How can the Governor’s Crime Commission use evidence-based decision making in its grant-making process?

Project started: December 1, 2021
Department or Agency: NC Department of Public Safety

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Project Overview

Summary

This project entails iterative development and testing of Request for Applications (RFA) requirements to incorporate logic models and information on evidence of program impact into the processes used by the Crime Victim Services and Juvenile Justice committees of the Governor’s Crime Commission to evaluate applications.

Anticipated deliverables

  • Design for new RFA questions and review process
  • Toolkits to assist with implementation of new RFA questions and scoring procedures

Planned use of results

Project results could be incorporated into the RFA requirements and scoring process.

The project is in progress.

We plan to post results and deliverables when the project is complete. In the meantime, we welcome questions about the project.

Project point of contact

Jeff Grimes

Evidence Advisor

NC Office of Strategic Partnerships

partnerships@osbm.nc.gov


Project Team

Governor’s Crime Commission

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