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[FR Doc. 2015–13466 Filed 6–2–15; 8:45 am] DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Health Resources and Services Administration Graduate Psychology Education Program Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS. ACTION: Notice of Class Deviation from Competition Requirements for Graduate Psychology Education Program from Open to Limited Competition. AGENCY: The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is issuing a limited competition for awards among the 40 current Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) Program grantees whose project periods end June 30, 2016. No more than $1,000,000 will be made available in federal fiscal year (FY) 2015 in the form of 1-year project period grants. These awards are specifically for interprofessional training of doctoral psychology graduate students and interns to address the psychological needs of military personnel, veterans, and their families in civilian and community-based settings, including those in rural areas. An estimated five grants will be awarded with a ceiling amount of $190,000 per grant for 1 year. These funds will be used to establish, expand, and/or enhance activities that were funded under the FY 2013 GPE Program. Program funds are to be used for stipend support for interns and doctoral students, faculty development, curriculum and instructional design, program content enhancement, program infrastructure development, and the SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\03JNN1.SGM 03JNN1 31605 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 106 / Wednesday, June 3, 2015 / Notices Eligible Grant Recipients: supervision and training support of interns. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Organization name City State FY 2014 funds awarded ADLER SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, INC. ........ BOARD OF REGENTS/UNIV OF NEBRASKA MED CTR ............... CARSON CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICES INC .......................... CHEROKEE HEALTH SYSTEMS ..................................................... CHILDREN’S HEALTHCARE OF CALIFORNIA ............................... CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA .................................. DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITALS AUTHORITY ......................... EASTERN VIRGINIA MEDICAL SCHOOL ........................................ FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY ............................................ FORDHAM UNIVERSITY .................................................................. GEORGIA HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC. GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION ......... HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM .................................................... I OLA LAHUI, INC. ............................................................................. INDIAN HEALTH CARE RESOURCE CENTER OF TULSA INC ..... MARSHALL UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CORPORATION ................ MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA ............................. NEMOURS FOUNDATION, THE ....................................................... NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY ................................................ NEW YORK UNIVERSITY (INC) ....................................................... NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ...................................................... OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY ................................ REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, THE ............... TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY .......................... THE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL LOS ANGELES ................................. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS ............................................ UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND .......................................................... UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SYSTEM ............................................. UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO ................................................... UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL ................ UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO ............. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA .................................................. UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA .......................................................... UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER MEDICAL CENTER ....................... UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN .............................................. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON ...................................................... VILLAGE FOR FAMILIES & CHILDREN, THE ................................. VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY .................................... WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY (INC) ................................................. WIDENER UNIVERSITY .................................................................... Chicago ....................... Omaha ......................... Westfield ...................... Knoxville ...................... Orange ......................... Philadelphia ................. Denver ......................... Norfolk ......................... Teaneck ....................... Bronx ........................... Augusta ....................... IL ............. NE ........... MA ........... TN ............ CA ........... PA ............ CO ........... VA ............ NJ ............ NY ........... GA ........... $160,470.00 190,000.00 179,555.00 123,536.00 155,880.00 152,421.00 136,747.00 189,166.00 169,605.00 134,111.00 147,726.00 Atlanta ......................... Detroit .......................... Honolulu ...................... Tulsa ............................ Huntington ................... Charleston ................... Wilmington ................... Las Cruces .................. New York ..................... Evanston ...................... Portland ....................... Colorado Springs ......... New York ..................... Los Angeles ................. Davis ............................ Baltimore ..................... Kansas City ................. Reno ............................ Chapel Hill ................... Greensboro .................. Grand Forks ................ Oklahoma City ............. Rochester .................... Austin ........................... Seattle ......................... Hartford ........................ Richmond .................... Detroit .......................... Chester ........................ GA ........... MI ............ HI ............. OK ........... WV ........... SC ........... DE ........... NM ........... NY ........... IL ............. OR ........... CO ........... NY ........... CA ........... CA ........... MD ........... MO ........... NV ........... NC ........... NC ........... ND ........... OK ........... NY ........... TX ............ WA ........... CT ............ VA ............ MI ............ PA ............ 186,287.00 171,524.00 184,312.00 146,717.00 189,346.00 142,568.00 128,386.00 190,000.00 148,799.00 184,188.00 173,199.00 161,425.00 171,037.00 162,845.00 190,000.00 189,206.00 167,413.00 149,521.00 51,731.00 186,189.00 189,972.00 166,967.00 187,141.00 146,904.00 153,005.00 139,123.00 165,967.00 185,046.00 190,000.00 Grant number D40HP26855 D40HP02597 D40HP26856 D40HP26374 D40HP26857 D40HP25714 D40HP26858 D40HP26859 D40HP26910 D40HP26911 D40HP26860 ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... D40HP19643 D40HP25715 D40HP26861 D40HP25716 D40HP26862 D40HP25774 D40HP25718 D40HP26863 D40HP26864 D40HP25719 D40HP26865 D40HP26866 D40HP26912 D40HP28075 D40HP26868 D40HP25720 D40HP26869 D40HP25721 D40HP26870 D40HP25722 D40HP19636 D40HP26871 D40HP02600 D40HP25723 D40HP19642 D40HP26872 D40HP25724 D40HP26873 D40HP26874 ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... tkelley on DSK3SPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Authority: Title VII, Sections 750 and 755(b)(1)(J) of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act (42 U.S.C. 294 and 42 U.S.C. 294e(b)(1)(J)). Justification: The FY 2015 Appropriations Bill included funds for the GPE Program specifically to address the psychological needs of military personnel, veterans, and their families in civilian and community-based settings, including those in rural areas. Current grants have existing structures and expertise in place that would require minimal start-up time for new VerDate Sep<11>2014 18:57 Jun 02, 2015 Jkt 235001 grant implementation. For internship programs, there is only one opportunity to fill the slots as the Association of Postdoctoral Internship Centers’ (APPIC) match for interns is in February. Internships begin in July/ August, and if awards are made early enough, current grantees may be able to identify ‘‘unmatched students.’’ Dated: May 28, 2015. James Macrae, Acting Administrator. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Amount of Competitive Awards: Ceiling up to $190,000 per grant. Period of Supplemental Funding: Project Period July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016. CFDA Number: 93.191. Health Resources and Services Administration Cynthia Harne, Public Health Analyst, Division of Nursing and Public Health, Behavioral and Public Health Branch, Bureau of Health Workforce, HRSA, 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 9–89, Rockville, Maryland 20857, phone (301) 443–7661, fax (301) 443–0791, or email charne@hrsa.gov. PO 00000 [FR Doc. 2015–13461 Filed 6–2–15; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4165–15–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program; List of Petitions Received Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is SUMMARY: Frm 00038 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\03JNN1.SGM 03JNN1

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[Federal Register Volume 80, Number 106 (Wednesday, June 3, 2015)]
[Notices]
[Pages 31604-31605]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2015-13461]


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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Health Resources and Services Administration


Graduate Psychology Education Program

AGENCY: Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS.

ACTION: Notice of Class Deviation from Competition Requirements for 
Graduate Psychology Education Program from Open to Limited Competition.

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SUMMARY: The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is 
issuing a limited competition for awards among the 40 current Graduate 
Psychology Education (GPE) Program grantees whose project periods end 
June 30, 2016. No more than $1,000,000 will be made available in 
federal fiscal year (FY) 2015 in the form of 1-year project period 
grants. These awards are specifically for interprofessional training of 
doctoral psychology graduate students and interns to address the 
psychological needs of military personnel, veterans, and their families 
in civilian and community-based settings, including those in rural 
areas. An estimated five grants will be awarded with a ceiling amount 
of $190,000 per grant for 1 year. These funds will be used to 
establish, expand, and/or enhance activities that were funded under the 
FY 2013 GPE Program.
    Program funds are to be used for stipend support for interns and 
doctoral students, faculty development, curriculum and instructional 
design, program content enhancement, program infrastructure 
development, and the

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supervision and training support of interns.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 
    Eligible Grant Recipients:

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                                                                                                       FY 2014
          Grant number                Organization name             City                State           funds
                                                                                                       awarded
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D40HP26855......................  ADLER SCHOOL OF           Chicago............  IL................  $160,470.00
                                   PROFESSIONAL
                                   PSYCHOLOGY, INC..
D40HP02597......................  BOARD OF REGENTS/UNIV OF  Omaha..............  NE................   190,000.00
                                   NEBRASKA MED CTR.
D40HP26856......................  CARSON CENTER FOR HUMAN   Westfield..........  MA................   179,555.00
                                   SERVICES INC.
D40HP26374......................  CHEROKEE HEALTH SYSTEMS.  Knoxville..........  TN................   123,536.00
D40HP26857......................  CHILDREN'S HEALTHCARE OF  Orange.............  CA................   155,880.00
                                   CALIFORNIA.
D40HP25714......................  CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF     Philadelphia.......  PA................   152,421.00
                                   PHILADELPHIA.
D40HP26858......................  DENVER HEALTH AND         Denver.............  CO................   136,747.00
                                   HOSPITALS AUTHORITY.
D40HP26859......................  EASTERN VIRGINIA MEDICAL  Norfolk............  VA................   189,166.00
                                   SCHOOL.
D40HP26910......................  FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON       Teaneck............  NJ................   169,605.00
                                   UNIVERSITY.
D40HP26911......................  FORDHAM UNIVERSITY......  Bronx..............  NY................   134,111.00
D40HP26860......................  GEORGIA HEALTH SCIENCES   Augusta............  GA................   147,726.00
                                   UNIVERSITY RESEARCH
                                   INSTITUTE, INC.
D40HP19643......................  GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY  Atlanta............  GA................   186,287.00
                                   RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
D40HP25715......................  HENRY FORD HEALTH SYSTEM  Detroit............  MI................   171,524.00
D40HP26861......................  I OLA LAHUI, INC........  Honolulu...........  HI................   184,312.00
D40HP25716......................  INDIAN HEALTH CARE        Tulsa..............  OK................   146,717.00
                                   RESOURCE CENTER OF
                                   TULSA INC.
D40HP26862......................  MARSHALL UNIVERSITY       Huntington.........  WV................   189,346.00
                                   RESEARCH CORPORATION.
D40HP25774......................  MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF     Charleston.........  SC................   142,568.00
                                   SOUTH CAROLINA.
D40HP25718......................  NEMOURS FOUNDATION, THE.  Wilmington.........  DE................   128,386.00
D40HP26863......................  NEW MEXICO STATE          Las Cruces.........  NM................   190,000.00
                                   UNIVERSITY.
D40HP26864......................  NEW YORK UNIVERSITY       New York...........  NY................   148,799.00
                                   (INC).
D40HP25719......................  NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY.  Evanston...........  IL................   184,188.00
D40HP26865......................  OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE   Portland...........  OR................   173,199.00
                                   UNIVERSITY.
D40HP26866......................  REGENTS OF THE            Colorado Springs...  CO................   161,425.00
                                   UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO,
                                   THE.
D40HP26912......................  TEACHERS COLLEGE,         New York...........  NY................   171,037.00
                                   COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY.
D40HP28075......................  THE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL    Los Angeles........  CA................   162,845.00
                                   LOS ANGELES.
D40HP26868......................  UNIVERSITY OF             Davis..............  CA................   190,000.00
                                   CALIFORNIA, DAVIS.
D40HP25720......................  UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND..  Baltimore..........  MD................   189,206.00
D40HP26869......................  UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI    Kansas City........  MO................   167,413.00
                                   SYSTEM.
D40HP25721......................  UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA,     Reno...............  NV................   149,521.00
                                   RENO.
D40HP26870......................  UNIVERSITY OF NORTH       Chapel Hill........  NC................    51,731.00
                                   CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL.
D40HP25722......................  UNIVERSITY OF NORTH       Greensboro.........  NC................   186,189.00
                                   CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO.
D40HP19636......................  UNIVERSITY OF NORTH       Grand Forks........  ND................   189,972.00
                                   DAKOTA.
D40HP26871......................  UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA..  Oklahoma City......  OK................   166,967.00
D40HP02600......................  UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER   Rochester..........  NY................   187,141.00
                                   MEDICAL CENTER.
D40HP25723......................  UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT    Austin.............  TX................   146,904.00
                                   AUSTIN.
D40HP19642......................  UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON  Seattle............  WA................   153,005.00
D40HP26872......................  VILLAGE FOR FAMILIES &    Hartford...........  CT................   139,123.00
                                   CHILDREN, THE.
D40HP25724......................  VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH     Richmond...........  VA................   165,967.00
                                   UNIVERSITY.
D40HP26873......................  WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY    Detroit............  MI................   185,046.00
                                   (INC).
D40HP26874......................  WIDENER UNIVERSITY......  Chester............  PA................   190,000.00
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    Amount of Competitive Awards: Ceiling up to $190,000 per grant.
    Period of Supplemental Funding: Project Period July 1, 2015, to 
June 30, 2016.
    CFDA Number: 93.191.

    Authority: Title VII, Sections 750 and 755(b)(1)(J) of the 
Public Health Service (PHS) Act (42 U.S.C. 294 and 42 U.S.C. 
294e(b)(1)(J)).

    Justification: The FY 2015 Appropriations Bill included funds for 
the GPE Program specifically to address the psychological needs of 
military personnel, veterans, and their families in civilian and 
community-based settings, including those in rural areas. Current 
grants have existing structures and expertise in place that would 
require minimal start-up time for new grant implementation. For 
internship programs, there is only one opportunity to fill the slots as 
the Association of Postdoctoral Internship Centers' (APPIC) match for 
interns is in February. Internships begin in July/August, and if awards 
are made early enough, current grantees may be able to identify 
``unmatched students.''

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Cynthia Harne, Public Health Analyst, 
Division of Nursing and Public Health, Behavioral and Public Health 
Branch, Bureau of Health Workforce, HRSA, 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 9-89, 
Rockville, Maryland 20857, phone (301) 443-7661, fax (301) 443-0791, or 
email charne@hrsa.gov.

    Dated: May 28, 2015.
James Macrae,
Acting Administrator.
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