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    Smile AFG Statistics as of Round 30

    Congrats to all of the winners this week.

    Appropriation for 2009:

    OPS: $366,150,000
    VEH: $141,250,000

    Awards Round 30:

    OPS: 12 awards......$747,203
    VEH: 3 awards......$1,343,200

    Total Awards To Date:

    5180 awards: $503,253,896

    Breakdown:

    OPS: 4589 awards......$375,857,334
    VEH: 591 awards......$127,396,562

    Funds Remaining:

    OPS: $0 (0%) $9,707,334 above funding level
    VEH: $13,853,438 (10%)

    Average Award:

    OPS: $81,904
    VEH: $215,561

    Estimated Awards Remaining:

    OPS: 0
    VEH: 64

    Average Awards/Round:

    173

    Estimated Rounds Remaining:

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    Default AFG Stats 2009

    According to my figures we have
    Available 2009 AFG = $504,700,000 Remaining = $1,446,104 as of 9-03

    See attached

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenJ View Post
    According to my figures we have
    Available 2009 AFG = $504,700,000 Remaining = $1,446,104 as of 9-03

    See attached

    Warren
    Warren,

    Looks like you reversed your numbers for what was available for 2009 AFG. The funding limit is $507,400,000 vs. the $504,700,000 that you have.

    From the PG:

    No more than 45 percent of the $507.4 million available for AFG awards ($228,330,000) may be granted to career organizations and departments.

    No less than 34 percent of the $507.4 million available for AFG awards
    ($172,516,000) must be granted to combination organizations (organizations
    and departments with both paid career and volunteer active duty members).

    No less than 21 percent of the $507.4 million available for AFG awards
    ($106,554,000) must be granted to all-volunteer organizations (organizations
    and departments with no active duty paid career members).
    The Administration also limited the AFG to 4% for admistrative costs for 2009.

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    That's what we call equipment malfunction do to operator error!!!

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