(a) The Director follows the procedures in § 660.10 if:
(1) A state office or official is designated to act as a single point of contact between
a state process and all Federal agencies, and
(2) That office or official transmits a state process recommendation for a program selected
under § 660.6.
(b)(1) The single point of contact is not obligated to transmit comments from state, areawide,
regional or local officials and entities where there is no state process recommendation.
(2) If a state process recommendation is transmitted by a single point of contact, all
comments from state, areawide, regional, and local officials and entities that differ
from it must also be transmitted.
(c) If a state has not established a process, or is unable to submit a state process
recommendation, state, areawide, regional and local officials and entities may submit
comments either to the applicant or to the Foundation.
(d) If a program or activity is not selected for a state process, state, areawide, regional
and local officials and entities may submit comments either to the applicant or to
the Foundation. In addition, if a state process recommendation for a nonselected program or activity
is transmitted to the Foundation by the single point of contact, the Director follows
the procedures of § 660.10 of this part.
(e) The Director considers comments which do not constitute a state process recommendation
submitted under these regulations and for which the Director is not required to apply
the procedures of § 660.10 of this part, when such comments are provided by a single point of contact, by the
applicant, or directly to the Foundation by a commenting party.
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