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					American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Children, Seniors, and Families
Dept. of Family and Children's Services
Title IV-E Title IV-E: Adoption Assistance Title IV-E: Foster Care KinGAP Share of out-of-home placement and support costs will increase by 6.2 % for Federally eligible child placements. Will Lightbourne Will Lightbourne Will Lightbourne Retroactive to 10/1/08 through 12/30/09 $222,593 $411,043 $39,463 $296,790 $548,058 $52,617

Dept. of Employment Benefits
ARRA includes a 13.6% increase in Food Stamp benefits, starting April 1, 2009. Benefit to the County: estimated $580K in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance April - September operating funds. Benefit to clients: est. $40 Will Lightbourne 2009 Program (Food Stamps) - Formula (HHS) million in direct benefits and $73 million in resulting economic activity into Santa Clara County. Current client base of 66,000 is also expected to increase. ARRA provides $5 billion for the TANF Emergency Contingency Fund. This will not have a short-term impact to us locally, but in the event that caseloads and costs Will Lightbourne escalate, it should provide some insulation against attempts in the future to reduce CalWORKs operational funding below current levels. Funds will pay for 37 new positions at SSA. Increase to 61.59%. October 2008 to Will Lightbourne December 2010

$580,000

TANF Temporary Emergency Contingency Fund (HHS)

$1,386,337 $9,049,472

$38,761,778 $13,873,656

IHSS Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) Formula (HHS) Dept. of Aging and Adult Services

Aging Services - Formula (HHS)

Additional funds for Senior Meals programs. SSA operates the program through a number of contracts; funds are expected to Will Lightbourne be used for increased demand for senior meal programs.

Subtotal: Social Services

$100,000 $11,788,908

$53,532,899

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Health and Hospital
Valley Medical Center Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) Formula (HHS)
The Federal Medical Assistance Percentage allocation is currently based on approximately a 50% Federal match. ARRA increased the match to approximately 55%. October 2008 to December 2010 $23,116,000 $30,755,000

Amy Carta

Based on SCVMC’s past financial and Medicare utilization data, estimated HIT incentive payments from Medicare over four years could be $2.7 to $3.1 million. This estimate is based on the assumption that SCVMC becomes eligible for Medicare payments in FY 2011, 2012, or 2013, by demonstrating meaningful use of Electronic Health Record technology. This estimate is calculated at the hospital level and is based Healthcare IT (Medicare) - Grant (HHS) on currently available data, assuming there is no State offset. Actual payments will vary based on the data for those years. Possible projects include: Software with Electronic Health Record compliance, Hardware, Integration with Health Information Exchange (internal and external), Clinical Decision Support and Quality reporting, Installation, Enterprise training, Network redesign, and Digital Upgrade.

Amy Carta

First payment year for an electronic health record user would be FY 2011.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Federal matching funds for a portion of payments to encourage electronic health record adoption. Based on SCVMC’s past financial and Medicaid utilization data the estimated maximum HIT incentive payments from Medicaid over a period of three to six years could be $9 to $10.2 million, assuming no State offset. This Healthcare IT (Medicaid) - Grant (HHS) estimate is based on the assumption that SCVMC first becomes eligible for payments prior to 2016. States have flexibility in determining the actual amount of Medicaid payments that will be made, subject to this maximum limit and an annual limit of no more than 50% of the max. amount and a limit in any two-year period of no more than 90% of the estimated max. amount. To support: (1) new sites and service areas; (2) construction, renovation and equipment; (3) health professions training programs. Program activities/grants include Increased Demand for Services (IDS), Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Health Information Technology (HIT) Systems/Networks, and Facilitiy Investment (FI). SCVHHS has received $195,368 in IDS and $419,505 in CIP funds. SCVHHS applied for $2,643,343 in FI funds. Additional DSH funds will go to the State once the annual allocation is expended. California has previously expended its funds, so the additional funds are likely to come to the State and be passed to DSH providers (SCVHHS is one).

Amy Carta

2016

Community Health Centers Formula/Grant (HHS)

Amy Carta

2009

$195,368

$419,505

Medicaid DSH - Formula (HHS)

Amy Carta $372,000 $496,000

Public Health

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

To implement infection reduction strategies; for evidence-based clinical and communitybased prevention and wellness strategies. One area that has already received increased funding is the Section 317 program, which provides funding for immunization operations and infrastructure necessary to implement a comprehensive immunization program at the Federal, State, and local levels. Of the $300 million in ARRA funds allocated to the Section 317 program, $250 million will help existing Dan Peddycord Section 317 grantees acquire and make recommended vaccines available. An additional approximately $18 million in grants will be used to provide support to Section 317 grantees that demonstrate innovative approaches to increase the number of Americans who receive the childhood vaccine series, zoster vaccine, and influenza vaccine, and for improving reimbursement practices. A portion of a vaccine purchase may be used to support innovative initiatives for expanding access to vaccines in schools and communities. To local health or human service agencies for additional funding for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program. Remove lead-based paint hazards in lowincome housing. Lead Hazard Reduction Control and Healthy The State has received $3 million, but has Homes - Grants (HUD) not yet determined how it will distribute the funds. Subtotal: Health and Hospital
National Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) - Grant (DOA)

Prevention and Wellness Fund (HHS)

Dan Peddycord

Pending

Dan Peddycord

$23,683,368

$31,670,505

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

HLUET
Dept. of Environmental Health
Holiday Lake Estates (HLE) is an unincorporated pocket. This grant would fund the design-build project to connect this subdivision to Morgan Hill's sanitary sewer system. Application submitted for $3.6 million. To public and non-profit entities for rural waste, waste water, and waste disposal programs in rural areas. SWRCB - Post Prelim. Proj. Priority List (PPL): 4/20/09. PPL Public Comment: 05/11/09. SWRCB Adopt PPL: 06/23/09. Pending

Clean Water Fund - Grant (EPA) $70 million Statewide Pot

Sylvia Gallegos and Ann Peden, DEH

Not Applicable

RUS, Rural Water and Waste Disposal Programs - Grants (DOA)

Roads and Airports
Funds remain available through 50% apportioned using FY 2008 formula 9/10; funds must obligation; 50% apportioned to states under be appropriated FY 2009 STP formula. 67% may be used at by FHWA within State DOT discretion and 30% must be 21 days of Highway Infrastructure Investment Michael Murdter suballocated to MPOs. The County has enactment; (Surface Transportation) - Formula (DOT) applied for the following projects: Montague states must Expressway Pavement Rehabilitation and obligate 50% of Pavement Rehabilitation of County funds within 120 Unincorporated Roads. days and must obligate all funds within 1 year. $3,800,000

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Competitive (DOT)

Funds will be awarded competitively to State and local governments who submit applications for capital investments in surface transportation infrastructure, including highway or bridge projects, public Applications Due transportation projects, passenger and Michael Murdter Sept. 1, 2009 freight rail, or port infrastructure investments. Roads Dept. submitted an application in the amount of $25.2 million to fund roadway and traffic operations improvements on county expressways.

No match requirement

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Funds remain available through 9/10; 50% of grants must be For safety and capacity improvements. May Michael Murdter awarded within Airport Improvement Prgm - Grant (FAA) create indirect benefits. 120 days and 100% within one year of enactment. Subtotal: Transportation

$3,800,000

$0

County Fire
CFPD has two projects that are ‘shovel ready’. The first one involves installing a photovoltaic (solar power) system on the tobe-constructed Shannon Station apparatus garage. The photovoltaic system will cost Chief Waldvogel $80,000 and will be installed with the garage. The second ‘shovel ready’ project would install an emergency power generator for the Administration building. The project will cost $240,000 and take five months. For modifying, upgrading, or constructing non-Federal fire stations. Central Fire is ‘shovel ready’ to construct the new fire apparatus garage in Los Gatos. Including $80,000 for a photovoltaic system (see above in the energy efficient section), the construction cost will be $1,400,000.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants

Intent is to apply if project is eligible

Firefighter Assistance Grant Program (FAGP) - Grant (FEMA)

Chief Waldvogel

None specified

No grant shall exceed $15 million. Up to 5% of total funding shall be set aside for program administration. The application process should open summer of 2009. County Fire has successfully accessed in past years and is familiar with the process.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Finance and Govt. Operations
Finance
Each state will receive a share of the national allocation based on that state's job losses in 2008 as a percentage of national job losses in 2008; the state allocation will be suballocated to local municipalities.

Zones must have significant poverty, Recovery Zone Economic Development unemployment, home foreclosures, or areas Bonds and Recovery Zone Facility Bonds that are empowerment zones where Formula (Treasury) community renewal is in effect.

For any bonds issued in 2009 and 2010.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title
Facilities and Fleet
DOE determined that it would fund counties with a pop. over 200,000 (excluding eligible cities in county). DOE used 2007 Census figures, which estimated our pop. at 195,020. After discussions with our Delegation, DOE, OMB, etc., it appears that while the formula may be modified for future allocations, the County is not eligible for ARRA dollars in this category. Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) - Formula (DOE) $2.8 billion through allocation formula (68% goes to local governments based on resident populations, daytime population, and other factors) Another portion of this fund -administered at the State level -will provide funding to localities on a competitive basis. While the EECBG statute indicates that this fund is intended to fund local governments not eligible for the direct funding, statute approved in California last year would direct all funding to small jurisdictions. Staff is working with legislative offices and the Energy Commission to determine the County’s eligibility and to identify statutory remedies if the County is found ineligible.

Program or Project Description

Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report

Conditions on County and/or Local Match

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

Caroline Judy

July, 2009

$0

$0

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EEBG) - Grant (DOE)

$400 million in competitive grants will be allocated by DOE. Our application to include: solar installation at Elmwood; lighting; electric vehicle charging stations. Rules for funding are yet to be developed, but FAF has identified projects totaling $8.2 million.

Caroline Judy

Pending

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description
For energy conservation and to reduce energy demand. FAF plans to apply for Retro-Commissioning at Main Jail, Berger Drive, Juvenile Hall Admin., 70 W. Hedding (West Wing), 55 Younger, Berger Dr. (Bldg. 1) totaling $1,482,250 in applications. Installation of solar panels at Berger Drive, 55 Younger, Charcot totaling $11.6 million. Funding to modernize the electric grid, enhance security of energy infrastructure, and ensure reliable electricity delivery to meet growing demand. Local governments are expected to be eligible for portions of this competitive grant program, although specific parameters are still forthcoming.

Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report

Conditions on County and/or Local Match

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

State Energy Programs - Formula (DOE)

Caroline Judy

Pending

Energy Deliver and Energy Reliability (EDER) (DOE)

Caroline Judy

Pending

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description
Competitive grants for cost-shared projects that expand the use of alternative fuel and advanced vehicle technologies including the installation or acquisition of infrastructure necessary to directly support these vehicles. Application is to BAAQMD. FAF is applying for $176,000 to install four Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, $25,000 for five hybrid plug-in conversions, $36,000 for a CNG security bus, $30,000 for three CNG sedans, and $500,000 to install a CNG/Hydrogen retail refueling station. The Bay Area Council is leading a strategic planning effort for regional and state economic development, with the goal of aligning federal stimulus funds and other state resources with key regional priorities. The Bay Area Regional Economic Recovery Workplan is designed to add value to the project submission process, by enabling decision makers in Sacramento and Washington, DC to identify from the large numbers of proposals that are received, those projects most likely to yield the highest short and long-term economic benefit for the region. FAF submitted four proposals to the workplan including $352,000 to install four Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, $1,000,000 to install a CNG/Hydrogen retail refueling station, $3,300,000 for 36 retrocommissioning/energy conservation projects, and $7,500,000 for the Elmwood Self Sufficiency Solar Installation project. Subtotal: Sustainability $0 $0

Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report

Conditions on County and/or Local Match

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

Clean Cities FY09 Petroleum Reduction Technology Projects for the Transportation Sector

Dave Snow

Applications Due May 29, 2009

50% Local Match

Not Selected for Funding

Bay Area Council Economic Institute Recovery Workplan

Dave Snow Caroline Judy

Applications Due April 20, 2009

None. Funding decisions will not be made through this process.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title
Office of County Executive
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) -Formula (DOJ) Formula to State and local law enforcement agencies. The County is directly eligible for a share; also eligible to receive approx. $230K + $237K for admin costs if the previous agreement stays in effect.

Program or Project Description

Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report

Conditions on County and/or Local Match

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

Gary Graves Quyen Nguyen

Applications due May 18, 2009

No match requirement $681,129

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) -Formula/State Pass Through to Local Jurisdictions (DOJ)

The State is required to "pass through" a portion of its JAG allocation to local governments. The timing and amount of the County's funds is yet to be determined. Gary Graves County Executive's Office is requesting Quyen Nguyen $313,812 for Prop 36 program to fund residential treatment beds, outpatient slots, transitional housing units, direct client services, and drug testing costs.

No match requirement

Library
Community Service Employment for Older To provide community service jobs at nonprofit and public facilities, including Americans - Formula (DOL)

Melinda Cervantes

Office of Affordable Housing

libraries. Regular CDBG uses with emphasis on job creation and economic development. Priority to activities which can be under contract within 120 days of award.

CDBG - Formula (HUD)

Entitlement cities and urban counties will Marjorie Matthews receive about 27% of their regular formula allocation. The County’s allocation is 27% of its current year CDBG amount of $1,727,669. County will use its allocation to rehabilitate the Mariposa Lodge Women's Dormitory A.

CDBG ARRA Funds will be tracked and accounted for separately. All funds must be spent by 9/30/10.

$469,256

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) for Homeless Prevention and Rapid ReHousing Program - Formula (HUD)

To prevent homelessness or help homeless with rapid rehousing & stabilization: rental assistance, relocation, mediation, credit counseling, security deposits, utility pmts, moving costs, case management. • Will be allocated according to current ESG (Emergency Shelter Grants) administered through the McKinney-Vento Grant Program. Submission as • Allowable uses: short-term or medium Marjorie Matthews early as June term rental assistance, housing relocation 2009 and stabilization services, including mediation, credit counseling, security deposits, utility payments, moving costs, case management County issued jonit RFP with the City of San Jose. County funds will be distribued to Sacred Heart Consortium - $662,150, Community Technology Alliance - $36,500, and OAH Admin - $18,834

60% of funds must be spent within 2 years, 100% within 3 years; 5% may be spent for administration.

$717,484

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report
Marjorie Matthews Spending plan must be in place in May 2009. Transmittal to 5/5 Board Mtg.

Conditions on County and/or Local Match
Funds must be used within 18 months of receipt. 10% can be used for administrative costs.

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

Competitive grant to provide funds for rental assistance, housing relocation, and HERA/Neighborhood Stabilization stabilization services. Program County is eligible for a grant of $229,825, but can work with other eligible cities to maximize program funds. For transitional housing grants for victims of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault. Local governments "that have a Transitional Housing Assistance Grants documented history of effective work for Victims of Violence Against Women concerning domestic violence, dating Grant (DOJ) violence, sexual assault, or stalking" are eligible to compete for funding. Additional details are still pending. Subtotal: Housing and Homeless

$229,825

Available until 9/10.

$1,416,565

$0

Public Safety and Justice
District Attorney
For hiring and rehiring of additional law enforcement officers by local and state governments.
COPS Hiring Recovery Program - Grant (DOJ-COPS)

DA's Office developed an application for $1,227,848 to fund 4 Criminal Investigator positions over three years. The retention requirements and their future cost to the County are under review by OBA and the County Executive.

George Doorley

Applications Due April 14, 2009.

No match requirement. Grants provide 100 percent of funding for entry-level salaries and benefits for 36 months. County is responsible for additional costs for higher salaries or benefits for particular individuals hired. County must retain all officer positions awarded for 12 months at the conclusion of the grant period.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program

Competitive grant funds for programs targeted to address local needs. Grant focuses on initiatives in eight areas: 1) preventing and reducing violent crime through community-based data-driven approaches; 2) providing funding for neighborhood-based probation and parole officers; 3) reducing mortgage fraud and crime related to vacant properties; 4) hiring of civilian support personnel in law Applications Due George Doorley enforcement; 5) enhancing forensic and April 27, 2009 crime scene investigations; 6) improving resources and services for victims of crime; 7) supporting problem-solving courts; and 8) national training and technical assistance partnerships. DA's Office submitted a proposal in the amount of $469,679 over two-years to fund two paralegal positions to address real estate and mortgage fraud.

No match requirement.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

To enhance responses to offenders who use the Internet or other computer technology to sexually exploit children. DA's Office applied for two grants through this program: Internet Crimes Against Children Task $2,607,724 over three-years for ICAC Force - Grant (DOJ) Research Program; and $2,924,628 over three-years for ICAC Task for Training and Technicial Assistance Program. Seven positions would be funded through these grants, if funded. Victim Witness Assistance Recovery Act - Violence Against Women Stimulus DA received formula funds in the amount of $24,461 from CalEMA. Grant Program Awarded through CalEMA

George Doorley

No match requirement.

George Doorley

Grant will be provided to California; State will subgrant a portion of funds to locals.

$24,461

Public Defender
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Public Defender is requesting $132,966 for Grant Program (JAG) -- Formula/State Pass the Expungement Program for nonThrough to Local Jurisdictions (DOJ) CalWORKS clients.

Nancy Brewer

No match requirement.

See County Executive/JAG

Sheriff
No match requirement. Grants provide 100 percent of funding for entry-level salaries and benefits for 36 months. County is responsible for additional costs for higher salaries or benefits for particular individuals hired. County must retain all officer positions awarded for 12 months at the conclusion of the grant period.

For hiring and rehiring of additional law enforcement officers by local and state governments.
COPS Hiring Recovery Program - Grant (DOJ-COPS)

Michelle Sandoval Sheriff's Office will not be applying for COPS funds. The funding limitations on salary and benefits and the retention requirement would cost the office a significant amount of General Fund money.

Applications Due April 14, 2009

$0

$0

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) -Formula (DOJ)

Sheriff's Office is recommended to receive $123,082 from this source to fund the Cold Michelle Sandoval Case Unit and the South County Gang program.

See County Executive/JAG

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report Conditions on County and/or Local Match FY09 Funds Received FY10 Funds Received

Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program

Competitive grant funds for programs targeted to address local needs. Grant focuses on initiatives in eight areas: 1) preventing and reducing violent crime through community-based data-driven approaches; 2) providing funding for neighborhood-based probation and parole officers; 3) reducing mortgage fraud and crime related to vacant properties; 4) hiring of civilian support personnel in law enforcement; 5) enhancing forensic and crime scene investigations; 6) improving Applications Due resources and services for victims of crime; Michelle Sandoval April 27, 2009 7) supporting problem-solving courts; and 8) national training and technical assistance partnerships. Sheriff's Office submitted a proposal in the amount of $782,866 over two-years to fund two three management analyst positions to assist the Sheriff's Office in the apprehension and arrest of criminals, and solving crimes through the application of analysis, intelligence sharing, and the coordination of data.

No match requirement.

$0

$0

Formula and competitive grants for state and local governments. CalEMA is state granting agency for funds through the Sexual Assault Specialized STOP Violence Against Women Michelle Sandoval Response Unit Program. Sheriff's Office Formula Grant Program - Formula (DOJ) submitted a grant application for $250,000 and was awarded funds. Funds will be used to pay for one Deputy Sheriff and CBO funding. For drug enforcement and law enforcement, Michelle Sandoval including personnel and community prevention and treatment programs

25% cash or in-kind match

$250,000

Rural Law Enforcement - Grant (DOJ)

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title
Drug Interdiction - Southwest Border/High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas - Grant (DOJ)

Program or Project Description
To provide assistance and equipment to local law enforcement; to combat criminal narcotic activity stemming from the Southern border. Probation is requesting $300,000 to fund a study on juvenile justice recidivism to assist the department with directing Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention Act funds. Competitive grant funds for programs that develop, implement, or expand local mentoring programs leading to measurable, positive outcomes for at-risk youth. Probation submitted a proposal for a total of $500,000 over a four-year period to fund two case managers at a CBO to implement a Youth Mentoring Program

Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report
Michelle Sandoval Available until 9/10.

Conditions on County and/or Local Match

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

Probation
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) -Formula/State Pass Through to Local Jurisdictions (DOJ) Deepka Jackie Howe

See County Executive/JAG

Local Youth Mentoring Initiative

Deepka Jackie Howe

Applications Due April 20, 2009

No match requirement.

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
County Departments/Offices and Program/Project Title Program or Project Description
Competitive grant funds for programs targeted to address local needs. Grant focuses on initiatives in eight areas: 1) preventing and reducing violent crime through community-based data-driven approaches; 2) providing funding for neighborhood-based probation and parole officers; 3) reducing mortgage fraud and crime related to vacant properties; 4) hiring of civilian support personnel in law enforcement; 5) enhancing forensic and crime scene investigations; 6) improving resources and services for victims of crime; 7) supporting problem-solving courts; and 8) national training and technical assistance partnerships. Probation submitted a proposal with two options for a Community Probation project. Option 1 requests $2,288,474 to fund one Supervising Probation Officer and ten Probation Officers over two-years. Option 2 requests $1,307,884 to fund one Supervising Probation Officer and five Probation Officers over a two-year period.

Agency Pt. Timing of Re Timing for of Contact lease of Funds First Report

Conditions on County and/or Local Match

FY09 Funds Received

FY10 Funds Received

Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program

Deepka Jackie Howe

Applications Due April 27, 2009

No match requirement.

Department of Correction
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) -Formula (DOJ) Subtotal: Public Safety TOTAL DOC is recommended to receive $49,370 to fund an evaluation of the impact of programs on recidivism rates. Sandi Eovino No match requirement. See County Executive/JAG $681,129 $41,369,970

$274,461 $85,477,865 Est. Total Allocation:

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$148,395 $274,029 $26,308

$15,347,225

$15,795,957

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$15,377,500

$775,000

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$248,000

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$16,400,500

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

Page 36 of 38

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Benefits to County of Santa Clara
FY11 Funds Received

$0 $32,196,457 $159,044,292

Note: Underlined Items are grants.

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