98 STAT. 2082
Post, pp. 2086, 2087.
PUBLIC LAW 98-473—OCT. 12, 1984
"(12) providing for operational information systems and workload management systems which improve the effectiveness of criminal justice agencies; "(13) providing programs of the same types as programs described in section 501(a)(4)— "(A) which the Director establishes, under section 503(a), as discretionary programs for financial assistance under part E; and "(B) which are innovative and have been deemed by the Director as likely to prove successful; "(14) implement programs which address critical problems of crime, such as drug trafficking, which have been certified by the Director, after consultation with the Director of the National Institute of Justice, Director of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, as having proved successful; "(15) providing programs which address the problem of serious offenses committed by juveniles; "(16) addressing the problem of crime committed against the elderly; "(17) providing training, technical assistance, and programs to assist State and local law enforcement authorities in rural areas in combating crime, with particular emphasis on violent crime, juvenile delinquency, and crime prevention; and "(18) improving the operational effectiveness of law enforcement by integrating and maximizing the effectiveness of police field operations and the use of crime analysis techniques. "(b)(1) For any fiscal year ending after September 30, 1984, the Federal portion of any grant made under this part shall be 50 per centum of the cost of programs and projects specified in the application of such grant, except that in the case of funds distributed to an Indian tribe which performs law enforcement functions (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior) for any program or project described in subsection (a), the Federal portion shall be 100 per centum of such cost. "(2) The non-Federal portion of the cost of such program or project shall be in cash. "(c) No funds may be given under this title to a grant recipient for a program or project for which funds have been given under this title for four years (in the aggregate), including any period occurring before the effective date of this subsection. ELIGIBILITY
Appropriation authorization. 42 USC 3744.
"SEC. 404. The Bureau is authorized to make financial assistance under this part available to a State to enable it to carry out all or a substantial part of a program or project submitted and approved in accordance with the provisions of this part. APPLICATIONS
Prohibition. 42 USC 3745.
"SEC. 405. No grant may be made by the Bureau to a State, or by a State to an eligible recipient pursuant to this part, unless the application for such grant sets forth criminal justice programs and projects covering a two-year period which meet the purposes of section 403(a) of this title, designates which purpose specified in section 403(a) each such program or project is intended to achieve,