45 CFR 309.150 - What start-up costs are allowable for Tribal IV-D programs carried out under

§ 309.150 What start-up costs are allowable for Tribal IV-D programs carried out under § 309.65(b) of this part?
Federal funds are available for costs of developing a Tribal IV-D program, provided that such costs are reasonable, necessary, and allocable to the program. Federal funding for Tribal IV-D program development under § 309.65(b) may not exceed a total of $500,000, unless additional funding is provided pursuant to § 309.16(c). Allowable start-up costs and activities include:
(a) Planning for the initial development and implementation of a Tribal IV-D program;
(b) Developing Tribal IV-D laws, codes, guidelines, systems, and procedures;
(c) Recruiting, hiring, and training Tribal IV-D program staff; and
(d) Any other reasonable, necessary, and allocable costs with a direct correlation to the initial development of a Tribal IV-D program, consistent with the cost principles in OMB Circular A-87, and approved by the Secretary.

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