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  • AFG Statistics as of Round 30

    Congrats to all of the winners this week.

    Appropriation for 2009:

    OPS: $366,150,000
    VEH: $141,250,000

    Awards Round 30:

    OPS: 12 awards......$747,203
    VEH: 3 awards......$1,343,200

    Total Awards To Date:

    5180 awards: $503,253,896

    Breakdown:

    OPS: 4589 awards......$375,857,334
    VEH: 591 awards......$127,396,562

    Funds Remaining:

    OPS: $0 (0%) $9,707,334 above funding level
    VEH: $13,853,438 (10%)

    Average Award:

    OPS: $81,904
    VEH: $215,561

    Estimated Awards Remaining:

    OPS: 0
    VEH: 64

    Average Awards/Round:

    173

    Estimated Rounds Remaining:

    1

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    AFG Stats 2009

    According to my figures we have
    Available 2009 AFG = $504,700,000 Remaining = $1,446,104 as of 9-03

    See attached

    Warren
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    The opinions stated herein are those of the author and in no way shape or form reflect the opinions of any organization(s) that I am in any way affiliated with unless otherwise indicated.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by WarrenJ View Post
      According to my figures we have
      Available 2009 AFG = $504,700,000 Remaining = $1,446,104 as of 9-03

      See attached

      Warren
      Warren,

      Looks like you reversed your numbers for what was available for 2009 AFG. The funding limit is $507,400,000 vs. the $504,700,000 that you have.

      From the PG:

      No more than 45 percent of the $507.4 million available for AFG awards ($228,330,000) may be granted to career organizations and departments.

      No less than 34 percent of the $507.4 million available for AFG awards
      ($172,516,000) must be granted to combination organizations (organizations
      and departments with both paid career and volunteer active duty members).

      No less than 21 percent of the $507.4 million available for AFG awards
      ($106,554,000) must be granted to all-volunteer organizations (organizations
      and departments with no active duty paid career members).
      The Administration also limited the AFG to 4% for admistrative costs for 2009.

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      • #4
        That's what we call equipment malfunction do to operator error!!!

        Thanks
        The opinions stated herein are those of the author and in no way shape or form reflect the opinions of any organization(s) that I am in any way affiliated with unless otherwise indicated.

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