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(1) Annually, the chief of the Idaho office of emergency management shall prepare a written summary of all grants received from the federal emergency management agency to be distributed to the forty-four (44) county commission chairmen. The summary shall list those federal funds that are eligible for direct assistance to local disaster agencies in accordance with section 46-1009(2), Idaho Code, and those funds that are limited to use by the state and not eligible for direct assistance to local disaster agencies.
(2) Not less than thirty-four percent (34%) of the eligible direct assistance funds shall be subgranted by the Idaho office of emergency management to the local disaster agencies. Funds shall be distributed to the local disaster agencies subject to the provisions and rules of the Idaho office of emergency management, the federal emergency management agency through the Robert T. Stafford Act, title 44 of the code of federal regulations, and pertinent circulars published by the United States office of management and budget.
(3) Direct financial assistance to the local disaster agencies is not an entitlement. Subgrants are awarded through the Idaho office of emergency management for the purpose of assisting counties to achieve goals and objectives outlined in an approved county grant proposal.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Idaho Statutes Title 46. Militia and Military Affairs § 46-1025. Federal funds to political subdivisions - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/id/title-46-militia-and-military-affairs/id-st-sect-46-1025/
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