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Federal Register / Vol. 64, No.

227 / Friday, November 26, 1999 / Notices 66503

training following the NIC- indirect costs) and project activity must visual training aids, and related training
recommended numbering formula. be completed within 6 months of the materials.
• Obtain written permission from the date of the award. Funds may only be
publisher to duplicate any copyrighted Review Considerations
used for the activities that are linked to
materials. the desired outcomes of the project. Applications received under this
• Research, develop, procure and All products from this funding effort announcement will be subjected to an
provide strategies, multi-media and will be in the public domain and NIC three-to-five-member Peer Review
written materials to demonstrate recent available to interested agencies through Process.
developments in management and the National Institute of Corrections.
leadership theory and training. Number of Awards
• Acquire, review, and incorporate Deadline for Receipt of Applications One (1)
relevant and current leadership and Applications must be received by 4:00 NIC Application Number (00A12)
management materials. p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday,
• Submit preliminary draft for review This number should appear as a
December 16, 1999. They should be
by CPS project manager per the reference line in the cover letter and
addressed to: National Institute of
specified time line. Make revisions and also in box 11 of Standard Form 424.
Corrections, 320 First Street, NW, Room
submit second draft if requested. The Catalog of Federal Domestic
• Prepare all materials using 5007, Washington, DC 20534, Attention:
Director. Hand delivered applications Assistance number is: 16.601.
WordPerfect 7.0 or higher word Larry Solomon,
processing software and Corel can be brought to 500 First Street, NW,
Washington, DC 20534. The front desk Acting Director, National Institute of
Presentations (visuals) and submit final Corrections.
copies of all materials on 3.5′′ computer will call Bobbi Tinsley at (202) 307–
3106, extension 0 for pickup. [FR Doc. 99–30769 Filed 11–24–99; 8:45 am]
disks (or zip drive disks) and in ‘‘camera
BILLING CODE 4410–36–M
ready’’ hard copy format (2 paper Addresses and Further Information
copies).
• Submit the curriculum package to The application kit consists of a copy
the CPS project manager for final of this announcement, copies of the DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
approval. required forms, and a copy of the
‘‘National Juvenile Justice Training Employment Standards
B. Curriculum Requirements Needs Assessment Proceedings, Administration; Wage and Hour
• All material must be submitted in November, 1998’’, a document entitled Division
hard copy that is ‘‘camera ready’’ and on ‘‘Designing Training for the National
3.5′′ computer disk (or zip drive disks). Institute of Corrections Academy: Minimum Wages for Federal and
• WordPerfect 7.0 or higher must be Instructional Theory Into Practice’’, and Federally Assisted Construction;
the software used in an IBM compatible samples of the required curriculum General Wage Determination Decisions
computer with Windows operating format. General wage determination decisions
system. All visuals must be created A hard copy of this application kit of the Secretary of Labor are issued in
using Corel Presentation software. may be obtained from Judy Evens, accordance with applicable law and are
• All lesson plans shall conform to Cooperative Agreement Control Office, based on the information obtained by
the Instructional Theory Into Practice National Institute of Corrections, 320 the Department of Labor from its study
(ITIP) standards. They must be in the First Street, NW, Room 5007, of local wage conditions and data made
NIC Academy Lesson Plan Format, Washington, DC 20534 or by calling available from other sources. They
using a narrative script and trainer (800) 995–6423, extension 159 or (202) specify the basic hourly wage rates and
notes, and incorporate the critical 307–3106, extension 159. She can be fringe benefits which are determined to
elements of ITIP lesson design. Lesson contacted by E-mail via jevens@bop.gov. be prevailing for the described classes of
plans, handouts and view graphs are to A copy of this announcement, laborers and mechanics employed on
be in a consistent format throughout the required forms and referenced construction projects of a similar
curriculum. Each module should follow documents may also be obtained character and in the localities specified
the Module Framework, with through the NIC website: http:// therein.
appropriate and accurate identification, www.nicic.org. (Click on ‘‘What’s New’’ The determinations in these decisions
numbering and sequencing. See and ‘‘cooperative agreements’’.) of prevailing rates and fringe benefits
‘‘Addresses and Further Information’’ have been made in accordance with 29
All technical and/or programmatic
for information on how to obtain these CFR Part 1, by authority of the Secretary
questions concerning this
documents.
announcement should be directed to of Labor pursuant to the provisions of
• Each module should be a complete
Steve Swisher, Correctional Program the Davis-Bacon Act of March 3, 1931,
package; that is, it should include all
materials necessary to teach that Specialist at the National Institute of as amended (46 Stat. 1494, as amended,
module, including a separate and Corrections, 1960 Industrial Circle, 40 U.S.C. 276a) and of other Federal
independent delivery based on a special Suite A, Longmont, Colorado 80501, or statutes referred to in 29 CFR Part 1,
or unique request for that specific by calling (800) 995–6429, extension Appendix, as well as such additional
module. 126, or by E-mail via sswisher@bop.gov. statutes as may from time to time be
• All material produced shall become enacted containing provisions for the
Eligible Applicants
the property of the U.S. Government payment of wages determined to be
and shall be delivered to NIC upon An eligible applicant is any state or prevailing by the Secretary of Labor in
completion of this project. general unit of local government, public accordance with the Davis-Bacon Act.
Authority: Pub. L. 93–415. or private agency, educational The prevailing rates and fringe benefits
institution, private or non-profit determined in these decisions shall, in
Funds Available organization, individual, or team with accordance with the provisions of the
The award will be limited to a expertise in the instructional design or foregoing statutes, constitute the
maximum total of $30,000 (direct and training, computer-generated audio- minimum wages payable on Federal and

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an applicable Federal prevailing wage [FR Doc. 99–30594 Filed 11–25–99; 8:45 am]
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