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CHAPTER VII—COMMISSION ON CIVIL

RIGHTS

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Organization and functions of the Commission ....
Rules on hearings, reports and meetings of the

Commission ...........
Operations and functions of State Advisory Com-

mittees.............
Information disclosure and communications
Materials available pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a
Employee responsibilities and conduct

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(1) Valuation of grantee or subgran- income me tee donated real property for construc- income to tion/acquisition. If a grantee or sub- (d) Gov grantee donates real property for a

special as construction or facilities acquisition other such project, the current market value ofee or su that property may be counted as cost income u sharing or matching. If any part of cally iden the donated property was acquired

or Feder with Federal funds, only the non-fed

gram inc eral share of the property may be

(e) Ro? counted as cost sharing or matching.

and licer (g) Appraisal of real property. In

rial, pat some cases under paragraphs (d), (e)

by a gre and (f) of this section, it will be neces

income sary to establish the market value of

ically i land or a building or the fair rental

ment o rate of land or of space in a building.

progra In these cases, the Federal agency

(f) F may require the market value or fair

of rea rental value be set by an independent

handl appraiser, and that the value or rate

quire be certified by the grantee. This re

(g) quirement will also be imposed by the

incor grantee on subgrantees.

whic

Fed 8 602.25 Program income.

Fed
(a) General. Grantees are encour-

gra
aged to earn income to defray pro-
gram costs. Program income includes

na
income from fees for services per-

FE formed, from the use or rental of real or personal property acquired with grant funds, from the sale of commodities or items fabricated under a grant agreement, and from payments of principal and interest on loans made with grant funds. Except as otherwise provided in regulations of the Federal agency, program income does not include interest on grant funds, rebates, credits, discounts, refunds, etc. and interest earned on any of them.

(b) Definition of program income. Program income means gross income received by the grantee or subgrante directly generated by a grant suppor ed activity, or earned only as a resu of the grant agreement during ti grant period. “During the gra period" is the time between the eff tive date of the award and the end date of the award reflected in the f financial report. (c)

Cost of generating prog income. If authorized by Federal i lations or the grant agreement, incident to the generation of pro

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ruc- income to determine maorized, program income may be with the Calea sub

(d) Governmental to meet the cost sharing or through the & special assessment, luching requirement of the grant reviews don other such revenue medement. The amount of the Federal such

ofee or subgrantee e at award remains the same. ost income unless the reench) Income after the award period. tive action of cally identified in the grere are no Federal requirements after recent de ed or Federal agency registerning the disposition of program stance de 3. gram income.

come earned after the end of the laws and е (e) Royalties , Income hard period (ie, until the ending

(4Cider and license fees for rate of the final financial report

, see audits rial, patents, and investim ragraph (e) of this section)

, unless grantee by a grantee or subgruese terms of the agreement or the income only if the revenues

ederal agency regulations provide perete

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ment or Federal agency : 602.26 Non-Federal audit.

(a) Basic rule. Grantees and sub for
Tantees are responsible for obtaining med
judits in accordance with the Single
Audit Act of 1984 (31 U.S.C. 7501- Cha
1507) and Federal agency implements

program income. (See }

(f) Property. Proceeds of real property or equip handled in accordance quirements of $5602.31

(g) Use of program incon

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of State Advisory Com

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ncome shall be deductedl ng regulations. The audits shall be which may be both Reden Federal as described belor, ederal agency regulatio "ant agreement specify a tive (or & combination de tives). In specifying all for purposes of the Single Audit deral agency may dito en income earned by the income earned by suberi reen the sources, ints of income. When ries authorize the alten

raphs (g) (2) and (3) d' program income in exces stipulated shall also beti utlays. reduction. Ordinarily shall be deducted in e costs to determine e costs. Program inea for current costs

gency authorizes at income which the aticipate at the time I be used to reduced and grantee contul to increase the two e project. n. When authorised

may be added tted to the grand Federal agency

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45 CFR Ch. VI (10-1 () Valuation of grantee or subgran income may be deducted tre donated real property for construc

income to determine prog tion/acquisition. If a grantee or sub

(d) Governmental reve Grantee donates real property for a

special assessments, levie construction or facilities acquisition

other such revenues raise project, the current market value of

ee or subgrantee are : that property may be counted as cost

income unless the revenue sharing or matching. If any part of

cally identified in the grå the donated property was acquired

or Federal agency regula with Federal funds, only the non-fed

gram income. eral share of the property may be

(e) Royalties. Income f counted as cost sharing or matching.

and license fees for copy (3) Appraisal of real property. In rial, patents, and inventi some cases under paragraphs (d), (e)

by a grantee or subgrant and (1) of this section, it will be neces

income only if the reven sary to establish the market value of ically identified in the land or a building or the fair rental

ment or Federal agency rate of land or of space in a building.

program income. (See $ in these cases, the Federal agency

(f) Property. Proceeds may require the market value or fair

of real property or eqı rental value be set by an independent handled in accordanc appraiser, and that the value or rate

quirements of 38 602.31 be certified by the grantee. This re

(g) Use of program i; quirement will also be imposed by the

income shall be deduct grantee on subgrantees.

which may be both F

Federal as described 8602.25 Program income.

Federal agency reg (a) General. Grantees are encour

grant agreement spec aged to earn income to defray pro

native (or a combina gram costs. Program income includes

natives). In specifyin Income from fees for services per

Federal agency ma formed, from the use or rental of real

tween income earn or personal property acquired with

and income earned i grant funds, from the sale of commod

between the ities or items fabricated under a grant

amounts of incon wgreement, and from payments of

agencies authorize principal and interest on loans made

paragraphs (g) (2) with grant funds. Except as otherwise

tion, program inco provided in regulations of the Federal

limits stipulated s agency, program income does not in

from outlays. clude interest on grant funds, rebates,

(1) Deduction. credits, discounts, refunds, etc. and in

income shall be terest earned on any of them.

allowable costs t (b) Definition of program income.

allowable costs. Program income means gross income

be used for cur received by the grantee or subgrantee

Federal agency directly generated by a grant support

Program incom ed activity, or earned only as a result

did not anticip of the grant agreement during the

award shall be grant period. “During

eral agency an Deriod” is the time between the effec

the grant

rather than to tive date of the award and the ending

mitted to the date of the award reflected in the final

(2) Addition Tinancial report.

gram income

funds commi (c) Cost of generating program income. If authorized by Federal regu

ment by the lations or the grant agreement, costs

grantee. The Incident to the generation of program

used for th
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