OAR 137-082-0230
Notice and Time Limits on Application


The Department will send application materials to a designated representative of the county’s MDT on a biennial basis. Applicants with a history of compliance with all eligibility and reporting requirements for a period of at least 4 years, may, at the discretion of the CAMI Account Administrator be provided an abbreviated bi-annual application that will certify continued compliance with eligibility along with any updated information that is necessary or requested by the CAMI Account Administrator.


Eligibility will be determined biennially based upon review by the Advisory Council on Child Abuse Assessment and the CAMI Account Administrator. A request for application and continued eligibility will be determined by the CAMI Account Administrator through review of the annual report.


If the Advisory Council on Child Abuse Assessment or CAMI Account Administrator finds deficiencies in the application, the applicant will be informed through the Crime Victims’ Services Division (CVSD) E-Grant system to make specified modifications. The applicant must submit the requested modifications to its application to correct these deficiencies before a CAMI Grant Agreement will be issued. The CAMI Account Administrator will issue a CAMI Grant Agreement upon approval of the modified application or issue a denial with any additional terms deemed necessary for the modified application to receive approval.


If a requested revised Plan is not submitted within the designated timeframe assigned by DOJ, the applicant will be declared ineligible. The funds designated for that county will be reallocated to other eligible applicants as per OAR 137-082-0280 (Reallocation of Funds Not Applied for or Used).

Source: Rule 137-082-0230 — Notice and Time Limits on Application, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=137-082-0230.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 137-082-0230’s source at or​.us