The city has $30 million to spend on homeless services and it’s having the service agencies compete for shares of the money based on a list of criteria. The criteria are called outcomes-based.
Various outcomes they say they are looking for social services agencies to bring about: getting homeless people into housing, getting them housing sooner rather than later, arranging that they stay in housing for long times rather than short times, or don’t ever become homeless again.
The language has me confused. I’m sure it’s just me. I don’t understand plain governmentese.