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CSBG: Empowering States and Local Communities to Lead on Poverty

By: Eric Behna, Program & Policy Analyst Critics of the U.S. social safety net have often painted federal antipoverty programs as being overly proscriptive and out of touch with actual Americans in need. The Republican authored “A Better Way” antipoverty plan repeatedly emphasizes the need for state and local leadership, asserting that “state and local … Continue reading

NASCSP Statement on FY 2018 Budget Proposal

March 16, 2017   This morning the Trump Administration released its FY 2018 budget outline, also known as the “skinny budget”. Regrettably, the budget proposal calls for significant cuts to several agencies and programs across the federal government that impact low-income Americans. The budget blueprint calls for $1.7 billion in cuts at the Department of … Continue reading

A Step in a New Direction

“If there is one statement that is true about the Weatherization Assistance Program [WAP] it is that things are always moving and changing. The purpose of this email shows that this continues to be true. After 28 years in Indiana’s WAP I am taking a step in a new direction. I have accepted the position … Continue reading

ROMA Next Generation Release!

ROMA Next Generation is the last piece in a broader national effort to strengthen the performance management culture of the CSBG Network. Thanks in large part to the hard work of the ROMA Next Generation Workgroup, our partners, and colleagues, as well as continued dialogue across the CSBG Network, we are pleased to release ROMA … Continue reading

CSBG ROMA NG Update

Greetings from the NASCSP Staff and Happy Holidays. The CSBG Network had a wonderful year and as we move into 2016, we expect to continue on the path of excellence in alleviating poverty. As a part of a CSBG network that includes over 1,000 agencies across the nation that are dedicated to fighting poverty in … Continue reading

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