24.13.207 EXPENSES FOR WHICH GRANT FUNDS MAY BE USED
(1) The following are examples of expenses for which grant funds may be used by employers for clients to meet the purposes set forth in 39-12-106, MCA:
(a) fees (tuition) for training program provided by third party vendor;
(b) cost of training materials purchased;
(c) tools and durable personal protective equipment (PPE);
(d) reasonable travel and per diem for out-of-town travel to attend training, at an amount not to exceed the rates allowed to public employees traveling on official business; and
(e) other reasonable out-of-pocket employer-paid expenses, including client wages, if approved as part of the grant award.
(2) The department reserves the right to reimbursement for grant funds paid which are used for any non-approved purpose.