RSA-15 Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services - FY2013

I. Earnings and Employment

1. Gross Sales Total12,364,444
2. Merchandise Purchases Total2,317,163
3. Gross Profit Total10,047,281
4. Payroll Expenses Total7,285,951
5. Other Operating Expenses Total2,004,808
6. Total Expenses Total9,290,759
7. Operating Profit Total756,522
8. Vending Machine and Other Income Total304,534
9. Retirement and Other Benefits Paid Total16,192
10. Net Proceeds Total1,077,248
11. Levied Set Aside Funds Total0
12. Net Profit to Vendors Total1,077,248
13. Fair Minimum Return to Vendors Total0
14. Vendors Earnings Total1,077,248
15. Vendor Person Years of Employment Total38
16. Average Vendor Earnings Total28,349
17. The Median of Net Vendor Earnings in the State Total20,084
18. Number of Other Persons with Visual Disabilities Employed Total3
19. Number of Other Persons with Disabilities Employed Total12
20. Number of Persons Having No Disability Employed Total227
21. Total Number Employed in the Program Total242

II. Vending Facilities and Vendors

A. Facilities on Federal Property

1. Number at Beginning of Year Total12
2. Number Established during Year Total2
3. Number Closed during Year Total1
4. Number at End of Year Total13

B. Vending Facilities Loacted on Federal Property, End Of Year

Description Subtotal Total
1. General Services Administration n/a 4
2. U.S. Postal Service n/a 1
3. Department of Defense n/a 3
a) Military Dining Facility Contracts 3 n/a
b) Other DOD Vending Facilities 0 n/a
4. Department of Homeland Security n/a 0
5. Health and Human Services n/a 0
6. Vending Routes on Multiple Federal Locations n/a 0
7. All Other Federal Agencies (Identify) NASA-NSTL, NASA-NAVO, NASA-Stennis, DOJ-Yazoo, AFRH 5
8. Total n/a 13

C. Contracts for Operation of Cafeterias and Military Dining Facilities

(For each contracted cafeteria and military dining hall operation funded using federally operated funds, please submit the information requested below.)

Camp Shelby

Agency or Branch of Military Awarding Contract Army
Name of Military Installation (if applicable)Camp Shelby
Beginning Date of Contract08/13/2013
Anticipated Termination of Contract09/30/2017
Gross Sales (Value) of Contract for the Most Recently Completed Option Year1,351,187

Keesler Air Force Base

Agency or Branch of Military Awarding Contract Air Force
Name of Military Installation (if applicable)Keesler Air Force Base
Beginning Date of Contract07/01/2013
Anticipated Termination of Contract09/30/2017
Gross Sales (Value) of Contract for the Most Recently Completed Option Year6,995,632

Meridian Naval Air Station

Agency or Branch of Military Awarding Contract Navy
Name of Military Installation (if applicable)Meridian Naval Air Station
Beginning Date of Contract10/01/2013
Anticipated Termination of Contract09/30/2015
Gross Sales (Value) of Contract for the Most Recently Completed Option Year1,588,864

D. Vendors on Federal Property

1. Number at Beginning of Year Total12
2. Number Entering during Year Total3
3. Number Leaving during Year Total2
4. Number at End of Year Total13

E. Facilities on Public Property (State, County, Municipal)

1. Number at Beginning of Year Total21
2. Number Established during Year Total1
3. Number Closed during Year Total0
4. Number at End of Year Total22
a. Vending Facilities on State Property (end of Year)21
b. Vending Facilities on County Property (end of Year)1
c. Vending Facilities on Municipal Property (end of Year)0

F. Vendors on Public Property (State, County, Municipal)

1. Number at Beginning of Year Total21
2. Number Entering during Year Total3
3. Number Leaving during Year Total2
4. Number at End of Year Total22

G. Facilities on Private Property

1. Number at Beginning of Year Total5
2. Number Established during Year Total0
3. Number Closed during Year Total1
4. Number at End of Year Total4

H. Vendors on Private Property

1. Number at Beginning of Year Total5
2. Number Entering during Year Total1
3. Number Leaving during Year Total2
4. Number at End of Year Total4

III. Vending Locations under the Interstate Highway Program

(Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century of June 1998)

Category Total Number Total Vending Machine Receipts
1. Total Vending Locations 23 n/a
2. Locations Operated by Vendors 7 58,118
3. Locations Operated by Third-Party Contractors 16 128,980
4. Vendors Employed in Highway Program 3 n/a

IV. Program Expenditures by Source of Funds

Category Total Vending Machine Income - Federal Vending Machine Income - Non-Federal Set-Aside State Appropriated Fund Federal Funds Other
1. Purchase of New Equipment 29,707 148 6,180 0 0 23,379 0
2. Maintenance of Equipment 36,806 183 7,657 0 0 28,966 0
3. Replacement of Equipment 93,473 466 19,444 0 0 73,563 0
4. Refurbish Facilities 8,827 44 1,836 0 0 6,947 0
5. Management Services 385,659 1,918 80,638 0 0 303,103 0
6. Fair Minimum Return 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 0
7. Retirement / Pension Programs 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 0
8. Health Insurance Programs 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 0
9. Paid Sick Leave / Vacation 16,192 0 16,192 0 0 n/a 0
10. Initial Stock & Supplies 14,649 n/a 3,120 n/a 0 11,529 0
11. All Other Expenditures 0 n/a 0 n/a 0 n/a 0
12. Total 585,313 2,759 135,067 0 0 447,487 0

V. Distribution and Expenditure of Program Funds from Vending Machine Income and Levied Set-Aside

Category Total Vending Machine Income - Federal Vending Machine Income - Non-Federal Levied Set-Aside
1. Amount on Hand at Beginning of Year 655,133 0 655,133 0
2. Funds Added during Year 153,757 2,759 150,998 0
3. Total Funds Available 808,890 2,759 806,131 0
4. Funds Distributed to Vendors 0 0 0 n/a
5. Other Funds Expended 137,826 2,759 135,067 0
6. Total Funds Distributed and Expended (Lines 4+5) 137,826 2,759 135,067 0
7. Amount at the End of the Year (Line 3 minus Line 6) 671,064 0 671,064 0

VI. Number of Sites Surveyed

Category Total Federal Property Non-Federal Property
1. Total 7 1 6
2. Accepted for Vending Facility Site 6 1 5
3. Not Accepted Due to Infeasibility of Site 1 0 1
4. Not Accepted Due to Lack of Funds by State 0 0 0
5. Denied by Property Management Official 0 0 0
6. Not Accepted Due to Lack of Qualified Vendors 0 0 0
7. Decision Pending 0 0 0

VII. Vendor Training

Category Number Total
1. Individuals Provided Initial Training 6
a. Number Licensed and Placed as Vendors 3
b. Number Certified Awaiting Placement as Vendors 3
c. Number Placed as Employees in the Vending Facility Program 0
d. Number Employed in Allied Food Service Occupations 0
2. Total Number of Individuals Who Are Certified and Awaiting Placement as Vendors 3
3. Number of Vendors Provided In-Service Training 43
4. Number of Vendors Provided Upward Mobility Training 37
5. Number of Vendors Participating in National Consumer-Driven Conferences 2
6. Number of Vendors Who Received Certification or Re-Certification in Food Safety through a Nationally Recognized or State Recognized Program 43

VIII. State and Nominee Agency Personel

A. Agency Personnel

Agency Personnel State Agency Personnel Nominee Agency Personnel Total
1. Vending Facility Program Budgeted FTE 10 0 10
2. Vending Facility Program Actual FTE 10 0 10

B. Training

Training State Agency Personnel Nominee Agency Personnel Total
1. Number Who Received In-Service Training Related to Blindness, Business Management, or Aspects of the Randolph-Sheppard Vending Facility Program 10 0 10
2. Number Who Received Training through an External Source Related to Blindness, Business Management, or Aspects of the Randolph-Sheppard Vending Facility Program 1 0 1
3. Number Who Participated in National Consumer-Driven Conferences 1 0 1
4. The Number Who Received Certification or Re-Certification in Food Safety Through a Nationally Recognized or State Recognized Program 5 0 5

Notes of Explanations

Section I, line 9 - $16,192.00 relates to vacation pay that was paid to vendors using non-federal vending machine income. Also shown in section IV, line9.

Certification

I do hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge, the information given in this report is complete and accurate.
Name of Authorized OfficialH. S. McMillan
TitleExecutive Director
Date Certified12/30/2013

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