The agency within a Title II consortium that is responsible for contract administration; also called a fiscal agent (an incorporated consortium sometimes serves as the lead agency).[ ] [ ] [ B-C ] [ D-G ] [ H-L ] [ M-P ] [ Q-S ] [ T-Z
An agency designated at least once every three years by an area agency on aging as a result of a request for proposal process. The lead agency coordinates some or all of the services, either directly or through subcontracts, for functionally impaired elderly persons.
the agency (office) within a state or territory in charge of overseeing and co-ordinating early childhood programs and services
The agency with the primary responsibility for seeking and administering funds under a grant. A funder among a group of funders that approves or funds a project can also be the lead agency.
see agency of record (AOR).
The federal department or agency that is assigned the lead responsibility under US law for the management and coordination of the federal response in a specific functional area. Lead agencies support the Lead Federal Agency (LFA) during all phases of the response. See Lead Federal Agency.
A public agency that has the principal responsibility for carrying out or approving a project.
The lead agency convenes the coalition and assumes significant responsibility for its operation. However, the lead agency does not control the coalition. The "lead agency" should recognize the amount of resources necessary to initiate and maintain the coalition and the importance of respecting the differences between the coalition's and the lead agency's perspectives.
The lead agency for Adak's environmental program is the U.S. Navy.
The decision-making agency that assumes primary responsibility for approval of cultural resource investigation plans, results, and recommendations for a proposed project (e.g., town planning board, municipality).
the agency (office) within a state or territory in charge of overseeing and coordinating service systems for children ages birth through
The state agency in charge of overseeing and coordinating early intervention services. In California, the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) is the lead agency.
The federal agency (or state agency operating pursuant to a contract or cooperative agreement) that has primary responsibility for coordinating response actions under the National Contingency Plan. A federal lead agency provides the On-Scene Coordinator (OSC) or Remedial Project Manager (RPM). A state lead agency carries out the same responsibilities delineated for OSCs/RPMs except coordinating and directing federal agency response actions (40 CFR 300.5). aximum Contaminant Level (MCL). Under the Safe Drinking Water Act, the maximum permissible level of a contaminant in water delivered to any user of a public water system.
State agency which has been designated by the governor to administer and implement a statewide comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency service delivery system for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
A provider agency designated as the leader in a collaborative venture of several agencies and vested with full clinical responsibility, fiscal authority, and overall responsibility for contracting or otherwise arranging for needed services from external specialized agencies or other health and human service systems.
(organisme-conseil) - an agency with government-wide responsibilities related to the GSP, as defined in the GSP
A community-based organization which would assume all responsibilities for coordinating agencies offering Respite Care across the Lifespan in a defined area. The responsibilities include providing or contracting with others to provide needed services and administration of pilot or demonstration projects.
A state or Federal agency taking primary responsibility for preparing an engineering or environmental document.
The lead agencies for the US 50 Corridor East project are the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Lead agencies are responsible for ensuring that National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements are met.
Specific to the BIEAP-FREMP review process, the lead agency is an applicant's principal contact and will receive the application package on behalf of the partnership. Proponents should contact the lead agency early in the process and maintain open communications throughout. Most often, the lead agency will be the appropriate port authority, based on the location of the project. If there is any confusion about which port authority to contact, call the BIEAP-FREMP office.
Where a project is to be carried out or approved by more than one public agency, one public agency shall be responsible for preparing an EIR or Negative Declaration for the project. This agency is called the lead agency.
in a consortium of entities applying for a grant, the lead agency the fiscal agent responsible for overall project management & fiscal, and issuing subcontracts to other partners.