If you have submitted your Indirect Cost Rate Proposal (IRC) to the Administration for Community Living (ACL) and have not yet heard back, we have good news. Many of us were nervous because we haven’t received word on whether our
Every state and territory has an assigned staff person in the Independent Living Administration who is your contact for clarification in how you apply the requirements of the Rehabilitation Act and Uniform Guidance, as well as other questions that affect
The guidance available to SILCs regarding the submission of the State Plan for Independent Living this year specifies: States wishing to receive funding under Parts B and C of the Rehabilitation Act, as amended by WIOA, must submit an approvable
The Independent Living Administration has assigned staff to be your contact person withing ACL related to your grant and grant compliance. You should contact this person first with any questions. Here is the most current list we have: Table of
ACL has requested that we publish this guidance for all the SILCs and DSEs related to the 704 Report Submission: Dear Colleague: Provided below is submission information, key guidance and tips for submitting the 704 Part I Report, for FY
Dear Colleague: We are pleased to provide you with submission information, key guidance, tips for developing the FY 2017-2019 State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL), and resources for technical assistance. As a reminder, the MIS system was migrated from the
ACL has just published the updated guidance clarifying the role of the DSE and urged collaboration while clarifying that the DSE is signing to indicate agreement in executing the DSE responsibilities, and does not have “veto” power as a signer.