This is a series of trainings based on material produced by the Community Action Partnership and the Association of Nationally Certified ROMA Trainers. They are designed to be either short stand alone segments that could be presented at a Board meeting, or to be joined together in as a full day workshop or Board Retreat session. It can be done in conjunction with other Board training activities¸ or could be provided to Board Members as a “take home” activity (where they would view the power point and read the notes independently).The guides are designed to be adapted to use however best engages Boards in the discussion about Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA).
This website is a resource for the Community Action Network to access an array of information and assistance designed to support efforts in serving low income families and addressing the causes of poverty in local communities.
This webinar is part of the Organizational Standards 2.0 Webinar Series designed to provide continuing support for agencies to meet (and exceed) the Organizational Standards. This session addresses Category 5 and covers discussion topics and technical assistance on the following: Questions about the interpretation of individual Standards, Documentation requirements to show compliance with the Standards, Accessing available technical assistance resources and requests for new resources, Promising practices to help agencies go “beyond compliance” to improve their management and operations.
This guide was created in partnership with CAPLAW to address the points about board and executive director relationships that are unique to Community Action Agencies. Sections include: roles and responsibilities, communication, executive transitions, board development and board. The guide also includes additional resources to help boards and executive directors nurture their relationship.
his is the technical assistance guide for Public CAA’s on Category 5 of the CSBG Organizational Standards, focusing on Board Governance. Each of the nine categories has a separate guide for both public and private agencies. These guides provide public agencies with the information they need to be both compliant and high performing in accordance to each standard.
This is the technical assistance guide for Category 5 of the CSBG Organizational Standards, focusing on Board Governance. Each of the nine categories has a separate guide for both public and private agencies. These guides provide agencies with the information they need to be both compliant and high performing in accordance to each standard.
This document is designed to help agencies understand the of CSBG Organizational Standards in the context of the governing Board. In particular, this document highlights how the implementation of the Organizational Standards will impact the role of the governing Board, and lays out the necessary changes the Boards must make to their typical activities and processes in order to be compliant with the Organizational Standards.
This Calendar of Required Actions is a checklist of the 58 Organizational Standards for Private (Nonprofit) CEEs, divided into categories by how frequently an action is required by the governing board. This tool is intended to help agency Boards plan and track what actions must be taken and when, so that they remain compliant with the Organizational Standards.
This is the introduction video to a 10-part video series that walk through the CSBG Organizational Standards, reviewing each of the 58 Standards and how they relate to the oversight role of a Community Action board. This fist video provides an introduction the Organizational Standards as well as the video series.
This is the second video in a 10-part video series that walks through the CSBG Organizational Standards, reviewing each of the 58 Standards and how they relate to the oversight role of a Community Action board. This second video focuses on Category 1 – Consumer Input and Involvement.
The purpose of this guide is to provide an overview of various financial processes for Community Action Agencies. Some of the topics touched on include: audits, financial reports, statements of cash flow, and internal controls. This guide precludes anticipating each and every possible bit of financial information necessary, and is instead meant as a high level overview to start the conversation between the Board, staff and auditor.
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