(a)Letter of conditions. The Agency will notify the approved applicant in writing, setting out the conditions under which the grant will be made. The notice will include those matters necessary to ensure that the proposed grant is completed in accordance with the terms of the scope of work and budget, that grant funds are expended for the feasibility study, and that the applicable requirements prescribed in the relevant Departmental regulations are complied with. The Letter of Conditions will be sent to the applicant.
(b)Applicant's intent to meet conditions. Upon reviewing the conditions and requirements in the Letter of Conditions, the applicant must complete, sign and return a Form RD 1942-46, “Letter of Intent to Meet Conditions,” to the Agency; or if certain conditions cannot be met, the applicant may propose alternate conditions to the Agency. The Agency must concur with any changes proposed to the Letter of Conditions by the applicant before the application will be further processed.
(c)Forms and certifications. The forms specified in paragraphs (c)(1) through (c)(6) of this section will be attached to the letter of conditions referenced in paragraph (a) of this section. The forms specified in paragraphs (c)(1) through (c)(5) of this section and all of the certifications must be submitted prior to grant approval. The form specified in paragraph (c)(6), which is to be completed by the contractor (if any), does not need to be returned to the Agency, but must be kept on file.
(1) Form AD-1047.
(2) Form AD-1049.
(3) Either Form SF-LLL or Exhibit A-1 of RD Instruction 1940-Q.
(4) Form RD 400-1.
(5) Form RD 400-4.
(6) Form AD-1048.
(d)Grant approval. The applicant will be sent a copy of the executed Form RD 1940-1, the approved scope of work, and Form RD 4280-2. Form RD 1940-1 must be signed by the applicant.
(e)Grant agreement. Prior to grant disbursement, but after grant obligation, the applicant must complete, sign, and return Form RD 4280-2. The grantee must abide by all requirements contained in Form RD 4280-2, this subpart, and any other applicable Federal statutes or regulations. Failure to follow these requirements may result in termination of the grant and adoption of other available remedies.
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