RSA-15 Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired - FY2017

I. Earnings and Employment

1. Gross Sales2,560,573
2. Merchandise Purchases1,019,091
3. Gross Profit1,541,482
4. Payroll Expenses804,418
5. Other Operating Expenses92,315
6. Expenses896,733
7. Operating Profit644,749
8. Vending Machine and Other Income2,871
9. Retirement and Other Benefits Paid16,940
10. Net Proceeds664,560
11. Levied Set Aside Funds66,894
12. Net Profit to Vendors597,666
13. Fair Minimum Return to Vendors0
14. Vendors Earnings597,666
15. Vendor Person Years of Employment12.00
16. Average Vendor Earnings49,806
17. The Median of Net Vendor Earnings in the State36,604
18. Number of Other Persons with Visual Disabilities Employed2
19. Number of Other Persons with Disabilities Employed0
20. Number of Persons Having No Disability Employed42
21. Total Number Employed in the Program44

II. Vending Facilities and Vendors

A. Facilities on Federal Property

1. Number at Beginning of Year4
2. Number Established during Year0
3. Number Closed during Year0
4. Number at End of Year4

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

1. General Services Administration 0
2. U.S. Postal Service 1
3. Department of Defense 1
a) Military Dining Facility Contracts 1
b) Other DOD Vending Facilities 0
4. Department of Homeland Security 0
5. Department of Health and Human Services 0
6. Veterans Administration 0
7. Department of the Interior 0
8. Vending Routes on Multiple Federal Locations 1
9. All Other Federal Agencies 1
Other Federal Agencies IdentifiedDept of Energy
10. Total 4

C. Contracts for Operation of Cafeterias and Military Dining Facilities

Gowen Field
Agency or Branch of Military Awarding Contract2
Name of Military Installation (if applicable)Gowen Field
Beginning Date of Contract (mm/dd/yyyy)05/01/2013
Anticipated Termination of Contract (mm/dd/yyyy)05/01/2019
Gross Sales (Value) of Contract for the Most Recently Completed Option Year450,000

D. Vendors on Federal Property

Vendors on Federal Property
1. Number at Beginning of Year 3
2. Number Entering during Year 0
3. Number Leaving during Year 0
4. Number at End of Year3

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

Facilities on Public Property (State, County, Municipal)
1. Number at Beginning of Year 11
2. Number Established during Year 0
3. Number Closed during Year 1
4. Number at End of Year10
a. Vending Facilities on State Property (end of year)6
b. Vending Facilities on County Property (end of year)2
c. Vending Facilities on Municipal Property (end of year)2

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

Vendors on Public Property (State, County, Municipal)
1. Number at Beginning of Year 8
2. Number Entering during Year 0
3. Number Leaving during Year 0
4. Number at End of Year8

G. Facilities on Private Property

Facilities on Private Property
1. Number at Beginning of Year 0
2. Number Established during Year 0
3. Number Closed during Year 0
4. Number at End of Year0

H. Vendors on Private Property

Vendors on Private Property
1. Number at Beginning of Year 0
2. Number Entering during Year 0
3. Number Leaving during Year 0
4. Number at End of Year0

III. Vending Locations under the Interstate Highway Program

Category Total Number Total Vending Machine Receipts
1. Number of Locations Operated by Vendors 21 267,139
2. Number of Locations Operated by Third-Party Contractors 3 14,385
3. Number of Vendors Employed in Highway Program 6 n/a
4. Total Number of Vending Locations 24 n/a

IV. Program Expenditures by Source of Funds

Category Vending Machine Income - Federal Vending Machine Income - Non-Federal Set-Aside State Appropriated Fund Federal Funds Other Total
1. Purchase of New Equipment 0 0 1,046 0 48,153 0 49,199
2. Maintenance of Equipment 0 0 4,051 23,374 0 0 27,425
3. Replacement of Equipment 0 0 925 0 8,216 0 9,141
4. Refurbish Facilities 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. Management Services 0 0 1,822 0 195,486 0 197,308
6. Fair Minimum Return 0 0 0 0 n/a 0 0
7. Retirement / Pension Programs 0 1,723 8,306 0 n/a 0 10,029
8. Health Insurance Programs 0 1,148 5,538 0 n/a 0 6,686
9. Paid Sick Leave / Vacation Time 0 0 0 0 n/a 0 0
10. Initial Stock and Supplies n/a 0 n/a 0 181 0 181
11. All Other Expenditures n/a 0 n/a 0 n/a 0 0
12. Total 0 2,871 21,688 23,374 252,036 0 299,969

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

Category Vending Machine Income - Federal Vending Machine Income - Non-Federal Levied Set-Aside Total
1. Amount on Hand at Beginning of Year 0 2874 33006 35880
2. Funds Added during Year 0 2,871 66,894 69,765
3. Total Funds Available 0 5,745 99,900 105,645
4. Funds Distributed to Vendors 0 0 n/a 0
5. Other Funds Expended 0 2,871 21,688 24,559
6. Total Funds Distributed and Expended (Lines 4+5) 0 2,871 21,688 24,559
7. Amount at the End of the Year (Line 3 minus Line 6) 0 2,874 78,212 81,086

VI. Number of Sites Surveyed

Category Federal Property Total Non-Federal Property Total
1. Number of Sites Surveyed During the Reporting Year 0 3 3
2. Number of Sites Accepted by the SLA 0 3 3
2a. Number of Accepted Sites Added to Existing Vending Facilities 0 3 3
2b. Number of Accepted Sites Used to Create New Vending Facilities 0 0 0
2c. Number of Accepted Sites Pending Assignment to a Blind Vendor 0 0 0
2d. Number of Accepted Sites Contracted to a Third-Party 0 0 0
3. Number of Sites Not Accepted by the SLA 0 0 0
3a. Due to Infeasibility of Site 0 0 0
3b. Due to Lack of Available SLA Funds 0 0 0
3c. Due to Lack of Qualified Vendors 0 0 0
4. Number of Sites Denied to the SLA by Property Management Officials 0 0 0
5. Number of Surveyed Sites with a Decision Pending 0 0 0

VII. Vendor Training

1. Number of Individuals Completing Training in the Reporting Year to Become Vendors: (sum of 1a through 1d)0
a. Number Licensed and Placed as Vendors0
b. Number Certified Awaiting Placement as Vendors0
c. Number Placed as Employees in the Vending Facility Program0
d. Number Employed in Allied Food Service Occupations0
2. Total Number of Certified/Qualified Individuals Awaiting Placement as Vendors0
3. Number of Vendors Provided In-Service Training (including on-line training)11
4. Number of Vendors Provided Upward Mobility Training (including on-line training)11
5. Number of Vendors Participating in National Consumer-Driven Conferences6
6. Number of Vendors Who Received Certification or Re-Certification in Food Safety Through a Nationally Recognized or State Recognized Program0

VIII. State and Nominee Agency Personel

A. Agency Personnel

Agency Personnel State Agency Personnel Nominee Agency Personnel Total
1. Vending Facility Program Staff 2.00 0.00 2
a. Number of Business Consultants/Counselor Staff (FTE). 2.00 0.00 2

B. Training

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

Notes or Explanations

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Certification

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 Official Corey Bresina

Title of Authorized Official BEP Supervisor

Date Certified(mm/dd/yyyy) 12/27/2017

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Contact

Person Corey Bresina

Telephone Number 208-901-5781

Email Address cbresina@icbvi.idaho.gov

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