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be referred to as the “program," and the Department of State will hereinafter be referred to as the “Department.”

(c) Participant. Any person taking part in the program for purposes listed in $$ 61.3 through 61.8, including both citizens of the United States and citizens and nationals of the other countries with which the program is conducted.

(d) Transportation. All necessary travel on railways, airplanes, steamships, busses, streetcars, taxicabs, and other usual means of conveyance.

(e) Excess baggage. Baggage in excess of the weight or size carried free by public carriers on first-class service.

(f) Per diem allowance. Per diem in lieu of subsistence includes all charges for meals and lodging; fees and tips; telegrams and telephone calls reserving hotel accommodations; laundry, cleaning and pressing of clothing; transportation between places of lodging or business and places where meals are taken. [22 F.R. 10836, Dec, 27, 1957, as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10229, Aug. 18, 1965) 8 61.2 Applicability of this part under

special circumstances. (a) Funds administered by another department or agency. The regulations in this part shall apply to payments made to or on behalf of participants from funds appropriated or allocated to the Department and transferred by the Department to some other department, agency or independent establishment of the Government unless the terms of the transfer provide that such regulations shall not apply in whole or in part or with such modifications as may be prescribed in each case to meet the exigencies of the particular situation.

(b) Funds administered by private organizations. The regulations in this part shall apply to payments made to or on behalf of participants from funds appropriated or allocated to the Department and administered by an institution, facility, or organization in accordance with the terms of a contract or grant made by the Department with or to such private organizations, unless the terms of such contract or grant provide that the regulations in this part are not to be considered applicable or that they are to be applied with such modifications as may be prescribed in each case to meet the exigencies of the particular situation.

(c) Appropriations or allocations. The regulations in this part shall apply to payments made by the Department with respect to appropriations or allocations which are or may hereafter be made available to the Department for the program so far as the regulations in this part are not inconsistent therewith. § 61.3 Grants to foreign participants to

observe, consult, demonstrate spe. cial skills, or engage in specialized

programs. A citizen or national of a foreign country who has been awarded a grant to observe, consult with colleagues, demonstrate special skills, or engage in specialized programs, may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department:

(a) Transportation. Accommodations, as authorized, on steamship, airplane, railway, or other means of conveyance. For travel in a privately owned vehicle, reimbursement will be in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations.

(b) Excess baggage. Excess baggage as deemed necessary by the Department.

(c) Per diem allowances. Per diem allowance not to exceed $30 in lieu of subsistence expenses while participating in the program in the United States, its territories or possessions and while traveling within or between the United States, its territories or possessions: Provided, however, That, in accordance with standards and procedures prescribed from time to time by the Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, a per diem allowance of not to exceed $40 may be established in the case of participants whose status and position require special treatment: And provided further, That the Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs may in the case of any particular participant authorize a per diem allowance in excess of $40. The participant shall be considered as remaining in a travel status during the entire period covered by his grant unless otherwise designated.

(d) Allowance. An allowance of not to exceed $70 in lieu of per diem while traveling to and from the United States.

(e) Tuition and related expenses. Tuition and related expenses in connection with attendance at seminars and workshops, professional meetings, or other events in keeping with the purpose of the grant.

(f) Books and educational materials allowance. A reasonable allowance for books and educational materials.

(g) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem. (22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.468, 26 F.R. 3103, Apr. 12, 1961; Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10229, Aug. 18, 1965; Dept. Reg. 108.611, 34 F.R. 17387, Oct. 28, 1969) $ 61.4 Grants to foreign participants to

lecture, teach, and engage in re

search. A citizen or national of a foreign country who has been awarded a grant to lecture, teach, and engage in research may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department:

(a) Transportation. Accommodations, as authorized on steamship, airplane, railway, or other means of conveyance. For travel in a privately owned vehicle, reimbursement will be in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations.

(b) Excess baggage. Excess baggage as deemed necessary by the Department.

(c) Per diem allowance. Per diem allowance not to exceed $25 in lieu of subsistence expenses while participating in the program in the United States, its territories or possessions and while traveling within or between the United States, its territories or possessions: Provided however, That in accordance with standards prescribed from time to time by the Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs, a per diem allowance of not to exceed $35 may be established in the case of participants awarded grants to lecture or engage in research whose status, position or other special circumstance require special treatment: And provided further, That the Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs may, in the case of any particular participant, authorize a per diem allowance in excess of $35, but not to exceed $50.

(d) Allowance. An allowance of not to exceed $50 in lieu of per diem while traveling to and from the United States

(e) Tuition and related expenses Tuition and related expenses in connection with attendance at educational institutions, seminars and workshops, professional meetings or other events in keeping with the purpose of the grant.

(f) Books and educational materials

allowance. A reasonable allowance for books and educational materials.

(g) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem. [22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.434, 25 F.R. 4743, May 28, 1960; Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18, 1965; Dept. Reg. 108.524; Dept. Reg. 108.611, 34 F.R. 17387, Oct. 28, 1969; Dept. Reg. 108.624; 35 F.R. 11992, July 25, 1970; Dept. Reg. 108.680, 37 F.R. 28287, Dec. 22, 1972] $ 61.5

Grants to foreign participants to study. A citizen or national of a foreign country who has been awarded a grant to study may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department:

(a) Transportation. Accommodations, as authorized, on steamship, airplane, railway, or other means of conveyance. For travel in a privately owned vehicle, reimbursement will be in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations.

(b) Excess baggage. Excess baggage as deemed necessary by the Department.

(c) Per diem allowance. Per diem allowance not to exceed $16 in lieu of subsistence expenses while traveling (1) from point of entry in the United States, its territories or possessions, to orientation centers and while in attendance at such centers, for purposes of orientation, not to exceed 30 days, (2) to educational institutions of affiliation, and (3) to point of departure; and while participating in authorized field trips or conferences.

(d) Allowances. (1) A maintenance allowance of not to exceed $300 per month while present and in attendance at an educational institution, facility or organization;

(2) A travel allowance of not to exceed $35 in lieu of per diem while traveling to and from the United States.

(e) Tuition. Tuition and related fees for approved courses of study.

(f) Books and educational materials allowance. A reasonable allowance for books and educational materials.

(g) Tutoring assistance. Special tutoring assistance in connection with approved courses of study,

(h) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem. (22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.611, 34 F.R. 17387, Oct. 28, 1969; Dept. Reg. 108.628, 35 F.R. 18114, Nov. 26, 19701

8 61.6 Assignment of United States Gov.

ernment employees to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, or

demonstrate special skills. An employee of the United States Government who has been assigned for service abroad to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, or demonstrate special skills, may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department:

(a) Transportation. Transportation and miscellaneous expenses in the United States and abroad, including baggage charges, and per diem in lieu of subsistence at the maximum rates allowable while in a travel status in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations and the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended. The participant shall be considered as remaining in a travel status during the entire period covered by his assignment unless otherwise designated.

(b) Advance of funds. Advances of per diem as provided in the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended.

(c) Compensation. Compensation in accordance with Civil Service rules; or in accordance with the grade in which the position occupied may be administratively classified; or Foreign Service Act, as amended.

(d) Allowances for cost of living and living quarters. Allowances for living quarters, heat, fuel, light, and to compensate for the increased cost of living in accordance with the Standardized Regulations (Government Civilians, Foreign Areas), when not in a travel status as provided in paragraph (a) of this section.

(e) Books and educational materials allowance. A reasonable allowance for books and educational materials. Such books and materials, unless otherwise specified, shall be selected by the employee and purchased and shipped by the Department or its agent. At the conclusion of the assignment, the books and educational materials shall be transferred to and become the property of an appropriate local institution or be otherwise disposed of as directed by the Department.

(f) Families and effects. Cost of transportation of immediate family and household goods and effects when going to and returning from posts of assignment in foreign countries in accordance with the provisions of the Foreign Service

Regulations of the United States of America. 8 61.7

Grants to United States partici. pants to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, demonstrate spe cial skills, or engage in specialized

programs. A citizen or resident of the United States who has been awarded a grant to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, demonstrate special skills, or engage in specialized programs may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department.

(a) Transportation. Transportation in the United States and abroad, including baggage charges.

(b) Subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses. Per diem, in lieu of subsistence while in a travel status, at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations and the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended, unless otherwise specified, and miscellaneous travel expenses, in the United States and abroad. Alternatively, & travel allowance may be authorized to cover subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses. The participant shall be considered as remaining in a travel status during the entire period covered by his grant unless otherwise designated.

(c) Orientation and debriefing within the United States. For the purpose of orientation and debriefing within the United States, compensation, travel, and per diem at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations and the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended, unless otherwise specified. Alternatively, a travel allowance may be authorized to cover subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses.

(d) Advance of funds. Advance of funds, including allowance for books and educational materials and per diem, or alternatively, the allowance to cover subsistence and miscellaneous travel expenses.

(e) Compensation. Compensation at a rate to be specified in each grant.

(f) Allowances. Appropriate allowances as determined by the Department.

(g) Books and educational materials allowance. Where appropriate, an allowance for books and educational materials. Such books and materials, unless otherwise specified, shall be selected by the grantee and purchased and shipped either by the grantee, or the Department or its agent. At the conclusion of the grant, the books and materials shall be transferred to and become the property of an appropriate local institution or be otherwise disposed of as directed by the Department. [Dept. Reg. 108.498, 28 F.R. 9527, Aug. 30, 1963, as amended at 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18, 1965) $ 61.8 Grants to United States partici

pants to study. A citizen of the United States who has been awarded a grant to study may be entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department.

(a) Transportation. Transportation and miscellaneous expenses in the United States and abroad, including baggage charges, and per diem in lieu of subsistence while in a travel status. Per diem at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations and the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended, unless otherwise specified. Travel status shall terminate upon arrival at the place of study designated in the grant and shall recommence upon departure from that place to return home.

(b) Orientation and debriefing within the United States. For the purpose of orientation and debriefing within the United States travel and per diem at the maximum rates allowable in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations and the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended, unless otherwise specified.

(c) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem.

(d) Maintenance allowance. A maintenance allowance at a rate to be specified in each grant.

(e) Tuition. Tuition and related fees for approved courses of study.

(f) Books and educational materials allowance. A reasonable allowance for books and educational materials.

(g) Tutoring assistance. Special tutoring assistance in connection with approved courses of study. 8 61.9 General provisions.

The following provisions shall apply to the foregoing regulations:

(a) Health and accident insurance. Payment for the costs of health and accident insurance for United States and foreign participants while such participants are en route or absent from their homes for purposes of participation in the program when authorized by the Department.

(b) Transportation of remains. Payments for the actual expenses of preparing and transporting to their former homes the remains of persons, not United States Government employees, who may die away from their homes while participating in the program are authorized.

(c) Maxima not controlling. Payments and allowances may be made at the rate or in the amount provided in the regulations in this part unless an individual grant or travel order specifies that less than the maximum will be allowed under any part of the regulation in this part. In such case, the grant or travel order will control.

(d) Individual authorization. Where the regulations in this part provide for compensation, allowance, or other payment, no payment shall be made therefor unless a definite amount or basis of payment is authorized in the individual case, or is approved as provided in paragraph (f) of this section.

(e) Computation of per diem and allowance. In computing per diem and allowances payable while on a duty assignment, except for travel performed under the Standardized Government Travel Regulations, fractional days shall be counted as full days, the status at the end of the calendar day determining the status for the entire day.

(f) Subsequent approval. Whenever without prior authority expense has been incurred by a participant, or an individual has commenced his participation in the program as contemplated by the regulations in this part, the voucher for payments in connection therewith may be approved by an official designated for this purpose, such approval constituting the authority for such participation or the incurring of such expense.

(g) Additional authorization. Any emergency, unusual or additional payment deemed necessary under the program if allowable under existing authority, may be authorized whether or not specifically provided for by this part.

(h) Biweekly payment. Unless otherwise specified in the grant, all compensation and allowance for U.S. participants shall be payable biweekly and shall be computed as follows: an annual rate shall be derived by multiplying a monthly rate by 12; a biweekly rate shall be derived by dividing an annual rate by 26; and a calendar day rate shall be derived by dividing an annual rate by 364. If any maximum compensation or allowance authorized by these regulations or by the terms of any grant is exceeded by this method of computation and payment, such excess payment is hereby authorized. This paragraph may apply to payments made to participants from funds administered as provided in § 61.2 (a) and (b) in the discretion of the department, agency, independent establishment, institution, facility, or organization concerned.

(i) Payments. Payments of benefits authorized under any part of the regulations in this part may be made either by the Department of State or by such department, agency, institution, or facility as may be designated by the Department.

(j) Duration. The duration of the grant shall be specified in each case.

(k) Cancellation. If a recipient of a grant under this program fails to maintain a satisfactory record or demonstrates unsuitability for furthering the purposes of the program as stated in § 61.1(a), his grant shall, in the discretion of the Secretary of State or such officer as he may designate, be subject to cancellation.

(1) Outstanding grant authorizations. Grants and other authorizations which are outstanding and in effect on the date the present regulations become effective, and which do not conform to this part, shall nevertheless remain in effect and be governed by the regulations under which they were originally issued, unless such grants or other authorizations are specifically amended and made subject to the present regulations in which case the individual concerned will be notified. [22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended at 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18, 1965)

Sec. 62.4 Copies of regulations to Department of

State. 62.5 Granting of application. 62.6 Limitations.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 62 issued under 52 Stat. 1034, as amended; 20 U.S.C. 221, E.O. 7964, 3 F.R. 2105; 3 CFR, 1943–1958 Comp.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 62 appear at 22 F.R. 10838, Dec. 27, 1957, unless otherwise noted. § 62.1

Regulations to be drafted. Subject to the provisions and requirements of this part, appropriate administrative regulations shall be drafted by each executive department or agency of the Government which maintains and administers educational institutions and schools coming within the scope of the legislation. Such regulations shall carefully observe the limitations imposed by the Act of June 24, 1938, and shall in each case include:

(a) A list of the institutions and courses in the department or agency concerned in which instruction is available under the terms of the legislation.

(b) A statement of the maximum number of students of the other American republics who may be accommodated in each such institution or course at any one time.

(c) A statement of the qualifications to be required of students of the other American republics for admission, including examinations, if any, to be passed.

(d) Provisions to safeguard information that may be vital to the national defense or other interests of the United States. $ 62.2 Applications.

Applications for citizens of the other American republics to receive the instruction contemplated by the said Act of June 24, 1938, shall be made formally through diplomatic channels to the Secretary of State by the foreign governments concerned. § 62.3

Reference of applications. The Secretary of State shall refer the applications to the proper department or agency of the Government for advice as to what reply should be made to the application

PART 62-FOREIGN STUDENTS Sec. 62.1 Regulations to be drafted. 62.2

Applications. 62.3 Reference of applications.

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