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Title 36Chapter XIISubchapter APart 1206


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER XII—NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL RULES

PART 1206—NATIONAL HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS AND RECORDS COMMISSION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§1206.1
What does this part cover?
§1206.3
What definitions apply to the regulations in Part 1206?
§1206.4
What is the purpose of the Commission?
§1206.5
Who serves on the Commission?
§1206.6
How do you organize the grant program?
§1206.8
How do you operate the grant program?
§1206.10
How do you make grant opportunities known?
§1206.11
How may an applicant apply for an NHPRC grant?
§1206.12
What are my responsibilities once I have received a grant?
rule

Subpart B—PUBLICATIONS GRANTS

§1206.20
What are the scope and purpose of publications grants?
§1206.22
What type of proposal is eligible for a publications grant?
§1206.24
What type of proposal is ineligible for a publications grant?
rule

Subpart C—RECORDS GRANTS

§1206.30
What is the scope and purpose of records grants?
§1206.32
What type of proposal is eligible for a records grant?
§1206.34
What type of proposal is ineligible for a records grant?
rule

Subpart D—STATE RECORDS PROGRAM

§1206.40
What is a State records program?
§1206.41
What is a state historical records advisory board and how is it constituted?
§1206.42
What is a State Coordinator?
§1206.43
What are the duties of the deputy State coordinator?
§1206.44
Who is eligible for sub-grants?
§1206.45
What rules govern sub-grant distribution, cost sharing, grant administration, and reporting?
rule

Subpart E—APPLYING FOR NHPRC GRANTS

§1206.50
What types of funding and cost sharing arrangements does the Commission make?
§1206.52
Does the Commission ever place conditions on its grants?
§1206.54
Who may apply for NHPRC grants?
§1206.56
When are applications due?
§1206.58
How do I apply for a grant?
§1206.60
What must I provide as a formal grant application?
§1206.62
Who reviews and evaluates grant proposals?
§1206.64
What formal notification will I receive, and will it contain other information?
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Subpart F—GRANT ADMINISTRATION

§1206.70
Who is responsible for administration of NHPRC grants?
§1206.72
Where can I find the regulatory requirements that apply to NHPRC grants?
§1206.74
Do I need prior written approval for changes to the grant project?
§1206.76
May I receive an extension to my grant project?
§1206.80
What reports am I required to make?
§1206.82
What is the format and content of the financial report?
§1206.84
What is the format and content of the narrative report?
§1206.86
What additional materials must I submit with the final narrative report?
§1206.88
Does the NHPRC have any liability under a grant?
§1206.90
Must I acknowledge NHPRC grant support?


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