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California Earned Income Tax Credit Questions and Answers Document Available for Grant Applicants

August 31, 2016
The Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) posted a Questions and Answers sheet following the release of its Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) last week, inviting interested parties to apply for funding to provide education and outreach services regarding the California Earned Income Tax Credit (Cal EITC).
 
The League originally reported on this in the Aug. 19 issue of CA Cities Advocate in “California Earned Income Tax Credit Education and Outreach Grants.”
 
The current Questions and Answers document includes questions received through the Bidders Conference and CSBGDIV@csd.ca.gov inbox. CSD will continue to respond to questions as received regarding the NOFA, through Sept. 11 at noon. Interested applicants are responsible for checking the website periodically for any updates to the Question and Answers document. Additional questions should be submitted to CSBGDIV@csd.ca.gov.  
 
Additionally, the slides from the Bidders Conference have been posted to the CSD website.
During the Bidders Conference a request was made for CSD to share the names of organizations interested in applying for funding to allow for potential collaborations. This is intended to allow for applicants who seek expanded collaboration to further coordinate activities. Upon request CSD, will share the names of organizations submitting a Notice of Intent to Apply.
 
Applicants wishing to make their Notice of Intent to Apply public for collaboration may do so by sending an email to the CSBGDIV@csd.ca.gov requesting their organization to be added to a public list. Applicants wishing to be added should provide their organization name, contact name, phone number and/or email address. The initial public list will be posted on Friday, Sept. 2 and updated periodically to the CSD public website.
 
Note: CSD will not share the names of organizations submitting a Notice of Intent to Apply that have not opted into this process.


 
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