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  • CED Funding Eligibility FY 2019

    This resource provides information about the eligibility of applicants for the CED program.
  • CSBG IM #126 Use of CSBG funds to support summer jobs for youth

    IM # 126: A CSBG Information Memorandum that provides guidance on CSBG grantees' use of CSBG funds for coordination with community partners for the implementation of Summer Jobs+ programs and activities.  Departments and Offices across the Federal government will be supporting Summer Jobs+, an initiative to encourage and support businesses, non-profits, and government to work together to provide pathways to employment for low-income and disconnected youth in the summer of 2012.  In coming weeks, a Summer Jobs+ Bank will be posted for youth to access postings of jobs available through the Summer Jobs+ program.
  • CSBG IM #125 Application for FY 2012 Community Services Block Grant Program (CSBG) Funds

     To inform States and U.S. Territories of the CSBG application requirements for FY 2012.  CSBG applications shall be submitted to the Office of Community Services (OCS) by September 1, 2011 if an application which covered two fiscal years was not submitted in the prior year.  
  • CSBG IM #124 Application for FY 2012 Funds (Tribes)

    To inform Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations of the CSBG application requirements for FY 2012 and to provide a framework for the suggested format and “Outline for Model Tribe and Tribal Organization CSBG Application."
  • CSBG IM #123 Reorganization of CSBG T/TA Resources

    To share the Office of Community Services’ (OCS) new strategic approach to achieve excellence in the CSBG T/TA program and related activities.
  • CSBG IM #121 Application for FY 2011 Funds (States and Territories)

    To inform States and U.S. Territories of the CSBG application requirements for FY 2011. CSBG applications shall be submitted to the Office of Community Services by September 1, 2010 (if you did not submit an application which covered two fiscal years in the prior year).
  • CSBG IM #120 Application for FY 2011 (Tribes)

    To inform Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations of the CSBG application requirements for FY 2011 and to provide a framework for the introduction of a suggested format and “Outline for Model Tribe and Tribal Organization CSBG Application”.
  • CSBG IM #119 Guidance for Implementation of Making Work Pay Tax Credit

    To provide guidance for executing actions involving the Making Work Pay Tax Credit.
  • CSBG IM #115 Application for FY 2010 Funds (Tribes)

    To inform Indian Tribes and Tribal Organizations of the CSBG application requirements for FY 2010.
  • CSBG IM #114 Application for FY 2010 Funds (States and Territories)

    To inform States and U.S. Territories of the CSBG application requirements for FY 2010. CSBG applications shall be submitted to the Office of Community Services by September 1, 2009 (if you did not submit an application which covered two fiscal years in the prior year).
  • CSBG Data T/TA Grant Summaries FY 2010

    The Office of Community Services (OCS), within the Administration for Children and Families, will fund 13 one-year cooperative agreements under the Community Services Block Grant  (CSBG) Training and Technical Assistance (T/TA) Program for State Exemplary Practice Projects (EPPs) supported by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). 
  • CSBG Regulation 45CFR96 Block Grants

    Language from Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 96, Subpart I, discussing the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)
  • CSBG Recorded Call on Corrective Action, Termination or Reduction of Funding for CSBG Eligible Entities

    CSBG Recorded Call on Corrective Action, Termination or Reduction of Funding for CSBG Eligible Entities, Based on Information Memoranda (IM) #116
  • CSBG Report to Congress FY 2006

    Summary of the Planned Use of Funds by States and Eligible Entities In FY 2006, States planned to use CSBG funds to provide resources for direct services or assistance to individuals and families participating in eligible entities’ programs.  In most instances, the largest categories of CSBG expenditures were emergency services and linkages programs.  Uses of CSBG funds are reflected in the data tables contained in this report (Tables 1-3).
  • CSBG Annual Report Statistical Report FY 2006

    FY 2006 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Network Resources In the FY 2006 CSBG/Information System Survey, 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia
  • CSBG Annual Report Statistical Report FY 2005

    FY 2005 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Network Resources I
  • CSBG Annual Report Statistical Report FY 2004

    Highlights Community Services Block Grant Information System (CSBG/IS) Statistical Report, FY 2004  Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Network Resources
  • CSBG DCL Organizational Standards and Performance Management Development Update FY 2013

    This message describes new developments for CSBG in the upcoming Fiscal Year (FY 2013), the organizational partners selected for a national partnership focused on organizational standards and performance management, some major expected milestones for the development of standards in the upcoming year, and answers to some anticipated questions.
  • National Service Agency Announces AmeriCorps Funding Opportunities for Indian Tribes

    On October 24, 2012, The Corporation for National and Community Service released notification of possible funding for Tribal groups that would put AmeriCorps members on the ground to help them tackle the unique challenges facing Native American communities. The grant competition is designed to help national service programs achieve greater impact by targeting resources on a core set of challenges: disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, veterans and military families, and language preservation.
  • CSBG DCL Performance Management Task Force FY 2012

    This message to provide an update on performance management efforts in the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).  The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is taking administrative steps to support high quality services delivery across the CSBG network.
  • CSBG Report to Congress FY 2008

    Executive Summary The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) program is authorized at Section 674 of the Community Services Block Grant Act of 1981 (CSBG Act), as amended by the Community Opportunities, Accountability, and Training and Educational Services Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-285). It is administered by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Community Services (OCS).