Section 10015 - Procedures for Applying for Discretionary Environmental Enforcement and Training Act Grants (California Code of Regulations)

§ 10015. Procedures for Applying for Discretionary Environmental Enforcement and Training Act Grants

(a) To apply for an enforcement and training grant under this program, qualified entities must complete an application as specified by the Secretary. The application will require the following information:

(1) The organization's name, physical mailing address and post office box, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail and web page addresses.

(2) The application must be signed by a person duly authorized by the applicant organization and provide the authorized person's telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.

(3) The name of the person with day-to-day responsibility for the project (if different from authorized representative) and that person's telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.

(4) A narrative/work plan that describes the applicant's proposed project. The narrative/work plan must contain the following information:

(A) Identify the environmental enforcement and/or training objectives to be addressed by the project.

(B) Identify the enforcement and/or training target audience.

(C) Identify the environmental statutes/acts addressed by the project.

(D) Provide a concise introduction that states the nature of the organization including documentation to support the organizations non-profit status.

(E) Identify how long the organization has been in existence.

(F) Describe how the organization has been successful in the past.

(G) Describe the environmental justice component of the program required by Section 10016(b)(3), or the reason(s) such a component is not included in the project.

(H) Provide project completion plans/time frames, and expected results.

(I) Provide a conclusion discussing how the applicant will evaluate and measure the success of the project, including the anticipated benefits and challenges in implementing the project.

(J) Provide budget figures/projections to support the work-plan narrative.

(K) Provide a succinct explanation of how the project may serve as a model in other settings.

(L) Provide an appendix with resumes of key personnel who will be significantly involved in the project, including the project lead.

(M) Provide letter(s) of commitment if your proposed project includes the significant involvement of other organizations.

(1. New section filed 8-7-2003; operative 9-6-2003 (Register 2003, No. 32).)

Note: Authority cited: Section 14301, Penal Code. Reference: Sections 14301(c), 14314(c), 14301(d), 14309(c)(1), 14306(a), 14307(a), 14308(a), 14308(b) and 14314(d)(1), Penal Code.

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