Coordinate project activities to ensure administrative efficiency.
What does a Federal Aid Coordinator do?
Coordinates project activities to ensure administrative efficiency and compliance with federal laws, regulations, and standards and directs disbursement of federal funds and administration of federal projects to implement fish and wildlife conservation programs in state: Analyzes conservation problems and needs in state to recommend or authorize establishment of conservation programs. Confers with conservation officials to provide coordination of project and liaison between federal and state authorities. Reviews accounting records and authorizes reimbursement of project funds to state. Prepares budget estimates for activities and projects.