When do the Committees meet?
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Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI): Request for Assistance
The Performance and Outcomes Committee accepts requests for CQI assistance from Local Planning Bodies and Service Providers.
Follow this link to submit your request and allow 7 days for a return response. All requests will be reviewed by the Committee at monthly meetings.
Performance and Outcomes Committee - Chair, Tina Allen
Committee Policy and Procedures - Approved 11/8/18
Role and Responsibilities: The MIBOSCOC Performance and Outcomes Committee is responsible for developing and implementing plans for the monitoring and improvement of State and Federal system performance measures for the MIBOSCOC homeless system.
Funding Application Committee - Chair, Lori Pieri
Role and Responsibilities: The MIBOSCOC HUD CoC Application and Evaluation Committee is responsible for the development of the annual HUD CoC Program local application and scorecards, as well as the project application evaluation process that is used to evaluate, score, and rank CoC projects (renewal and new as directed by the Governance Council). The Committee also facilitates funding recommendations for projects included in the annual CoC consolidated application.
Coordinated Entry - Chair, Ashley Halladay-Schmandt
Role and Responsibilities: The MIBOSCOC Coordinated Entry Committee is responsible to evaluate, update, and recommend training for the MI BOSCOC Coordinated Entry Policy and the Local Planning Body procedures.
Finance Committee - Chair, Denise Cornelius (Treasurer)
Committee Policy and Procedures - Approved 12/13/18
Role and Responsibilities: The MIBOSCOC Finance Committee is responsible to develop and oversee the Planning Grant budget. The Committee is also responsible to inform the Governance Council on the budget through reports and accept recommendations from the Governance Council on the budget based on strategic plans and goals. The MIBOSCOC Treasurer will serve as Chair of this Committee.
Membership and Equity Committee - Chair, Amanda Bergeron (Secretary)
Role and Responsibilities: This Committee is responsible for the development and oversight of an outreach plan to reach the full diversity of stakeholders, including persons/organizations that are not currently members, and will establish and annually review membership process/application for the MIBOSCOC. Additionally, this Committee is responsible for slating Officers, Governance Council members and Committee nominations, while ensuring diversity, balanced stakeholder representation and institutional memory. The Committee provides information to new members that orients them to the Governance Council and its role within the MI BOSCOC, including the Governance Charter, current Governance Council roster, and membership benefits and responsibilities. The MI BOSCOC Secretary will serve as Chair of this Committee.
Contractual Agreement Oversight Committee - Chair, Denise Cornelius
Role and Responsibilities: This Committee is responsible for undertaking performance evaluations of the Collaborative Applicant (CA) and Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Lead Agency periodically. This Committee will report recommendations on annual designation of the CA and HMIS Lead Agency to the Governance Council. This Committee, with the final approval of the Governance Council, will have an active role in formulating the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with both the CA and HMIS Lead Agency.
Vulnerable Populations Committees
Role and Responsibilities: These Committees are responsible for the development and oversight of strategies and implementation of best practices to most effectively reach and house highly vulnerable homeless populations within the MIBOSCOC, particularly as defined by HUD. These populations include those experiencing chronic homelessness, Veterans, youth, survivors of domestic violence or human trafficking, families, and other populations as identified and prioritized by the Governance Council. Currently, subcommittees exist for the following populations:
Domestic Violence Subcommittee