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TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 75—DIRECT GRANT PROGRAMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

Regulations That Apply to Direct Grant Programs

§75.1
Programs to which part 75 applies.
§75.2
Exceptions in program regulations to part 75.
§75.4
Department contracts.

Eligibility for a Grant

§75.50
How to find out whether you are eligible.
§75.51
How to prove nonprofit status.
§75.52
Eligibility of faith-based organizations for a grant.

Ineligibility of Certain Individuals To Receive Assistance

§75.60
Individuals ineligible to receive assistance.
§75.61
Certification of eligibility; effect of ineligibility.
§75.62
Requirements applicable to entities making certain awards.
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Subpart B—[RESERVED]

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Subpart C—HOW TO APPLY FOR A GRANT

The Application Notice

§75.100
Publication of an application notice; content of the notice.
§75.101
Information in the application notice that helps an applicant apply.
§75.102
Deadline date for applications.
§75.103
Deadline date for preapplications.
§75.104
Applicants must meet procedural rules.
§75.105
Annual priorities.

Application Contents

§75.109
Changes to application; number of copies.
§75.110
Information regarding performance measurement.
§75.112
Include a proposed project period and a timeline.
§75.117
Information needed for a multi-year project.
§75.118
Requirements for a continuation award.
§75.119
Information needed if private school students participate.

Separate Applications—Alternative Programs

§75.125
Submit a separate application to each program.
§75.126
Application must list all programs to which it is submitted.

Group Applications

§75.127
Eligible parties may apply as a group.
§75.128
Who acts as applicant; the group agreement.
§75.129
Legal responsibilities of each member of the group.

Competition Exceptions

§75.135
Competition exception for proposed implementation sites, implementation partners, or service providers.

State Comment Procedures

§75.155
Review procedures if State may comment on applications: Purpose of §§75.156-75.158.
§75.156
When an applicant under §75.155 must submit its application to the State; proof of submission.
§75.157
The State reviews each application.
§75.158
Deadlines for State comments.
§75.159
Effect of State comments or failure to comment.

Development of Curricula or Instructional Materials

§75.190
Consultation.
§75.191
Consultation costs.
§75.192
Dissemination.
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Subpart D—HOW GRANTS ARE MADE

Selection of New Projects

§75.200
How applications for new grants and cooperative agreements are selected for funding; standards for use of cooperative agreements.
§75.201
How the selection criteria will be used.
§§75.202-75.206
[Reserved]
§75.209
Selection criteria based on statutory or regulatory provisions.
§75.210
General selection criteria.
§75.211
Selection criteria for unsolicited applications.

Selection Procedures

§75.215
How the Department selects a new project: purpose of §§75.216-75.222.
§75.216
Applications not evaluated for funding.
§75.217
How the Secretary selects applications for new grants.
§75.218
Applications not evaluated or selected for funding.
§75.219
Exceptions to the procedures under §75.217.
§75.220
Procedures the Department uses under §75.219(a).
§75.221
Procedures the Department uses under §75.219(b).
§75.222
Procedures the Department uses under §75.219(c).
§75.223
[Reserved]
§75.224
What are the procedures for using a multiple tier review process to evaluate applications?
§75.225
What procedures does the Secretary use if the Secretary decides to give special consideration to novice applications?

Procedures To Make a Grant

§75.230
How the Department makes a grant; purpose of §§75.231-75.236.
§75.231
Additional information.
§75.232
The cost analysis; basis for grant amount.
§75.233
Setting the amount of the grant.
§75.234
The conditions of the grant.
§75.235
The notification of grant award.
§75.236
Effect of the grant.

Approval of Multi-Year Projects

§75.250
Maximum funding period.
§75.251
Budget periods.
§75.253
Continuation of a multi-year project after the first budget period.
§75.254
[Reserved]

Miscellaneous

§75.260
Allotments and reallotments.
§75.261
Extension of a project period.
§75.262
Conversion of a grant or a cooperative agreement.
§75.263
Pre-award costs; waiver of approval.
§75.264
Transfers among budget categories.
§75.266
What procedures does the Secretary use if the Secretary decides to give special consideration to applications supported by strong or moderate evidence of effectiveness?
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Subpart E—WHAT CONDITIONS MUST BE MET BY A GRANTEE?

Nondiscrimination

§75.500
Federal statutes and regulations on nondiscrimination.

Project Staff

§75.511
Waiver of requirement for a full-time project director.
§75.515
Use of consultants.
§75.516
Compensation of consultants—employees of institutions of higher education.
§75.517
Changes in key staff members.
§75.519
Dual compensation of staff.

Conflict of Interest

§75.524
Conflict of interest: Purpose of §75.525.
§75.525
Conflict of interest: Participation in a project.

Allowable Costs

§75.530
General cost principles.
§75.531
Limit on total cost of a project.
§75.532
Use of funds for religion prohibited.
§75.533
Acquisition of real property; construction.
§75.534
Training grants—automatic increases for additional dependents.

Indirect Cost Rates

§75.560
General indirect cost rates; exceptions.
§75.561
Approval of indirect cost rates.
§75.562
Indirect cost rates for educational training projects.
§75.563
Restricted indirect cost rate—programs covered.
§75.564
Reimbursement of indirect costs.
§75.580
Coordination with other activities.

Evaluation

§75.590
Evaluation by the grantee.
§75.591
Federal evaluation—cooperation by a grantee.
§75.592
Federal evaluation—satisfying requirement for grantee evaluation.

Construction

§75.600
Use of a grant for construction: Purpose of §§75.601-75.615.
§75.601
Applicant's assessment of environmental impact.
§75.602
Preservation of historic sites must be described in the application.
§75.603
Grantee's title to site.
§75.604
Availability of cost-sharing funds.
§75.605
Beginning the construction.
§75.606
Completing the construction.
§75.607
General considerations in designing facilities and carrying out construction.
§75.608
Areas in the facilities for cultural activities.
§75.609
Comply with safety and health standards.
§75.610
Access by the handicapped.
§75.611
Avoidance of flood hazards.
§75.612
Supervision and inspection by the grantee.
§75.613
Relocation assistance by the grantee.
§75.614
Grantee must have operational funds.
§75.615
Operation and maintenance by the grantee.
§75.616
Energy conservation.
§75.617
Compliance with the Coastal Barrier Resources Act.

Equipment and Supplies

§75.618
Charges for use of equipment or supplies.

Publications and Copyrights

§75.620
General conditions on publication.
§75.621
Copyright policy for grantees.
§75.622
Definition of “project materials.”

Inventions and Patents

§75.626
Show Federal support; give papers to vest title.

Other Requirements for Certain Projects

§75.650
Participation of students enrolled in private schools.
§75.681
Protection of human research subjects.
§75.682
Treatment of animals.
§75.683
Health or safety standards for facilities.
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Subpart F—WHAT ARE THE ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A GRANTEE?

General Administrative Responsibilities

§75.700
Compliance with statutes, regulations, and applications.
§75.701
The grantee administers or supervises the project.
§75.702
Fiscal control and fund accounting procedures.
§75.703
Obligation of funds during the grant period.
§75.707
When obligations are made.
§75.708
Subgrants.

Reports

§75.720
Financial and performance reports.
§75.721
[Reserved]

Records

§75.730
Records related to grant funds.
§75.731
Records related to compliance.
§75.732
Records related to performance.
§75.733
[Reserved]

Privacy

§75.740
Protection of and access to student records; student rights in research, experimental programs, and testing.
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Subpart G—WHAT PROCEDURES DOES THE DEPARTMENT USE TO GET COMPLIANCE?

§75.900
Waiver of regulations prohibited.
§75.901
Suspension and termination.
§75.902
[Reserved]
§75.903
Effective date of termination.
§75.910
Cooperation with audits.


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