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DCRF Webinar 7: Budget and Milestone Charts - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
27:21
https://portal.ct.gov/connecticutclimateaction/executive-order/deep-climate-resilience-fund
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
27:40
Link to the budget justification template: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/ConnecticutClimateAction/DCRF/Docs/DCRF-Budget-Justification-Template.docx
Rebecca French, CT DEEP
46:07
When hiring a consultant, does their fee need to be broken down (e.g. fringe, etc)?
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
48:16
When filling out the justification, please delete the italicized text.
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
53:40
Budget tool: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/ConnecticutClimateAction/DCRF/Docs/DEEP-Climate-Resilience-Fund-2_Year_Budget_Template.xlsx
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
58:35
Note that you need to fill out the chart related to your track.
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
58:52
Track 1 milestone chart: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/ConnecticutClimateAction/DCRF/Docs/TRACK-1-Milestone-Chart.docx
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
59:06
Track 2 milestone chart: https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/ConnecticutClimateAction/DCRF/Docs/TRACK-2-Milestone-Chart.docx
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
01:00:05
Note that the schedule you post in this milestone chart will become part of your contract workplan.
Karlo Zvonarek
01:08:39
For the projected dates of completion for each quarter, since the start date of the project is not yet known, do actual dates have to be indicated? Or, do we only provide information on the tasks to be completed for each quarter?
Kristin Foster
01:13:25
WIll applications submitted earlier be given a priority?
Karlo Zvonarek
01:14:14
Thank you.
Rebecca French, CT DEEP
01:16:06
Can environmental engineers and surveyors be considered contracted services?
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
01:25:14
https://circa.uconn.edu/environmental-justice/climate-and-equity-grant-program/
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
01:25:56
Sustainable CT
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
01:27:01
https://sustainablect.org/about/contact-us
Kristin Foster
01:29:11
Yes it is specific expense.Ok thank you.
Sarah Watson, CT DEEP
01:30:22
From the FAQ: 9) Is there a minimum amount of money required? We do not recommend applying for less than $50,000 for Track 1 or Track 2 in order to have sufficient funds to undertake the activities needed for climate resilience planning and project development. However, if your applicant team has a project or plan proposal that you think is a good fit for the program, but the amount of funding needed is less than $50,000, please reach out to DEEP.climateresilience@ct.org for a discussion with program staff.If you are a small community organization that is not able to manage larger grants, but you would like to be part of a climate resilience planning or project development application, please note that applicants for the DEEP Climate Resilience Fund are encouraged to partner with community organizations and are scored on their depth of community engagement under the review criteria. Such partnerships and community engagement efforts can and should be supported in the primary applicant’s project budget.
Karlo Zvonarek
01:31:41
Thank you for providing this session. The information was very helpful.