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PUBLIC LAW 102-586—NOV. 4, 1992 106 STAT. 5033 ents on a regular basis to exchange ideas, share information, and review cMldren's advocacy program activities. " (d) REVIEW.— "(1) EVALUATION OF REGIONAL CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY PRO- GRAM ACTIVITIES.—The Administrator, in coordination with the Director, shall regularly monitor and evaluate the activities of grant recipients and shall determine whether each grant recipient has complied with the original proposal and any modifications. "(2) ANNUAL REPORT. —^A grant recipient shall provide an annual report to the Administrator and the Director that— "(A) describes the progress made in satisfying the purpose of the children's advocacy program; and "(B) states whether changes are needed and are being made to carry out the purpose of the children's advocacy program. "(3) DISCONTINUATION OF FUNDING.— "(A) FAILURE TO IMPLEMENT PROGRAM AcnvmES. —I f a grant recipient under this section substantially fails in the implementation of the program activities, the Administrator shall not discontinue funding until reasonable notice and an opportunity for reconsideration is given.

    • (B) SoucrrATiON OF NEW PROPOSALS. — Upon discontinuation of funding of a grant recipient under this

section, the Administrator shaQ solicit new proposals in accordance with subsection (c).

    • (e) CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY ADVISORY BOARD.—

"(1) ESTABLISHMENT OF BOARD. — "(A) IN GENERAL.— Not later than 120 days after the date of enactment of this section, the Administrator and the Director, after consulting with representatives of community agencies that respond to child abuse cases, shall establish a children's advocacy advisory board to provide guidance and oversight in implementing the selection criteria and operation of the regional children's advocacy program. "(B) MEMBERSHIP.—(i) The boarded) shall be composed of 12 members who are selected by the Admmistrator, in coordination with the Director, a migority of whom shall be individuals experienced in the child abuse investigation, prosecution, prevention, and intervention systems; "(11) shall include at least 1 member from each of the 4 census regions; and "(III) shall ^ve members appointed for a term not to exceed 3 years. "(ii) Members of the Board may be reappointed for successive terms. "(2) REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS.— "(A) OBJECTIVES.—Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this section and annually thereafter, the Board shall develop and submit to the Administrator and the Director objectives for the implementation of the children's advocacy program activities described in subsection (b). "(B) REVIEW.— The board shall annually—