Faa Aip Grant Agreement
In order for the LFO to purchase a grant, the LFO and the sponsor must have completed three fundamental steps. In exceptional cases, a grant may be re-opened by the DO if the LFO finds that either the sponsor has not been reimbursed or the non-recoverable costs have been reimbursed. The DO must notify APP-520 in writing before the LFO reopens a closed grant that explains why this measure is necessary. The DO must verify the accuracy and completeness of the application and supporting documentation. The DO can adjust the depth and intensity of the audit based on the complexity of the project, the amount of the grant, the size of the airport and the experience with that sponsor. The DO may also require the proponent to provide all the additional information necessary for the ADO to complete this audit. By granting the grant offer, the LFO officially approves the projects in the grant application. a. Minimum amount of aid. FaA policy states that the LFO cannot process applications for grants under $25,000 in federal funds unless the LFO has received APP-520 because it is clearly beneficial to the federal government. The ADO demonstrates this finding that the grant is a clear benefit. Note that the sponsor has the option to include several projects in the grant application to meet or exceed this $25,000 requirement. B.
All pre-grant actions will be completed. Before the DO can grant a grant, the LFO must verify that all pre-subsidy actions in Section 2 of this chapter (eligibility review, current ALP, etc.) are completed. c. Determining the adequacy of grant amounts. Before the LFO can grant a grant, the LFO must recognize that all applicable cost requirements are reasonable, as requested in Section 14 of Chapter 3. This is an important and mandatory part of the DO grant review process. The determination of the adequacy of the DO is not covered by sponsorship certifications and the LFO cannot delegate this responsibility. Sponsors (and sometimes DO) are often required to hold meetings related to environmental planning and study grants. The DO has the opportunity to attend these meetings, unless an FAA order or any other FAA policy requires something else. Thus, the current version of FAA 5050.4, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Implementing Instructions Projects requires the DO not only to participate in necessary (non-optional) eis meetings, but also to organize and lead meetings. The specific requirements for these meetings will be discussed in the current versions of the following documents. a.
Advisory Circular 150/5070-7, The Airport System Planning Process b. Advisory Circular 150/5070-6, Airport Master Plans v. FAA Order 5050.4, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Implementing Instructions for Airport Projects The ADO must send amK-314 the pages of the grant offer containing the grant letter, grant amount and signatures. B. Subject to the FAA Act 2018, Public Act 115-254, Section 163, there will be no portion of its property or other shares in the ownership of this application submitted to Schedule A or, for a proposed acoustic compatibility program, the portion of the property for which federal funds have been spent, for the duration of the terms, conditions and assurances contained in this grant agreement, without the secretary`s authorization to sell, lease, debit or transfer or otherwise transfer.