25 CFR 20.202 - What is a tribal redesign plan?

§ 20.202 What is a tribal redesign plan?
If you are a tribe administering a general assistance program, you can develop and submit to us a tribal redesign plan to change the way that you administer the program.
(a) A tribal redesign plan allows a tribe to:
(1) Change eligibility for general assistance in the service area; or
(2) Change the amount of general assistance payments for individuals within the service area.
(b) If you develop a tribal redesign plan it must:
(1) Treat all persons in the same situation equally; and
(2) Will not result in additional expenses for the Bureau solely because of any increased level of payments.

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