Idaho Admin. Code r. 26.01.33.300 - FUND ALLOCATION

01. Administration Costs. Idaho's cost of administering the SCORP program, the LWCF program and a contingency fund are deducted from the state's annual apportionment. The remaining funds are divided fifty percent (50%) for local governmental agencies and fifty percent (50%) for state agencies. This standard may be altered in any year at the discretion of the board. (3-18-22)
02. Allocation by Population. (3-18-22)
a. To assure that the needs of rural areas are met, twenty percent (20%) of the amount dedicated for local governmental agencies is dedicated for use by governmental agencies of five thousand (5,000) population or less. If the cumulative request of the governmental agencies of five thousand (5,000) population or less is more than the twenty percent (20%) of the amount dedicated for local governmental agencies, governmental agencies of five thousand (5,000) population or less may compete for the total remaining allocation. (3-18-22)
b. If the total cost for a single project of a governmental agency with a population of five thousand (5,000) or less requires over one-half (1/2) of the twenty percent (20%) dedicated for use by governmental agencies of five thousand (5,000) population or less, that project will compete with the large governmental agency projects. (3-18-22)
c. The board may suspend (through formal action at the board meeting at which LWCF grant requests are considered) any provision of this section if the allocation is too small to warrant viable projects. (3-18-22)
03. Less Than Full Distribution. The board is not required to distribute all available funds. The Department may recommend, and the board determine, to reject projects with evaluation scores so low as to be noncompetitive. (3-18-22)
04. Cost Overruns. Twenty percent (20%) of the total allocation may be held out for needed cost overruns. Any unused funds at the end of the funding cycle are obligated through the normal process. (3-18-22)

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Idaho Admin. Code r. 26.01.33.300

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