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Grants-in-Aid for Airports
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Federal Program Information
Federal Program Description Grants-in-Aid for Airports (AIP), administered under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), funds the planning and development of a safe and efficient national airport system to satisfy the needs of the aviation interests of the United States. This includes airport improvement grants for development projects that enhance capacity, safety, and security, as well as for aircraft noise compatibility planning and programs. This program provides $1.1 billion for discretionary grants to airports, with priority given to those projects that can be completed within two years. One additional key provision of the Act is that no funds in the Act may supplant any other State or local funds that were to be used on a project.
Because of the lead time associated with the consideration and passage of the legislation, FAA has been able to identify a national pool of high priority candidate projects that greatly exceeds the ER funding now available. Based upon this threshold, FAA has identified a candidate pool of the highest priority projects by region and distributed these funds to the Regions.
CFDA Number 20.106
Assistance Type Formula Grants
ARRA Citation Title XII - Federal Aviation Administration - Grants-in-Aid for Airports- page 91-92
ARRA Reporting 1201(c) – Periodic Grantee Reports: Grantee reports aggregate data for each ARRA grant received as of the end of the quarter:  expenditures; numbers of procurements at various stages of implementation (out to bid, under contract, underway, completed) and ARRA dollars associated with those procurements; direct jobs created or maintained by the all projects and activities funded by the grant.
1512(c) Reports – Quarterly Grantee Reports:
Requires grantee to report detailed information for each ARRA grant about direct recipient and subrecipients; information about projects funded by the grant, including reports of direct jobs created and maintained; and basic information about vendors receiving more than $25 thousand threshold from direct recipient or subrecipient.
 
Federal Agency Department of Transportation
 
NYS Information
NYS Program Title Grants-in-Aid for Airports
NYS Agency New York State Department of Transportation
Contact Don Hannon
Email dhannon@dot.state.ny.us
Phone (518) 457-4033
 
Program Funding
National Total $1,100 million
NYS Share $31 million
Flow of Funds Grants-in-Aid for Airports (AIP), administered under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), funds the planning and development of a safe and efficient national airport system to satisfy the needs of the aviation interests of the United States. This includes airport improvement grants for development projects that enhance capacity, safety, and security, as well as for aircraft noise compatibility planning and programs. This program provides $1.1 billion for discretionary grants to airports, with priority given to those projects that can be completed within two years. One additional key provision of the Act is that no funds in the Act may supplant any other State or local funds that were to be used on a project.
Because of the lead time associated with the consideration and passage of the legislation, FAA has been able to identify a national pool of high priority candidate projects that greatly exceeds the ER funding now available. Based upon this threshold, FAA has identified a candidate pool of the highest priority projects by region and distributed these funds to the Regions.
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Awards and Outcomes
Website http://www.recovery.gov/transparency/pages/home.aspx?State=NY