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[84 STAT. 1505]
[84 STAT. 1505]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1970

84 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 91-572-DEC. 24, 1970

1505

F U N C T I O X S OF THE D E P U T Y ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POPULATION

AFFAIRS

SEC. 4. The Secretary shall utilize the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs— (1) to administer all Federal laws for which the Secretary has administrative responsibility and which provide for or authorize the making of grants or contracts related to population research and family planning programs; (2) to administer and be responsible for all population and family planning research carried on directly by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare or supported by the Department through grants to, or contracts with, entities and individuals; (3) to act as a clearinghouse for information pertaining to domestic and international population research and family planning programs for use by all interested persons and public and private entities; (4) to provide a liaison with the activities carried on by other agencies and instrumentalities of the Federal Go\ernment relating to population research and family planning; (5) to provide or support training for necessary manpower for domestic programs of population research and family planning programs of service and research; and (6) to coordinate and be responsible for the evaluation of the other Department of Health, Education, and Welfare programs related to population research and family planning and to make periodic recommendations to the Secretary. P L A N S AND REPORTS

SEC. 5. (a) Not later than six months after the date of enactment of Report to conthis Act the Secretary shall make a report to the Congress setting forth ^'"*^^* a plan, to be carried out over a period of five years, for extension of family planning services to all persons desiring such services, for family planning and population research programs, for training of necessary manpower for the programs authorized by title X of the Public Health Service Act and other Federal laws for which the Sec- ^°® P* ^^^^' retary has responsibility, and for carrying out the other purposes set forth in this Act and in such title X. (b) Such a plan shall, at a minimum, indicate on a phased basis— (1) the number of individuals to be served by family planning programs under title X of the Public Health Service Act and other Federal laws for which the Secretary has responsibility, the types of family planning and population growth information and educational materials to be developed under such laws and how they will be made available, the research goals to be reached under such laws, and the manpower to be trained under such laws; (2) an estimate of the costs and personnel requirements needed to meet these objectives; and (3) the steps to be taken to establish a systematic reporting system capable of yielding comprehensive data on which service figures and program evaluations for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare shall be based. (c) On or before January 1, 1972, and on or before each January 1 Reports to conthereafter for a period of five years, the Secretary shall submit to the s""*^^* O n g r e s s a report which shall— (1) compare results achieved during the preceding fiscal year with the objectives established for such year under the plan;