Soil and Water Conservation Commission Cost Share Programs 2013 Spot Checks

Please complete the questions below for all commission cost share programs. Please refer to the commission's spot check policy available at: http://www.ncagr.gov/SWC/costshareprograms/documents/spotcheck.pdf for more detailed information. You may also contact your cost share specialist if you have questions.
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    Agriculture Cost Share Program (ACSP) Spot Check Data

    Supervisors shall be responsible for conducting annual spot checks to ensure program compliance for the following: a. 5% or more of all active contracts per program. Contracts should be randomly selected. b. All waste management systems for operations not permitted by the Division of Water Quality for five years following implementation. The mandatory waste management spot check cannot make up the total 5% random spot check. After selecting 5% of active contracts, any remaining waste management systems not randomly chosen must be added and reviewed for five years following implementation. The technical review should not be completed by the person who developed the plan. c. All agricultural ponds (agricultural water collection system BMP, agricultural pond repair/retrofit BMP). d. 5% of all nutrient management best management practice (BMP) contracts. The technical review should not be completed by the person who developed the plan. e. Any ACSP contract, revision, supplement or repair completed on lands owned or operated by a district, county, division, NRCS employee or district supervisor needs to be spot checked by representatives of the NRCS Area Office within one year after completion of a contract item (effective 12/13/90). Please contact your NRCS Area Office if you have a contract that needs to be spot checked.
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    Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP) Spot Check Data

    Supervisors shall be responsible for conducting annual spot checks to ensure program compliance for the following: a. 5% or more of all active contracts per program. Contracts should be randomly selected. b. Any CCAP contract, revision, supplement or repair completed on lands owned or operated by a district, county,division employee or district supervisor will be spot checked by representatives of the division within one year after completion of a contract item. Please email your cost share specialist if you have a contract that needs to be spot checked.
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    Agricultural Water Resources Assistance Program (AgWRAP) Spot Check Data

    Supervisors shall be responsible for conducting annual spot checks to ensure program compliance for the following: a. 5% or more of all active contracts per program. Contracts should be randomly selected. b. All agricultural ponds (agricultural water supply/reuse pond, agricultural pond repair/retrofit BMP). c. Any AgWRAPcontract, revision, supplement or repair completed on lands owned or operated by a district, county, division, NRCS employee or district supervisor will be spot checked by representatives of the division within one year after completion of a contract item. Please email your cost share specialist if you have a contract that needs to be spot checked.
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