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$ 270.82 Matching requirements.
Sen (a) Federal financial participation for

rehabilitative services projects will not

exceed 60 percent of the total cost of ed the project or program for which the grant is made.

(b) The non-Federal participation E c may be derived from a variety of sources,

including:
3 (1) New State or local appropriations
or other new grantee funds;

(2) Existing funds and time of personnel used for the on-going activities #s of the agency which are made a part of

the project.
Services or space donated to the project
may not be included as a grantee con-
tribution to the cost of the project or
- program. Grantee funds or services de-
rived from other Federal funds or used
for matching any other Federal grant
may not be used to match the Federal
funds in this program except as other-
wise specifically allowed by Federal
statute.

(c) The application must contain as-
surances that the Federal grant funds for
rehabilitative services will be used to
supplement and, to the extent practi-
cable, increase the level of funds that
would otherwise be made available by the
State or locality for this purpose and
that the Federal funds will not supplant
such non-Federal funds.

(d) If an Indian tribe applying for
a grant does not have sufficient funds
available to meet the non-Federal share
of the cost of a project or program, the
Administrator may increase the Federal
share of the cost to the extent necessary.
An application from an Indian tribe re-
questing an increased Federal share must
be accompanied by a complete financial
statement substantiating its inability
to meet the non-Federal share require-
ment.
$ 270.83 Application.

(a) An application for funds under
this subpart shall contain the follow-
ing information:
(1) A budget and budget justification.

(2) The qualifications of the princi-
pal staff members to be responsible for
the project or program.

(3) A statement of the goals of the
proposed project or program and how
they relate to the purposes of this

(4) A description of the meta be
employed in implementir
the project or progra

(5) A description of the innovative features of the project or program.

(6) A description of the nature and extent of delinquency problems within the designated area of concern and a statement of the need for the proposed services.

(7) A description of existing services for delinquent youth and those in danger of becoming delinquent within the designated area of concern.

(8) A description of the relationship of the project or program to other Federal, State, or local preventive and rehabilitative services within the designated area of concern.

(9) A description of how the resources and services of public and private agencies furnishing welfare, education, health, mental health, preventive and rehabilitative, job training, job placement, recreation, corrections, and other basic services in the community will be available and accessible to project participants.

(10) A description of how the project or program will complement comprehensive plans and activities developed under other Acts related to the purposes of this Act.

(11) A description of how public and private agencies and organizations concerned with youth as well as youth themselves have been involved significantly in determining the appropriateness of the project or program and in designing the nature and scope of the activities to be conducted.

(12) A description of how the participants will be involved significantly in the operation and evaluation of the proposed project or program.

(13) A description of how the proposed project or program represents a new or innovative, community-based alternative to traditional correctional practices.

(14) A description of the provisions to be made for an on-going in-service program of staff development for both professional and nonprofessional project or program staff.

(15) A description of the provisions that have been made for a systematic evaluation of project or program results.

(16) Such other information as the Administrator may require.

(b) In addition, applications shall contain assurances that:

(1) Provisions will be made, to the extent feasible, for coordination of the project or program on a continuing basis

subpart.

with the operations of public and private agencies and organizations furnishing welfare, education, health, mental health, recreation, job training, job placement, corrections, and other basic services in the community for youth.

(2) Reasonable efforts will be made to secure or provide necessary services for diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating delinquent youth and those in danger of becoming delinquent, including youth who are on parole or probation, which are either not being provided in the community or are inadequate to meet its needs.

(3) Maximum use will be made of other Federal, State, or local resources available for diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating these youth.

(4) Public ind private agencies and organizations furnishing the services referred to in subparagraph (1) of this paragraph will be consulted in the formulation of the project or program, taking into account their services and expertise, and with a view to adapting such services to better fulfillment of the purposes of this subpart.

(c) The application shall be executed by an individual authorized to act for the applicant and to assume on behalf of the applicant the obligations imposed by the terms and conditions of any award, including this subpart.

(d) Any major proposed amendments to an approved application shall be submitted in writing, in advance to the Administrator. No such changes shall be put into effect without the approval of the Administrator. $ 270.84 Factors considered in evaluat

ing proposals. In determining whether or not to approve applications for rehabilitative services grants, the Administrator shall consider the following among other relevant factors:

(a) The relative cost and effectiveness of the project or program in effectuating the purposes expressed in section 111 of the Act.

(b) The incidence of and rate of increase in youth offenses and juvenile delinquency.

(c) The school dropout rates.
(d) The youth unemployment rates.

(e) The adequacy of existing facilities and services for carrying out the purposes expressed in section 111 of the Act.

(f) The extent of comprehensive planning in the community for carrying out the purposes expressed in section 111 of the Act.

(g) The extent to which the proposed project or program will incorporate new or innovative techniques within the State or community to carry out the purposes expressed in section 111 of the Act.

(h) The extent to which the proposed project or program will incorporate programs for the parents of delinquent youth and those in danger of becoming delinquent, as well as programs for other adults who offer guidance or supervision to these youth.

(i) The relative extent to which financial support is committed by the applicant for the operation of the project or program.

(j) The relative extent to which public and private agencies and organizations concerned with youth as well as youth themselves have been involved significantly in determining the appropriateness of the project or program, and in designing the nature and scope of the activities to be conducted.

(k) The relative extent to which the project or program will complement comprehensive plans and activities developed under other Acts related to the purposes of this Act.

(1) The relative extent to which the applicant has been assured of the cooperation of public and private agencies whose participation is necessary to project or program success.

(m) The relative extent to which the services and resources of public and private agencies and organizations furnishing welfare, education, health, mental health, preventive and rehabilitative, recreation, job training, job placement, corrections, and other basic services in the community will be available and accessible to the project or program participants.

(n) The relative extent to which the project or program will result in new employment and new careers in the field of delinquency prevention and control.

(0) The relative extent to which the participants will be involved significantly in the operation of the proposed project or program.

(p) The relative extent to which opportunities for full community participa

tion will be afforded to the project or program participants. $ 270.85 Project review.

All applications which meet the legal requirements for a grant under this subpart will be processed by the Service for submission to a Technical Advisory Committee appointed by the Secretary. The applicant may be requested to submit additional information either before or after consideration of the application. The Technical Advisory Committee makes recommendations to the Administrator, who determines the action to be taken with respect to each application and notifies the applicant accordingly. $ 270.86 Grant awards.

All grant awards shall be in writing, shall specify the amount of funds granted, the budget period for which support is given, and the total project period for which support is contemplated. For continuation support, grantees must make separate application in the form and detail required by the Administrator. § 270.87 Notification to jurisdictions

affected. Applicants must send copies of grant applications to the governing bodies of each of the political units principally affected and to the chief executive of the State or to an officer designated by him or by State law. Such governing bodies and officials have thirty days from the receipt of copies of the application to submit evaluations of the proposed project or program to the Administrator. They may request from the Administrator additional time to comment. The applicant should indicate to whom copies of the application have been submitted for evaluation. $ 270.88 Payments.

The Administrator shall from time to time make payments to a grantee of all or a portion of any grant award, either in advance or by way of reimbursement for expenses to be incurred or incurred in the project period, to the extent he determines such payments necessary to promote prompt initiation and advancement of the approved project or program. All such payments shall be recorded by the grantee in accounting records separate from all other fund accounts, including funds derived from other grant awards. Amounts paid shall

be available for expenditure by the grantee in accordance with the regulations of this subpart throughout the project period subject to such limitations as the Administrator may prescribe. § 270.89 Expenditure of grant funds.

(a) Except as otherwise authorized, the administrative provisions of State or local law applicable to monies appropriated to the public agency shall apply to Federal monies paid to the public agency under this subpart.

(b) Grants under this subpart will be available for the following types of expenditures for approved projects or programs:

(1) Salaries, cost of travel, and related expenses of project or program personnel;

(2) Necessary supplies, equipment, and related expenses;

(3) Purchase or provision of services to individuals served by the project or program;

(4) Costs of administration and other indirect costs of the project or program, subject to such limitations as are set forth in the Bureau of the Budget Circular A-87, and as the Administrator may establish; and

(5) Such other items as are included in the approved application.

(c) Expenditures shall be in connection with the conduct of the project or program as approved. $ 270.90 Reports and records.

The grantee shall make reports to the Administrator in such form and containing such information as may reasonably be necessary to enable the Administrator to perform his functions under this subpart, and shall keep such records and afford such access thereto as the Administrator may find necessary to assure the correctness and verification of such reports. $ 270.91 Fiscal and auditing procedures.

(a) Fiscal procedures. The grantee shall provide for such fiscal control and fund accounting procedures as are necessary to assure proper disbursement of, and accounting for, the Federal funds paid to it. Accounts and supporting documents relating to project or program expenditures shall be adequate to permit an accurate and expeditious audit.

(b) Auditing procedures. Each grantee shall make appropriate provisions for the

auditing of project or program expend (Public Law 90-577), a State, as defined iture records and such records as well in section 102 of that Act, will not be as the audit reports shall be available to held accountable for interest earned on auditors of the Federal Government. grant funds pending their disbursement $ 270.92 Retention of records.

for program purposes. A State, as defined

in the Intergovernmental Cooperation (a) General rule. Grantees are re

Act, section 102, means any one of the quired to maintain grant accounting rec several States, the District of Columbia, ords, identifiable by grant number, until Puerto Rico, any territory or possession audit by or on behalf of the Depart of the United States, or any agency or ment or for 5 years after the end of the instrumentality of a State, but does not budget period, whichever is the lesser.

include the governments of the political Original documents, such as invoices, subdivisions of the State. All other checks, time records, and payrolls in grantees must return to the Service all support of direct costs, may be retained interest earned on grant funds. in grant files or in the grantees' regular files provided the grantees' accounting

$ 270.95 Termination. records contain adequate references for A grant may be terminated in whole identifying and locating the original doc or in part at any time at the discretion uments. However, in all cases records of the Administrator. Noncancelable obshall be retained until resolution of audit ligations properly incurred prior to the questions relating to individual grants. receipt of the notice of termination will

(b) Inventories of equipment. Where be honored. The grantee shall be equipment which costs $300 or more per promptly notified of such termination in item is purchased by the grantee, in writing and given the reasons therefor. ventories and other records supporting accountability shall be maintained until

Subpart F-Construction the grantee is notified of the completion $ 270.100 Purpose. of the Department's review and audit

Grants under this subpart are availcovering the disposition of such equip

able to pay part of the cost of construcment. Such equipment may not be sold

tion of community-based, unusual, and or exchanged for unlike equipment prior

special purpose or innovative facilities to the expiration of its useful life or the

for the rehabilitation of delinquent expiration of the project period and all

youth and those in danger of becoming extensions thereof, whichever occurs

delinquent. first.

$ 270.101 Eligibility. $ 270.93 Publications and copyrights.

(a) In States having a State plan ap(a) Publications. Grantees under this

proved under section 131 of the Act, subpart may publish the results of any

grants are available, upon application to project or program without prior review

the State agency administering the plan, by the Service, provided that such publi

to any county, municipality, or other cations carry an acknowledgement of as local public agency

combination sistance received under the Act, and a

thereof. statement that the claimed findings and

(b) In States without such a plan, conclusions do not necessarily reflect the

grants are available, upon application to views of the Service, and provided that

the Service, to any State, county, municicopies of the publications are furnished

pality, or other public agency or comto the Service.

bination thereof. (b) Copyright. Where the grant-supported activity results in a book or other $ 270.102 Matching requirements. copyrightable material, the grantee is

(a) Federal financial participation free to copyright, but the Service reserves under this Subpart may not exceed 50 a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevo

percent of the total cost of the construccable license to reproduce, publish, trans

tion. Services, space or materials donated late, or otherwise use, and to authorize

to the project may not be included as a others to use, all copyrightable or copy

grantee contribution to the cost of the righted material resulting from the

project or program. Grantee funds or grant-supported activity.

services derived from other Federal funds $ 270.94 Interest.

or used for matching other Federal Pursuant to section 203 of the Inter

grants may not be used to match the

Federal funds in this program except as governmental Cooperation Act of 1968

or

otherwise specifically allowed by Fed essed by the Service for submission to a eral statute.

Technical Advisory Committee appointed (b) The application must contain as by the Administrator, which evaluates surances that the Federal grant funds for them in the light of the criteria stated in construction will be used to supplement $ 270.107. The applicant may be reand, to the extent practicable, increase quested to submit additional information the level of funds that would otherwise either before or after consideration of the be made available by the State or locality application. The Technical Advisory for this purpose and that the Federal Committee makes recommendations to funds will not supplant such non-Federal the Administrator, who determines the funds.

action to be taken with respect to each (c) If an Indian tribe applying di application, and notifies the State rectly to the Service under $ 270.101(a) agency, or, in the case of direct applicadoes not have sufficient funds available tions, the applicant accordingly. to meet the non-Federal share of the (d) Any proposed amendments to an cost of a project under this subpart, the approved application in a State with an Administrator may increase the Federal approved State plan shall be submitted share of the cost to the extent necessary. in writing, in advance to the State An application from an Indian tribe re agency, which will evaluate it and forquesting an increased Federal share ward it to the Adminstrator for concurmust be accompanied by a complete fi rence. Any major proposed amendments nancial statement substantiating its in to an application approved directly by ability to meet the non-Federal share the Service shall be submitted in writing, requirement.

in advance to the Administrator. No $ 270.103 Use of funds.

changes shall be put into effect without

the approval of the Administrator. (a) Project funds, Federal and match

(e) The application shall be executed ing, may be used for:

by an individual authorized to act for the (1) Construction of new buildings. applicant and to assume on behalf of the (2) Acquisition of existing buildings. applicant the obligations imposed by the

(3) Expansion, remodeling or altera terms and conditions of any award, tion of existing buildings.

including this subpart. (4) Initial equipment for such buildings.

$ 270.105 Application content. (b) Project funds, Federal and match (a) An application for funds under ing, may not be used for:

this subpart shall contain the following (1) Purchase of land.

information: (2) Off-site improvements.

(1) A description of the applicant's

financial resources for the project, both $ 270.104 Application and review pro for the facility itself and the program to cedures.

be operated in the facility. (a) Applications directly to the Service

(2) A statement of need for the projshall be submitted in such form and con

ect or program. taining such information as the Admin

(3) A description of the applicant's istrator may prescribe, including the re

existing and proposed program of quirements of $ 270.105.

services. (b) Applications to States having an

(4) A description of the existing and approved State plan shall be submitted in

the proposed staffing plans. such form and containing such informa

(5) A description of the relationship tion as the State agency and the Admin of the applicant agency to other State or istrator may prescribe, including the local services for delinquent youth and requirements of $ 270.105. Such applica

those in danger of becoming delinquent. tions shall be considered by the agency

(6) A description of the relationship and evaluated in the light of the prior

of the project or program to any compreities for rehabilitation activities stated in hensive juvenile delinquency plan, and the State plan and the criteria stated in any plan developed under any other Act $ 270.107. Applications which the State which is related to the purposes of this agency determines to fund shall be sub Act. mitted to the Service for review and (7) A description of community supconcurrence.

port for the project or program. (c) All applications which meet the (8) A description of the resources and legal requirements for a grant are proc services of public and private agencies

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