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(a) Before changing the scope of work of a grant project from the terms of the grant award, a grantee must submit the proposed changes in writing to the Corporation for approval. The Corporation will notify the grantee of its decisions within 30 days after receipt of the proposed changes.
(b) To change the beginning or ending date of a grant period, a grantee must submit to the Corporation for approval a written request for the change. A request to change the ending date of a grant must be submitted at least 30 days before the ending date of the grant. A request to change the ending date of a grant submitted within 30 days before the ending date of the grant will be considered only upon a showing by the grantee of good cause for the delay in submitting the request. Within 10 working days after receipt of the request, the Corporation will review the request and notify the grantee of its decision. The grantee may not use grant money to pay an expense incurred before the beginning date or after the ending date of the grant period unless payment of the expense is authorized under the terms of the grant and is authorized in writing by the Corporation.
(c) If the project director of a grant project relinquishes or expects to relinquish active direction of the grant project, the grantee shall immediately notify the Corporation in writing. The Corporation may require the grantee to obtain the Corporation's approval of the project director's replacement. If the project director anticipates a temporary absence exceeding three months, the grantee shall notify the Corporation of the anticipated absence at least 30 days before the director's departure. The Corporation may require the grantee to obtain the Corporation's approval of the absence. If the approval of the grant was based, in whole or in part, on the qualifications of the individual program director, the Corporation may terminate the grant if the Corporation disapproves a replacement or an absence under this subsection.
History: Eff. 6/11/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 18.55.100
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