44 CFR 152.3 - Availability of funds.

§ 152.3 Availability of funds.

(a) Fire departments that have received funding under the Assistance to Firefighter Grant Program in previous years are eligible to apply for funding in the current year. However, due to our responsibilities under this program to assure adequate distribution of awards amongst certain types of departments (career, combination and volunteer) and certain types of communities (urban, suburban or rural) as well as an equitable geographic distribution, we reserve the right to fund or not to fund previous recipients of grants under this program in order for us to fulfill these responsibilities.

(b) No applicant can receive more than $750,000 in Federal grant funds under this program in any fiscal year.

(c) No applicant can submit more than one application per fiscal year. Applicants that submit multiple applications will have each of their applications deemed ineligible.

(d) The scoring of the applications will determine the distribution of the funding across the eligible programs. Notwithstanding anything in this part, no more than twenty-five (25) percent of the funds appropriated for grants shall be used to assist grant recipients to purchase firefighting vehicles and not less than five (5) percent of the funds shall be used for fire prevention programs.

(e) We will not provide assistance under this part for activities for which another Federal agency has more specific or primary authority to provide assistance for the same purpose. We may disallow or recoup amounts that fall within other Federal agency's authority.

This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 15 - COMMERCE AND TRADE

§ 2201 - Congressional findings

§ 2202 - Declaration of purpose

§ 2203 - Definitions

§ 2204 - United States Fire Administration

§ 2205 - Public education

§ 2206 - National Academy for Fire Prevention and Control

§ 2207 - Fire technology

§ 2208 - National Fire Data Center

§ 2209 - Master plans

§ 2210 - Reimbursement for costs of firefighting on Federal property

§ 2211 - Review of fire prevention codes

§ 2212 - Fire safety effectiveness statements

§ 2213 - Annual conference

§ 2214 - Public safety awards

§ 2215 - Reports to Congress and President

§ 2216 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 2217 - Public access to information

§ 2218 - Administrative provisions

§ 2219 - Assistance to Consumer Product Safety Commission

§ 2220 - Arson prevention, detection, and control

§ 2221 - Arson prevention grants

§ 2222 - Repealed. Pub. L. 106–503, title I, § 110(a)(1)(B), Nov. 13, 2000, 114 Stat. 2302

§ 2223a - Review

§ 2223b - Working group

§ 2223c - Report and recommendations

§ 2223d - Annual revision of recommendations

§ 2223e - “Emergency response personnel” defined

§ 2224 - Listings of places of public accommodation

§ 2225 - Fire prevention and control guidelines for places of public accommodation

§ 2225a - Prohibiting Federal funding of conferences held at non-certified places of public accommodation

§ 2226 - Dissemination of fire prevention and control information

§ 2227 - Fire safety systems in federally assisted buildings

§ 2228 - CPR training

§ 2229 - Firefighter assistance

§ 2229a - Staffing for adequate fire and emergency response

§ 2230 - Surplus and excess Federal equipment

§ 2231 - Cooperative agreements with Federal facilities

§ 2232 - Burn research

§ 2233 - Removal of civil liability barriers that discourage the donation of fire equipment to volunteer fire companies

§ 2234 - Encouraging adoption of standards for firefighter health and safety