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Appalachian State Research, Technical Assistance, and Demonstration Projects

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

Possible uses and use restrictions...

To research or demonstrate the feasibility of plans and programs for concerted economic and social development. Priority will be given to technical assistance related to job creation projects. States can carry out investigations, research, studies, evaluations, and assessments of needs, potentials, or attainments of the people of the region, technical assistance, training programs, demonstrations and the construction of necessary facilities incident to such activities. All developments resulting from such research, and demonstration projects must be made freely available to the general public. Existing research by other agencies is to be utilized as much as possible. State research projects are also subject to the uses and use restrictions described under the Appalachian Regional Development program (23.001).