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GAA 2015 Spring Workshop
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October 1, 2013 – September 30, 2014ATL-ADO Total Program = $164 Million Georgia Commercial Airports: $32 MillionGeorgia General Aviation Airports: $35.6 Million (through GDOT/Block Grant)Georgia Total: $67.6 million($32.1 Discretionary)
FY 2015 AIP Program
All Airports Submitted Their Annual CIP’s in December 2013ADO Established 2015 AIP Program in May 2014 ADO PM’s currently conducting Pre-Grant Conferences for FY15 ProjectsWork with ADO PM on Bidding schedulesFirst Grants – Possibly by May 1stGrant Acceptance NLT August 15th
FY 2016 AIP Program
CIP Call Letter Issued in October 2014 (Dec. 1 submittal) ADO PM’s are currently reviewing This April – Selection of Projects & Disc. Program We Continue to Encourage Prior-year Design
Odds & Ends
Environmental Determinations – ADO cannot program project until environmental finding is complete (CATEX, FONSI, EIS) (CATEX Det. – SOP # 5.00)Project Not Ready to Go – Design Not Complete/Sponsor cannot execute grant agreement by August 15th, Bids > Available FundingMissing/Inadequate Sponsor Price/Cost Analysis – Bid Tabs/Engineers Estimate/Appraisals/Independent Fee Estimate (AIP Handbook. Chapter 3, Section 14) Expired System for Award Management (SAM) Registration –Expires Annually (www.sam.gov)20:1 Approach Penetrations / All Air Side Needs Not Met - Revenue Producing Projects
Odds & Ends
Procurement – 2 CFR 200, Subpart D (Use FAA Specifications where available, Do not Modify without first obtaining MOS)Approved DBE Program – AIP Funds ≥ $250K/Yr., Updates submitted every 3 Yrs. to FAA Office of Civil Rights (49 CFR 26)Annual Single Audit – Sponsor receiving more than $750K/Yr. Federal Funds (2 CFR 200, Subpart F)Construction Safety Phasing Plans – SOP # 1.00Old Grants - 4 Yrs. Old and Older Financially Inactive Grants - 12 + months without a drawdown