Wis. Admin. Code Department of Natural Resources § NR 542.13 - Termination of awards
(1) The department and a grantee may enter into an agreement to terminate the award at any time pursuant to this section. The agreement shall establish the effective date of termination of the grant award, the basis for settlement of award termination costs, and the amount and date of payment of any sums due either party.
(2) A grantee may not unilaterally terminate the work authorized in the award, except for good cause. The grantee shall promptly give written notice to the department of any complete or partial termination of the program work by the grantee. If the department determines that there is good cause for the termination of all or any portion of the program work, the department may enter into a termination agreement or unilaterally terminate the award pursuant to sub. (3), effective on the date of cessation of the program work by the grantee. If the department determines that a grantee has ceased program work without good cause, the department may unilaterally terminate the award pursuant to sub. (3).
(3) Awards may be terminated in whole or in part by the department in accordance with the following procedure:
(a) The department shall attempt to consult with the grantee prior to any termination. After the department has received any views expressed by the grantee, the department may terminate the award in whole or in part.
(b) Any termination shall be in writing and shall state the reasons for terminating the award. Notices of termination shall be served on the grantee personally or by mail.
(4) Upon termination, the grantee shall refund or credit to the state of Wisconsin that portion of any funds paid or owed to the grantee and allocable to the terminated project work, except an amount as may be required to meet commitments which had become enforceable prior to the termination. The grantee may not make any new commitments without department approval. The grantee shall reduce the amount of outstanding commitments insofar as possible and report to the department the uncommitted balance of funds awarded.
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