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Lesson 2.3 Federal Fund Resources and Support

Learning Objective 4:
Recall the location of additional help and resources for Federal funds
Site Purpose is an important site for additional Federal funding information.
National Scenic Byways Program Grants has a section for Grants that is important to view. This section contains information on grant applications, useful information, and archived projects for review.
FHWA - Financing Federal-aid Highways This site contains more details on the appropriation process and obligation limitation.
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): Main Page is the general page, to find a CFR, type in the number Code of Federal Regulations - States are responsible for meeting all of these and many other Federal and State laws and regulations. For example, States must comply with the UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR GRANTS AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS in Part 18 of Title 49 CFR and with the ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND RELATED PROCEDURES in Part 771 of Title 23 CFR. Other Federal requirements may also apply, such as the COST PRINCIPLES in Part 225 of Title 2 CFR.
The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
For more information on the proposed language for a new transportation bill (which could include the National Scenic Byways Program) visit the websites of the two Congressional committees responsible for drafting the transportation bills.
THOMAS (Library of Congress) This site contains more information on current bills in and passed by Congress.
Updated: 12/15/2015
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