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SEIU Education and Support Fund Inc Received Money via the Stimulus? Why?

The “Inc” leads one to believe there is another issue entirely but:

So did the American Taxpayers pay for this asinine stunt? Where are the Stimulus Funds as the record still shows:

Jobs Summary: None as of yet. (Total jobs reported: 0)

Project Status: Not Started

This award’s data was last updated on Sep. 6, 2009?

It doesn’t look as though any education is ongoing or has truly occurred! Unless Thug101 was up for grading in the “training”!

This project was for Worker Health and Safety Training Cooperative Agreement? It is described as:

Award Description: To integrate the Project’s hazardous materials emergency training from its Parent Grant into existing workforce development training programs for healthcare. This will be accomplished through collaboration with the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), a decade-long partnership of SEIU Local Unions and healthcare employers. The Supplemental Project will use existing classes and class materials from the Parent Grant. The Project will access the target population through the unique conduit provided to SEIU ESF by the national network of local unions of the Service Employees International Union. It will build on its existing and strong relationship with one consortium partner from the Parent Grant, the SEIU1199 Training Fund in New York while expanding into new geographic areas for training healthcare workers through the H-CAP. The second aim of this proposal is to accelerate the purchase of replacement equipment and supplies needed to prepare for an anticipated demand for the Project?s hazardous materials emergency training for state departments of transportation and facilities for highway maintenance crews that clean and maintain roads, highways, shoulders, bridges and roadsides and maintain vehicles and for waste water treatment and distribution workers. The four states (Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and New York) in which the Parent Program provides training have been allocated more than one billion dollars for transportation and water-related construction projects funded under the ARRA and are expected to create at least 10,000 new construction jobs.  Over the 13 month period of this Supplemental, the Project proposes to hire one full-time and one half-time staff, to train 932 healthcare workers and 160 state highway and water workers and add an additional 12 worker-trainers to our existing network under the Parent Grant. The Project will operate as a consortium, led by the SEIU ESF.

Project Description: To integrate the Project’s hazardous materials emergency training from its Parent Grant into existing workforce development training programs for healthcare. This will be accomplished through collaboration with the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), a decade-long partnership of SEIU Local Unions and healthcare employers. The Supplemental Project will use existing classes and class materials from the Parent Grant. The Project will access the target population through the unique conduit provided to SEIU ESF by the national network of local unions of the Service Employees International Union. It will build on its existing and strong relationship with one consortium partner from the Parent Grant, the SEIU1199 Training Fund in New York while expanding into new geographic areas for training healthcare workers through the H-CAP. The second aim of this proposal is to accelerate the purchase of replacement equipment and supplies needed to prepare for an anticipated demand for the Project?s hazardous materials emergency training for state departments of transportation and facilities for highway maintenance crews that clean and maintain roads, highways, shoulders, bridges and roadsides and maintain vehicles and for waste water treatment and distribution workers. The four states (Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and New York) in which the Parent Program provides training have been allocated more than one billion dollars for transportation and water-related construction projects funded under the ARRA and are expected to create at least 10,000 new construction jobs.  Over the 13 month period of this Supplemental, the Project proposes to hire one full-time and one half-time staff, to train 932 healthcare workers and 160 state highway and water workers and add an additional 12 worker-trainers to our existing network under the Parent Grant. The Project will operate as a consortium, led by the SEIU ESF.

Or is the money still circling around and through the administration slush fund and back again like:
OSHA cites Hilltop Health Center, seeks $24G fine
or is SEIU yet to earn it:
SEIU Unions Endorse Dannel Malloy For Governor In Large Boost For Campaign; Battle Of Unions Continues?

I’m sure it is just sloppy bookkeepingcough, cough

Remember to check your own city, county, state and see what’s not going on at StimulusWatch site for irregularities.

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Boston Are You Ready to Get Fired Up About Water?

Boston check this out http://stimuluswatch.org/2.0/search/awards
Go to the Awards tab and put in

Keywords: Water
Agency: Public
State: MA
City: BOSTON
Award Type:
Grant Drinking Water State Revolving Fund $52,216,000 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Understanding Static and Dynamic Heterogeneities in Confined Water $390,000 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Clean Water State Revolving Fund $133,057,300 Boston MA 0 0
Grant STIMULUS – MA Water Quality Management Planning $1,343,900 Boston MA 7 0
Grant Multimodal nanoagents $265,125 Boston MA 1 0
Grant Public Housing Capital Fund Recovery Competitive Grant $2,960,368 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Prospective Studies of Diet and Cancer in Men and Women $6,251,349 Boston MA 0 0
Grant FTIR STUDY OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION IN SENSORY RHODOPSINS $284,375 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Rehabilitation of Runway 9-27 $13,498,547 Boston MA 43 0
Grant Public Housing Capital Fund Recovery Competitive Grant $10,992,156 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Collaborative Research: Using Biogeochemical and Genetic Tools to Unravel the Environmental Controls of Nitrogen Fixation and Denitrification in Heterotrophic Marine Sediments $239,272 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Hairdresses’ Health Study $77,869 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Public Housing capital Fund Recovery Grant, Public Housing Modernization $33,329,733 Boston MA 48 0
Grant Collaborative research: Impacts of the changing seasonality of wind-driven mixing on the Arctic system $201,559 Boston MA 0 0
Grant A GLOBAL HEALTH FRAMEWORK AT TUFTS UNIVERSITY $107,958 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Collaborative Research: On the importance of Submesoscale processes for ocean productivity $462,651 Boston MA 0 0
Grant MULTIPARAMETRIC MRI OF CARTILAGE $10,945 Boston MA 0 0
Grant Microfluidic system screening $419,649 Boston MA 0 0

Are you fired up enough after “‘Boil-water’ order issued for nearly 2 million in Mass“? Where’s all that money and all those jobs?