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132 / Tuesday, July 12, 2005 / Notices 40039

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asked to notify the Executive Secretary meeting whether or not you have any
30354, Telephone Number 404.209.9999. by July 19, 2005 (see FOR FURTHER financial involvement related to any
Status: The meeting will be closed to the INFORMATION CONTACT). services being discussed.
public in accordance with provisions set ADDRESSES: The Meeting: The meeting After the public and CMS
forth in Section 552b(c) (4) and (6), Title 5 will be held at the following address: presentations, the Commission will
U.S.C., and the Determination of the Director, Renaissance Hotel, 999 9th Street, NW., deliberate openly on the topic.
Management Analysis and Services Office, Washington, DC 20001, United States, Interested persons may observe the
CDC, pursuant to Public Law 92–463. deliberations, but the Commission will
Matters to be Discussed: The meeting will
toll-free 1–800–468–3571, telephone: 1
include the review, discussion, and (202) 898–9000, fax: 1 (202) 289–0947. not hear further comments during this
evaluation of applications received in Web site: You may access up-to-date time except at the request of the
response to: Centers of Excellence in Health information on this meeting at http:// Chairperson. The Commission will also
Marketing and Health Communication, www.cms.hhs.gov/advisorycommittees/. allow an open public session for any
Program Announcement #CD 05 108. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: attendee to address issues specific to the
Contact Person for More Information: Mary Mary Beth Hance, Executive Secretary, topic.
Lerchen DrPH, MS, Assistant Director for
Research Practices and Peer Review, Office of (410) 786–4299. Authority: 5 U.S.C. App. 2, section 10(a)(1)
Public Health Research, 1600 Clifton Road SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On May and (a)(2).
NE., Mailstop D–72, Atlanta, GA 30333, 24, 2005, we published a notice (70 FR Dated: July 8, 2005.
Telephone 404.371.5282. 29765) announcing the Medicaid Mark B. McClellan,
The Director, Management Analysis and Commission and requesting
Services Office, has been delegated the Administrator, Centers for Medicare &
nominations for individuals to serve on Medicaid Services.
authority to sign Federal Register notices
the Medicaid Commission. This notice [FR Doc. 05–13790 Filed 7–11–05; 8:45 am]
pertaining to announcements of meetings and
other committee management activities, for announces the first public meeting of BILLING CODE 4120–01–P
both CDC and the Agency for Toxic the Medicaid Commission. This notice
Substances and Disease Registry. also announces the appointment of 28
Dated: July 1, 2005.
individuals to serve as members of the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
Medicaid Commission, including one HUMAN SERVICES
Alvin Hall,
individual to serve as chairperson.
Director, Management Analysis and Services Medicaid Commission Voting Administration for Children and
Office, Centers for Disease Control and
Members: Donald Sundquist Families
Prevention.
(Chairperson), Angus King (Vice
[FR Doc. 05–13619 Filed 7–11–05; 8:45 am] Notice of Correction for Demonstration
Chairperson), Nancy Atkins, Melanie
BILLING CODE 4163–18–P Projects That Improve Child Well-
Bella, Gail Christopher, Gwen
Gillenwater, Robert Helms, Kay James, Being by Fostering Healthy Marriages
Troy Justesen, Tony McCann, Mike Within Underserved Communities
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
O’Grady, Bill Shiebler, and Grace-Marie
HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY: Children’s Bureau,
Turner.
Medicaid Commission Non-voting Administration on Children, Youth and
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Families, Administration for Children
Services Members: James Anderson, Julianne
Beckett, Carol Berkowitz, Maggie and Families, Department of Health and
[CMS–2212–N] Brooks, Mark de Bruin, Valerie Human Services.
Davidson, John Kemp, John Monahan, Funding Opportunity Title:
Medicaid Program; Meeting of the Demonstration Projects that Improve
Joseph Marshall, John Nelson, Joseph
Medicaid Commission—July 27, 2005 Child Well-Being by Fostering Healthy
Piccione, John Rugge, Douglas Struyk,
AGENCY: Center for Medicare & Howard Weitz, and Joy Johnson Wilson. Marriages Within Underserved
Medicaid Services (CMS), HHS. Topics of the Meeting: The Communities.
ACTION: Notice of meeting. Commission will discuss options to ACTION: Notice of correction.
achieve $10 billion in scorable Medicaid
SUMMARY: This notice announces a savings over 5 years while at the same Funding Opportunity Number: HHS–
public meeting of the Medicaid time make progress toward meaningful 2005–ACF–ACYF–CA–0089.
Commission. Notice of this meeting is longer-term program changes to better SUMMARY: This notice is to inform
given under the Federal Advisory serve beneficiaries. The Commission interested parties of corrections made to
Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App. 2, section may discuss the need to divide into sub- the Demonstration Projects that Improve
10(a)(1) and (a)(2)). The Medicaid groups for the purpose of focusing on Child Well-Being by Fostering Healthy
Commission will advise the Secretary particular issues within this broad Marriages Within Underserved
on ways to modernize the Medicaid subject, including a discussion of which Communities program announcement
program so that it can provide high- members would serve on which sub- that published on June 8, 2005. The
quality health care to its beneficiaries in group. following corrections should be noted:
a financially sustainable way. This Procedure and Agenda: This meeting Under Section III. 1 Eligible
notice also announces the appointment is open to the public. First, the Applicants, following ‘Non-profits that
of 28 individuals to serve as members of appointees will be sworn in by a Federal do not have 501 (c) (3) status with the
the Medicaid Commission, including official. Each Commission member will IRS, other than institutions of higher
one individual to serve as chairperson. then be given an opportunity to make a education please add the following
DATES: The Meeting: July 27, 2005. self-introduction. eligible applicants: Native American
Special Accommodations: Persons There will be a public comment tribal governments (Federally
attending the meeting who are hearing period at the meeting. The Commission recognized) and Native American tribal

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organizations (other than Federally DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND Program in educating and combating
recognized tribal governments). HUMAN SERVICES health fraud.
The final list of eligible applicants for
Food and Drug Administration II. Award Information
this announcement should read:
‘‘1. Eligible Applicants: Support of these grants will be for up
State governments State Health Fraud Task Force Grants; to 3 years. The number of grants
County governments Availability of Funds; Request for awarded will depend on the quality of
City or township governments Applications; Correction; Funding the applications received and the
Special district governments Opportunity Number: FDA–ORA–04–2; availability of Federal funds to support
Independent school districts Catalog of Federal Domestic the grant. These grants are not intended
Non-profits having a 501(c)(3) status Assistance Number: 93.447 to fund food, medical devices, or drug
with the IRS, other than institutions inspections. Only one award will be
AGENCY: Food and Drug Administration,
of higher education made per State.
HHS.
Non-profits that do not have a 501(c)(3) State Health Fraud Task Force grants
status with the IRS, other than ACTION: Notice. will be awarded for up to 3 years based
institutions of higher education on availability of funds and satisfactory
Native American tribal governments I. Funding Opportunity Description performance. The budgets for all years
(Federally recognized) The Food and Drug Administration of requested support must be fully
Native American tribal organizations (FDA) is announcing the availability of justified in the original application.
(other than Federally recognized tribal grant funds for State Health Fraud Task Support for this program will be in
governments) Force Grant Program support. This the form of a grant.
Under Section III.1 Eligible announcement supercedes previous 1. Award Amount
Applicants, Additional Information on announcements of this program, which
Eligibility, please modify the first were published in the Federal Register It is anticipated that each year
sentence from: of June 28, 2004 (69 FR 36091), and approximately $300,000 will be
Applicants, and their partner February 28, 2005 (70 FR 9656). Grant available for this program. FDA
organizations (if any), must have funds will be used to assist agencies in anticipates making approximately 20
experience and background in working identifying and prosecuting perpetrators awards, not to exceed $15,000, in direct
with children and families in the of health fraud and acquired costs only per award per year.
targeted minority community’’. immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) 2. Length of Support
To: health fraud; obtain and disseminate
Applicants, and their partner information on the use of fraudulent It is anticipated that FDA will fund
organizations (if any), must have drugs and therapies; disseminate these grants at a level requested but not
experience and background in working information on approved drugs and exceeding $15,000 total direct costs only
with children and families in the therapies; and provide health fraud for the first year. An additional 2 years
targeted underserved community. information obtained by the State of support up to approximately $15,000
Also under Section III.1 Eligible Health Fraud Task Force to State health total direct costs only each year will be
Applicants, Additional Information on agencies, community based available, depending upon the following
Eligibility please modify the fourth organizations, and FDA staff. factors: (1) Performance during the
sentence from: FDA will support projects covered by preceding year, (2) compliance with
Applicants must have a demonstrated this notice under sections 1702 through regulatory requirements of the award,
capacity to engage children and families 1706 of title XVII of the Public Health and (3) availability of Federal funds.
in the targeted minority community Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300u-1 through 3. Funding Plan
who are at risk of entering, or are 300u-5). FDA’s project program is
already in the child welfare system.’’ The number of grants funded will
described in the Catalog of Federal
To: depend on the quality of the
Domestic Assistance, No. 93.447.
Applicants must have a demonstrated applications received, their relevance to
The State Health Fraud Task Force FDA’s mission, priorities, and the
capacity to engage children and families
has the following mission: (1) To assist availability of funds.
in the targeted underserved community
and educate health professionals and
who are at risk of entering, or are III. Eligibility Information
persons with serious illnesses, and to
already in the child welfare system.
educate them about the dangers and Applicants are limited to States that
The only changes to the
magnitude of health fraud; (2) to assist have an existing AIDS Health Fraud
Demonstration Projects that Improve
law enforcement agencies in identifying Task Force or States that are in the
Child Well-Being by Fostering Healthy
and prosecuting perpetrators of health process of developing a Health Fraud
Marriages Within Underserved
fraud; (3) to obtain and disseminate Task Force.
Communities program announcement
information on the fraudulent drugs and
are explicitly stated in this Notice of 1. Eligible Applicants
therapies being used and the
Correction. All applications must still
consequences of their use; (4) to This grant program is only available
be sent on or before the deadline date
disseminate information on approved to one State Health Fraud Task Force
of August 8, 2005.
For further information please contact drugs and therapies; and (5) to provide per State.
Julie Lee at (202) 205–8640. health fraud information obtained by
the State Health Fraud Task Force to 2. Cost Sharing or Matching
Dated: June 30, 2005. State health agencies, community based None.
Frank Fuentes, organizations, and FDA staff.
Acting Commissioner, Administration on State Health Fraud Task Force grants 3. Other
Children, Youth and Families. will be awarded only for direct costs An application will be considered
[FR Doc. 05–13687 Filed 7–11–05; 8:45 am] incurred to accomplish the mission of nonresponsive if any of the following
BILLING CODE 4184–01–P the State Health Fraud Task Force circumstances are met: (1) If it is

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