social impact partnership model

(5) Social impact partnership model The term “social impact partnership model” means a method of financing social services in which— (A) Federal funds are awarded to a State or local government only if a State or local government achieves certain outcomes agreed on by the State or local government and the Secretary; and (B) the State or local government coordinates with service providers, investors (if applicable to the project), and (if necessary) an intermediary to identify— (i) an intervention expected to produce the outcome; (ii) a service provider to deliver the intervention to the target population; and (iii) investors to fund the delivery of the intervention.


42 USC § 1397n-12(5)

Scoping language

None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (division C) of this section.
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