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Title 45Subtitle BChapter XXVPart 2553


TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC WELFARE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER XXV—CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

PART 2553—THE RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§2553.11
What is the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program?
§2553.12
Definitions.
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Subpart B—ELIGIBILITY AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A SPONSOR

§2553.21
Who is eligible to serve as a sponsor?
§2553.22
What are the responsibilities of a sponsor?
§2553.23
What are a sponsor's program responsibilities?
§2553.24
What are a sponsor's responsibilities for securing community participation?
§2553.25
What are a sponsor's administrative responsibilities?
§2553.26
May a sponsor administer more than one program grant from the Corporation?
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Subpart C—SUSPENSION, TERMINATION AND DENIAL OF REFUNDING

§2553.31
What are the rules on suspension, termination and denial of refunding of grants?
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Subpart D—ELIGIBILITY, COST REIMBURSEMENTS AND VOLUNTEER ASSIGNMENTS

§2553.41
Who is eligible to be a RSVP volunteer?
§2553.42
Is a RSVP volunteer a federal employee, an employee of the sponsor or of the volunteer station?
§2553.43
What cost reimbursements are provided to RSVP volunteers?
§2553.44
May cost reimbursements received by a RSVP volunteer be subject to any tax or charge, treated as wages or compensation, or affect eligibility to receive assistance from other programs?
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Subpart E—VOLUNTEER TERMS OF SERVICE

§2553.51
What are the terms of service of a RSVP volunteer?
§2553.52
Under what circumstances may a RSVP volunteer's service be terminated?
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Subpart F—RESPONSIBILITIES OF A VOLUNTEER STATION

§2553.61
When may a sponsor serve as a volunteer station?
§2553.62
What are the responsibilities of a volunteer station?
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Subpart G—APPLICATION AND FISCAL REQUIREMENTS

§2553.71
What is the process for application and award of a grant?
§2553.72
What are project funding requirements?
§2553.73
What are grants management requirements?
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Subpart H—NON-CORPORATION FUNDED PROJECTS

§2553.81
Under what conditions may an agency or organization sponsor a RSVP project without Corporation funding?
§2553.82
What benefits are a non-Corporation funded project entitled to?
§2553.83
What financial obligation does the Corporation incur for non-Corporation funded projects?
§2553.84
What happens if a non-Corporation funded sponsor does not comply with the Memorandum of Agreement?
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Subpart I—RESTRICTIONS AND LEGAL REPRESENTATION

§2553.91
What legal limitations apply to the operation of the RSVP Program and to the expenditure of grant funds?
§2553.92
What legal coverage does the Corporation make available to RSVP volunteers?
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Subpart J—PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

§2553.100
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§2553.101
What is the purpose of performance measurement?
§2553.102
What performance measurement information must be part of an application for funding under RSVP?
§2553.103
Who develops the performance measures?
§2553.104
What performance measures must be submitted to the Corporation and how are these submitted?
§2553.105
How are performance measures approved and documented?
§2553.106
How does a sponsor report performance measures to the Corporation?
§2553.107
What must a sponsor do if it cannot meet its performance measures?
§2553.108
When may a sponsor change a project's performance measures?
§2553.109
What happens if a sponsor fails to meet the performance measures included in the Notice of Grant Award (NGA)?


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