Grant: $242,148,057 - Office of Elementary and Secondary Education - Jul. 1, 2009
0% voted satisfied - 100% voted not satisfied - 4 vote(s) cast
Award Description: Government Services Fund for public safety and other government services, which may include assistance for elementary and secondary education and public institutions of higher education, and for modernization, renovation, or repair of public school facilities and institutions of higher education facilities, including modernization, renovation, and repairs that are consistent with a recognized green building rating.
Project Description: For the Government Services Fund, 16.3% has been allocated for elementary and secondary education. In addition, 1.2% of the Government Services Fund has been allocated for colleges and universities across the State for the NJ Tuition Aid Grant program, the funding for which flows directly from the State to the Institutions of Higher Education. The expenditures for the remaining 82.5% have been allocated for public safety, more specifically for personnel expenses for state correctional facilities.
Jobs Summary: With regard to the Government Services Fund dollars used for K-12, 622 positions were created or retained. Of those, 211 were instructional, 64 were related to student support programs, 37 were administrative, and 310 were undetermined. With regard to the Government Services Fund dollars used for higher education, 59.03 positions were created or retained. Of those, 8 were full-time faculty, 13.02 were administrative, 12.88 were clerical, and 25.13 were adjunct positions. With regard to the Government Services Fund dollars used for public safety/corrections, these funds enabled the State to avert layoffs of state workers across state government for the FY 2010 fiscal year. This enabled the State to retain 2447 FTEs. Of those, 168 were administrative, 683 were program or management staff, 113 were legal or compliance staff, 7 were IT positions, and 1,476 were undetermined. Many of these undetermined positions were administrative, program, and management staff. (Total jobs reported: 3,128)
Project Status: More than 50% Completed
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|MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY||$326,962||MONTCLAIR||NJ|
|NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY||$216,941||JERSEY CITY||NJ|
|NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY||$156,195||NEWARK||NJ|
|RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY||$96,913||MAHWAH||NJ|
|RICHARD STOCKTON COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY||$158,887||POMONA||NJ|
|ROWAN UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, INC.||$205,412||GLASSBORO||NJ|
|RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY||$1,116,716||NEW BRUNSWICK||NJ|
|College of New Jersey||$98,434||TRENTON||NJ|
|WILLIAM PATERSON COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY, THE||$218,814||WAYNE||NJ|
|Absecon Board of Education||$5,843||ABSECON||NJ|
|Atlantic County Institute of Technology||$22,752||MAYS LANDING||NJ|
|Buena Regional School District||$115,826||RICHLAND||NJ|
|Corbin City Board of Education||$4,042||OCEAN CITY||NJ|
|Egg Harbor City School District||$30,346||EGG HARBOR CITY||NJ|
|Egg Harbor Township Board of Education Inc||$215,489||EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP||NJ|
|Estell Manor School District||$10,321||ESTELL MANOR||NJ|
|Folsom School District||$26,837||HAMMONTON||NJ|
|Galloway Twp School District||$135,552||ABSECON||NJ|
|Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District||$182,431||MAYS LANDING||NJ|