Frequently Asked Questions
No, but the lead agency that is applying for the implementation project must be a currently funded IV-B Tribe and be the recipient. They can have a partnership agreement with others.
The MPCWIC will pay for one tribal representative from each IV-B tribe to attend the Regional forum meetings in Arlington, TX and Denver, CO in April, 2009. Any tribe can bring additional people at their own expense to attend this meeting.
After the initial Arlington and Denver forums, will have an “Annual Regional Round Table” with those States and Tribes who have selected projects to address barriers and encourage the transfer of learning among projects.
If a project is not selected on the initial round it does not mean the project will never be selected. There are different reasons as to why a project would not be selected. MPCWIC will work with the state/tribe so that the project could be re-submitted at a later round.
No. Applicants can use a Logic Model of their choice.
No. Since the selected projects will not be receiving “funds” from the MPCWIC, the applications do not include a budget section. The MPCWIC will be responsible for determining the cost of the implementation based on the proposal submitted and the technical assistance requested.
Tribes or Tribal consortia currently receiving Title IV-B grant funds and State child welfare agencies within ACF Regions VI and VIII and are eligible for MCWIC implementation projects.
If a consortium applies for an implementation project, CB will not require that every member of that consortium participate in the proposed project activities as a condition of eligibility.
Federally recognized Tribes that are not receiving Title IV-B grant funds are not eligible for implementation projects