Public Assistance Program Regulations
Regulations are Federal rules with the force and effect of law that implement a statute based on a Federal agency's interpretation of that statute. FEMA and any entity receiving assistance must comply with all applicable Federal Regulations.
FEMA publishes Public Assistance Program rules in the following parts of 44 Code of Federal Regulations:
- Part 206 Subpart G, Public Assistance Project Administration;
- Part 206 Subpart H, Public Assistance Eligibility;
- Part 206 Subpart I, Public Assistance Insurance Requirements; and
- Part 207, Management Costs.
The Office of Management and Budget establishes regulations regarding administrative requirements, cost principles, and audit requirements in 2 Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards.