|State or Federal?|
|The One Stop-Shop Pilot Project is a new project aimed at directly addressing a core recommendation from Senate Bill (SB) 350 Low-Income Barriers Study (SB 350 Guidance Document) to increase awareness for low-income residents by expanding education and outreach on clean transportation and mobility options. The One-Stop-Shop Pilot is also intended to assist in reaching communities through the Board’s Office of Community Air Protection. This initial grant solicitation focuses on the development and maintenance of a single application for low-income consumers to apply and qualify for CARB’s Low Carbon Transportation Equity Projects (e.g. Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, Enhanced Fleet Modernization Program Plus-Up, Financing Assistance for Lower-Income Consumers, and Clean Mobility Options for Disadvantaged Communities [to the extent feasible]). This solicitation also focuses on providing coordinated community-based outreach and education to maximize program participation and promoting advanced technology vehicle adoption in disadvantaged communities, low-income communities, and low-income households. In addition, the Grantee selected will be required to evaluate and integrate other housing and energy related consumer-based incentives as a part of the One-Stop-Shop’s expansion, to the extent feasible.|
|Local Public Agencies, Nonprofit Organizations, State Government|
|This solicitation is open to federal, state or local government entities or agencies, and California nonprofit organizations with expertise in building key partnerships, coordinating outreach and education in disadvantaged and low-income communities, and general knowledge of CARB’s Low Carbon Transportation Equity Projects. Specific minimum requirements for the Grantee are described in the solicitation and the Draft Sample Grant Agreement for FY 2017-18 (Appendix B to the NOFA).|
|Most Recent/Current Due Date|
|May 24, 2018|
|Most Recent RFP Release Date|
|Apr 09, 2018|
|Total Possible Multi-Year Award|
|# of Awards|
|Annual or Multi-Year?|
CARB will hold two Grant Applicant Teleconferences, at which time staff will be available to answer questions potential applicants may have regarding eligibility, grant application completion, and other requirements.
The preliminary grant applicant teleconference will be held on April 19, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Questions for this teleconference are due April 18, 2018 by 5:00 p.m.
The final grant applicant teleconference will be held on May 2, 2018. Questions for this teleconference are due by May 1, 2018 by 5:00 p.m.
|There is no minimum match funding requirement, but voluntary match or in-kind funding will be considered in scoring the grant application. Funding from other public or private sources, excluding funding provided by CARB, may be combined with CARB funds and must be identified in a project budget.|
|California Air Resources Board (CARB), Mobile Source Control Division|
|Total Amount Available for All Grants|
|CARB, at its sole discretion and upon availability of additional funds, may award a new Grant Agreement for FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20, under the same terms and conditions. The Grantee understands and agrees that there is no guarantee that the subsequent FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Grant Agreements will be awarded.|
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