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RD Instruction 1940-L

§ 1940.589(a)(2) (Con.)

(iv) The Agency will recalculate, as necessary, each criterion specified in paragraph (a)(2)(i) of this section each year. In making these recalculations, the Agency will use the most recent data available to the Agency as of October 1 of the fiscal year for which the Agency is making State allocations. Each criterion’s value determined at the beginning of a fiscal year for a program will be used for that entire fiscal year, regardless of when that fiscal year’s funding becomes available for the program.


(3) Basic formula allocation. See § 1940.552(c) of this subpart.
(4) Transition formula. The transition provisions specified in § 1940.552(d) of this subpart apply to the program(s) identified in this section except as follows:
(i) The transition formula will be used only when the weight factors identified in paragraph (a)(2)(iii) of this section are modified; and
(ii) When the transition formula is used, there will be no upper limitation on the amount that a State’s allocation can increase over its previous year’s allocation and the maximum percentage that funding will be allowed to decrease for a State will be 10 percent from its previous year’s allocation.
(5) Base allocation. See § 1940.552(e) of this subpart.
(6) Administrative allocation. See § 1940.552(f) of this subpart. Jurisdictions receiving formula allocations do not receive initial administrative allocations.
(7) Reserve. See § 1940.552(g) of this subpart.
(8) Pooling of funds. See § 1940.552(h) of this subpart.
(9) Availability of the allocation. See § 1940.552(i) of this subpart.
(10) Suballocation by the State Director. Suballocation by the State Director is authorized for this program.

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(b) Conditions for not allocating program funds to the States. The Agency may elect to not allocate REAP program funds to the States whenever one of the conditions identified in paragraphs (b)(1) or (b)(2) of this section occurs.


(1) Funds allocated in a fiscal year to REAP are insufficient, as provided for in § 1940.552(a) of this subpart.
(2) The Agency determines that it is in the best financial interest of the Federal Government not to make a State allocation for REAP and that the exercise of this determination is not in conflict with applicable law.
§ 1940.590 Community and Business Programs appropriations not allocated by State. (Revised and renumbered 7-12-88, PN 89.)
(a) Watershed Protection Loans, Resource Conservation and Development Loans, and Flood Protection Loans. State allocations will not be made for these type loans. Instead, obligating documents may be submitted to the Finance Office when a loan is approved. Only States that are authorized to process P.L. 534 loans may submit obligating documents to the Finance Office for that type loan. Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) loan funds will be used in preference to community facility funds in designated RC&D areas for loan purposes included in Subpart A of Part 1942 of this chapter.
(b) Indian Land Acquisition. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office and allocated on an individual case basis. Requests for funds will be made to the Director, Community Facilities Division, when it is determined the loan can be approved.
(c) Nonprofit National Corporation Guaranteed Loans and Grants. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office. These funds are not available for obligation by States.
(d) Rural Development Loan Fund Relending Program. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office. These funds are not available for obligation by States.
(e) Technical Assistance and Training Grants. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office and allocated on a project case basis. These funds are not available for obligation by States.


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§ 1940.590 (Con.)

(f) Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office and allocated on a project case basis. Requests for funds will be made to the Director, Water and Waste Disposal Division. (Added 4-4-90, SPECIAL PN.)


(g) System for Delivery of Certain Rural Development Programs Panel Grants. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office and made available to eligible States. (Added 05-06-92, SPECIAL PN.)
(h) Television Demonstration Grants. Since this is a demonstration program, all funds are being retained in the National Office. Funds
may be requested by sending in attachment 1, section C of RD Instruction 1942-G. (Added 08-20-92, SPECIAL PN.)
(i) Section 306C WWD loans and grants in subpart E of part 4284 of this title. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office and allocated on a project case basis. Requests for funds will be made to the Director, Water and Waste Disposal Division. (Added 01-22-93, SPECIAL PN.)
(j) Rural Cooperative Development Grants. Control of funds will be retained in the National Office and allocated on a project case basis. Funds may be requested by sending in exhibit B of RD Instruction 4284-F. (Revised 08-07-97, SPECIAL PN.)

§ 1940.591 Community Program Guaranteed loans. (Revised 3-26-90, SPECIAL PN.)


(a) Amount available for allocations. See § 1940.552(a) of this subpart.
(b) Basic formula criteria, data source, and weight. See § 1940.552(b) of this subpart. (Revised 10-22-93, SPECIAL PN.)
(1) The criteria used in the basic formula are:
(i) State's percentage of national rural population - 50 percent.
(ii) State's percentage of national rural population with incomes below the poverty level - 25 percent.
(iii) State's percentage of national nonmetropolitan unemployment - 25 percent.

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