34 CFR 366.24 - How is an award made to a new center?
(a) To apply for a grant as a new center, an eligible agency shall -
(1) Meet the requirements of § 366.2(b);
(2) Submit an application that meets the requirements of § 366.21; and
(3) Meet the requirements of this section.
(b) Subject to the order of priorities established in § 366.22, a grant for a new center may be awarded to the most qualified eligible agency that applies for funds under this section, if -
(i) No center serves a geographic area of a State; or
(ii) A geographic area of a State is underserved by centers serving other areas of the State;
(2) The eligible agency proposes to serve the geographic area that is unserved or underserved in the State; and
(3) The increase in the allotment of the State under section 721 of the Act for a fiscal year, as compared with the immediately preceding fiscal year, is sufficient to support an additional center in the State.
(c) The establishment of a new center under this subpart must be consistent with the design included in the State plan pursuant to 34 CFR 364.25 for establishing a statewide network of centers.
(d) An applicant may satisfy the requirements of paragraph (c) of this section by submitting appropriate documentation demonstrating that the establishment of a new center is consistent with the design in the State plan required by 34 CFR 364.25.
- 34 CFR 366.25 — What Additional Factor Does the Secretary Use in Making a Grant for a New Center Under § 366.24?
- 34 CFR 366.23 — What Grants Must Be Made to Existing Eligible Agencies?
- 34 CFR 366.2 — What Agencies Are Eligible for Assistance Under the CIL Program?
- 34 CFR 366.37 — What Procedures Does the Director of the DSU (Director) Use in Making a Grant for a New Center?