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Status: Cancelled

Use of Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Funds as Matching Funds

To transmit information on the use of JTPA funds as matching funds.


All Native American Grantees


PAUL A. MAYRAND HERB FELLMAN Director Chief Office of Special Targeted Division of Indian and Programs Native American Programs


March 24, 1986

Expiration Date


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Reference. None. Information. On several occasions DINAP has been asked by Native American grantees if JTPA funds could be used as matching funds for other grants--Federal, State or other. There is nothing in JTPA or its regulations which authorizes or prohibits the use of JTPA funds as matching funds under any other Federal or State or other program. The acceptability of JTPA funds as matching funds for another grant must be decided by the agency which would award the funds. Of course, JTPA funds which are used as matching funds can only be expended in the "matched" programs for JTPA authorized activities. Inquiries. Contact your DINAP Federal Representative.

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