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  • How Much SAFER $$ Left?

    Grant gurus,

    How much SAFER money remains? Any idea how many more SAFER rounds there may be? Will the SAFER Dear Johns be coming soon?

  • #2
    $42,741,007 has been awarded through R4. Totals obviously going up tomorrow. I'd guess they're around halfway through with awards and 1199As. $110 mil is available.

    I'd guess that DJs ought to be coming soon for both programs, at least the computer denied ones anyway.
    Brian P. Vickers
    www.vickersconsultingservices.com
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    Westlake VFD - Houston, TX
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    • #3
      OK I'll play nerd here for a change Brian. Tomorrow should be $5,555,157. So that makes total given this year at $48,296,157 which means $61,703,843 left of the $110,000,000. A little more than half still to go, if my non-nerd brain is calculating right (no Irish coffee this morning Brian; Starbucks pot # 2 at expresso strength coursing through my veins) LOL!
      Last edited by ktb9780; 11-02-2006, 08:51 AM.
      Kurt Bradley
      Fire/EMS/EMA Grant Consultant
      " Never Trade Skill for Luck"

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      • #4
        I wish I hit Starbucks. They're supposed to supply us with coffee and the fixins here, but I had to scrounge through 3 kitchens to find a $)%&)*&@! creamer. That's creating a hostile work environment isn't it? Depriving employees of caffiene?
        Brian P. Vickers
        www.vickersconsultingservices.com
        Emergency Services Consulting
        Westlake VFD - Houston, TX
        Proud Member IACOJ - Redneck Division

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BC79er
          I wish I hit Starbucks. They're supposed to supply us with coffee and the fixins here, but I had to scrounge through 3 kitchens to find a $)%&)*&@! creamer. That's creating a hostile work environment isn't it? Depriving employees of caffiene?
          I beleive it falls more likely under " cruel and unusual punishment" and probabaly violates the Geneva Convention on inhumane treatment of prisoners of war, and with this years award nightmares, I would say we are sufferring from PCSD already.LOL!
          Kurt Bradley
          Fire/EMS/EMA Grant Consultant
          " Never Trade Skill for Luck"

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          • #6
            I don't know that I'm a prisoner of war, but not much difference between a cubicle and prison. Well I guess there is. I don't have cable with HBO on a big screen, no free meals, and no one paying for my MBA. Score 1 for prison, 0 for corporate America's cubicle farms. Good thing I'm out of it soon.
            Brian P. Vickers
            www.vickersconsultingservices.com
            Emergency Services Consulting
            Westlake VFD - Houston, TX
            Proud Member IACOJ - Redneck Division

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