(4) Percentage of project cost matched by other non-IRR Program funds (projects with a greater percentage of other matched funds rank ahead of lesser matches);
(5) Amount of funds requested (smaller requests receive greater priority);
(6) Challenges caused by geographic isolation; and
(7) All weather access for: employment, commerce, health, safety, educational resources, and housing.
(b) Funding is limited to the estimated cost of repairing damage to the IRR transportation facility up to a maximum of $1 million per application.
(c) A project submitted as an emergency/disaster must be at least 10 percent of a tribe's relative need distribution.
(d)BIA's regional roads engineer or the tribe, if it has plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E) approval authority will certify the cost estimate in approving the plans, specifications, and estimates for the IRRHPP.
(e) The Project Scoring Matrix is found in appendix A to subpart C.
Title 25 published on 2014-04-01.
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