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1964, as amended, when the funds are administered by CSA.
8 1067.41-2 Policy.
(a) CSA Program Accounts are the units within the financial and programmatic systems of the Agency which record the expenditure of funds and describe the activities that may be conducted under each account.
(b) CSA requires that program accounts listed in Appendices A and B be used on all funding documents (CSA Form 314), work programs (CSA Form 419) and the Project Progress Review Reports (CSA Form 440).
by the funding office at the time that the funds are originally granted.
(2) The procedures by which the grantee requests prior permission for changes are outlined in paragraph (b) of this section.
(3) No change which is made may increase the percentage of administrative costs after changes are made to more than 15 percent of the total program costs. (See OEO Instruction 6807-1, June 17, 1969).
(4) No change which is made may increase the percentage of Federal assistance in the total cost above that indicated on CSA Form 314.
(b) How to amend a grant. (1) When a change in an already approved work program is proposed by the grantee which exceeds the scope of those permitted in paragraph (a) of this section, prior approval must be requested from CSA through submission of the following:
(i) CAP Form 25b Justification of Program Account Amendment;
(ii) CAP Form 25, Program Account Budget (if the requested change is related to budget); and/or
(iii) CAP Form 419, Summary of Work Programs and Budget, if there is also a change in the goals, elimination or addition of projects to be conducted, or change in total CSA funding level. Plus
(iv) A Statement of CSA Grant, CSA Form 314, must be executed if the change is in total CSA funding level.
8 1067.40-5 Where to apply.
Unless otherwise stated in specific program regulations, requests for information and forms, and submission of initial proposals should be addressed to the CSA Regional Office in your area.
06. 07. 08.. 09. 12. 13. 15. 16.. 29.. 39.. 42.
Subpart 1067.41-Program Account
Structure (CSA Instruction 6100-1b and 6100-1b CH 1)
Administration. Local Initiative
Program. Youth Sports.
Summer Personnel. ......do
Winter Program. Summer Recreation .... Personnel. .do
Independent Living. SOS
Crisis Relief. .do
SOURCE: 44 FR 61348, Oct. 25, 1979, unless otherwise noted.
8 1067.41-1 Applicability.
This rule applies to grants funded under Titles I, II, IV, VII and IX of the Economic Opportunity Act of
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PROGRAM ACCOUNT CODES-Continued
APPENDIX B-DEFINITIONS OF ACTIVI
TIES WHICH MAY BE CONDUCTED, SINGLY OR IN COMBINATION UNDER EACH PROGRAM ACCOUNT
Program account No.
50. 53. 54. 56.
57. 58 19.
01. Local Initiative/CAA Administration
(221) Includes support for general administration and management of central staff, facili. ties, and equipment of the community action agency. Coordination, mobilization of resources, general management, information collection and use, as well as planning, program development, and evaluation activities undertaken by CAAs as part of their overall administrative and management responsibilities are included in this account. Support of the CAA board's functioning should also be included. Administrative overhead costs for delegate agencies or general support functions performed by the CAA for such delegate agencies where these costs are not related to specific programs may be included as appropriate. However, this activity does not include administration or management directly linked to specific program activities such as community nutrition activities, etc. Such administrative overhead should be reported under the account designated for that program.
27. 28 31 32
Evaluation. Technical Assistance.. Grantee
Grantee Program. .do
Other. Rural Housing.
Housing Production. .do
Access to Federal
Rural Programs. do
02. Youth Sports-Summer Personnel (227)
Includes the personnel costs to operate the national youth sports program during the summer months, June through late August or mid-September. This program provides disadvantaged youths the opportunity for sports skills instruction, sports competition, learning good health practices, and career and educational opportunities. Sti. pends should not be included in this account.
03. Youth Sports-Summer Other (227) Includes the non-personnel costs to operate the national youth sports program during the summer months, June through late August or mid-September.
66. 67 68. 69 71. 73. 75. 78.
04. Youth Sports-Winter Program (227) Includes all costs, both personnel and nonpersonnel to operate the national youth sports program during the winter months, September through May.
05. Local Initiative Program (221) The basic purpose of community action programs as stated in the Economic Opportunity Act is “to stimulate a better focusing of all available local, State, private, and Federal resources upon the goal of enabling low-income families, and low-income individuals of all ages, in rural and urban areas, to attain the skills, knowledge, and motiva
12. Nutrition-Access (222(a)(1)) Includes operating program costs associated with improving the opportunities for lowincome people to gain access to, and participation in Federal and non-Federal food and nutrition programs.
tions and secure the opportunities needed for them to become fully self-sufficient.” This purpose may be accomplished by programs designed and/or selected at the local level to meet specific community needs. They may deal with particular concerns in such areas as housing, manpower, education, health, day care, consumer affairs, economic development, general social services, etc. They may focus on particular target groups such as youth. They may employ some type of neighborhood center(s) as a means of reaching persons and delivering services.
13. Nutrition-Self-Help (222(a)(1)) Includes operating program costs associated with projects designed to foster self-sufficiency through the mobilization of financial and community resources. Examples include buying clubs, community gardens, food raising co-ops, community canneries, farmer-toconsumer sales and greenhouse food production.
15. Nutrition-Consumer Education
06. Senior Opportunity and Services,
Independent Living (222(a)(2)) Includes the personnel costs and non-personnel costs to help maintain independent living style of the Older Poor including the following: Housing Services, Nutrition Services, Home Care Services, Health Services, Elderly Day Care Services, and other services such as Counseling, and Safety Education. Also includes cost of providing jobs to elderly poor, and elderly Community Centers.
Includes operating program costs associated with improving the ability of low-income individuals and families to understand the connection between diet and health, to obtain at the lowest prices nutritionally superior food and to prepare and preserve these foods in ways that minimize the loss of nutrients.
Also includes costs associated with removing architectural barriers from the homes of low-income disabled individuals.
22. Energy Crisis Intervention (222(a)(5))
Includes costs associated with intervention to prevent hardship or danger to health, especially the older poor. Includes cost for payment of fuel bills, emergency energy-related repairs, and payments other than home heating payments.
23. Energy-Consumer Information, Education and Legal Assistance-(222(a)(5))
Includes costs associated with the dissemination of energy conservation information, conduct of energy conservation educational activities, and the representation of the interests of the poor in public proceedings, for example, energy policy and utility rate structure.
32. Rural Housing Access to Federal Home
Loan Services (222(a)(4)) and (232) Includes costs associated with developing methods for full participation of the poor in Federal Home Loan, grant and subsidies programs.
33. Rural Housing Trainir.g and Technical
Assistance (222(a)(4)) and (232) Includes costs associated with area and State wide housing development corporations and other housing grantees in providing training and technical assistance, to CAAs and single purpose housing grantees.
24. Energy-Transportation (222(a)(5)) Includes costs associated with efforts to offset the increased costs to the poor of transportation needed for access to essential services and employment. 25. Energy–Alternate Energy Sources
(222(a)(5)) Includes costs associated with the development and application to energy needs of the poor those technologies that capitalize on non-fossil fuels and renewable energy resources, or make conventional fuels available to the poor at substantially decreased costs and/or at increased energy efficiency. (For additional program accounts dealing with Energy, see numbers 50, 53, 54, 56, 57 and 58.)
34. Rural Housing-Small Town Community Development (222(a)(4)) and
(232) Includes costs associated with providing training and technical assistance to assist officials in small towns, with large percentage of poor, to implement Community Development Programs that improve housing conditions of the poor.
35. Rural Housing–Housing Consumer
Assistance (222(a)(4)) and (232) Includes costs associated with providing assistance for activities such as tenant organizing, fair housing assistance to poor fami. lies and groups, home ownership and default counseling, homesteading as well as advocacy and legal services for individuals and families.
27. Training and Technical Assistance
Grantee Program (230) Includes costs associated with the provision of training and technical assistance in specific program areas such as housing, mobilization of resources, etc. 28. Training and Technical Assistance
Other (230) Includes costs associated with training and technical assistance which does not relate specifically to grantee administration or grantee program areas.
36. Rural Housing-Management Services
(222(a)(4)) and (232) Includes costs associated with providing management services to assist grantees in the acquisition and mainte ance of Default Housing.
39. Nutrition-Demonstrations (222(a)(1))
Includes costs associated with experimen. tal, pilot or demonstration projects which test new or improved approaches to combating the problems of hunger and malnutrition.
29. Nutrition-Research (222(a)(1)) Includes costs associated with the development of new knowledge about hunger and malnutrition among the poor and/or ways to deal with their problems approved under the authority of Section 222(a)(1) of the EOA.
31. Rural Housing-Housing Production
(222(a)(4)) and (232) Includes costs associated with the repair and rehabilitation of housing for poor families, and development of housing factory delivery systems for building low cost housing.
42. Nutrition–T&TA Seminars (222(a)(1))
Includes costs associated with holding nutrition related T&TA seminars for persons from two or more agencies. Such seminars should help grantees plan, conduct and/or evaluate nutrition programs. 43. Nutrition-T&TA On Site Assistance
(222(a)(1)) Includes the cost of providing nutrition related T&TA services to specific grantee
66. Economic Development-Demonstration
(Title VII, Part D) Includes costs associated with pilot and demonstration activities approved under the authority of Title VII, Part D of the EOA.
67. Economic Development-Research (Title
VII, Part D)
53. Energy-Demonstrations (222(a)(5)) Includes costs associated with experimental, pilot or demonstration projects which test new or approved approaches to solving the energy problems of the poor.
54. Energy-T&TA Seminars (222(a)(5)) Includes costs associated with holding energy related T&TA seminars for persons from two or more grantees. Such seminars should help grantees plan, conduct and/or evaluate energy programs. 56. Energy–T&TA On Site Assistance
(222(a)(5)) Includes the costs of providing energy-related T&TA services to specific grantee personnel at the grantee's location. Such sery
Includes costs associated with research activities approved under the authority of Title VII, Part D of the EOA.
68. Economic Development-Evaluation
(Title VII, Part D) Includes costs associated with evaluation activities approved under the authority of Title VII, Part D of the EOA.