01. Procedure. To be considered for a grant, a sponsor must follow the procedural requirements, file a completed grant application form prior to the stated deadline, propose an eligible project, and submit all other documentation specified in this rule. (3-18-22)
02. Review for Completeness and Eligibility. Materials submitted by the sponsor are reviewed by the Department for completeness and for project eligibility. (3-18-22)
03. LWCF Advisory Committee Rating. The LWCF Advisory Committee rates projects and assists the Department in making funding priority recommendations to the Idaho Park and Recreation Board. To objectively rate competing eligible projects, the committee considers the application, the presentation by the sponsor, and how the project meets the OPSP criteria and established priorities. (3-18-22)
04. Board and NPS Approval. The board reviews and approves a priority list for submission to NPS. Applications are submitted to NPS according to priority after LWCF moneys have been appropriated by Congress and allocated to the state. (3-18-22)
05. Grant Agreement. Upon approval of a grant application by NPS, the Department will present the sponsor with a grant agreement that identifies eligible costs and obligates the sponsor to a specified project scope. The sponsor must sign the agreement prior to initiating work on the project. The signed agreement obligates the sponsor to complete all elements of the project as described in the agreement and any applicable approved amendment. The signed agreement must include a proclamation from the sponsor's governing body committing the project and the sponsor to LWCF requirements in perpetuity. (3-18-22)


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