If a project is determined to be a high priority (once prioritized with all other applications), a decision is made on whether or not to fund the project. Once
a project is approved, there are a number of ways to allocate the funds if the project cost is prohibitive within one fiscal year.
Applicants may be asked to implement their project in phases, depending on the scope of the project, so it may be funded over a number of years. Furthermore, projects in excess of $3 million will be considered for funding over multiple
years to ensure effective use of funds.
Please note that the entire scope of a project or project phase must be identified to receive initial approval. Approval cannot be granted for unknown project elements. Additions and significant scope changes are viewed as new projects.