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Title 50Chapter ISubchapter FPart 86


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 86—BOATING INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT (BIG) PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE GRANT PROGRAM

§86.10
What does this regulation do?
§86.11
What does the national BIG Program do?
§86.12
Definitions of terms used in part 86.
§86.13
What is boating infrastructure?
§86.14
Who may apply for these grants?
§86.15
How does the grant process work?
§86.16
What are the information collection requirements?
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Subpart B—FUNDING STATE GRANT PROPOSALS

§86.20
What activities are eligible for funding?
§86.21
What activities are ineligible for funding?
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Subpart C—PUBLIC USE OF THE FACILITY

§86.30
Must I allow the public to use the grant-funded facilities?
§86.31
How much money may I charge the public to use tie-up facilities?
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Subpart D—FUNDING AVAILABILITY

§86.40
How much money is available for grants?
§86.41
How long will the money be available?
§86.42
What are the match requirements?
§86.43
May someone else supply the match?
§86.44
What are my allowable costs?
§86.45
When will I receive the funds?
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Subpart E—HOW STATES APPLY FOR GRANTS

§86.50
When must I apply?
§86.51
To whom must I apply?
§86.52
What information must I include in my grant proposals?
§86.53
What are funding tiers?
§86.54
How must I submit proposals?
§86.55
What are my compliance requirements with Federal laws, regulations, and policies?
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Subpart F—HOW THE SERVICE SELECTS PROJECTS TO RECEIVE GRANTS

§86.60
What are the criteria used to select projects for grants?
§86.61
What process does the Service use to select projects for grants?
§86.62
What must I do after my project has been selected?
§86.63
May I appeal if my project is not selected?
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Subpart G—HOW STATES MANAGE GRANTS

§86.70
What are my requirements to acquire, install, operate, and maintain real and personal property?
§86.71
How will I be reimbursed?
§86.72
Do any other Federal requirements apply to this program?
§86.73
What if I do not spend all the money?
§86.74
What if I need more money?
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Subpart H—REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE STATES

§86.80
What are my reporting requirements for this grant program?
§86.81
When are the reports due?
§86.82
What must be in the reports?
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Subpart I—STATE USE OF SIGNS AND SPORT FISH RESTORATION SYMBOLS

§86.90
What are my responsibilities for information signs?
§86.91
What are my program crediting responsibilities?
§86.92
Who can use the SFR logo?
§86.93
Where should I use the SFR logo?
§86.94
What crediting language should I use?
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Subpart J—SERVICE COMPLETION OF THE NATIONAL FRAMEWORK

§86.100
What is the National Framework?
§86.101
What is the Service schedule to adopt the National Framework?
§86.102
How did the Service design the National Framework?
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Subpart K—HOW STATES WILL COMPLETE ACCESS NEEDS SURVEYS

§86.110
What does the State survey do?
§86.111
Must I do a survey?
§86.112
What are the advantages of doing a survey?
§86.113
What if I have recently completed a boat access survey?
§86.114
Do I need to conduct a survey if I already have a plan for installing tie-up facilities?
§86.115
How should I administer the survey?
§86.116
May I change the questions in the survey?
§86.117
[Reserved]
§86.118
What does this survey instrument include?
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Subpart L—COMPLETING THE COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL ASSESSMENT

§86.120
What is the Comprehensive National Assessment?
§86.121
What does the Comprehensive National Assessment do?
§86.122
Who completes the Comprehensive National Assessment?
§86.123
Comprehensive National Assessment schedule.
§86.124
What are the Comprehensive National Assessment products?
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Subpart M—HOW STATES WILL COMPLETE THE STATE PROGRAM PLANS

§86.130
What does the State program plan do?
§86.131
Must I do a plan?
§86.132
What are the advantages to doing a plan?
§86.133
What are the plan standards?
§86.134
What if I am already carrying out a plan?
§86.135
[Reserved]
§86.136
What must be in the plan?
§86.137
What variables should I consider?


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