(a) The state share of the damages
and eligible costs incurred by local governmental units may not be greater than
70% of the total eligible disaster costs.
(b) In any quarter of the state fiscal year,
the department may not make payments to applicants in excess of 25% of the
total amounts allocated in s.
20.465(3) (b) and
(c) If major disaster assistance application
payments requested during a quarter exceed 25% of the total amounts allocated
in s. 20.465(3) (b) and
(s), Stats., all accepted applications shall
be paid proportionately.
the last quarter of the state fiscal year, the department shall proportionately
allocate and pay the balance of funds, if any, remaining in the appropriations
created in s. 20.465(3) (b) and
(s), Stats., among all the applications
submitted during the fiscal year with unpaid eligible costs.
(a) The local share of damages and eligible
costs incurred by local governmental units may not be less than 30%.
The substantiated value of donated
materials, equipment, services and labor may be used as all or part of the
local share of the eligible costs, subject to all of the following:
1. All sources of local share donation shall
be indicated in the application and supporting documentation.
2. The maximum value of donated,
non-professional labor shall be equal to the prevailing federal minimum
3. The value of donated
equipment may not exceed the Wisconsin department of transportation highway
4. The value of
donated materials and professional services shall conform to market rates and
be established by invoice.
(a) The applicant shall account for all funds
received and paid under this chapter in conformance with generally accepted
accounting principles and practices. The applicant shall maintain detailed
records of expenditures to show that fund payments were used for the purpose
for which the payment was made. The applicant shall maintain for 5 years all
records relating to the application submitted in accordance with the State's
standard audit practices and shall make the records available for inspection
and audit. The applicant shall keep all financial records, including all
invoices and canceled checks or bank statements that support all eligible costs
claimed by the applicant for 5 years after the final payment.
(b) The department may audit all of the
applicant's records pertaining to an application under this chapter. The
department's audit may result in an adjustment in the payment amount.
(4) PAYMENT. The applicant shall
submit to the administrator claims for payment of actual and eligible costs on
forms provided by the department. All eligible costs claimed for payment shall
be documented and shall be consistent with the eligibility provisions of this
(5) FINAL INSPECTION. Upon
completion of all work by an applicant, the division shall inspect all the work
that the applicant claims. The applicant shall provide the division employees
with access to records pertaining to all claimed work and shall permit review
of all records relating to the work.
CLOSEOUT OF APPLICATION. The
administrator shall close out the applicant's major disaster assistance
application after all of the following occur:
(a) The recovery work is complete.
(b) The division completes a final inspection
of all work claimed for reimbursement by the applicant.
(c) The applicant receives the final amount
due or pays any amount owed.
The required audits are complete.