CAPCIL corporate office: 217-732-2159
Kathy Inman, CCAP
Chief Financial Officer
CAPCIL 2015 Agency Audit
Kathy Inman has been a part of the Community Action family since 1997. Along with her years of experience that she brings to the table, she has also received her Certified Community Action Professional (CCAP) certification. The CCAP is a nationally recognized standard that enhances the credentials of CAPCIL. It also provides an edge in competing for public and private grant funds.
Fiscal November and December Calendar
CAPCIL abides by the Davis-Bacon Act for Contracting Bids
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It is the mission of the Fiscal Department to serve its internal customers by following the Federal and State regulations required by the grants and insure that all expenditures are reasonable, allowable, and allocable. This will allow the programs to empower our customers in becoming self-sufficient.
It is the mission of CAPCIL, in partnership with communities in our service area, to empower persons with low income and the aged by creating and implementing poverty-fighting initiatives for those in crisis and those that endeavor a life of lasting independence.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) grant program is an IRS initiative designed to support free tax preparation service for the under-served through various partner organizations. This service helps low- to moderate-income individuals, persons with disabilities, the elderly, and the limited English speakers file their taxes each year.
CAPCIL begins taking appointments for VITA the last week of January and appointments will begin in February.
The Davis-Bacon and Related Acts, apply to contractors and subcontractors performing on federally funded or assisted contracts in excess of $2,000 for the construction, alteration, or repair (including painting and decorating) of public buildings or public works. Davis-Bacon Act and Related Act contractors and subcontractors must pay their laborers and mechanics employed under the contract no less than the locally prevailing wages and fringe benefits for corresponding work on similar projects in the area. The Davis-Bacon Act directs the Department of Labor to determine such locally prevailing wage rates. The Davis-Bacon Act applies to contractors and subcontractors performing work on federal or District of Columbia contracts. The Davis-Bacon Act prevailing wage provisions apply to the “Related Acts,” under which federal agencies assist construction projects through grants, loans, loan guarantees, and insurance.