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One or more related undertakings necessary to fulfill a need(s), as defined by the grantee in a project statement, and consistent with the purposes of the appropriate Act.

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Project Cost

Total allowable costs incurred under a Federal award and all required cost sharing and voluntary committed cost sharing, including third-party contributions.

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Project Statement

A written description the work required to achieve the anticipated project outcome.  This project statement includes estimated costs, incremental activities, project phases, and expected results. The project statement is the heart and soul of your grant application. It helps to identify a conservation issue, problem, or opportunity that must be addressed, as well as, the actions that your agency will implement to help resolve the issue, problem, or opportunity.

Required Elements:

  • Need
  • Purpose/Objectives
  • Results or benefits expected
  • Approach
  • Useful Life
  • Geographic Location
  • Principal Investigator (research projects)
  • Program Income
  • Budget Narrative
  • Multipurpose projects
  • Timeline
  • General

Entry link: Project Statement

Property Covenant

Conditions tied to the ownership or use of the land.

Entry link: Property Covenant

Property Deed

Written and signed legal instrument that is used to transfer ownership of real property.

Entry link: Property Deed

Property Lien

A legal claim on assets which allows the holder to obtain access to property if debts are not paid.

Entry link: Property Lien

Property Name

The commonly known name designated by the State or Regional Office for any size of contiguous parcels/tracts assigned by the Grantee.

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The appropriate application forms, project statement, and other documents submitted with the application.

Entry link: Proposal

Protected Personally Identifiable Information (Protected PII)

An individual's first name or first initial and last name in combination with any one or more of types of information, including, but not limited to, social security number, passport number, credit card numbers, clearances, bank numbers, biometrics, date and place of birth, mother's maiden name, criminal, medical and financial records, educational transcripts. This does not include PII that is required by law to be disclosed.

Entry link: Protected Personally Identifiable Information (Protected PII)


Pass-Through Entity.

Entry link: PTE

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