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1 CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT & IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS GRANTS I N F O R M A T I O N P A C K E T # Date Issued: March 1, 2016 Pre-proposal Conference: March 7, 2016 Proposals Due: 5:00 p.m. PST, March 18, 2016

2 I M M I G R A N T A S S I S T A N C E P R O G R A M G R A N T S : TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Overview p 2 II. Notice of Availability of Funds p 4 III. Schedule p 6 IV. RFP A. Introduction and Background B. Immigrant Assistance Grants Program Purpose and Priorities C. Funding Period D. Proposal Categories and Availability of Funds E. Eligibility and Use of Funds F. Review Process, Schedule and Selection Criteria G. Protest Procedures V. Application Form A. Attachment A p 7 p 18

3 I. OVERVIEW This overview is intended to assist applicants with the Request for Proposal (RFP) process and introduce the focus of the San Francisco Immigrant Assistance Programs Grants. Please read this section carefully, along with the RFP, to determine whether your organization and proposed project align with the strategic goals and priorities of the program as outlined in this document. These goals and priorities, as well as each applicant s demonstrated expertise to achieve outcomes will be the basis upon which all funding decisions are made. The Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA) is accepting proposals for Immigrant Assistance Programs Grants, a competitive grant opportunity for nonprofit and communitybased organizations based in San Francisco to plan and develop a set of programs and services for immigrant communities of San Francisco. This grant opportunity will focus on supporting specific vulnerable immigrant populations and addressing targeted needs of local immigrant communities, as identified across several different categories. The program will provide up to $335,000 annually in grants in four categories: 1. Language Access Data & Technology Solutions 2. Deferred Action Application Fee Assistance 3. Labor Immigrant Assistance 4. Irish Immigrant Community Needs Assessment & Capacity Building Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. PST on March 18, The Request for Proposal ("RFP") process will select San Francisco non-profit, community-based organizations ("CBOs") with expertise in one or more of the identified program categories. All program activities must be conducted in San Francisco and will be focused on, but not limited to, areas of the city with the highest concentration of immigrants or undocumented individuals. Applicants should propose activities that leverage their own ability to reach and motivate targeted populations while employing innovative, relevant and creative approaches. Selected applicants must demonstrate the cultural and linguistic competence, credibility and capacity to reach, assist and motivate targeted populations and communities to action. As determined by OCEIA, selected applicants must coordinate closely with the City and other program partners to achieve outcomes that will benefit targeted populations and all San Francisco residents. Costs incurred by applicants in responding to this RFP are entirely the responsibility of the applicants and will not be reimbursed. 2 P a g e

4 Pre-proposal Workshop: Organizations are encouraged to attend the following pre-proposal session: Date: Location: Monday, March 7, 2016, from 1:00pm 2:30pm PST 50 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco This is not a required meeting; however the pre-proposal workshop is intended to assist potential applicants, describe the scope of services sought through this RFP, respond to questions, review RFP requirements and application processes, and explain other administrative requirements. All questions and answers addressed at the workshop or submitted by 5:00 p.m. PST on Wednesday, March 9, 2016 will be posted at OCEIA s website by 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, March 11, OCEIA will not respond to questions submitted after the above deadline. To ensure that all applicants have access to the same information, OCEIA staff members are not permitted to answer RFP content questions via telephone or in person. All proposals must be submitted electronically in MSWORD or PDF format to and received by OCEIA no later than 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, March 18, An response will be sent within 24 hours to confirm receipt of completed proposals submitted on time. Applicants to this program bear the sole responsibility for ensuring that all submitted proposals, including attachments and application forms, are complete, accurate and received on time. Incomplete proposals or proposals sent after 5:00 p.m. PST on the due date or thereafter will not be accepted no exceptions. 3 P a g e

5 II. NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 4 P a g e

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7 III. SCHEDULE 6 P a g e

8 IV. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS # FOR IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS GRANTS General terms used in this RFP: Applicant refers to any entity submitting a proposal to this Request for Proposals ( RFP ). Grantee refers to the applicant awarded an agreement for services under this RFP. City refers to the City and County of San Francisco. The Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs ( OCEIA ), a division of the City Administrator s Office/General Services Agency ( CAO/GSA ), is the authorized city department responsible for overseeing all Language Access programs and grants. For the purposes of this program, the term Hard-to-Reach (HTR) populations refers to individuals that are Limited English Proficient (LEP); individuals with low levels of literacy or formal education; and groups that are least likely to respond to mainstream English-language communications and media. Deferred Action or DACA refers to the original Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was first announced by the Obama Administration on June 15, 2012 and implemented on August 15, DACA provides the opportunity for undocumented immigrants who came to the United States before as children to receive temporary relief from deportation and work authorization. Expanded DACA refers to the revised DACA program that includes the new eligibility criteria announced by President Obama on November 20, 2014, expanding the program s reach to a larger number of potentially eligible individuals as part of a broader set of Executive Actions. 1 DAPA refers to Deferred Action for Parental Accountability, a new program announced on November 20, 2014, that allows undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents to receive temporary relief from deportation and work authorization. 1 LEP refers to Limited-English Proficient individuals: those for whom English is not a primary language and who have difficulty speaking, understanding, reading, or writing English. LPR refers to Legal Permanent Residents or green-card holders. A. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND I m m i g r a n t A s s i s t a n c e I n i t i a t i v e s i n S a n F r a n c i s c o The Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA) is a policy, compliance, direct services and grantmaking office that promotes civic participation and inclusive policies to 1 Program not yet in effect. 7 P a g e

9 improve the lives of San Francisco s residents, particularly immigrants, newcomers, underserved and vulnerable communities. OCEIA seeks to bridge cultural, linguistic and economic barriers to ensure that San Francisco s diverse residents have equal access to city services and opportunities to participate and contribute in meaningful ways to the success of the community and to the city. OCEIA s integrated civic engagement and immigrant assistance programs involve out-of-the-box, street-smart, relevant and creative approaches to engage, inform and mobilize the public, and ensure equity, inclusion and meaningful civic participation. OCEIA focuses on building community capacity and voice by: 1) bridging linguistic and cultural differences; 2) encouraging community advocacy and local government participation, 3) building community collaboration and cooperation; and 4) applying unique, integrated strategies that leverage existing city and community networks and assets. The funding opportunities listed in this RFP are part of an integrated set of immigrant assistance programs that include language access, naturalization, economic empowerment, deferred action, community safety and capacity building. As the citywide monitoring and compliance office for language access and services, OCEIA also provides technical assistance, training and direct language services support to city and community agencies. OCEIA funds the Language Access Community Grants Program to increase community and city capacity to meet the language access needs of underserved immigrant communities and monolingual or Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals who live or work in San Francisco. These grants support trusted community partners to educate immigrant and LEP residents about their language rights while also building community capacity and resources through a range of projects. As mandated by the LAO, city departments must submit annual LAO Compliance Plans, based on data on their client demographics, service provisioning, bilingual staffing, and expenditures for the prior fiscal year. OCEIA conducts a thorough review and analysis of these data and produces a Summary Compliance Report which examines trends across departments and over time. These data collection and reporting requirements are intended to help city departments understand their clients language access needs and assess the quantity and quality of language services they are providing. OCEIA s Language Access Community Grantees also track data to assess language needs and evaluate program performance. OCEIA also directs programs that assist immigrants with applying for deferred action opportunities. OCEIA launched the DreamSF initiative in 2012, a coordinated set of programs to ensure that potentially eligible DACA applicants are engaged, well-informed with accurate information, and have access to culturally and linguistically competent legal assistance. In 2015, a new iteration of the Deferred Action Grants program was launched in response to President Obama s Executive Action providing Administrative Relief by expanding DACA and creating deferred action opportunities for Parents of Americans (DAPA). The initiative funds community based grants to legal service providers, outreach and community navigation organizations, ethnic media and technical immigration advisors. With continued support from the Department of 8 P a g e

10 Children, Youth and their Families, the Deferred Action Grants program also collaborates with city agencies, the San Francisco Unified School District, the Youth Commission and service providers. Despite high quality free legal services being available to San Francisco immigrants, the DACA application fee of $465 remains a significant financial barrier that prevents many individuals from coming forward and claiming this important benefit. Recognizing that full immigrant integration is a long-term process that involves legal rights and civic participation, OCEIA also supports naturalization opportunities for Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) through the Pathways to Citizenship program. The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative is a three-year public-private partnership between local foundations and the City and County of San Francisco s OCEIA aimed at promoting citizenship and civic participation among San Francisco s naturalization-eligible immigrants. SF Pathways aims to significantly increase the number of new citizens in the City and County of San Francisco by supporting new models of collaboration and innovation among a select group of legal and social services providers. Service providers offer free legal advice, application assistance, language services, and fee waiver application assistance. The Immigrant Assistance Programs Grants are a natural extension of OCEIA s ongoing efforts to ensure that San Francisco s immigrant residents and newcomers are able to access the comprehensive range of protections and opportunities currently available to them, and to support the integration of immigrant youth and families. B. IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS GRANTS PURPOSE AND PRIORITIES Priorities 1. Work with OCEIA and grantee collaborative partners to implement specific, measurable projects that facilitate service delivery and improve the lives of immigrants and Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals in San Francisco. 2. Expand access to, and knowledge of, immigrant services and programs, including immigration legal services, healthcare services, workforce and economic support programs, and other stabilizing resources. 3. Identify and develop effective approaches for informing and educating the immigrant community and general public about current immigrant assistance programs and opportunities for success and empowerment. 4. Successfully combat immigration fraud and scams targeting vulnerable individuals through timely, complete, accurate, and multilingual community education strategies. 9 P a g e

11 5. Develop systems and processes to track and collect data on language service needs and provisioning by city and community partners. 6. Create multilingual outreach strategies tailored to the needs of historically underserved and hard-to-reach immigrant communities in San Francisco and promote full and inclusive participation; 7. Provide ongoing support for the educational, economic, social, and civic integration of immigrant residents. Grant Categories Grants will be awarded in four categories (applicants may apply to only one category): LANGUAGE ACCESS DATA & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS DEFERRED ACTION APPLICATION FEE ASSISTANCE LABOR IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE IRISH IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT & CAPACITY BUILDING This program seeks to assist city and community organizations involved in providing language services to compile and analyze data on the language needs of Limited English Proficient (LEP) clients served in San Francisco. The project will develop centralized data collection tools to track client interactions and service delivery trends over time, allowing agencies to assess program quality and create annual plans for improving language access for underserved, vulnerable and monolingual communities in San Francisco. This program will provide fee assistance to eligible applicants for deferred action programs, in particular those living, working or attending school in San Francisco. This program will help provide partial or full support to cover application fees for deferred action, while also promoting financial education and economic inclusion as a condition of assistance. This program seeks to provide legal and wraparound social services to immigrant union members and their families. Services may include but not be limited to: providing legal assistance and referrals for various forms of immigration relief including deferred action, citizenship, and special immigrant juvenile status; assisting union members to navigate administrative government processes and obtain relevant documents such as Municipal ID Cards and Drivers Licenses; educating and informing members about programs, rights and resources available to immigrants. This project involves assessing the economic, employment, health and social service needs of Irish immigrants residing or working in San Francisco City and County. The project will involve analyzing available information, studies and U.S. Census Bureau data, conducting surveys, and building the capacity of community-based leaders and organizations to meet the needs of this population, particularly underserved, low-income, linguistically isolated or undocumented individuals. Activities must be primarily conducted in San Francisco and benefit individuals who live, work or attend school in the City. Service provision will be focused on, but not be limited to, areas of the city with the highest concentration of Irish immigrant, LEP, low income, underemployed, unhoused, or monolingual individuals. 10 P a g e

12 Expected Outcomes Following are potential project outcomes: LANGUAGE ACCESS DATA & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS DEFERRED ACTION APPLICATION FEE ASSISTANCE LABOR IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE IRISH IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT & CAPACITY BUILDING Develop a comprehensive and user-friendly data collection and relationship management system to assist city departments and community organizations in tracking and analyzing data on their clients language service needs; Provide ongoing technical support for city employees and community grantees involved in managing language access programs. Maximize the number of individuals who apply for immigration relief (specifically deferred action programs) by removing financial and cost barriers through partial and full fee subsidies. Maximize the number of partial and full fee subsidies provided to SF immigrant applicants. Provide financial education and build linkages to long-term financial literacy using products such as bank accounts, financial coaching, and building credit. Achieve demonstrated improvements in financial stability and specific household economic indicators for participants (for example, increases in savings, credit scores, et cetera). Increase awareness of immigration relief opportunities and local government programs among immigrant members of SF Labor Unions. Develop streamlined referral processes and placements for complete legal representation and support. Provide consultation and screenings at no charge to immigrant union members or their families, with a priority on low wage earners. Provide comprehensive case management for immigrant union members who need assistance navigating local and state government programs. Maximize the number of immigrant union members and their family members receiving legal screenings and applying for various forms of immigration relief. Community Needs Assessment for Irish Immigrant Community in San Francisco. Strategic Plan for capacity building and coordination of services. Effective outreach and education on immigrant assistance programs, fraud prevention, financial empowerment, and health and social services. 11 P a g e

13 Organizations must be ready to begin implementing their activities by April 18, Grantees are expected to coordinate their efforts with OCEIA, city departments, and other identified partners to leverage resources and address service or policy gaps. C. PROPOSAL CATEGORIES AND AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS Funding is available for the following categories and annual ranges for up to two years. OCEIA may choose to provide multiple year grants depending on available funds: CATEGORY LANGUAGE ACCESS DATA AND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS PROGRAM DEFERRED ACTION APPLICATION FEE ASSISTANCE LABOR IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE IRISH IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT & CAPACITY BUILDING MAXIMUM ANNUAL GRANT AMOUNT # OF GRANTS TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE $30,000 1 Grant Up to $60,000 over two years $60,000 1 Grant Up to $120,000 over two years $65,000 1 Grant Up to $130,000 over two years $150,000 1 Grant Up to $300,000 over two years The City reserves the right to: 1. Not allocate the full amount of available funding, combine, or make adjustments in the number of grants and/or award amounts for this program if insufficient qualified proposals are received; 2. Modify applicant goals and targets of outreach, collaboration, and coordination to avoid duplication and/or increase appropriate outreach to historically hard-to-reach LEP and underserved non-english speaking communities in San Francisco; and to, 3. Reject any and all proposals. D. ELIGIBILITY AND USE OF FUNDS The Immigrant Assistance Program Grants RFP process is open to all San Francisco-based nonprofit 501(c) (3) organizations that wish to implement projects as outlined in this RFP. To be eligible for an Immigrant Assistance Program grant, proposed projects must: Be located in San Francisco with all major activities taking place in San Francisco. 12 P a g e

14 Serve the targeted populations in San Francisco (residents or individuals who live, work or attend school in the City). Demonstrate that staff performing the work have cultural and linguistic competency. Demonstrate a long-term benefit to the identified San Francisco populations and City. Provide a time bound schedule of when activities will occur. Be within the demonstrated capacity of the applying organization. Propose achievable goals, specific activities and measurable objectives. Be willing to work as a collaborative with other grantees and OCEIA. Utilize standardized procedures and tools, including screening procedures, intake forms and referral processes, as designated by OCEIA. Applicants may apply to only one funding category. In addition, applicants for each category must meet the minimum criteria as shown below: CATEGORY LANGUAGE ACCESS DATA AND TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS PROGRAM DEFERRED ACTION APPLICATION FEE ASSISTANCE LABOR IMMIGRANT ASSISTANCE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Demonstrated track record of providing technology capacity building (strategic planning, training, consultation, systems development and troubleshooting) to public sector and nonprofit clients. Expertise in designing and building cost-effective, relevant and scalable database solutions and web-based user portals for community and government users. Minimum five years experience working with organizations serving underserved, monolingual/lep and vulnerable communities. Track record of conducting outreach to hard-to-reach immigrant communities on immigration-related services and issues, and referring eligible individuals to legal and community based resources. Demonstrated track record of providing financial assistance for costs associated with immigration applications. Proven strategies and processes for linking immigrants to culturally and linguistically competent products and tools that further financial stability and inclusion. Prior experience as part of a collaborative promoting immigrant assistance. Demonstrated track record of conducting outreach and providing wraparound direct services to immigrant union members and their families. Capacity to conduct outreach on a broad range of immigrant-related services and issues, including referring eligible individuals to legal and social service professionals. Capacity to provide immigration legal assistance to San Francisco labor union members and their families. Expertise providing information and guidance on a variety of programs, including but not limited to DACA, DAPA, citizenship, AB60 Drivers License, Municipal ID cards, legal protections and rights. 13 P a g e

15 IRISH IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT & CAPACITY BUILDING Demonstrated track record of working effectively with the San Francisco Irish immigrant community. Capacity to conduct outreach on a broad range of immigrant-related services and issues, and referring eligible individuals to professionals. Minimum five years experience coordinating immigration, legal, employment and other relevant programs for vulnerable, underserved Irish immigrants and newcomers. All applicants must be compliant City Vendors prior to submitting proposals to be eligible for funding. All proposals will be screened before the review process begins, and non-compliant organizations will not be considered. Applicants can obtain the necessary forms from the Office of Contract Administration, Room 430 or online: To determine if an applicant organization or fiscal sponsor is compliant, contact the Controller's Office at (415) All proposed activities must be directly related to immigrant assistance programs outlined in this RFP. Detailed guidelines as well as terms and conditions will be outlined in the final grant agreement. No funds received through this RFP may be used to provide financial assistance for any program that involves political or religious activities. Applicants must comply with Section of the San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Code which outlines specific requirements for the use of City funds, including accessibility, non-discrimination, procurement, eligible and ineligible reimbursements, and other activities. City departments are not eligible for funds. Funds may be used for printing, equipment or software costs related to the delivery or implementation of language services as outlined in this RFP but may not constitute the majority of the proposed budget. Note: Successful applicants will be required to execute and meet the provisions of a grant agreement. Additional documentation, including an annual work plan and an annual budget, must be completed and approved by OCEIA prior to any funds being committed or spent. Financing is based on a schedule to be determined by OCEIA. Successful applicants will be expected to participate in all OCEIA joint activities and financial/data reporting systems. Expenses incurred prior to start of the contract are not eligible for reimbursement. E. FUNDING PERIOD Grants will be awarded for work performed by nonprofit and community-based organizations for two years beginning April 2016 and ending June 30, Depending on availability of funds, OCEIA may extend the grant period by up to two additional years. 14 P a g e

16 F. REVIEW PROCESS, SCHEDULE AND SELECTION CRITERIA All submitted proposals will be initially screened by OCEIA staff to determine completeness and eligibility incomplete or ineligible proposals will not be considered. Evaluation and rating of eligible proposals will be conducted by a committee of OCEIA and City staff. The OCEIA Executive Team (Executive Director, Deputies and Associate Director) will determine the final awardees and amounts. Please see the schedule outlined in Section III for specific dates and times. Applicants selected for contract negotiations are not guaranteed a contract. The selection of any applicant for contract negotiations shall not imply acceptance by the City of all terms of the proposal, which may be subject to further negotiation and approvals before the City may be legally bound thereby. Proposal Evaluation Criteria (100 points) Each proposal will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria below. A. Quality of Proposal 1. How well does the proposal clearly, directly and specifically relate and respond to the needs and requirements outlined in the RFP? 2. Are the proposed activities culturally and linguistically relevant and appropriate for the targeted populations? 3. Are the proposed goals, objectives and activities measurable and relevant to the RFP? 4. How much evidence is there in the proposal that the applicant thought about and responded with integrity to the requirements of the RFP? 35 points B. Capacity 1. How well does the proposal clearly and specifically demonstrate the applicant s structural capacity, experience, and proven approach delivering activities and services specified in the RFP? 2. Does the applicant have a proven track record of successfully serving or engaging the targeted populations and what evidence is provided to substantiate this? 3. Does the Respondent meet standards for delivering services in a quality and timely manner? 25 points 15 P a g e

17 C. Staff Qualifications & Experience 1. Do the applicant s staff members proposed to perform the work have sufficient qualifications and experience to implement the proposed services, and does the proposal provide proof of this? 2. Do proposed staff reflect the communities served and what evidence of cultural and linguistic competency is provided? D. Costs, Work Efforts and Timeframes 1. Are the costs, work efforts, approaches and timeframes appropriate and reasonable for the proposed activities? 20 points 10 points E. Submission Requirements and Proposal Information 1. Does the proposal adhere to the submission requirements set forth in the RFP? 2. Is the information provided complete, accurate and applicable to the RFP? TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE 10 points 100 points G. PROTEST PROCEDURES Protest of Non-Responsiveness Determination Within five business days of the City's issuance of a notice of non-responsiveness, any respondent that has submitted a proposal and believes that the City has incorrectly determined that its proposal is non-responsive may submit a written notice of protest. Such notice of protest must be received by the City on or before the fifth business day following the City's issuance of the notice of non-responsiveness. The notice of protest must include a written statement specifying in detail each and every one of the grounds asserted for the protest. The protest must be signed by an individual authorized to represent the respondent, and must cite the law, rule, local ordinance, procedure or RFP provision on which the protest is based. In addition, the protestor must specify facts and evidence sufficient for the City to determine the validity of the protest. Protest of Grant Award Within five business days of the City's issuance of a notice of intent to award the grant, any applicant that has submitted a responsive proposal and believes that the City has incorrectly selected another proposer for award may submit a written notice of protest by mail or (fax is not acceptable). Such notice of protest must be received by the City on or before the fifth business day after the City's issuance of the notice of intent to award. The notice of protest must include a written statement specifying in detail each and every one of the grounds asserted for the protest. The protest must be signed by an individual authorized to represent the proposer, and must cite the law, rule, local ordinance, procedure or RFP provision on which the protest is 16 P a g e

18 based. In addition, the protestor must specify facts and evidence sufficient for the City to determine the validity of the protest. Delivery of Protests All protests must be received by 5:00p.m. of the due date. If a protest is mailed, the protestor bears the risk of non-delivery within the deadlines specified herein. Protests should be transmitted by a means that will objectively establish the date the City received the protest. Protests or notice of protests made orally (e.g., by telephone) or by fax will not be considered. Protests must be delivered to: Executive Director Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs 50 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA If the City determines that a meeting with the party submitting the appeal is necessary, such meeting will be scheduled within ten (10) calendar days of the receipt of a protest to review and attempt to resolve the protest. 17 P a g e

19 V. APPLICATION FORM Applicants must use the attached form (Attachment A) which has been prepared to streamline and simplify the application process. Applicants are encouraged to be concise and include only essential and specific information as requested. Applicants are directed not to alter, delete or otherwise change any section in the form. All sections in the form must be completed with the required information. Additional information related to the proposal may be included in an attachment. OCEIA reserves the right to request additional information or documents after the due date if needed. Proposed work plans are subject to final approval by OCEIA during contract negotiations and successful applicants may be asked to change details of their proposed plans. Completed applicants forms should be scanned and prepared as either a single file in MSWORD or PDF (or in a ZIP file) and ed to with the subject line: RFP Immigrant Assistance Programs Grants. All proposals must be received by 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, March 18, 2016 to be considered. A confirmation and Grant Applicant Identification number will be sent via within 24 hours of receipt of the proposal by OCEIA. 18 P a g e

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