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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IPart 404


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF RECLAMATION, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 404—RECLAMATION RURAL WATER SUPPLY PROGRAM

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Subpart A—OVERVIEW

§404.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§404.2
What terms are used in this part?
§404.3
What is the Reclamation Rural Water Supply Program?
§404.4
What are the goals of the program?
§404.5
Who is responsible for implementing this rule?
§404.6
Who is eligible to participate in the program?
§404.7
What types of projects are eligible for consideration under the program?
§404.8
Are there any exceptions that would allow a community with greater than 50,000 inhabitants to be part of an eligible rural water supply project?
§404.9
What types of infrastructure and facilities may be included in an eligible rural water supply project?
§404.10
Are there certain types of infrastructure and facilities that may not be included in a rural water supply project?
§404.11
What type of assistance is available under the program?
§404.12
Can Reclamation provide assistance with the construction of a rural water supply project under this program?
§404.13
What criteria will Reclamation use to prioritize requests for assistance under the program?
§404.14
How will Reclamation provide notice of opportunities for assistance under the program?
§404.15
How can I request assistance under the program?
§404.16
What information must I include in my statement of interest?
§404.17
How will Reclamation evaluate my statement of interest?
§404.18
How can I request assistance to conduct a feasibility study?
§404.19
What requirements must be met before I can request assistance to conduct a feasibility study?
§404.20
What information must I include in my full proposal to conduct an appraisal or a feasibility study?
§404.21
What is Reclamation's role in preparing the full proposal?
§404.22
How will Reclamation evaluate my full proposal?
§404.23
How will Reclamation determine whether you or your contractor is qualified to conduct an appraisal investigation or a feasibility study?
§404.24
How will Reclamation determine whether it is cost-effective for me or my contractor to conduct the appraisal investigation or feasibility study?
§404.25
How can I request Reclamation to review an appraisal investigation or feasibility study that was not completed under this program?
§404.26
Must an appraisal investigation be completed before I can request Reclamation to review a feasibility study that was not completed under this program?
§404.27
How will Reclamation evaluate my request to review an appraisal investigation or feasibility study completed without the support of Reclamation?
§404.28
Is it possible to expedite the completion of an appraisal investigation or feasibility study?
§404.29
Can the level of effort needed to complete an appraisal investigation or feasibility study be scaled to be proportional to the size and cost of the proposed project?
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Subpart B—COST-SHARING

§404.30
How much Federal funding can Reclamation provide for the completion of an appraisal investigation?
§404.31
What forms of non-Federal cost-share payment are acceptable?
§404.32
Can Reclamation reduce the non-Federal cost-share required for an appraisal investigation?
§404.33
How much Federal funding can Reclamation provide for the completion of a feasibility study?
§404.34
Can Reclamation reduce the amount of non-Federal cost-share required for a feasibility study?
§404.35
Is there a different non-Federal cost-share requirement for feasibility studies that involve a community greater than 50,000 inhabitants?
§404.36
Will Reclamation reimburse me for the cost of an appraisal investigation or a feasibility study that was not completed under §404.11(a) or (b)?
§404.37
How will Reclamation determine the appropriate non-Federal share of construction costs?
§404.38
Are there different requirements for determining the appropriate non-Federal share of construction costs to be paid by Indian tribes?
§404.39
What factors will Reclamation consider in evaluating my capability to pay 25 percent or more of the construction costs?
§404.40
What is the non-Federal share of operation, maintenance, and replacement costs?
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Subpart C—APPRAISAL INVESTIGATIONS

§404.41
How will an appraisal investigation be conducted under this program?
§404.42
How much time is provided to complete an appraisal investigation?
§404.43
What process will Reclamation follow to determine if an appraisal investigation is ready for review?
§404.44
What criteria will Reclamation apply to determine whether it is appropriate to recommend that a feasibility study be conducted?
§404.45
What will be included in the appraisal report prepared by Reclamation?
§404.46
Who will the appraisal report be provided to?
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Subpart D—FEASIBILITY STUDIES

§404.47
How will a feasibility study be conducted under this program?
§404.48
What process will Reclamation follow to determine if a feasibility study is ready for review?
§404.49
What criteria will Reclamation use to determine whether to recommend that a proposed rural water supply project be authorized for construction?
§404.50
What information will be included in the feasibility report prepared by Reclamation.
§404.51
Are proposed projects under the Rural Water Supply Program reviewed by the Administration?
§404.52
Who will the feasibility report be provided to?
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Subpart E—MISCELLANEOUS

§404.53
Does this rule provide authority for the transfer of pre-existing facilities from Federal to private ownership, or from private to Federal ownership?
§404.54
Who will hold title to a rural water project that is constructed following the completion of an appraisal investigation or feasibility study under this program?
§404.55
Who is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and replacement costs?
§404.56
If a financial assistance agreement is entered into for a rural water supply project that benefits more than one Indian tribe, is the approval of each Indian tribe required?
§404.57
Does this rule have any affect on state water law?
§404.58
Do rural water projects authorized before the enactment of the Rural Water Supply Act of 2006 have to comply with the requirements in this rule?
§404.59
If the Secretary recommends a project for construction, is that a promise of Federal funding?
§404.60
Does this rule contain an information collection that requires approval by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB)?


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