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FY 2002 Awards

state: all states 
year: 2002 
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records found: 25 

1.

PatchWorx, Inc.
To create an online network for children who have a critical illness or a serious disability and help them develop coping skills, find information, and become more pro-active patients.
October 1, 2002; San Mateo, CA; $426,000

 

2.

University of California-Los Angeles
Neighborhood Knowledge California (NKCA) Telecommunication Project: To assemble a wide variety of public and private databases to expand opportunities for home ownership through fair housing and lending research, education, and policy development.
October 1, 2002; Los Angeles, CA; $700,000

 

3.

Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative
DC Health Care For You: To create a virtual health advocacy center devoted to reducing barriers to health care access.
October 1, 2002; Washington, DC; $327,635

 

4.

City of Chicago
The Greenhouse Project: To develop a model for reducing radio frequency congestion and increasing interoperability among urban first responders by using broadband wireless technology.
October 1, 2002; Chicago, IL; $396,000

 

5.

Indiana University
Making Communities SAVI: To use adaptive systems technology to help underserved communities access relevant and understandable data to address quality of life issues.
October 1, 2002; Indianapolis, IN; $504,954

 

6.

Gulf of Maine Aquarium
Vital Signs: To create a collaborative model for environmental monitoring using wireless, handheld technology to collect and share aquatic information.
October 1, 2002; Portland, ME; $364,911

 

7.

Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.
MassKidCare.Net: To establish a comprehensive digital network for inner city child care providers that offers e-commerce tools and a childcare provider matchmaking capacity.

October 1, 2002; Boston, MA; $705,000

 

8.

Eastern Michigan University
WebPolis Consortium: To use enhanced Internet technologies to provide greater community involvement in local decision-making for citizens and government officials.
October 1, 2002; Ypsilanti, MI; $241,185

 

9.

Grace Hill Settlement House
Member Organized Resource Exchange: To help Head Start families acquire the knowledge and skills needed to obtain education and health care.
October 1, 2002; St. Louis, MO; $390,148

 

10.

Applied Information Management Institute
Nebraska CyberSeed Project: To expand economic development and job creation in an agriculturally-based economy.
October 1, 2002; Omaha, NE; $675,000

 

11.

Regional Development Corporation
e-Plaza: To develop a web-based collaboration for Northern New Mexico's agricultural community by increasing links between local stakeholders and increasing access to resources.
October 1, 2002; Santa Fe, NM; $360,390

 

12.

New York University
New York City Housing and Neighborhood Information Systems: To equip local housing organizations and community development corporations with online tools to secure quality, affordable housing more efficiently.
October 1, 2002; New York, NY; $457,000

 

13.

Seedco
The Worker's Individualized Support Tool: Using an innovative online tool to help low wage earners migrate to sustained employment.


October 1, 2002; New York, NY; $298,387

 

14.

North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center, Inc.
Local E-Government Utilization Project (LEG-UP): To develop and deploy online e-government tools in rural, underserved counties and municipal governments in North Carolina.
October 1, 2002; Raleigh, NC; $700,000

 

15.

Cleveland Housing Network
Bringing Information Technology Home: An interactive technology program that builds capacity for successful home ownership and financial strength among underserved low-income families in Cleveland.

October 1, 2002; Cleveland, OH; $504,000

 

16.

Ekklesia Development Corporation
Project GILEAD: To develop the nation's first online service linking faith-based human service providers and their clientele in Cincinnati, Ohio.
October 1, 2002; Cincinnati, OH; $510,000

 

17.

Lane Council of Governments
To create an online tool for local decision-makers that maps the flow of offenders from initial law enforcement contact to release from supervision.
October 1, 2002; Eugene, OR; $391,832

 

18.

University of Pittsburgh
To develop a gateway that delivers information from any web site, whatever its level of accessibility, to people with vision impairments and other disabilities.
October 1, 2002; Pittsburgh, PA; $490,000

 

19.

Emery Water Conservancy District
To develop an interactive network to help resolve land use conflicts and improve security and public safety.
October 1, 2002; Castle Dale, UT; $369,600

 

20.

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
stART smART: To develop an online community that provides and sustains professional development opportunities in literacy and the performing arts for early childhood educators.
October 1, 2002; Vienna, VA; $705,000

 

21.

Kalispel Tribe of Indians
To develop broadband digital network technologies to assist Indian tribes in eastern Washington preserve and sustain their shared tribal culture, history, and language.
October 1, 2002; Usk, WA; $505,000

 

22.

Harrison County Board of Education
Project SAFE (School Action for Emergencies): To give emergency responders access to video images from cameras located inside schools via laptops while en route, as well as onsite, and from a county command center.
October 1, 2002; Clarksburg, WV; $442,000

 

23.

WV Commission for National and Community Service
ConnectWV Online Volunteer System: To create an Internet-based tool that matches volunteers to local community needs, including disaster response.
October 1, 2002; Charleston, WV; $630,000

 

24.

PIER Wisconsin
PIER Wisconsin: To develop a digitally networked coalition of organizations serving the public on Great Lakes, freshwater, environmental, and natural resource issues.
October 1, 2002; Milwaukee, WI; $700,000

 

25.

State of Wisconsin
To promote food safety and disease surveillance by integrating Wisconsin's information systems data into a cohesive system.

October 1, 2002; Madison, WI; $620,000