Answer key to IS 1025 Grant Administration Decisions for Tribal Governments. In an effort to educate and promote effective engagement with respect to the declaration process, the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act in 2013 included a provision amending the Robert T. Stafford Act to provide federally recognized Tribal governments with the option to seek Stafford Act assistance independent of a State if they choose to do so. Contains correct FEMA IS 1025 answers and course notes. For a basic foundation on public assistance, check out our FEMA IS 318 Answer Key, FEMA IS 350 Answer Key, FEMA IS 650 Answer Key.
This course provides an overview of Public Assistance as it relates to federally recognized Tribal governments when deciding to act as a Recipient. By the end of the course, participants will be able to explain the different processes and key administrative requirements a Tribe must undertake in its decision to apply for Public Assistance as a Recipient who manages (and may also apply as a Sub-recipient), or as a Sub-recipient who reports to a Recipient (State or Territorial government entity).
Participants will be able to identify the set of considerations that a Tribe must take into account when deciding to apply for Public Assistance as a Recipient or Sub-recipient.
- Describe the process and considerations for deciding to manage FEMA’s Public Assistance Program as a Recipient.
- Explain the general administrative requirements of Recipients to receive Public Assistance grant funding.