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Message ID: 9332
Date: 2013-01-16

Author:Shager, Hilary M - DCF

Subject:Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation Opportunity

The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families is excited to announce the release of its request for proposals (RFP) for Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation Services. In September 2012, Wisconsin received federal approval for a Title IV-E child welfare waiver demonstration project, which allows states to expend Title IV-E funds for children and families who are not normally eligible under Part E of Title IV of the Social Security Act. The purpose of Wisconsin’s demonstration project is to reduce re-entry into the child welfare system and improve the safety and well-being of children who have reunified with their family after living temporarily in out-of-home care, by implementing a 12-month post-reunification support period into the child welfare casework and service delivery system. Each federal demonstration project requires evaluation by an outside party, to include a process evaluation, an outcome evaluation, and a cost analysis. In addition, Wisconsin’s project requires development of a predictive risk model to help target demonstration services to children most at-risk of re-entry into the child welfare system. Here is the link to the Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation Services RFP on the public notices website: http://publicnotices.wi.gov/NoticeView.asp?lnid=999918085 . You can view the RFP by clicking on “View VendorNet Bid Announcement.” We hope you will consider submitting a proposal or forwarding this message to colleagues who may be interested in doing so. Hilary Shager Research Analyst Department of Children and Families ————————————— 201 East Washington Avenue Madison, WI 53703 T: 608.267.9647 E: hilary.shager@wisconsin.gov

The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families is excited to announce the release of its request for proposals (RFP) for Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation Services. In September 2012, Wisconsin received federal approval for a Title IV-E child welfare waiver demonstration project, which allows states to expend Title IV-E funds for children and families who are not normally eligible under Part E of Title IV of the Social Security Act. The purpose of Wisconsin’s demonstration project is to reduce re-entry into the child welfare system and improve the safety and well-being of children who have reunified with their family after living temporarily in out-of-home care, by implementing a 12-month post-reunification support period into the child welfare casework and service delivery system. Each federal demonstration project requires evaluation by an outside party, to include a process evaluation, an outcome evaluation, and a cost analysis. In addition, Wisconsin’s project requires development of a predictive risk model to help target demonstration services to children most at-risk of re-entry into the child welfare system. Here is the link to the Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation Services RFP on the public notices website: http://publicnotices.wi.gov/NoticeView.asp?lnid=999918085 . You can view the RFP by clicking on “View VendorNet Bid Announcement.” We hope you will consider submitting a proposal or forwarding this message to colleagues who may be interested in doing so. Hilary Shager Research Analyst Department of Children and Families ————————————— 201 East Washington Avenue Madison, WI 53703 T: 608.267.9647 E: hilary.shagerwisconsin.gov