CSBG-eligible entities or statewide or local organizations or associations with demonstrated expertise in providing training on methods of effectively addressing the needs of low-income families and communities.
This cooperative agreement will support an ongoing state and regional strategy for collaboration, capacity-building, and exemplary practice in the CSBG program and among State Community Action Agency Associations, hereafter referred to as State Associations. OCS will fund 11 RPIC to serve as geographic focal points, lead in implementing organizational standards and develop a comprehensive system of T/TA activities among State Associations. The central mission of the RPIC strategy is ensuring that all CSBG-eligible entities are able to meet organizational standards and performance management efforts, and utilize evidence-informed approaches to address the identified needs of low-income people in communities.
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