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Appeal Brief

ApplicantIdaho Office of Emergency Management
Appeal Type1st
Project Number5
Date Signed2018-05-29T00:00:00
  • Issue
    • FEMA Region X terminated and de-obligated funds awarded to a generator project based on the finding that an updated hazard mitigation plan had not been provided to FEMA within one year of the grant award.
  • Reason for Approval
    • Region X found that the subrecipient reasonably complied with 44 CFR and the Extraordinary Circumstances Exception approval letter by providing a hazard mitigation plan to FEMA and IOEM within 12 months of the award of the project grant and prior to the deadline for mitigation plan approval.
  • Reference(s)
    • 44 CFR 206.434 (b)(2) - Extraordinary circumstances
    • 44 CFR 206.440 (b)(1) - Appeals
Last updated September 12, 2018