23 CFR 1335.12 - Contents of application.

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§ 1335.12 Contents of application.
(a) Start-up grant. An application for a start-up grant under § 1335.7(a) shall certify that the State—
(1) Does not meet the requirements of § 1335.7 (b) or (c) of this part; and
(2) Will use the grant funds to conduct activities necessary to qualify for a grant under § 1335.7 (b) or (c) of this part in the next fiscal year.
(b) Initiation grant. An application for an initiation grant under § 1335.7(b) shall—
(1) Certify that the State has established a coordinating committee, and include the name, title and organizational affiliation of each member of the coordinating committee;
(2) Certify that the State has conducted or updated an assessment within the last five years, and submit a copy of the assessment and any updates of the assessment; and
(3) Certify that the State has initiated the development of a strategic plan, with the supervision and approval of the coordinating committee.
(c) Implementation grant.
(1) An application for an implementation grant under § 1335.7(c), if the State has not received an initiation or an implementation grant under this part in a previous fiscal year, shall—
(i) Certify that the State has established a coordinating committee, and include the name, title and organizational affiliation of each member of the coordinating committee;
(ii) Certify that the State has conducted or updated an assessment within the last five years, and submit a copy of the assessment and any updates of the assessment;
(iii) Submit a strategic plan that specifies how the grant funds awarded to the State under this part for the fiscal year will be used to address the needs and goals identified in the plan; and
(iv) Certify that the coordinating committee continues to operate and supports the strategic plan.
(2) An application for an implementation grant under § 1335.7(c), if the State has received an initiation or an implementation grant under this part in a previous fiscal year, shall—
(i) Certify that the coordinating committee continues to operate and supports the strategic plan and identify any changes to the membership of the coordinating committee;
(ii) Submit a strategic plan or an update to the plan that specifies how the grant funds awarded to the State under this part for the fiscal year will be used to address the needs and goals identified in the plan; and
(iii) Report on the progress of the State in implementing the strategic plan since the State's previous application.
(d) Any grant under this part. An application for a grant under § 1335.7 (a), (b), or (c) of this part shall certify that the State will:
(1) Use the funds awarded under 23 U.S.C. 411 only to adopt and implement an effective highway safety data and traffic records program, in accordance with 23 CFR 1335.10(b);
(2) Administer the funds in accordance with 49 CFR part 18 and OMB Circulars A-102 and A-87; and
(3) Maintain its aggregate expenditures from all other sources, except those authorized under Chapter 1 of Title 23 of the United States Code, for highway safety data and traffic records programs at or above the average level of such expenditures in Federal fiscal years 1996 and 1997 (either State or federal fiscal year 1996 and 1997 can be used).
[63 FR 54048, Oct. 8, 1998, as amended at 65 FR 48911, Aug. 10, 2000]

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