Instructions for completing the SIP Budget Template
Download Budget Template (XLS format).
Please fill in the blue shaded areas in the worksheet. The rest of the template will auto-fill.
For additional information on how to complete the budget template, please contact a Program Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that each expense cash contribution item must be supported by a quote. Please ensure that all expenses items are listed under the appropriate category.
Once your budget Template is completed, refer to the "Verification checklist" tab to ensure that you did not miss any important details.
Column A - Budget Items
Fill in the description for each project expense/activity under the appropriate category: Security Assessment, Minor Construction, Security Equipment and Hardware Costs, Closed Circuit Television System, Training, and Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation. For example, 'security cameras' would be placed under the Closed circuit television systems category. For example, 'security cameras' would be placed under the Security Infrastructure (Equipment and Hardware) category. Training provided to personnel on the use of the security cameras would be placed under the Training category.
Please see the application guide for activities eligible and ineligible for funding.
Please note that Public Safety Canada is not responsible for the maintenance of the security equipment obtained through this program.
Any enhancements must adhere to municipal codes, by-laws and provincial/territorial laws and regulations.
Column B - Cost per unit
Fill in the cost per unit without taxes for all expenses. For example, if this is an expense in the Security Equipment and Hardware category for chain link fencing, then this box would contain the cost per linear foot of fencing. Cost per Unit amounts must not exceed two decimal points – for example $25.33, not $25.3334.
Column C - Number of Units
Fill in the number of units/items for all expenses. For example, if the expense is in the Security Equipment and Hardware category, the box must contain the number of linear feet of fencing required for this project. This box would contain the number of items your project requires. Other unit measures could be 'per hour', per day (rental equipment), etc. The information entered must be supported by quotes.
Column D - Total Cost
This column will fill in automatically based on the amounts in the Cost per Unit and Number of Units columns.
Columns E through H - Cash and In-kind Contributions
You must specify if a contribution from another non-governmental source is cash or in-kind. Generally, a cash contribution would appear in the organization's ledger as revenue (cheque, transfer of funds, direct deposit, etc.).
Enter cash contribution amounts in Column E and the names of all sources (name of person or organization) of each cash contribution in Column F. Similarly, enter in-kind contribution amounts in Column G and the names of all sources (person, organization) of each in-kind contribution in Column H.
The maximum amount of in-kind contributions can be up to 10% of the total project cost. The supplier and installation companies chosen to perform the work are ineligible to provide the in-kind contributions.
Column I - Requested Contribution from Public Safety Canada
Amounts in this column will automatically fill based on each expense total as well as contributions from other sources.
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