Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program

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All of California
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The Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation may award grants under this notice to State and local governments. “State” and “local government” are defined in Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 200, paragraph 1 (2 C.F.R. Part 200.1). 2 C.F.R. Part 200, paragraphs 331 through 333 (2 C.F.R. Part 200.331-.333), prescribes how entities eligible to receive funding under the Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program may act as pass-through entities. For example, not-for-profit, member-owned utilities may receive funding as a sub-recipient to a State or local government, and projects owned by such utilities must comply with Federal Interest rules described in the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation’s grant terms and conditions. Proposals must be submitted on behalf of any proposed sub-recipient. Any proposals submitted by a sub-recipient will not be considered.
Please access the Defense Community Infrastructure Pilot Program link on the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation homepage ( for general information about both the Defense Community

Section 2391(d) of Title 10, United States Code (10 U.S.C. § 2391(d)), authorizes the Secretary of Defense to “make grants, conclude cooperative agreements, and supplement funds available under Federal programs administered by agencies other than the Department of Defense, to assist State and local governments to address deficiencies in community infrastructure supportive of a military installation.” Community infrastructure projects are transportation projects, community support facilities (e.g., schools, hospitals, police, fire, and emergency response), and utility infrastructure projects (e.g., water, wastewater, telecommunications, electric, gas, etc.) that are located off of a military installation or on property under the jurisdiction of a Secretary of a military department that is subject to a real estate agreement (including a lease or easement), and are owned by a State or local government or a not-for-profit, member owned utility service.This Notice identifies the criteria established for the selection of community infrastructure projects. Proposals will be competitively scored across these criteria, identified in Section E., paragraph 1. of this Notice. $100 million in funding is available for this program and will expire if they are not obligated prior to the close of business on September 30, 2023.Project proposals must include the endorsement of the local installation commander representing the installation benefitting from the proposed project. Proposals for projects that will contribute to the training of cadets enrolled in an independent program at a covered educational institution must include the endorsement of an installation commander for an installation benefitting from the proposed project, regardless of the distance between the covered educational institution and the installation benefitting from the project. Endorsement letters should indicate either the installation’s or covered educational institution’s need for the project and the benefitting installation’s willingness to support the civilian execution of the project to the extent practicable, including assisting the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation with the technical review of any required National Environmental Policy Act environmental planning documents for the proposed project.

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