Executive Order 12372 Jessica K. Moraski 24 Jun 2002 09:53 EST

New York is one of the states that are no longer participating in the
intergovernmental review process, and therefore do not have a Single Point
of Contact (SPOC).  When this first happened, we were given verbal
direction from NYS's Division of the Budget to notify each of the areawide
clearinghouses in our state of any applications which fell under EO 12372
review.  (There are 22 clearinghouses in NY!)  However, we've never been
able to find this in writing anywhere.

Now I'm reading the guidance directly from the OMB website, and it seems to
me that no action at all is necessary if our state is not participating.

At this point, we are advising our investigators to notify all 22
clearinghouses at the time they are submitting their applications.
However, this may be unnecessary.

Has anyone else run into this, either from NY or from another state that is
not participating?

Thanks for any information you can provide!

Jessica Moraski, CRA
Grant Administrator
Health Research, Inc.
One University Place
Rensselaer, NY  12144
(518) 431-1265
(518) 431-1234 (FAX)

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