In the event of the closure of CDBG-CV grants, HUD may take into account all requirements that will continue to apply after the closure. This may include HUD`s authority to monitor the recipient`s compliance and performance after the closing of the award with respect to applicable post-closing requirements, and HUD may take into account findings of non-compliance with the closing process as an unsatisfactory performance of the recipient when considering a future HCD Act Grant I grant. Examples of requirements that may survive closure include: (i) beginning of the printed page 51473 Clearance fees (e.g.B. audit costs) and costs resulting from potential debts described in the final agreement; (ii) the use of coBG-financed real estate in accordance with program rules; (iii) to take sufficient measures to enforce and implement mandatory flood protection requirements; (iv) other provisions contained in the financial clearance agreement. When CDBG-CV funds are included in a substantial change to the most recent annual action plan presented, existing cooperation agreements between a local government and a county in the city, which regulate other cdBG funds in the most recent annual action plan (for the purposes of a county or joint program), will automatically cover the funding of the CDBG-CV. These cooperation agreements continue to apply to the use of CDBG-CV funds for the duration of the CDBG-CV grant. A state may engage in eligible activities directly in accordance with the requirement of the claim program of 24 CFR 570.200 (f), through its staff, through purchase contracts or assistance under agreements with sub-recipients. In accordance with Section 102I of the HCD Act, one or more public authorities may be appointed by a state Chief Executive Officer for activities supported under this chapter. A state is responsible for the use of CDBG-CV funds in accordance with all program requirements. The application of inter-institutional agreements, sub-contractors agreements (including agreements with Indian tribes and designated public bodies, as described in Section IIIb.B.6.b.ii) or contracts does not absinsion the state from this responsibility.
It is the responsibility of states to determine the adequacy of services under subcontracting agreements and contracts obtained and to take appropriate action in the event of performance problems. State fellows remain responsible for citizens` rights, labour standards and environmental protection requirements for compliance with all applicable requirements, including conflict of interest provisions in provisions 24 CFR 570.489 (g) and (h). HUD waives the requirements of 570,200 (h) and 570,489 (b) to the extent necessary to authorize a beneficiary to allow the reimbursement of pre-claim costs for sub-recipients, local authority units and even in addition to pre-agreement and pre-allocation fees. However, an environmental assessment must be carried out and the funds must be released in accordance with 24 CFR, Part 58, before CDBG-CV funds are required to repay these costs. After signing a CDBG-CV agreement, the beneficiary can reimburse the local authority or sub-recipient unit for the costs incurred before the general local authority unit or beneficiaries seek assistance from the beneficiary. All beneficiaries may, in accordance with the cost advance decision before the agreement 24 CFR 570.489 (b) (States) and the pre-award authority after 24 CFR 570.200 (rights), authorize the costs before the agreement as amended above. In accordance with the waiver declaration and the replacement requirement set out in paragraph III.B.6. (b) (b) States are authorized to act directly, the provisions of 24 CFR 570.489 (b) to the extent necessary to empower a state, the costs of granting before the agreement of its sub-beneficiaries, in addition to the costs of the units of the municipalities prior to the agreement, are set according to the procedures established by the State and subject to the requirements applicable to the costs of the units of the local authorities for the