The Urban Institute has released a notice of support availability (NoSA) to offer training and technical assistance to potential and existing pay for success projects nationwide. The Pay for Success Administrative Data (PFS-AD) is focused on providing assistance to help sites improve their access to and use of detailed administrative data related to PFS project development. PFS-AD applicants may be located anywhere in the United States, and must be 1) from an eligible organization (nonprofit organizations, public or nonprofit universities, state and local governments, and more) that 2) is actively involved with planning or implementing a PFS project addressing one of three broad issue areas (Youth Development, Economic Opportunity, and Healthy Futures). Assistance is limited to challenges related to administrative data access, management, and use. Eligibility criteria, issue areas, and the training and technical assistance services are described in detail in the NoSA.
The deadline has been extended to May 26, 2017.