Haw. Code R. § 10-6.1-2 - Native Hawaiian development program structure

Current through February, 2022

(a) The native Hawaiian development program shall have a hierarchical structure of goals, objectives, and action plans. The primary goal of the native Hawaiian development program shall be to increase the self-sufficiency and self-determination of native Hawaiian individuals and native Hawaiian communities. Additional related goals may also be established by the commission. Objectives shall be established delineating a comprehensive strategy for reaching the goals. The department shall develop action plans to achieve the objectives. Each action plan may have several implementing mechanisms such as grants, scholarships, loans, technical assistance, and partnerships.
(b) The goals, objectives, and action plans offered during a given fiscal year shall be detailed in a native Hawaiian development program plan. The native Hawaiian development program plan shall cover two fiscal years and shall be approved by the commission before the beginning of each fiscal biennium. The department shall seek community input and participation in its development of the native Hawaiian development program plan.

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Haw. Code R. § 10-6.1-2
[Eff and comp 10/26/98] (Auth: HHC Act §222) (Imp: HHC Act §222)

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