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SEC. 451.35 (a) Except as otherwise specifically provided in this title, there are authorized to be appropriated to carry out the provisions of this title such sums as may be necessary for each fiscal year ending prior to October 1, 1981.

(b) 36 No funds appropriated under this section

(1) may be transferred to any office or other authority of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare which is not directly responsible to the Commissioner; or

(2) may be used for any research program or activity which is not specifically authorized by this title.


Sec. 452.37 (a) To the extent he deems it appropriate, the Commissioner shall require the recipient of any grant or contract under this title to contribute money, facilities, or services for carrying out the project for which such grant or contract was made.

(b) Payments under this title pursuant to a grant or contract may be made (after necessary adjustment, in the case of grants, on account of previously made overpayments or underpayments) in advance or by way of reimbursement, and in such installments and on such conditions, as the Commissioner may determine.

(c) 38 The Commissioner may make multicategorical grants or contracts under any or all sections of this title by making grants or contracts

35 From the 1965 Act until the 1973 Amendments, authorizations for Title IV (Research and Demonstrations) and Title V (Training) were provided in a section of the General" Title. The 1973 Amendments repealed all of that Title (VIII), including its section (803) which contained authorizations for those programs, and substituted a new sec. 431, which was, in turn, superseded by sec. 451, as enacted by the 1978 Amendments.

36 Before the 1978 Amendments, there was in the Act no provision comparable to subsection (b).

37 The language of this section is substantially the same as that of secs. 402 and 502 of the Act before the 1973 Amendments, which sections related to payment of grants and contracts for research and development projects and training projects, respectively. Between 1973 and 1978, this was sec. 432.

38 The 1978 Amendments, sec. 104 (e)(2), inserted paragraph (c).

for the purpose of supporting extensive research and demonstration of particular areas of need.

(d) The Commissioner shall make no grant or contract under this title in any State which has established or designated a State agency for purposes of title III of this Act unless the Commissioner has consulted with such State agency regarding such grant or contract.




SEC. 501. This title may be cited as the "Older American Community Service Employment Act".


SEC. 502. (a) In order to foster and promote useful part-time opportunities in community service activities for unemployed low-income persons who are fifty-five years old or older and who have poor employment prospects, the Secretary of Labor (hereinafter in this title referred to as the "Secretary") is authorized to establish an older American community service employment program.

(b)(1) In order to carry out the provisions of this title, the Secretary is authorized to enter into agreements with public or private nonprofit

From 1965 until 1973. Title V was the title on "Training Projects". The 1973 Amendments transferred training provisions to Title IV, Part A, and enacted a new Title V on "Multipurpose Senior Centers. The 1978 Amendments amended the Act to deal with centers in sec. 307(a)(14), sec. 312, and Part D. Title IV, and to redesignate the previous Title IX ("Community Service Employment for Older Americans') to Title V.

2 This title was added to the Act by the 1975 Amendments, sec. 113, as Title IX, and redesignate Title V by the 1978 Amendments. With minor differences it is identical with Title IX of The Older Americans Comprehensive Services Amendments of 1973 (P.L. 93-29-May 3, 1973). That title, as enacted in 1973, was a separate Act, in no way a part of the Older Americans Act of 1965, as Amended. The changes made in adding the new Title IX of the Older Americans Aci, are discussed below in footnotes 4, 6, 9, 10, 12, 16 and 17 through 19. The 1975 Amendments, sec. 113, after adding Title IX to the Act, repealed Title IX of the 1973 Act.

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Office of Human Development Services.
The organizational unit within the Office
of the Secretary, Department of Health,
Education and Welfare (DHEW) of which
the Administration on Aging is a part.
It provides grant and contract, budget,
fiscal administration and other support
services to the Administration on Aging.


Administration on Aging. Acts as the
program managing unit for the older
American's Act programs and provides
staff for the Commissioner on Aging.


Office of Education and Training. The
sub-unit of the Administration on Aging
responsible for administering Title IV-A
and Title IV-E programs of the older
American's Act.


Division of Education and Career Preparation. Sub-unit of the Office of Education and Training responsible for program administration and monitoring of the IV-E Multidisciplinary Centers of Gerontology program and the IV-A programs of support for career preparation, education, and training in the field of aging.


Division of Continuing Education and
Training Sub-unit of the Office of Education
and Training responsible for program administration
related to the State Education and Training program,
the Regional Education and Training program, and
such national programs as continuing education and
training, technical assistance and conferences
under Title IV-A authority.



Administration on Aging

Title IV-A Training
Title IV-E Multidisciplinary Centers of Gerontology

This application kit contains the following materials.

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Titles IV-A and IV-E, Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended
HEW 441 - Civil Rights Assurance of Compliance
List of State Agencies on Aging and Regional Offices of Aging
Announcement of the Administration on Aging Education and Training
Program and Guidelines for Fiscal Year 1979.
SF 424 and attachments (Parts II-V) Application Form
Instructions for Applying for Grants from OHDS Programs (OMB-85-R0305)
Acknowledgement Post Card.

The following should be included in your proposal package when it is submitted to the Office of Human Development Services.

Acknowledgement Post Card
Application form, all parts completed, with ink signature of
authorized official

HEW 441 - Civil Rights Assurance of Compliance

Proof of non-profit status


1. The original copy of your completed application must be mailed to:

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OHDS/Grants Management Branch
Department of Health, Education and Welfare
330 "C" Street, S.W. - Room 1427 ME. Switzer Building
Washington, D.C. 20201


One copy of the application must be mailed to the Regional Office on Aging and one copy to the State Agency on Aging. Applicants are reminded that review of the application will be delayed until State Agencies have had the opportunity to comment on applications.


Seven (7) copies of your application should be mailed to:

Office of Education and Training
Administration on Aging
330 Independence Avenue, S.W., Room 4266
Washington, D.C. 20201

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