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$63.9 Million to $87.2 Million. CIAP Energy Policy Act of 2005 allocated $250 Million annually to 6 states for 4 years Alaska Alabama California Louisiana.

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1 $63.9 Million to $87.2 Million

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3 CIAP Energy Policy Act of 2005 allocated $250 Million annually to 6 states for 4 years Alaska Alabama California Louisiana Mississippi Texas

4 CIAP 35% to eligible coastal political subdivisions Municipality of Anchorage Bristol Bay Borough Kodiak Island Borough Kenai Peninsula Borough Lake and Peninsula Borough Matanuska-Susitna Borough Northwest Arctic Borough North slope Borough 65% directly to state

5 CIAP Authorized Uses All projects funded under CIAP must result in a benefit to the environment of the coastal area and must be consistent with one of the following authorized uses: CIAP Authorized Uses 1.Projects and activities for the conservation, protection, or restoration of coastal areas, including wetlands 2.Mitigation of damage to fish, wildlife, or natural resources 3.Planning assistance and the administrative costs of complying with CIAP 4.Implementation of a federally-approved marine, coastal or comprehensive conservation management plan 5.Mitigation of the impact of OCS activities through funding of onshore infrastructure projects and public service needs

6 CIAP ALLOCATIONS 2007 and 2008: based on 2006 OCS revenue 2009 and 2010: based on 2008 OCS revenue

7 CIAP ALLOCATIONS 2007 and 2008: based on 2006 OCS revenue 2009 and 2010: based on 2008 OCS revenue

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9 Open Solicitation (30%) Who May Apply Incorporated Municipalities NGOs Quasi-governmental organizations (e.g., soil and water conservation districts of Alaska) Post-Secondary Educational Institutions Coastal Resource Districts Federally Recognized Tribes Unincorporated Communities Must be located within Alaska

10 Open Solicitation (30%) Themes 1. Waste Management and Clean Up Marine debris clean-up projects Clean harbor projects to improve water quality at harbors Waste management projects 2. Data Collection, Data Analysis, Planning, and Mapping Community-based assessment and monitoring of environmental and habitat variables in order to evaluate and/or mitigate impacts of development Collection or analysis of baseline data on fish or wildlife or their habitat that is needed to evaluate or develop mitigation strategies for potential impacts from oil and gas, mining, and other development activities. Projects that would analyze or prepare for the impacts of climate change or natural hazards on communities. 3. Habitat Restoration and Rehabilitation Projects 4. Mitigation Projects Projects to mitigate impacts from development activities and/or climate change. 5.Community Environmental Education Projects That Do Not Exceed $35,000

11 Open Solicitation (30%) Call for Proposals APPLICATION: Application Packet: Application Information and Instructions 1.General Project Information 2.Project Proposal 3.Project Narrative for Submittal to MMS 4.Landowners Permission 5.Signature Sheet and Certification 6.Documentation of Financial and Administrative Capability DEADLINE: April 30, 2009

12 Open Solicitation (30%) Call for Proposals Q and A Teleconference: Date:March 18, 2009 April 22, 2009 at Time: 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Call in #: Code: 2427#.

13 CIAP Thank you


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