Child Death Review and Fetal Infant Mortality Review Technical Assistance Funding Application Survey

Key for Acquisition Type (alpha order):

RFA = Request for Application
RFB = Request for Bid
RFI = Request for Information
RFP = Request for Proposal

Solicitation Due Date/Time

August 15, 2022, 11:45 pm

Anticipated Annual Award Amount: up to $100,000 each for technical assistance to Child Death Review (CDR) and Fetal/Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) teams (agencies may apply for one or both; one agency may be awarded up to $200,000 if awarded for both CDR and FIMR).

Grant funding is expressly dependent upon the availability of funds to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Title V Maternal and Child Health Grant. Applicants will be awarded based on available funding, capacity, and ability to meet application criteria. This project begins January 1, 2023 and ends December 31, 2025. Each contract will have a duration of one calendar year with the possibility of annual renewal for the duration of the project period, contingent on funding availability and performance. Should additional funding become available, award amounts may be altered.


  • Organizations receiving this award will be expected, at a minimum, to perform the following activities:
  • Recruit members of the identified Title V focus population(s) to be leaders and advocates for the needs of their communities in the context of Title V programs 
  • Provide training and support for leadership development with members of the Title V focus population(s) 
  • Create or facilitate a framework for community members to provide input and feedback to Title V-funded programs (this could take different forms, like a consultant model, a community advisory board model, or other framework for community members to provide specific input and participate in program planning and decision-making)
  • Provide appropriate compensation for the time and expertise offered by recruited leaders 
  • Continuously evaluate engagement and satisfaction of youth, caregiver, and family leaders, and provide feedback to the Title V program on improving community engagement

If you have other questions about this application, you can email the Maternal and Child Health Program staff at  

More information on Title V is available here.

Funded projects will help advance the Title V Program’s priorities, and selected applicants will work with the Title V Program to develop an approved budget, budget narrative, and a comprehensive work plan outlining specific project deliverables.

Life Cycle Step

Current Solicitations

Start Date

June 17, 2022, 2:15 pm

Expiration Date

August 15, 2022, 11:45 pm

Status Date

June 17, 2022, 2:15 pm

Acquisition Grant Type

Last Revised: July 29, 2022