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RD Instruction 1940-L

§ 1940.591(b) (Con.)

(2) Data source for each of these criterion is based on the latest census data available. Each criterion is assigned a specific weight according to its relevance in determining need. The percentage representing each criterion is multiplied by the weight factor and summed to arrive at a State factor (SF). The SF cannot exceed .05.
SF = (criterion (b)(1)(i) x 50 percent) +

(criterion (b)(1)(ii) x 25 percent) +

(criterion (b)(1)(iii) x 25 percent)
(c) Basic formula allocation. See § 1940.552(c) of this subpart. States receiving administrative allocations do not receive formula allocations.
(d) Transition formula. The transition formula for Community Programs Guaranteed loans is not used. (Revised 3-26-90, SPECIAL PN.)
(e) Base allocation. See § 1940.552(e) of this subpart. States receiving administrative allocations do not receive base allocations.
(f) Administrative allocation. See § 1940.552(f) of this subpart. States participating in the formula base allocation procedures do not receive administrative allocations.
(g) Reserve. See § 1940.552(g) of this subpart. States may request funds by forwarding a request following the format found in Guide 26 of subpart A of Part 1942 of this chapter to the National Office. Generally, a request for additional funds will not be honored unless the State has insufficient funds from the State's allocation to obligate the loan requested. (Revised 3-26-90, SPECIAL PN.)
(h) Pooling of funds. See § 1940.552(h) of this subpart. Funds are generally pooled at mid-year and year-end. Pooled funds will be placed in the National Office reserve and will be made available administratively.
(i) Availability of the allocation. See §1940.552(i) of this subpart. The allocation of funds is made available for States to obligate on an annual basis although the Office of Management and Budget apportions it to the Agency on a quarterly basis.
(j) Suballocation by State Director. See §1940.552(j) of this subpart. State Director has the option to suballocate to District Offices.
(k) Other documentation. Not applicable.

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(7-12-85) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1940-L

§ 1940.592 Community Facilities Grants. (Added 04-07-97, SPECIAL PN.)
(a) Amount available for allocation. See § 1940.552(a) of this subpart.
(b) Basic formula criteria, data source, and weight. See § 1940.552(b) of this subpart.
(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 - 50 percent.
(2) Data source for each of these criterion is based on the latest census data available. Each criterion is assigned a specific weight according to its relevance in determining need. The percentage representing each criterion is multiplied by the weight factor and summed to arrive at a State factor (SF).
SF (criterion (b)(1)(i) x 50 percent)

+ (criterion (b)(1)(ii) x 50 percent)


(c) Basic formula allocation. See § 1940.552(c) of this subpart. States receiving administrative allocations do not receive formula allocations.
(d) Transition formula. The transition formula for Community Facilities Grants is not used.
(e) Base allocation. See § 1940.552(e) of this subpart. States receiving administrative allocations do not receive base allocations.
(f) Administrative allocation. See § 1940.552(f) of this subpart. States participating in the formula base allocation procedures do not receive administrative allocations.
(g) Reserve. See § 1940.552(g) of this subpart. States may request funds by forwarding Form Letter RD 3570-B-1 to the National Office. Generally, a request for additional funds will not be honored unless the State has insufficient funds from the State’s allocation to obligate the grant requested.

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RD Instruction 1940-L

§ 1940.592 (Con.)

(h) Pooling of funds. See § 1940.552(h) of this subpart. Funds are generally pooled at midyear and yearend. Pooled funds will be placed in the National Office reserve and will be made available administratively.
(i) Availability of the allocation. See § 1940.552(i) of this subpart. The allocation of funds is made available for States to obligate on an annual basis although the Office of Management and Budget apportions it to the Agency on a quarterly basis.
(j) Suballocation by State Director. See § 1940.552(j) of this subpart. State Director has the option to suballocate to area offices.

§ 1940.593 Other Rural Business-Cooperative Service Programs. (Revised


02-22-16, PN 484).
If the Agency determines that it is in the best interest of the Federal government to allocate funds to States for existing RBS programs other than those identified in §§ 1940.588 and 1940.589 of this subpart and for programs new to RBS (e.g., through new legislation), the Agency will use the process identified in paragraph (a) or (b) of this section.
(a) If the Agency determines that one of the State allocation procedures in § 1940.588 and § 1940.589 is appropriate for the program, the Agency will publish a Federal Register notice identifying the program and which State allocation procedure will be used for the program.

(b) If the Agency determines that none of the procedures specified in § 1940.588 and § 1940.589 is appropriate for the program, the Agency will implement the following steps:


(1) The Agency will either develop a preliminary state allocation formula and administrative procedures specific to the requirements of the new program or use whichever of the procedures in § 1940.588 and § 1940.589 the Agency determines most closely matches the purpose of the program. The Agency will publish in the Federal Register the State allocation formula and administrative procedures that it will use initially for the new program.
(2) The Agency will develop a State allocation formula and administrative provisions specific to the new program and publish them as a proposed rule change to this part in the Federal Register for public comment.
(3) Until the program’s State allocation formula and administrative requirements are finalized, the Agency will use the preliminary State allocation formula established under paragraph (b)(1) of this section to make State allocations and administer the new program.

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