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Federal Recovery Act MML Annual Convention September 24, 2009. Recovery Act. Michigan Funding Infrastructure and Natural Resources - $1.63billion Health Care and Human Services - $1.69billion Education - $2.6 billion Energy - $1.78 billion Workforce Development - $233 million

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Federal recovery act mml annual convention september 24 2009

Federal Recovery Act

MML Annual Convention

September 24, 2009


Recovery act

Recovery Act

Michigan Funding

Infrastructure and Natural Resources - $1.63billion

Health Care and Human Services - $1.69billion

Education - $2.6 billion

Energy - $1.78 billion

Workforce Development - $233 million

Public Safety - $125 million

Interactive County Map:

michigan.gov/recovery


Recovery act challenges and opportunities

Recovery Act : Challenges and Opportunities

Challenges

Funding formulas

Regulatory Mechanisms

Opportunities

Energy Block Grants

Broadband


Recovery act opportunities

Recovery Act: Opportunities

Energy Block Grants

$19.6 million awarded to Michigan for non-entitlement communities

League Green Communities Challenge


Recovery act broadband

Recovery Act: Broadband

Funding - $7.2 billion

Two Federal Agencies

Department of Agriculture

Rural Utility Service (RUS) Broadband Initiatives Program (BIP)

Department of CommerceNational Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Broadband Technologies Opportunity Program (BTOP)


Recovery broadband

Recovery: Broadband

Rural Utilities Service (RUS)

Broadband Initiatives Program

75% of funded area is unserved/underserved rural locations

These awards can be a combination of grants and loans

In Round One, applicants were required to apply for this first


Recovery act broadband1

Recovery Act: Broadband

National Telecommunications andInformation Administration (NTIA)

Broadband Technologies Opportunity Program

Three categories of eligible projects

Broadband infrastructure

Public computing center

Sustainable broadband adoption

All competitive grant monies


Recovery act broadband2

Recovery Act: Broadband

Award Funding – Two/Three Rounds

Round One Closed August 24th:

-Rural Utilities Service (RUS)

$2.4 billion*

-National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

$1.6 billion*

Rounds Two & Three

- Approximately 2/3 of funding left

*Amount appears inflated due to the use of loans and loan/grant combinations


Total summary of round one applications

Total Summary of Round One Applications

First Round Funds Actually Available: $4 Billion

To view Round 1 applications,visitwww.broadbandusa.gov


Recovery act broadband3

Recovery Act: Broadband

Local Government Call to Action – Round One

Review Round One Applications

Key Issue: Know if your community is covered by any of the proposals.

If yes, partner with that provider now

Bring stakeholders to the table

Look at current, future needs

Build plan for extending coverage (Round 2)

Work collaboratively on permitting issues

If no application covers your area, reach out to neighboring communities

Put the wheels in motion for Round 2


Recovery act broadband4

Recovery Act: Broadband

Local Government Call to Action – Round Two

The Time to Mobilize for Round Two is Now

Key Issue: Round Two may be your last opportunity.

Review Round One proposals

Mobilize stakeholders in your community

Identify coverage needs

Identify available assets for providers (water towers, antennas, etc.)

Streamline local, state and utility licenses and permits

Solicit endorsements early

Build a “shovel ready” plan

Note: Round two requirements may change to include more urban area coverage.


Recovery act broadband5

Recovery Act: Broadband

Available Resources

Online Resources:

Michigan.gov/broadband

Broadbandusa.gov

RUS Contact:

Ron Mellon, USDA RD Telecom

Phone: (989) 567 – 2400

Email: [email protected]

NTIA Contact:

Office of Telecommunications and Information Administration, NTIA

Phone: (202) 482-2048

Email: [email protected]


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