Section 10054 - Grant Application Procedures (California Code of Regulations)

§ 10054. Grant Application Procedures

(a) In order to receive grant funds for activities set forth under Section 71116 of the Public Resources Code, applicants shall complete an application process in accordance with the following requirements:

(1) Applicants shall submit an application and a narrative/work plan:

(A) The narrative/work plan shall describe the applicant's proposed project.

(B) The narrative/work plan shall be used as the primary basis for fund allocation. Work plans shall be submitted to the Secretary in accordance with timelines established by the Secretary.

(C) The narrative/work plan shall contain the following information:

1.Identify the environmental justice issue(s) to be addressed by the project.

2.Identify the environmental justice community/target audience.

3.Identify the program goal that the project shall meet and how it shall meet it.

4.Provide an explanation of how the project may serve as a model in other settings.

5.Provide an introduction that states the nature of the applicant's organization.

6.Identify how long the organization has been in existence.

7.Describe how the organization has been successful in the past.

8.Provide project completion plans/time frames, and expected results.

9.Provide a project description that describes how the applicant is community-based and/or plans to involve the target audience in the project.

10.Provide a conclusion discussing how the applicant shall evaluate and measure the success of the project, including the anticipated benefits and challenges in implementing the project.

11.Include an appendix with resumes of up to three key personnel who shall be significantly involved in the project, including the project lead.

12.If the proposed project includes the significant involvement of other community organizations, applicants must include letter(s) of commitment from these organizations.

13.Provide documentation to support the organization's non-profit status or proof of federal recognition of tribal status.

14.Provide budget figures/projections to justify the requested award amount.

(D) The application shall contain the following required information:

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

2.The application must be signed by a person duly authorized by the applicant's 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.

(1. New section filed 4-1-2004; operative 4-1-2004 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2004, No. 14).)

Note: Authority cited: Section 71116, Public Resources Code. Reference: Section 71116(a)(1), Public Resources Code.

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