25 CFR Part 900, Subpart E - Declination Procedures
- § 900.20 — What does this subpart cover?
- § 900.21 — When can a proposal be declined?
- § 900.22 — For what reasons can the Secretary decline a proposal?
- § 900.23 — Can the Secretary decline a proposal where the Secretary's objection can be overcome through the contract?
- § 900.24 — Can a contract proposal for an Indian tribe or tribal organization's share of administrative programs, functions, services, and activities be declined for any reason other than the five reasons specified in § 900.22?
- § 900.25 — What if only a portion of a proposal raises one of the five declination criteria?
- § 900.26 — What happens if the Secretary declines a part of a proposal on the ground that the proposal proposes in part to plan, conduct, or administer a program, function, service or activity that is beyond the scope of programs covered under section 102(a) of the Act, or proposes a level of funding that is in excess of the applicable level determined under section 106(a) of the Act?
- § 900.27 — If an Indian tribe or tribal organization elects to contract for a severable portion of a proposal, does the Indian tribe or tribal organization lose its appeal rights to challenge the portion of the proposal that was declined?
- § 900.28 — Is technical assistance available to an Indian tribe or tribal organization to avoid declination of a proposal?
- § 900.29 — What is the Secretary required to do if the Secretary decides to decline all or a portion of a proposal?
- § 900.30 — When the Secretary declines all or a portion of a proposal, is the Secretary required to provide an Indian tribe or tribal organization with technical assistance?
- § 900.31 — When the Secretary declines all or a portion of a proposal, is an Indian tribe or tribal organization entitled to any appeal?
- § 900.32 — Can the Secretary decline an Indian tribe or tribal organization's proposed successor annual funding agreement?
- § 900.33 — Are all proposals to renew term contracts subject to the declination criteria?
Title 25 published on 2014-04-01
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