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2 Source: www.Recovery.gov; Agency Reported Funding and activity by State. Updated August/18/2010www.Recovery.gov P u e r t o R i c o Funds Available from Federal Agencies = $3.98Billion 65% of Total Paid out by Federal Agencies $2.59 Billion Paid out by Federal Agencies $2.59 Billion K e n t u c k y Funds Available from Federal Agencies = $4.77Billion 68% of Total Paid out by Federal Agencies $3.23 Billion Paid out by Federal Agencies $3.23 Billion Funds Available from Federal Agencies = $5.05Billion 56% of Total Paid out by Federal Agencies $2.81 Billion Paid out by Federal Agencies $2.81 Billion L o u i s i a n a All States and Territories Funds Available from Federal Agencies =$429.33Billion Paid out by Federal Agencies $278.95 Billion Paid out by Federal Agencies $278.95 Billion of Total 65% of Total 65% ARRA REPORTED FUNDING AND PAID OUTS BY FEDERAL AGENCIES IN STATES WITH POPULATION SIMILAR TO PUERTO RICO

3 OPTION- 1 ARRA Management Structure PRIFA

4 METRICS

5 ARRA Weekly Update Report Week Ending September 24, 2010 Obstacles/Constraints Next Week Activities Accomplishments AFI – (i) Compliance training series workshop on Buy American, Davis Bacon, and FTEs (EQB); (ii) (WAP) Intake process completed in all municipalities (6,258/13,304); 5,467 Eligible cases; 2,093 Audits completed; 1,108 cases evaluated by Technical Coordinators; 248 cases under construction; and 318 Weatherized Units. PRASA received $4.13 MM for the construction of the Vista Verde Project. PRDOH – disbursed $12.6 MM under the Prescription Drug Program Payment. Metrics AFI – (i) Follow up on the renewal of several CCRs; (ii) SEP – Continue evaluation of proposals under the rebate subprograms (498 submitted; 125 approved ($7.14 MM), 102 withdrawn/declined, 175 under revision by applicant, 78 under evaluation and 29 submitted this month). AFI – WAP – awaiting MOU with PREPA. AAE – (i) EECBG Comprehensive Applications - Follow up on Non-Entitlement Municipalities (37): 29 recommended for approval (22 signed / 7 pending signature), 5 pending additional request of information (Culebra, Loiza, Maricao, Ceiba y Naranjito); 3 under evaluation (Añasco, Naguabo and Villalba). DS – (i) (HIE) Follow Up on MOU between Fortaleza and DS; (ii) Follow up on approval to post award changes (Documentation submitted on Aug. 20.); and (iii) Follow up con Medicare Expenditures (Sep 30). Puerto Rico Tren Urbano Security Project – Follow up amendment to contract between Policía de Puerto Rico and Autoridad de Carreteras y Transportación. ADFAN – Follow up on CSBG disbursements (due Dec. 30, 2010). According to information submitted by ADFAN to OCF: Sept 30 – 49%; Dec 31 – 100%. AFV – Follow up TCEP contract (Santamerica) AAE – Follow up on SEP drawdowns (20% due Sept. 30). ACUDEN – Follow up on Head Start Disbursement of funds (due Dec. 30). Municipalities - Follow up on HPRP expenditures. Low disbursements by municipalities (Entitled Municipalities 13.3%; Non Entitled Municipalities 9.74%). PRDOH – (i) Epi and Lab contract; (ii) IDEA Part C contracts; (iii) HIE contracts; (iv) Collaboration Chronic Disease & Tobacco Control contracts; and (vi) Chronic Disease Self Management contracts. Municipalities – Cidra and Barceloneta FTA Bid challenged in state court. ADSEF – has not requested $15.9 MM under the TANF Program (due Sept. 30) EECBG (Grantees) – Follow up on EECBG drawdowns (20% due Sept. 30). Total Fund Total Funds Available for Draw Down: $5,143.7 MM Total funds allocated $6,810.2 MM* ( $4.1 MM) Total Disbursed: $3,885.2 MM ( $44.5 MM) 337 Competitive Proposals submitted to 15 Federal Agencies ($1,300.2 MM) 42 Competitive Proposals in evaluation for a total of $195.1 MM 114 Competitive Proposals Awarded for a total of $127.7 MM 181 Competitive Proposals not awarded $931.9 MM *Allocation numbers may fluctuate according to quarterly Recovery.gov results.

6 Total Funds Allocated : $6,805.5 MM ARRA Funds Distribution by Local Entity

7 Total Funds Allocated : $6,805.5 MM ARRA Funds Distribution by Fiscal Year

8 Schools modernization Transportation and roads improvements Aqueducts and Sewers expansion Public Housing refurbishing Energy Infrastructure

9 95 schools Between $3.5 and $6 million investments /school 5 to 7 new school 50 thousand students LARGEST INVESTMENT IN SCHOOLS IN OVER A DECADE Qualified School Construction Bonds (QSCB)

10 23 projects, including; Islandwide road improvements (mostly repavement) Rehabilitation work on two main road bridges (Aguadilla, Martinez Nadal) Purchase of 40 Hybrid Buses Improvements to 1 metropolitan area airport * FTE data obtained from 2010 2 nd quarter 1512 report. Allocation Transportation HTA$138,684,335 MTA$22,500,000 Port Authority$15,904,500 Total$177,088,835

11 3 WWTP - $38.7 million 5 Sewer Systems - $59.5 million 4 WTP - $27.2 million 5 Distribution Networks $30.4 million 5 Network Optimization Projects $2.4 million 22 Projects - $158.3 million investment (includes Vista Verde and the elimination of Villa Taína's STP) Total Funds Allocated: $98.3 MM

12 Total Funds Allocated: $ 174,579,333 46 Projects Under Construction 8,798 Families impacted

13 Energy STATE ENERGY PLAN (SEP) Over 500 proposals received 125 proposals approved for a total of $7.44 MM o Agriculture Renewable Rebate program ($625k) o Building Energy Efficiency Retrofit ($4.3MM) o Sun Energy ($2.4MM) o Solar Water Heaters Rebate ($22k) $1.75MM awarded to Government entities $5.69 MM awarded to individuals or private entities.

14 Total Funds Allocated: $48.86 MM Intake Process completed in all municipalities Elegible Cases: 5,466 Audits Completed: 2,001 Weatherized Units: 274 Weatherization Assistance Program

15 Department of Family Department of Education Department of Labor Public Security Initiatives Department of Health Social Programs – Building Hope

16 DivisionAllocation $20, 835,644 ADFAN$42,447,715 ADSEF$504,809,708 ASUME$20,174,108 ACUDEN$46,081,046 $634,348,221 HPRP: approximately $45 MM to provide financial assistance and services to prevent individuals from becoming homeless and help those who are experiencing homelessness to be quickly re-housed and stabilized. A total of 892 families have benefited from the HPRP Prevention and Rehousing program. 21 Head Start Delegated Agencies 18 Municipalities 2 Non for profit organizations 1 Consortium Impacting more than 800 centers across the island 129 Child Care Centers have been benefited under the Child Care Program. Approximately 18,000 children have benefited from the Head Start Program. More than 8,500 children have been impacted under the Child Care Voucher Program. Under the CSBG initiative of small business, ASPRI has received more than 2,700 proposals. Department of Family

17 Allocation PRDE$638,342,039 Used for academic improvement, special education and technology initiatives impacting Puerto Ricos 1,500 public schools. Education for the Disadvantaged funds impacting 1,496 schools and over 450,000 students School payrolls supplemented for 1,480 schools Special Education funds used to provide services for over 100,000 students Funds used to support homeless and neglected children populations Department of Education

18 Allocation Labor and Human Resources Department$232,223,750.00 Vocational Rehabilitation Administration$13,309,655.00 Occupational and Human Resources Development Council$92,110,041.00 $337,643,446.00 WIA Youth/Adult/Dislocated Workers Training & Employment Services - Provides training and related services to individuals ages 18 and older, low-income youth ages 14-21 and dislocated workers who have lost their jobs and are unlikely to return to those jobs or similar jobs in the same industry, through formula grants allocated to states which in turn allocate funds to local areas. Youths – More than 32,000 Adults – More than 18,700 Dislocated Workers – More than 10,000 Increase in Unemployment Compensation Benefits - Additional $25 for Unemployment Benefits (Estimated allocation of $232,000,000, allocation will increase until benefit ends for current beneficiaries). Over 25,000 have received benefits. State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service Operations – Employment and Re-employment services. Over 43,274 have received benefits. Department of Labor

19 Allocation Urban Train$965,193.00 COPS$5,055,555.00 Police$866,208.00 ACT$328,000.00 $7,214,956.00 Tren Urbano Security Project-San Juan, Bayamon & Guaynabo COPS (Bayamón, Caguas, Guaynabo, Ponce):Program provides funding directly to law enforcement agencies having primary law enforcement authority to create and preserve jobs and to increase the community policing capacity and crime-prevention efforts Port Security Grant Program (Policía): funding to port areas for the protection of critical port from terrorism ACT Security Improvements to Culebra-Vieques Ferry Service in the Fajardo Region Public Security Programs

20 ARRA funds in the Department of Health where focused on: Health Technology MMIS - funds to transform all of our technologu systems for Mediciad office and eligibility process. HIE - $7million for creating the State Plan and implementation Medicaid Additional funds for medicaid program - helped keep the state out of deficit and we did not have to reduce benefits or beneficiaries. Funds for support for Children and Mothers (WIC) More funds for WIC Allocation PR Dept of Health$232,526,016 Medicaid (FMAP) Prescription Drugs Others Total $187,080,000 $24,712,879 $20,733,137 $232,526,016 Department of Health

21 Research Río Piedras CampusMayagüez CampusMedical Sciences Campus

22 Identification of Prostate Cancer Stage in Hispanics Using Serum Protein Profile Using Community Based Participatory Research to Improve Health in Children Development of a Versatile Service-Oriented Wireless Mesh Network for Disaster Relief and Environmental Monitoring in PR Gene Profiling of Nervous System Regeneration Using a Novel Model Organism UPRCCC/MDACC: Partnership for Excellence in Cancer Research Familial Colorectal Cancer Registry in Puerto Rico: A Feasibility Study Allocations Research$20,040,496 Infrastructure$4,000,000 Equipment acquisition$1,322,531 Scholarships$1,078,248 $26,441,275 Research Research

23 Competitive Proposals 337 Competitive Proposals submitted to 15 Federal Agencies ($1,300.2 MM) 42 Competitive Proposals in evaluation for a total of $195.1 MM 114 Competitive Proposals Awarded for a total of $127.7 MM 181 Competitive Proposals not awarded $931.9 MM Proposals under evaluation : ENTITIESAMOUNT REQUESTED Municipalities $ 14,878,642.00 Communications - Broadband $ 85,500,060.00 Universities $ 54,750,376.00 Not-For-Profit $ 6,226,380.00 Local Agencies $ 21,412,847.00 Federal - Caribbean Forest $ 12,400,000.00 $ 195,168,305.00


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