ResultsOHIO Funding Opportunity

The Treasurer’s office is accepting applications for evaluation of pay for success projects for the ResultsOHIO program. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until November 20th, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Service intermediaries, service providers, philanthropic organizations, investors, business entities, state agencies, political subdivisions, and any combination thereof, including a single entity that constitutes a full project team, may apply. There are no limitations regarding the subject matter of the project (e.g. water quality, infant mortality, recidivism, etc.).

Typically, pay for success projects have a total project cost of between $3 million and $10 million, where services are delivered over at least eighteen (18) months and up to five (5) years, and performance metrics can be periodically measured over the life of the project. ResultsOHIO prefers projects be in within this time and cost range, but will consider all projects.

This application is not an offer to contract, and submission of an application does not guarantee award of a pay for success contract or funding. Rather, this is the first step in the ResultsOHIO process and will determine whether submitted applications are Ineligible, Not PFS Appropriate, PFS Appropriate, but not Ready, or PFS Appropriate and Ready.

To submit an application, please click here and provide your information. Once you have done so, our office will send you the application.

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