Five federal agencies participate, including the Department of Defense. Both programs focus on projects and services with the potential to develop into a product for military or commercial sectors.
SAM allows firms interested in conducting business with the federal government to provide basic information on their business capabilities and financial information. You will receive email notifications 60, 30, and 15 days prior to the expiration of the record. This Model Purchase Order P. Although your firm may have submitted a good proposal, an award may not have been offered. Air Force experts evaluate the proposals on the following criteria, which are listed in order of importance:.
Note: Technical reviewers will base their conclusions only on information contained in the proposal. It cannot be assumed that reviewers are acquainted with the firm or key individuals or any referenced experiments. Relevant supporting data such as journal articles, literature, including Government publications, etc. You will receive an email for each selected proposal. Please read each email carefully, paying close attention to the proposal and topic numbers.
The email will emphasize that no work is to be performed at this time and that a Government Contract Negotiator or Contracting Officer will be contacting you. The Air Force is not responsible for ensuring email receipt by small businesses that have changed their email addresses since submission of the Phase I proposal without proper notification.
If your email addresses have changed since proposal submittal please send an email to usaf. Skip to main content Press Enter. Eleven federal agencies participate in the program, including the Department of Defense. Qualifications include not only the ability to perform the research and development, but also the ability to commercialize the results; and The potential for commercialization Government or private sector application and the benefits expected to accrue from this commercialization.
Proposal Receipt and Status The Air Force is not responsible for ensuring email receipt by small businesses that have changed their email addresses since submission of the Phase I proposal without proper notification.The program overview below does not yet reflect this expansion.
To stay up to date on the Main Street Lending Program, sign up to receive email alerts whenever new information is available.
The program is designed to help credit flow to small and medium-sized businesses that were in sound financial condition before the onset of the COVID crisis, but now need loans to help maintain their operations until they have recovered from, or adapted to, the impacts of the pandemic.
Loans originated under the program have several features that will help businesses facing challenges. The program offers 5-year loans, with floating rates, and principal and interest payments deferred as indicated in the chart below to assist businesses facing temporary cash flow interruptions. The following video overview was developed prior to this announcement. An updated video is forthcoming. The lender will determine whether a business is approved for a loan.
Refer to the diagram at the end of the document for a schematic on how the program works.
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To assist a broad range of businesses, the program will offer three different loan types, each with somewhat different characteristics as indicated in the chart. Business borrowers can review the program parameters prior to approaching a lender and can access a state-by-state listing of lenders participating in the Main Street Lending Program who are currently accepting applications from new business customers and also elect to be listed.
Additional information on the program can be found on the borrowers page. Lenders interested in the program can start at the lenders pagewhere information will be posted as it becomes available. General questions about the program may be sent to MSLP bos. The Main Street program aims to assist businesses that employ a major share of the American workforce.
The Main Street Lending Program is administered by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, which has established a special purpose vehicle to purchase loan participations from eligible lenders across the U. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. President Rosengren. Main Street Lending Program. View full size.The Wholeness Wheel reflects our call to care for our whole self. By balancing the interconnected dimensions of well-being, we are able to live well in Christ and pass on our faith.
Use the Wholeness Wheel to improve your well-being. The ELCA Pension and Other Benefits Program helps our plan members live well for life, by offering a benefit program that includes health, flexible spending, retirement, disability, life insurance, and other benefits.
By helping each other live well, we strengthen our ministries and our communities, and are better equipped to carry out God's work. Hear how two ELCA leaders have found resilience and confidence through using their health and retirement benefits. Health benefits including medical and mental health, dental, prescription drugs, support services, personal wellness account and wellness programs. Health flexible spending accounts FSAdependent day care flexible spending accounts FSAhealth savings accounts HSAand limited-purpose flexible spending accounts FSAwhich can be used to pay for eligible expenses.
Provides eligible disabled plan members a monthly income, health benefits, life insurance, and retirement account contributions. Our bundled benefits program offers plan members:. Our cost structure and the purchasing power of the ELCA leave more resources available for ministry.
Plan members eligible for these benefits are:. Eligible plan members can also set aside pretax dollars in a dependent day care FSA to pay for dependent day care expenses. They can also contribute pretax dollars to a limited-purpose health FSA, which can be used for eligible vision and dental expenses until the medical, mental health, and prescription drug deductible is met, after which the FSA can be used for any eligible health care expenses.
These services are cost-saving alternatives to an office visit or urgent care. Fitness Programs ELCA-Primary plan members are eligible for a fitness center discount to help pay for membership at a participating fitness center.
Online Mental Health Program ELCA-Primary health plan members and their dependents age 13 and older are eligible for Learn to Live, an online mental health program for stress, depression, social anxiety, and insomnia, based on the principles of cognitive behavioral therapy. Chronic Condition Prevention Program ELCA-Primary health plan members and their adult family members are eligible for this digital program designed to help at-risk individuals make modest changes that can lead to weight loss, reduced risk for chronic disease, lower health care costs, and improved quality of life.
Portico provides this benefit at no additional cost for eligible members who are at risk for type 2 diabetes or heart disease. The program includes a professional health coach for one-on-one guidance, a wireless smart scale to monitor progress, weekly online lessons to educate and inspire, and small online peer group for real-time support.
Diabetes Management Program ELCA-Primary plan members and their family members with diabetes are eligible for this innovative program at no out-of-pocket cost. It includes a blood glucose meter, unlimited test strips and lancets, an online portal and mobile app, and coaching from Certified Diabetes Educators, available 24 hours a day, days a year.
Features include health coaching via smartphone, individual help from pharmacists, and app-generated medication lists, alerts, and refills. Receive individualized care and counseling for medication questions or issues, as well as check-in phone calls, text refill reminders, and online support from the MS community.
Biometric Screening Biometric screenings provide eligible members with detailed information about their health, potentially detecting unidentified risks — or reinforcing positive habits that are working well. It includes:. Plan members have access to:. Learn about the Call to Live Well and related resources. To avoid restrictions, plan members must enroll in the ELCA benefit program within 60 days of becoming eligible.
Employers start the enrollment process online on EmployerLink. Dependent Life Insurance Eligibility Sponsored plan members can purchase dependent life insurance for their spouses or ESGPs and eligible children only if they first purchase supplemental life insurance for themselves. Eligible children include:.ETP is a business and labor-supported state agency that funds the costs of vocational training.
ETP is governed by an 8 member Panel. ETP is funded by a tax on employers, collected alongside the Unemployment Insurance tax. ETP receives no General Fund support. The Panel funds job-related vocational skills training for businesses creating new jobs or retraining current workers. The plan for achieving training goals is outlined in a Curriculum identifying the following:. Upgrade your workers' skills by creating a customized training program. The program is funded by the Employment Training Tax paid by California employers, and targets firms threatened by out-of-state competition or who compete in the global economy.
The program is performance-based. Employers must provide proof that training hours have been completed and trainees have been retrained in well-paying jobs for a specific period of time at a specified wage before ETP reimburses payment. For Incumbent Worker training, employers contribute to the cost of training.
ETP also funds training for unemployed workers ETP provides additional incentive to assist small businesses and employers in high unemployment areas of the State.
Training Curriculum. Getting Started.The CCS program provides diagnostic and treatment services, medical case management, and physical and occupational therapy services to children under age 21 with CCS-eligible medical conditions. Examples of CCS-eligible conditions include, but are not limited to, chronic medical conditions such as cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, cerebral palsy, heart disease, cancer, traumatic injuries, and infectious diseases producing major sequelae.
CCS also provides medical therapy services that are delivered at public schools. The Medi-Cal program reimburses their care. In addition, Insurance Code Sections The participating health plan's responsibility for providing all covered medically necessary health care and case management services changes at the time that CCS eligibility is determined by the CCS program for the plan subscriber.
The health plan is still responsible for providing primary care and prevention services not related to the CCS-eligible medical condition to the plan subscriber so long as they are within the Healthy Families program scope of benefits. The health plan also remains responsible for children referred to but not determined to be eligible for the CCS program. Health and Safety Code, Section et seq. The explicit legislative intent of the CCS program is to provide necessary medical services for children with CCS medically eligible conditions whose parents are unable to pay for these services, wholly or in part.
The statute also requires the DHCS and the county CCS program to seek eligible children by cooperating with local public or private agencies and providers of medical care to bring potentially eligible children to sources of expert diagnosis and treatment. In counties with populations greater thanindependent countiescounty staff perform all case management activities for eligible children residing within their county. This includes determining all phases of program eligibility, evaluating needs for specific services, determining the appropriate provider sand authorizing for medically necessary care.
For counties with populations underdependent countiesthe Children's Medical Services CMS Branch provides medical case management and eligibility and benefits determination through its regional offices located in Sacramento and Los Angeles.
Dependent counties interact directly with families and make decisions on financial and residential eligibility. Some dependent counties have opted to participate in the Case Management Improvement Project CMIP to partner with regional offices in determining medical eligibility and service authorization.
The regional offices also provide consultation, technical assistance, and oversight to independent counties, individual CCS paneled providers, hospitals, and the Special Care Centers within their region. The funding source for a county CCS program is a combination of monies appropriated by the county, State General Funds, and the federal government.
ABthe realignment legislation passed inmandated that the State and county CCS programs share in the cost of providing specialized medical care and rehabilitation to physically handicapped children through allocations of State General Fund and county monies. Page Content. Program Overview Program Description The CCS program provides diagnostic and treatment services, medical case management, and physical and occupational therapy services to children under age 21 with CCS-eligible medical conditions.
Program Administration In counties with populations greater thanindependent countiescounty staff perform all case management activities for eligible children residing within their county. Funding Description The funding source for a county CCS program is a combination of monies appropriated by the county, State General Funds, and the federal government.Whether you are walking, driving, biking or taking the bus, nearly half of the Elevate Denver projects will focus on making our streets safer and more efficient for everyone.
By maximizing taxpayer dollars through public and private partnerships, Elevate Denver will provide critical improvements to institutions central to the fabric of our city including:.
Elevate Denver will ensure these culturally enriching spaces are preserved for generations to come. By centralizing numerous specialty clinics including a surgery center, expanded pharmacy, and lab and radiology services, the state-of-the-art facility provides high-quality care right here in the community.
With a new Outpatient Medical Center in the heart of the city, Denver Health can expand its offerings and provide essential treatment for cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, mental and behavioral health, and other treatable diseases in adults and children. Over the next 10 years, Elevate Denver will upgrade and improve more than 50 parks and 21 recreation centers, offering residents safe, efficient spaces to connect, play, and exercise.
These enhancements will improve energy efficiency and update systems for irrigation and water conservation, ultimately saving taxpayer dollars. Elevate Denver will make additional improvements at neighborhood branches, including:.
Many of these facilities are more than 40 years old and need crucial upgrades. Across the city, 19 fire stations will receive updated equipment, bathrooms, and living spaces to ensure better gender equity. A new fire station will be built at 72nd and Tower Road to meet the needs of our growing city and improve emergency response times.
Denver Police Stations are outdated and over-capacity as well. The District 5 police station, serving the Montbello, Stapleton, and Green Valley Ranch neighborhoods, and the District 6 station, serving the Capitol Hill, Civic Center, Five Points, and Downtown neighborhoods, will be replaced to improve policing operations and better facilitate community engagement.
Through structural and exterior improvements, Elevate Denver aims to make city buildings more accessible to residents and city staff. Projects will eliminate physical and communication barriers between Denver and its people by upgrading ADA-compliant sidewalk ramps and improving exterior and interior routes, accessible parking, and visual alarms.
Over the next decade, six roofs and four HVAC systems will be replaced at city-owned buildings. General repairs will also be made to several city buildings, including:.
Track the development, design, and construction of current projects on the Project Updates page. Achieve the Vision by delivering projects consistent with community expectations utilizing engaging, transparent, sustainable, and cost-effective approaches. Complete projects within the established budget and anticipated schedule, while helping to achieve reduced long-term operating and maintenance costs.
Use effective design and construction practices to produce projects that improve quality of life by enhancing environmental, economic, and social sustainability. Instill effective project delivery and program management practices that can be replicated for the benefit of future City projects and programs. Objective 1: Build upon and continue to implement effective program management practices and legacy systems derived from the Better Denver Bond Program.
Objective 2: Develop and implement staff development for the program requirements that is scalable for other City projects and programs. Objective 3: Steward tax dollars through effective procurement and efficient project delivery packages that benefit the community while encouraging participation of industry, including disadvantaged businesses.
Objective 1: Incorporate contracting opportunities for Division of Small Business Opportunity certified firms for professional services, construction, goods, and services. Actively, consistently, and accurately communicate the status of the program to stakeholder groups and the Denver community. Objective 1: Launch public-facing dashboards communicating project information and progress.
Objective 2: Engage the community by leveraging multiple communication strategies and tactics to provide project updates, establish program branding, and build community support.The U. Gilman International Scholarship Program enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad, providing them with skills critical to our national security and economic prosperity.
The Institute of International Education has administered the program since its inception in A Gilman Scholarship enables American students to gain proficiency in diverse languages and cultures, skills that are critically important to their academic and career development. The Gilman Scholarship Program broadens the student population that studies and interns abroad by supporting undergraduates who might not otherwise participate due to financial constraints.
The program aims to encourage students to study and intern in a diverse array of countries or areas and world regions. The program also encourages students to study languages, especially critical need languages those deemed important to national security. Veterans of military service are encouraged to apply, and preference is given to veterans when other factors are equivalent.
By supporting undergraduate students who have high financial need, the program has been successful in supporting students who have been historically underrepresented in education abroad, including but not limited to first-generation college students, students in STEM science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, ethnic minority students, students with disabilities, students attending HBCUs Historically Black Colleges and Universities or other minority-serving institutions, students attending community colleges, and students coming from U.
Department of State and named after the late congressman Benjamin A. Gilman from New York. With his support, the program was established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of Shortly thereafter inCongressman Gilman retired after serving in the House of Representatives for 30 years and chairing the House Foreign Relations Committee. Study abroad is a special experience for every student who participates. Living and learning in a vastly different environment of another nation not only exposes our students to alternate views, but also adds an enriching social and cultural experience.
It also provides our students with the opportunity to return home with a deeper understanding of their place in the world, encouraging them to be a contributor, rather than a spectator in the international community.
Award recipients are chosen by a competitive selection process and must use the award to defray eligible study or intern abroad costs.
These costs include program tuition, room and board, books, local transportation, insurance, international airfare, passport and visa fees.
Under Executive OrderGilman scholars are eligible for 12 months of noncompetitive eligibility NCE hiring status within the federal government, with the possibility of extensions if certain criteria are met.
NCE allows U. For more than 50 years the U. ECA accomplishes its mission through a variety of exchange programs and other initiatives that support mutual understanding by protecting cultural heritage across the globe and providing educational resources for people interested in learning about American culture and the English language.
ECA programs engage participants from a variety of backgrounds and specialties. The Benjamin A.