CCFP - Staffing & Finance
Staffing and Financing
The Consolidated Community Funding Pool contains funds from a variety of sources. The table below shows the funding totals and sources for the two programs since the inception of the Funding Pool in FY 1998.
Ongoing staffing requirements for the Consolidated Community Funding Pool fall into three distinct phases, which may soon be spread over a two-year cycle instead of an annual cycle: (1) the priority-setting process; (2) the solicitation and proposal review processes; and (3) ongoing contract management. The staffing of this effort is done through a unique and very successful partnership of four agencies, each of which has an area of primary responsibility yet plays a role in every phase of the funding cycle. This partnership is described below.
County Partners in the Consolidated Community Funding Pool
- The Department of Systems Management for Human Services, primarily responsible for the priority-setting and planning processes and staffing the CCFAC
- The Department of Administration for Human Services, primarily responsible for solicitation and contract management
- The Department of Family Services, which coordinates the involvement of the Community Action Advisory Board
- The Department of Housing and Community Development, which is a key partner in all phases of preparing the County's Consolidated Plan and administering CDBG contracts.