & Training Administration

[SGA/DFA-PY 08-17]


Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA); Amendment One; State 
Labor Market Information Improvement Grants

AGENCY: Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Labor.

ACTION: Notice: Amendment to SGA/DFA-PY 08-17.

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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 
State Labor Market Information Improvement Grants to be awarded through 
a competitive process. This amendment to the SGA clarifies items 
related to: (1) Strategies and Approaches (Section I.B.3.ii); (2) 
Evaluation Criteria, Deliverables (Section V.A.4.iii); (3) the number 
of applications from a Single State (Section III.A); and (4) Section B 
on Green Industries and Occupations (Supplementary Information). The 
changes in items 1 and 2 below were made in order to make the 
terminology for certificates or degrees match existing ETA definitions. 
The changes in items 3 and 4 below are to provide further clarification 
on number of applications per Single State and targeted industries. The 
document is hereby amended.
    1. Section I.B.3.ii, ``Funding Opportunity Description, Strategies 
and Approaches, Related Research Activities'' (page 30131) is revised 
by replacing the language designated below as ``old text'' with the 
language designated as ``new text'':
    a. Old text: ``State-specific summaries of educational resources 
including post-secondary and higher educational institutions' courses 
and programs leading to industry-recognized credentials, 
certifications, or degrees;''
    b. New text: ``State-specific summaries of educational resources 
including post-secondary and higher educational institutions' courses 
and programs leading to certificates or degrees;''
    2. Section V.A.4.iii, ``Application Review Information, Evaluation 
Criteria, Deliverables'' (page 30136) is revised by replacing the 
language designated below as ``old text'' with the language designated 
as ``new text'':
    a. Old text: ``State-specific summaries of educational resources 
including post-secondary and higher educational institutions' courses 
and programs leading to industry-recognized credentials, 
certifications, or degrees;''
    b. New text: ``State-specific summaries of educational resources 
including post-secondary and higher educational institutions' courses 
and programs leading to certificates or degrees;''
    3. Section III.A, ``Eligibility Information, Eligible Applicants'' 
(page 30131) is clarifying the number of applications that a Single 
State can submit. Accordingly, Section III.A. on p. 30131 is revised by 
replacing the language designated below as ``old text'' with the 
language designated as ``new text'':
    a. Old text: ``Applicants must clearly indicate in the required 
grant abstract if they are applying as an individual State or as a 
consortium. Consortium applications must identify each participating 
State and designate a lead State as the applicant that will have the 
overall responsibility for administering the grant. The consortium lead 
State will coordinate reporting activities and must serve as the fiscal 
agent. Consortium applications will not count against the `single 
application' per State limit for the partnering States, provided that 
the consortium proposal includes original strategies and is not 
duplicative of the strategies and deliverables included in the 
participating States' individual applications.''
    b. New text: ``Applicants must clearly indicate in the required 
grant abstract if they are applying as an individual State or as a 
consortium. Consortium applications must identify each participating 
State and designate a lead State as the applicant that will have the 
overall responsibility for administering the grant. The consortium lead 
State will coordinate reporting activities and must serve as the fiscal 
agent. States may submit one application as a single State as well as 
one application as a consortium lead State. There is no limit to the 
number of consortium applications a State may be included with as a 
participating partner, provided that the consortium proposals include 
original strategies and are not duplicative of the strategies and 
deliverables included in the participating States' individual 
applications.''
    4. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION, Section B ``Green Industries and 
Occupations'' on p. 30129 is revised to include the following 
statement:
    New Text: ``We will also evaluate applications for projects that 
include emerging green occupations from industries that have not been 
discussed in this section.''

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Willie Harris, Grant Officer, Division 
of Federal Assistance, at (202) 693-3344.

    Signed at Washington, DC this 17th day of July, 2009.
Donna Kelly,
Grant Officer, Employment & Training Administration.
[FR Doc. E9-17413 Filed 7-21-09; 8:45 am]
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