13 CFR 301.7 - Investment Assistance application.

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§ 301.7 Investment Assistance application. Link to an amendment published at 79 FR 76126, Dec. 19, 2014.
(a) The EDA Investment Assistance process begins with the submission of an Investment Assistance application. TheApplication for Investment Assistance (Form ED-900 or any successor form) may be obtained from EDA's Internet Web site at http://www.eda.gov or from the appropriate regional office. EDA generally accepts applications on a competitive and continuing basis to respond to market forces in Regional economies. The timing with which competitive investment opportunities arise, as determined by the criteria set forth in § 301.8, paired with the availability of funds in a given fiscal year, will affect EDA's ability to participate in any given Project. EDA will evaluate all applications using the criteria set forth in § 301.8 and will:
(1) Return the application to the applicant for specified deficiencies and suggest resubmission upon corrections; or
(2) Deny the application for specifically stated reasons and notify the applicant.
(b) PWEDA does not require nor does EDA provide an appeals process for denial of applications or EDA Investment Assistance.
[75 FR 4262, Jan. 27, 2010]
Effective Date Note:
At 79 FR 76126, Dec. 19, 2014, § 301.7(a) was revised, effective Jan. 20, 2015. For the convenience of the user, the revised text is set forth as follows:
§ 301.7 Investment Assistance application.
(a) The EDA Investment Assistance process begins with the submission of an application. TheApplication for Investment Assistance (Form ED-900 or any successor form) may be obtained electronically from http://www.grants.gov or from the appropriate regional office. In general, EDA accepts applications on a continuing basis and competitively evaluates all applications received in quarterly funding cycles throughout the fiscal year. Subject to the availability of funds, the timing in which EDA receives complete and competitive applications affects EDA's ability to participate in a given Project. EDA will evaluate all applications in accord with the criteria set forth in the applicable FFO and in § 301.8 and will:
(1) Return the application to the applicant for specified deficiencies and suggest resubmission after corrections are made; or
(2) Deny the application for specifically stated reasons and notify the applicant.

Title 13 published on 2015-01-01.

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