Project Development Submittal
for Southern Tier 8 Regional Board
Please submit your interest in pursuing a federal investment that will support the manufacturing industry cluster across the Southern Tier...
Some project ideas may be applicable for one or several funding opportunities and leverage local American Rescue Plan Act investments. Currently, we are seeking project ideas that will support the Manufacturing Industry Cluster across the region. The Regional Board will host an information session on September 8th to discuss EDA's Build Back Better program and projects that are ready for investment. See meeting schedule: https://southerntier8.org/regional-events
Name of Organization
Contact Phone Number
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What is the local (or regional) challenge or need you are attempting to solve with this project idea? (i.e. what is the problem you are attempting to address?)
In a few sentences, what is your project idea that supports the advancement of the manufacturing industry cluster across the Southern Tier?
What is the current state of your project idea(is it planning or implementation?)
What current CEDS goal does your project most align with? CEDS here: https://admin.steny.org/southern-tier-8/assets/olp5pu0u2tc4000c
Address Infrastructure Deficiencies
If not aligned with the CEDS, is there a community or county plan that supports the project you are developing? (please list here)
How will you measure success? (i.e. How will you measure the community benefit with completion of your project and how quickly will you see benefits)
What partner organization(s)are engaged and what are the specific roles of each partner in the proposed project?
What is the total project cost?
What is the amount of money your organization is seeking?
What is the status of local investment in time and cash (perhaps from partners...are they committed to a specific task)?
Do you need help from an outside expert or consultant to pursue your project? If so, please list what expertise you seek... (examples may include...engineer for design & permitting, ISP, auditor...)
If your organization received a previous federal investment, what was the quantitative impact of the project?
How does your project encourage equity and include historically excluded participants &/or community?
How will the project be sustainable after the public dollars are spent?
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