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Effective date: June 19, 2020
Termination means the ending of a federal award, in whole or in part, at any time prior to the planned end of period of performance.1
The federal award may be terminated, in whole or in part, as follows:
If the grant is terminated due to reasons outlined in section A and B under Reasons for Termination in this policy, then DWD-DET will provide a written notice to the local WDB stating that a grant termination will occur if the local WDB is not able to cure the breach of the grant within 30 calendar days of receiving this notice.
If the grant is terminated due to reasons outlined in section C and D under Reasons for Termination in this policy, then DWD-DET will provide a written notice to the local WDB stating that a grant termination will occur.
If the grant is terminated due to the local WDB's material failure to comply with federal statutes or regulations; or the terms and conditions of the Federal award, the notification of termination will state the following:2
When a federal award is terminated or partially terminated, both DWD-DET and the local WDB remain responsible for compliance with the requirements in policy section 3.5 Grant Closeout.
The grantee will be provided an opportunity to appeal any termination action. The appeal process is outlined in the Wisconsin State Plan.
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