Category: NASCSP Updates


March 31, 2012

- By Terry Joyner -  NASCSP’s membership proudly recognizes extraordinary contributions made to NASCSP and to the programs that NASCSP represents. The Marjorie J. Witherspoon NASCSP Award is presented to a current or former NASCSP member for significant service or support of NASCSP and/or length of service to NASCSP. The recipient for 2012 is Jim Nolan, Chief, Intergovernmental Human


NASCSP Cries Foul on Committees’ Claims against Weatherization

March 21, 2012

NASCSP came out swinging yesterday when a report released by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, chaired by Darrell Issa (R-CA), made outlandishly false


NASCSP is on Pinterest!

February 23, 2012

Pinterest has been sweeping through the world wide web for the past few months now, and NASCSP is proud to be "pinning" about poverty and energy issues! Pinterest according to their website "lets

Category : NASCSP Updates

2012 WAP Mid-Winter Orientation and Conference

February 2, 2012

By Alice Gaston The 2012 NASCSP Mid-Winter Conference kicked off Monday, February 27 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC with an introduction by NASCSP Board Chair Steve Payne and NASCSP Executive Director Tim Warfield. The first two days of the conference were comprised of an Orientation for New and Existing WAP State Managers and Staff. An impressive 47 attendees participated, ranging


Legislative Update

January 7, 2012

By Brad Penney, General Counsel for The Advocates for The Other America We expect a tough year ahead on the Hill as far as NASCSP programs are concerned. Just before the Christmas holiday, the first session of the 112th Congress ended with the passage of an Omnibus Appropriations bill for FY 2012. While CSBG fared reasonably well, funded at $ 713.63 million, WAP did not, with a final funding

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