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Electronic Code of Federal Regulations

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Title 42Chapter ISubchapter DPart 52b


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER D—GRANTS

PART 52b—NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH CONSTRUCTION GRANTS

rule
§52b.1
To what programs do these regulations apply?
§52b.2
Definitions.
§52b.3
Who is eligible to apply?
§52b.4
How to apply.
§52b.5
How will NIH evaluate applications?
§52b.6
What is the rate of federal financial participation?
§52b.7
How is the grantee obligated to use the facility?
§52b.8
How will NIH monitor the use of facilities constructed with federal funds?
§52b.9
What is the right of the United States to recover Federal funds when facilities are not used for research or are transferred?
§52b.10
What are the terms and conditions of awards?
§52b.11
What are the requirements for acquisition and modernization of existing facilities?
§52b.12
What are the minimum requirements of construction and equipment?
§52b.13
Additional conditions.
§52b.14
Other federal laws, regulations, executive orders, and policies that apply.

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