Haw. Code R. § 10-6.1-3 - Native Hawaiian development program plan content

Current through February, 2022

(a) The native Hawaiian development program plan shall specify the goals, objectives, action plans, and implementing mechanisms applicable during the fiscal biennium covered by the plan.
(b) The department may utilize the following resources to establish the goals, objectives, action plans, and implementing mechanisms contained within the native Hawaiian development program plan:
(1) An assessment of the needs of the native Hawaiian community based on a review of social and economic data on native Hawaiians and assessments provided by native Hawaiian community groups;
(2) A written questionnaire survey of Hawaiian agencies, organizations, and community groups to obtain their opinion of the needs of the native Hawaiian community and their recommendations for objectives, programs, and the type of assistance to meet such needs;
(3) An assessment of the feasibility and practicality of offering a given program or type of assistance; and
(4) An assessment of the progress made toward previously established goals, objectives, and programs.
(c) The native Hawaiian development program plan shall specify for each action plan:
(1) A statement of the objectives;
(2) A general description of the implementing mechanisms; and
(3) Where applicable, eligibility requirements, application procedures, and selection criteria.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 10-6.1-3
[Eff and comp 10/26/98] (Auth: HHC Act §222) (Imp: HHC Act §222)

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