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					                                         STIMULUS TRACKING
       DATE            DEPARTMENT/AGENCY                               ACTION                                  COMPLETED
As early as 3/3/2009     GOVERNOR/DOTD     Governor or DOTD must list & certify all projects are                Group 1:
   until 4/3/2009                          appropriate use of funds in order to RECEIVE                         3/5/2009
                                           APPROPRIATIONS (1511 certification) ; there will be several
                                           groups of projects including those projects from MPOs

     3/6/2009                 DEQ          Deadline to send Letter of Intent to EPA regarding DERA              3/5/2009

    3/11/2009                DEQ           Deadline to apply for LUST funds                                    3/11/2009
    3/19/2009                DEQ           Deadline to apply for DERA funds                                    3/19/2009
    3/19/2009              GOVERNOR        Deadline for Governor to Certify amount that will be expended       3/16/2009
                                           by 9/30/10 for HIGHWAY PROGRAMS (1201 certification)

    3/23/2009              GOVERNOR         Assurances to DOE regarding utilities and building codes (410      3/18/2009
                                           certification)




    3/23/2009                LHFA          Initial Application for WAP                                         3/19/2009
    3/23/2009                DNR           Preliminary grant application for SEP                               3/23/2009
    3/27/2009                DEQ           Deadline to apply for 604(b - Water Quality Planning funds          3/27/2009

    3/31/2009                DOTD          Initial ARRA Project Plan (Form: FHWA-1586)                         3/27/2009
    4/3/2009               GOVERNOR        Deadline for Governor to certify state requests funds & funds       3/13/2009
                                           will be used for economic and job growth (1607 certification)

     4/4/2009              GOVERNOR        Deadline for DEQ and DOTD to submit letter certifications and         DOTD:
                                           transparency reporting for Programs: Highway Infrastructure          4/2/2009
                                           (to FHWA), Transit Capital (to FTA) and Water State Revolving          DEQ:
                                           Funds for Capitalization (to EPA) (See memo - documents              4/3/2009
                                           tracking No. 3)
     4/6/2009                GOCA          Applications were submitted to NOAA through the La. Dept. of         4/3/2009
                                           Natural Resources for the following four projects totaling
                                           $18,746,000: Lake Hermitage Marsh Creation--Increment 2
                                           ($8,254,300; Mississippi River Sediment Delivery System--
                                           Bayou Dupont Increment 2 ($3,793,900); Elmer's Island Breach
                                           Repair ($4,073,100); and, Erosion Control Grand Isle State Park
                                           ($2,624,700).
    4/10/2009                DOTD                                                                               4/3/2009
                                           Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)
    4/18/2009                LWC           30 days from notice of obligated authority                          4/18/2009
    4/20/2009                DOTD                                                                              4/17/2009
                                           Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)
       TBD                   DOTD          180 days to submit application from published guidelines for
                                           Discretionary Grants for Bridges, Roads, Transit, Ports and
                                           Rails Capital
    5/1/2009                 LDAF          Deadline to submit LOI for Aquaculture grant                        4/29/2009
    5/10/2009                DOTD                                                                              5/4/2009
                                           Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)
    5/12/2009                DNR           Deadline to submit Comprehensive Plan to DOE                        5/8/2009
    5/12/2009                LHFA          Deadline to submit Comprehensive Plan to DOE                        5/21/2009
    5/15/2009                DOTD          Ferry Boat Discretionary application due date for category:         5/15/2009
                                           Discretionary Grants for Bridges, Transit, Ports and Rail Capital

       TBD                   DOTD          180 days to submit application from published guidelines for
                                           Discretionary Grants for Bridges, Roads, Transit, Ports and
                                           Rails Capital
    5/20/2009                DOTD          Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)                 5/15/2009

    5/26/2009                 DNR          Deadline to submit application and Energy Efficiency and            submission
                                           Conservation Strategy (EECS)                                         date has
                                                                                                               changed to
                                                                                                               06/25/2009
    6/10/2009                DOTD          Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)

    6/20/2009                DOTD          Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)
6/25/2009         DNR         Deadline to submit application and Energy Efficiency and
                              Conservation Strategy (EECS)
6/26/2009      DHH/OPH        Deadline to apply for WIC MIS funding.
6/29/2009       DOTD          120 days from apportionment date to obligate first 50% for
                              direct funding for highways and bridges.
6/30/2009         LNG         DoD would like LNG to spend as much as possible on
                              MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR OF NG TRAINING SITES
7/1/2009     DOA, DOE, HIED   Application for the State Fiscal Stabilization Funds
7/10/2009        DOTD
                              Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)
7/15/2009         ALL         Recipients begin REPORTING ON USE OF FUNDS
7/20/2009        DOTD         Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)

8/10/2009        DOTD         Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)

8/17/2009       GOHSEP        Deadline to Allocate Funds for USAR project
8/20/2009        DOTD
                              Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)
8/28/2009        DOTD          180 days from apportionment date to obligate first 50% direct
                              funding for Transit.
9/10/2009        DOTD          Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)

9/20/2009        DOTD         Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)

9/30/2009         LNG         Deadline to Allocate Funds for MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR OF
                              NG TRAINING SITES
10/10/2009       DOTD         Monthly Recipient Project Status Report (Form: FHWA-1585)

10/20/2009       DOTD         Monthly Summary Employment Report (Form: FHWA-1587)

   TBD           LHFA         150 days from NOFA to submit application for NSP
2/17/2010        LHFA         Deadline to Allocate of 75% of Funds for HOUSING CREDIT
                              GAP FUNDING
2/17/2010        LHFA         Deadline to Allocate funds for HOUSING CREDIT GAP
                              FUNDING
2/17/2010         DEQ         Deadline to Allocate Funds for CLEAN WATER STATE
                              REVOLVING
2/17/2010         DEQ         Deadline to Allocate Funds for ASSESSMENT/REMEDIATION
                              ABANDONED UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK SITES

 3/1/2010        DOTD          12 months from apportionment date to obligate second 50%
                              for direct funding for highways and bridges.
 3/1/2010        DOTD          12 months from apportionment date for second 50% for
                              direct funding for Transit.
9/30/2010         DSS          Deadline to Allocate Funds for TANF
9/30/2010         DSS          Deadline to Allocate Funds for CHILD SUPPORT
                              ENFORCEMENT
9/30/2010         DSS          Deadline to Allocate Funds for CHILD CARE AND
                              DEVELOPMENT FUND
9/30/2010         DSS          Deadline to Allocate Funds for VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

9/30/2010         DSS         Deadline to Allocate Funds for DISABILITY DETERMINATIONS

9/30/2010         DSS          Deadline to Allocate Funds for HOMELESS ASSISTANCE/
                              EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS
9/30/2010         DSS          Deadline to Allocate Funds for INDEPENDENT LIVING/
                              INDEPENDENT LIVING OLDER BLIND
9/30/2010        DEQ           Deadline to Expend Funds for DERA
9/30/2010       GOHSEP         Deadline to Allocate Funds for Statewide Communications
                              Interoperability projects
9/30/2010        DOTD          Deadline to expend all ARRA program funds
9/30/2010         ALL          Deadline to appropriate all funds, unless otherwise provided

9/30/2010        DOTD         Competitive grants available until 9/30/2010 for Fixed Guide
                              way Infrastructure (Competitive)
9/30/2010        DOTD         Competitive grants available until 9/30/2010 for Intercity Rail
                              Capital Grants
9/30/2010        DOTD         Competitive grants available until 9/30/2010 for Marine
                              Transportation
                                          Attorney General
              Department Contact                       Michael Larisey 225-326-6715
              (For State Government Use Only)
                                                       lariseym@ag.state.la.us

                                Project                      Internet Crimes Against Children
              Description
              CFDA Number
              Public Contact by Program
              Amount
                                       Amount FY 09
                                       Amount FY 10
                                       Amount FY 11
              Direct Allocation or Grant Application

              Backfill FY10 deficit
              Maintenance of Effort
              Deadline to Allocate Funds
              Deadline to Complete
              Project/Program
              State Spending Authorization Body
              Required legislative committee
              hearing
              Required statutory changes
              Timeline for all authorization and
              commence spending
              Restrictions




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Internal - Confidential
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                   Board of Regents
                      Department Contact                       Connie Koury                                 Connie.Koury@regents.la.gov
                      (For State Government Use Only)
                                                               225-342-4257
                                    Program                          State Fiscal Stabilization                Student Financial Assistance
                      Description
                      CFDA Number
                      Public Contact by Program
                      Amount                                                               $48, 586,000                          $15, 840,000,000
                                               Amount FY 09
                                               Amount FY 10
                                               Amount FY 11
                      Direct Allocation or Grant Application                          Grant Application                          Direct Allocation

                      Backfill FY10 deficit                                                           N/A                                     N/A
                      Maintenance of Effort                         The state will for fiscal years 2009,                                      No
                                                                2010 and 2011 maintain state support
                                                                        for public institutions of higher
                                                                education (not including capital outlay
                                                               or research and development or tuition
                                                                       and fees) at least at 2006 level.

                      Deadline to Allocate Funds                The Governor must commit the funds        First year funding available on 2009-
                                                                  within two years of receiving a grant 2010 Pell Grant Deadlines for students
                                                                 from the U.S. Secretary of Education. and second year funding available on
                                                                  Any funds not used by a state within     2010-2011 Pell Grant Deadlines for
                                                                that time must be returned and it will                                students.
                                                               be reallocated to other states based on
                                                                                     the same criteria.

                      Deadline to Complete
                      Project/Program
                      State Spending Authorization Body         The Governor must apply for the grant            This is a federal award granted to
                                                                 and then distribute to restore funding         students with a draw down by the
                                                                                          to education.                 postsecondary institutions.
                      Required legislative committee                   The funds must go through the
                      hearing                                                    appropriation process


Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
     Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism,
             Office of the Lt. Governor
 Department Contact                          Linda McNeil 225-219-9513
 (For State Government Use Only)
                                             lmcneil@crt.state.la.us
                 Project                              Fiscal Stabilization
 Description
 CFDA Number
 Public Contact by Program
 Amount                                                                $23,058,914
                              Amount FY 09                                      $0
                              Amount FY 10                             $23,058,914
                              Amount FY 11                                      $0
 Direct Allocation or Grant Application                                        N/A
 Backfill FY10 deficit                                                 $23,058,914
 Maintenance of Effort                                                         N/A
 Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                    N/A
 Deadline to Complete Project/Program                                          N/A
 State Spending Authorization Body                                            DOA
 Required legislative committee hearing                                  NEEDED?




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                  Department of Environmental Quality
 Department Contact                     Karyn Andrews                                                      225-219-3886                                      karyn.andrews@la.gov
 (For State Government Use Only)


                                                                                                                                                                 Clean Water State Revolving
                                                                                                                    Water Quality/604b                                                                          Assessment/Remediation Abandoned
                Project                      Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA)                                                                                 (Municipal Wastewater
                                                                                                                  (water quality planning)                                                                        Underground Storage Tank Sites
                                                                                                                                                                    Infrastructure Needs)
 Description                            The LDEQ will award competitive grants from the Recovery Act       To carry out water quality planning under the     To provide subsidies to municipalities for their   The LUST Trust Fund will provide funding to provide
                                        Funding for Louisiana Clean Diesel Grant Program for projects      Clean Water Act. DEQ must allocate at least 40%   publically owned treatment works projects by       assistance to respond to petroleum releases from
                                        that maximize the benefits to public health, create and/or         of the funds to regional public comprehensive     providing funding for waste water infrastructure   UST’s where owners and operators are unknown,
                                        sustain existing jobs, and reduce diesel emissions in Louisiana.   planning organizations (RPCPO’s).                 needs. 20% of funds must be used for projects to   unwilling or unable to take corrective actions
                                        Awarded grants will achieve diesel emissions reductions by                                                           address green infrastructure, water or energy      themselves, and in emergency situations. These funds
                                        retrofitting, upgrading, replacement, or reduced idling from on-                                                     efficiency improvements or other                   will be used to increase the pace of cleaning up UST
                                        road and off-road diesel engines and equipment. All projects                                                         environmentally innovative activities.             releases into the environment that have already
                                        shall use EPA or California Air Resource Board (CARB) Verified                                                                                                          occurred, but have not yet been cleaned up.
                                        Technologies.


 CFDA Number
 Public Contact by Program
 Amount                                                                         $1.73 million                              $435,166                           $43,081,434                     $2.68 million (Estimate)
                          Amount FY 09                                                     $0                                    $0                                    $0                                          $0
                          Amount FY 10                                             $1,297,500                              $326,375                           $25,000,000                             $1,887,288.95
                          Amount FY 11                                               $432,500                              $108,791                           $18,081,434                                $796,027.75
 Direct Allocation or Grant Application State must send letter of intent to apply to the EPA Grant application from EPA (non-       Grant Application from EPA (Non-      Grant Application from EPA – Non
                                        by 3/6/09, Grant Application process with EPA and competitive)                              Competitive)                          competitive.
                                        funds awarded thru non-competitive process.

 Backfill FY10 deficit                                                                  N/A                                                           N/A                                        N/A                                       N/A.
 Maintenance of Effort                  No match is required. Grant may allow up to 14% Grant allows up to 4% for                                            No match required. Grant may allow No match required. Grant may allow up to
                                        allowable for DEQ project administrative costs.     administrative costs.                                            up to 4% to be used for administrative 4% to be used for administrative cost.
                                        Awaiting final guidance from EPA                                                                                     cost.                                   Awaiting final guidance from EPA.

 Deadline to Allocate Funds           EPA must award the funds within 30 days of the                       No provision currently provided.                  2/17/2010                                          2/17/2010
                                      Plan approval. All funds must be expended by                         Awaiting guidance from EPA
                                      9/30/2010
 Deadline to Complete Project/Program No date specified in Act. Awaiting final guidance                    No date specified in Act. Awaiting final          No date specified in Act. Awaiting final           No date specified in Act. Awaiting final
                                      from EPA.                                                            guidance from EPA.                                guidance from EPA.                                 guidance from EPA.
 State Spending Authorization Body    Louisiana Legislature. No FY09 increase in spending                  Louisiana Legislature. No FY09 increase           Louisiana Legislature. No FY09 increase            Louisiana Legislature. No FY09 increase in
                                      authorization will be required; however, an                          in spending authorization will be                 in spending authorization will be                  spending authorization will be required;
                                      increase in DEQ’s Budget authority for FY2010 will                   required; however, an increase in                 required; however, an increase in                  however, an increase in DEQ’s Budget
                                      be required.                                                         DEQ’s Budget authority for FY2010 will            LDEQ’s Ancillary Budget Authority for              authority for FY2010 will be required.
                                                                                                           be required.                                      Fiscal Year 2010 will be required.

 Required legislative committee                                          Yes, Funding Committees                            Yes, Funding Committees                           Yes, Funding Committees                                Yes, Funding Committees
 hearing
 Required statutory changes             No. DEQ will request delegated authority from OCR No                                                                 No. DEQ will request delegated                     No
                                        to allow DEQ to approve cooperative agreements in                                                                    authority from OCR to allow DEQ to
                                        house to implement these projects in a timely                                                                        approve intergovernmental
                                        manner.                                                                                                              agreements in house to implement
                                                                                                                                                             these projects in a timely manner.

Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
 Timeline for all authorization and   Application submitted 3/19/2009. EPA anticipates   Application due to EPA on March 27.   Application due to EPA on April 17.   Application submitted 3/11/2009.
 commence spending                    award will be made by April 17.                    EPA anticipates award will be made by EPA anticipates award will be made 30 Awaiting final guidance from EPA.
                                                                                         May 1                                 days after application is received.

 Restrictions                         All funds must be expended by 9/30/2010            40% of funds must be passed to             General provision of ARRA - Davis
                                                                                         regional public comprehensive              Bacon and Buy American will be an
                                                                                         planning organizations. If funds are not   issue for these funds. 20% of funds
                                                                                         passed through, then EPA approval is       must be for green infrastructure. At
                                                                                         needed to use for funds for other          least 50% of funds must be used as
                                                                                         planning needs                             subsidy for communities that would
                                                                                                                                    otherwise not be able to afford the
                                                                                                                                    project.




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                    Department of Health and Hospitals
                                Department Contact                       Charles Castille                                                               225-342-6726                                                                   charles.castille@la.gov
                                (For State Government Use Only)

                                                                         Sheila A. Moore                                                                225.342.8881                                                                   sheila.moore@la.gov

                                                                           A - Title VI - Broadband Technology Opportunities Program and B - Title I:      A - Title VIII - Section 3011 - Strengthening the Health Information
                                                 Program                                                                                                                                                                                 A - Title VIII - Section 3013 -Health Information Technology Planning Grant                           A - Title VIII - Section 3014 - HIT Loan Programs
                                                                                            Broadband Data Improvement (Commerce)                                                 Technology Infrastructure

                                Description                               To (1) To provide access to broadband services to consumers in un- and        To invest in the infrastructure necessary to allow for and promote the       Provides states or designated agencies with funding to facilitate and expand the Establishment of programs for loans to health care providers to (1) facilitate the
                                                                         underserved areas, (2) provide education, training, equipment, etc. to         electronic exchange and use of health information for each individual in the electronic movement and use of health information among organizations            purchase of certified Electronic Health Record technology; (2) enhance the use of
                                                                         healthcare providers, and others, including agencies and organizations that    United States.                                                               according to nationally recognized standards                                     such technology; (3) train personnel in the use of such technology; or (4) improve
                                                                         serve low-income, unemployed, aged, and other vulnerable populations (3)                                                                                                                                                                     the secure electronic exchange of health information.
                                                                         improve access for public safety agencies and (4) stimulate demand for
                                                                         growth. Also, to develop a geographic map of the state's broadband
                                                                         capacity.
                                CFDA Number
                                Public Contact by Program
                                Amount                                   $4,350,000,000 nationally from the Department of Commerce. There are no Unknown. Funds will be allotted to various federal agencies to support          Unknown. An undefined portion of the $2 billion for the Office of the National             Unknown. An undefined portion of the $2billion for the Office of the National
                                                                         state allocations, but every state is to be awarded at least one grant. certain activities. It appears that states could receive funds if the Secretary Coordinator.                                                                               Coordinator,
                                                                                                                                                 of HHS determines this to be advantageous in reaching stated goals.


                                                             Amount FY 09 $0                                                                            Unknown.                                                                       Unknown.                                                                             Unknown.
                                                             Amount FY 10 $0                                                                            Unknown.                                                                       Unknown.                                                                             Unknown.
                                                             Amount FY 11 $0                                                                            Unknown.                                                                       Unknown.                                                                             Unknown.

                                Direct Allocation or Grant Application   Competitive grants.                                                            Unknown.                                                                       Grant Application from the Office of National Coordinator "may" be awarded to Competitive Grant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       a state or qualified State-designated entity.




                                Backfill FY10 deficit                    No.                                                                            Unknown.                                                                       No.
                                Maintenance of Effort                    20% match required, but may be waived if hardship can be demonstrated.         Unknown.                                                                       The HHS Secretary has the option of requiring non-federal matching funds in          Match - an amount equal to not less than $1 for each $5 of Federal funds provided
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       years prior to 2011.                                                                 under grant. - The non-federal match may consist of contributions from private
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            sector entities, so long as the private donor does not specify any particular loan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Starting in 2011, States must contribute an increasing share of non-federal          recipients, and so long as the grantee publishes the identity of private donors and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       funds (which may include in-kind contributions) toward the costs of these            the amounts they contribute to the fund.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       grants. In 2011, the required State share is $1 for each $10 of federal funds; in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2012 it is $1 for each $7 of federal funds; and in 2013 and beyond, it is $1 for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       each $3 in federal funds.

                                Deadline to Allocate Funds               Public hearings for the purpose of obtaining input into the grant/allocation   Unknown.                                                                       N/A.                                                                                 The Secretary may not make an award under this section prior to January, 2010.
                                                                         process have been held. No announcement of availability has been made as                                                                                                                                                                           This is to ensure that money is not spent on helping providers purchase HIT until
                                                                         yet.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               after ONC has approved a set of standards and certification criteria, which is to be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            completed by December 31, 2009.

                                Deadline to Complete Project/Program     All funds are to be awarded by FY 2010 and projects complete within two       Unknown                                                                         On-going.                                                                            N/A
                                State Spending Authorization Body        years.
                                                                         Department of Health and Hospitals or its designee, the Louisiana Health Care Department of Health and Hospitals                                              Department of Health and Hospitals intends to designate the Louisiana Health         Department of Health and Hospitals
                                Required legislative committee hearing   Yes, if DHH applies for and of awarded funding, the Joint Budget Committee
                                                                         Quality Forum. A number is other departments, non-profits and others are Yes. If funds are made available and DHH receives any, it will be necessary          Care Quality Forum as the qualified Joint for this Committee.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       If grant is awarded to the State, yes,entity Budget program.                         Yes, Joint Budget Committee and Committees on Health and Welfare
                                                                                                                                                        to go to the Joint Committee on the Budget.

                                Required statutory changes               Unlikely                                                                       Unknown                                                                        Unknown.                                                                             Very likely.
                                Timeline for all authorization and       Unknown.                                                                       Unknown                                                                        Unknown.                                                                             Unknown.
                                commence spending
                                Restrictions                             Projects must be completed within a wo year period.                            The following activities are to be supported: (1) Health information           Applications must include a plan describing the State’s activities that (1) is       States must create loan funds meeting several requirements set forth in the HITECH
                                                                                                                                                        technology architecture that will support the nationwide electronic            “pursued in the public interest”; (2) consistent with the National Coordinator’s     Act, and must submit annually updated strategic plans describing the intended uses
                                                                                                                                                        exchange and use of health information in a secure, private, and accurate      strategic plan; and (3) includes a description of how the State will carry out the   of the loan funds and providing assurances that the loan funds are being disbursed
                                                                                                                                                        manner, including connecting health information exchanges, and which           qualifying activities. Grant awardees must consult with several categories of        to qualifying providers.
                                                                                                                                                        may include updating and implementing the infrastructure necessary             stakeholders in carrying out both planning and implementation grants;
                                                                                                                                                        within different agencies of the DHHS to support the electronic use and        stakeholders should include health care providers, health plans, patients, HIT       Loans under this section may be used by a healthcare provider to carry out such
                                                                                                                                                        exchange of information; (2) development and adoption of appropriate           vendors, public health agencies, health professions educators, and clinical          activities as 1) facilitate the purchase of certified EHR technology; 2) enhance the
                                                                                                                                                        certified electronic health records for categories of health care providers    researchers.                                                                         utilization of certified EHR technology; 3) train personnel in the use of such
                                                                                                                                                        not eligible for Medicare or Medicaid incentives; (3) training on and                                                                                               technology; or 4) improve the secure electronic exchange of information.
                                                                                                                                                        dissemination of information on best practices to integrate electronic         To be deemed “meaningful” EHR users, practitioners must (1) use a certified
                                                                                                                                                        health records, into a provider's delivery of care consistent with best        EHR, including the electronic prescribing features, (2) connect through HIEs to
                                                                                                                                                        practices, including community health centers, Medicare, Medicaid and          improve the quality and coordination of care; and (3) submit information on
                                                                                                                                                        SCHIP providers; (4) infrastructure and tools for the promotion of             clinical quality measures.
                                                                                                                                                        telemedicine; (5) promotion of the interoperability of clinical data
                                                                                                                                                        repositories or registries; (6) promotion of technologies and best practices
                                                                                                                                                        that enhance the protection of health information by all holders of such;
                                                                                                                                                        and (7) improvement and expansion of the use of health information
                                                                                                                                                        technology by public health departments.
                                                                                                                                                        and (7) improvement and expansion of the use of health information
                                                                                                                                                        technology by public health departments.




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                         Department of Health and Hospitals
                                Department Contact                         Charles Castille                                                                   225-342-6726                                                                charles.castille@la.gov
                                (For State Government Use Only)



                                                                               B - Title V - Section 5001 - Temporary Federal Medicaid Assistance                                                                                                                                                                         B - Title IV - Section 4201 - Medicaid Incentives to Providers for Electronic Health
                                                Program                                                                                                               B - Title V - Section 5004 - Transitional Medical Assistance              B - Title V - Section 5002 - Disproportionate Share Hospitals (DSH)
                                                                                                     Percentage (FMAP) Increase                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Record Technology


                                Description                                Temporary increase in the federal share of funding for Medicaid                    This extends the TMA program which allows low-income Medicaid
                                                                                                                                                              beneficiaries who would otherwise become ineligible for Medicaid due to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Provides incentive payments for certified EHR technology (and support services
                                                                                                                                                              an increase in wages or hours at a job are entitled to up to 12 months of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Increases the amount of DSH money available to Louisiana health care            including maintenance and training that is for, or is necessary for the adoption and
                                                                                                                                                              Medicaid benefits
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          providers for treating uninsured patients.                                      operation of, such technology) to Medicaid providers meeting certain criteria.
                                CFDA Number
                                Public Contact by Program
                                Amount                                     Estimated $1,275,400,000 as of 04/08/2009                                          In order to draw down the $9.5M available to Louisiana, the state would be $18,299,000. However, Louisiana intends to decline funding as will not use       Depends on the 1) number of Medicaid providers professionals (physicians, dentists,
                                                                                                                                                              required to provide a match of $2.5M which it cannot afford in the climate additional funds this year, and acceptance would create obligations that would   certified nurse mid-wives, NP’s, and PA’s in RHCs or FQHCs) with 30% qualifying
                                                                                                                                                              that is requiring hospitals, nursing homes and other health-care providers be difficult to meet in future years.                                            Medicaid patient volume, 2) the number of pediatricians with 20% qualifying
                                                                                                                                                              to accept reimbursement cuts.                                                                                                                               Medicaid patient volume, 3) the number of physicians practicing in FQHC/RHCs with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          30% qualifying Medicaid patient volume, 4) who are willing to “engage in efforts to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          adopt, implement, or upgrade certified EHR technology, and pay the 15% match of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          net average allowable.

                                                            Amount FY 09 Estimated $344,500,000 as of 04/08/2009                                              $0                                                                          $0                                                                              Available federal dollars range from $44K to $64K per qualifying provider over 5
                                                            Amount FY 10 Estimated $604,300,000 as of 04/08/2009                                              $0                                                                          $0
                                                            Amount FY 11 Estimated $326,600,000 as of 04/08/2009                                              $0                                                                          $0
                                Direct Allocation or Grant Application   Direct Allocation.                                                                   Direct Allocation.                                                          Direct Allocation.                                                              Direct Allocation
                                Backfill FY10 deficit                                                                                                         N/A                                                                         N/A
                                                                         The bill hold states harmless for decreases in their 2009 FMAP and increases
                                                                         FMAP funding for a 27-month period beginning 10/1/2008 through
                                                                         12/31/2010, with an across-the-board increase to all states of 6.2%.

                                                                           In addition to the across-the-board increase provides an additional FMAP
                                                                           increase based State’s unemployment rate.

                                Maintenance of Effort                                                                                                         N/A                                                                         N/A—state must provide 32.39% (non-enhanced) match of $17,687,434               DHH administrative costs matched at 90%. 15% of incentive payment to be covered
                                                                           SGF match required.                                                                                                                                                                                                                            by provider, state or local government.
                                Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                                                                    N/A                                                                         3/31/11(Following quarter)
                                                                           Quarterly allocation will be calculated by CMS based on actual Medicaid                                                                                                                                                                        $40M/year is allocated beginning FFY 09 thru FFY 2015 and $20M in FFY 2016. No
                                                                           expenditures for the quarter and state unemployment rate.                                                                                                                                                                                      incentive payments can begin after FFY 2016 or be made after FFY 2021.
                                Deadline to Complete Project/Program                                                                                          12/31/2010                                                                  12/31/2010




                                                                           12/31/2010                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9/30/2021
                                State Spending Authorization Body          Department of Health and Hospitals/Single State Medicaid Agency                    Department of Health and Hospitals/Single State Medicaid Agency             Department of Health and Hospitals/Single State Medicaid Agency                 Department of Health and Hospitals/Single State Medicaid Agency
                                Required legislative committee hearing     Yes. Joint Budget Committee.                                                       Yes. Joint Budget Committee.                                                Yes. Joint Budget Committee.                                                    Yes. Joint Budget Committee.
                                Required statutory changes                 No.                                                                                No.                                                                         No.                                                                             Requires rulemaking.
                                Timeline for all authorization and         Cannot reduce eligibility or make eligibility procedures and practices more        No additional action necessary as this is a continuation.                   N/A                                                                             Not specified. HHS Secretary will need to establish methodology, define net average
                                commence spending                          12/31/2010 7/01/08.
                                                                           restrictive after                                                                                                                                                                                                                              allowable costs, etc. and issue regulations.
                                Restrictions                               Must be in compliance with prompt payment requirements and extends                                                                                             Matching requirements assumes state spends to new cap.                          State must demonstrate to HHS Secretary that funds used for intended purpose,
                                                                           these to nursing facilities and hospitals which are currently exempt.                                                                                                                                                                          including tracking of meaningful use by Medicaid providers, adequate oversight of
                                                                           Requires states to report to the HHS Secretary within 30 days following the                                                                                                                                                                    the program, including routine tracking of meaningful use attestations and reporting
                                                                           first day of each month regarding the states' compliance with the Medicaid                                                                                                                                                                     mechanisms, and pursue initiatives to encourage certified EHR technology adoption.
                                                                           prompt pay requirements with respect to claims made for covered items and                                                                                                                                                                      Professionals cannot accept both Medicaid and Medicare incentive payments.
                                                                           services during the preceding month.
                                                                           Enhanced match does not apply to SPA or 1115 expansion populations
                                                                           enacted after July 1, 2008.
                                                                           Enhanced match does not apply to DSH.
                                                                           States are not eligible for an increase in its FMAP if any amounts attributable
                                                                           to such increase are deposited or credited into any reserve or rainy day fund.
                                                                           Enhanced match does not apply to SCHIP, including Medicaid expansion
                                                                           SCHIP.
                                                                           Enhanced match does not apply to items/ services subject to enhanced
                                                                           match such as Family Planning services, Breast & Cervical Cancer eligibility
                                                                           group expenditures.
                                                                           State must submit report by September 30, 2011 how additional federal
                                                                           funds under this Act were spent in form and member specified by the
                                                                           Secretary of HHS.
                                                                           Prohibits states from increasing the local government share of the state
                                                                           Medicaid match to a percentage greater than was in place under the state
                                                                           plan on September 30, 2008. HHS Secretary cannot waive this provision.
                                                                           There is a potential conflict with the hard cap in our EDA wavier set to go live
                                                                           March 1, 2009.




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                     Department of Health and Hospitals
                                Department Contact                       Charles Castille                                                                225-342-6726                                                                 charles.castille@la.gov
                                (For State Government Use Only)


                                                                          A - Title VII - EPA State Assistance Grants - Drinking Water State Revolving     A - Title VIII - Prevention and Wellness Strategies to Address Chronic
                                                 Program                                                                                                                                                                                        A - Title VIII - Immunization - Vaccine and State Operations                                         A - Title VIII - Infection Reduction
                                                                                                               Fund                                                                      Disease Rates

                                Description                              Provides loans for drinking water infrastructure over and above the             To carry out evidence-based clinical and community-based prevention and      Supplemental funding for the CDC immunization program.                               To implement strategies designed to reduce healthcare associated infection.
                                                                         annual allotment for this program for projects that can be under                wellness strategies that deliver specific, measurable health outcomes that
                                                                         construction within 12 months..                                                 address chronic disease rates.
                                CFDA Number
                                Public Contact by Program
                                Amount                                   $27,626,000 for Louisiana                                                       State allocation is unknown at this time. On a national level,               $2,395,546 allocated directly to Louisiana for vaccine and operations.               State allocation is unknown at this time. On a national level, $50,000,000 has been
                                                                                                                                                         $650,000,000 has been identified for this program.                                                                                                                identified for this program.
                                                            Amount FY 09                                                                                 Unknown
                                                            Amount FY 10                                                                                 Unknown
                                                            Amount FY 11                                                                                 Unknown
                                Direct Allocation or Grant Application   Non-competitive grant.                                                          Grant Applications from CDC.                                                 Direct from CDC (Non-competitive).


                                Backfill FY10 deficit
                                Maintenance of Effort                    20% match waived.                                                               Unknown. May require Maintenance of Effort Provisions set forth in U.S.      Unknown. May require Maintenance of Effort Provisions set forth in U.S. Code         Unknown. May require Maintenance of Effort Provisions set forth in U.S. Code Title
                                                                                                                                                         Code Title 42 in which the State agrees to maintain State expenditures for   Title 42 in which the State agrees to maintain State expenditures for such           42 in which the State agrees to maintain State expenditures for such activities at a
                                                                                                                                                         such activities at a level that is not less than the average level of such   activities at a level that is not less than the average level of such expenditures   level that is not less than the average level of such expenditures maintained by the
                                                                                                                                                         expenditures maintained by the State for the 2-year period preceding the     maintained by the State for the 2-year period preceding the fiscal year for which    State for the 2-year period preceding the fiscal year for which the State is applying to
                                                                                                                                                         fiscal year for which the State is applying to receive payments.             the State is applying to receive payments.                                           receive payments.

                                Deadline to Allocate Funds               Indications are that we have until the end of federal fiscal year 2010 to       Federal deadline is by September 1 of each year.                             Funds are awarded on calendar year and they are expected to be used within
                                                                         disburse funds.                                                                                                                                              the calendar year.
                                Deadline to Complete Project/Program     Indications are that we have until the end of federal fiscal year 2010 to       Ongoing.                                                                     Funds are awarded on calendar year and they are expected to be used within
                                                                         disburse funds.                                                                                                                                              the calendar year.
                                State Spending Authorization Body        Department of Health and Hospitals/Office of Public Health.                     Department of Health and Hospitals/Office of Public Health.                  Department of Health and Hospitals/Office of Public Health.
                                Required legislative committee hearing   Yes. Joint Budget Committee.                                                    Yes. Joint Budget Committee.                                                 Yes. Joint Budget Committee.
                                Required statutory changes               Possibly. Currently no provisions in the program for principal forgiveness,     No.                                                                          No.
                                                                         negative interest, or grants. Statutory changes may be necessary to comply
                                                                         with these provisions.
                                Timeline for all authorization and       If no statutory changes are required, only budget changes and additional        Funding is for a two year period.                                            If no statutory changes are required, only budget changes and additional
                                commence spending                        administrative staff are required to commence spending (close loans & begin                                                                                  administrative staff are required to commence spending.
                                                                         construction). Louisiana has 5 days to apply to USEPA Region 6.

                                Restrictions                             Not less than 50% of the capitalization grant each state receives must be used Unknown.                                                                      Unknown.                                                                             Unknown.
                                                                         to provide additional subsidization in the form of principal forgiveness,
                                                                         negative interest loans, grants, or any combination of these.” Historically,
                                                                         Louisiana DWRLF does not provide for any subsidization except to projects
                                                                         under disadvantaged/emergency conditions.
                                                                         Now subject to the Davis Bacon Act which requires that contractors or their
                                                                         subcontractors are to pay workers employed directly upon the site of the
                                                                         work no less than the locally prevailing wages and fringe benefits paid on
                                                                         projects of a similar character.
                                                                         Now subject to the Buy American Provisions. None of the funds appropriated
                                                                         or otherwise made available by this Act may be used for a project for the
                                                                         construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair of a public building or public
                                                                         work unless all of the iron, steel, and manufactured goods used in the project
                                                                         are produced in the United States.
                                                                         At least 20% of the …funds must be designated for green infrastructure,
                                                                         water and/or energy efficiency, innovative water quality improvements…and
                                                                         water conservation.”




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                    Department of Health and Hospitals
                                Department Contact                        Charles Castille                                                              225-342-6726                                                                 charles.castille@la.gov
                                (For State Government Use Only)


                                                                          A - Title I - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and    A - Title I - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants
                                                 Program                                                                                                                                                                                                        A - Title VIII - IDEA, Part C
                                                                                                  Children (WIC) - Contingency Fund                                                and Children (WIC) - MIS

                                Description                               Supplemental funding for the Women, Infants and Children nutrition program To establish, improve, or administer WIC management information                 One-time funding for short-term investments with the potential to effect long-
                                                                          to be held in reserve until such time that the normal allocations to states is systems, to include changes necessary to meet new legislative or regulatory term benefits in early intervention programs for infants and toddlers with
                                                                          deemed insufficient.                                                           requirements and including the use of electronic benefits transfer in the   disabilities.
                                                                                                                                                         WIC Program.
                                CFDA Number
                                Public Contact by Program
                                Amount                                   $400,000,000 Nationwide. The amount for each state is based on monthly         $100,000,000 Nationwide.                                                     $5,801,783
                                                                         reports of use.
                                                            Amount FY 09 The April 2009 stimulus allocation to Louisiana is $1,638,740.                 $0
                                                            Amount FY 10 $0                                                                             $0
                                                            Amount FY 11 $0                                                                             $0

                                Direct Allocation or Grant Application    Direct.                                                                       Competitive grants.                                                          Direct from US Department of Education.


                                Backfill FY10 deficit                     No.                                                                           No.                                                                          No.
                                Maintenance of Effort                     The federal share of funding for food is 100%. Ordinarily, however, the state There are no cost-sharing or matching requirements.                          Yes for existing funds which states (p 172 of HR 1): upon prior approval from
                                                                          must provide a 30% match for costs associated with the administration of                                                                                   the Secretary, a State. . .that receives funds under this title may treat any
                                                                          WIC.                                                                                                                                                       portion of such funds that is used as non-Federal funds for the purpose of any
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     requirement to maintain fiscal effort under any other program, including part C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     of IDEA and notwithstanding the level of effort required by a State or local
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     educational agency for the following fiscal year shall not be reduced.

                                Deadline to Allocate Funds                Unknown.                                                                      FY 2010                                                                      9/30/2009
                                Deadline to Complete Project/Program      Unknown.                                                                      Grant application for funding due by 06/26/2009.                             12/31/2011
                                State Spending Authorization Body         Department of Health and Hospitals/Office of Public Health.                                                                                                Department of Health and Hospitals/Office for Citizens with Developmental
                                                                                                                                                        Department of Health and Hospitals/Office of Public Health                   Disabilities
                                Required legislative committee hearing    Yes, if additional funds are allocated, Joint Budget Committee.                                                                                            Yes. Joint Budget Committee.
                                                                                                                                                        Yes, the Joint Budget Committee.
                                Required statutory changes                No.                                                                           No.                                                                          No.
                                Timeline for all authorization and        Unknown.                                                                      A portion of the funds available will be awarded in FY 2010 should EBT       Unknown.
                                commence spending                                                                                                       (Electronic Benefit Transfer) be demonstrated to be affordable and
                                                                                                                                                        consistent with Program goals.
                                Restrictions                              Funds are supplemental and will be allocated based on state's reported use    Grantees are limited to State Agencies that currently operate the Special    Requires public participation and review process required and US Department of
                                                                          should the regularly allocated funding be insufficient to meet need.          Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).        Education approval.
                                                                                                                                                        Preference is given to states that have cooperative agreements with the
                                                                                                                                                        USDA to develop/implement Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) projects:
                                                                                                                                                        Louisiana is not one of these states. There is an opportunity to apply for
                                                                                                                                                        funds to conduct activities that would further the goal of adopting EBT.




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                                                                      Department of Health and Hospitals
                                Department Contact                    Charles Castille                                                 225-342-6726                            charles.castille@la.gov
                                (For State Government Use Only)



                                                                                         Community Health Center Grants in Louisiana
                                Organization Name                     City                                                             Award Amount
                                RAPIDES PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTER,   ALEXANDRIA                                                       $177,591
                                INC.
                                JEFFERSON COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE       AVONDALE                                                         $238,355
                                CENTERS, INC.
                                MOREHOUSE COMMUNITY MEDICAL           BASTROP                                                          $128,340
                                CENTERS, INC
                                BATON ROUGE PRIMARY CARE              BATON ROUGE                                                      $134,177
                                COLLABORATIVE INC
                                CAPITOL CITY FAMILY HEALTH CENTER,    BATON ROUGE                                                      $189,508
                                INC.
                                PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS FOR A          CLINTON                                                          $171,806
                                HEALTHY FELICIANA
                                TECHE ACTION BOARD INC.               FRANKLIN                                                         $287,771
                                ST. HELENA COMMUNITY HEALTH           GREENSBURG                                                       $199,561
                                CENTER, INC.
                                THE MULTIPRACTICE CLINIC              INDEPENDENCE                                                     $208,971
                                INNIS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC.   INNIS                                                            $169,451
                                SWLA CENTER FOR HEALTH SERVICES       LAKE CHARLES                                                     $201,902
                                ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY HEALTH          LULING                                                           $247,732
                                CENTER, INC.
                                PRIMARY HEALTH SERVICES CENTER        MONROE                                                           $243,173
                                OUT-PATIENT MEDICAL CENTER,           NATCHITOCHES                                                     $283,959
                                IBERIA COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY        NEW IBERIA                                                       $324,863
                                HEALTH CENTER
                                EXCELTH INC.                          NEW ORLEANS                                                      $346,264
                                NEW ORLEANS HEALTH DEPARTMENT         NEW ORLEANS                                                      $143,351
                                ST. THOMAS COMMUNITY HEALTH           NEW ORLEANS                                                      $100,000
                                CENTER, INC.
                                SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA PRIMARY           OPELOUSAS                                                        $173,043
                                HEALTH CARE CTR, INC.
                                TENSAS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER,       SAINT JOSEPH                                                     $113,507
                                INC.
                                DAVID RAINES COMMUNITY HEALTH         SHREVEPORT                                                       $223,485
                                CENTER
                                CATAHOULA PARISH HOSPITAL DISTRICT    SICILY ISLAND                                                    $326,096
                                #2
                                ST GABRIEL HEALTH CLINIC, INC.        ST GABRIEL                                                       $152,181
                                WINN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC     WINNFIELD                                                        $100,000




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                     Department of Natural Resources
Department Contact                           Tangular Jones, (225) 342-1399                            225-342-8572 Tangular.Jones@LA.GOV
(For State Government Use Only)


                  Program                                    State Energy Program                       Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant Funding       Energy Star Appliance Rebate Program
Description                                SEP Funds shall be used for energy efficiency and           DNR is administering the EECBG funds for those cities          Provides incentives to replace old
                                           renewable energy projects for the purpose of                and parishes not receiving a direct allocation from DOE. appliances with energy efficient ENERGY
                                           stimulating the creation or increased retention of          Eligible activities for qualifying cities and parishes are set STAR products
                                           jobs; saving energy, increasing energy generation           forth in the Energy Independence and Security Act of
                                           from renewable resources; and reducing greenhouse           2007 and DOE guidelines.
                                           gas emissions.
CFDA Number                                81.041                                                      81.0128                                                     Pending
Public Contact by Program                  Tangular Jones, (225) 342-1399                              Tangular Jones, (225) 342-1399                              Tangular Jones, (225) 342-1399
Amount                                                                                $71,694,000                                                  $13,805,700                            Pending allocation
                              Amount FY 09                                                      $0                                                            $0                                          $0
                              Amount FY 10                                            $35,847,000                                                   $8,973,705                                            $0
                              Amount FY 11                                            $35,847,000                                                   $4,831,995                                            $0
Direct Allocation or Grant Application                                           Direct Allocation                                             Direct Allocation                           Direct Allocation
Backfill FY10 deficit                                                                         N/A                                                           N/A                                         N/A
Maintenance of Effort                      Required to report quarterly on progress, in terms of              Not less than 60% of the amount received must be     Pending DOE Guidance
                                           specific activities and amounts of funding obligated                                         passed on as subgrants.
                                           and expended.
Deadline to Allocate Funds                 Fed Allocation: 10% of total allocation at time of          The State is required to distribute subgrants not later     Pending DOE Guidance
                                           initial award of Recovery Act funds; 40% of total           than 180 days after the date on which the Secretary
                                           allocation upon DOE approval of State Plan; 20% of          approves the Energy Efficiency & Conservation Strategy.
                                           allocation upon demonstration by Grantee that it has
                                           obligated under its procurement system at least 50%
                                           of the Recovery Act Funds awarded previously, is
                                           complying with all reporting requirements, and that
                                           jobs are being created; Remainder allocated upon
                                           demonstration that Grantee is making continued
                                           progress in obligating funds previously provided,
                                           complying with all reporting requirements and
                                           creating jobs.

Deadline to Complete Project/Program                                                    4/30/2012                                                    4/30/2012 Pending DOE Guidance
State Spending Authorization Body                        Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget                    Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget      Joint Legislative Committee on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                Budget
Required legislative committee hearing                                                 Yes/See Above                                             Yes/See Above                           Yes/See Above
Required statutory changes                   Provisions: Governor to make assurances "within his                                                            n/a                                     n/a
                                             authority" that the Fire Marshal will adopt the 2007
                                             commercial energy code and the Code Council will
                                             adopt the most updated residential energy code; and
                                             the PSC will consider energy efficient financial
                                             incentives.
Timeline for all authorization and           March 23, 2009: Submit Application (SF424);                     June 25, 2009: DNR submits Energy Efficiency and Pending DOE Guidance
commence spending                            Governor's Assurance (letter or signed certificate,        Conservation Strategy to DOE. Once DOE approves, DNR
                                             Preliminary list of planned projects. May 12, 2009:            has 180 days to distribute subgrants for authorized
                                             Comprehensive Application Due ; Pending DOE                                                              activities.
                                             approval.
Restrictions                                 Davis-Bacon Act; SEP Spending Prohibitions: for           Davis-Bacon Act, A list of eligible activities for use of the Pending DOE Guidance
                                             construction, such as construction of mass transit        program funds is contained in Section 544 of the Energy
                                             systems and exclusive bus lanes, or for the               Independence and Security Act of 2007. A list of eligible
                                             construction or repair of buildings or structures; to     activities is included in the recently released DOE
                                             purchase land, a building or structure or any interest    Guidelines, available on the DNR web site.
                                             therein; to subsidize fares for public transportation;
                                             to subsidize utility rate demonstrations or state tax
                                             credits for energy conservation or renewable energy
                                             measures; or to conduct or purchase equipment to
                                             conduct research, development or demonstration of
                                             energy efficiency or renewable energy techniques
                                             and technologies not commercially available.
           Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant Non-State Formula Allocations
               Top Ten Cities                                Direct Allocations
Alexandria                                                                            $226,700
Baton Rouge                                                                         $2,354,700
Bossier City                                                                          $608,600
Kenner                                                                                $601,100
Lafayette                                                                           $1,193,300
Lake Charles                                                                          $715,000
Monroe                                                                                $555,600
New Iberia                                                                            $145,500
New Orleans                                                                         $2,440,100
Shreveport                                                                          $1,977,900

               Top Ten Parishes                              Direct Allocations
Ascension                                                                             $406,500
Calcasieu                                                                             $473,700
Jefferson                                                                           $3,563,900
Lafourche                                                                             $388,100
Livingston                                                                            $458,300
Ouachita                                                                              $396,400
Rapides                                                                               $336,100
St. Landry                                                                            $382,000
St. Tammany                                                                         $2,110,000
Tangipahoa                                                                            $484,000


                    Tribes                                   Direct Allocations
Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana                                                           $25,000
Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana                                                            $25,000
Jena Band of Choctaw Indians                                                            $25,000
Tunica-Biloxi Indian Tribe of Louisiana                                                 $52,700
                                                           Division of Administration
    Department Contact (For State Government Use Only): Barry Dusse                  barry.dusse@la.gov

                                             Program                                                            Fiscal Stabilization
    Description                                                                      The amount below is 18.2% of the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund allocation
                                                                                     to Louisiana from the U. S. Department of Education (US DOE) and is for
                                                                                     public safety and other government services. Louisiana will use these
                                                                                     funds over a 2-year period, FY10 and FY11. The FY10 projected allocation
                                                                                     is as follows: Secretary of State, $21.8m; Attorney General, $6.2m; Lt.
                                                                                     Governor, $1.2m; State Treasurer, $516k; Agriculture and Forestry,
                                                                                     $12.9m; Culture, Recreation, and Tourism (CRT), $21.8m.

    CFDA Number                                                                      84.397
    Public Contact by Program                                                        To be determined once the legislature finalizes the allocation.
    Amount                                                                                                                                          $128,956,000
                                                                      Amount FY 09                                                                             $0
                                                                      Amount FY 10                                                                        $64.5m
                                                                      Amount FY 11                                                                        $64.5m
    Direct Allocation or Grant Application                                           Direct Allocation. The US DOE will provide the application and detailed
                                                                                     program guidance in the near future.
    Backfill FY10 deficit                                                                                                                          $128,956,000
    Maintenance of Effort                                                                                                                                   None
    Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                       The funds must be obligated by September 30, 2011 (FFY11, SFY12).
    Deadline to Complete Project/Program                                             No specific time for the project to be completed, but the funds must be
    State Spending Authorization Body                                                obligated by September 30, 2011 (FFY11, SFY12).             DOA/Legislature

    Required legislative committee hearing                                                                                                                    None
    Required statutory changes                                                                                                                                None
    Timeline for all authorization and commence spending                             The deadline for the initial application is July 1, 2009. The US DOE will
                                                                                     distribute 67% of the funds within 2 weeks of receipt of an approvable
                                                                                     application (phase-one funds). The US DOE will issue guidelines on the
                                                                                     specific requirement that a state must meet to receive the phase-two
                                                                                     funds, which the U. S. Department of Education anticipates will be
                                                                                     awarded beginning July 1, 2009.
    Restrictions                                                                     The 18.2% of the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund is for public safety and
                                                                                     other government services. Because of the broad language, these funds
                                                                                     are also known as the "flex grant".
Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                                                                                           Department of Education
                      Department Contact                   Patrick Dobard                                225-342-3602                                          patrick.dobard@la.gov
                      (For State Government Use
                      Only)


                                  Program                                   TITLE I                                             IDEA                                       Education Technology                                         Homeless                                                                 Fiscal Stabalization

                      Description                          Authorizes federal aid to local               IDEA is a major federal statute that supports         The primary goal of the Ed Tech program is to      The primary goal of Homeless ARRA funds is to assist       To help restore state funding for FY 2009, 2010, and 2011 support for public elementary,
                                                           educational agencies (LEAs) for the           special education and related services for            improve student academic achievement               schools and districts with providing services to           secondary, and postsecondary education to the greater of the FY 2008 or FY 2009 level.
                                                           education of disadvantaged children.          children with disabilities                            through the use of technology in elementary        homeless children and youth, including meals,
                                                                                                                                                               and secondary schools.                             transportation and other needed services.
                      CFDA Number
                      Public Contact by Program
                      Amount                                                           $177,271,943                                           $201,460,850                                        $12,162,214                                                 $2,600,000                                                                                       $708,548,266
                                       Amount FY 09                                     $88,635,972                                           $100,730,425                                         $6,081,107                                                 $2,600,000                                                                                       $474,727,338
                                       Amount FY 10                                     $88,635,972                                           $100,730,425                                         $6,081,107                                                         $0                                                                                       $233,820,928
                                       Amount FY 11                                              $0                                                     $0                                                 $0                                                         $0                                                                                                 $0
                      Direct Allocation       or   Grant        Direct Allocation to School Districts.                Direct Allocation to School Districts.            50% formula/direct allocation and 50%                       Direct Allocation to School Districts.                                                              Direct Allocation to School Districts.
                      Application                                                                                                                                               competitive grant application
                      Backfill FY10 deficit                   Zero Dollars – funds cannot be used to Zero Dollars – funds cannot be used to decrease Zero Dollars – funds cannot be used to decrease                    Zero Dollars – funds cannot be used to decrease                    Depends on the amount of the cut to MFP in FY 2009-2010 and FY 2010-2011.
                                                                                    decrease deficits.                                       deficits.                                       deficits.                                                          deficits.
                      Maintenance of Effort                As long as the State General Fund Budget      As long as the State General Fund Budget for          As long as the State General Fund Budget for       As long as the State General Fund Budget for FY 2009- As long as the State General Fund Budget for FYs 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 are equal to or
                                                           for FYs 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 are           FYs 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 are equal to or           FYs 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 are equal to or        2010 is equal to or greater than the EOB for FY 2007- greater than the EOB for FY 2007-2008, LDOE will comply with the Maintenance of Effort
                                                           equal to or greater than the EOB for FY       greater than the EOB for FY 2007-2008, LDOE           greater than the EOB for FY 2007-2008, LDOE        2008, LDOE will comply with the Maintenance of Effort Assurance.
                                                           2007-2008, LDOE will comply with the          will comply with the Maintenance of Effort            will comply with the Maintenance of Effort         Assurance.
                                                           Maintenance of Effort Assurance.              Assurance.                                            Assurance.

                      Deadline to Allocate Funds           In accordance with the goals of the           In accordance with the goals of the ARRA, a           To be Determined by Federal Government.            SEA must allocate ARRA awards within 120 days of           The Department strongly encourages governors to award or otherwise commit program
                                                           ARRA, the Department encourages states        state should obligate IDEA recovery funds to                                                             receipt of federal Grant Award Notice (GAN).               funds as soon as possible after receipt of their grant awards.
                                                           to award Title I, Part A recovery funds to    LEAs expeditiously. A state should make the
                                                           the LEAs as quickly as possible,              Part B Grants to States and Preschool Grants
                                                           consistent with prudent management, so        recovery funds that it receives in March
                                                           that LEAs can begin using the funds.          available to LEAs by the end of April, 2009.


                      Deadline to Complete                     Close of Federal FY 2010-11 (Sept 30)                 Close of Federal FY 2010-11 (Sept 30)                Close of Federal FY 2010-11 (Sept 30)                    Close of Federal FY 2009-10 (Sept 30)                                                            Close of Federal FY 2010-11 (Sept 30)
                      Project/Program
                      State Spending Authorization         The Department of Education; this does        If set-aside for discretionary grants applies, the    Competitive Awards Require BESE Approval           Recommended allocations are brought to BESE for            Governor’s Office.
                      Body                                 not require BESE approval.                    awards for this portion of the funds will need                                                           approval.
                                                                                                         BESE approval. The awards for the IDEA Part B
                                                                                                         formula portion do not require BESE approval.


                      Required legislative committee                                              No.                                                    No.                                               No.                                                        No.                                                                       To be Determined by State.
                      hearing
                      Required statutory changes                                                  No.                                                    No.                                               No.                                                        No.                                                                       To be Determined by State.


                      Timeline for all authorization                   To be Determined by Federal            To be Determined by Federal Government.               To be Determined by Federal Government.                  To be Determined by Federal Government.                                                                            To be Determined by State.
                      and commence spending                                          Government.

                      Restrictions                         Must be used in accordance to normal          Must be used in accordance to normal                  Must be used in accordance to normal               Must be used in accordance to normal regulations           •States must use 81.8 percent of SFSF funds for the support of public elementary,
                                                           regulations                                   regulations                                           regulations                                                                                                   secondary, and higher education, and, as applicable, early childhood education programs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and services.
                      Restrictions                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •States must use their allocations to help restore for FY 2009, 2010, and 2011 support for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             public elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education to the greater of the FY 2008
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             or FY 2009 level. The funds needed to restore support for elementary and secondary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             education must be run through the State’s primary elementary and secondary education
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             funding formulae. The funds for higher education must go to IHEs.




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                   Department of Transportation and Development
 Department Contact                     Robin Matthews                        225-379-1206                         robin.matthews@la.gov
 (For State Government Use Only)



                                        Discretionary Grants for Bridges,                                                                                                                     Capital Investment Grant                                Marine
                                                                          Restore/ Repair / Construct                 Transit Capital (Transit         Fixed Guideway Infrastructure                                            Intercity Rail
                Program                  Roads, Transit, Ports and Rail                                                                                                                            Fixed Guideway                                 Transportation
                                                                                  Highways                                   Agencies)                     (Formula) (Railroads)                                               Capital Grants
                                                     Capital                                                                                                                                Infrastructure (Competitive)                          Port Authorities

 Description                            Office of USDOT Secretary             Federal Highway                      Federal Transit Administration      Federal Transit Administration       Federal Transit                   Federal Railroad    Maritime
                                        administered competitive              Administration (FHWA)                (FTA) administered funding          (FTA) administered funding via       Administration (FTA)              Administration      Administration
                                        program for federal-aid eligible      administered funding via             via formula for federal-aid         formula for federal-aid eligible     administered competitive          (FRA)               (MARAD)
                                        road and bridge projects, public      formula for federal-aid              eligible public transit capital     fixed guideway transit capital       program for federal-aid           administered        administered
                                        transit projects, passenger and       eligible road and bridge             projects. In addition, $100         projects. Money will go to New       eligible fixed guideway           competitive         competitive
                                        rail projects, and port               projects. Funding may also           million available through a         Orleans streetcars.                  transit capital projects such     program for         program for
                                        infrastructure projects. Projects     be used for federal-aid              competitive process for capital                                          as New Orleans streetcars.        federal-aid         assistance to
                                        must be at least $20 million. No      eligible passenger and               projects that will reduce                                                 Ferries are eligible as they     eligible high       small shipyards.
                                        state can receive more than           freight rail projects and port       energy consumption or                                                    are considered “fixed             speed                Some LA small
                                        $300 million                          infrastructure projects. In          greenhouse gas emissions.                                                guideways”.                       passenger rail      shipyards may fall
                                                                              addition, $60 million available      LA can compete for any                                                                                     and intercity       within the
                                                                              for ferries through a                formula funds not used by                                                                                  passenger rail      jurisdiction of
                                                                              competitive process. LA can          other states within time limits.                                                                           capital projects.   public port
                                                                              compete for any formula                                                                                                                                             authorities.
                                                                              funds not used by other
                                                                              states within time limits.

 CFDA Number
 Public Contact by Program
 Amount                                                 Up to $300,000,000 $429,859,000 ($299 million for $48,035,000 urban $15,271,000                                      $2,425,000                Up to $750,000,000 $8 billion available           $100 million
                                                                                                  DOTD)                            rural                                                                                                                    available
                         Amount FY 09                                                      $150,451,000
                         Amount FY 10                   Up to $300,000,000                 $279,408,000 $48,035,000 urban $15,271,000                                        $2,425,000       Amount to be applied for not    Amount to be        Amount to be
                                                                                                                                   rural                                                                  yet determined applied for not yet applied for not yet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               determined          determined
                         Amount FY 11
 Direct     Allocation    or   Grant                            Competitive                              Direct                              Direct                               Direct                       Competitive          Competitive          Competitive
 Application
 Backfill FY10 deficit                                                    N/A                             N/A                                    N/A                                 N/A                               N/A                  N/A                  N/A
 Maintenance of Effort                                                    N/A Gov. must certify within 30 days                                   N/A                                 N/A                               N/A                  N/A                  N/A
                                                                                                 of enactment
 Deadline to Allocate Funds                                               N/A                             N/A                                    N/A                                 N/A                               N/A                  N/A                  N/A
 Deadline to Complete                   Priority given to projects that can be                  Within 3 years                                   N/A                                 N/A                               N/A                  N/A                  N/A
 Project/Program                                    completed within 3 years.
 State Spending Authorization Body                                       DOTD DOTD for State and MPOs for                     DOTD (rural) and Local                  Local Government                               DOTD                 DOTD                  DOTD
                                                                                                 suballocation                  Government (urban)
 Required legislative committee                Joint Transportation and Joint Joint Transportation and Joint          Joint Transportation and Joint                                 N/A     Joint Transportation and Joint                 Joint                Joint
 hearing                                                  Budget Committees              Budget Committees                       Budget Committees                                                     Budget Committees          Transportation Transportation and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and Joint Budget         Joint Budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Committees          Committees
 Required statutory changes                                               N/A                               N/A                                 N/A                                  N/A                             N/A                      N/A                 N/A
 Timeline for all authorization and           US DOT Secretary shall publish              DOTD: 120 days from          180 days for first 50% and 12        180 days for first 50% and 12                       30-Sep-10        US DOT has 120       Grants available
 commence spending                         criteria within 90 days; DOTD has apportionment to obligate first           months for second 50% after          months for second 50% after                                             days to issue through 9/30/2010.
                                            180 days to apply after criteria is   50% of funds, and 12 months                        apportionment                        apportionment                                        guidance. Grants If DOTD receives a
                                                                   published. from apportionment to obligate                                                                                                                   available through grant, 180 days to
                                                                                   second 50% of funds. MPOs:                                                                                                                         9/30/2010.              obligate
                                                                                12 months from apportionment
                                                                                      to obligate 100% of funds.

 Restrictions

Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                             Department of Public Safety and Corrections
Department Contact                       Thomas Bickham                            225-342-6739                              tbickham@corrections.state.la.us
(For State Government Use Only)

                                                                                       State Energy Program for                Health Information Technology
              Program                         Fiscal Stabilization (DOA)                                                                                                        Education Title 1 (BESE)
                                                                                      ESCO & River Turbines (DNR)                          (DHH)
Description
CFDA Number
Public Contact by Program
Amount                                                               $65 million                               $34 Million                              $4.3 million                                      $569,854
                         Amount FY 09
                         Amount FY 10
                         Amount FY 11
Direct Allocation or Grant Application                         Direct Allocation                         Direct Allocation                         Direct Allocation                              Direct Allocation

Backfill FY10 deficit                                                      Yes                                       N/A                                         N/A                                            N/A
Maintenance of Effort                                                      N/A                                       N/A                                         N/A                                            N/A
Deadline to Allocate Funds                                           6/30/2009           180 days upon receipt of funding      As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct          As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct
                                                                                                                               allocation, this will be determined by     allocation, this will be determined by the
                                                                                                                                 the responsible state agency (DHH)                 responsible state agency (BESE)

Deadline to Complete                                                     2 years                  18 months to two years.      As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct          As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct
Project/Program                                                                                                                allocation, this will be determined by     allocation, this will be determined by the
                                                                                                                                 the responsible state agency (DHH)                 responsible state agency (BESE)

State Spending Authorization Body        Joint Legislative Committee on the        Joint Legislative Committee on the        Joint Legislative Committee on the         Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget
                                         Budget                                    Budget                                    Budget
Required legislative committee           Joint Legislative Committee on the        Joint Legislative Committee on the        Joint Legislative Committee on the         Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget
hearing                                  Budget                                    Budget                                    Budget
Required statutory changes                                                   N/A                                     N/A                                         N/A                                            N/A
Timeline for all authorization and                                   July 1,2009                               10/1/2009                                 July 1,2009                                    July 1,2009
commence spending
Restrictions


              Program                        Education Special Ed (BESE)           Emergency Food and Shelter (DSS)                    WIA-Adult (LWC)                              Byrne-Jag (LCLE)
Description                                                                                                                                                             Projects desired include:
                                                                                                                                                                        Day Reporting Center $650,000;
                                                                                                                                                                        Reception/Transition Center $1.6 million;
                                                                                                                                                                        Sex Offender Assessment Panel $1.6
                                                                                                                                                                        million; Drug Courst Re-Entry $383,000

CFDA Number
Public Contact by Program
Amount                                                               $5,623,500                                 $500,000                                 $1,090,090                                     $4,133,000
                        Amount FY 09
                        Amount FY 10
                        Amount FY 11
Direct Allocation or Grant Application                         Direct Allocation                          Direct Allocation                          Direct Allocation                            Direct Allocation

Backfill FY10 deficit                                                        N/A                                        N/A                                        N/A                                          N/A
Maintenance of Effort                                                        N/A                                        N/A                                        N/A                                          N/A
Deadline to Allocate Funds                 As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct      As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct      As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct        As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct
                                           allocation, this will be determined by     allocation, this will be determined by     allocation, this will be determined by   allocation, this will be determined by the
                                            the responsible state agency (BESE)          the responsible state agency (DSS)        the responsible state agency (LWC)               responsible state agency (LCLE)

Deadline to Complete                       As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct      As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct      As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct        As DPS&C-CS is not receiving a direct
Project/Program                            allocation, this will be determined by     allocation, this will be determined by     allocation, this will be determined by   allocation, this will be determined by the
                                            the responsible state agency (BESE)          the responsible state agency (DSS)        the responsible state agency (LWC)               responsible state agency (LCLE)

State Spending Authorization Body        Joint Legislative Committee on the         Joint Legislative Committee on the         Joint Legislative Committee on the      Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget
                                         Budget                                     Budget                                     Budget
Required legislative committee           Joint Legislative Committee on the         Joint Legislative Committee on the         Joint Legislative Committee on the      Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget
hearing                                  Budget                                     Budget                                     Budget
Required statutory changes               N/A                                        N/A                                        N/A                                     Yes
Timeline for all authorization and                                   July 1,2009                                July 1,2009                                July 1,2009                                 July 1,2009
commence spending
Restrictions
                                                                                                                                          Department of Social Services
Department Contact                   Ruth Johnson                                                                                                       Ruth.Johnson@dss.state.la.us
(For State Government Use Only)



                                                                                                     Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
               Program                                      Child Welfare                                                                                               SNAP (Food Stamps)                                             Child Support Enforcement                                        Child Care & Development Fund
                                                                                                                    (TANF)
Description                          The Federal Medical Assistance Program (FMAP) 6.2               Increased funding helps the state manage the       Increase in benefit levels and administrative funds of       Repeals the Deficit Reduction Act language that prohibits states      Increased funding for the Child Care and Development Fund
                                     percentage increase for Title IV-E foster care, adoption, and   increase in demand for basic cash assistance to    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly          from using incentive payments to draw down federal funds for the      block grant, which provides federal child care funds to low-
                                     guardianship assistance payments that help support our          families with children when the financial          Food Stamps) can provide quick relief to participants in     purposes of enhancing the state agency’s ability to collect child     income working families to provide high-quality, adequate, and
                                     state’s abused and neglected children and the families that     resources of the family are insufficient to meet   this critical nutrition support program.                     support and distribute the money collected to children and families   affordable child care that is an economic necessity and a critical
                                     care for them.                                                  subsistence needs.                                                                                              will have a substantial positive impact on the many families who      support to the state’s workforce and promotes healthy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     depend on child support assistance to help with basic budgetary       development in children, while also allowing low-income
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     needs and to keep them on the path to self-sufficiency.               parents to secure and retain employment to provide for their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           families.




CFDA Number
Public Contact by Program
Amount                                                                                 $6,798,760                                        $2,400,000                                                  $5,334,260                                                            $24,000,000                                                        $40,014,000
                      Amount FY 09                                                                                                                                                                   $2,000,347
                      Amount FY 10                                                                                                                                                                   $2,667,130
                      Amount FY 11                                                                                                                                                                    $666,783
Direct     Allocation   or Grant                                                           DIRECT                                             DIRECT                                                     DIRECT                                                                  DIRECT                                                              DIRECT
Application
Backfill FY10 deficit                                                                  $3,021,672                                                  $0                                                $2,667,130                                                            $17,000,000                                                                    $0

Maintenance of Effort                                                 FMAP INCREASE OF 6.2%                                                        NO                                                         NO                                           BASE YEAR REQUIREMENT             "SUPPLANTING LANGUAGE" MAY RESTRICT AMOUNT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    OF FUNDING AVAILABLE
Period Available                                                              10/1/08-12/31/10                                    10/1/08-9/30/10            60 days after enactment (enacted 2/17/09) -                                                             10/1/08-9/30/10                                      10/1/08-9/30/11
                                                                                                                                                                                                9/30/10
Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                            12/31/2010                                                  N/A      25-30 DAYS FOR BENEFITS FROM ENACTMENT                                                                            9/30/2010                                                          9/30/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                          (OFF-BUDGET)
                                                                                                                                                          60 DAYS FROM ENACTMENT FOR ADMIN COSTS

Deadline to Complete                                                                  12/31/2010                                                  N/A                                                 9/30/2010                                                              9/30/2010                                                          9/30/2011
Project/Program
State Spending Authorization                                                                   N/A                                     LEGISLATURE                                                           N/A                                                                    N/A                                                                 N/A
Body
Required legislative committee                                                     BA-7 Required                                                   NO                                                         NO                                                        BA-7 Required                                                                    NO
hearing

Required statutory changes                                                                 NO                                         NO                                                                  NO                                                                     NO                                                                  NO
Timeline for all authorization and    IMMEDIATE, MAY HAVE TO RETROACTIVELY CHANGE                 IMMEDIATELY upon caseload increase                                                                IMMEDIATE                                                              IMMEDIATE                                                           IMMEDIATE
commence spending                         CONTRACTS WITH OJJ WHICH WILL REQUIRE OCR                                         qualification
                                                                                    APPROVAL
Restrictions                         Through modernization, the department estimates it Funds are made available only if our                            As required by the ARRA, 75 percent of the amount            Through modernization, the department estimates it will                Rulemaking will be required. Awaiting guidance from
                                     will see a savings in front line staff and operational   caseloads increase at a federally                         available for each fiscal year will be allocated to States   see a savings in front line staff and operational costs.              federal partners on funding restrictions.
                                     costs. These savings from within the department will determined rate                                               based on each State's respective share of households that    These savings from within the department will be
                                                                                                                                                        participate in SNAP for the most recent 12 month period
                                     be redirected from other agencies to OCS to cover                                                                                                                               redirected to cover these reductions in FY 12.
                                                                                                                                                        for which data are available to FNS. These allocations
                                     these reductions in FYs 11 and 12. Additionally,                                                                   will be adjusted for participation in disaster SNAP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Additionally, OFS will absorb cuts by altering services
                                     enhanced training and workforce development                                                                        programs as specified by the ARRA. The remaining 25          through increased waiting lists for child care, increased
                                     efforts will result in savings in the foster care                                                                  percent will be allocated to States based on the increase    cost sharing in child care and through business re-
                                     program and increased adoptions which will in turn                                                                 in the number of households that participate over the        engineering of service delivery to produce greater
                                     be reinvested in OCS.                                                                                              most recent 12 month period for which data are               efficiencies.
                                                                                                                                                        available, and adjusted for participation in disaster
                                                                                                                                                        programs.
               Program                              Vocational Rehabilitation                               Disability Determinations                           Homelessness Prevention Fund                                            Independent Living                             Independent Living/Independent Living Older Blind
Description                          Provides comprehensive vocational rehabilitation services for Increased administrative funds to determine if     Increase funding for `Homeless Assistance Grants', for    Provides comprehensive independent living services for persons        Provides comprehensive independent living services for persons
                                     persons with disabilities.                                    individuals are disabled within the Title II/XVI   the emergency shelter grants program for homelessness with disabilities.                                                        with older, blind persons.
                                                                                                   requirements for provision of benefits to          prevention activities to eligible community organizations
                                                                                                   disabled individuals under Title II (Disability    under the McKinney Act.
                                                                                                   Insurance Benefits) and Title XVI
                                                                                                   (Supplemental Security Income).



CFDA Number
Public Contact by Program
Amount                                                                               $9,895,321                                                TBD       $26,576,197 (DSS administers only $13,541,639                                                                 $242,914                                                          $483,554
                                                                                                                                                         with the balance going directly to the parishes)

                      Amount FY 09
                      Amount FY 10                                                   $4,947,661                                                                                                                                                                        $121,457                                                          $241,777
                      Amount FY 11                                                   $4,947,661                                                                                                                                                                        $121,457                                                          $241,777
Direct     Allocation   or Grant                                                         DIRECT                                             DIRECT                                                       DIRECT                                                          DIRECT                                                            DIRECT
Application
Backfill FY10 deficit                                                              $1,866,667                                                 $0                                                  $0                                                                  $121,457                                                  $241,777
Maintenance of Effort                                                                      $0                                                 NO                                                 NO                                            requires match of $26,990 (10%)          requires match 10% (in kind put up by providers)
Period available                                                             10/1/08-12/31/10                                            unknown           60 days from enactment (enacted 2/17/09) -                                                       10/1/08-12/31/10                                           10/1/08-12/31/10
                                                                                                                                                                                             9/30/11
Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                            9/30/2010                                         9/30/2010        60% WITHIN 2YRS FROM DATE AVAILABLE AND                                                                      9/30/2010                                                         9/30/2010
                                                                                                                                                            100% WITHIN 3 YRS FROM DATE AVAILABLE

Deadline to Complete                                                                 12/31/2010                                         9/30/2010                                                    9/30/2011                                                       12/31/2010                                                        12/31/2010
Project/Program
State Spending Authorization                                                             N/A                                                   N/A                                                           N/A                                                             N/A                                                               N/A
Body
Required legislative committee                                                            NO                                                    NO                                                            NO                                                                 NO                                                             NO
hearing
Required statutory changes                                                                NO                                                NO                                                          NO                                                                       NO                                                             NO
Timeline for all authorization and                                               IMMEDIATE                                            IMMEDIATE                                Rulemaking will be required.
commence spending
Backfill FY10 deficit              The vocational rehabilitation program will reduce                                                                                                                                The backfill in SFY 2010 does not fully restore funding that      The backfill in SFY 2010 does not fully restore funding
transition/policy changes          client services to new consumers coming in, and our                                                                                                                              will be cut in SFY 2010. Therefore the remaining reduction        that will be cut in SFY 2010. Therefore the remaining
                                   first priority will be to the continuation of services to                                                                                                                        will cause IL programs to impact services to individuals          reduction will cause IL programs to impact services to
                                   consumers with approved IPEs. Plans will be written                                                                                                                              currently receiving personal care attendant services and          individuals currently receiving personal care attendant
                                   for shorter periods of time not to exceed 6 months,                                                                                                                              other support services that assist in keeping individuals         services and other support services that assist in
                                   per availability of funding. All Order of Selection                                                                                                                              from being institutionalized.                                     keeping individuals from being institutionalized.
                                   Groups (I – V) will most likely be closed.
                                   If necessary, a layoff plan will be developed and the                                                                                                                            These consumers will be referred to other programs as             These consumers will be referred to other programs as
                                   agency will request the ability to retain the TO in any                                                                                                                          feasible for consideration of services (i.e. DHH ), although      feasible for consideration of services (i.e. DHH ),
                                   layoff plan.                                                                                                                                                                     it is anticipated this will be very limited. Once this one-       although it is anticipated this will be very limited. Once
                                   Savings will be achieved through consolidating                                                                                                                                   time stimulus funding is no longer available, there will be       this one-time stimulus funding is no longer available,
                                   and/or eliminating smaller area offices and other                                                                                                                                an increase in the numbers not being able to be served in         there will be an increase in the numbers not being able
                                   facilities as necessary to absorb the loss of these one                                                                                                                          the above program.                                                to be served in the above program.
                                   time funds.
                                   Contracts which are not absolutely critical to serving
                                   the consumer will be cut or reduced.
                                   Supplies and Travel - non-essential travel will be
                                   eliminated and priority will be given to field staff that
                                   must travel to accommodate consumers who cannot
                                   access services due to office closures.



Restrictions                                                                                               to be used to fill DDS positions only The funds under this program are intended to target
                                                                                                                                                      individuals and families who would be homeless but for
                                                                                                                                                      this assistance. The funds will provide for a variety of
                                                                                                                                                      assistance, including: short-term or medium-term rental
                                                                                                                                                      assistance and housing relocation and stabilization
                                                                                                                                                      services, including such activities as mediation, credit
                                                                                                                                                      counseling, security or utility deposits, utility payments,
                                                                                                                                                      moving cost assistance, and case management.
               Program               Homelessness Prevention Fund                                   Homelessness Prevention provided directly to parishes:
Description                                                                      BATON ROUGE                                                                 $1,734,745
Amount                                                             $13,541,639   HOUMA-TERREBONNE                                                              $507,405
Direct     Allocation   or Grant          Direct, pass through to communities    JEFFERSON PARISH                                                            $1,469,179
Application
Backfill FY10 deficit                                              $1,866,667    LAFAYETTE                                                                     $672,893
Maintenance of Effort                                                      $0    NEW ORLEANS                                                                 $7,578,168
Period available                                                                 SHREVEPORT                                                                  $1,072,168
Deadline to Allocate Funds
Deadline to Complete
Project/Program
State Spending Authorization
Body
Required legislative committee
hearing
Required statutory changes
Timeline for all authorization and
commence spending
Backfill FY10 deficit
transition/policy changes
Restrictions
Department Contact                    David Fruge                                                                                                             david.fruge@la.gov
(For State Government Use Only)



               Program                                                                  FFO (NOAA)                                                                          Army Corps*
Description                           NOAA is reviewing proposals for coastal and marine habitat restoration projects under the American Recovery &           On April 28, the Corps released a listing of
                                      Reinvestment Act of 2009 as part of the current effort to jump start the economy. NOAA requested proposals for a        Civil Works projects ($4.6 billion nationally)
                                      variety of coastal and marine habitat restoration projects. The 30-day solicitation period ended April 6, 2009. NOAA    to be completed by the Corps with ARRA
                                      will give high priority to projects that can begin within 90 days of the award start date and be completed within 12-   funds. Funding for coastal protection and
                                      18 months. Up to $170 million may be made available; typical awards are expected to range between $1.5 million          restoration projects and related studies in
                                      and $10 million. Louisiana's Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority submitted 4 proposals totaling about          LA totaled about $12.4 million; OCPR is
                                      $18.7 million to NOAA (through the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources) on April 3. Awaiting NOAA's               consulting with the Corps to determine
                                      decision on who will receive the awards.                                                                                State cost share required for those
                                                                                                                                                              projects.

CFDA Number                                                                                                                                        11.463




Public Contact by Program                                                         Gregory Grandy (225-342-6412; email: gregory.grandy@la.gov)
Amount                                                                                                                                   TBD
                         Amount FY 09                                                                                             $18,746,000
                         Amount FY 10                                                                                                                                  State match required; amt. TBD
                         Amount FY 11
Direct Allocation or Grant Application Competitive; applications due April 6, 2009                                                                                      N/A; work to be done by Corps

Backfill FY10 deficit                 No                                                                                                                                                                No
Maintenance of Effort                 Work should begin within 90 days of grant award                                                                                                                  N/A

Deadline to Allocate Funds            N/A                                                                                                                                                              N/A



Deadline to Complete                  Most awards to have maximum performance period of 24 months; projects with 12-18 month completion                                      N/A
Project/Program                       time will be given priority .
State Spending Authorization Body     Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA); House and Senate Nat. Resources and Env. CPRA, legislative committees shown at
                                      Committees; House and Senate Transp., Hwys, and Public Works Committees                                        left if State match required
 Required legislative committee       As part of normal approval process for Annual Plan for Coastal Ecosystem Restoration and Hurricane As part of normal approval process for
 hearing                              Protection (Annual Plan)                                                                                                       Annual Plan
Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
Required statutory changes           None                                                               None
Timeline for all authorization and   No sooner than May 1, 2009                                          N/A
commence spending
Restrictions                         N/A (standard Dept. of Commerce terms and conditions)                N/A
                                                                                             *State match TBD
                                                                                             *State match TBD




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                   Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
   Department Contact                       Maryann Tumino                           225-333-2334                               mtumino@OHSEP.Louisiana.gov
   (For State Government Use Only)

                                                                                        Statewide Communications
                 Program                     Urban Search and Rescue (USAR)                                                         Emergency Food & Shelter
                                                                                             Interoperability
   Description
   CFDA Number
   Public Contact by Program
   Amount                                                             $3,000,000                                $55,850,000                            $1,189,000
                            Amount FY 09
                            Amount FY 10
                            Amount FY 11
   Direct Allocation or Grant Application          5% for program administration                        Competitive Grants

   Backfill FY10 deficit                                                      N/A                                        N/A                                   N/A
   Maintenance of Effort                        No grant shall exceed $15,000,000        Applicants must show that project
                                                                                            would not be done w/o federal
                                                                                         funding; can start quickly and that
                                                                                        federal funding will account for less
                                                                                                 than 80% of project's costs
   Deadline to Allocate Funds                       180 days after the date of the                               9/30/2010
                                                           enactment of this Act
   Deadline to Complete                                                       N/A                                       N/A
   Project/Program
   State Spending Authorization Body            Joint Legislative Committee on the       Joint Legislative Committee on the
                                                                           Budget                                   Budget
   Required legislative committee                                        Yes, JLCB                                Yes, JLCB
   hearing




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                   La. Agriculture Finance Authority
                          Department Contact                 Carrie L. Castille
                          (For State Government Use Only)
                          (225) 922-1251                     ccastille@ldaf.state.la.us
                                       Program                                          Aquaculture Grants
                          Description                        To assist aquaculture producers for losses associated with high feed input
                                                             costs during the 2008 calendar year.




                          CFDA Number                        10.086.
                          Public Contact by Program          Dr. Carrie Castille
                          Amount
                                                Amount FY 09                                                                 $2,412,560
                                                Amount FY 10
                                                Amount FY 11
                          Direct Allocation or Grant                                                                               Grant
                          Backfill FY10 deficit
                          Maintenance of Effort
                          Deadline to Allocate Funds
                          Deadline to Complete
                          Project/Program
                          State Spending Authorization           Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry - Louisiana Agriculure
                          Body                                                                                        Finance Authority
                          Required legislative committee                                                                              no
                          hearing
                          Required statutory changes                                                                                  no
                          Timeline for all authorization and
                          commence spending
                          Restrictions




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                         Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement
 Department Contact                       Kathy Guidry                                                                                  katheg@lcle.la.gov
 (For State Government Use Only)


               Program                            Byrne/JAG            VOCA - Compensation                   VOCA - Assistance                        VAWA
 Description                                                    Victim Compensation Formula Grants   Victim Assistance Formula Grants   Violence Against Women
 CFDA Number
 Public Contact by Program
 Amount
                          Amount FY 09
                          Amount FY 10
                          Amount FY 11
 Direct Allocation or Grant Application

 Backfill FY10 deficit
 Maintenance of Effort
 Deadline to Allocate Funds
 Deadline to Complete
 Project/Program
 State Spending Authorization Body
 Required legislative committee
 hearing
 Required statutory changes
 Timeline for all authorization and
 commence spending
 Restrictions




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                             Department of Agriculture and Forestry
                          Department Contact                  Dale Hunt
                          (For State Government Use Only)
                          225-952-8089                        dale.hunt@ldaf.state.la.us
                                       Program                                       Commodity assistance/TEFAP
                          Description                         The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) provides funds for the
                                                              purchase of commodities for food banks to refill emptying shelves and
                                                              funds to assist with administrative functions. 100% of administrative funds
                                                              are passed thru from LDAF to the food banks receiving the purchased
                                                              commodities.
                          CFDA Number                        1/10/1900
                          Public Contact by Program          Mike St. Romain 225-922-1313
                          Amount                                                                                               $2,342,939
                                                Amount FY 09 $1,951,797 consisting of $1,560,655 for food purchases and $391,142 for
                                                                                                                      administrative funds
                                                Amount FY 10                                               $391,142 administrative funds
                                                Amount FY 11                                                                            $0
                          Direct Allocation or Grant                                                      Direct, pass-thru to Food Banks
                          Backfill FY10 deficit
                          Maintenance of Effort                                                                                        N/A
                          Deadline to Allocate Funds         FY 2009 funds obligated by 09/30/2009; Administrative funds for FY 2010
                                                             obligated by 09/30/2010
                          Deadline to Complete               FY 2009 Food funds - 09/30/2009; FY 2009 & FY 2010 Administrative funds -
                          Project/Program                    09/30/2010
                          State Spending Authorization                                             Joint Legislative Committee on Budget
                          Body
                          Required legislative committee         BA-7 Approved by Jt. Legislative Committee on the Budget on 05/11/09.
                          hearing
                          Required statutory changes                                                                                   N/A
                          Timeline for all authorization and                Federal funds were available on 03/16/2009 for expenditure
                          commence spending
                          Restrictions                       TEFAP ARRA funds must be tracked separately from regular TEFAP funds;
                                                             TEFAP ARRA funds require a separate financial report due 10 days after the
                                                             end of the quarter beginning 07/10/2009; 40% of funds must be passed-
                                                             through or expended on behalf of emergency feeding organizations (EFO)
                                                             and states must match any funds they retain or distribute to organizations
                                                             that are not EFOs. *Note - LDAF passes 100% of food and administrative
                                                             funds to EFOs and therefore has no matching requirements.
Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                         Department Contact (For State Government Use         225-255-8513/225-319-4710
                         Only): MAJ Donald Johnson


                                              Program                            Maintenance and Repair of National
                         Description                                          Grants awarded for National Guard facilities in
                                                                              order to (a) achieve energy efficiency goals and
                                                                              (b) make repairs necessary as a result of
                                                                              Hurricanes Gustav/Ike or that improve quality
                                                                              of life.
                         CFDA Number                                          12.401
                         Public Contact by Program                            LTC William Aldridge 225-255-8513
                         Amount                                                                                     $8,673,384
                                                              Amount FY 09
                                                              Amount FY 10
                                                              Amount FY 11
                         Direct Allocation or Grant Application                                  Grant Application Awarded
                         Backfill FY10 deficit                                                                           None
                         Maintenance of Effort                                                                             N/A
                         Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                                9/30/2009
                         Deadline to Complete Project/Program              No specific date given; DoD prefers as much
                                                                           work completed by 6/30/09 as possible.
                         State Spending Authorization Body                                              State Legislative / JLB
                         Required legislative committee hearing                                                       JLB / IEB
                         Required statutory changes                                                                      None
                         Timeline for all authorization and commence       Requesting legislative action to establish a state
                         spending                                          capital budget that will allow work to begin
                                                                           FY09 that will be repaid in full by program
                                                                           reimbursements
                         Restrictions                                      Davis Bacon and Buy American may apply. Any
                                                                           details?

                                                                           Facility Details




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of February 19, 2009
                         DFAC Bldg 1107 Camp Beauregard - #322C50       Make improvements to achieve energy           $625,000
                         Renovation to Bldg 1004 Camp Beauregard -      efficiency goals
                                                                        Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                         #22050
                         Renovation to Bldg 1005, Camp Beauregard,      efficiency goals
                                                                        Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                         #22050                                         efficiency goals
                         Renovation to Bldg 1008, Camp Beauregard,      Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                         #22C50                                         efficiency goals
                         Renovation to Bldg 1012, Camp Beauregard,      Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                         #22C50                                         efficiency goals
                         Renovation to Bldg 1014, Camp Beauregard,      Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                         #22C50                                         efficiency goals
                         Female Barracks, Camp Beauregard, #22C50       Make improvements to achieve energy           $70,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Upgrade Street Lighting, Camp Beauregard,      Make improvements to achieve energy           $660,000
                         #22C50                                         efficiency goals
                         Energy Audit on CB Adm Bldgs, Camp Beauregard, Make improvements to achieve energy            $7,250
                         #22C50                                         efficiency goals
                         Renovation to UTES-M, Minden, #22B91           Make improvements to achieve energy           $30,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Renovation to Bldg 0403, #22C75                Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Renovation to Bldg 0404, #22C75                Make improvements to achieve energy           $450,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Renovation to FMS # 6, Jena, #22B35            Make improvements to achieve energy           $30,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Renovation to FMS # 3, Monroe, #22B95          Make improvements to achieve energy           $30,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Renovation to FMS # 2, Ruston, 22C67           Make improvements to achieve energy           $30,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Renovation to FMS # 1, Shreveport, #22C70      Make improvements to achieve energy           $30,000
                                                                        efficiency goals
                         Repair Hurricane Gustav Damage, Various        Safety and quality of life repairs and       $4,011,134
                                                                        replacements to key facilities affected by
                                                                        Hurricanes Gustav/Ike
                         TOTAL                                                                                       $8,673,384
                         TOTAL                                                                                       $16,721,768




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of February 19, 2009
                                                                                 Louisiana Housing Finance Agency
Department Contact                       Annie Clark                                      (225)763-8700ext.131                         aclark@lhfa.state.la.us
(For State Government Use Only)

                                                                                                                                    Neighborhood Stabilization Competitive
              Program                            Housing Credit Gap Funding                 Neighborhood Stabilization Program
                                                                                                                                                    Program
Description                              The Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP)      The purpose of the Neighborhood            The purpose of the Neighborhood
                                         provides grant funding for capital investment Stabilization Program is to address home Stabilization Program is to address home
                                         in Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)      foreclosure and abandonment and for the foreclosure and abandonment and for the
                                         projects via a formula-based allocation to    provision of capacity building and support provision of capacity building and support
                                         State housing credit allocation agencies.     for NSP grantees.                          for NSP grantees.

CFDA Number
Public Contact by Program
Amount                                                                    $39,383,397                                 $17.5 Million
                         Amount FY 09
                         Amount FY 10
                         Amount FY 11
Direct Allocation or Grant Application                                Direct Allocation                           Grant Application                       Competitive Application

Backfill FY10 deficit
Maintenance of Effort
Deadline to Allocate Funds                75% must be allocated within 1 year of Bill’s    Funds must be allocated within 1 year of
                                                                  date of enactment                         Bill’s date of enactment
Deadline to Complete                      75% complete within 2 years of Bill’s date of    Expend at least 50 percent of each grant
Project/Program                                  enactment and 100% within 3 years          within 2 years and 100 percent within 3
                                                                                                                years of grant award
State Spending Authorization Body                                                LHFA                                     Unknown
Required legislative committee                                                     No
hearing




   Federal Stimulus Tracking
   Louisiana Cabinet Departments
   Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                                                                         Labor and Workforce Commission
            Department Contact                       Bennett Soulier                             225-342-3110                               bsoulier@lwc.la.gov
            (For State Government Use Only)


                                                       Unemployment Compensation
                                                                                                 UI benefits of $25 a week for all UI                                                   Distribution for UI Coverage
                          Program                     (EUC) Program Extension for 20                                                  Distribution for UI Administration                                                             WIA Youth Training
                                                                                                              recipients                                                                 Expansion Administration
                                                                  weeks
            Description                              Extends unemployment benefits up to               Increase unemployment weekly Funds will be used for administration                                                        Job training, job search assistance,
                                                                     20 additional weeks                        benefit amount by $25 of unemployment insurance program                                                            basic skills training , and summer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                employment for youth ages 16-24.
            CFDA Number
            Public Contact by Program
            Amount                                                  All federal pass through                    All federal pass through                               $6,574,000                       $0 to $98.4 million                              $20,012,271
                                     Amount FY 09                                          $0                                          $0                                        $0                                                                       $4,000,000
                                     Amount FY 10                                          $0                                          $0                                        $0                                                                      $16,012,271
                                     Amount FY 11                                          $0                                          $0                                        $0                                                                                 $0
            Direct Allocation or Grant Application                          Direct allocation                           Direct allocation                         Direct allocation                       Direct allocation                          Direct allocation

            Backfill FY10 deficit                                                      n/a                                  n/a                                               N/A                                  N/A                                           n/a
            Maintenance of Effort                    Program admin funded by distribution Program admin funded by distribution                                                N/A Program admin funded by distribution                           Included in funding
                                                                    for UI administration.               for UI administration.                                                                  for UI administration.
            Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                N/A                                  N/A                                                N/A                                  N/A                                 April 18, 2009
            Deadline to Complete                                                      N/A                                  N/A                                                N/A     Recovery Act requires permanent                                     6/30/2011
            Project/Program                                                                                                                                                                              change in law
            State Spending Authorization Body                                            N/A                                        N/A                       BA-7 to Joint budget                          Legislature         BA-7 to Joint budget April 17, 2009
            Required legislative committee                                               N/A                                        N/A                                        Yes                                  Yes                                         n/a
            hearing
            Required statutory changes                                                   N/A                                        N/A                                        N/A                                     Yes                                         n/a
            Timeline for all authorization and                                           N/A                                        N/A                                        N/A                      Prior to 10/1/2010                                         n/a
            commence spending
            Restrictions                                La.'s unemployment rate is still too                                                                                           Must permanently changes La. UI law
                                                                    low to qualify for this.

                                                                                                 Wagner-Peyser program, Business CSBG (pass through to community
                          Program                         WIA Dislocated Workers                                                                                                                WIA Re-entry                         WIA Adult Training
                                                                                                       and Career Centers                action agencies)
            Description                               To provided retraining and job search        To cover the cost of state merit staff         Employment and training, rental                                      n/a Job training in occupational skills, basic
                                                     assistance to individuals laid off due to      located in Career Solutions Centers         assistance, food & nutrition, head                                           skills training, soft skills training, job
                                                     industry decline and unlikely to return            throughout the state to provide         start for families with income at or                                             search assistance, for adults with
                                                                     to previous occupation.       employment and training services to                          below poverty level.                                             income at or below poverty level.
                                                                                                       job seekers and business and re-
                                                                                                   employment service to UI claimants.

            CFDA Number
            Public Contact by Program
            Amount                                                               $9,258,530                                  $5,191,488                               $23.5 million                                                                       $8,703,290
                                     Amount FY 09                                $1,000,000                                          $0                                                                                                                   $1,000,000
                                     Amount FY 10                                $8,258,530                                  $5,191,488                                                                                                                   $7,703,290
                                     Amount FY 11                                          $0                                                                                                                                                                       $0
            Direct Allocation or Grant Application                          Direct allocation                           Direct allocation                         Direct allocation                                                                  Direct allocation

            Backfill FY10 deficit                                                        n/a                                        n/a                                        n/a                                                                               n/a
            Maintenance of Effort                                        Included in funding                        Included in funding                        Included in funding                                                               Included in funding
            Deadline to Allocate Funds                                        April 18, 2009                                      None                                       None                                                                     April 18, 2009
            Deadline to Complete                                                 6/30/2011                                  6/30/2011                                  9/30/2011                                                                          6/30/2011
            Project/Program
            State Spending Authorization Body           BA-7 to Joint budget April 17, 2009         BA-7 to Joint budget April 17, 2009                       BA-7 to Joint budget                                              BA-7 to Joint budget April 17, 2009
            Required legislative committee                                              n/a                                       None                                       None                                                                               n/a
            hearing
            Required statutory changes                                                    n/a                                        n/a                                        n/a                                                                                n/a
            Timeline for all authorization and                                            n/a                                        n/a                                        n/a                                                                                n/a
            commence spending
            Restrictions

Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of 7/10/2010
                                                          Office of Community Development
                                Department Contact                       Carol Newton - 225/342-7412
                                (For State Government Use Only)          carol.newton@la.gov


                                               Program                            Non-Entitlement CDBG                Entitlement CDBG*
                                Description                              To provide CDBG funding for
                                                                         communities for activities that will
                                                                         create jobs, promote economic
                                                                         recovery, and invest in infrastructure.
                                                                         Is going to be used for 18 local street
                                                                         projects.
                                CFDA Number                                                                 14.255
                                Public Contact by Program                           Carol Newton - 225/342-7412
                                Amount                                                                 $7,474,898                   $9,031,959
                                                         Amount FY 09
                                                         Amount FY 10
                                                         Amount FY 11                                $7,474,898
                                Direct Allocation or Grant Application                          Direct Allocation              Direct Allocation

                                Backfill FY10 deficit                                                           $0                           $0
                                Maintenance of Effort                    Action Plan Amendment,
                                                                         Documentation, Awarding grants,
                                                                         Administering grants
                                Deadline to Allocate Funds               None, but goal is to have projects bid
                                                                         and under contract by 120 of state's
                                                                         grant agreement with HUD
                                Deadline to Complete                     Funds must be expended by 9/30/2012
                                Project/Program
                                State Spending Authorization Body                                               DOA
                                Required legislative committee                                                   No
                                hearing
                                Required statutory changes               Must use supplies and materials made
                                                                         in USA, must report to HUD quarterly,
                                                                         state and grantees must register with
                                                                         Central Contractors Registry, must
                                                                         track job creation and retention for
                                                                         infrastructure projects.

                                Timeline for all authorization and       State authorized to incur costs for
                                commence spending                        planning on 5/5/09. Action Plan
                                                                         Amendment due to HUD 6/29/09.
                                Restrictions                             Certain CDBG activities not eligible
                                                                         under ARRA.

                                        CDBG directly allocated to the following entitlement communities:
                                Alexandria                                                           $177,284
                                Baton Rouge                                                        $1,134,353
                                Bossier City                                                         $142,026
                                Houma-Terrebonne                                                     $331,797
                                Jefferson Parish                                                       $96,739
                                Kenner                                                               $180,197
                                Lafayette                                                            $440,016
                                Lake Charles                                                         $230,510
                                Monroe                                                               $234,964
                                New Orleans                                                        $4,955,750
                                Shreveport                                                           $701,081
                                Slidell                                                                $53,892
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                                St. Tammany                                                          $297,377
Louisiana Cabinet Departments   Thibodeaux                                                             $55,973
Current as of F7/10/2010
                                                                                Wildlife and Fisheries
                       Department Contact                                               Janice Lansing jlansing@wlf.la.gov
                       (For State Government Use Only)
                                                                                         Wynnette Kees   wkees@wlf.la.gov
                                                                    Dept of Commerce - Coastal and         Dept of Commerce - Coastal and
                                     Program
                                                                      Marine Habitat Restoration             Marine Habitat Restoration
                       Description                              "Shovel-ready" projects that meet        "Shovel-ready" projects that meet
                                                                NOAA's mission to restore marine and     NOAA's mission to restore marine
                                                                coastal habitats and result in           and coastal habitats and result in
                                                                stimulation of economies. Proposed       stimulation of economies. Proposed
                                                                use of funds: Aquatic vegetation         use of funds: Oyster seed ground
                                                                control.                                 enhancement.
                       CFDA Number                                                            11.463                                11.463
                       Public Contact by Program                           Tim Morrison 225-765-2333              Jim Hanifen 225-765-2935
                       Amount                                                             $4,835,975                            $1,600,000
                                                Amount FY 09                                      $0                                    $0
                                                Amount FY 10                              $4,835,975                            $1,600,000
                                                Amount FY 11
                                                Amount FY 12
                       Direct Allocation or Grant Application                             Competitive                          Competitive

                       Backfill FY10 deficit                                                       No                                   No
                       Maintenance of Effort                                                    None                                 None
                       Deadline to Allocate Funds                                                   ?                                    ?
                       Deadline to Complete                                               None stated                          None stated
                       Project/Program
                       State Spending Authorization Body                   JLCB upon approval of grant          JLCB upon approval of grant
                       Required legislative committee                                              No                                   No
                       hearing
                       Required statutory changes                                                  No                                   No
                       Timeline for all authorization and                                 None stated                          None stated
                       commence spending
                       Restrictions                                                             None                                  None




Federal Stimulus Tracking
Louisiana Cabinet Departments
Current as of F7/10/2010
                                                                 STIMULUS TRACKING
                                                              FEDERAL              STATE
No.                 DOCUMENT RECEIVED                                                                                           DETAILS
                                                         DEPARTMENT/AGENCY   DEPARTMENT/AGENCY
1     OMB Guidance to Federal Agencies                          N/A                 N/A          Provides guidance to federal agencies administering funds
2     State Revolving Fund Capital Assistance Grants            EPA                 DEQ          Need to apply by submitting intended use plan, projects, & loan
                                                                                                 details when funds become available
3      House Committee on Transportation &                 FHWA, FTA, EPA        DOTD, DEQ       Governor needs to certify & provide information by 4/4/09 for
      Infrastructure Additional Accountability Letter                                            FHWA, FTA, and EPA funds.
4     State Energy Program Formula Grants Guidance              EPA                 DNR          Provides application process for states

5      Water Planning 604b Grants Guidance                      EPA                DEQ           Provides guidance and application process for states
6      Federal Register Notice for coastal restoration         NOAA                GOCA          Provides contact info and application process
      grant
7      Announcement of federal funding opportunity             NOAA                GOCA          Provides detailed guidance
      coastal restoration grant
 8     Diesel Emissions Reductions Act work plan                EPA                 DEQ          Provides La. DEQ's work plan
 9     Clean water state revolver fund guidance                 EPA                 DEQ          Provides final guidance
10     Abandoned underground storage tanks guidance             EPA                 DEQ          Provides final guidance
      from EPA
11     Abandoned underground storage tanks workplan             EPA                 DEQ          Provides La. DEQ's work plan

12    Certification for all ARRA funds                                                           Governor Jindal
13    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program rules          USDA                 DSS          SNAP Provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
      memo
14
15
16
                                                                                       Competitive Grants
      FEDERAL DEPARTMENT/AGENCY                PROGRAM                   DESCRIPTION           TOTAL AVAILABLE                 ELIGIBLE ENTITY                                  LA ENTITY SLATED TO APPLY

Environmental Protection Agency   Hazardous Substance Superfund                                  $600 million    State and local governments
                                  State and Tribal Assistance –                                  $100 million    State and local governments,
                                  Brownfields Project                                                            universities and colleges and industry

                                  State and Tribal Assistance – Diesel                           $300 million    State or local agencies, or port
                                  Emission Reduction Act                                                         authority, with jurisdiction over
                                                                                                                 transportation or air quality, nonprofit
                                                                                                                 organizations that provide pollution
                                                                                                                 reduction or educational services to
                                                                                                                 those with diesel fleets
Department of Agriculture         Aquaculture Assistance Grant                                    $50 million    Aquaculture producers                       Louisiana Agriculture Finance Authority (LAFA); Applications
                                  Program                                                                                                                    Submitted 4/29/09
                                  Forest Service – Wildland Fire                                 $500 million    State and local governments                 no
                                  Management Watershed Program

                                  NRCS Watershed and Flood                                       $290 million    Local water/flood authorities
                                  Prevention Operations Program
                                  NRCS Watershed Rehabilitation                                  $50 million     Local water/flood authorities
                                  Program
                                  Rural Broadband Program grants                                 $2.5 billion    Rural broadband providers, medical
                                  and loans                                                                      providers and educational entities

                                  Single Family Housing Program                                       $



                                  Rural Business Program grants and                              $150 million    unspecified
                                  loans
                                  Rural Community Facilities Program                             $130 million    Public entities, non-profits, tribal
                                  grants and loans                                                               governments
                                  Rural Utility Grant Program                                    $1.38 billion   Rural utility providers
                                  Rural Water and Waste Disposal                                  1.38 billion   State and local governments, non-
                                  Program                                                                        profits, tribal governments
Department of Commerce            Economic Development Assistance                                $150 million    Public entities, non-profit corporations,   LED $1-3 million
                                  Programs                                                                       tribal governments and universities

                                  National Institute of Standards and                            $180 million    Institutions of higher education and
                                  Technology                                                                     nonprofit organizations
                                  NTIA State Broadband Data and                                  $350 million    State and local agencies, nonprofit
                                  Development Grant Program                                                      organizations, or an independent
                                                                                                                 commission which includes membership
                                                                                                                 from one State agency


                                  NTIA Technology Opportunities                                  $450 million    State, local and tribal governments,       Dept. of Education in conjunction with the State Broadband
                                  Program (TOP) Broadband                                                        health care providers, schools, libraries, Committee
                                                                                                                 police departments, and community-
                                                                                                                 based non-profit organizations
                                                                                                          Competitive Grants
      FEDERAL DEPARTMENT/AGENCY                        PROGRAM                              DESCRIPTION               TOTAL AVAILABLE                  ELIGIBLE ENTITY                                 LA ENTITY SLATED TO APPLY

Department of Education                   Higher Education – Teacher Quality                                            $100 million      State education agencies, institutions of
                                          Enhancement Grants                                                                              higher education and local education
                                                                                                                                          agencies
                                          Independent Living Programs –                                                 $87.5 million     Nonprofit organizations
                                          Independent Living Centers
                                          Innovation Fund                                                               $650 million      Local education agencies, or                Dept. of Education
                                                                                                                                          partnerships between a nonprofit
                                                                                                                                          organization and local education
                                                                                                                                          agencies or a consortium of schools
                                          Institute of Education Sciences                                               $250 million      Public or private organizations, state
                                                                                                                                          data coordinator
                                          State Incentive Grants-"Race to the                                           $4.35billion      States                                      Dept. of Education
                                          Top" Program
                                          National School Lunch Program                                                 $100million       Previously approved programs in             Dept. of Education
                                                                                                                                          National School Lunch program
                                          Teacher Quality Enhancement                                                   $100million       State education agencies, institutions of   Dept. of Education
                                                                                                                                          higher education and local education
                                                                                                                                          agencies
                                          Teacher Incentive Fund                                                        $200 million      Local education agencies, nonprofit         Dept. of Education
                                                                                                                                          organizations, state education agencies,
                                                                                                                                          and other organizations and/or agencies
Department of Energy                      Energy Efficiency and Conservation                                            $400 million      States, tribes, counties, cities            DOTD (applying for 2 grants)
                                          – Block and Competitive Grant

                                          Advanced Battery Manufacturing                                                 $2 billion       Manufacturers or technology developers
                                          Grants
Department of Health and Human Services   Children and Families Services                                                $50 million       Nonprofit organizations
                                          Programs
                                          Head Start and Early Head Start                                               $2.1 billion      Head Start grantees
                                          Health Resources and Services          Funding available tomeet increased      $2 billion       Community health centers                    N/A. Money is granted to community-based entities.
                                          Administration Community Health        demand, establish new sites,
                                          Centers                                construction, equipment and health
                                                                                 information systems. Also to
                                                                                 address health care workforce
                                                                                 shortages.

                                          National Institutes of Health                                                 $500 million      Health professions, providers
                                          National Center for Research
                                          Resources
                                          National Institutes of Health Office                                          $800 million      Short-term grant applicants
                                          of the Director
                                          Prevention and Wellness Fund                                                   $1 billion       Entities eligible under Public Health
                                                                                                                                          Service Act
                                          Health Resources and Services                                                       $500 million Health professionals, providers            N/A. State agencies do not qualify.
                                                                                 To address shortages in the health
                                          Administration
                                                                                 professions workforce through
                                                                                 scholarships, loan repayment, and
                                                                                 grants to training programs for
                                                                                 equipment

Department of Housing and Urban           Neighborhood Stabilization                                                     $2 billion       States and local jurisdictions, non-profits LOCD/LHFA
Development                               Program
Department of Homeland Security           Firefighter Assistance Grants                                                 $210 million      Fire departments or nonaffiliated EMS
                                                                                                                                          organizations


                                          Port Security Grants                                                          $150 million      Owners and operators of federally
                                                                                                                                          regulated terminals, facilities, or U.S.
                                                                                                                                          inspected passenger vessels or ferries

                                          Public Transportation Security                                                $150 million      Transit agencies
                                          Assistance / Railroad Security
                                          Assistance Grants
                                                                                                  Competitive Grants
      FEDERAL DEPARTMENT/AGENCY                          PROGRAM                    DESCRIPTION           TOTAL AVAILABLE                ELIGIBLE ENTITY                                   LA ENTITY SLATED TO APPLY

Department of Interior                      Historic Preservation at Historically                           $15 million     Historically black colleges and
                                            Black Colleges and Universities                                                 universities

                                            USWFS – Resource Management                                     $165 million    National Wildlife Refuges and National
                                            and Construction                                                                Fish Hatcheries


Department of Justice                       Byrne Competitive Grants                                        unspecified     National, regional, state, or local public
                                                                                                                            and private entities
                                            Community Oriented Policing Hiring                               $1 billion     State, local, and tribal governments
                                            Grants
                                            Office of Justice Programs Grants                               $225 million    American Indian tribes

                                            Office of Violence against Women –                              unspecified     States, units of government, Indian
                                            Transitional Housing Assistance                                                 tribes, and other organizations
                                            Grants
                                            COPS Hiring Recovery Program                                                                                                  WLF
                                            Office for Victims of Crime                                     $100 million    Nonprofit organizations or public
                                                                                                                            agencies
Department of Labor                         Competitive Worker Training in High                             $750 million    unspecified
                                            Growth and Emerging Industry
                                            Sectors Grants
                                            Dislocated Assistance National                                  unspecified     State and local labor agencies
                                            Reserve
                                            Assistance for Small Shipyards and                              $100 million    Shipyards or a State or local government
                                            Maritime Communities
Department of Transportation                Capital investments to Public Transit                           $100 million    Public transit agencies
                                            agencies to reduce energy
                                            consumption
                                            Grants-In-Aide for Airports                                     unspecified     Public-use airports
                                            High-speed and Intercity Rail                                    $8 billion     unspecified
                                            Surface Transportation Competitive                              $1.5 billion    State and local government entities as        DOTD
                                            Grant Program                                                                   well as transit agencies
                                            Transit Capital Investment Grants                               $750 million    Public bodies, transit authorities, and
                                                                                                                            State DOT’s
Small Business Administration               Small Business Administration                                   $730 million    Those eligible as SBA grantees


National Endowment for the Arts             National Endowment for the Arts                                 $50 million     State art agencies, art projects and          CRT ($310,000)
                                                                                                                            activities

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association NOAA Coastal and Marine Habitat                                $170 million    Institutions of higher education,             GOCA - Four projects will be submitted: Mississippi River
                                             Restoration Grants                                                             nonprofits, commercial (for profit)           Sediment Delivery System-Bayou Dupont Increment 2
                                                                                                                            organizations, U.S. Territories, and state,   ($3,795,963); Lake Hermitage Marsh Creation-Increment 2
                                                                                                                            local and Indian tribal govts.                ($8,254,301); Elmer's Island Breach Repair ($4,073,106); and
                                                                                                                                                                          Erosion Control Grand Isle State Park ($2,624,685).
                                                                                                                                                                          DWF 3 Grant Applications $10,197,582

				
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