13 CFR Part 119 - PROGRAM FOR INVESTMENT IN MICROENTREPRENEURS (“PRIME” OR “THE ACT”)
- § 119.1 What is the Program for Investment in Microentrepreneurs (“PRIME” or “the Act”)?
- § 119.2 Definitions.
- § 119.3 What types of organizations are eligible for PRIME grants?
- § 119.4 What services or activities must PRIME grant funds be used for?
- § 119.5 How are PRIME grant awards allocated?
- § 119.6 What are the minimum and maximum amounts for an award?
- § 119.7 How long and in what amounts will grant funding be available to a single grantee?
- § 119.8 Are there matching requirements for grantees?
- § 119.9 How will a qualified organization apply for PRIME grant awards?
- § 119.10 Will SBA give preferential consideration to other SBA program participants?
- § 119.11 What information will be requested in an application under the PRIME program?
- § 119.12 What criteria will SBA use to evaluate applications for funding under the PRIME program?
- § 119.13 How will an applicant make a subgrant?
- § 119.14 Are there limitations regarding the use of program income?
- § 119.15 If a grantee is unable to spend the entire amount allotted for a single fiscal year, can the funds be carried over to the next year?
- § 119.16 What are the reporting, record keeping, and related requirements for grantees?
- § 119.17 What types of oversight will SBA provide to grantees?
- § 119.18 What are the restrictions against lobbying?
- § 119.19 Is fundraising an allowable expense under the PRIME program?
- § 119.20 Should grantees and subgrantees raise conflict of interest matters with SBA?
Title 13 published on 2015-10-16.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 13 CFR Part 119.