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Forms for National Maritime Heritage Grant Recipients

 

General Information

Funds for National Maritime Heritage Grants will be disbursed directly to State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPOs). The NPS signs a direct grant agreement with the SHPO for grants in each SHPO?s state; applicants access project funds through a subgrant the SHPO makes with each successful applicant. Although the NPS selects the recipients of Maritime Heritage Grants, there is no direct grant agreement between the NPS and the applicant. Therefore, it is critical that successful applicants work closely with their SHPO to access funds and ensure compliance with all laws and regulations as explained in the grant agreement.

The documents and forms below are provided for your use or guidance throughout the grant period. If you have trouble accessing them, please contact Kelly Spradley-Kurowski.

 

Helpful Information

 

Contracting and Procurement Information

These documents are to assist you in record keeping, and should be retained in case of audit or when required by the SHPO for its semi-annual reporting to the NPS on subgrant progress:

 

Grant Project Publicity and Program Acknowledgement

Grant projects will be required to acknowledge assistance from the National Park Service and carry a disclaimer when publicizing the project and its results. The following documents should be used to assist you in these circumstances:

Reporting

Periodic progress reports and a final report on the project must be submitted to the NPS. The following documents are the cover sheets for each report and explain what is required. Recipients should?not?forward these forms or supporting documentation directly to the NPS; please consult with your SHPO about meeting these requirements.