TITLE 914 INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS
Economic Impact Statement
LSA Document #21-423
IC 4-22-2.1-5 Statement Concerning Rules Affecting Small Businesses
The Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs is authorized by IC 10-17-13.5-5
to establish rules for veterans' services. These rules include providing grants for qualified entities under IC 10-17-13.5-4
, homeless veterans. Within these rules, grants can be used for job search assistance; near-term homelessness; on-the-job training; public housing assistance programs; safe and secure living conditions; stable, long term rental status; and therapeutic services. These rules also include program and application procedures. The proposed amended rule clarifies criteria regarding qualified entities and programs concerning the Grants for Veterans' Services program.
Economic Impact on Small Business
The Grants for Veterans' Services program is funded through the Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs general fund appropriation. The Grants for Veterans' Services grants are statutorily required to be awarded to 501(c)(3) entities. This rule will not impact small businesses.
1. Estimate of the number of small businesses, classified by industry sector, that will be subject to the proposed rule.
This proposed amended rule will not impact any number of small businesses.
2. Estimate of the average annual reporting, record keeping, and other administrative costs that small businesses will incur to comply with the proposed rule.
The proposed amended rule does not add any additional annual reporting. The administration of this fund will be provided through the Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs and reported to the Veterans' Affairs Commission on a quarterly basis.
3. Estimate of the total annual economic impact that compliance with the proposed rule will have on all small businesses subject to the rule.
The proposed amended rule does not increase the economic impact on small businesses for complying with the proposed rule.
4. Statement justifying any requirement or cost that is imposed on small businesses by the rules; and not expressly required by the statute authorizing the agency to adopt the rule; or any other state or federal law.
The proposed amended rule does not impose any costs on small businesses.
5. Regulatory Flexibility Analysis.
The proposed amended rule does not require any regulatory flexibility analysis.
The proposed amended rule clarifies criteria regarding qualified entities and programs concerning the Grants for Veterans' Services program.
Posted: 12/15/2021 by Legislative Services Agency
Composed: Mar 25,2023 12:33:36PM EDT
version of this document.