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File #: 202000516    Version:
Type: Motion Status: Filed
File created: 3/18/2020 In control: Budget and Finance Committee
On agenda: 4/14/2020 Final action: 11/29/2021
ORD/RES# date: ORD/RES#:
Title: MOTION, dated 03/18/2020, submitted by Councilmember Seelbach, WE MOVE that the City Council adopt new evaluation criteria for the Human Services Advisory Committee to use during its Evaluation process prior to the recommendation of Human Services Funding aware recommendations. The new evaluation criteria should address: 1) Whether the use of city funds by the human services provider is equitable to the diversity of the city's demographics, recognizing that minority communities are underserved through traditional means and may have less options for service, thereby reaffirming their need for support within the Human Services Fund; 2) How the provider ensures outreach into and impact within the city's African American community and other traditionally underserved communities; 3) That HSAC should consider the outcomes of equitable engagement and successful impact as a key factor during the evaluation process, giving emphasis to organizations whose data and track records show success at g...
Sponsors: Budget and Finance Committee
Attachments: 1. Motion

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MOTION, dated 03/18/2020, submitted by Councilmember Seelbach, WE MOVE that the City Council adopt new evaluation criteria for the Human Services Advisory Committee to use during its Evaluation process prior to the recommendation of Human Services Funding aware recommendations. The new evaluation criteria should address: 1) Whether the use of city funds by the human services provider is equitable to the diversity of the city's demographics, recognizing that minority communities are underserved through traditional means and may have less options for service, thereby reaffirming their need for support within the Human Services Fund; 2) How the provider ensures outreach into and impact within the city's African American community and other traditionally underserved communities; 3) That HSAC should consider the outcomes of equitable engagement and successful impact as a key factor during the evaluation process, giving emphasis to organizations whose data and track records show success at greater impacts into traditionally underserved and minority communities.