42 CFR 63.7 - What are the benefits of awards?

§ 63.7 What are the benefits of awards?
(a) Subject to the availability of funds, each individual awarded a traineeship may receive a stipend fixed in an amount determined by the Director.
(b) Additional allowances and benefits may be authorized by and at the discretion of the Director, taking into account the cost of living and other factors such as the requirements of the training program and availability of discretionary funds. Discretionary allowances and benefits may include: health benefits coverage; dependents' allowance; travel to pre-award interviews, to first duty station, and return to the place of origin upon conclusion of the traineeship; tuition and institution fees; and other specific costs as may be necessary to fulfill the purpose of the training program.

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