Nmtc Allocation Agreement

(c) non-compliance or failure status: the CDFI fund does not take into account an applicant`s application who is a previous recipient of the CDFI or an allocatement under a CDFI fund program if, at the time of the application deadline, the CDFI has definitively established that the applicant is not in compliance with a previously executed assistance or award agreement. , or late to a previously executed attribution agreement; and (ii) that the CDFI fund has provided the applicant with a written notification of this final provision; and (iii) the default occurs during the period beginning 12 months before the application deadline and ending with notification of the award procedure20. In addition, the CDFI fund will not consider an application from an affiliate who is a previous recipient or beneficiary under a CDFI fund program if, at the time of the deadline for submitting applications for this DNO: (i) the CDFI fund has definitively established that such an affiliate is not in compliance with an aid agreement or bonuses previously executed or that it is late to a previously executed allocation agreement; (ii) the CDFI fund sent a written notification to the Affiliate regarding this final decision; and (iii) the default occurs during the period beginning 12 months before the application deadline and ending with notification of the award procedure20. 4. Past laureates or awards: Applicants should be aware that the success of a successful application or pre-allocation cycle of one of the CDFI Fund`s programs is not an indication of the success of the NWD. For the purposes of this NOAA and eligibility determination, the CDFI fund considers an Affiliate as any entity that meets the Affiliate`s definition under the Affiliate`s definition, as defined in the DMTC Allocation Application materials, or as an entity that is otherwise identified as affiliated by the applicant in its NMTC Allocation Application materials. A. Programmatic changes to the CY 2019 funding cycle: the CDFI fund reserves the right to withdraw, at its sole discretion, an allowance made under this DNO if an allowance recipient is deemed ineligible in the “Do Not Pay” database due to unpaid debts or questionable debts to the federal government.

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