This portion applies to grants, co-operative contracts, loans and other types of federal financial assistance within the meaning of 25.306. (a) When a federal grant agency limits any future grant to an insured person or institution pursuant to Never Contract with the Enemy, it must provide information about the person or entity not eligible under subtitle E, Title VIII of the NDAA for GJ 2015 (Pub). L. 113-291) as a prohibited or restricted source in SAM exclusions. In order to account for the number of loans and other types of federal financial assistance recipients who do not receive grants, OMB has withdrawn two beneficiaries from the bradstreet (D-B) dun on the basis of the DuNS (Data Numbering System Number number) identification numbers. On that date, all recipients of federal financial assistance must register for DUNS numbers; However, DUNS numbers will expire as the primary key to identifying each entity data by 2020 instead of a non-proprietary entity identifier number (IUU) generated by SAM. The OMB proposes to harmonize the conditions with 2 CFR, Part 200, to support efforts under the CAP grants objective to standardize the business process and grant management data. Covered grant, cooperation agreement, means a grant or cooperation agreement within the meaning of 2 CFR 200.1, with an estimated value of more than USD 50,000, made outside the United States, including its property and territories, to support an emergency operation actively involving members of the armed forces in hostilities. With the exception of U.S.
Department of Defense grants and cooperation agreements granted on or before December 19, 2017, which will be implemented under U.S. Central Command, where the estimated value is more than $100,000. The table below lists the different parts and volumes of this title, by federal agency or supervisory body, to which the laws or regulations contained in this volume refer. Scroll under this table to buy individual volumes. (Note: the table is an image that cannot be clicked on.) The definitions “Federal National Aid Number (CFDA) and “CFDA Program Title” have been replaced by the terms “Assistance listing number” and “Assistance listing program title” to reflect the change in terminology. (ii) the imposition and education of paternity by children (title IV-D of the Social Security Act, 42 S.C 651-669b); (a) title. Subject to the requirements and conditions set out in this section, ownership of real estate acquired or enhanced under a federal price is transferred to the non-federal unit upon acquisition. (2) an international public organization that is an organization that, as an international organization, is a entitled organization under the International Organizations Immunities Act (22 U.S.C 288-288f; Intangible property is property without physical existence, such as trademarks, copyrights, patents and patent applications and property, such as loans, bonds and other debt, leasing contracts, shares and other ownership instruments (whether physical or intangible property). The President`s results-Oriented Accountability for Grants CAP, results-oriented, aims to shift the balance between compliance and performance, while reducing the burden.
Agencies are encouraged to promote promising performance practices that support the achievement of the program`s objectives and objectives. Many federal authorities are working together to develop innovation and a risk-based approach, including performance, to obtain results-based grants (if any). By focusing on the balance between performance and compliance, agencies may have the opportunity to streamline compliance requirements for programs that demonstrate results.