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Evaluation Process

2017 NYC CCoC Evaluation Preliminary Scores
Click here for the Evaluation Preliminary Scores
If you are considering an appeal please use the Score Appeal Form (PDF) and follow the instructions.
For more information on the NYC CCoC Evaluation and Project ranking process please click here.

Please contact Martha Kenton to request your detailed score for your appeal.
If you have questions about the Evaluation Process please contact Joseph Kwon.


The NYC CCOC Steering Committee annually reviews the evaluation scoring standards for renewal projects in advance of the annual NOFA using the following process:

Scoring standards adopted use provider provided survey responses, APR and HMIS data to evaluate the degree to which projects improve the CoC's system performance. Department of Social Services (DSS) analyzes performance, compliance, and consumer satisfaction data and prepares scoring reports. Applicants may submit an appeals request to the Appeals Committee, which is appointed by the Steering Committee, and reviews and approves or denies requests for scoring adjustments. Providers are notified of the Committee's decisions and final scores are posted on the website. Parties with conflicts of interest are disallowed from participation on the Grievance Committee.


2017 Evaluation Timeline
ActivityDeadline
Discuss Recommended Changes to 2017 Evaluation ProcessJanuary � February 2017
Approve 2017 Evaluation Tool at Steering Committee MeetingFebruary 17, 2017
Evaluation TrainingMarch 2 and March 3, 2017
Evaluation Online Survey Opens for Data CollectionMarch 3, 2017
Deadline to Notify DSS for Exempt StatusMarch 10, 2017
Online Evaluation Survey Due with verification materials (back-up documentation to survey and consumer participation materials) March 17, 2017
Preliminary Results April 14, 2017
Appeals of Evaluation Results DueApril 21, 2017
Program Notified on Status of AppealsMay 5, 2017
Final Evaluation ResultsMay 8, 2017



For general questions about the 2017 Evaluation please contact:

Merih Anil who will assist agencies beginning with Addicts Rehabilitation Center Fund through Kenmore Housing Development Fund (A-K).

Aleida Valentin will work with agencies beginning with Lenox Hill through the YMCA of Greater New York (L-Y).


2017 Evaluation Documents

2017 CCoC Evaluation Tool (PDF)
2017 Evaluation Tool Instructions (PDF)


2016 Evaluation Documents

2016 Preliminary Evaluation Ranking (PDF)