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          Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Education


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          State-Supported Schools for the Blind and Deaf Facility Grant Program
          4201 Capital Program
          Request for Applications (RFA)
          Announcement of Funding Opportunity

          RECENT UPDATES

          • Update 6/26/2020 – Electronic Submission Instructions: Due to the COVID-19 emergency, applicants are requested to submit their complete applications, including the signed application cover page, electronically to 4201capitalgrant@nysed.gov. Please see the Submission Instructions below for information on submitting an electronic signature. All applications must be received no later than June 30, 2020 to be considered.
          • Update 4/8/2020 – GRANT APPLICATION EXTENSION:
            NYSED has extended the application period for the 4201 Capital Grant Request for Applications. The questions and answers summary will now be posted here by April 20, 2020. Applications must be filed and sent electronically via email to 4201CapitalGrant@nysed.gov no later than June 30, 2020. For additional information, please review the full Request for Applications document below.

          Grant Application Documents

          Grant Program Request for Application Information Adobe PDF | Grant Program Request for Application Information Word document
          Scoring Rubric Excel
          Facility Grant Program Application Excel
          Questions and Answers: Part 1 Adobe PDF
          Questions and Answers: Part 2 Adobe PDF
          Contract Boilerplate Word document

          Legislative Authority

          The 2019-20 Enacted Budget provided $30 million in capital funds for the alteration, rehabilitation and improvement of various facilities operated by the State-supported Schools for the Blind and Deaf authorized under Article 85 of the Education Law.

          Purpose of Grant

          The appropriation requires that funds be prioritized for health and safety needs and apportioned based on a plan developed by the State Education Department (SED) and approved by the Division of the Budget (DOB). This RFA represents such approved plan.

          Anticipated Project Period

          Start Date: 10/1/2020
          End Date: 9/30/2025

          Eligible Applicants

          See list of Eligible Applicants in the Grant Program Request for Application Information Adobe PDF document.

          Amount of Funding

          $30 million will be awarded for eligible projects pursuant to this RFA.

          • $15 million will be allocated for projects totaling $500,000 or more.
          • $15 million will be allocated for projects under $500,000.

          Application Due Date and Electronic Submission Instructions

          Questions and Answers: Part 1 Adobe PDF
          Questions and Answers: Part 2 Adobe PDF

          The complete grant application form (which can be found on this page in the grant application documents section) and all necessary supporting documents must be filed and sent electronically via email to 4201CapitalGrant@nysed.gov no later than June 30, 2020.

          Update 6/26/2020 – Electronic Submission Instructions: Due to the COVID-19 emergency, applicants are requested to submit their complete applications, including the signed application cover page, electronically to 4201capitalgrant@nysed.gov.  Please see the information below for instructions on submitting an electronic signature. All applications must be received no later than June 30, 2020 to be considered.

          1. Submission documents requiring a signature must be signed using one of the methods listed below, and may be submitted in as a Microsoft Office, PDF, or JPG document. A scanned PDF is acceptable for these documents.
          2. The following forms of e-signatures are acceptable:
            1. handwritten signatures on faxed or scanned documents
            2. e-signatures that have been authenticated by a third-party digital software, such as DocuSign and Adobe Sign
            3. stored copies of the images of signatures that are placed on a document by copying and pasting or otherwise inserting them into the documents 
          1. Unacceptable forms of e-signatures include:
            1. a typed name, including a signature created by selecting a script or calligraphy font for the typed name of the person “signing”
          1. To identify the signer and indicate that the signer understood and intended to agree to the terms of the signed document, the signer will sign beside or provide by email the following attestation: "I agree, and it is my intent, to sign this document by [describe the signature solution used] and by electronically submitting this document to [name of recipient individual or entity]. I understand that my signing and submitting this document is the legal equivalent of having placed my handwritten signature on the submitted document and this attestation. I understand and agree that by electronically signing and submitting this document I am affirming to the truth of the information contained therein."
          2. In order to ensure the timely receipt of your application, please use the subject line "APPLICATION SUBMISSION - 4201CapitalGrant"

          Applications received after June 30, 2020 will be disqualified.

          Questions and Answers

          All questions must be submitted via email to 4201CapitalGrant@nysed.gov by March 9, 2020. A complete list of all Questions and Answers will be posted here no later than April 20, 2020.

          Pre-qualification Requirement

          Proposals received from nonprofit applicants that are not Prequalified in the Grants Gateway by 5:00 PM on the proposal due date of June 30, 2020 cannot be evaluated. Such proposals will be disqualified from further consideration. Please see the “Prequalification Requirement” section for additional information.

          Non-Mandatory Notice of Intent

          The Notice of Intent (NOI) is not a requirement for submitting a complete application by the application date; however, NYSED strongly encourages all prospective applicants to submit an NOI to ensure a timely and thorough review and rating process. A non-profit applicant’s NOI will also help to facilitate timely review of their prequalification materials. The notice of intent is a simple email notice stating your organization’s (use the legal name) intent to submit an application for this grant. Please also include your organization’s NYS Vendor ID. The due date is April 24, 2020. ?Please send the NOI to 4201CapitalGrant@nysed.gov.

          NYSED Designated Contacts

          Program: Joshua Staples, Rosanne Groff
          Fiscal: Adam Kutryb
          M/WBE: Aimee Lang

          4201CapitalGrant@nysed.gov

          Grant Application Documents

          Grant Program Request for Application Information Adobe PDF | Grant Program Request for Application Information Word document
          Scoring Rubric Excel
          Facility Grant Program Application Excel
          Questions and Answers: Part 1 Adobe PDF
          Questions and Answers: Part 2 Adobe PDF
          Contract Boilerplate Word document

          Last Updated: June 26, 2020
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