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(Revision 4)

(11-15-90) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1944-I

§1944.408 [Reserved] (Revised 07-31-96, PN 264.)
§1944.409 Executive Order 12372.
The self-help program is subject to the provision of Executive Order 12372 which requires intergovernmental consultation with State and local officials. Under Subpart I of Part 1970 (available in any Agency office), new applicants for the self-help program must submit their Statement of Activities to the State single point of contact prior to submitting their preapplication to the Agency. The name of the point of contact is available from the State Office. (Revised 01-18-12, SPECIAL PN.)
§1944.410 Processing preapplications, applications, and completing grant dockets.
(a) Form SF-424, "Application for Federal Assistance." Form SF-424 in an original and one copy must be submitted by the applicant to the District Director. It will be used to establish communication between the applicant and RHS, determine the applicant's eligibility, determine how well the project can compete with similar applications from other organizations and eliminate any proposals which have little or no chance for Federal funding before applicants incur significant expenditures for preparing an application. In addition, the following information will be attached to and become a part of the preapplication:
(1) Complete information about the applicant's previous experience and capacity to carry out the objective of the agreement.
(2) If the applicant organization is already formed, a copy of or an accurate reference to the specific provisions of State law under which the applicant is organized; a certified copy of the applicant's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws or other evidence of corporate existence; certificate of incorporation for other than public bodies; evidence of good standing from the State when the corporation has been in existence 1 year or more; the names and addresses of the applicant's members, directors, and officers; and, if another organization is a member of the applicant-organization, its name, address, and principal business. If the applicant is not already formed, attach copies of the proposed organizational documents demonstrating compliance with §1944.404(d) of this subpart.


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§1944.410(a) (Con.) RD Instruction 1944-I

(3) A current (no more than 12 months old) dated and signed financial statement showing the amounts and specific nature of assets and liabilities together with information on the repayment schedule and status of any debt owed by the applicant. If the applicant is being sponsored by another organization, the same type of financial statement also must be provided by the applicant's sponsor.

(4) A narrative statement which includes information about the amount of the grant funds being requested, area(s) to be served, need for self-help housing in the area(s), the number of self-help units proposed to be built, rehabilitated or repaired during the agreement period, housing conditions of low-income families in the area and reasons why families need self-help assistance. Evidence should be provided that the communities support the activity and that there are low-income families willing to contribute their labor in order to obtain adequate housing. Evidence of community support may be letters of support from local officials, individuals and community organizations. The pre-application may contain information such as census materials, local planning studies, surveys, or other readily available information which indicates a need in the area for housing of the type and cost to be provided by the proposed self-help TA program.
(5) A plan of how the organization proposes to reach very low-income families living in houses that are deteriorated, dilapidated, overcrowded, and/or lack plumbing facilities.
(6) A proposed budget which will be prepared on SF-424A, "Budget Information (Non-Construction Programs)" will be completed to address applicable assurances as outlined in ½3015.205 of 7 CFR Part 3015. State and local Government will include an assurance that the grantee shall comply with all applicable Federal statutes and regulations in effect with respect to the periods for which it receives grant funding. The State and local governments shall also comply with 7 CFR Part 3016.
(7) A preliminary survey as to the availability of lots and projected cost of the sites.
(8) A list of other activities the applicant is engaged in and expects to continue, and a statement as to other sources of funding and whether it will have sufficient funds to assure continued operation of the other activities for at least the period of the agreement. If multi-funded, its cost allocation plan or indirect cost rate must be part of the pre-application.


(Revision 1)

(11-15-90) SPECIAL PN

RD Instruction 1944-I

§1944.410(a) (Con.)

(9) Whether assistance under paragraph (d) of this section is requested and a brief narrative identifying the need, amount of funds needed, and projected time period.

(10) If a project is planned for five or more housing lots or units, an Affirmative Fair Marketing Plan is required. The plan will be in effect until the completion of the project.
(b) Preapplication review.
(1) The District Director, within 30 days of receipt of the preapplication, Form SF-424, and all other required information and material will complete a thorough review for completeness, accuracy, and conformance to program policy and regulations. Incomplete preapplications will be returned to the applicant for completion. The applicant should be given the name of the regional technical assistance contractor. The County Supervisor in the prospective county will be contacted as to the need for the program in the proposed area and if the necessary resources are available to the grantee. This will include a discussion of the number of 502 and 504 units that will need to be committed to the grantee and the potential work impact on the office during the grant period. If it is determined that the County Office lacks the resources (either personnel or funds) to process all loan requests in a timely manner, the District Director must communicate this need to the State Director along with a recommended solution. (Lack of resources at the county level are not grounds to deny a request). After the District Director has determined that the preapplication is complete and accurate, the District Director will assemble the material in an applicant case file and forward it to the State Director. The case file, as a minimum, must contain the following:
(i) Form SF-424,
(ii) Documentation required in accordance with 7 CFR part 1970, (Revised 04-01-16, SPECIAL PN.)
(iii) Eligibility recommendations, and
(iv) HUD Form 935.2 "Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plan", if applicable.

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