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New OMB Guideline M-11-34. Directed federal agencies to take steps to ensure grantees to complete ARRA projects by 9/30/2013 Revise terms of Recovery Act discretionary grant agreements

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New omb guideline m 11 34
New OMB Guideline M-11-34

Directed federal agencies to

  • take steps to ensure grantees to complete ARRA projects by 9/30/2013

  • Revise terms of Recovery Act discretionary grant agreements

    • To the extent permitted by law, to provide for reclamation of funds that remain unspent after 9/30/2013, absent a waiver issued by OMB pursuant to this memorandum


Effect of this guideline
Effect of this Guideline

  • Grants expiring on or before 9/30/2013

    • No extension beyond

  • Grants expiring after 9/30/2013

    • Automatic NCE authority will be eliminated

    • Potential amendment of award expiration to 9/30/2013

    • Extension beyond 9/30/2013 will require prior approval and waiver from OMB; request deadline 3/2/2012


Criteria for granting waiver
Criteria for Granting Waiver

  • Project is long-term by design; acceleration would compromise core programmatic goals

  • Project must undergo complex environmental review that cannot be completed within said timeframe

  • Contractual commitments between awardee and subrecipients/vendors legally prevent adjusting the timeline for spending

  • Acceleration may cause unnecessary harm or unreasonable risk to vertebrate animals or human subjects