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The State of Poverty
The State of Poverty
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2016 NASCSP Mid Winter Training Conference

NASCSP 2016 Mid-Winter Training Conference | Arlington, VA

The National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP) held their 2016 Orientation and Mid-Winter Training Conference February 24-26, in Arlington, VA. Below are presentations from the sessions.

Thursday, February 25 | Friday, February 26

Thursday | NASCSP Mid-Winter Training Conference

CSBG Sessions

CSBG: Update from the Federal Office of Community Services (OCS) - Session 1
Presenters: Monica Barczak, Senior Advisor, Rural IMPACT and Two Generation Efforts, Office of Community Services; David Barrie, Financial Operations Branch Chief, Division of State Assistance; Seth Hassett, Director, Division of State Assistance; Andrala Walker, Branch Chief, Division of State Assistance, U.S. DHHS

CSBG: Update from the Federal Office of Community Services (OCS) - Session 2
Presenters: Kate Blunt, Senior Consultant, Federal Consulting Group; Seth Hassett, Director, Division of State Assistance, U.S. DHHS; Heather Reed, Vice President of Operations, CFI Group

CSBG: ROMA Next Generation (NG)
Presenters: Jenae Bjelland, Executive Director, NASCSP; Kate Blunt, Senior Consultant, Federal Consulting Group; Jeannie Chaffin, Director, Office of Community Services, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. DHHS; Lauren Cook, CSBG Team Lead, NASCSP; Barbara Mooney, Director, Association of Nationally Certified ROMA Trainers; Rae Tamblyn, Research and Communications Analyst, NASCSP

WAP Sessions

WAP: DOE Federal Perspective - Sessions 1 & 2
DOE staff will provide an overview of initiatives, current status, the outlook for Program Year 2016, updates on the Quality Work and Quality Management Plans including facilitated discussion with DOE staff on policy changes, recommendations, and other issues as identified by participants in the Weatherization Planning and Action session.
Presenters: Erica Burrin, Acting Program Manager, WAP; John Mucky, Acting Team Lead, WAP; Josh Olsen, Policy Advisor/Training and Technical Assistance Specialist, Office of Weatherization and Intergovernmental Programs, U.S. DOE

WAP: ASHRAE Updates and Reminders
The ASHRAE standard has slowly become a way of life for Weatherization practitioners and providers everywhere. Are you applying it correctly? Do you understand the intended purpose of the standard? Why is the standard important to the WAP? Where does radon fit? Are changes to ASHRAE coming? This session is designed to examine the ever changing and evolving ASHRAE 62.2 requirements.
Presenter: Paul Francisco, Research Engineer, IL Sustainable Technology Center


Friday
| NASCSP Mid-Winter Training Conference

WAP Sessions

WAP: Quality Control Inspector - Are You There Yet?
Presenters: Ray Judy, Community Programs Manager, IN Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA); Steve Nall, Team Lead, IN Community Action Association

WAP: Financial Management and Monitoring
How financially sound is your network of providers? How do you assess the strength or weaknesses of your WAP Network? How do you determine who is high risk? What should you be reviewing during monitoring? Are you ready for the switch to 2 CFR 200? This session will focus on the need for quality monitoring and risk assessment as well as describe what solid WAP financial practices look like.
Presenter: Michelle Picklesimer, Financial Officer, South Central Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




















 
 
 
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