Iowa Admin. Code r. 427-22.6 - [Rescinded]
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022
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427—22.6(216A) Review and approval of community action plans.
22.6(1) Compliance review. All activities proposed for funding shall be reviewed by community services block grant personnel for:
a. Compliance with the specific purposes outlined in rule 22.1(216A);
b. Inclusion of assurances that the applicant will conduct the program in compliance with all applicable laws;
c. Inclusion and proper completion of all forms and instructions included in the request for community action plans; and
d. Compliance with subrule 22.4(2) relative to obtaining an accounting system certification.
22.6(2) Performance. Approval of community action plans is dependent on the satisfactory performance of the applicant in the past funding year(s). The minimum standards include: timely and adequate expenditure report submission, program report submission, prudent management of funds, conformance with state and federal law relative to the restrictions in the use of funds, and adequate record keeping. Additionally, available records, audits and determinations from the Office of Community Services—Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Management and Budget, Division of Community Action Agencies, Iowa Department of Public Health, and other relevant state and federal agencies shall be utilized to the extent possible. Unresolved audit questions and past-due audits shall be a basis for conditional approval or disapproval of a proposed community action plan.