Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 1.djvu/97

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PUBLIC LAW 103-218—MAR. 9, 1994 108 STAT. 71 "(1) INITIAL EXTENSION GRANT.— In order for a State to receive an initial extension grant under this section, the designated lead agency of the State shall— "(A) provide the evidence described in section 102(d)(3); and "(B) demonstrate that the State has made significant progress, and has carried out systems change and advocacy activities that have resulted in significant progress, toward the development and implementation of a consumer-responsive comprehensive statewide program of technology- related assistance, consistent with sections 2(b)(1), 101, and 102. " (2) SECOND EXTENSION GRANT.— " (A) RESPONSIBILITIES OF DESIGNATED LEAD AGENCY.— In order for a State to receive a second extension grant under this section, the designated lead agency shall— "(i) provide the evidence and make the demonstration described in paragraph (1); "(ii) describe the steps the State has taken or will take to continue on a permanent basis the consumer-responsive comprehensive statewide program of technology-related assistance with the ability to maintain, at a minimum, the outeomes achieved by the systems change and advocacy activities; and "(iii) identify future funding options and commitments for the program from the public and private sector and the key individuals, agencies, and organizations to be involved in, and to direct future efforts of, the program. "(B) DETERMINATION OF COMPLIANCE.— In making any award to a State for a second extension grant, the Secretary shall (except as provided in section 105(a)(2)(A)(iii)) make such award contingent on a determination, based on the onsite visit required under section 105(a)(2)(A)(ii), that the State is making significant progress toward development and implementation of a consumer-responsive comprehensive statewide program of technology-related assistance. If the Secretary determines that the State is not making such progress, the Secretary may take an action described in section 105(b)(2), in accordance with the applicable procedures described in section 105. "(c) AMOUNTS OF GRANTS.— " (1) INITIAL EXTENSION GRANTS.— "(A) IN GENERAL.— "(i) STATES. —From amounts appropriated under section 106 for any fiscal year, the Secretary shall pay an amount that is not less than $500,000 and not greater than $1,500,000 to each State (other than a State described in clause (ii)) that receives an initial extension grant under subsection (a)(D. "(ii) TERRITORIES.— From amounts appropriated under section 106 for any fiscal year, the Secretary shall pay an amount that is not greater than $150,000 to any of the following States that receives an initial extension grant under subsection (a)(D: "(I) The United States Virgin Islands. " (II) Guam. 79-194 O—95—4:QL3Part 1