45 CFR 286.45 - What uses of Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds are improper?

§ 286.45 What uses of Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds are improper?
(a) A Tribe may not use Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds to provide assistance to:
(1) Families or individuals that do not otherwise meet the eligibility criteria contained in the Tribal Family Assistance Plan (TFAP); or
(2) For more than the number of months as specified in a Tribe's TFAP (unless covered by a hardship exemption); or
(3) Individuals who are not citizens of the United States or qualified aliens or who do not otherwise meet the definition of “eligible families” at § 286.5.
(b) Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds may not be used to contribute to or to subsidize non-TANF programs.
(c) A Tribe may not use Tribal Family Assistance Grant funds for services or activities prohibited by OMB Circular A-87.
(d) All provisions in OMB Circular A-133 and in 45 CFR part 92 are applicable to the Tribal TANF program.
(e) Tribal TANF funds may not be used for the construction or purchase of facilities or buildings.
(f) Tribes must use program income generated by the Tribal Family Assistance grant for the purposes of the TANF program and for allowable TANF services, activities and assistance.

Title 45 published on 2013-10-01

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