What happens if it is determined my application award would result in a duplication of benefit?

To assist in determining if a duplication of benefit exists, applicants are required to disclose all alternate funding previously applied for and received for the same impact and/or use they are currently applying for through the Township’s RISE program.  Applicants will also be required to fill out an Exhibit to demonstrate the total value of the estimated need and/or impact and itemize all alternate funding received for the same.  If the need is less than the total of the alternate and RISE grant funding being applied for, a duplication of benefits exists and the applicant would not be eligible for RISE grant funding. In some instances, a reduced RISE grant application amount may result in eligibility, as long as the total need remains equal to, or greater than, the total amount of alternate and RISE grant funding combined. 

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1. If I have questions, who do I contact?
2. Who can apply for both subrecipient and direct beneficiary grants?
3. What is the maximum dollar amount that I can apply for?
4. What are eligible uses of ARPA funds?
5. What are ineligible costs?
6. What is the difference between a beneficiary and subrecipient?
7. What is a duplication of benefit?
8. What happens if it is determined my application award would result in a duplication of benefit?
9. I am interested in submitting a bid for one or more of the infrastructure projects the RISE. Where can I find information on how to submit a bid for these projects when they are released?