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American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)

Funding Flow, Collaboration

& Opportunities for Small Business

Gene Binder

Stimulus Response Officer

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American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)

  • Direct Funding
    • $288 Billion – Tax credits to individuals and businesses
    • $224 Billion – Entitlements like Medicaid, financial aid, food stamps and disability services
  • Indirect Funding
    • $278 Billion – Economic recovery funds to local and state governments and community action agencies
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Environmental Protection Agency

$7 Billion, www.epa.gov/recovery

TARGET

State and Local Agencies

FOCUS

  • Brownfield Program Project
  • Clean Water Projects
  • Drinking Water Projects
  • Leaking Underground Storage Tank and Hazardous Waste Projects
  • National Clean Diesel Campaign Projects
  • Build, re-locate, rehab clean and drinking water projects
  • Repair, Replace Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
  • Retrofit School Buses
  • Purchase, resupply and repair of clean-up equipment and materials

SMALLBUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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Health & Human Services

$42 Billion, www.hhs.gov/recovery/programs

TARGET

Healthcare providers (hospitals, clinics, offices) and education institutions and state agencies

FOCUS

  • Implementation of Health Information Systems in healthcare facilities
  • Training staff on new systems
  • Healthcare clinics
  • Expansion of healthcare services and facilities
  • Software/Hardware Development
  • Software/Hardware Purchase
  • Installation Services
  • Consulting
  • Training for Installers and End-users
  • Technical Assistance

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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Department of Energy

$35 Billion, www.energy.gov/recovery

TARGET

Industry, education institutions and state agencies (such at SECO)

FOCUS

  • Technology Design and Development
  • Training in “Green” Industry and Jobs
  • Research

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • Expand Training Capacity
  • Develop and Expand on Technology
  • Technology Purchase
  • Contractor Services
  • Equipment Purchase
  • Technical Assistance

EXAMPLES

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Department of Labor

$31.7 Billion, www.doleta.gov/recovery

TARGET

Industry, education institutions and workforce boards (i.e. Workforce Solutions)

FOCUS

  • Displaced Worker Training
  • High-Demand Jobs Training & Employment
  • Youth Employment
  • Incumbent worker training

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • Tuition assistance
  • Paid Internships
  • Employment Services
  • Student Support Services
  • Youth Employment
  • Capacity Building for Education Institutions
  • Equipment Purchases

EXAMPLES

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Department of Housing & Urban Development

$10 Billion, www. HUD.GOV/Recovery

TARGET

Industry, education institutions and local and state agencies (like Community Action, TDHCA)

FOCUS

  • Weatherization Services
  • Solar Installation
  • One-stop client support centers (education, health, employment, etc…)

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • Expand Training Capacity
  • Expand Capacity of Contractors and Contracted Services
  • Purchase of Equipment and Materials
  • Purchase of Installation Services

EXAMPLES

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Department of Transportation

$45 Billion, www.dot.gov/

TARGET

Industry and local and state agencies

FOCUS

  • Construction of roads, bridges and other transportation systems
  • Renovation of roads, bridges and other transportation systems

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • New, Refit and Replacement Construction
  • Contracted Services
  • Consulting
  • Purchase of Equipment and Materials

EXAMPLES

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Department of Education

$89 Billion, www.ed.gov/policy/gen/leg/recovery

TARGET

Education institutions (K-12, Secondary and Higher Education)

FOCUS

  • Expansion of Education Capacity
  • Update of Facilities and Equipment

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • Program Development
  • Purchase of Equipment and Supplies
  • Retrofitting
  • Consulting

EXAMPLES

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Department of Justice

$4 Billion, www.ojp.gov/recovery

TARGET

Education institutions and local and state agencies (i.e. Police Departments)

FOCUS

  • Expansion of Training
  • Purchase of Equipment
  • Communications
  • Technology upgrades

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  • Expand Training Capacity
  • Purchase of Training Services
  • Purchase of New Officer Equipment
  • Purchase of Technology

EXAMPLES

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Department of Commerce

$26 Billion, http://recovery.commerce.gov/

TARGET

Industry and Research Institutions

FOCUS

  • Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology
  • Minority Business Growth
  • New Business Growth
  • Small Businesses
  • Skills Training
  • Research Funding
  • New Business Investments and Loans
  • Technical Assistance
  • Purchase of Equipment and Materials

EXAMPLES

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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Small Business Administration

$739 Million, www.sba.gov/recovery

TARGET

Small Businesses

FOCUS

  • Small Business Loans
  • Loan Related Activities
  • Elimination of Fees on Current Loans
  • Loans for Debt Payments
  • Expanded Micro-Loans
  • Technical Assistance
  • Education

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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Federal Stimulus Funding to Austin/Travis County

Following is a summary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds that have been received to date by Austin and Travis County governmental agencies and non-profit organizations. This inventory does not include funds pending approval by the Local, State, and Federal Government or include benefits provided directly to individuals or businesses such as tax credits, entitlements, etc.

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Approved

Federal Stimulus Funding to Austin/Travis County

Education/ Early Childhood Education and Child Care

$72m

Energy/Water Projects

$52.5m

Family Sustainability Services and Projects

$16.4m

Healthcare Services and Projects

$3m

Public Safety/Law Enforcement Services and Projects

$1.7m

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Approved

Federal Stimulus Funding to Austin/Travis County (cont.d)

Technology Projects and Improvements

$12m

Transportation Services and Projects

$140m

Workforce Development

$9.6m

General Services Administration Projects

$122m

Research (Green Technologies, Energy Sustainability, etc.)

$56m

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ARRA Impact on Small Business

  • SBA opportunities
  • Materials, supplies and equipment purchased with ARRA must be “Made in America”
  • Encourage development of new small businesses as well as expansion of existing small business
  • Supplying equipment and materials for ARRA funded projects through education, industry and public agencies
  • Provide subcontracted services for ARRA funded projects through education, industry and public agencies
  • Obtain training (entry-level, skills enhancement) for employees to start a business, improve efficiency, expand services
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Where Do I Start?

  • Contact your local SBA office
  • Contact your local Community Action office
  • Register with the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) at www.ccr.gov
  • Monitor the Federal Business Opportunities website at www.fedbizopps.gov
  • Talk with your local community colleges, workforce boards, small business groups, and chamber of commerce
  • Identify you local green energy businesses/contractors
  • Take advantage of training opportunities
  • Learn about the competitive bid process for state and local public agencies
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Texas State Agency Resources

  • Each agency will have it’s own contracting/bidding system:
    • Texas Education Agency (TEA) - www.tea.state.tx.us
    • Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs (TDHCA) - www.tdhca.state.tx.us
    • Texas Health & Human Services Commission (HHSC) - www.hhsc.state.tx.us
    • Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) - www.txdps.state.tx.us
    • Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) - www.dot.state.tx.us
    • Office of the Comptroller - www.window.state.tx.us
    • Texas State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) - www.seco.cpa.state.tx.us/arra
    • Texas Commission on Environment Quality (TCEQ) - www.tceq.state.tx.us
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Contact Information

Gene Binder

Stimulus Response Officer

gbinder@austincc.edu

Kirk White

Interim Executive Dean of Continuing Education

kwhite@austincc.edu