CFA Data Table

Agency Program Name CFA # Region Applicant Name Project Name Project Description CFA Award Amount Contract Executed Anticipated Completion Date
ESD Trophy Foods Excelsior 44804 Western New York Trophy Foods Corp. Trophy Foods Excelsior $286,175.00 Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 20:00
ESD ACHIEVE Capital 26681 Southern Tier ACHIEVE ACHIEVE Capital $304,000.00
ESD McGraw-Hill Education Excelsior 36861 New York City McGraw-Hill Education McGraw-Hill Education Excelsior $2,600,000.00 Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 19:00
ESD MVEDGE - Marcy Nanocenter - Phace 1B Capital 28409 Mohawk Valley MOHAWK VALLEY EDGE MVEDGE - Marcy Nanocenter - Phace 1B Capital $3,250,000.00
ESD Intergrow Greenhouses Excelsior 42824 Finger Lakes Intergrow Greenhouses, Inc. Intergrow Greenhouses Excelsior $600,000.00 Thursday, August 7, 2014 - 20:00
ESD Etransmedia Technology New York Works Capital 4642 Capital District Etransmedia Technology, Inc. Etransmedia Technology New York Works Capital $2,500,000.00
ESD Buzzfeed - Excelsior 44308 New York City Buzzfeed, Inc. Buzzfeed - Excelsior $4,000,000.00 Wednesday, July 16, 2014 - 20:00
ESD Matt Industries Excelsior 43839 Central New York Matt Industries Corporation dba Dupli Envelope and Graphics Corporation Matt Industries Excelsior $122,000.00
ESD BioRestorative Therapies Excelsior 42855 Long Island BioRestorative Therapies, Inc. BioRestorative Therapies Excelsior $500,000.00 Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 20:00
ESD CareMed Pharmaceutical Services Excelsior 42002 Long Island CareMed Pharmaceutical Services/ Sorkin's Rx LTD CareMed Pharmaceutical Services Excelsior $1,500,000.00
ESD Etsy Excelsior 40899 Capital District,New York City Etsy, Inc. Etsy Excelsior $5,000,000.00 Sunday, April 6, 2014 - 20:00
ESD Trinity Packaging/Cello Pack Excelsior 37363 Western New York TRINITY PACKAGING CORPORATION Trinity Packaging/Cello Pack Excelsior $556,240.00 Tuesday, January 7, 2014 - 19:00
ESD GUSC Energy Capital 32271 Mohawk Valley Griffiss Utility Services Corporation GUSC Energy Capital Griffiss Utility Services Corp.,("GUSC") will develop a 200 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system on site at the United States Air Force Research Lab located in the Griffiss Park in Rome. The project will bring renewable, reliable, and stable energy sources that diversify the AFRL energy portfolio and assist the site in meeting Federal clean energy, energy intensity and GHG emission reduction mandates. $150,000.00 Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 20:00 Friday, January 30, 2015 - 19:00
ESD Newcomer Micro-Enterprise Working Capital 27000 Capital District,Mohawk Valley New York Folklore Society Newcomer Micro-Enterprise Working Capital $10,000.00 Monday, May 5, 2014 - 20:00 Wednesday, December 30, 2015 - 19:00
ESD Two One Two New York Excelsior 42605 Long Island Two One Two New York, Inc. Two One Two New York Excelsior $1,500,000.00 Monday, August 4, 2014 - 20:00
ESD Steel & O'Brien Excelsior 40753 Finger Lakes Steel & O'Brien Manufacturing, Inc. Steel & O'Brien Excelsior $300,000.00 Monday, July 28, 2014 - 20:00
ESD BioSciences - Excelsior 32584 Capital District BioSciences Ltd. BioSciences - Excelsior Construct an R&D facility at the University at Albany's East Campus to produce fruit and vegetable nutrients in a dry powder form for multi-applications. $1,200,000.00
DOL ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems Training 31637 Western New York McHone Industries, Inc. ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems Training McHone Industries, Inc. of Salamanca will train 52 workers in ISO 9000:2008 (quality management systems standards), process mapping, documentation and quality manual development, plan documentation and quality manual, internal auditing, documentation rollout, management review, preliminary internal auditing, advanced management, guided application, audit preparation, pre-audit review, final system review, compliance audit, and final review. $25,900.00
DOS Project Fresh Start 31399 Western New York Everywoman Opportunity Center Project Fresh Start Project Fresh Start is a job skills development program for Domestic Violence Survivors mainly within the City of Buffalo and will include Erie County. The survivor will be helped to envision, plan for and begin to implement small businesses. We will work with 65 survivors of which 15 will be in the entrepreneurial phase while the remaining 50 will receive career readiness training, assessment, educational brokering, job placement and other support. $93,358.00
ESD SUNY Binghamton University Capital 31106 Southern Tier Research Foundation of SUNY, Binghamton SUNY Binghamton University Capital $925,000.00
DOL Operations and Technical Skills Training 30940 Central New York G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Company dba Hanford Pharmaceuticals Operations and Technical Skills Training G. C. Hanford Manufacturing Company dba Hanford Pharmaceuticals of Syracuse will train 37 long-term unemployed workers in procedures/paperwork, good manufacturing practices, microbiology, aseptic processing and technique, equipment assembly/disassembly, cleaning/maintenance, compounding-filling-sterilization procedures, packaging/labeling, clean room operations, HVAC-welding-electrical-plumbing, troubleshooting, test methodology, quality, chemistry, and laboratory operations. $50,000.00
ESD City Station North Capital 30762 Capital District City Station North, LLC City Station North Capital $1,000,000.00
ESD Hudson Valley Agribusiness LTL Local Food Distribution Hub Network Capital 30713 Capital District,Mid-Hudson Hudson Valley AgriBusiness Development Corporation Hudson Valley Agribusiness LTL Local Food Distribution Hub Network Capital Applicant is evaluating alternative locations for project. $225,000.00
DOS GeneseeOrleans Employment Support Project 30208 Finger Lakes Community Action of Orleans and Genesee, Inc. GeneseeOrleans Employment Support Project The Finger Lakes Regional Council Interagency Work Plan from June, 2012 addresses regional workforce shortages in healthcare, agriculture, information technology, manufacturing, and other key fields as a key strategy to align workforce development with the needs of regional businesses. The Genesee/Orleans Employment Training and Support Project will prepare unskilled individuals to qualify for, and obtain, employment in occupational areas where the priority is listed as HIGH including Retail Business and Customer Service Representatives, Help Desk, Janitors and Maintenance, Office Clerks, General Office, Grounds keeping, and Data Entry. Information on labor statistics from the New York State Department of Labor has also stated that the professional and business services sector has been the local standout, adding 6,600 jobs since March 2011. Training for these positions is critical for business growth. With significant unemployment and poverty, especially in Orleans County, aligning workforce development with workforce shortages and helping unemployed or underemployed individuals gain foundational skills can have an enormous impact. Providing Instruction and Training to fill available high priority entry level employment opportunities will address the needs of low income individuals to obtain gainful employment, become more economically self-sufficient, and will fulfill community businesses? needs with proven qualified applicants. $46,679.00 Monday, May 12, 2014 - 20:00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
DOS 2013 CSBG JART 29937 Central New York Oswego County Opportunities Inc. 2013 CSBG JART The project will address Oswego County's high unemployment rate and the need to align the education and skills of workers to the demand of employers in the region. Job Skill Development activities will be provided to low-income youth and adults in Oswego County who are at or below 125% of the federal poverty line as determined by the Office of Management and Budget; are unemployed or underemployed; and have a desire to participate in services. Expected outcomes include: 60 low-income individuals will improve basic reading, math, and communication skills; improve computer literacy; improve soft skills necessary for employment; be prepared to obtain employment; and obtain access to reliable transportation to obtain and maintain employment. In addition, 50 participants will complete training and obtain the National Work Readiness Credential. $93,358.00 Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 20:00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
DOS CAMBA 29240 New York City CAMBA CAMBA CAMBA proposes to use an award of $100,000 in CSBG funds to dramatically expand the size of our Security Guard Academy, one of only two free private security training programs in New York City. Located in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, our program will be citywide in scope, with an emphasis on placing graduates with employers in any of the City's 15 Opportunity Zones. Our program will address the twin issues of poverty and unemployment. At the same time, it will stimulate local economic growth by meeting employer need in this high-growth field. We will enroll 60 low-income, low-skilled adults in our training program. Fifty of these clients will obtain 8-hour and 16-hour Certification from the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). Forty clients will obtain Private Security Guard?s licenses from DCJS and 20 of those willl obtain Fire Guard certificates from the New York City Fire Department Thirty clients will obtain unsubsidized employment in private security and other fields. $93,358.00 Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 20:00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
DOS Career Readiness 29007 Capital District Albany County Opportunity, Inc. Career Readiness The Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) and its partner, the Schenectady Community Action Program (SCAP) will operate a Career Readiness program focused on issues faced by low-income residents in the region's most disadvantaged, distressed locations. ACAP's primary location at 333 Sheridan Ave. is in the City of Albany's opportunity zone area identified by the Capital Region Economic Development Council, with its current Career Pathway services also open to residents in the City of Troy's opportunity zone area through ACAP's Cohoes Outreach office. SCAP's employment services are based at 913 Albany St. in the City of Schenectady's opportunity zone area. As partners, ACAP and SCAP will build upon each agency's existing experience and program base to strengthen workforce development opportunities for low-income residents. Program components will include: training, skills development and career readiness, as well as job search, placement, support and retention services to ensure that these residents are afforded the opportunity to become part of the area's economic revitalization. Occupational training will focus on in-demand occupations and career pathways in industries such as healthcare, transportation, culinary arts/hospitality and custodial/maintenance. The outcome will be increased opportunities for 110 low-income residents and a prepared workforce, with at least 65 meeting a 90-day employment retention benchmark and achieving increased self-reliance. $93,358.00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
DOS Growing Green 28679 Western New York Massachusetts Avenue Project, Inc. Growing Green We are requesting funds to support Growing Green, an urban agriculture and youth development project, providing jobs and job training to low-income teens, to change the food environments of their low-income neighborhoods of Buffalo, NY. Located on Buffalo's West Side, youth are involved in growing and distributing healthy foods, educating others about local food system development and working with community members to advocate for city-wide policy change. Project activities address high rates of urban vacancy, youth unemployment and food insecurity. Expected outcomes include: At least 40 youth will be employed and gain marketable job and life skills and new knowledge of food systems and sustainable agriculture. At least 8,000 lbs of organic food will be produced (on 12 formerly vacant lots) for distribution through our Mobile Market and farm stand to communities that lack food access. At least 2,000 low-income residents will have improved access to fresh, affordable and locally produced fresh fruits and vegetables. At least 3,000 residents, schools and/or community groups will have increased knowledge of local food system issues and urban agriculture thru provision of community training, technical assistance and farm tours. Youth leaders will participate in crafting at least one policy recommendation as members of the Buffalo/Erie County Food Policy Council. A youth-led assessment of Buffalo Public School lunches will be completed $56,015.00
DOS Wyandanch Weed and Seed 28672 Long Island Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. Wyandanch Weed and Seed As part of the LIREDC, Wyandanch Opportunity Agenda and the EOC of Suffolk will outreach to local business and property owners to advise them of opportunities to improve existing storefronts. The goal is to identify and prepare business and/or property owners to rehabilitate storefront facades to maximize economic impacts associated with the new construction. The proposed project area is Merritt Avenue. We propose to provide TA; access to design professionals, and a preliminary set of bid specifications packets for interested stakeholders to review. College Access project will target 100 ninth-twelfth grade students, 14-19, during the 2013/2014 school year, attending the Wyandanch Memorial High School. Activities will include education on post secondary education and benefits; how to plan for college; financing options for college, financial literacy and debt management; completing FAFSA and professional development. Our ESL program will utilize, teacher led instructions and USA Learns computer based program. Teacher lead instruction will be used will be conducted twice weekly. Expected outcome for our ESL program is 54 of the 66 participants. A Financial and Civic Literacy Program will assist participants in developing the skills needed to become successful members of the financial mainstream. The project will be located at the Wyandanch Public Library and will enhance an existing program. Expected outcomes will be 50 of 75 participants will complete the program. $90,122.00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
ESD Family Enrichment Network Capital 28619 Southern Tier COUNTY OF CHENANGO Family Enrichment Network Capital $100,000.00
DOS ESTP 28452 Southern Tier Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc. ESTP Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc. proposes to create a Southern Tier Regional Training System (STRTS) to serve Steuben, Chemung and Schuyler counties. The goal of this system will be to provide the healthcare sector of the Southern Tier of NYS a better prepared, and ample supply of health care aides. The STRTS will help to create a uniform training system, identify eligible participants to be trained, provide pre-employment skills training prior to core vocational training, and provide intensive case management to positively affect job retention rates. The STRTS intends to build on a partnership of regional stakeholders to design, fund, and implement a system for aide personnel in the healthcare sector. Operating as a funnel, the project will take a large pool of unskilled, unemployed workers and provide them with the training needed to fill in demand jobs in the identified counties, and allow for more of our growing, aging population to age in place. The STRTS will deliver the qualified staff local employers desperately need, with a better ability to retain them due to the support and additional training the participants will receive. Expected outcomes include 48 of 50 (or 96%) will demonstrate an increase in skills and competencies required for employment. 44 of 48 (or 90%) will receive vocational CNA, HHA or PCA training or a subsidized work experience 40 of 44 (or 90%) will obtain employment 28 of 40 (or 70%) will maintain a job for at least 90 days $90,397.00 Monday, May 12, 2014 - 20:00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
ESD Village of Sidney 28385 Southern Tier Village Of Sidney Village of Sidney $25,000.00
ESD Roberson Memorial Capital 27584 Southern Tier Roberson Memorial, Inc. Roberson Memorial Capital $50,000.00
DOS CSBG Discretionary Workforce Development 26936 North Country Lewis County Opportunity, Inc. CSBG Discretionary Workforce Development Transportation Assistance services will be provided to income-eligible participants who reside in Lewis County, and who are either at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level. Payable services will include vehicle repairs, tires, insurance premiums, gas cards, licensing and registration, or other alternative transportation-related services necessary to remove the barrier of unreliable transportation to obtain or maintain employment (NPI 1.2.F.). This may include providing transportation assistance so that participants can access formalized training programs at the Lewis County One-Stop to obtain skills and/or competencies required for employment. Non-payable services such as information, advocacy, referrals and follow-up using family development principles will also be provided. $56,015.00 Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 20:00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
DOS Bridge Program 26833 Mohawk Valley Workforcement Investment Board Bridge Program Young refugee adults in the city of Utica have survived persecution in their homelands, the squalor of refugee camps, and now, in the land of opportunity, find perhaps the cruelest plight of all: they are a language barrier away from the jobs that can help them carry on America's immigrant tradition of rising to the top on the strength of their work. Young men and women who arrive as older teen-agers have little time to learn the language in school, and need intensive English as a Second Language classes twinned with vocational classes so that they can move into the workforce and begin the journey to success. The Workforce Investment Board has developed this project to provide this population with the training needed for fast attachment to the workforce, helping refugees become sufficiently literate for the workplace as they learn work skills that will make them valued employees. Soft skills development will help refugees understand the American workplace and work customs. Strong case management will ensure that refugees have a contact person they can trust who will be their advocate with their employer, while from the employer perspective that same case manager will ensure the refugee adjusts to the new work environment successfully. With a population of 200 to 400 low-income refugee youth between the ages of 18 and 24, the city of Utica needs this project to move this important segment from the sidelines and the streets into the main stream of the community. $93,358.00 Tuesday, June 3, 2014 - 20:00 Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 19:00
DOL Frito-Lay, Inc. - Existing Employee Training 19906 Southern Tier Frito-Lay, Inc. Frito-Lay, Inc. - Existing Employee Training Frito-Lay, Inc. will provide current employees with training in order to enhance their skills. $100,000.00
DOL Rolling Frito-Lay Sales, LP - Existing Employee Training 19813 Capital District,Central New York,Finger Lakes,Long Island,Mid-Hudson,Mohawk Valley,New York City,North Country,Southern Tier Rolling Frito-Lay Sales, LP Rolling Frito-Lay Sales, LP - Existing Employee Training Rolling Frito-Lay Sales, LP will provide current employees with training in order to enhance their skills. $100,000.00
Arts Building Bridges: Long Island 18965 Long Island East End Arts & Hum Cncl Building Bridges: Long Island East End Arts will launch 'Bridges LI', a project whose goals are capacity building of management, program and entrepreneurial efforts of arts organizations and artists on the East End of Long Island, promoting cultural entrepreneurship in regional economic development, and creating an effective arts services delivery network. Activities will include assisting four anchor organizations, publishing a Community Resource Map, professional development for artists, and advocacy for bringing the cultural community into regional and local economic planning. $90,000.00 Tuesday, April 30, 2013 - 20:00
DOL Goodrich Corporation - New Hire/OJT Training 18479 Mohawk Valley Goodrich Corporation Goodrich Corporation - New Hire/OJT Training Goodrich Corporation will hire long-term unemployed jobseekers and provide them with on-the-job training. $50,000.00
DOL Valley Health Services, Inc. - Unemployed Worker Training 17519 Mohawk Valley Valley Health Services, Inc. Valley Health Services, Inc. - Unemployed Worker Training Valley Health Services, Inc. will provide long-term unemployed jobseekers with skills that will help them transition into a new job. $54,750.00

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