The National Park Service (NPS) still has to worry about forms for a program that hasn't existed for more than a decade. Congress last funded the Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Program Grants in 2002. But the program, started in 1978, remains technically on the books. So in the unlikely event it ever gets funded again, NPS has to change the grantee compliance forms to conform to changes in the law.
NPS announced proposed changes on Tuesday, Sept. 10 and is asking the Office of Management & Budget for permission to update the probably never-to-be-used form that grantees would use to provide information about grant usage. NPS is taking public comments until Oct. 10. For details, see http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2013-09-10/html/2013-21981.htm.
NPS put the proposal out for public comment earlier this year. Not surprisingly, no one bothered to respond but you've got another chance.
The program gave grants to cities to provide recreational opportunities in economically distressed areas. They could rehabilitate parks and start, expand or improve recreational programs. All grants have long been terminated.