FY2021 Commercial Driver's License Program Implementation

The CDLPI financial assistance program objective is to provide financial assistance to States and other eligible entities to aid participation in the National CDL program.

The ultimate goal of the National CDL Program supports the Department’s strategic goals and FMCSA’s mission by

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ensuring that only qualified drivers are eligible to receive and retain a CDL.

The National CDL program focuses on the concept that each driver has only one driving record and only one licensing document, commonly referred to as "One Driver — One License — One Record." Further, the National CDL program requires States to to conduct knowledge and skills testing before issuing a Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP) and/or CDL; to maintain a complete and accurate driver history record for anyone who obtains a CLP and/or CDL; and to impose driver disqualifications as appropriate
Related Programs

Commercial Driver License State Programs

Department of Transportation


Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: DOT-Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Estimated Funding: $32,702,000





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FY2021 Commercial Driver's License Program Implementation

Additional Information of Eligibility:
All types of applicants are eligible to apply, except nonprofit organizations described in section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 that engaged in lobbying activities after December 31, 1995.Applicants that are not domestic organizations should be advised that:• Individual applicants are unlikely to possess the skills, abilities, and resources to successfully accomplish the objectives of this FOA.

Individual applicants are encouraged to address this concern in their applications and to demonstrate how they will accomplish the objectives of this FOA.• Non-domestic applicants are advised that successful applications from non-domestic applicants include a detailed demonstration of how the applicant possesses skills, resources, and abilities that do not exist among potential domestic applicants.This FOA does not support an applicant’s commercial activity.

Applications from for-profit organizations that propose a scientific scope of work related to current business activity or uses are considered to be commercial activity and will be declined.

Applications containing a scientific scope of work that is or has been supported by or proposed to a Federal Small Business Innovative Research or Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR / STTR) program are considered to be commercial activity and will be declined without merit review.

All for-profit applicants must include a description, not to exceed 200 words, of how their proposed work will advance scientific understanding of a basic and fundamental nature as an appendix to the research narrative.Applications that are submitted by applicants that have not submitted a pre-application will be declined without further review.Federally-affiliated entities must adhere to the eligibility standards below:1.

DOE/NNSA National LaboratoriesDOE/NNSA National Laboratories are eligible to submit applications (either as a lead organization or as a team member in a multi-institutional team) under this FOA but may not be proposed as subrecipients under another organization’s application.

If recommended for funding as a lead applicant, funding will be provided through the DOE Field-Work Proposal System.

Additional instructions for securing authorization from the cognizant Contracting Officer are found in Section VIII of this FOA.2.

Non-DOE/NNSA FFRDCsNon-DOE/NNSA FFRDCs are not eligible to submit applications under this FOA but may be proposed as subrecipients under another organization’s application.

If recommended for funding as a proposed subrecipient, the value of the proposed subaward may be removed from the prime applicant’s award and may be provided through an Inter-Agency Award to the FFRDC’s sponsoring Federal Agency.

Additional instructions for securing authorization from the cognizant Contracting Officer are found in Section VIII of this FOA.3.

Other Federal AgenciesOther Federal Agencies are neither eligible to submit applications under this FOA nor to be proposed as subrecipients under another organization’s application.

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Date Posted:
2021-01-28

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Archive Date:
2021-04-14




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