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Title 24Subtitle BChapter IXPart 1000


TITLE 24—Housing and Urban Development

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER IX—OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR PUBLIC AND INDIAN HOUSING, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

PART 1000—NATIVE AMERICAN HOUSING ACTIVITIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§1000.1
What is the applicability and scope of these regulations?
§1000.2
What are the guiding principles in the implementation of NAHASDA?
§1000.4
What are the objectives of NAHASDA?
§1000.6
What is the nature of the IHBG program?
§1000.8
May provisions of these regulations be waived?
§1000.9
How is negotiated rulemaking conducted when promulgating NAHASDA regulations?
§1000.10
What definitions apply in these regulations?
§1000.12
What nondiscrimination requirements are applicable?
§1000.14
What relocation and real property acquisition policies are applicable?
§1000.16
What labor standards are applicable?
§1000.18
What environmental review requirements apply?
§1000.20
Is an Indian tribe required to assume environmental review responsibilities?
§1000.21
Under what circumstances are waivers of the environmental review procedures available to tribes?
§1000.22
Are the costs of the environmental review an eligible cost?
§1000.24
If an Indian tribe assumes environmental review responsibility, how will HUD assist the Indian tribe in performing the environmental review?
§1000.26
What are the administrative requirements under NAHASDA?
§1000.28
May a self-governance Indian tribe be exempted from the applicability of §1000.26?
§1000.30
What prohibitions regarding conflict of interest are applicable?
§1000.32
May exceptions be made to the conflict of interest provisions?
§1000.34
What factors must be considered in making an exception to the conflict of interest provisions?
§1000.36
How long must a recipient retain records regarding exceptions made to the conflict of interest provisions?
§1000.38
What flood insurance requirements are applicable?
§1000.40
Do lead-based paint poisoning prevention requirements apply to affordable housing activities under NAHASDA?
§1000.42
Are the requirements of section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 applicable?
§1000.44
What prohibitions on the use of debarred, suspended, or ineligible contractors apply?
§1000.46
Do drug-free workplace requirements apply?
§1000.48
Are Indian or tribal preference requirements applicable to IHBG activities?
§1000.50
What tribal or Indian preference requirements apply to IHBG administration activities?
§1000.52
What tribal or Indian preference requirements apply to IHBG procurement?
§1000.54
What procedures apply to complaints arising out of any of the methods of providing for Indian preference?
§1000.56
How are NAHASDA funds paid by HUD to recipients?
§1000.58
Are there limitations on the investment of IHBG funds?
§1000.60
Can HUD prevent improper expenditure of funds already disbursed to a recipient?
§1000.62
What is considered program income?
§1000.64
What are the permissible uses of program income?
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Subpart B—AFFORDABLE HOUSING ACTIVITIES

§1000.101
What is affordable housing?
§1000.102
What are eligible affordable housing activities?
§1000.103
How may IHBG funds be used for tenant-based or project-based rental assistance?
§1000.104
What families are eligible for affordable housing activities?
§1000.106
What families receiving assistance under title II of NAHASDA require HUD approval?
§1000.108
How is HUD approval obtained by a recipient for housing for non-low-income families and model activities?
§1000.110
Under what conditions may non-low-income Indian families participate in the program?
§1000.112
How will HUD determine whether to approve model housing activities?
§1000.114
How long does HUD have to review and act on a proposal to provide assistance to non-low-income families or a model housing activity?
§1000.116
What should HUD do before declining a proposal to provide assistance to non low-income families or a model housing activity?
§1000.118
What recourse does a recipient have if HUD disapproves a proposal to provide assistance to non-low-income families or a model housing activity?
§1000.120
May a recipient use Indian preference or tribal preference in selecting families for housing assistance?
§1000.122
May NAHASDA grant funds be used as matching funds to obtain and leverage funding, including any Federal or state program and still be considered an affordable housing activity?
§1000.124
What maximum and minimum rent or homebuyer payment can a recipient charge a low-income rental tenant or homebuyer residing in housing units assisted with NAHASDA grant amounts?
§1000.126
May a recipient charge flat or income-adjusted rents?
§1000.128
Is income verification required for assistance under NAHASDA?
§1000.130
May a recipient charge a non low-income family rents or homebuyer payments which are more than 30 percent of the family's adjusted income?
§1000.132
Are utilities considered a part of rent or homebuyer payments?
§1000.134
When may a recipient (or entity funded by a recipient) demolish or dispose of current assisted stock?
§1000.136
What insurance requirements apply to housing units assisted with NAHASDA grants?
§1000.138
What constitutes adequate insurance?
§1000.139
What are the standards for insurance entities owned and controlled by recipients?
§1000.140
May a recipient use grant funds to purchase insurance for privately owned housing to protect NAHASDA grant amounts spent on that housing?
§1000.141
What is “useful life” and how is it related to affordability?
§1000.142
How does a recipient determine the “useful life” during which low-income rental housing and low-income homebuyer housing must remain affordable as required in sections 205(a)(2) and 209 of NAHASDA?
§1000.143
How does a recipient implement its useful life requirements?
§1000.144
What are binding commitments satisfactory to HUD?
§1000.145
Are Mutual Help homes developed under the 1937 Act subject to the useful life provisions of section 205(a)(2)?
§1000.146
Are binding commitments for the remaining useful life of property applicable to a family member or household member who subsequently takes ownership of a homeownership unit?
§1000.147
When does housing qualify as affordable housing under NAHASDA?
§1000.150
How may Indian tribes and TDHEs receive criminal conviction information on applicants for employment and on adult applicants for housing assistance, or tenants?
§1000.152
How is the recipient to use criminal conviction information?
§1000.154
How is the recipient to keep criminal conviction information confidential?
§1000.156
Is affordable housing developed, acquired, or assisted under the IHBG program subject to limitations on cost or design standards?
§1000.158
How will a NAHASDA grant recipient know that the housing assisted under the IHBG program meets the requirements of §1000.156?
§1000.160
Are non-dwelling structures developed, acquired or assisted under the IHBG program subject to limitations on cost or design standards?
§1000.162
How will a recipient know that non-dwelling structures assisted under the IHBG program meet the requirements of 1000.160?
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Subpart C—INDIAN HOUSING PLAN (IHP)

§1000.201
How are funds made available under NAHASDA?
§1000.202
Who are eligible recipients?
§1000.204
How does an Indian tribe designate itself as recipient of the grant?
§1000.206
How is a TDHE designated?
§1000.208
What happens if an Indian tribe had two IHAs as of September 30, 1996?
§1000.210
What happens to existing 1937 Act units in those jurisdictions for which Indian tribes do not or cannot submit an IHP?
§1000.212
Is submission of an IHP required?
§1000.214
What is the deadline for submission of an IHP?
§1000.216
What happens if the recipient does not submit the IHP to the Area ONAP by no later than 75 days before the beginning of the tribal program year?
§1000.218
Who prepares and submits an IHP?
§1000.220
What are the requirements for the IHP?
§1000.222
Are there separate IHP requirements for small Indian tribes and small TDHEs?
§1000.224
Can any part of the IHP be waived?
§1000.225
When may a waiver of the IHP submission deadline be requested?
§1000.226
Can the certification requirements of section 102(c)(5) of NAHASDA be waived by HUD?
§1000.227
What shall HUD do upon receipt of an IHP submission deadline waiver request?
§1000.228
If HUD changes its IHP format will Indian tribes be involved?
§1000.230
What is the process for HUD review of IHPs and IHP amendments?
§1000.232
Can an Indian tribe or TDHE amend its IHP?
§1000.234
Can HUD's determination regarding the non-compliance of an IHP or a modification to an IHP be appealed?
§1000.236
What are eligible administrative and planning expenses?
§1000.238
What percentage of the IHBG funds can be used for administrative and planning expenses?
§1000.239
May a recipient establish and maintain reserve accounts for administration and planning?
§1000.240
When is a local cooperation agreement required for affordable housing activities?
§1000.242
When does the requirement for exemption from taxation apply to affordable housing activities?
§1000.244
If the recipient has made a good-faith effort to negotiate a cooperation agreement and tax-exempt status but has been unsuccessful through no fault of its own, may the Secretary waive the requirement for a cooperation agreement and a tax exemption?
§1000.246
How must HUD respond to a request for waiver of the requirement for a cooperation agreement and a tax exemption?
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Subpart D—ALLOCATION FORMULA

§1000.301
What is the purpose of the IHBG formula?
§1000.302
What are the definitions applicable for the IHBG formula?
§1000.304
May the IHBG formula be modified?
§1000.306
How can the IHBG formula be modified?
§1000.308
Who can make modifications to the IHBG formula?
§1000.310
What are the components of the IHBG formula?
§1000.312
What is current assisted stock?
§1000.314
What is formula current assisted stock?
§1000.315
Is a recipient required to report changes to the Formula Current Assisted Stock (FCAS) on the Formula Response Form?
§1000.316
How is the Formula Current Assisted Stock (FCAS) Component developed?
§1000.317
Who is the recipient for funds for current assisted stock which is owned by state-created Regional Native Housing Authorities in Alaska?
§1000.318
When do units under Formula Current Assisted Stock cease to be counted or expire from the inventory used for the formula?
§1000.319
What would happen if a recipient misreports or fails to correct Formula Current Assisted Stock (FCAS) information on the Formula Response Form?
§1000.320
How is Formula Current Assisted Stock adjusted for local area costs?
§1000.322
Are IHA financed units included in the determination of Formula Current Assisted Stock?
§1000.324
How is the need component developed?
§1000.325
How is the need component adjusted for local area costs?
§1000.326
What if a formula area is served by more than one Indian tribe?
§1000.327
What is the order of preference for allocating the IHBG formula needs data for Indian tribes in Alaska not located on reservations due to the unique circumstances in Alaska?
§1000.328
What is the minimum amount that an Indian tribe may receive under the need component of the formula?
§1000.330
What are the data sources for the need variables?
§1000.332
Will data used by HUD to determine an Indian tribe's or TDHE's formula allocation be provided to the Indian tribe or TDHE before the allocation?
§1000.334
May Indian tribes, TDHEs, or HUD challenge the data from the U.S. Decennial Census or provide an alternative source of data?
§1000.336
How may an Indian tribe, TDHE, or HUD challenge data or appeal HUD formula determinations?
§1000.340
What if an Indian tribe is allocated less funding under the IHBG Formula than it received in Fiscal Year (FY) 1996 for operating subsidy and modernization?
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Subpart E—FEDERAL GUARANTEES FOR FINANCING OF TRIBAL HOUSING ACTIVITIES

§1000.401
What terms are used throughout this subpart?
§1000.402
Are State recognized Indian tribes eligible for guarantees under title VI of NAHASDA?
§1000.404
What lenders are eligible for participation?
§1000.406
What constitutes tribal approval to issue notes or other obligations under title VI of NAHASDA?
§1000.410
What conditions shall HUD prescribe when providing a guarantee for notes or other obligations issued by an Indian tribe?
§1000.412
Can an issuer obtain a guarantee for more than one note or other obligation at a time?
§1000.414
How is an issuer's financial capacity demonstrated?
§1000.416
What is a repayment contract in a form acceptable to HUD?
§1000.418
Can grant funds be used to pay costs incurred when issuing notes or other obligations?
§1000.420
May grants made by HUD under section 603 of NAHASDA be used to pay net interest costs incurred when issuing notes or other obligations?
§1000.422
What are the procedures for applying for loan guarantees under title VI of NAHASDA?
§1000.424
What are the application requirements for guarantee assistance under title VI of NAHASDA?
§1000.426
How does HUD review a guarantee application?
§1000.428
For what reasons may HUD disapprove an application or approve an application for an amount less than that requested?
§1000.430
When will HUD issue notice to the applicant if the application is approved at the requested or reduced amount?
§1000.432
Can an amendment to an approved guarantee be made?
§1000.434
How will HUD allocate the availability of loan guarantee assistance?
§1000.436
How will HUD monitor the use of funds guaranteed under this subpart?
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Subpart F—RECIPIENT MONITORING, OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY

§1000.501
Who is involved in monitoring activities under NAHASDA?
§1000.502
What are the monitoring responsibilities of the recipient, the grant beneficiary and HUD under NAHASDA?
§1000.503
What is an appropriate extent of HUD monitoring?
§1000.506
If the TDHE is the recipient, must it submit its monitoring evaluation/results to the Indian tribe?
§1000.508
If the recipient monitoring identifies programmatic concerns, what happens?
§1000.510
What happens if tribal monitoring identifies compliance concerns?
§1000.512
Are performance reports required?
§1000.514
When must the annual performance report be submitted?
§1000.516
What reporting period is covered by the annual performance report?
§1000.518
When must a recipient obtain public comment on its annual performance report?
§1000.520
What are the purposes of HUD's review of the Annual Performance Report?
§1000.521
After the receipt of the recipient's performance report, how long does HUD have to make recommendations under section 404(c) of NAHASDA?
§1000.522
How will HUD give notice of on-site reviews?
§1000.524
What are HUD's performance measures for the review?
§1000.526
What information will HUD use for its review?
§1000.528
What are the procedures for the recipient to comment on the result of HUD's review when HUD issues a report under section 405(b) of NAHASDA?
§1000.530
What corrective and remedial actions will HUD request or recommend to address performance problems prior to taking action under §1000.532?
§1000.532
What are the remedial actions that HUD may take in the event of recipient's substantial noncompliance?
§1000.534
What constitutes substantial noncompliance?
§1000.536
What happens to NAHASDA grant funds adjusted, reduced, withdrawn, or terminated under §1000.532?
§1000.540
What hearing procedures will be used under NAHASDA?
§1000.542
When may HUD require replacement of a recipient?
§1000.544
What audits are required?
§1000.546
Are audit costs eligible program or administrative expenses?
§1000.548
Must a copy of the recipient's audit pursuant to the Single Audit Act relating to NAHASDA activities be submitted to HUD?
§1000.550
If the TDHE is the recipient, does it have to submit a copy of its audit to the Indian tribe?
§1000.552
How long must the recipient maintain program records?
§1000.554
Which agencies have right of access to the recipient's records relating to activities carried out under NAHASDA?
§1000.556
Does the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) apply to recipient records?
§1000.558
Does the Federal Privacy Act apply to recipient records?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 1000—Indian Housing Block Grant Formula Mechanics
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 1000—IHBG Block Grant Formula Mechanisms


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