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Title: CURRENT MOBILIZATIONS


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CURRENT MOBILIZATIONS TOTAL DEPLOYMENTS
MDATE MSAD UNIT OPN PAX MISSION Return Date
31MAY13 03JUN13 JFHQ SFAAT (2CR) OEF-A 7 Combat Advisor 01 APR 14
31MAY13 03JUN13 JFHQ SFAAT (2CR) OEF-A 2 Combat Advisor Late APR 14
PAANG Total As of 25 MAR 14
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As of 2 Apr 14
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UNIT MOBILIZATIONS / TOTAL DEPLOYMENTS
ARNG Units in Theater 9 ARNG Units at MOB/DEMOB
Site 0 ARNG Individual Mob 13 Total ARNG Mob 22
Current ANG Unit Airmen Mob 278 Current ANG
Individual Mob 22 Total ANG Mob 179
Total PANG Mobilized 314
As of 2 Apr 14
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VETERANS TRUST FUND
Source Month Year To Date
Checkoff Donations 32,687.95 446,294.00
HOV License Plate 30.00 19,680.00
Interest 0.00 2,180.01
VTF Grants 0.00 0.00
VINTA 0.00 0.00
PENN DOT Costs 0.00 0.00
Total number of HOV License plates sold
YTD 1,312 Press Release Identifying
Grant Awards was released on Monday, 24 March
2014. As grant awards are finalized
we will provide updated expenditures by
month. PENNDOT Costs Total projection
979,000 however, PENNDOT has agreed not to bill
more than original projection in the
amount of 966,000. To date, 190,000 paid to
PENNDOT from General Governmental
Operating (GGO) therefore, outstanding balance
of 776,000 is payable over the next 5
Years.
As of 25 Mar14
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ACT 66 SUMMARY
FY 13 - 14 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 13 - 14 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 13 - 14 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 13 - 14 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 13 - 14 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary Year to Date
  1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr  
ODAGVA 1,648 1,601 1,605 0 4,854
Act 66 3,828 3,078 1,995 0 8,901
Total 5,476 4,679 3,600 0 13,755
Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries  
ODAGVA 19,123,495.00 18,806,739.00 10,746,753.00 0.00 48,676,987.00
Act 66 25,974,879.00 20,670,859.00 10,880,955.00 0.00 57,526,693.00
Total 45,098,374.00 39,477,598.00 21,627,708.00 0.00 106,203,680.00
FY 12 13 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 12 13 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 12 13 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 12 13 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary FY 12 13 Claims, Compensation and Pension Summary Year to Date
  1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr  
ODAGVA 1,783 1,763 1,791 1,631 6968
Act 66 2,183 1,992 2,173 1,813 8161
Total 3,966 3,755 3,964 3,444 15,129
Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries Year to Date Recoveries  
ODAGVA 19,382,355.00 12,172,277.00 14,999,505.00 16,127,194.00 62,681,331.00
Act 66 22,790,504.00 16,299,798.00 18,550,738.00 22,763,271.00 80,404,311.00
Total 42,172,859.00 28,472,075.00 33,550,243.00 38,890,465.00 143,085,624.00
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As of 24 Mar 14
5
OUTREACH ENGAGEMENTS
Outreach Statistics Outreach Statistics Outreach Statistics Outreach Statistics Outreach Statistics Outreach Statistics
  1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr  Year to Date
Outreach Events Supported 25 26 11 0 62
Mobile Outreach Van Events 19 15 6 0 40
Veteran Interactions 5,709 4,509 633 0 10,851
Claim referrals to County Directors and Service Organizations 1866 1244 498 0 3,608
Legislator Attended Events 10 6 2 0 18
Notes Second outreach van will be operational in April Congressman Dent attended the 8th annual Harrisburg Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Judy Schwank attended the Berks County Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Solobay and Senator Brewster Veteran eventsUpcoming Events April June Kutztown University Veterans Center open house, State Senate and Representative Events (Various) Veterans Resource Expo Erie, IRR Muster, DOC Health Fair, HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest Annville Parade, Womens Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes Notes Second outreach van will be operational in April Congressman Dent attended the 8th annual Harrisburg Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Judy Schwank attended the Berks County Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Solobay and Senator Brewster Veteran eventsUpcoming Events April June Kutztown University Veterans Center open house, State Senate and Representative Events (Various) Veterans Resource Expo Erie, IRR Muster, DOC Health Fair, HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest Annville Parade, Womens Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes Notes Second outreach van will be operational in April Congressman Dent attended the 8th annual Harrisburg Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Judy Schwank attended the Berks County Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Solobay and Senator Brewster Veteran eventsUpcoming Events April June Kutztown University Veterans Center open house, State Senate and Representative Events (Various) Veterans Resource Expo Erie, IRR Muster, DOC Health Fair, HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest Annville Parade, Womens Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes Notes Second outreach van will be operational in April Congressman Dent attended the 8th annual Harrisburg Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Judy Schwank attended the Berks County Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Solobay and Senator Brewster Veteran eventsUpcoming Events April June Kutztown University Veterans Center open house, State Senate and Representative Events (Various) Veterans Resource Expo Erie, IRR Muster, DOC Health Fair, HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest Annville Parade, Womens Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes Notes Second outreach van will be operational in April Congressman Dent attended the 8th annual Harrisburg Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Judy Schwank attended the Berks County Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Solobay and Senator Brewster Veteran eventsUpcoming Events April June Kutztown University Veterans Center open house, State Senate and Representative Events (Various) Veterans Resource Expo Erie, IRR Muster, DOC Health Fair, HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest Annville Parade, Womens Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes Notes Second outreach van will be operational in April Congressman Dent attended the 8th annual Harrisburg Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Judy Schwank attended the Berks County Homeless Veteran Stand Down Senator Solobay and Senator Brewster Veteran eventsUpcoming Events April June Kutztown University Veterans Center open house, State Senate and Representative Events (Various) Veterans Resource Expo Erie, IRR Muster, DOC Health Fair, HVH Open House, MT. Carmel Police Fest Annville Parade, Womens Veterans Symposium, Lebanon Street Fair, State Vet Homes
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6
GOVERNORS ADVISORY COUNCIL ON VETERANS SERVICES
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As 31 Mar 14
7
OFFICE OF CHIEF COUNSEL - REGULATION UPDATE
  • Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption
  • DRAFT 43 Pa. Code Ch. 5, Subch. C, distributed
    to members
  • First draft of suggested changes to regulations
    on Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption
    Program
  • Main goal is to bring the regulations into
    conformity with statutory changes and to clarify
    some issues.

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As of 25 Mar 14
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OFFICE OF CHIEF COUNSEL REGULATION UPDATE
  • Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption
  • DRAFT Regulations
  • Main Changes
  • Update definitions
  • - Added definitions of war and armed
    conflict
  • - Clarified definition of income
  • - Clarified process
  • - Codified 5-acre presumption in
    regulations
  • Home Work for SVC
  • Review draft and submit suggestions
  • Prepare to vote on regulations at June 14
    meeting

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As of 25 Mar 14
9
DMVA Legislative Affairs
  • Current Legislative Priorities
  • Amputee and Paralyzed Veteran Pension - SB 1129
    Senate VAEP 21OCT13
  • Educational Assistance Program (EAP) SB 1115
    Senate VAEP 19NOV13
  • Military Physician Incentive Program - SB 403
    House VAEP 19NOV13
  • Military Family Relief Assistance SB 923 House
    VAEP 9 DEC14
  • Sell/Convey - Hunt/Pine Grove Armories- HB
    1944/Metcalfe-referred to House State Gov. Comm.
    8JAN14 reported as committed 14JAN14- 28JAN
    final passage (UNANIMOUS)
  • VTF Amendment
  • VINTA change in Statute Chapter 85 Veterans
    Emergency Assistance
  • Randolph-Sheppard amending to add an exemption
    for State Veterans Homes (SVH)

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10
DMVA Legislative Affairs
  • Proposed Legislative Priorities
  • Motorcycle License Plate SB 1146 re-referred to
    Approps. 19 Mar 14
  • b. Volunteer Behavioral Health SB 81 Senate
    final passage 23OCT13 House Professional
    Licensure 29OCT13 / HB 43 House Consumer
    Protection Prof. Licensure Comm. 19JUL13
  • Youth Challenge Program
  • Current Legislation of Interest
  • Education/PA Residency to Military/Veterans
    Rep. Barrar HB 472 (Sen. Ed)
  • Priority Registration for Current Military
    Service Personnel and Veterans HB 1164/Rep.
    Murt (First consideration)
  • Military Leave of Absence (M) designation for
    withdrawal HB 1460 /
    Rep Gillen (Sen. Ed)

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11
DMVA Legislative Affairs
Current Legislation of Interest d. Developing
Opportunities in Veterans Education DOVE
Program SB 1004 / Sen. Baker (Sen. Ed)
Recommending Amendment e. Providing for
Transfer Articulation Oversight Committee SB
232/Sen. Dinniman (Sen. Ed) f. Local Earned
Income Tax for Active Duty Pay SB 803/Sen.
Baker (Sen. Approps.) and HB 481/Rep. Kauffman
(House Finance) g. Veterans Lottery Game HB
1205/Rep Barrar on tabled calendar 31 Mar 14
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BUREAU OF VETERANS HOMES
  • Total State Veterans Homes Occupancy 90
  • - Total State Veterans Homes Non-Veteran
    Census Percentage 10
  • State Veterans Homes Nursing Care (NC) /
    Dementia (DEM) Occupancy 94
  • State Veterans Homes Personal Care (PC) /
    Domiciliary (DOM) Occupancy 78

Source of National Data Department of Veterans
Affairs nation-wide census report for State
Veterans Homes.
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BLIND VETERANS PENSION
  • Provides eligible blind veterans a pension of
    150.00 per month.
  • Entitlement ends at death.

Legislation Statute 51 Pa C.S. Ch
77 Procedures 43 Pa Code Ch 5 Subchapter D
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BLIND VETERANS PENSION
  • VETERANS ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
  • Served in the military honorably
  • Resident of Pennsylvania upon entering the
    military
  • Suffered a service-related injury or incurred a
    disease which resulted in loss
  • of vision
  • Visual acuity with the best correcting lens is
    3/60 or 10/200 or
  • equivalent or less normal vision
    in the better eye.
  • Includes circumstances where the widest diameter
    of the visual field of
  • the better eye has contracted to
    an angular distance of not greater
  • than 20º.

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BLIND VETERANS PENSION
  • What is needed to apply
  • Completed application (MA-VA 60)
  • Copy of a DD214
  • VA form 3288 for Blind Pension
  • VA rating decision or code sheet if available
  • Blind Veterans Pension Medical Assessment form

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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
222,000
Lapse 5,550 Projected Expenditure 36,300 Expen
ded 180,150
115 Claimants
116 Claimants
123 Claimants Projected
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
As of 15 Jan 14
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
200,000
Lapse 0 Projected Expenditures 76,287 Expended
123,713
165 Claimants on the program
222 Claimants
274 Claimants
366 ClaimantsProjected
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
101,000
Lapse 0 Projected Expenditure
20,000 Expended 81,000


93 claimants on the program
As of 15 Jan 14
90 Claimants
94 Claimants
101 ClaimantsProjected
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
As of 15 Jan 14
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
As of 15 Jan 14
168 New Applications Received since January 16,
2014
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
Total Applications 10,443 Payments Sent
8,159 Total Payments 3,469,712.50 Average
Payment 425.26 Average Processing Time
4.52 days
As of 15 Jan 14
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
OVERALL MFRAP CONTRIBUTIONS - FY 2005 THRU MAR 2014 OVERALL MFRAP CONTRIBUTIONS - FY 2005 THRU MAR 2014
PERSONAL / CORPORATE / ORGANIZATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS 102,276.17
CASH CONTRIBUTIONS 3,728.00
OTHER - DEPT OF REV TRANSFERS (NOT PART OF PIT CHECK OFF PROGRAM) 1,583.19
TOTAL PRIVATE CONTRIBUTIONS 108,433.25
DEPT OF REVENUE - PIT DONATIONS 1,311,283.03
TOTAL ALL CONTRIBUTIONS - PRIVATE PIT DONATIONS 1,419,716.28
APPROVED GRANT APPLICATION PAYMENTS 463,921.77
ACCOUNT BALANCE 955,794.51
As of 15 Jan 14
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PERSIAN GULF BONUS PROGRAM SUMMARY
Claims, Compensation and Pension Year to Date
ODAGVA 4,854
Act 66 8,901
Total 13,755
Year to Date Recoveries  
ODAGVA 48,676,987.00
Act 66 57,526,693.00
Total 106,203,680.00
As of 15 Jan 14
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PAWVC Legislative Breakfast
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Mr. Joseph SpeilbauerApril 4, 2014
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Impact
  • 213,000 Pennsylvania jobs from defense spending
  • 30 billion Defense contribution to the
    Pennsylvania economy
  • 5.6 billion Department of Defense contracts
    issued so far this federal fiscal year for work
    completed in Pennsylvania
  • 18,913 Full-time, family-sustaining, direct
    Pennsylvania jobs lost to the five previous BRAC
    rounds

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Impact
  • 213,000 Pennsylvania jobs from defense spending
  • 30 billion Defense contribution to the
    Pennsylvania economy
  • 5.6 billion Department of Defense contracts
    issued so far this federal fiscal year for work
    completed in Pennsylvania
  • 18,913 Full-time, family-sustaining, direct
    Pennsylvania jobs lost to the five previous BRAC
    rounds

29
Creation and History
  • Governor Ridge created the states first
    coordinated effort, the Base Retention and
    Closure-Pennsylvania Action Committee, BRAC-PAC
    in 1996 following the completion of the 1995 BRAC
    round
  • Governor Rendell reorganized the effort in June
    2003 into an ad hoc committee, the Base
    Development Committee, which operated through the
    2005 BRAC round and was eliminated in 2009 due to
    budgetary constraints
  • Governor Corbett reestablished the initiative via
    Executive Order in September 2012 at the urging
    of the MIBDC and local advocates

30
Mission
  • The Commission is to assist the Governor in
    the enhancement of the military value of and
    advocacy for all installations, organizations and
    defense related stakeholders in the commonwealth

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Members
  • Chairman Jim Cawley
  • Senator Rich Alloway - MIBDC
  • Senator John Blake - MIBDC
  • Representative Nick Miccarelli - MIBDC
  • Representative Harry Readshaw - MIBDC

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Members (continued)
  • Senior Military Commissioner Ron Adams
  • Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, Retired
  • Commissioner Ron Nelson NSA Philadelphia
  • Major General, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired
  • Commissioner Nancy Lescavage The Navy Yard
  • Rear Admiral Upper, U.S. Navy, Retired
  • Commissioner John Wiercinski Tobyhanna
  • Regional Vice President, Geisinger Health System

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Members (continued)
  • Commissioner Carol Eggert National Guard
  • Brigadier General, U.S. Army
  • Commissioner Phyllis Campbell New Cumberland
  • Senior Executive Service, Department of Defense,
    Retired
  • Commissioner George Connolly NSA Mechanicsburg
  • Captain, U.S. Navy, Retired
  • Commissioner Neal Delisanti Carlisle Barracks
  • Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired

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Members (continued)
  • Commissioner Mike Ross Letterkenny
  • President, Franklin County Area Development
    Corporation
  • Commissioner Chip Holsworth 911th Airlift Wing
  • Colonel, U.S. Air Force, Retired
  • Commissioner Bill Pentecost 316th Sustainment
  • Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve
  • Commissioner John Gray At Large
  • GS-15, Retired

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Way Ahead
  • Enhance the military value of all military
    installations and organizations stationed in the
    commonwealth
  • Establish a strong relationship with
    installations and organizations
  • Create and implement a strategy and with an
    action plan
  • Coordinate and support the efforts of state
    government and local defense groups to enact the
    action plan
  • Coordinate our strategy with the congressional
    delegation
  • Proactively and aggressively educate on the value
    of the military to the commonwealth
  • Legislation to codify the commission

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Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)
  • Current conventional wisdom dictates that there
    will be a BRAC in 2017. The momentum is
    increasing.
  • Actions outside a BRAC round death by a 1000
    cuts

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  • Questions?
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