Grant: $326,975,732 - Department of Energy - Mar. 27, 2009
57% voted satisfied - 43% voted not satisfied - 7 vote(s) cast
Award Description: The program helps low-income households control energy costs to ensure an healthy and safe living environment. Qualified households may receive weatherization materials installed in their residences and/or energy conservation education.
Project Description: During this first reporting period most project activity has been limited to admistrative activities at the Prime Recipient level.
Jobs Summary: Program officer, contract specialist and program oversight positions responsible for program administration at the Prime Recipient level. (Total jobs reported: 3)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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|SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION, INC.||$821,552||LEVELLAND||TX|
|Alamo Area Council of Governments||$7,259,959||SAN ANTONIO||TX|
|Bee Community Action Agency||$568,597||BEEVILLE||TX|
|Big Bend Community Action Committee, Inc.||$1,188,461||MARFA||TX|
|Combined Community Action Inc||$1,730,958||GIDDINGS||TX|
|Community Action Committee of Victoria Texas||$2,383,396||VICTORIA||TX|
|Community Action Program, Inc.||$2,056,426||ABILENE||TX|
|Community Council of Reev||$400,181||PECOS||TX|
|Economic Opportunities Advancement Corporation of Planning Region Xi||$1,900,425||WACO||TX|
|HILL COUNTRY COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION, INC.||$2,570,639||SAN SABA||TX|
|NUECES COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$1,584,581||CORPUS CHRISTI||TX|
|Panhandle Community Services Inc||$3,093,124||AMARILLO||TX|
|ROLLING PLAINS MANAGEMENT CORPORATION||$2,071,343||CROWELL||TX|
|Texoma Council of Governments||$2,981,705||SHERMAN||TX|
|TRI COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION INC||$1,744,712||CENTER||TX|
|WEBB, COUNTY OF||$1,213,006||LAREDO||TX|
|West Texas Opportunities Inc||$2,882,874||LAMESA||TX|