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EFFECTIVE PROGRAM OVERSIGHT: MWQFA's loan underwriting and administration have proven effective as its revolving funds have never experienced a loan payment default.
Quickly engaging in this area, the WSS Team made sure to balance resources in order to keep focus on the numerous metrics and to bring more balance to "the attack." Over the course of three years, I have become much more knowledgeable in the world of Navy ERP and the SAP software suite, as well as learning much about the financial and inventory accuracy sides of "the business." This is another reason to pursue positions in the revolving funds arena to become experts ...
The bill would provide $829 million in funding for the drinking water state revolving fund in fiscal 2013, a 9.7 percent cut from fiscal 2012.
"Given the incredible need, the incredible benefits from investment, I was extremely disappointed to see that EPA's FY13 Budget requested a decrease in funding for the Drinking Water and Clean Water State Revolving Fund programs for the second year in a row," says Sen.
Shaffer reported that settlement funds will used to pay for cleanup work at the site, known as the Broadway Pantano Water Quality Assurance Revolving Fund Site.
Cotton and cotton gin cooperatives mainly use the revolving fund method of equity redemption.
Had the city known that the federal stimulus money would be distributed through the state sewer revolving fund, it would have changed the equation, he said.
Superfund, officially known as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act; the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and state grants from the Land and Water Conservation Fund would be covered at FY06 levels in both the Senate committee and House versions of the funding legislation.
The city committed to reinvesting half of all documented annual energy savings, up to a limit of $500,000 (the limit was recently increased to $750,000), into a revolving fund that would provide capital for future energy efficiency projects.
Any woman who contributes $5 to the revolving fund is eligible for small business loans from $500 to $10,000 as well as scholarships for business training and technical assistance.
* S1.2 billion for the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (S350 million above the Budget request).
Paul Pinault, executive director of the Narrangansett Bay Commission and president of the Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies, says the gap was created in large part when the federal government backed away from "its commitment to fund water and wastewater infrastructure." He notes, for example, that the EPA's proposed fiscal year 2004 budget would cut monies for the Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program by nearly $500 million over previous budgets.