Form Part A Part A Wilson Fish TANF Coordination Project Performance Report

Generic Performance Progress Report

Wilson Fish TANF Coordination Project Performance Report Part A-clean version.xlsx

Wilson-Fish TANF Coordination Project Performance Report Part A and B

OMB: 0970-0490

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Overview

Sheet1
WF TCP Report


Sheet 1: Sheet1

WF TCP Data Indicators


1. Grantee Name:



2. Grant Number:



3. Reporting Period End Date:



CLIENT SERVICES


In-Person Services










Colleen Mahar-Piersma: For instructions - not new enrollments, just people who were still on the rolls from previously or were enrolled during the year. 4. Number of Clients Who Received In-Person Services This Project Period










5. Types of In-Person Services Provided (Use WF TCP work plan to identify) a. # of Participants Colleen Mahar-Piersma: This would be a formula, with the reporting period # of specific-service participants the numerator and the reporting period # of in-person enrollees the denominator b. % of In-Person Clients Participating








Colleen Mahar-Piersma: The group discussed having a few high-likelihood options listed here. I just put this in as examples; Megan/Kelly may find different high-likelihood options from review of work plans. 5.1 Foundational Case Management Colleen Mahar-Piersma: This should be the same as the number in 4.B.
Colleen Mahar-Piersma: This should be 100% for foundational case management. All others should be calculated based on #4. RADS auto calculates or validation or data check









5.2 Employment/Employability Services










5.3 English Language Instruction










5.4 Financial Literacy Instruction










5.5










5.6










5.7










Remote Engagements a. Email b. Telephone c. Other d. Total






Colleen Mahar-Piersma: Note that projects will not be currently tracking this information and can't be expected to have it for Y1 (if it is even included). 6. Number of remote engagements with ORR-eligible clients accessing services and/or resources










ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT






Program Activities







Colleen Mahar-Piersma: A narrative description of progress and action steps taken toward developing and maintaining relationships with partners and stakeholders 8. Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement







RESOURCES PREPARED AND DISTRIBUTED










Program Activities a. Name of each resource (and purpose, if not evident from the name) Colleen Mahar-Piersma: Instructions: put an x in the relevant reporting period. We'll need to add rows or allow for them to do so. Date ready for distribution (MM/DD/YY) or Still in Preparation Phase


9. Resource type (add lines if there are multiple resources under one or more resource type)




a. Handout




b. Poster




c. Video




d. Other




Colleen Mahar-Piersma: We didn't address this, but one thing that could be done is remove this entire section and simply have the project submit an updated logic model with the report. Needs some more thought. LOGIC MODEL OUTPUTS & OUTCOMES










Colleen Mahar-Piersma: One option is to include the elements of the SF-PPR that DRA wants to retain (challenges, perhaps) here, so that the SF-PPR is no longer used. Logic Model Outputs Progress Identify progress towards each Output during the project period.















































Logic Model Outcomes Progress Identify progress towards each Outcome during the project period.
















































Sheet 2: WF TCP Report




OMB Control Number: 0970-0490




Expiration date: 01/31/2023

WF TCP Data Indicators
1. Grantee Name:
2. Grant Number:
3. Reporting Period End Date:
Client Services
4. Number of Clients Who Received In-Person Services
8. Number of Clients Who Received Services in Remote Areas of the State
5. Types of In-Person Services Provided # of Participants 9. Types of Services Provided in Remote Areas # of Participants
5.1 Foundational Case Management
9.1 Case Management
5.2 Job Placement Services
9.2 Job Placement Services
5.3 Job Readiness/Training
9.3 Job Readiness/Training
5.4 Other Employment Services
9.4 Other Employment Services
5.5 English Language Training
9.5 English Language Training
5.6 Digital Literacy/Technology Training
9.6 Digital Literacy/Technology Training
5.7 Financial Literacy Training
9.7 Financial Literacy Training
5.8 Other Services
9.8 Other Services
6. Cash Assistance Type # of In-Person Participants 10 Cash Assistance Type # of Remote Participants
6.1 TANF
10.1 TANF
6.2 RCA
10.2 RCA
6.3 No Federal Cash Assistance
10.3 No Federal Cash Assistance
7. Employment Outcomes # of In-Person Participants 11. Employment Outcomes # of Remote Participants
7.1 Unduplicated clients receiving employment services
11.1 Unduplicated clients receiving employment services
7.2 Entered Employment (FT)
11.2 Entered Employment (FT)
7.3 Entered Employment (PT)
11.3 Entered Employment (PT)
7.4 Average Hourly Wage Full-Time
11.4 Average Hourly Wage Full-Time
7.5 Average Hourly Wage Part-Time
11.5 Average Hourly Wage Part-Time
7.6 Health Benefits Available
11.6 Health Benefits Available
Training
12. TRAINING ACTIVITY NUMBER DURING PROJECT PERIOD
12.1 Number of hours of refugee training provided to TANF staff
12.2 Number of hours of TANF Training provided to refugee staff (grantee or subgrantee)
12.3 Number of Mentors/Navigators who completed training
12.4 Other
Resources Translations
13. Were any resources or materials developed during the reporting period? Yes/No 14. Were any documents translated during the reporting period? Yes/No
13.1 If yes, please describe the type of resource and planned audience. 14.1 If yes, please identify the documents translated and the languages of the translation.


Trends
15. Please provide any programmatic trends, accomplishments, challenges, and other program management and coordination activities.







PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT OF 1995 (Pub. L. 104-13) STATEMENT OF PUBLIC BURDEN:The purpose of this information collection is inform the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) of the types of services each WF TCP grantee is providing and to whom to inform future Wilson Fish programming. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 2 hours per grantee, including the time for reviewing instructions, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and reviewing the collection of information. This collection of information is required to retain a benefit [45CFR§400.28(b)]. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information subject to the requirements of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. If you have any comments on this collection of information, please contact [email protected]












































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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