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Friday,

May 18, 2001

Part IV

Department of
Education
Office of Special Education and
Rehabilitative Services; Special
Education—Technical Assistance and
Dissemination To Improve Services and
Results for Children With Disabilities
Program; Notice

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION application narrative, is where an Eligible Applicants: State educational


applicant addresses the selection agencies (SEAs) of the 50 States, the
Office of Special Education and criteria that are used by reviewers in District of Columbia, the
Rehabilitative Services; Special evaluating the application. You must Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and
Education—Technical Assistance and limit Part III to the equivalent of no outlying areas (United States Virgin
Dissemination To Improve Services more than the number of pages listed in Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and
and Results for Children With the table at the end of this notice, using the Commonwealth of the Northern
Disabilities Program the following standards: Mariana Islands). Freely Associated
AGENCY:Department of Education. • A ‘‘page’’ is 8.5″ x 11″ (on one side States (Federated States of Micronesia,
only) with one-inch margins (top, Republic of Palau, Republic of the
Notice inviting applications for
ACTION:
bottom, and sides). Marshall Islands) are also eligible to
new awards for fiscal year (FY) 2001.
• Double-space (no more than three apply for funding, but only to address
SUMMARY: This notice provides closing lines per vertical inch) all text in the system needs of Part B of the IDEA
dates, a priority, and other information application narrative, including titles, because the Freely Associated States do
regarding the transmittal of applications headings, footnotes, quotations, and not receive funding under Part C of
for a FY 2001 competition under one captions, as well as all text in charts, IDEA. An entity eligible to apply for
program authorized by the Individuals tables, figures, and graphs. funding under Section 661(b)(1)(A) of
with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), • If using a proportional computer IDEA may apply on behalf of an SEA or
as amended: Special Education— font, use no smaller than a 12-point a Freely Associated State, but the entity
Technical Assistance and Dissemination font, and an average character density must include a signed letter of
to Improve Services and Results for no greater than 18 characters per inch. endorsement from the Director of the
Children with Disabilities. If using a nonproportional font or a SEA or the appropriate official from the
typewriter, do not use more than 12 Freely Associated State. The Assistant
National Education Goals characters per inch. Secretary will not fund applications
The eight National Education Goals The page limit does not apply to Part submitted by two agencies or entities on
focus the Nation’s education reform I, the cover sheet; Part II, the budget behalf of a single State, but encourages
efforts and provide a framework for section, including the narrative budget joint applications from SEAs and State
improving teaching and learning. justification; Part IV, the assurances and Lead Agencies for Part C early
This priority addresses the National certifications; or the one-page abstract, intervention services (State Lead
Education Goals that promote new the resumes, the bibliography or Agencies) in States where the SEA is not
partnerships to strengthen schools and references, or the letters of support. the State Lead Agency. An SEA may
expand the Department’s capacities for However, you must include all of the endorse the State Lead Agency as the
helping communities to exchange ideas application narrative in Part III. State’s applicant under the conditions
and obtain information needed to We will reject without consideration set forth in the Maximum Award
achieve the goals. or evaluation any application if— section.
This priority would address the • You apply these standards and
National Education Goals by helping to Priority
exceed the page limit; or
improve results for children with • You apply other standards and Under section 685 of IDEA and 34
disabilities. exceed the equivalent of the page limit. CFR 75.105(c)(3) we consider only
Waiver of Rulemaking applications that meet the following
Special Education—Technical absolute priority:
It is generally our practice to offer Assistance and Dissemination To
interested parties the opportunity to Improve Services and Results for Absolute Priority—IDEA General
comment on proposed priorities. Children With Disabilities (CFDA Supervision Enhancement Grant
However, section 661(e)(2) of IDEA 84.326) (84.326X)
makes the Administrative Procedure Act Purpose of Program: The purpose of Background
(5 U.S.C. 553) inapplicable to the this program is to provide technical
priority in this notice. Over the past five years, the Office of
assistance and information that support Special Education Programs (OSEP) has
General Requirements States and local entities in building worked with SEAs, local educational
capacity, to improve early intervention, agencies (LEAs), parents, advocates, and
(a) The projects funded under this
educational, and transitional services other key stakeholders to shape its
notice must make positive efforts to
and results for children with disabilities monitoring system in a way that will
employ and advance in employment
and their families, and address drive and support improved results for
qualified individuals with disabilities in
systemic-change goals and priorities. infants, toddlers, and children with
project activities (see section 606 of
Applicable Regulations: (a) The disabilities, and their families. In order
IDEA).
Education Department General to ensure compliance with IDEA and
(b) Applicants and grant recipients
Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) in support positive results, OSEP has
funded under this notice must involve
34 CFR parts 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, implemented a Continuous
individuals with disabilities or parents
85, 86, 97, 98, and 99; (b) The selection Improvement Monitoring Process
of individuals with disabilities in
criteria for the priority under this (CIMP) that:
planning, implementing, and evaluating
program are drawn from the EDGAR (a) Is continuous;
the projects (see section 661(f)(1)(A) of
general selection criteria menu. The (b) Is data-driven;
IDEA).
(c) The projects funded under this specific selection criteria for this (c) Is public;
notice must budget for a two-day Project priority are included in the funding (d) Includes technical assistance;
Directors’ meeting in Washington, DC application packet for this competition. (e) Includes partnerships with
during the project period. Note: The regulations in 34 CFR part 86 stakeholders;
(d) Part III of each application apply to institutions of higher education (f) Includes State accountability; and
submitted under this notice, the only. (g) Includes self-assessment.

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The CIMP includes the following development or enhancement of a (i) Early intervention services in the
phases: process for statewide self-assessment of natural environment and/or special
(a) Self-assessment; the provision of early intervention or education and related services in the
(b) Public input; special education and related services, least restrictive environment;
(c) Data collection; or both. The process should address (j) The transition from Part C to Part
(d) Reporting to the public; such areas as: B services;
(e) Improvement planning; (a) Identifying and implementing (k) The involvement of parents; and
(f) Implementation of improvement fiscally efficient processes to operate the (l) Transition from school to work or
strategies; and CIMP Steering Committee; postsecondary education.
(g) Verification and consequences. (b) Identifying and obtaining data The data system must be aligned with
An in-depth explanation of the CIMP needed to evaluate the provision of the data collection needs of the CIMP.
can be found at: http://dssc.org/frc/ early intervention and/or special
monitor ‘‘Click’’ on manual100.doc to Focus 3: Developing or Enhancing a
education and related services, or both; Process to Conduct Improvement
view in MS WORD or on (c) Identifying and using methods to
manual100.pdf to view as a pdf file. Planning Activities Based on the Self-
determine data validity and reliability;
Since the implementation of the (d) Identifying and using valid and Assessment, Data Collection and Public
CIMP, SEAs and State Lead Agencies reliable techniques to collect data from Reporting Phases of the CIMP
have embraced the continuous parents, LEAs, advocates, service Based upon an analysis of
improvement concept. Twenty-one providers, and other stakeholders in Improvement Plans submitted by States
States have been monitored using the early intervention, special education, in response to OSEP monitoring reports,
CIMP, four have submitted and related services; OSEP recognizes that many States lack
Improvement Plans, fifteen States have (e) Identifying and using valid and a cohesive data-based approach to
recently completed self-assessments, reliable data analysis techniques; and developing their Improvement Plans.
and the remainder are about to initiate (f) Identifying and using a decision- Many States engaging in the
the process. From a State systems making process, based on data analysis, improvement planning process have
change perspective, many States have that results in valid conclusions had trouble identifying and addressing
begun the difficult process of: (1) regarding areas: (1) In compliance; (2) in the systemic barriers or factors that
Developing CIMP systems at the State need of improvement; (3) out of contributed to the existence of the
level; (2) supporting the development of compliance; and (4) of strength. practice that the State or OSEP
CIMP systems at the LEA level; (3) The self-assessment process must be determined needed improvement.
developing new data systems to support aligned with the self-assessment Improvement Plans should include
State and local CIMP systems; and (4) requirements of the CIMP. solutions that: (1) Are not based on
developing and implementing Focus 2: Developing or Enhancing a strategies previously employed without
improvement plans that include the Data System to Support the Needs of a garnering the proposed results; (2) are
development or enhancement of State CIMP at the State or Local Level based on a clear understanding of the
systems to identify and disseminate systemic variables that are creating the
An analysis of State self-assessments
research-based educational and early problem; (3) address primary, rather
has shown that many of the States, and
intervention promising practices. than tangential issues and result in
their LEAs and local Part C agencies,
Providing the States with some initial lack the infrastructure to collect
significant, rather than minimal
funds to support their participation in sufficient data to determine the impact changes; (4) propose process changes
the CIMP, as well as to support unique of special education and early that result in practice changes; and
State solutions and strategies developed intervention services. The collection perhaps most importantly, (5) address
in response to State-specific challenges and use of valid and reliable data are the positive impact they intend to have
identified through participation in the cornerstones of the CIMP. on children with disabilities. The
CIMP, will reinforce OSEP’s and the This focus supports the development process of developing Improvement
States’ commitment to CIMP. or enhancement of a data system that Plans is a critical component of the
will provide results-oriented CIMP, and if done properly will result
Absolute Priority
information about one or more of the in improved special education, related
This priority has been established to services, and early intervention services.
following:
support State activities in one or more (a) Appropriate early intervention This focus supports the development or
of the following focus areas. Applicants services and/or special education and enhancement of a process for
are encouraged to use these funds in related services; improvement planning that, for
combination with other State or Federal (b) The effectiveness of the example, will result in solutions that:
funds in carrying out project activities, monitoring system of the SEA or State (a) Identify systemic barriers to
but grant funds awarded under this Lead Agency, or both; improved early intervention services,
priority must be used to support specific (c) Interagency coordination and fiscal and/or special education and related
activities whose impact will be responsibility; services;
evaluated separately from activities (d) The effectiveness of the State’s (b) Address the systemic barriers to
supported with other funding sources. dispute resolution system; improved early intervention services,
SEA applicants are encouraged to (e) The effectiveness of the State’s and/or special education and related
submit joint applications with the State child find systems; services;
Lead Agency. (f) Personnel shortages, including (c) Include an evaluation component
those related to retention; that will demonstrate the positive
Focus 1: Developing or Enhancing a (g) The system for exercising its impact of early intervention services,
Process to Conduct a Self-Assessment general supervisory authority of the SEA and/or special education and related
SEAs and State Lead Agencies often or State Lead Agency, or both; services;
require technical assistance to (h) Efforts to address family needs and (d) Include an evaluation component
participate in the self-assessment phase enhance families’ capacities to meet the that will demonstrate the positive
of the CIMP. This focus supports the developmental needs of their children; changes in staff practice relative to the

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provision of special education, related, notice. In determining the effectiveness award, exceeds the amounts listed in
or early intervention services; of those strategies, we may consider the this notice for each State.
(e) Are aligned or coordinated with applicant’s past success in pursuit of SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: OSEP may
the State’s general education reform this goal. have additional funds available to
initiatives; and Therefore, for purposes of this support enhancements to the activities
(f) Are consistent with and responsive competitive preference, applicants can described in the applications approved
to OSEP monitoring report findings. be awarded up to a total of 10 points in for funding under this competition.
The process must be aligned with the addition to those awarded under the Applicants wishing to apply for
improvement planning phase of the published selection criteria for this enhancement funds may add up to five
CIMP. priority. That is, an applicant meeting (5) additional pages to Part III to
this competitive preference could earn a describe additional activities that
Focus 4: Developing or Enhancing State
maximum total of 110 points. augment or complement those presented
Systems to Identify, Disseminate, and
Implement Research-Based Promising Maximum Award in the narrative section of their basic
Educational or Early Intervention Project award amounts are for a single grant proposal. Enhancement activities
Practices budget period of twelve (12) months. may be simply an expansion of
Maximum FY 2001 State basic grant activities already described in the
Based upon an analysis of the Self-
awards are listed in this notice. narrative or they may be new activities
Assessment and additional data
Applicants should note that they may that will improve the quality of the
collected through the Data Collection
apply for awards of differing amounts previously proposed tasks; for example,
phase of the CIMP, an Improvement
based on whether the application additional staff training, the acquisition
Plan that addresses both compliance
addresses the needs of: (1) Only the Part of expert technical assistance, or
with IDEA and improvement of results
B program; or (2) both the Parts B and improved stakeholder involvement. A
is developed. OSEP has found that, in
C programs. separate budget for the enhancement
order to be fully effective, many
In order to apply for the combined funds must be prepared and included in
Improvement Plans require a State
Parts B and C award, the application Part II of the application. The budget for
technical assistance and dissemination
must describe in Part III: (1) How the the enhancement funds must not exceed
infrastructure to identify, disseminate,
SEA and State Lead Agency participated thirty percent of the award amount
and implement research-based
in developing the application; and (2) listed for the basic grant (i.e., either 30
promising educational or early
how the applicant will use the funding percent of the award for Part B only or
intervention practices. In many States,
to address the needs of both the Parts B 30 percent of the award for Parts B and
this structure is either nonexistent or
and C programs. C, depending on whether the
lacks sufficient resources to be effective.
If an SEA endorses the State Lead application addresses only the needs of
This focus supports the development
Agency as the State’s applicant, the Part B or the needs of Parts B and C).
or enhancement of a statewide technical
application must describe: (1) How the Page Limits: The maximum page limit
assistance system that will address such
State Lead Agency and SEA for this priority, if only applying to
areas as:
(a) Providing information about collaborated to develop the application; address Part B is twenty (20) double-
research-based intervention and and (2) how the State Lead Agency will spaced pages for a basic grant and
instructional practices; use the award to address the needs of twenty-five (25) pages for a basic grant
(b) Supporting the use of research- both the Parts C and B programs (e.g., with enhancements. The maximum page
based instructional and service delivery developing or enhancing a data system limit if applying to address Part B and
approaches in local schools and that tracks the transition of toddlers Part C is thirty (30) double-spaced pages
agencies; from Part C to Part B services). The for a basic grant and thirty-five (35)
(c) Serving as a conduit for the amounts for the State basic grant are pages for a basic grant with
dissemination of research-based based on OSEP’s assessment that the enhancements.
information between SEAs, State Lead minimal amounts necessary to address Note: Applications must meet the required
Agencies, local educational and Part C only Part B program needs and both page limit standards that are described in the
agencies, and national technical Parts B and C program needs are ‘‘General Requirements’’ section of this
assistance centers; and $120,000 and $200,000 respectively. notice.
(d) Improving the efficacy of Amounts above the minimum levels
disseminating information. were calculated based on the 85 percent For Applications Contact: Education
The proposed activities must be population and 15 percent poverty rates Publications Center (ED Pubs), P.O. Box
aligned with the Improvement Planning used in the Part B formula grant award 1398, Jessup, Maryland 20794–1398.
process. calculations. Outlying area levels are Telephone (toll free): 1–877–4ED–Pubs
$80,000 for addressing only Part B and (1–877–433–7827). FAX: 301–470–1244.
Competitive Preferences $100,000 for addressing both Parts B Individuals who use a
Within this absolute priority, we will and C. Because Freely Associated States telecommunications device for the deaf
award the following competitive participate only in the Part B program, (TDD) may call (toll free) 1–877–576–
preference points under section 606 of a level of $80,000 has been established 7734.
IDEA and 34 CFR 75.105(c)(2)(i), to for addressing Part B only. States should You may also contact ED Pubs via its
applications that are otherwise eligible not propose a budget in their Web site (http://www.ed.gov/pubs/
for funding under this priority: application for the basic grant award edpubs.html) or its E-mail address
Up to ten (10) points based on the that exceeds the amounts in this notice. (edpubs@inet.ed.gov).
effectiveness of the applicant’s strategies At our discretion, we may reduce the If you request an application from ED
for employing and advancing in grant award levels based on available Pubs, be sure to identify this
employment qualified individuals with funds. We will reject and will not competition as follows: CFDA 84.326X.
disabilities in project activities as consider an application that proposes a FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
required under paragraph (a) of the budget period exceeding twelve (12) Grants and Contracts Services Team,
‘‘General Requirements’’ section of this months or that, for the basic grant U.S. Department of Education, 400

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Maryland Avenue, SW., room 3317, Individuals with disabilities may The objective of the Executive order is
Switzer Building, Washington, DC obtain a copy of the application package to foster an intergovernmental
20202–2550. Telephone: (202) 260– in an alternative format by contacting partnership and a strengthened
9182. the Department contact office. However, federalism by relying on processes
If you use a TDD you may call the the Department is not able to reproduce developed by State and local
Federal Information Relay Service in an alternative format the standard governments for coordination and
(FIRS) at 1–800–877–8339. forms included in the application review of proposed Federal financial
package. assistance.
Individuals with disabilities may
obtain this document in an alternative Intergovernmental Review In accordance with the order, we
format (e.g., Braille, large print, This notice is subject to the intend this document to provide early
audiotape, or computer diskette) on requirements of Executive Order 12372 notification of the Department’s specific
request to the contact office listed. and the regulations in 34 CFR part 79. plans and actions for those programs.

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT—APPLICATION NOTICE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001

Deadline for Maximum award for basic


CFDA No. and name— Applications Application grants (per year)* Project pe- Estimated
84.326X IDEA General Su- intergovern-
available deadline date riod, 12 Page limit** number of
pervision Enhancement mental review IDEA Parts IDEA Part B
05/25/01 07/13/01 months awards, 24
Grant 09/13/01 B&C only

Alabama ............................. ........................ ........................ ........................ $326,995 228,311 .................... (1) ....................
Alaska ................................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 222,501 139,433 .................... .................... ....................
Arizona ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 365,640 260,720 .................... .................... ....................
Arkansas ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 274,755 183,358 .................... .................... ....................
California ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 1,152,434 919,827 .................... .................... ....................
Colorado ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 317,398 221,322 .................... .................... ....................
Connecticut ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 287,921 196,339 .................... .................... ....................
Delaware ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 220,315 137,458 .................... .................... ....................
Florida ................................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 615,644 476,477 .................... .................... ....................
Georgia .............................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 452,348 338,250 .................... .................... ....................
Hawaii ................................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 230,944 146,523 .................... .................... ....................
Idaho .................................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 240,805 155,155 .................... .................... ....................
Illinois ................................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 549,460 419,137 .................... .................... ....................
Indiana ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 341,761 239,728 .................... .................... ....................
Iowa ................................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 280,665 189,877 .................... .................... ....................
Kansas ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 277,239 187,070 .................... .................... ....................
Kentucky ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 311,373 215,831 .................... .................... ....................
Louisiana ........................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 354,317 255,084 .................... .................... ....................
Maine ................................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 230,857 146,922 .................... .................... ....................
Maryland ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 337,094 238,616 .................... .................... ....................
Massachusetts ................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 365,732 264,459 .................... .................... ....................
Michigan ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 496,541 378,845 .................... .................... ....................
Minnesota .......................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 347,591 247,414 .................... .................... ....................
Mississippi ......................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 288,884 195,955 .................... .................... ....................
Missouri ............................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 355,803 253,942 .................... .................... ....................
Montana ............................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 223,824 140,575 .................... .................... ....................
Nebraska ........................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 250,664 163,832 .................... .................... ....................
Nevada .............................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 255,904 167,713 .................... .................... ....................
New Hampshire ................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 233,410 149,042 .................... .................... ....................
New Jersey ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 423,010 314,418 .................... .................... ....................
New Mexico ....................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 262,833 174,414 .................... .................... ....................
New York ........................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 748,801 595,330 .................... .................... ....................
North Carolina ................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 423,520 310,992 .................... .................... ....................
North Dakota ..................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 219,041 136,474 .................... .................... ....................
Ohio ................................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 522,298 398,591 .................... .................... ....................
Oklahoma .......................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 307,176 213,685 .................... .................... ....................
Oregon ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 301,101 207,084 .................... .................... ....................
Pennsylvania ..................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 522,568 401,520 .................... .................... ....................
Rhode Island ..................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 227,361 143,826 .................... .................... ....................
South Carolina ................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 316,041 220,783 .................... .................... ....................
South Dakota ..................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 222,534 139,590 .................... .................... ....................
Tennessee ......................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 359,337 255,436 .................... .................... ....................
Texas ................................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 896,367 714,091 .................... .................... ....................
Utah ................................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 282,274 189,654 .................... .................... ....................
Vermont ............................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 216,439 134,520 .................... .................... ....................
Virginia ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 389,523 284,536 .................... .................... ....................
Washington ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 361,309 259,608 .................... .................... ....................
West Virginia ..................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 250,142 163,554 .................... .................... ....................
Wisconsin .......................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 348,438 248,360 .................... .................... ....................
Wyoming ............................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 214,698 132,919 .................... .................... ....................
D.C ..................................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 214,178 132,336 .................... .................... ....................
Puerto Rico ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ 361,591 256,775 .................... .................... ....................
American Samoa ............... ........................ ........................ ........................ 100,000 80,000 .................... .................... ....................

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INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT—APPLICATION NOTICE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001—Continued

Deadline for Maximum award for basic


CFDA No. and name— Applications Application grants (per year)* Project pe- Estimated
84.326X IDEA General Su- intergovern-
available deadline date riod, 12 Page limit** number of
pervision Enhancement mental review IDEA Parts IDEA Part B
05/25/01 07/13/01 months awards, 24
Grant 09/13/01 B&C only

Guam ................................. ........................ ........................ ........................ 100,000 80,000 .................... .................... ....................
Northern Marianas ............. ........................ ........................ ........................ 100,000 80,000 .................... .................... ....................
Virgin Islands ..................... ........................ ........................ ........................ 100,000 80,000 .................... .................... ....................
Federated States of Micro-
nesia ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ .................... 80,000 .................... .................... ....................
Republic of Palau .............. ........................ ........................ ........................ .................... 80,000 .................... .................... ....................
Republic of the Marshall Is-
lands ............................... ........................ ........................ ........................ .................... 80,000 .................... .................... ....................
Consistent with EDGAR 34 CFR 75.104(b), we will reject any application that proposes a project funding level that exceeds the stated max-
imum award amount for basic grants.
** Applicants must limit the Application Narrative, Part III of the Application, to the page limits noted above. Please refer to the ‘‘Page Limit’’ re-
quirements included under the priority description and the page limit standards described in the ‘‘General Requirements’’ section. See also the
‘‘Supplemental Information’’ section. We will reject and will not consider an application that does not adhere to this requirement.
1 Basic Grants: B Only—20; B&C—30.
Basic Grants of Enhancement: B Only—25; B&C—35.

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