Iowa Admin. Code r. 427-22.3 - [Rescinded]
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022
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427—22.3(216A) Apportionment distribution.
22.3(1) Iowa apportionment. There is appropriated to DCAA from the fund created by Iowa Code section 8.41, subsection 1, funds to implement the community services block grant as described under Public Law 97-35, Title VI, Subtitle B, as amended. The agency shall expend the funds appropriated as provided in the federal law, making the funds available in conformance with these rules.
22.3(2) Distribution to eligible entities. An amount no less than 96 percent of the funds received according to subrule 22.3(1) shall be distributed to eligible entities in accordance with 1994 Iowa Acts, chapter 1194. The administrator of the division of community action agencies of the department of human rights shall allocate not less than 96 percent of the amount of the block grant to eligible community action agencies for programs benefiting low-income persons. Each eligible agency shall receive a minimum allocation of no less than $100,000. The minimum allocation shall be achieved by proportionately redistributing increased funds from agencies experiencing a greater share of available funds. The remaining funds shall be distributed on the basis of the poverty-level population in the area represented by the community action agencies compared to the size of the poverty-level population in the state as established by the federal poverty guidelines as published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
22.3(3) Poverty-level population. The state shall use U.S. census statistics to determine the poverty-level population in each community action area.
22.3(4) State administrative fees. DCAA shall reserve for its administrative expenses of the program no more than 4 percent of the state’s apportioned amount described in subrule 22.3(1).
22.3(5) Local share. There shall be no local share required under this program.