How does my project score impact my project's likelihood of being funded?

Scores are one component of the funding process, but a project’s score doesn’t immediately qualify or disqualify a project from funding. The Recovery Office and County Management is now conducting a review to ensure that overall, the Draft Recovery Plan includes a diversity among funded projects by geographic location, population served, and project scale and size of the organization completing the project, as well as the availability of other funding and the potential for transformative, one-time impact.

Therefore, a project may have a high score but ultimately may not be included as a funded project. Alternatively, a lower scoring project may be included in the Draft Plan.

The rationale for all decisions will be posted publicly and shared with the applicant no later than July 18, 2022.


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1. How were project scores determined?
2. How was the scoring rubric created?
3. Who served on the External Review Committee?
4. How does my project score impact my project's likelihood of being funded?
5. Can I contest my project score?
6. When will I know if my project is being funded?