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Title 24Subtitle BChapter IXPart 1003


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 1003—COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANTS FOR INDIAN TRIBES AND ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGES

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§1003.1
Applicability and scope.
§1003.2
Program objective.
§1003.3
Nature of program.
§1003.4
Definitions.
§1003.5
Eligible applicants.
§1003.6
Waivers.
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Subpart B—ALLOCATION OF FUNDS

§1003.100
General.
§1003.101
Area ONAP allocation of funds.
§1003.102
Use of recaptured and unawarded funds.
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Subpart C—ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES

§1003.200
General policies.
§1003.201
Basic eligible activities.
§1003.202
Eligible rehabilitation and preservation activities.
§1003.203
Special economic development activities.
§1003.204
Special activities by Community-Based Development Organizations (CBDOs).
§1003.205
Eligible planning, urban environmental design and policy-planning-management-capacity building activities.
§1003.206
Program administration costs.
§1003.207
Ineligible activities.
§1003.208
Criteria for compliance with the primary objective.
§1003.209
Prohibition on use of assistance for employment relocation activities.
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Subpart D—SINGLE PURPOSE GRANT APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS

§1003.300
Application requirements.
§1003.301
Selection process.
§1003.302
Project specific threshold requirements.
§1003.303
Project rating.
§1003.304
Funding process.
§1003.305
Program amendments.
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Subpart E—IMMINENT THREAT GRANTS

§1003.400
Criteria for funding.
§1003.401
Application process.
§1003.402
Availability of funds.
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Subpart F—GRANT ADMINISTRATION

§1003.500
Responsibility for grant administration.
§1003.501
Applicability of uniform administrative requirements and cost principles.
§1003.502
Agreements with subrecipients.
§1003.503
Program income.
§1003.504
Use of real property.
§1003.505
Records to be maintained.
§1003.506
Reports.
§1003.507
Public access to program records.
§1003.508
Grant closeout procedures.
§1003.509
Force account construction.
§1003.510
Indian preference requirements.
§1003.511
Use of escrow accounts for rehabilitation of privately owned residential property.
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Subpart G—OTHER PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

§1003.600
Faith-based activities.
§1003.601
Nondiscrimination.
§1003.602
Relocation and real property acquisition.
§1003.603
Labor standards.
§1003.604
Citizen participation.
§1003.605
Environment.
§1003.606
Conflict of interest.
§1003.607
Lead-based paint.
§1003.608
Debarment and suspension.
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Subpart H—PROGRAM PERFORMANCE

§1003.700
Review of grantee's performance.
§1003.701
Corrective and remedial action.
§1003.702
Reduction or withdrawal of grant.
§1003.703
Other remedies for noncompliance.


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