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penditures have been made in accord- PART 905-TRAINING PROJECTS ance with the Act and this part.
PURPOSE 8 904.13 Publications, copyrights, and
905.1 Purpose. (a) Publications. Grantees under this
GRANTS part may publish results of any proj- 905.2 Eligibility. ects without prior review by the Ad- 905.3 Application. ministration on Aging, provided that
905.4 Nondiscrimination and civil rights. such publications carry a footnote ac
905.5 Project review.
905.6 Grant awards. knowledging assistance received under
905.7 Payments. the Act, and that the claimed findings
905.8 Termination. and conclusions do not necessarily re- 905.9 Reports. flect the views of the Administration on 905.10 Project expenditures. Aging, and provided that copies of the 905.11 Interest. publication are furnished to the Ad- 905.12 Audits. ministration on Aging.
905.13 Publications, copyrights, inventions
and training materials. (b) Copyright. Where the grantsupported activity results in a book or
CONTRACTS other copyrightable material, the au- 905.14 Contracts. thor is free to copyright, but the Ad
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part ministration on Aging reserves a royalty- 905 issued under secs. 101-603, 79 Stat. 218free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable li- 226; 42 U.S.C. secs. 3001-3053. cense to reproduce, publish, translate, or
SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 905 apotherwise use, and to authorize others
pear at 30 F.R. 13260, Oct. 19, 1965, unless to use, all copyrightable or copyrighted otherwise noted. material resulting from the grant-sup
PURPOSE ported activity.
(c) Inventitons. Any invention aris- $ 905.1 Purpose. ing out of the grant-supported activity
The Secretary is authorized to make shall be promptly and fully reported to
grants or enter into contracts to meet the Administration on Aging. Owner
in whole or in part the costs of the ship and the manner of disposition shall
specialized training of professional and be determined by the Secretary in ac
technical persons employed or preparcordance with Department patent regu- ing for employment in carrying out prolations and policy.
grams related to the purposes of this Act. CONTRACTS
GRANTS $ 904.14 Contracts.
8 905.2 Eligibility, (a) Eligibility. The Secretary is au
The Secretary, after consulting with thorized to make contracts to carry out
the designated State agency, is authorthe purposes of this part with any public
ized to make grants to any public or nonor private nonprofit agency, organiza
profit private agency, organization, or tion or institution (except Federal agen
institutions (except Federal agencies cies and institutions), or with any in
and institutions) for paying in whole or dividual, after consulting with the
part the costs of projects designed to designated State agency.
carry out the purposes of this part. (b) Provisions. Any contract under this part shall be entered into in accord- $ 905.3 Application. ance with and shall conform to all ap- Any applicant eligible for a grant plicable laws, regulations and Depart
award under $ 905.2 may file application ment policy.
therefor with the Secretary on such (c) Payments. Payments may be forms and in such detail as the Secremade in advance or by way of reimburse
tary may prescribe. Such application ment, and in such installments and on
shall set forth adequately the nature, such conditions, as the Secretary may determine. To the extent he deems it
duration, purpose and plan ni the projappropriate, the Secretary shall require
ect, the qualifications of the principal the contractor to contribute money,
staff members to be responsible for the facilities, or services for carrying out
project, the total facilities and resources the project for which the contract was that will be available, a justification of made.
the amount of the requested grant, and
of office of the members first taking of- 8906.3 Per diem payments. fice shall expire, as designated by the
Members of the Advisory Committee Secretary at the time of appointment,
on Older Americans, or of any technical five at the end of the first year, five at
advisory Committee appointed under the end of the second year, and five at
$ 906.2 who are not regular full-time emthe end of the third year after the date
ployees of the United States, shall, while of appointment.
attending meetings or conferences of (C) Duties. The Advisory Committee
such committee or otherwise engaged on on Older Americans will advise the Sec business of such committee, be entitled retary on matters bearing on his respon to receive compensation at a rate fixed sibilities under the Act and related ac by the Secretary but not exceeding $75 tivities of his Department.
per diem, including travel time, and $ 906.2 Technical advisory committees.
while so serving away from their homes
or regular places of business, they may be The Secretary is authorized to ap allowed travel expenses, including per point, without regard to the civil service diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized lans, such technical advisory committees by section 5 of the Admiinstrative Exas he deems appropriate for advising him penses Act of 1946 (5 U.S.C. 73b-2) for in carrying out his functions under this persons in the Government service emAct.
CHAPTER X-OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY
Part 1005 Inspection and copying of records; rules for compliance with Public Infor
mation Act. 1009 Suspension and termination of assistance. 1010 Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted programs of the Office of Economic
Opportunity--effectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 1015 Standards of conduct for employees. 1030 Community Action programs.
PART 1005_INSPECTION AND COPY $ 1005.2 Definitions.
ING OF RECORDS; RULES FOR As used in this part,
(b) "Records" includes books, papers, Sec. 1005.1 Purpose.
maps, photographs, or other documen1005.2 Definitions.
tary materials, regardless of physical 1005.3 Central records room.
form, made or received by the Office in 1005.4 Regional rooms and facilities.
connection with the transaction of pub1005.6 Use of records rooms.
lic business and preserved as evidence 1005.7 Identification of records by persons of governmental organizations, funcrequesting them.
tions, policies, decisions, procedures, op1005.8 Securing copies of records by mail.
erations, or other activities, or because 1005.9 Statutory exemptions. 1005.12 Records of other agencies.
of the informational value of data con1005.13 Fees.
tained therein, but does not include 1005.15 Officials authorized to grant or deny
books, magazines or other materials acrequests for records or copies of quired solely for library purposes and records.
available through any officially desig1005.16 Form and records of denial.
nated library of the Office; and 1005.17 Administrative review of denials.
(c) "Person” includes a corporation AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part or organization as well as an individual. 1005 issued under 7 U.S.C. 2243.
§ 1005.3 Central records room. SOURCE: The provisions of this part 1005 appear at 32 F.R. 9685, July 4, 1967, unless
(a) The Office will maintain a central otherwise noted.
records room at its headquarters, in & 1005.1 Purpose.
room 223, 1200 19th Street NW., Wash
ington, D.C. 20506. This room will be The purpose of this part is to prescribe under the supervision of a records rules for the inspection and copying of officer and will open during regular opinions, policy statements, staff man business hours of the Office for the uals, instructions and other records of convenience of members of the public the Office of Economic Opportunity pur in inspecting and copying materials and suant to 5 U.S.C. 552(a) (2) and (3). records made available pursuant to this
of office of the members first taking office shall expire, as designated by the Secretary at the time of appointment, five at the end of the first year, five at the end of the second year, and five at the end of the third year after the date of appointment.
(c) Duties. The Advisory Committee on Older Americans will advise the Secretary on matters bearing on his responsibilities under the Act and related activities of his Department. § 906.2 Technical advisory committees.
The Secretary is authorized to appoint, without regard to the civil service laws, such technical advisory committees as he deems appropriate for advising him in carrying out his functions under this Act.
8 906.3 Per diem payments.
Members of the Advisory Committee on Older Americans, or of any technical advisory Committee appointed under $ 906.2 who are not regular full-time employees of the United States, shall, while attending meetings or conferences of such committee or otherwise engaged on business of such committee, be entitled to receive compensation at a rate fixed by the Secretary but not exceeding $75 per diem, including travel time, and while so serving away from their homes or regular places of business, they may be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by section 5 of the Admiinstrative Expenses Act of 1946 (5 U.S.C. 73b-2) for persons in the Government service employed intermittently.
desires to use. Individuals making phone $ 1005.8 Securing copies of records by requests will be advised by the records mail. officer or his designee whether a written
A person desiring to secure copies of request would be advisable to aid in the
records by mail should write to the "Recidentification and expeditious handling
ords Officer" at the Washington headof the records sought. Individuals mak
quarters address or one of the regional ing written requests should identify the
office addresses indicated above. Records records sought in the manner provided relating to any local community action in $ 1005.7. They should also indicate
program will generally be located in the whether there is any specific date on regional office serving the State in which which they would like to use the records
the program is being carried on; records room facilities. The records officer will
relating to the Volunteers in Service to endeavor to advise the writer as promptly America (VISTA) or Job Corps programs as possible whether, for any reason, it will very commonly be located in headmay not be possible to make the records
quarters. If the person making the resought available on the date requested. quest is uncertain whether the record is $ 1005.7 Identification of records by
located in a particular office, he should
write to the records officer in the headpersons requesting them.
quarters office. The request should (a) In order for the Office to locate
identify the records of which copies are records and make them available, it is
sought as provided in $ 1005.7, and necessary that it be able to identify the
should indicate the number of copies despecific records sought. Persons wishing
sired. As indicated in $ 1005.13, fees may to inspect or secure copies of records
be required in some cases, in which event should, therefore, seek to identify them
they must be paid in advance. If the perjust as fully and accurately as is pos
son making the request is uncertain as to sible. In cases where requests are sub
whether a fee will be required, or its mitted which are not sufficient to permit
amount, his letter should so indicate, and identification, the records officer receiv
he will be advised as to the fee, if any, as ing the request will endeavor to assist
promptly as possible. the person seeking the records in filling in necessary details. In most cases, how
$ 1005.9 Statutory exemptions. ever, persons seeking records will find
(a) The provisions of 5 U.S.C. section that time taken in trying to identify 552 which require that agencies make materials in the beginning is well worth their records available for public intheir while in enabling the Office to re spection and copying do not apply to spond promptly to their request.
matters which are: (b) Among the kinds of information (1) Specifically required by Executive which a person seeking a record should order to be kept secret in the interest of try to provide in order to permit identi
the national defense or foreign policy; fication of a record are the following:
(2) Specifically exempted from dis
closure by statute; (1) The specific event or action, if any
(3) Related solely to the internal peror if known, to which the record refers.
sonnel rules and practices of an agency; (2) The unit or program of the Office (4) Trade secrets and commercial or which may be responsible for or may financial information obtained from a have produced the record, such as Job person and privileged and confidential; Corps, Community Action Programs, or (5) Interagency or intra-agency VISTA.
memorandums or letters which would (3) The date of the record or the date not be available to a party other than or period to which it refers or relates,
an agency in litigation with the agency; if known.
(6) Personnel and medical files and 14) The type of record, such as an ap
similar files the disclosure of which plication, a contract, or a grant, or a
would constitute a clearly unwarranted
invasion of personal privacy; report. (5) Personnel of the Office who may
(7) Investigatory files compiled for
law enforcement purposes except to the have prepared or have knowledge of the
extent available by law to a party other record.
than an agency; (6) Citations to newspapers or pub (8) Contained in or related to exlications which are known to have re amination, operating, or condition referred to the record.
ports prepared by, on behalf of, or for