Community agency selection
(1) In selecting a community agency under ORS 329A.706 (Program implementation), the Office of Child Care shall consider:
(a) A prospective agency’s financial soundness, net worth, cash flow and accounting capacity to manage the tax credit program;
(b) A prospective agency’s demonstrated ability to serve low and moderate income families;
(c) The degree to which the governing board of the prospective agency is representative of the community in which the agency is located, has a low turnover rate of board members, has experience with financial matters and has a demonstrated history of collaboration with other community agencies; and
(d) The experience and expertise of the executive or managing officer and staff of the prospective agency in child care business management and small business development.
(2) The office shall select the community agency that, in the judgment of the office and based on the criteria set forth in subsection (1) of this section, will best serve the interests of the community for which it is selected. [Formerly 657A.709]
Note: See note under 329A.700 (Definitions for ORS 329A.700 to 329A.718).
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