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REORGANIZATION PLANS [60 STAT. of its chairman, are transferred to the Federal Security Administrator and shall be performed by him or under his direction and control by such officers and employees of the Federal Security Agency as he shall designate. The Social Security Board is abolished. Sec. 5. Assistant heads of Federal Security Agency.-In addition to the existing Assistant Federal Security Administrator, there shall be not to exceed two assistant heads of the Federal Security Agency, each of whom shall be appointed by the Federal Security Adminis- trator under the classified civil service, receive a salary at the rate of $10,000 per annum, and perform such duties and head such constituent unit of the Federal Security Agency as the Administrator may provide. Sec. 6. Functions under act of June 20, 1936, with respect to the blind. -The functions of the Office of Education and of the Com- 20 U.5. C . § 107- missioner of Education under the act of June 20, 1936 (49 Stat. 1559, ch. 638) are transferred to the Federal Security Administrator and shall be performed under his direction and control by such officers and employees of the Federal Security Agency as he shall designate. Sec. 7 . Assistant Commissioner of Education.-The functions of the Assistant Commissioner of Education created by the act of May 26, 20 .s.c. 2a. 1930 (46 Stat. 384, ch. 330) are transferred to the Office of Education to be performed under the direction and control of the Commissioner of Education by such officers or employees of the Office as he may designate with the approval of the Federal Security Administrator. The Office of Assistant Commissioner of Education is abolished. Sec. 8. Federal Board for Vocational Education.-The Federal Board for Vocational Education and its functions are abolished. Sec. 9 . Board of Visitors of Saint Elizabeth's Hospital.- The Board of Visitors of Saint Elizabeth s Hospital and its functions are abolished. Sec. 10. Coordinationof grant-in-aidprograms.- In order to coordi- nate more fully the administration of grant-in-aid programs by officers and constituent units of the Federal Security Agency, the Federal Security Administrator shall establish, insofar as practicable, (a) uni- form standards and procedures relating to fiscal, personnel, and the other requirements common to two or more such programs, and (b) standards and procedures under which a State agency participat- ing in more than one such program may submit a single plan of opera- tion and be subject to a single Federal fiscal and administrative review of its operation. Sec. 11. Winding up of affairs. -Suitable measures shall be taken by the Federal Security Administrator to wind up those outstanding affairs of the agencies herein abolished which are not otherwise disposed of by this plan. Sec. 12. Transfer of personnel, property, records, and funds. -The personnel, property, records, and unexpended balances of appropria- tions, allocations, and other funds (available or to be made available), which the Director of the Bureau of the Budget shall determine to relate primarily to the functions transferred hereunder are transferred to the respective agencies concerned for use in the administration of the functions so transferred, except that all of the personnel, property, records, and funds of the Industrial Division of the Children's Bureau shall be transferred to such agency or agencies of the Department of Labor as the Secretary of Labor shall designate. Any of the person- nel transferred under this plan which the transferee agency shall find to be in excess of the personnel necessary for the administration of the functions transferred to such agency shall be retransferred under existing law to other positions in the Government or separated from the service. 1096