STATE OF DELAWARE
EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN
TO: Heads of all State Departments and Agencies
SUBJECT: Notification Procedure by State Agencies of Federal Financial Assistance Applications
WHEREAS, there are currently many programs and agencies of the Federal Government which provide assistance, both financial and otherwise, to agencies of the State of Delaware; and
WHEREAS, in order to achieve the maximum benefit for all Delaware citizens it is necessary to fully coordinate and complement federal financial programs, to determine the sources of all federal funds available to the State of Delaware, to establish new state programs and to participate in advance whenever possible in the formulation of policy decisions on each phase of programming, planning, and administration; and
WHEREAS, a procedure of notification must be established to insure coordination of the applications of all State agencies for federal financial assistance for the most efficient and effective use of all funds from whatever source:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Charles L. Terry, Jr., by virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor of the State of Delaware, hereby declare and order that:
1. All State agencies shall give notice of intent to apply to the Federal government for funds from any source whatever and for whatever reason to the Governor, Governor's Federal
State Coordinator, Budget Director, and Director of State Planning, at least two weeks prior to submission of the actual application.
2. All State agencies shall give notice of approval or disapproval of any such application for Federal funds immediately after receipt thereof, to the Governor, Governor's Federal-State Coordinator, Budget Director and Director of State Planning.
3. Such notification in either one or two above shall apply to any type of application for Federal funds, including, but not limited to reimbursement.
4. The form, procedure, and extent of notification of one and two above shall be prescribed and determined by the Governor's Federal-State Coordinator.
Approved this 16th day of March, 1967.
CHARLES L. TERRY, JR.
ELISHA C. DUKES
Secretary of State