Weekly Legislative Report Jan 13, 2016

J.R. Reskovac Sarah Strup Herbert Appropriations House appropriators are looking at several options to wrap up the FY17 appropriations bills, including bringing the FY17 Defense bill to the floor soon after President-elect Donald Trump takes office. Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK), a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee, said that appropriators will immediately start work […]

Weekly Legislative Report Jan 6, 2016

J.R. Reskovac Sarah Strup Herbert Appropriations Republicans start a new Congress burdened with last year’s unfinished spending business after punting Fiscal Year 2017 appropriations bills to April 28 with the continuing resolution passed in December.  Only one of the 12 FY17 spending bills — a measure funding military construction and veterans’ programs — was enacted […]

Impact Aid Program – Jan 2017 Webinars

The Impact Aid Program has a number of webinars coming up to help applicants prepare their FY 2018 applications. You must register for each webinar in advance using this link — https://educate.webex.com Click on Training Center, and Upcoming to see the webinar, then click Register. Times are shown as Eastern Standard Time, so adjust your […]

OASIS 2016 Presentations

OASIS 2016 ANNUAL CONFERENCE The conference was held Dec 7 – Dec 8, 2016 and below are links to presentation materials. Impact Aid Power Point Presentation -DEC-2016  (downloads as .ppt file) Impact Aid Program Oklahoma FY 2017 Application Section 7003 (downloads as PDF file)

Weekly Legislative Report Dec 9, 2016

J.R. Reskovac Sarah Strup Herbert Appropriations/ Budget Senators today will determine whether to pass a continuing resolution (CR) or force a temporary government shutdown. The House easily passed the continuing resolution (H.R. 2028) Thursday by a vote of 326-96.  The measure would extend current funding levels for most federal agencies through April 28.  The government […]

Weekly Legislative Report Dec 2, 2016

J.R. Reskovac Sarah Strup Herbert Appropriations/ Budget Wednesday, House and Senate Republicans said that a continuing resolution (CR) will most likely be extended to April 2017 or longer due to the Senate’s crowded schedule that will be full with confirmations of President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet.  Senators are reportedly seeking a CR from the House that […]

Weekly Legislative Report Nov 18, 2016

J.R. Reskovac Sarah Strup Herbert Appropriations/ Budget On Thursday, House Republicans announced that they will begin work on a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the government through March 31, 2017, a strategy requested by President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team.  Senators from both parties raised strong objections, though none went so far as to threaten to […]

Weekly Legislative Report Oct 28, 2016

Recess and Election Update October 28, 2016 J.R. Reskovac Sarah Strup Herbert Congressional Leadership Election House conservatives are reportedly undecided on who they will vote for as Speaker of the House should the GOP keep the majority.  Nine House Republicans rejected current Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) in the special election to replace Speaker John Boehner […]

Impact Aid Regulations Webinar – Slides and Logistics

One of our members attended an online meeting regarding updates to the Impact Aid Program’s regulations.   Here are some documents from the meeting that may be useful. for-all-7003-grantees-222-35-comparison-parent-pupil-survey-forms-09-23-2016 for-indian-lands-222-91-comparisonipps-09-23-2016 for-indian-lands-new-222-94-09-23-2016 for-indian-lands-old-222-94-09-23-2016 slides-impact-aid-regulations-10-04-2016