collapse Title : 00 - INTRODUCTION ‎(3)
collapse Title : 001 - Communication ‎(1)
collapse Title : 002 - Required Policies ‎(1)
collapse Title : 003 - Postings ‎(1)
collapse Title : 0100 - Funding Applications ‎(4)
collapse Title : 0200 - Project Administration ‎(5)
collapse Title : 0300 - Finance ‎(3)
collapse Title : 0400 - Vehicles ‎(9)
collapse Title : 0500 - Transit Services ‎(3)
collapse Title : 0600 - Safety and Security ‎(1)
collapse Title : 0700 - Training ‎(1)
collapse Title : 0800 - Coordination, Regionalization, and Connectivity ‎(1)
collapse Title : 0900 - Reporting ‎(1)
collapse Title : 1000 - Technology ‎(1)
collapse Title : 1100 - Planning ‎(1)
collapse Title : 1200 - Civil Rights ‎(5)
collapse Title : 1300 - Compliance ‎(7)
collapse Title : 1400 - Oversight ‎(1)
collapse Title : 1500 - Other ‎(1)
collapse Title : 2000 - Director Guidance ‎(1)
collapse Title : 2100 - Management Practices ‎(2)
collapse Title : 3000 - Doing Business ‎(4)
collapse Title : 4000 - ATTACHMENTS ‎(1)
collapse Title : 5000 - References ‎(1)
  • 1300 - Compliance

  • 1306 - Lobbying

  • ​Influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any Federal department or agency, a member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress or an employee of a member of Congress about obtaining a Federal grant, cooperative agreement or any other Federal award is prohibited.

    Lobbying: influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any Federal department or agency, a member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a member of Congress in connection with obtaining a Federal grant, cooperative agreement or any other Federal award.
    Annual Certification: Subrecipients must annually certify that they have not and will not use federally appropriated funds for lobbying. Subrecipients must impose lobbying restrictions and receive the same certification from the third‐party contractors doing operations or administration.
    Exception: Lobbying restrictions do not apply to activities that might influence policy issues.


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