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Title 50Chapter ISubchapter FPart 80


TITLE 50—Wildlife and Fisheries

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER F—FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE—WILDLIFE AND SPORT FISH RESTORATION PROGRAM

PART 80—ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS, PITTMAN-ROBERTSON WILDLIFE RESTORATION AND DINGELL-JOHNSON SPORT FISH RESTORATION ACTS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§80.1
What does this part do?
§80.2
What terms do I need to know?
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Subpart B—STATE FISH AND WILDLIFE AGENCY ELIGIBILITY

§80.10
Who is eligible to receive the benefits of the Acts?
§80.11
How does a State become ineligible to receive the benefits of the Acts?
§80.12
Does an agency have to confirm that it wants to receive an annual apportionment of funds?
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Subpart C—LICENSE REVENUE

§80.20
What does revenue from hunting and fishing licenses include?
§80.21
What if a State diverts license revenue from the control of its fish and wildlife agency?
§80.22
What must a State do to resolve a declaration of diversion?
§80.23
Does a declaration of diversion affect a previous Federal obligation of funds?
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Subpart D—CERTIFICATION OF LICENSE HOLDERS

§80.30
Why must an agency certify the number of paid license holders?
§80.31
How does an agency certify the number of paid license holders?
§80.32
What is the certification period?
§80.33
How does an agency decide who to count as paid license holders in the annual certification?
§80.34
How does an agency calculate net revenue from a license?
§80.35
What additional requirements apply to multiyear licenses?
§80.36
May an agency count license holders in the annual certification if the agency receives funds from the State to cover their license fees?
§80.37
What must an agency do if it becomes aware of errors in its certified license data?
§80.38
May the Service recalculate an apportionment if an agency submits revised data?
§80.39
May the Director correct a Service error in apportioning funds?
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Subpart E—ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES

§80.50
What activities are eligible for funding under the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act?
§80.51
What activities are eligible for funding under the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act?
§80.52
May an activity be eligible for funding if it is not explicitly eligible in this part?
§80.53
Are costs of State central services eligible for funding?
§80.54
What activities are ineligible for funding?
§80.55
May an agency receive a grant to carry out part of a larger project?
§80.56
How does a proposed project qualify as substantial in character and design?
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Subpart F—ALLOCATION OF FUNDS BY AN AGENCY

§80.60
What is the relationship between the Basic Hunter Education and Safety subprogram and the Enhanced Hunter Education and Safety program?
§80.61
What requirements apply to funds for the Recreational Boating Access subprogram?
§80.62
What limitations apply to spending on the Aquatic Resource Education and the Outreach and Communications subprograms?
§80.63
Does an agency have to allocate costs in multipurpose projects and facilities?
§80.64
How does an agency allocate costs in multipurpose projects and facilities?
§80.65
Does an agency have to allocate funds between marine and freshwater fisheries projects?
§80.66
What requirements apply to allocation of funds between marine and freshwater fisheries projects?
§80.67
May an agency finance an activity from more than one annual apportionment?
§80.68
What requirements apply to financing an activity from more than one annual apportionment?
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Subpart G—APPLICATION FOR A GRANT

§80.80
How does an agency apply for a grant?
§80.81
What must an agency submit when applying for a comprehensive-management-system grant?
§80.82
What must an agency submit when applying for a project-by-project grant?
§80.83
What is the Federal share of allowable costs?
§80.84
How does the Service establish the non-Federal share of allowable costs?
§80.85
What requirements apply to match?
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Subpart H—GENERAL GRANT ADMINISTRATION

§80.90
What are the grantee's responsibilities?
§80.91
What is a Federal obligation of funds and how does it occur?
§80.92
How long are funds available for a Federal obligation?
§80.93
When may an agency incur costs under a grant?
§80.94
May an agency incur costs before the beginning of the grant period?
§80.95
How does an agency receive Federal grant funds?
§80.96
May an agency use Federal funds without using match?
§80.97
May an agency barter goods or services to carry out a grant-funded project?
§80.98
How must an agency report barter transactions?
§80.99
Are symbols available to identify projects?
§80.100
Does an agency have to display one of the symbols in this part on a completed project?
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Subpart I—PROGRAM INCOME

§80.120
What is program income?
§80.121
May an agency earn program income?
§80.122
May an agency deduct the costs of generating program income from gross income?
§80.123
How may an agency use program income?
§80.124
How may an agency use unexpended program income?
§80.125
How must an agency treat income that it earns after the grant period?
§80.126
How must an agency treat income earned by a subgrantee after the grant period?
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Subpart J—REAL PROPERTY

§80.130
Does an agency have to hold title to real property acquired under a grant?
§80.131
Does an agency have to hold an easement acquired under a grant?
§80.132
Does an agency have to control the land or water where it completes capital improvements?
§80.133
Does an agency have to maintain acquired or completed capital improvements?
§80.134
How must an agency use real property?
§80.135
What if an agency allows a use of real property that interferes with its authorized purpose?
§80.136
Is it a diversion if an agency does not use grant-acquired real property for its authorized purpose?
§80.137
What if real property is no longer useful or needed for its original purpose?
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Subpart K—REVISIONS AND APPEALS

§80.150
How does an agency ask for revision of a grant?
§80.151
May an agency appeal a decision?
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Subpart L—INFORMATION COLLECTION

§80.160
What are the information collection requirements of this part?


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