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114 STAT. 2286 PUBLIC LAW 106-501—NOV. 13, 2000 grantee has met the performance measures established pursuant to section 513(a)(4). "(2) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION Deadline. PLAN.— If a State that receives a grant fails to meet the performance measures for a program year, the Secretary shall provide technical assistance and require the State to submit a corrective action plan not later than 160 days after the end of the program year. "(3) CONTENT. —The plan described in paragraph (2) shall detail the steps the State will take to meet the standards. " (4) FAILURE TO MEET PERFORMANCE MEASURES FOR SECOND AND THIRD YEARS.— "(A) AFTER SECOND YEAR OF FAILURE.—I f a State fails to meet the performance measures for a second consecutive program year, the Secretary shall provide for the conduct by the State of a competition to award, for the first full program year following the determination (minimizing, to the extent possible, the disruption of services provided to enrollees), an amount equal to 25 percent of the funds available to the State for such year. "(B) AFTER THIRD YEAR OF FAILURE.—I f the State fails to meet the performance measures for a third consecutive program year, the Secretary shall provide for the conduct by the State of a competition to award the funds allocated to the State for the first full program year following the Secretary's determination that the State has not met the performance measures. 42 USC 3056m. "SEC. 515. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. "(a) There is authorized to be appropriated to carry out this title— "(1) $475,000,000 for fiscal year 2001 and such sums as may be necessary for fiscal year 2002 through 2005; and "(2) such additional sums as may be necessary for each such fiscal year to enable the Secretary, through programs under this title, to provide for at least 70,000 part-time employ- ment positions for eligible individuals. For purposes of paragraph (2), 'part-time employment position' means an employment position within a workweek of at least 20 hours. "(b) Amounts appropriated under this section for any fiscal year shall be available for obligation during the annual period which begins on July 1 of the calendar year immediately following the beginning of such fiscal year and which ends on June 30 of the following calendar year. The Secretary may extend the period during which such amounts may be obligated or expended in the case of a particular organization or agency receiving funds under this title if the Secretary determines that such extension is necessary to ensure the effective use of such funds by such organization or agency. "(c) At the end of the program year, the Secretary may recapture any unexpended funds for the program year, and reobligate such funds within the 2 succeeding program years for— "(1) incentive grants; "(2) technical assistance; or "(3) grants or contracts for any other program under this title.