Nev. Admin. Code § 233C.100 - Grants: Requirements for management; final report; change in program or project; termination or reduction; records
1. A grantee must comply with all requirements set out in the grants management packet provided by the Division.
2. The Division will make any proposed substantive change to the grants management packet available for public review and comment at least 2 weeks before the Board acts to approve the change. A copy of the grants management packet may be obtained from the Nevada Arts Council, 716 North Carson Street, Suite A, Carson City, Nevada 89701, at no cost, or on the Internet at http://www.culturegrants-nv.org/.
3. A grantee must file a final report form with the Division in accordance with the grant guidelines and the grants management packet. If a grantee fails to file a final report form, the Division will notify the grantee in writing that the grant application does not comply with the grant guidelines and the grants management packet. The Division will not accept a new grant application from an applicant that does not comply with the grant guidelines and the grants management packet.
4. A grantee shall notify the Division of any proposed change to a program or project that was outlined in the application of the grantee. The Division must give approval for the proposed change before the grantee may make the proposed change.
5. A grantee shall notify the Division of any change in the essential personnel involved in a program or project.
6. A grant may be terminated or reduced by the Division 15 days after the Division gives notification to the grantee that the grant application does not comply with the grant guidelines and the grants management packet, that there have been changes to the budget of the Division or as directed by the Office of the Governor. The termination or reduction does not affect any commitment which, in the judgment of the Division, has become firm before the effective date of the termination.
7. The records of a project or program, including, without limitation, a copy of the original application, financial records, supporting documents and any other record related to the grant, must be retained by a grantee and made available for review by the Division for at least 3 years after the completion of the project.
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