Ed. Tech.

FACTS ON NJ E-RATE FUNDING COMMITMENTS - YEAR TWO, WAVE TWO

Year Two Summary

Wave Two Details

July 15, 1999

NATIONAL INFORMATION

  • More than 32,000 applications were received for the Year 2 Universal Service Fund.
  • This second wave notified agencies that submitted approximately 900 applications.
  • Total amount of Universal Service Funds committed nationally in the form of a discount on eligible services for this wave: approximately $16 million.

 

NEW JERSEY INFORMATION

  • Total amount of Universal Service Funds committed to New Jersey in the form of a discount on eligible services in this wave: $209,346.04. Total amount committed to New Jersey at this time: $2,665,952.56, which is 2.5% of national total (approximately $105 million).
  • Total number of awards in NJ for wave two: 24.
  • Number of agencies notified in this second wave: 14. (NJ comprised 1.6% of the total national funded applications.)
  • Many agencies filed more than one application for separate services in the following categories:

Public School Districts: 10
Non-Public Schools: 3
Public Libraries: 1

Top 10 Awards:

DISTRICT

TOWN

COUNTY

DISCOUNT

AMOUNT*

# OF AWARDS

Passaic County Vocational-Technical High School

Wayne

Passaic

80

$100,387.20

4

West Deptford Township School District

Paulsboro

Gloucester

40

$35,817.60

2

South Orange Maplewood Board of Education

Maplewood

Essex

45

$27, 957.88

2

Camden COunty E-Rate Consortium (see wave details)

Camden

40

$12,883.10

4

Wallkill Valley Regional High School

Hamburg

Sussex

40

$8,160.00

1

Little Falls Township School District

Little Falls

Passaic

40

$8,000.00

1

Cresskill School District

Cresskill

Bergen

40

$4,320.00

2

Morris County Vocational-Technical School District

Denville

Morris

20

$2,608.29

2

Our Lady of Mount Carmel-Passaic

Passaic

Passaic

90

$2,268.00

1

Hanover Park Regional High School District

East Hanover

Morris

20

$2,199.17

1

*Amount = Funds committed in the form of a discount on eligible services (telecommunications and dedicated services, Internet access, and internal connections).