Apply for a Community Compact IT Grant
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Community Compact / Division of Local Services
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Municipalities that applied for a Community Compact under the CCC Best Practice program on or before June 30, 2018 will be eligible and applications must be submitted by September 15th. However, cities and towns that were awarded an IT Grant Program grant in FY18 will not be eligible in FY19.
Projects awarded grants must be completed before or by January 30, 2020
NOTE: You will need a passcode to fill out the form below. If your organization is eligible for the Community Compact IT Grant Program, a passcode was emailed to your organization’s Chief Executive on August 15th. The Chief Executive is the Mayor or City Manager in a City, Town Manager/Administrator in a Town, Selectboard Chair if no Manager/Administrator. Please see the designated Chief Executive for your organization before seeking to complete an application on your organization’s behalf.
If you have questions not answered above or your organization’s Chief Executive needs assistance with a passcode, please contact the Division of Local Services by sending an email to Sean Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Step 1 – Eligible Entity: Choose the name of your community from the drop down list.
Step 2 – Contact Information: Include the contact’s name, title, phone number, and email. This should be the person who can be reached if there are questions about your grant application.
Step 3 – Grant Contract Signatory: Identify the person who would sign a grant contract if grant awarded.
Step 4 – Multi-jurisdictional application: Please check this box if this application is for a project with two or more eligible entities seeking to undertake a regionalization/shared services or other IT grant project together. You will then enter the names of the other participating entities. The participating communities should submit one joint application. The application should be submitted by the entity that will be the project lead.
Step 5 – SaaS/Cloud Disclaimer: Please check this box and read the disclaimer language if the application is for a project that in any way involves Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)/Cloud Services.
Step 6 – Grant Amount Requested: Please enter an amount. Grant requests from a single government entity of up to $200,000 will be considered. Optionally, following this, please indicate any other sources of funds available, if applicable.
Step 7 – Purpose: Describe the proposed project, including purpose of the grant request, the capital asset needed, project objectives, and the challenges this project would address.
Step 8 – Benefits: Identify project benefits including efficiencies, cost savings, enhanced service delivery, and/or improved public access to local government services.
Step 9 – Cost Impact and Sustainability Plan: Identify any new costs that will be incurred and how the costs will be paid for or offset, including ongoing operational costs. Describe how this new initiative will be financially viable for the long-term once established.
Step 10 – Measures of Success: What defines success for this project? Describe how the success of the project will be evaluated. Include expected measurable improvements in service delivery or efficiency.
Step 11 – Project Budget: Provide a detailed and realistic project budget estimate. Include breakdown of amount requested by activity/task.
Step 12 – Project Timeline: Provide a timeline for the proposed project. Note projects must be completed before or by January 30, 2020.
Step 13 – Submission: Once you have completed the application, please click the submit button. You will not be able to save or review your application once you hit submit. You will receive notice via email confirming your application.