Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) Program

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement (CA or Agreement) is to provide the Recipient with resources to collect and analyze motor vehicle safety data consistent with NHTSA’s records-based data collection programs:The Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), a census of all police-reported fatal


motor vehicle crashes in the United States (50 States, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico), where crash information is analyzed, coded, and stored in NHTSA’s Records-Based Information Solution (RBIS).

Also, FARS collects and enters fatalities resulting from non-traffic fatal crashes information in RBIS;The Crash Report Sampling System (CRSS), a sample of police-reported crashes involving motor vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists, ranging from non-traffic crash injuries to property-damage-only crashes, and to those that result in fatalities.
Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Estimated Funding: $95,000,000

Who's Eligible

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The following are eligible: Indian Tribes (as defined under section 4(13) of NAHASDA) and; Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) (as defined under 4(22) of NAHASDA) who have ever been allocated formula funding.

Applications submitted by a TDHE on behalf of an Indian tribe(s) must include a tribal certification(s) or resolution(s) on official letterhead authorizing the TDHE to apply on behalf of the tribe(s).

HUD will accept existing Indian Housing Plan (IHP) certifications that state that the tribe has delegated to the TDHE the authority to submit an IHP or application on behalf of the tribe without prior review by the tribe.

The certification(s) or resolution(s) must be submitted with the application.

See Section IV.B.2.l.

An Indian tribe that authorizes a TDHE to apply on its behalf may not also submit its own application for funding.

Such application will not be evaluated.

Subawards: Eligible applicants may subaward to other entities under this NOFO.

In this instance, HUD will assess the entity listed on the SF-424 throughout this competition.  Alaska Tribes Only:  Pursuant to Section 211 of the General Provisions in the 2021 Appropriations Act, only Native Alaskan Indian Housing Block Grant recipients that received IHBG grants in Fiscal Year 2005 are eligible to apply directly for funding under this NOFO.  Native Alaskan tribes that are required to designate a Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHE) in Alaska for their IHBG formula program may not apply directly for funding under this competition.

Native Alaskan tribes that choose to but are not required to designate a TDHE in Alaska for its IHBG formula program may apply for IHBG competitive funds directly.

Individuals, foreign entities, and sole proprietorship organizations are not eligible to compete for, or receive, awards made under this announcement.

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