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The Authority seeks proposals from firms who can assist with development and implementation of a comprehensive approach for collecting and analyzing data on the impact of its financing programs, including its bonding, loan and grant programs, as well as financing provided through its subsidiary, CHEFA Community Development Corporation.
The Authority will consider each respondent’s ability to provide comprehensive, quality service to the Authority, as well as its reputation and fee structure. At a minimum, the services provided to the Authority will include three key components:
Develop the key data metrics for measuring economic and social impact of CHEFA financing and grant programs. Data metrics should capture information on quality jobs created (temporary and permanent), employment achieved, patients successfully served, students successfully educated, children successfully cared for, and any other information the consultant considers relevant.
Develop a data collection tool and a feasible implementation approach for collecting data from CHEFA clients on an ongoing basis.
Develop a data analysis methodology that CHEFA staff can employ for regular reporting on project impact.