Washington Administrative Code
Title 434 - Secretary of State
Chapter 434-670 - The Washington state archives local records grant program
Section 434-670-050 - Local records grant program application requirements

Universal Citation: WA Admin Code 434-670-050

Current through Register Vol. 22-12, June 15, 2022

In order to be complete, an application must include:

(1) Identification of the local government entity ;

(2) Project personnel;

(3) Description of the project (goals, objectives, and final results);

(4) An analysis of the project plan;

(5) Documentary evidence for the need of the project (photos, testimonies, etc.) if applicable;

(6) A timetable;

(7) A funding description that includes:

(a) A budget layout and explanation;

(b) The need for outside funding; and

(c) Availability of sustaining funds.

(8) Evaluation of results :

(a) How will the project be measured a success or failure; and

(b) How will the project improve records management, retention practices, and the ability to respond to public disclosure requests.

(9) Authorization, including:

(a) Being signed and dated by a proper official;

(b) Identification of the application preparer.

(10) Support material, including:

(a) Brief biography and description of the grant-related duties for grant project personnel, consultants, volunteers, etc.;

(b) Identification of necessary services, equipment, supplies, etc.; and

(c) Other relevant information.

Amended by WSR 18-05-003, Filed 2/7/2018, effective 3/10/2018

Statutory Authority: RCW 36.22.175(1). 03-06-069, § 434-670-050, filed 3/3/03, effective 4/3/03.

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