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[83 STAT. 113]
[83 STAT. 113]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1969

83 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 91-69-SEPT. 17, 1969

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of previously made overpayments or underpayments) in advance or by way of reimbursement, in such installments and on such conditions, as the Secretary may determine. "CONDITIONS o r

GRANTS AND

CONTRACTS

"SEC. 612. (a)(1) I n administering this part the Secretary shall— " (A) assure that the new participants in any project are older persons of low income who are no longer in the regular work force; " (B) award a grant or contract only if he determines that the project will not result in the displacement of employed workers or impair existing contracts for services. "(2) The Secretary shall not award a grant or contract under this part which involves a project proposed to be carried out throughout the State or over an area more comprehensive than one community unless— " (A) the State agency (established or designated under section .303(a)(1)) is the applicant for such grant or contract or, if not, ^^ ^tat. 222. such agency has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to apply for and receive such award and to administer or supervise the administration of the project; and " (B) in cases in which such agency is not the grantee or contractor (including cases to which subparagraph (A) applies but in which such agency has not availed itself of the opportunity to apply for and receive such award), the application contains or is supported by satisfactory assurance that the project has been developed, and will to the extent appropriate be conducted in consultation with, or with the participation of, such agency. "(3) The Secretary shall not award a grant or contract under this title which involves a project proposed to be undertaken entirely in a community served by a community action agency unless— " (A) such agency is the applicant for such grant or contract or, if not, such agency has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to apply for and receive such award and to administer or supervise the administration of the project; and " (B) in cases in which such agency is not the grantee or contractor (including cases to which subparagraph (A) applies but in which such agency has not availed itself of the opportunity to apply for and receive such award), the application contains or is supported by satisfactory assurance that the project has been developed, and will to the extent appropriate be conducted in consultation with, or with the participation of, such agency: and " (C) if such State has a State agency established or designated pursuant to section 303(a)(1), such agency has had not less than 45 days in which to review the project application and make recommendations thereon. " (b) The term 'community action agency' as used in this section, ac't'i^n"™ency." means a community action agency established under title II of the Eco81 Stat. 690. nomic Opportunity Act of 1964. 42 USC 2781 et "INTERAGENCT

COOPERATION

"SEC. 613. In administering this part, the Secretary shall consult with the Office of Economic Opportunity, the Department of Labor, and any other Federal agencies administering relevant progTams with a view to achieving optimal coordination with such other programs and shall promote the coordination of projects under this part with other public or private programs or projects carried out at State and local levels.

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