Ranking & Evaluation Committee
The Ranking Evaluation Committee will collaborate with the Collaborative Applicant, Board, Area Service Providers, CoC-Funded Entities, and COC members to:
Evaluate the Annual NOFA process and offer feedback to streamline and meet the ever changing and growing HUD expectations, review trends and expectations which might result in changes to the site monitoring and ranking strategies.
Read the final approved application annually as well as HUDs final ranking of the Three County CoC and address areas for growth, provide assistance in meeting the outcomes stated and measured.
Design and implement a collaborative process for developing a consolidated application for Three County programs and projects seeking CoC funding.
Examine other CoC’s practices in regards to Project Ranking and make recommendations to the Board & Collaborative Applicant.
Review and revise written policies and procedures for the Ranking Evaluation Committee and seek Board approval.
Review findings and program priorities established by the Board or Collaborative Applicant, and the applications for new programs or projects, and make recommendations to the Board about which programs/projects to include in the annual CoC application, and rank projects for the application.
Develop and oversee operation of a grievance process for agencies whose applications for funding have not been selected by the CoC.
This committee must consist of at least 50% entities with no financial or other conflict of interest related to funding competitions or awards. The committee will make final recommendations to the Board related to project ranking and funding opportunities. The Board retains full rights to amend the recommendations or reject the committee’s proposals.
Meets periodically on Zoom.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about this committee, please reach out to Program Director Katie Dwan.
2023 Meeting Minutes
2022 Meeting Minutes
2021 Meeting Minutes
2020 Meeting Minutes