14 CFR § 152.113 - Application requirements: Airport planning.
(a) Application for Federal assistance. An eligible sponsor or planning agency that desires to obtain Federal aid for eligible airport master planning or airport system planning must submit an application for Federal assistance, on a form and in a manner prescribed by the Administrator, to the appropriate FAA Airports District Office or Airports Field Office having jurisdiction over the area where the sponsor or planning agency is located or, where there is no such office, the Regional Office having that jurisdiction.
(1) Any comments or statements required by appendix E, Procedures Implementing Office of Management and Budget Circular A-95, to this part.
(2) Budget (project costs) information subdivided into the following functions, as appropriate, and the basis for computation of these costs:
(i) Third party contracts.
(iii) Administrative costs.
(3) A program narrative describing the proposed planning project including -
(i) The objective;
(ii) The results and benefits expected;
(iii) A Work Statement including -
(A) A detailed description of each work element;
(B) A list of each organization, consultant, and key individual who will work on the planning project, and the nature of the contribution of each; and
(C) A proposed schedule of work accomplishment; and
(iv) The geographic location of the airport or the boundaries of the planning area.
(i) An assurance that adequate, competent personnel are available to satisfactorily accomplish the proposed planning project, and
(ii) A description of the qualifications of the key personnel.
(5) If cosponsors are not willing to assume, jointly, and severally, the obligations imposed on them by this part and the grant agreement, a statement satisfactory to the Administrator indicating -
(ii) The obligations each will assume to the United States; and
(7) The applicable assurances required by appendix D of this part.
(c) Additional documentation. The Administrator may request additional documentation as needed to support a master plan or system plan, or to comply with other Federal and local requirements as they pertain to the requested plan.
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