Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022
Any state or local government agency that incurs expenses related to nuclear emergency preparedness may apply to the adjutant general for disbursements to pay for expenses subject to the following limitations.
Each request for disbursement shall comply with the procedural requirements of K.A.R. 56-3-4
(b) Expenses for which disbursement is sought shall be related to the responsibilities assigned to a particular state or local government agency by the state of Kansas emergency operations plan, including annexes and appendices, or county emergency operations plans for emergency actions in the event of an emergency at a nuclear facility.
Expenses eligible for disbursement may include all reasonable costs associated with:
(1) salaries of state or local government agency personnel for time spent on nuclear emergency preparedness planning, exercises, drills, or training;
(2) nuclear emergency training including per diem, lodging, transportation, facility use fees, and training costs;
(3) documenting, printing, and copying nuclear emergency preparedness planning and training materials;
(4) direct expenditures incurred while participating in nuclear emergency exercises and drills;
(5) capital equipment used for nuclear emergency training or implementation of nuclear emergency plans including the costs of operating, calibrating, and maintaining the equipment; and
(6) other activities approved by the adjutant general as necessary to develop, maintain and implement an effective nuclear emergency plan, or for the effective administration of the act.
The following costs shall not be eligible for disbursement from the fund:
(1) costs anticipated to be recovered from sources other than the fund including, but not limited to, other agreements with nuclear facilities and grants or contracts with state or federal agencies;
(2) costs of services identified by the adjutant general as unnecessarily duplicative;
(3) other costs identified by the adjutant general as unrelated to the development, maintenance, or implementation of nuclear emergency preparedness plans or programs; and
(4) costs identified by the adjutant general as unnecessary to administer the act.
Kan. Admin. Regs. § 56-3-3
Authorized by and implementing L. 1993, Chap. 113, Sec. 3; effective, T-56-1-19-94, Jan. 19, 1994; effective March 7, 1994.