45 CFR 270.13 - What do States need to know about the use of bonus funds?

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§ 270.13 What do States need to know about the use of bonus funds?
(a) A State must use bonus award funds to carry out the purposes of the TANF block grant as specified in section 401 (Purpose) and section 404 (Use of Grants) of the Act.
(b) As applicable, these funds are subject to the requirements in and limitations of sections 404 and 408 of the Act and § 263.11 of this chapter.
(c) For Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa, the bonus award funds are not subject to the mandatory ceilings on funding established in section 1108(c)(4) of the Act.
(d) States must report quarterly on the use of the bonus funds.

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