The K-State Technology Development Institute (TDI) was awarded CARES Act funds from the U.S. EDA to provide no-cost commercialization and engineering services to innovators and manufacturers that have been impacted by COVID-19. Some of these services include designing and prototyping of new ideas, SolidWorks models, market research, website creation, and more.
For more information and to sign up for the program, click "Apply". Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
The State of Kansas is making emergency financial relief available from federal CARES Act funding to those who need it most. The SPARK Task Force has approved more than $130 million in relief funds for economic development and connectivity in the state. Applications will be open Wednesday August 19th 12:00pm CST. View more info at https://www.kansascommerce.gov/covidrelief/ Available grants include:
It is important to keep all staff and employees of the facility safe and healthy during this pandemic. Utilize the safety guidelines below to ensure safe protocols.
The state's PPE stockpile is not only available to the Kansas counties, but also the small businesses that have backordered or delayed deliveries of PPE equipment. Businesses can now apply for quick deliveries of equipment from the state's stockpile. Businesses requirements:
Identify and isolate the area and people exposed
Inform employees and provide instruction
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires employers to provide employees with paid sick and family leave for reasons related to COVID-19. These guides will apply through December 31, 2020. View the download for information on eligibility of the program.
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