News — Governance & Accountability
The Council and members ask EOHHS to revisit proposed rate taking into consideration locations, the coming OT change and other issues.
Residents of the Commonwealth don't have to wait until Tuesday, Nov. 8 to vote this year.
These half-day trainings address the important issues of communication, staff performance and compliance and ethics.
Nonprofits can help drive voter education and participation by registering and engaging staff, clients, consumers and other constituents.
The proposed amendments are a result of the Baker Administration's efforts to streamline all state regulations.
A section of the recently signed economic development bill could have diverted scarce resources from nonprofits.
There will be another flurry of activity as the House and Senate work to wrap up the session.
Hearings address certain placement and supports and youth-stabilization services.
In addition to the presidential election and a number of state races, there will be several important ballot questions this year.
A coalition of 17 nonprofit associations from across Massachusetts register opposition to a bill provision on taxing nonprofits.
The Council urges members to give us feedback on changes to 808 CMR 1.00, and to submit comments to the Commonwealth by Aug. 22.
The FY '17 spending plan goes back to the House and Senate for review, finalization.
More than 1,000 nonprofits from across the U.S. responded to the National Council of Nonprofits survey.
Human services mostly level-funded in the FY'17 budget approved by the House and Senate.
Panel of experts acknowledge the complexities and challenges of implementation for nonprofit providers.
Here is some suggested reading on leadership transition and organizational sustainability.
A U.S. Department of Labor representative takes part in this panel to help providers understand how to comply with this upcoming change.
The 20 percent lifetime cap on Surplus Revenue Retention will be eliminated. Additionally, the 5 percent annual cap on Surplus Revenue Retention will be changed to a 20 percent cap per year.
The 90-minute session is designed to help nonprofits understand their responsibilities with regard to OT.
The rule, which includes nonprofits, means more people are eligible to earn overtime starting Dec. 1, 2016.