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Michigan ROMA Collaborative 4 years, 12 months ago #242

Mission:
To strengthen the capacity of Michigan’s CAA network through the Results Oriented Management and Accountability (ROMA) principles to provide a realistic and accurate view of Community Action.


Strategies:


ROMA Collaborative expands its leadership in the CAA network to demonstrate and communicate the value and impact of ROMA.

ROMA Collaborative improves CAA’s capacity to service low-wealth clients by identifying, developing, and/or disseminating education and resources necessary for CAAs to improve their practices.

ROMA Collaborative establishes a uniform planning and reporting technology strategy and to strengthen processes in order to provide a realistic and accurate view of Community Action using a shared statewide database.

ROMA Collaborative engages and expands the ROMA professionals that participates and contributes actively in the ongoing development of the CAA network.


ROMA Framework:

A volunteer framework consisting of people from the state association, the state office, and the CAA network will work together to strength the capacity of the CAA network in Michigan. A small leadership team of volunteers assembled in the spring of 2012 will manage the ROMA Collaborative. This team has established a mission, strategies, and committees. The chair for each committee is starting to recruit volunteers. The core leadership team will focus on meeting objectives through the committees and building a strong communication strategy.




ROMA Collaborative Committees:

FacsPro NPI Streamlining

ROMA Training

CSBG Application Streamlining

Data Management



To join committees please contact Amy Dillon at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Last Edit: 4 years, 12 months ago by Kris Schoenow. Reason: Spacing
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