25 CFR 170.927 - How can FEMA Program funds be used to repair damage?

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§ 170.927 How can FEMA Program funds be used to repair damage?
(a) A tribe can request FEMA Program funds for emergency repairs to damaged roads not on the IRR System if the President has declared a major disaster or emergency. The tribe makes the request by submitting an SF 424, Application for Federal Assistance, directly to FEMA, as described in FEMA Response and Recovery Directorate 9512.4 (Dec. 28, 1999).
(b) Tribes can ask States to seek FEMA Program funds to repair damage to roads not on the IRR System.

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