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Grant Initiatives

Active Grants July 1, 2016

Grant

Awarding Organization

Total Amount

Award Schedule

Contact

Mathematics Assistance Using Targeted Tutoring

Caterpillar Foundation

$10,000

12/2015-8/2016

Andy Hynds, Dean, Mathematics, Science, and Business

Student Support Services/TRiO

U.S. Dept. of Education

$280,680/yr

FY16/20

Laquitta Ford, Director, TRiO/ Marcus Brown, VP, Student Success

Carl Perkins Grant

ICCB

$181,733

FY17

Dr. Marcus Brown, Vice President, Student Success

Program Improvement Grant

ICCB

Pending State Budget Decisions

FY17

Dr. Marcus Brown, Vice President, Student Success

INAM Trade Adjustment Assistant Community College & Career Training Grant

U.S. Department of Labor

$525,755

FY12-9/30/2016

Darbe Brinkoetter, Dean, Continuing and Professional Education Division (CPED)

Industrial Carbon Capture & Storage

U.S. Department of Energy

$150,000

FY16-FY18

 

Intelligent Monitoring System

U.S. Department of Energy

$70,000

FY16-FY18

 

IL Cooperative Work Study Grant

IL Board of Higher Education

Pending State Budget Decisions

FY17

John Oliver, Coordinator, Career Center; Marcus Brown, Vice President, Student Success

Federal Adult Ed Basic

ICCB/Federal Pass Through

Pending State Budget Decisions

FY17

Jeff Davison, Adult Education

State Performance Grant—Adult Education

ICCB

$58,025

FY17

Jeff Davison, Adult Education

State Basic—Adult  Education

ICCB

$131,5000

FY17

Jeff Davison, Adult Education

Workplace Skills Enhancement Grant Decatur Foundry

 

IL Secretary of State

$15,000

FY17

Jeff Davison, Adult Education

Girls STEM Camp

Illinois Manufacturers Association

$20,000

FY17

Darbe Brinkoetter, Dean, CPED

Adult Volunteer Literacy Grant

IL Secretary of State

$67,000  

FY17

Julie Pangrac, Project Read

Highway Construction Careers Training Program

Illinois Department of transportation

$324,900

FY17

Darbe Brinkoetter, Dean, CPED

Strategic Prevention Framework

IL Dept. of Human Services

$143,085

7/14-6/17

Vivian Goodman, Director, Decatur Community Partnership

DFC STOP ACT

U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services

$48,258

9/12-9/16

Vivian Goodman, Director, Decatur Community Partnership

    

Student and Academic Services Procedures

Title: Grant Writing Procedures
Board Policy Section: General Support for Section 2.2: Funds
Last Update and Action: Reviewed 7/1/2013
Issued by: Office of the Vice-President for Student and Academic Services/ Office of Institutional Research and Planning

Process Map:

PROCEDURE
Identify grant opportunity (stakeholder, Grant Team, President’s Cabinet). Two tracks:
Track A: If local grant, under $10000, Balanced Scorecard Level 3 connection, stakeholder agrees to write—Supervisor approval. Present to Grant Team as information item. Grant Initiation Form completed.
Track B: If state/federal grant, over $10000, Balanced Scorecard Level 2 or 1 connection, requires cross-institutional collaboration—Cabinet approval required. Grant Initiation Form completed.

Track A

• With approval, stakeholder proceeds with creation.
• If new data is required, present draft to KMT.
• Letters of support, if applicable, should be coordinated through the Public Information Officer.
• Business Services reviews draft budget.
• Final version reviewed by supervisor and Vice President; approval form signed. Dr. Saunders reviews. Final version submitted. Electronic copy sent to Coordinator, Curriculum and Grants, for archiving. Tracking spreadsheet is updated.
• A summary sheet regarding grant intention and potential funder should be provided to the Public Information Officer.
• Decision received; Coordinator, Curriculum and Grants, scans letter and comments for archive and updates tracking spreadsheet. Notification of award should be provided to the President’s Office for distribution.

Track B

• With approval, identify stakeholders for writing team (may be different group from Grant Team), including any external partners.
• Coordinator, Curriculum and Grants, convenes writing team, including representative from Business Services, and makes writing assignments.
• Letters of support, if applicable, should be coordinated through the Public Information Officer.
• Writing Team meets throughout process.
• Business Services receives projected budget for input and discussion of space (if required in grant).
• If new data is required, present draft to KMT.
• Final draft is reviewed by VPs; approval sheet completed. Dr. Saunders reviews.
• Final version is submitted. (If submission is required through grants.gov, Coordinator, Curriculum and Grants, completed this step. Coordinator archives electronic copy and updates tracking spreadsheet.
• A summary sheet regarding grant intention and potential funder should be provided to the Public Information Officer.
• Decision received; Coordinator scans decision letter with any comments for archive and updates tracking spreadsheet.
• Notification of award should be provided to the President’s Office for distribution.

Successful grants should submit quarterly reports to the appropriate Dean or Vice President prior to submission to the funder. Final reports should also be submitted to the appropriate Dean or Vice President prior to submission to the funder. Electronic final copy is submitted to Coordinator, Curriculum and Grants, for archiving.