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1 > country > community > commonwealth CURRENT MOBILIZATIONS & TOTAL DEPLOYMENTS MDATEMSADUNITOPNPAXMISSION Projected Return Date 03APR1406APR14252 EN CoOEF-A157 Base Closure Late MAR15 Total PANG Deployed538 Total PAARNG Deployed 157 Total MOB’ed PAARNG (at HS or MOB/DEMOB site) 0 PAARNG Total as of 30 MAY 14 As of 30 MAY 14 PAANG Total as of 08 MAY 14

2 > country > community > commonwealth UNIT MOBILIZATIONS / TOTAL DEPLOYMENTS As of 30 MAY 14 ARNG Units in Theater: 0 ARNG Units at MOB/DEMOB Site: 157 ARNG Individual Mob: 16 Total ARNG Mob: 173 Current ANG Unit Airmen Mob: 361 Current ANG Individual Mob: 20 Total: ANG Mob: 381 Total PANG Mobilized: 554

3 As of 25 Mar14 VETERANS’ TRUST FUND > country > community > commonwealth SourceMonthYear To Date Checkoff & Donations$36, $701, HOV License Plate$3,165.00*$23, Interest$0.00$2, VTF Grants$200,000.00**$200, VINTA$0.00 PENN DOT Costs$0.00***$0.00 * Total number of HOV License plates sold YTD = 1,312 ** Treatment Trends, 100, (Act 71); Journey to Normal, 100, (WVS Grant) *** PENNDOT Costs – Total projection $979,000; however, PENNDOT has agreed not to bill more than original projection in the amount of $966,000. To date, $190,000 paid to PENNDOT from General Governmental Operating (GGO); therefore, outstanding balance of $776,000 payable. 3-year installment payment of: $258,667.00/year FY13-14 = $258, FY14-15 = $258, FY15/16 = $258, PROVISION: TAG/DAG want to make each payment at the end of each FY, providing we have $1M available funding in VTF. If that balance does not exist, we would make a lesser payment of $150k. Need a formal, written agreement (memo for file). As of 19 May 2014

4 > country > community > commonwealth ACT 66 SUMMARY As of 23 May 14 FY Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary Year to Date 1st Qtr2nd Qtr3rd Qtr4th Qtr ODAGVA1,6481,6011, ,537 Act 663,8283,0783, ,503 Total5,4764,6794, ,040 Year to Date Recoveries ODAGVA$19,123,495.00$18,806,739.00$18,288,671.00$4,667,718.00$60,886, Act 66$25,974,879.00$20,670,859.00$16,610,648.00$4,374,083.00$67,630, Total$45,098,374.00$39,477,598.00$34,899,319.00$9,041,801.00$128,517, FY 12 – 13 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary Year to Date 1st Qtr2nd Qtr3rd Qtr4th Qtr ODAGVA1,7831,7631,7911, Act 662,1831,9922,1731, Total3,9663,7553,9643,44415,129 Year to Date Recoveries ODAGVA$19,382,355.00$12,172,277.00$14,999,505.00$16,127,194.00$62,681, Act 66$22,790,504.00$16,299,798.00$18,550,738.00$22,763,271.00$80,404, Total$42,172,859.00$28,472,075.00$33,550,243.00$38,890,465.00$143,085,624.00

5 > country > community > commonwealth OUTREACH ENGAGEMENTS As of 23 May 14 Outreach Statistics 1st Qtr2nd Qtr3rd Qtr4th Qtr Year to Date Outreach Events Supported Mobile Outreach Van Events Veteran Interactions5,7094, ,718 Claim referrals to County Directors and Service Organizations ,856 Legislator Attended Events Notes Second outreach van is operational and conducting outreach events Senator Rafferty attended an outreach event Representatives Grove, Lang, Saylor, Dean, Murt and Corbin attended outreach events Upcoming Events June- July State Senate and Representative Events (Various), HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest, Annville Parade, Women’s Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes Week, Drive in Movie night in Lebanon, LEEK Open House, Hero’s on the Water event, Centre County Veteran event, Allegheny County Veteran’s Outreach Event, Adams County Veteran Event, Ohiopyle Veteran Event.

6 > country > community > commonwealth GOVERNOR’S ADVISORY COUNCIL ON VETERANS SERVICES As of: 7 May 2014 Brochure has been expanded to a quarter fold publication to accommodate additional organizations and information that have been identified Bundles of the new brochure are available for each service organization to distribute to your individual posts across the Commonwealth You can obtain electronic copies of the brochure at:

7 > country > community > commonwealth Chief Counsel As of 2 Jun 2014 Veterans Services Chapter 5, Proposed changes to Regulations, 43 Pa. Code Education Gratuity Program Disabled Veterans’ Real Estate Exemption Program Blind Veterans Pension Existing Paralyzed Veteran’s Pension Proposed Regulations if the Amputee and Paralyzed Veteran’s Pension Bill passes Bureau of Veterans Homes Chapter 7, Proposed Veterans Homes Regulations Underlines are added material and Brackets are to be deleted

8 > country > community > commonwealth Current Legislative Priorities 1.Amputee and Paralyzed Veteran Pension - SB 1129/Sen. Robbins Senate Appropriations 06MAY14 2.Educational Assistance Program (EAP) – SB 1115/Sen. Robbins Passed Senate (49-0) 18NOV13, House First Consideration 30APR13, Second Consideration 02JUN14 3.Military Physician Incentive Program - SB 403/Sen. Hutchinson House First Consideration 30APR13, Second Consideration 02JUN14 4.Military Family Relief Assistance – SB 923/Sen. Baker House First Consideration 30APR13, Second Consideration 02JUN14 5.VTF Amendment a.VITNA 6.Randolph-Sheppard As of 27 May 14

9 > country > community > commonwealth Proposed Legislative Priorities 1.Motorcycle License Plate – SB 1146/Sen. Baker re-referred to Senate Appropriations 11DEC13 2.Volunteer Behavioral Health 1.SB 81/Sen. Greenleaf Senate final passage 23OCT13, referred to House Professional Licensure 29OCT13 2.HB 43/Rep. Harper Passed House (199-0) 25JUN13, Senate First Consideration 07MAY14, Second Consideration 02JUN14 3.Sell/Convey - Hunt/Pine Grove Armories- HB 1945/Rep. Helm Third consideration/final passage 02JUN14 4.Youth Challenge Program As of 27 May 14

10 > country > community > commonwealth Current Legislation of Interest As of 27 May 14 1.Education/PA Residency to Military/Veterans – HB 472/Rep. Barrar Senate Education Comm. 16APR14 2.Priority Registration for Current Military Service Personnel and Veterans – HB 1164/Rep. Murt Signed 05MAY14-Act 46 3.Developing Opportunities in Veterans’ Education – DOVE Program – SB 1004/Sen. Baker Senate Education Comm. 24JUN13, Recommending Amendment 4.Providing for Transfer & Articulation Oversight Committee – SB 232/Sen. Dinniman Senate Education Comm. 20MAR13 5.Local Earned Income Tax for Active Duty Pay 1.SB 803/Sen. Baker Senate Appropriations 06MAY13 2.HB 481/Rep. Kauffman House Finance Comm. 04FEB13 6.Veterans Lottery Game – HB 1205/Rep. Barrar House Second Consideration 02JUN14

11 > country > community > commonwealth BUREAU OF VETERANS’ HOMES As of 31 May 14 Total State Veterans’ Homes Occupancy: 90% - Total State Veterans’ Homes Non-Veteran Census Percentage: 10% State Veterans’ Homes Nursing Care (NC) / Dementia (DEM) Occupancy: 95% State Veterans’ Homes Personal Care (PC) / Domiciliary (DOM) Occupancy: 78% Source of National Data: Department of Veterans Affairs’ nation-wide census report for State Veterans’ Homes.

12 PARALYZED PENSION  Applicant must have been discharged from the armed forces of the United States under honorable conditions  Applicant must have been a legal resident of Pennsylvania at time of entry into the armed forces of the United States  Suffered a service-connected injury or disease resulting in a loss or loss of use of two or more extremities  Applicant must have suffered an injury or incurred a disease resulting in the loss or loss of use of two or more extremities (arms/hands or legs/feet) as a result of his or her performance of duties connected with their military service  Provides eligible paralyzed veterans a pension of $ per month  Entitlement ends at death Eligibility Criteria > country > community > commonwealth

13 PARALYZED PENSION Paralyzed Veterans’ Pension Program > country > community > commonwealth What is needed to apply:  Completed application (MA-VA 80)  Copy of a DD214  VA form 3288 for Paralyzed Pension  VA rating decision or code sheet if available

14 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY PARALYZED VETERANS PENSION As of 15 Jan 14 > country > community > commonwealth As of 22 May 14

15 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY BLIND VETERANS PENSION $222,000 Lapse $4,800 Projected Expenditure $0 Expended $217,200 > country > community > commonwealth As of 22 May Claimants116 Claimants122 Claimants

16 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE $200, Claimants305 Claimants366 Claimants Projected 209 Claimants on the program Lapse $30,752 Projected Expenditures $14,104 Expended $155,144 > country > community > commonwealth As of 22 MAY 14

17 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY EDUCATIONAL GRATUITY As of 15 Jan 14 > country > community > commonwealth As of 22 May 14 $101, Claimants91 Claimants101 Claimants Projected Lapse $4,170 Projected Expenditure $4,500 Expended $92, claimants on the program

18 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY DISABLED VETERANS’ RETX PROGRAM As of 15 Jan 14 > country > community > commonwealth As of 15 MAR 14

19 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY DISABLED VETERANS’ RETX PROGRAM As of 15 Jan 14 > country > community > commonwealth As of 15 MAY 14 *140 New Applications Received since March16, 2014

20 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY PERSIAN GULF VETERANS BENEFIT PROGRAM As of 15 Jan 14 > country > community > commonwealth As of 13 MAY 2014 Total Applications: 10,505 Payments Sent: 8,216 Total Payments: $3,493, Average Payment: $ Average Processing Time: 4.56 days

21 > Technology > People > Processes PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY MILITARY FAMILY RELIEF ASSISTANCE PROGRAM As of 15 Jan 14 > country > community > commonwealth As of 21 MAY 14 OVERALL MFRAP CONTRIBUTIONS - FY 2005 THRU MAY 2014 PERSONAL / CORPORATE / ORGANIZATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS $ 102, CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $ 3, OTHER - DEPT OF REV TRANSFERS (NOT PART OF PIT CHECK OFF PROGRAM) $ 1, TOTAL PRIVATE CONTRIBUTIONS $ 108, DEPT OF REVENUE - PIT DONATIONS $ 1,362, TOTAL ALL CONTRIBUTIONS - PRIVATE & PIT DONATIONS $ 1,471, APPROVED GRANT APPLICATION PAYMENTS $ 483, ACCOUNT BALANCE $ 987,654.57


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