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OCTOBER 2013 UPDATE TO THE WASHTENAW URBAN COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Coordinated Funding.

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1 OCTOBER 2013 UPDATE TO THE WASHTENAW URBAN COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Coordinated Funding

2 Overview of the Model

3 History of Coordinated Funding 2009: Integrated Funding – Public Sector 2010: Leadership Team Formed; MOU Signed by 5 Funding Partners 2011: 2-Year Pilot Implemented 2012: Private Family Foundation (RNR) Engages 2013: Pilot Extended for 3 rd Year; TCC Evaluation Completed

4 Working Well Areas for Improvement Overall support for the concept and intent of the model Grantees and funders report improved relationships and improved funder understanding of the sector Support for the role of Planning & Coordinating Agencies No evidence of negative repercussions in the community Evidence for increased grantee capacity Evidence for increased funder strategy Outcomes need a lot of work to be more meaningful Technical challenges in RFP and reporting process have caused frustrations in applicants and grantees Model has not resulted in time efficiencies for funders, and has added to their time burden Not all programs/services fit well into the service areas and selected outcomes Overall Findings from Process Evaluation

5 Implementation of Recommendations: and beyond… New funding partner  Capacity Building for P&Cs  Increased Coordination Support for CoFu partners during RFI/RFP  Capacity Building for RFI applicants  And more…

6 Implementation of Recommendations: and beyond… Community Outcomes  System- & Program-Level Outcomes  Contextual Analysis from each P&C  Cross-priority area outcome development to facilitate inter- P&C collaboration

7 Implementation of Recommendations: and beyond… Leveraging Mainstream Resources:  Continuum of Care & Emergency Solutions Grants  Workforce Development  Substance Abuse  Mental Health  Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (DHS)

8 Implementation of Recommendations: and beyond… Improving Application Process  Revised RFI process to make more organizations eligible  Soliciting a new provider for IT and technical support for CommunityGrants.org  Talking with other communities (Eugene, OR; Boulder, CO) about their processes and providers

9 Next Steps Board Approvals – October/November 2013 Identify RFI/RFP Reviewers – Oct Jan 2014 Community Meetings – November 2013 Request for Information (RFI) – December 2013 Review of RFI Submissions – January 2014 Request for Proposal (RFP) – January 2014 Review of Proposals – February to March 2014 Recommendations to Boards – April/May 2014 Start of New Fiscal Year – July 1, 2014

10 Q&A


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