45 CFR 309.155 - What uses of Tribal IV-D program funds are not allowable?

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§ 309.155 What uses of Tribal IV-D program funds are not allowable?
Federal IV-D funds may not be used for:
(a) Activities related to administering other programs, including those under the Social Security Act;
(b) Construction and major renovations;
(c) Any expenditures that have been reimbursed by fees or costs collected, including any fee collected from a State;
(d) Expenditures for jailing of parents in Tribal IV-D cases;
(e) The cost of legal counsel for indigent defendants in Tribal IV-D program actions;
(f) The cost of guardians ad litem in Tribal IV-D cases; and
(g) All other costs that are not reasonable, necessary, and allocable to Tribal IV-D programs, under the costs principles in OMB Circular A-87.

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