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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009. Higher Education and the Stimulus Package. Presenters. Steve Hoiberg Higher Education Marketing Manager Phone: 708.502.8305 E-mail: [email protected] Nichelle Grant K-12 Education Marketing Manager Phone: 847.941.6293

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009

Higher Education and the Stimulus Package

presenters
Presenters

Steve Hoiberg

Higher Education Marketing Manager

Phone: 708.502.8305

E-mail: [email protected]

Nichelle Grant

K-12 Education Marketing Manager

Phone: 847.941.6293

E-mail: [email protected]

Dave Snuttjer

National EES Business Development Manager

Phone: 847.941.5516

E-mail: [email protected]

© Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. 2009. All rights reserved.

purpose
Purpose

Overview

  • Funding Overview 4
  • State Fiscal Stabilization Fund 5
  • Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block Grant 17

  • Other Governmental Organizations and Existing Bonds Enhanced with Stimulus Funding 23
  • Additional Resources 29

To help ACUPCC signatory schools understand:

  • What stimulus money is available for higher education?
  • How to interact with your state,county and city?
  • What additional stimulus resources are available?
funding overview money available for modernization renovation and repair
Funding Overview – Money Available for Modernization, Renovation and Repair

Stimulus Funding

US Departmentof Education

US Departmentof Energy

State FiscalStabilization Fund

(SFSF)

Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block

Grant (EECBG)

State Energy

Program (SEP)

Bureau of

Indian

Affairs

National

Science

Foundation

National

Institutes

of Health

National Institutesof Standards &

Technology

Build

American

Bonds

Qualified Energy

Conservation

Bond

Department of

Agriculture

funding overview money available for modernization renovation and repair1
Funding Overview – Money Available for Modernization, Renovation and Repair

Stimulus Funding

US Departmentof Education

US Departmentof Energy

State FiscalStabilization Fund

(SFSF)

Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block

Grant (EECBG)

State Energy

Program (SEP)

Bureau of

Indian

Affairs

National

Science

Foundation

National

Institutes

of Health

National Institutesof Standards &

Technology

Build

American

Bonds

Qualified Energy

Conservation

Bond

Department of

Agriculture

us department of education
US Department of Education

State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Program (SFSF)

arra and sfsf education funding overview
ARRA and SFSF: Education Funding Overview
  • In sum, the overall investment in education exceeds $100 billion
  • The money for SFSF comes out of the $100 billion
  • Success depends on leadership, judgment, coordination and communication along four "Key Principles":

Spend Quickly to Save and Create Jobs

Ensure Transparency and Accountability

Thoughtfully Invest One-Time Funds

Advance Effective Reforms

state fiscal stabilization fund sfsf
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF)

State FiscalStabilization Fund

$53.6 billion

Formula

Competitive

Governors

$48.6 billion

The Secretary

$5 billion

Race to the Top

($4.35 billion)

Public Elementary, Secondary, and Institutions of Higher Education

81.8% ($39.8 billion)

Education, School Modernization, Public Safety, or other Government Services

18.2% ($8.8 billion)

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Modernization is an Option

  • There is no money specifically allocated for modernization; as such, this may prove a low priority in some states compared to other critical education needs

What Modernization, Renovation and Repairis Permissible?

  • Through these funds, institutions of higher education can pursue work related to electrical systems, plumbing systems, sewage systems, heating, ventilation or air conditioning systems, the installation of energy-efficient windows, the repair of roofs, asbestos abatement or removal, bringing facilities into compliance with fire and safety codes, making facilities accessible or upgrading facilities to support new programs or services

What is not Allowed?

  • Casinos and gaming establishments, aquariums, zoos, golf courses, swimming pools, financial assistance to students, maintenance of systems, equipment and facilities, stadiums (construction, modernization, renovation and repair), sectarian education and religious facilities

State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF):Modernization

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If ‘Yes’ to Modernization Under SFSF:http://www.ed.gov/programs/statestabilization/resources.html

*This is an example of an actual state’s application

state fiscal stabilization fund sfsf application requirements
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF):Application Requirements

There is flexibility in when funds can be spent as long as they’re obligated by September 30, 2011; funds can be released to IHEs in phases to avoid a ‘funding cliff’

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If ‘No’ to Modernization Under SFSF:http://www.ed.gov/programs/statestabilization/resources.html

*This is an example of an actual state’s application

us department of energy
US Department of Energy

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block GrantProgram (EECBG)

funding overview money available for modernization renovation and repair2
Funding Overview – Money Available for Modernization, Renovation and Repair

Stimulus Funding

US Departmentof Education

US Departmentof Energy

State FiscalStabilization Fund

(SFSF)

Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block

Grant (EECBG)

State Energy

Program (SEP)

Bureau of

Indian

Affairs

National

Science

Foundation

National

Institutes

of Health

National Institutesof Standards &

Technology

Build

American

Bonds

Qualified Energy

Conservation

Bond

Department of

Agriculture

funding overview money available for modernization renovation and repair3
Funding Overview – Money Available for Modernization, Renovation and Repair

Stimulus Funding

US Departmentof Education

US Departmentof Energy

State FiscalStabilization Fund

(SFSF)

Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block

Grant (EECBG)

State Energy

Program (SEP)

Bureau of

Indian

Affairs

National

Science

Foundation

National

Institutes

of Health

National Institutesof Standards &

Technology

Build

American

Bonds

Qualified Energy

Conservation

Bond

Department of

Agriculture

energy efficiency and conservation block grant eecbg allocations and eligibility formula
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG): Allocations and Eligibility (Formula)

Formula grant application deadline was extended to 8/10

EECBG Funding$3.2 billion

Formula Grants$2.8 billion

Competitive Grants$398 million

States28% in total;60% must be sub-granted to smaller cities and counties

CitiesPopulation 35,000+ or one of top ten in state; smaller cities eligible for state sub-grants per state rules

CountiesPopulation 200,000+ or one of top ten in state; smaller counties eligible for state sub-grants per state rules

Indian Tribes

68%

2%

other stimulus funding sources
Other Stimulus Funding Sources

Governmental Organizations and Existing Bonds Enhanced with Stimulus Funds

funding overview money available for modernization renovation and repair4
Funding Overview – Money Available for Modernization, Renovation and Repair

Stimulus Funding

US Departmentof Education

US Departmentof Energy

State FiscalStabilization Fund

(SFSF)

Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block

Grant (EECBG)

State Energy

Program (SEP)

Bureau of

Indian

Affairs

National

Science

Foundation

National

Institutes

of Health

National Institutesof Standards &

Technology

Build

American

Bonds

Qualified Energy

Conservation

Bond

Department of

Agriculture

funding overview money available for modernization renovation and repair5
Funding Overview – Money Available for Modernization, Renovation and Repair

Stimulus Funding

US Departmentof Education

US Departmentof Energy

State FiscalStabilization Fund

(SFSF)

Energy Efficiency and

Conservation Block

Grant (EECBG)

State Energy

Program (SEP)

Bureau of

Indian

Affairs

National

Science

Foundation

National

Institutes

of Health

National Institutesof Standards &

Technology

Build

American

Bonds

Qualified Energy

Conservation

Bond

Department of

Agriculture

other stimulus funding sources state energy program
Other Stimulus Funding Sources:State Energy Program
  • State Energy Program (SEP): States use grants from SEP to address their energy priorities and program funding to adopt emerging renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies
  • http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/state_energy_program/

SEP Overview

  • http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/state_energy_program/seo_contacts.cfm

State Energy Offices and Contacts

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Other Stimulus Funding Sources

GRANTS (in most cases)

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs

http://recovery.doi.gov/press/bureaus/bureau-of-indian-affairs/

  • Department of Agriculture
  • http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/arra/recovery-program.htm
  • National Science Foundation

http://www.nsf.gov/recovery/

  • National Institutes of Health

http://www.nih.gov/recovery/index.htm

  • National Institute of Standards and Technology

http://www.nist.gov/recovery/

BONDS (low-interest loans)

  • Build America Bonds

http://www.irs.gov/irb/2009-16_irb/ar08.html

  • Qualified Energy Conservation Bond Program

http://www.ncef.org/school-modernization/

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Additional Resources

  • AACC’s Community College ‘Stimulus’ Guidance Document
  • http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Advocacy/Documents/ccstimulusbrief072009.pdf
  • US Department of Education’s SFSF State Grants Page

http://www.ed.gov/programs/statestabilization/resources.html

  • AASHE’s ‘Stimulus-to-Promote-Sustainability’ Blog
  • http://www.aashe.org/blog/how-your-campus-using-stimulus-money-promote-sustainability
  • Harvard’s Internal ‘Stimulus’ Website
  • http://research.harvard.edu/
  • Kansas State’s Internal ‘Stimulus’ Website
  • http://www.k-state.edu/research/stimulus/
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Stay informed on grant opportunities for construction, modernization, renovation, repair and renewable/alternative energy, many of which come under the auspices of governmental entities discussed in this presentation, by regularly visiting www.grants.gov
  • Please see this example from the US Department of Energy:Recovery Act: High Penetration Solar Deployment (close date – July 30) – http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=62YZKxrG3LhLFFLWrQQc5pN5WQdQV8WNRhTzjsBf0RC9vNHxyTts!-1618952969?oppId=47579&flag2006=false&mode=VIEW
  • Stay in regular contact with your state departments of education and energy to ensure understanding of what money is available and how this is accessed by IHEs
  • Look for additional resources from Siemens and contact us with questions about stimulus-funded modernization, renovation and repair project prioritization
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Q&A and thank you for your attention!

Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.

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