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INSERT TITLE OF GRANT
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Fiscal Year (INSERT YEAR) Budget and Budget Narrative (INSERT FOA NUMBER)
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INSERT FUNDING PERIOD
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Financial Assistance
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A. SALARY AND WAGESTOTAL$0
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The personnel budgeted below represents the time and effort of staff located at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The time and effort is a representation of the projected personnel effort necessary to fulfill the goals of this grant.
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Position Title and NameAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryMonthsPercent TimeAmount Requested
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120%$0.00
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120%$0.00
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120%$0.00
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120%$0.00
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120%$0.00
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120%$0.00
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120%$0.00
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Division Administrative Cost Pool$22.5012N/A*Enter the number from B16 mannually. You will have to do this several times until it matches due to the circular reference
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Management and Statistical Distribution$0.0012N/A$0.00
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Salary and Wage Justification
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Division Administrative Cost Pool Rate (3% of total direct costs)
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The Division Administrative Cost Pool resources those critical functions, programs, and initiatives required by PSD to effectively meet our mission, remain competitive as a grant recipient, and assure that our Division’s financial and contracting activities comply with state and federal laws. The funds are distributed to the following functions:
- The Fiscal Support Services Branch is a team of fiscal, contracting, and purchasing officers who provide fiscal services and support for PSD grants. The officers are responsible for ensuring federal and state fiscal rule compliance, tracking the collection and expenditures of all funds, processing of contracts and purchase orders, budget tracking, reconciliation and monthly projections.
- The Communications Unit plans and manages marketing campaigns to support policy and environmental change and positive health behaviors, uses media relations to increase visibility of key public health messages and information, provides quality improvement for written communications products, manages the Division’s website and builds technology and communications capacity among Division staff
- The Operations Support Working Group employs Lean methodology to systematically identify, prioritize, and improve PSD work processes that have impeded the Division’s efficiency, efficacy, and customer service. Working group members are also active in coordinating Lean initiatives throughout PSD and CDPHE as many processes cross Divisional boundaries.
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Management and Administrative Statistical Distribution (5% of total salaries and fringe)
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The Prevention Services Division uses the Department’s Statistical Distribution System (SDS) to distribute personal services costs for certain managerial and administrative positions to the Division’s state and federal funding sources. The system distributes these costs proportionally to funding sources based on the direct labor costs charged to those funding sources. The SDS has been approved by the Department’s federal cognizant agency, the US Department of Health and Human Services.
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B. FRINGE BENEFITSTOTAL$0
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Fringe benefits are calculated at 10.15% of salary for retirement, 0.15% for short-term disability and 1.45% for Medicare. Health insurance varies by employee depending on coverage. An average of 22 percent was used for these staff.
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C. CONSULTANTSTOTAL$0.00
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$0.00
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D. EQUIPMENTTOTAL$0
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E. SUPPLIESTOTAL$750
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Product or ServiceUnit PriceQuantityAmount Requested
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General Office Supplies (pens, paper, etc.) for staff.
$7501$750
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Supplies Justification
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General Office Supplies: The Prevention Services Division, where the Program is housed, uses a shared office supply closet that provides general office supplies such as paper, printer/toner, folders, pens, paperclips, and others to all programs across the Division. Resources are pooled at a set amount of $750 per grant/funding source to support these costs.
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F. TRAVELTOTAL$0
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In State
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Description# of people# of trips
per person
# of days
per trip
Lodging per nightPer DiemMileage$/mileAmount Requested
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$0
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$0
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In-State Travel Justification
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Out of State
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Description# of people# of trips
per person
# of daysLodging per nightPer DiemAirfareGround TransportAmount Requested
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$0
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Out of State Travel Justification
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G. CONTRACTUALTOTAL$0
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Contractual Justification
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1. Name of Contractor:
2. Method of Selection:
3. Period of Performance:
4. Scope of Work:
5. Method of Accountability:
6. Itemized Budget and Justification:
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H. OTHERTOTAL$0
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Product or ServiceUnit PriceQuantityAmount Requested
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$0.00
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$0.00
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$0.00
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Other Justification
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I. DIRECT COSTSTOTAL$750
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A. PERSONNEL$0
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B. FRINGE BENEFITS$0
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C. CONSULTANTS$0
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D. EQUIPMENT$0
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E. SUPPLIES$750
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F. TRAVEL$0
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G. CONTRACTUAL$0
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H. OTHER$0
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J. INDIRECT COSTS TOTAL$0
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Indirect Cost Justification
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TOTAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REQUESTED$750
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