“The purpose of the Perkins Act is to prepare a workforce with the academic and vocational skills needed to compete successfully in a world market.”
FEDERAL FUNDING OVERVIEW PRESENTATION - PowerPoint
PERKINS IV FIVE-YEAR PLAN STATE PLAN
ANNOUNCEMENT OF FEDERAL FUNDED PROGRAMS FY 2015
Size, Scope, and Quality Requirements – To be eligible for Perkins, an eligible recipient must provide a career and technical education program that is of such size, scope, and quality to bring about improvement in the quality of career and technical education programs (Sec. 134. (b) (6)).
Instructions for Funding Applications
Request for Reimbursement and Accountability Report Part A are forms established to flow federal funds to recipients. Approved federal funds do not flow automatically to recipients as do state funds. The federal flow of funding is based strictly on a reimbursement of actual costs. Reimbursement requests may be made as often as necessary and requests will only be considered once each month. The approved grant award budget should be reflected in the "Budget Approved by USOE" column and the actual expenses should be in the "Expense 1st Period" column. If there is a 10% or greater change, the "Budget Change" column should be filled in. An Accountability Report (Part A) must accompany the final request for funds. Final funds will not be allocated without an accurate Accountability Report (Part A) and request. Requests and reports will be returned to the applicant showing areas of deficiencies. Part A reports are required of all federally-funded (Perkins) projects. Only one Part A is required for each grant award regardless of the number of different activities within the approved project.
Note that Perkins funds must be requested during the period of availability for those funds.
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Federal Allocation Tables - FY 13
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