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John Baker, DANA's Executive Vice President of Policy & Programs, will be updating you on important public policy matters as they happen. He will also post about the activities of the Governor, Delaware's General Assembly, local issues, hearings & meetings, and legislation that relates to DANA's Public Policy Agenda.

 

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Governor John Carney Released his Recommended Budget

Posted By Howard L. Keener, Jr., Thursday, March 23, 2017
Updated: Thursday, March 23, 2017

Governor John Carney released his recommended budget, the Joint Finance Committee and General Assembly will work on the best final version between now and June 30th.

As always, we strive to get breaking news to you. So here are the latest 2018 Delaware State Budget resources you can use to be in the know.

We will be examining this recommendation over the next couple of days and will keep you updated. 

“Our greatest concern is how these cuts will impact services to Delawareans, recognizing how strained the system has been by flat or decreasing funding that the sector has experienced  for many years” – Sheila Bravo, DANA’s CEO

DANA has been working on the financial challenges that face our Nonprofit Sector, meeting with our elected officials, engaging with Governor Carney and his transition team to present the Nonprofit Sector’s perspective, and planning action now that the budget course is more clear. The Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition (DRSC) “LOGO Letter” initiative led by DANA along with Delaware Grantmakers Association, Delaware Community Foundation, United Way of Delaware, Ability Network of DE, the UD-CCRS, and AFP-Brandywine.  We’ll update the LOGO Letter based on today’s budget release. This letter serves as the Nonprofit Sector’s call to action that we can all organize around , The Joint Finance Committee (JFC) Mark Up of the Budget and GIA is scheduled for May 22-31.   The DANA Annual Conference with Gov. Carney as Keynote is May 15th, and  Delaware’s Nonprofit Day is June 8th at The Mall Legislative Hall from 11am-1pm.

Key Dates:

May 15: DANA Annual Conference with Governor Carney, U.S. Delegation and Cabinet Secretaries Invited

June 8: Delaware’s Nonprofit Day at The Mall Legislative Hall Dover 11AM-1PM

Quick analysis:

The proposed Delaware State Budget presented Today at the Archives Building in Dover, proposes to balance the $386.6 Million budget gap through $192.8 Million in new revenue (described in the budget presentation linked below page 14).  This leaves $193.8 Million to come through cuts.  4.5% total reduction to “state agency discretionary funds” (see page 9 of budget presentation).  Grant-In-Aid (GIA) cuts of $5.19 Million (an 11% cut - Total GIA FY2017 $45.89 Mill.).  Pass Through cuts of $594,300.00 or 10% to all pass throughs in the operating budget, and reallocation of $3.695 Million to GIA from the operating budget.  This means the cut to GIA will be greater than 11%.   

In Governor Carney’s words:  “During my listening tour and morning coffee public sessions I heard that Delawareans were willing to have Revenue Increases as long as they were responsible and balanced with Spending Reductions.  Along with the proposals here today for FY2018’s Budget, the Government Efficiency and Accountability Review Board (GEAR) held its first meeting and will work to achieve efficiencies in future years”.  This balanced plan takes key steps toward structurally resolving the budget deficit not only for Fiscal Year 2018, but also by better positioning Delaware for the future,” said Governor Carney

To close a $386.6 Million shortfall and put the state on a path to sustainable budgets in the long-term, the proposal includes some increases in personal income tax (PIT) by eliminating itemized deductions and increasing the standard deduction 54% along with a couple of additional changes (we are exploring these details to better understand how this will affect nonprofits) including raising top PIT tax bracket by 0.2%. In addition, the Governor recommends an adjustment to the corporate franchise tax, and an increase in the cigarette tax of $1/pack. Details can be found in the administration’s budget presentation and total a $192.8 Million increase for the coming fiscal year 2018.

Get the Governor’s 2018 Budget Presentation HERE.  

 More detail:  http://budget.delaware.gov/budget/fy2018/documents/budget-reset-summary.pdf

Watch it live here:  http://governor.delaware.gov/budgetreset/

 

Know that DANA will be working on digesting this and engaging our Alliance…YOU!

You can always reach me at: jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

All the best - John


Tags:  Board Member  Budget  Calendar  DEFAC  Government  JFC  Joint Finance Committee 

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Grant-In-Aid Bill Is Here

Posted By John Baker, Friday, July 1, 2016

Good news from the last day of the 148th Session of Delaware’s General Assembly: The Grant-In-Aid bill passed as presented and described in my blog from Tuesday. Check it out here.

Thanks again to our extraordinary legislators who went to bat for the sector in a very tough budgetary year.

We’ll be starting on the 2018 State Budget and funding in July, with the Office of Management and Budget’s new director. We'll be meeting with the Cabinet Secretaries in August, and working to maintain our momentum and build our partnerships to strengthen contractual relationships and other funding sources for the important work you do in the nonprofit sector. Delaware’s a great place to live because of you and our strong partnerships, and is growing stronger everyday through our alliance.

As always, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to me at jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org or 302-777-5500.

-John

Tags:  General Assembly  Grant-in-Aid  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits 

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Thank you Joint Finance Committee!

Posted By John Baker, Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The Joint Finance Committee truly demonstrated the high regard they have for the great work of the nonprofit sector by voting in a $2.8 million increase to the Grant-In-Aid bill (GIA) – SB295. Details should be available late Tuesday or early Wednesday, so you can see how your organization fared.  Thank you also to the Controller General’s Office and Analysts who visited more GIA applicants than ever before.  Finally, thank you to the Delaware Office of Management and Budget (OMB) which worked tirelessly on GIA.


You can view the GIA SB 295 details as they’re released here:  http://www.legis.delaware.gov/


Thanks to each of you for your deliberate engagement in the various nonprofit sector initiatives this year:  Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition, the “Advocacy Logo Letter”, the October Nonprofit Forum, the Annual Budget Update, Nonprofit Day, Social Media campaign “Partners In A Stronger Delaware, and using “Voter Voice”.  Thank you to each of you for your focused efforts to engage your organizations, staff, boards, volunteers, and clients to communicate your value to Delaware’s quality of life.


Now, please take the time and send thank you notes, letters, emails, tweets, etc. to let the Joint Finance Committee members feel your gratitude.  In a year as tight as this one has been, the JFC had to make some very tough choices and they chose to recognize the nonprofits in Grant-In-Aid that demonstrated results.

 

This is a big win as we continue to build awareness and recognition of the important services you provide.  This win is a good start as we continue our efforts to build stronger relationships with our Government Partners.  We’ll keep you updated as we prepare for the 2018 Delaware State Budget.  We will be meeting with OMB, Departments, and other government officials starting in July and running through the budget development cycle, maintaining the momentum we’ve built this year to strengthen our sector and Delaware for the future.

 

As always, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to me at jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org or 302-777-5500.


-John

Tags:  budget  Delaware  government  Grant-in-Aid  Joint Finance Committee  Nonprofit 

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DEFAC Down Again

Posted By John Baker, Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Hello All,

The DEFAC forecast just came in and the funds available for appropriation are down by $700,000; not as bad as it could have been, but not good like past years when this last report would tick up.

Sheila and I have been in deep discussions with Joint Finance Committee (JFC) members and our other Senators and Representatives as they prepare to finalize the Budget, Bond, and Grant-In-Aid Bills. They’re commending many of you on your efforts to communicate your successful outcomes.

The social media campaign trumpeting your successes continues to roll through Delaware. #‎OurDelaware ‪#‎PartnersInAstrongerDelaware Many of you have sent us powerful images and stories that we’ve been able to get out to our public officials over social media. Keep them coming and we thank you!

Contact your JFC Members and Legislators

As you saw in the letter we sent you Monday morning from the JFC Co-Chair, Melanie George Smith, she intends to try to make any necessary cuts based on the JFC member recommendations, as opposed to “across-the-board.” Because of this, it’s that much more important for you and your boards, staff, and clients to reach out to them and make certain they know your great outcomes. Carefully craft a brief message for them to use in emails and phone messages, in 3 or 4 sentence talking points, that state how you make your clients lives better, as well as what the impact a 5% or 10% funding cut would have on the services you provide, or how a 5% or 10% cut in funding could impact employment at your nonprofit.

The final meeting for the Grant-In-Aid Bill will be on Tuesday, June 28 at 12:30 pm in the JFC Meeting Room at Legislative Hall, Dover, DE.

Voter Voice – We’ve added this new tool for your convenience in getting your important messages to your elected officials.  You can just send this link along with your specific talking points (for them to add to the Voter Voice message) to your board, staff, volunteers, and clients and they can send a message to your elected officials.  

Here’s the list of the Joint Finance Committee Assignments, that we sent out to you in May. Download the file here.

As always, reach out to me with any questions or comments: jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

-John

Tags:  DEFAC  Delaware  Joint Finance Committee  Legislative Hall  nonprofits 

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Nonprofit letter to Joint Finance Committee and General Assembly

Posted By John Baker, Friday, June 10, 2016

Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition and the Delaware Nonprofit Sector

Letter to the State Budget Writing Joint Finance Committee and the General Assembly

The Joint Finance Committee completed their two weeks of “Marking Up” the State Budget last Thursday by about 9pm. They’re holding Grant-In-Aid until after the June 20 DEFAC Forecast. The Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition (DANA, Delaware Community Foundation, Delaware Grantmakers Association, United Way, UD CCRS, Ability Network of Delaware, and AFP) has updated our Advocacy letter that you all signed onto by sending your logos that we’ve included in the letter. Please check it out here. It carries the same message as the one you received at the October 19, 2015 Nonprofit Forum. The letter is to the Joint Finance Committee members and more broadly the General Assembly members. The key message is that nonprofits are efficient, effective, innovative partners in contributing to Delaware’s quality of life. It includes specific requests that the JFC and General Assembly consider the revenue recommendations of the special DEFAC Report issued May 2015 to meet the budget gap of $72.8 million, instead of achieving it through cuts that include cuts to nonprofit contracts, pass-throughs, and Grant-In-Aid. 

As always, please reach out to me with any questions or comments at: jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

-John

Tags:  budget  DEFAC  General Assembly  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits 

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Budget Crisis Updates

Posted By John Baker, Thursday, May 26, 2016

I will be posting more frequent blogs over the next 6 weeks as critical budget information that impacts the Delaware nonprofit sector becomes available. That said, I have the latest on Delaware’s budget crunch, following on the heels of the May 26 Delaware Economic Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) forecast. 

The new total budget gap has swollen nearly $45 million to a total of $75.3 million. The Joint Finance Committee (JFC) cancelled their May 24 public start of their “Mark Up” of the Governor's proposed budget, and instead met privately to grapple with a new course forward. JFC started their public budget mark-up meeting yesterday (Wednesday), handling general initial review of the current financial challenges and began to review the major sections of the budget bill. 

The take-away from yesterday’s JFC meeting was the question that resounded through the chamber time and time again: “What is the Outcome of the Program?”

As you communicate with your JFC Members, Controller General Analysts, Representatives, and Senators, be certain to talk about and include your OUTCOMES.

To support the Delaware Nonprofit Sector, DANA and the Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition are launching the “Our Delaware” series to get your stories of success out to the public, and more particularly to JFC members and the General Assembly. We’ve already started receiving your images and stories as the result of our email call for them yesterday. If you haven’t sent yours, send it today. Plus we’ll be updating the “Logo Letter” so if you haven’t sent us your logo, do it now.

On May 18, over 100 of you turned out for Nonprofit Day. Thank you! Now together, we’ll continue to build on this success.

As always, please reach out to me with any questions or comments at: jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

-John

 

Tags:  budget  DEFAC  Delaware  Grant-in-Aid  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits 

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Grant-In-Aid plus Nonprofit Day

Posted By John Baker, Wednesday, April 27, 2016

As I’m certain you know, because I’ve seen a lot of you in in Leg. Hall, it’s been a busy period in Dover. Sheila Bravo and I have been busy meeting with General Assembly Leadership and members (Sen. Blevins, Rep. Schwartzkopf, Rep. Longhurst, Sen. Hall-Long), and Joint Finance Committee Members & staff (George-Smith, McDowell, Bushweller, Peterson, Cloutier, Carson, Kenton, Lawson) with the balance to follow. These meetings are critical as we work to preserve overall funding in the budget for contracts, the $2.3 Million “Nonprofit Partner” funds the Governor included in his budget, and the Grant-In-Aid funds.

The Delaware Economic Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) on April 18th held the forecast pretty stable with only a $9 million decrease since December, due mainly to revenues adjustments related Dupont. May and June’s reports will be important to watch.

This week has been the Bond Committee Hearings with no surprises as of this blog writing.

The Grant-In-Aid Committee Assignments are out, so be sure to review these assignments and reach out to the assigned staff and legislators responsible for your GIA application. Download the file here.

Delaware Nonprofit Day is Wednesday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Legislative Hall. It's free to attend, but be sure to register in advance for this important event! They’ll be Government Tributes & Declarations by Leadership as well as lunch served. Be ready to advocate because Government Leadership and your General Assembly members will be present for you to speak with. Bring your staff, volunteers, and clients to demonstrate the strength of the Nonprofit Sector to our elected officials.  The day is a Coalition Effort with DANA, United Way of Delaware, Delaware Community Foundation, Delaware Grantmakers Association, UD’s CCRS, and AFP.

Joint Finance Committee’s Budget Markup begins the week following Delaware Nonprofit Day so let’s turn out in force and make our voices heard.

As always, please reach out to me with any questions or comments at: jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

-John

Tags:  Delaware Nonprofit Day  Grant-in-Aid  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits 

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Updates from Dover

Posted By John Baker, Thursday, March 24, 2016

As I’m certain you know, because I’ve seen most of you in in Leg. Hall, it’s been a busy period in Dover with February’s month-of-Joint-Finance-Committee (JFC) hearings. Kudos to all of you who gave testimony or made statements to the JFC. We’ve had the opportunity to meet with each of the committee members and they confirm that, even with the improved revenue forecasts compared to September’s, it’s still going to be a challenging year for all funding, including Grant-In-Aid. The takeaway here is to make sure you continue talking with the JFC members, your General Assembly members and the Controller General's staffer that’s reviewing your application. We’ll post these assignments as soon as they’re out, which is usually in late April. 

Sheila and I have also been meeting with the General Assembly Leadership including Senate President Pro Tempore Blevins, House Speaker Schwartzkopf, and House Majority Leader Longhurst. We have appointments with remaining leaders and members throughout April and May. Our message: that nonprofits are important and key partners with government, which has been acknowledged and strongly affirmed.

We’re also gearing up for Nonprofit Day on May 18 at  Legislative Hall in Dover so mark your calendars. This year we’ll have the formal presentations by the Governor and General Assembly Leadership, but we’re also working with our coalition partners, Ability Network of Delaware, United Way of Delaware, Delaware Community Foundation, Delaware Grantmakers Association, University of Delaware’s CCRS, and AFP-Brandywine Chapter, to have as many employees, clients, volunteers, and supporters come out for a Nonprofit Rally on Nonprofit Day. The rally will be on the steps of Legislative Hall and will include the presentation of a Joint Resolution of the General Assembly that recognizes the day as Delaware Nonprofit Day. It will be important to have as many of our supporters present for this portion of the programming so that our elected officials see the power of the nonprofit sector! Mark your calendars for May 18 from 11am to 11:30am for the Rally and 12-1 for the formal program with your Executive Directors and Board Chairs in the Senate Majority Meeting Room. Click the hyperlink above to register!

We were at the Monday, March 21 Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) meeting where we learned that the forecast for the “98% Appropriation Limit” decreased by $12.6 million from the December forecast, due to the recognition of the “Delaware Competes Act” and the decreased corporate and Personal Income Tax related to Dupont changes. The April and May DEFAC reports are expected to improve, given no additional losses of major employers.

Wednesday, March 23 was the hearing of Senate Bill 39 on proposed minimum wage increases, in the House Economic Development Committee. The bill did not make it out of committee. There was a great deal of support expressed for the working poor, but there was also strong concern expressed about the tenuous nature of our economic recovery and that now was not a time to make this change. There was discussion that the “Earned Income Tax Credits” may be a better way to address the challenges of the working poor in Delaware. DANA provided our statement: that we believe in addressing the challenges of the working poor, but given that our economic models are so dependent upon our partnership and contracts with government, the sector will first need to see increases in our contracts.

Remember that the Delaware Presidential Primary Election is on April 26, 2016. After the primaries, DANA will be surveying the candidates for state-wide public office about their support for the nonprofit sector. We’ll then get the results out to you in a Nonprofit Sector Voter’s Guide prior to the General Elections on November 8, 2016.

As always, please reach out to me with any questions or comments at: jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

-John

Tags:  Board of Directors  Delaware Nonprofit Day  General Assembly  Governor  Grant-in-Aid  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits 

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Annual Budget Update LIVE and more from Dover

Posted By John Baker, Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Hi All –

Register HERE for the DANA Free Event of the Season…The Annual Budget Update on Wednesday, February 17 (next week!) with OMB, DHSS, Kids Dept., JFC, and Advocacy! This is always a really popular and packed event, so don't miss the opportunity to reserve your seat.

I also have a number of updates for you from Dover:

We’ve just entered the second week out of the four weeks of JFC’s Hearings. Check the calendar here. 

Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition

The report of the “Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition – Expenditure Review Committee” is in. Find it here.

There is no issue too tough for the nonprofit sector. They're continuing work to achieve efficiencies in Criminal Justice, Medicaid, Foster Care, State Personnel, School Districts, and Central and Fleet Services.

Report Conclusion:       

“Delaware state government has undertaken substantial actions to control costs in recent years, which has mirrored national trends.  Given continued costs pressures, the Committee believes it important to maintain this focus.  While many of the recommendations require further study and analysis, they provide a general course of action that should meet the Committee’s charge to identify opportunities to provide services more efficiently, effectively or at less cost to taxpayers.” 

The report focused and issued recommendations on:

1. Outcomes-based Approaches for the following:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Medicaid
  • Foster Care program

2. Personnel Cost Containment

3. Use of Consolidation, Sharing and/or Centralized Services

  • School Districts
  • Government central services to include other fleets

Leadership Meetings

Sheila and I met with Senate President Pro Tempore, Patricia Blevins and Speaker of the House Pete Schwartzkopf and updated them on the challenges of the sector and the good work of the sector-wide Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition.

They both acknowledged the good news of the Governor including in his budget proposed increases to Contracts and pass-throughs with the “Nonprofit Partners” Line of 1% or $2.3 Million, as well as holding the Grant-In-Aid line level at $43 Million.

They both also emphasized the need for heavy advocacy from the whole sector to maintain these items in the budget. So keep engaged with the Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition and DANA. The next event you can participate in on this front is the Annual Budget Update next week (see the full agenda below), then March 23rd at a DelARF day in Dover, and attending Nonprofit Day and Rally on May 18th at Legislative Hall in Dover, 11am-1pm. More details to follow, but you can reserve your spot now by clicking here.

State of the Sector to Joint Finance Committee 

We’re finalizing the date near the end of February on which Sheila  will present to the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) about the “State of the Nonprofit Sector.”

Annual Budget Update Agenda

8:30 – 9:00am     Registration/Continental Breakfast – Courtesy of Nemours Foundation

9:00 - 9:15am      Welcoming remarks – Sheila Bravo, President & CEO of DANA

9:15 – 9:20am     Moderator: George Meldrum, Nemours

9:20 – 9:45am     Bert Scoglietti, Office of Management and Budget

9:45 – 10:00am   Rep. Melanie George Smith, Co-Chair Joint Finance Committee (JFC)

                                (General Assembly’s Outlook on the Budget)

10:00 – 10:30       Kevin Kelley, Division of Health and Social Services (DHSS)

10:30 – 11:00       Kate Carlson, Department of Services for Children Youth and their Families (DSCYF)

11:00 – 11:30       Rebecca Kidner, ESQ., Registered Lobbyist, Government Relations

                                 (Advocacy – The Opportunity for Voice and Legal Concerns)

11:30 - 11:50am   The Legislative Budget Cycle

                                 (John Baker, EVP for Public Policy & Programs, DANA)

11:50- 12:00pm    Closing remarks - George Meldrum, Nemours Foundation


As always, if you have any questions call or email me: 302.777.5500  jbaker@delawarenonprofit.org

-John

Tags:  budget  Delaware  Delaware Nonprofit Day  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits  Revenue 

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Governor Markell’s Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Proposal

Posted By John Baker, Friday, January 29, 2016

Sheila and I were there for the Governor’s Budget Presentation in Dover yesterday afternoon and here are the highlights for the Nonprofit Sector:

Governor Markell presented his budget for Fiscal Year 2017. Now the General Assembly and Joint Finance Committee (JFC) will begin hearings, starting on February 2, to draft the final budget bill, Grant-In-Aid bill, and Bond Bill to be passed on June 30. Check the JFC meeting calendar here.

We need to recognize the Governor, his Cabinet, Legislators and all of your efforts that resulted in the Governor including a “Nonprofit Partner” line in his budget. This resonates the language that we have been using at DANA and with the Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition. What we're doing is working! This line-item is $2.3 million to fund a 1% increase for state nonprofit providers of services to clients. This is truly the power of working in coalition with the broad nonprofit sector, a Governor, Staff, and Legislators that understand the value of partnership with nonprofits.

Now we must continue to work in coalition to preserve this “Nonprofit Partner” line as the budget moves to the Joint Finance Committee and hearings begin on February 2.

The Governor also proposed level funding for Grant-In-Aid, with no decrease to the $43 million budget line.

Get the whole budget presentation slides here.

Check the details of the budget here at the OMB site.

“Nonprofit Partners” – See it at the bottom of this document. 

 

Key Dates and Programs for DANA and Delaware Revenue Solutions Coalition (DRSC) to mark on your calendars:
(Other programs and dates will be published as they become available from Coalition Partners.)

January 29: Expenditure Committee Recommendations
Report is due out Friday, January 29 so watch this Blog for breaking news.

February 17: DANA’s Annual Budget Update & Advocacy Program 
Wednesday, February 17 -
 9:00 a.m. to Noon at Wilmington University Dover Campus – Free, but register ahead of time on the DANA website calendar of events. Presentations by Office of Management and Budget, DHSS, DSCYF, Joint Finance Committee Co-Chair Melanie George Smith, and Rebecca Kidner, Advocate and Lobbyist.

May 18: Nonprofit Day and Rally
Wednesday, May 18 – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Legislative Hall, Dover, DE

 

Tags:  budget  General Assembly  Governor  Grant-in-Aid  Joint Finance Committee  nonprofits  Office of Management and Budget 

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