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Used Oil Competitive Grants’ Cycle Frequency and Funding Levels (Used Oil Recycling Fund, FY 2006/07 and FY 2007/08). Oil Program Statute. Grant and Outreach Programs: Block Grants (administered annually) Competitive Grants (OG, UNP, URD) Annual award not required

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Used Oil Competitive Grants’ Cycle Frequency and Funding Levels (Used Oil Recycling Fund, FY 2006/07 and FY 2007/08)
oil program statute
Oil Program Statute
  • Grant and Outreach Programs:
    • Block Grants (administered annually)
    • Competitive Grants (OG, UNP, URD)
      • Annual award not required
      • Funding is continuously appropriated

- Outreach and Education

funding framework
Funding Framework

Funding Framework:

  • Cycle Frequency
  • Funding Levels
1 cycle frequency
1. Cycle Frequency
  • Local Program Need
    • Regular & predictable funding
    • Time to evaluate effectiveness
  • Three Options for Cycle Frequency:
    • Annual
    • Biennial (Board adopted Nov. 2001)
    • Other Cycle Options
annual cycle recommended
Annual Cycle: Recommended
  • Each grant is awarded annually
  • Effects are:
    • Most responsive to fluctuations in Fund Condition
    • All Stakeholders eligible for grants
    • Potential for overlapping grants
    • Lack of program evaluation
    • Lower funding levels for each cycle
biennial cycle not recommended
Biennial Cycle: Not Recommended
  • Each grant awarded every two years
  • Current Board model
  • Biennial Cycles have been successful:
    • Predictability
    • Funding flexibility
    • Less focus on administration, more on project management & evaluation
    • Does not limit available funding for local government
other cycle options not recommended
Other Cycle Options: Not Recommended
  • Any cycle other than Annual/Biennial
  • Effects are:
    • Flexibility on when to award
    • Unpredictable cycles
    • Decreased administrative tasks
    • Funding flexibility
2 funding levels
2. Funding Levels
  • Two Issues:
    • Total annual Competitive Grant funding
    • Funding amount for individual Competitive Grants
statutory framework for funding levels
Statutory Framework for Funding Levels

Total Resources

– Mandatory Expenses

“ Remaining Balance”

statutory for funding levels for grants 60 minimum
Statutory for Funding Levels for Grants: 60% Minimum

Grant Percent of Remaining Balance

OG Minimum 40%

UNP Minimum 10%

URD 10-15% maximum

a total annual competitive grant funding
A. Total Annual Competitive Grant Funding
  • Other Board Options:
    • Increase total grant $ up to 80%
    • Decrease total grant $ below 60%
  • Preferred Option – 60% level
    • Prudent carry-over
    • Obligation to stakeholders
    • Facilitates local planning
funding framework annual cycles after 4 yrs
Funding Framework: Annual Cycles after 4 yrs
  • Scenario 1: No Grants in 06/07;

Annual Grants Year 2

Result: 7 OG grants

1.5 NP/R&D grants

  • Scenario 2: Statutory Min. 06/07

Annual Grants Year 2

Result: 6 OG grants

1.5 NP/R&D grants

funding framework biennial cycles after 4 yrs
Funding Framework: Biennial Cycles after 4 yrs
  • Scenario 3: Biennial 15/45/60

Result: 3.8 OG grants

6.7 NP grants

2.2 RD grants

  • Scenario 4: 15/15/60

Result: 6.7 OG grants

2.3 NP/R&D grants each

b preferred funding framework
B. Preferred Funding Framework
  • Annual Cycle
  • Defer Grant Funding until FY 2007/08
  • 60% total annual limit for competitive grants
        • UNP = 10% of remaining balance
        • URD = 10% of remaining balance
        • OG = 40% of remaining balance
  • Joint Solicitation of 3 Grants
  • Offer Grants earlier (July-Sept)
recommended action for cycle frequency funding levels
Recommended Action for Cycle Frequency & Funding Levels
  • Choose
    • Option #2

Annual Cycles beginning in FY 2007/08

  • Adopt Resolution #2007-35 with revisions
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