The BCJI application requires a consortium of partners (hereinafter referred to as “cross-sector partnership”) to work together to design a strategy addressing a targeted crime problem and respond to the scope of this solicitation. The application must also show commitment from the local law enforcement agency, community leaders, and a research partner as part of this cross-sector partnership through detailed letters of support outlining their participation and partnership in the project. This cross-sector partnership must designate one agency or organization as the fiscal agent. Throughout this solicitation, “fiscal agent” and “applicant” are used interchangeably. The fiscal agent will serve as the BCJI applicant and submit the application on behalf of the cross-sector partnership, oversee coordination of the cross-sector partnership if funds are awarded, and manage any subawards for services. The fiscal agent will be legally responsible for complying with all applicable federal rules and regulations in receiving and expending federal funds. The application must demonstrate that the fiscal agent has the capacity, commitment, and community support to serve as fiscal agent. The fiscal agent must demonstrate such capacity by showing experience engaging residents as well as core criminal justice and other partners in the implementation of community justice plans, especially in the targeted community.
Modified On : May 22, 2012
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