Today OFN announced eight recipients of the Building Capacity of CDFIs in Georgia program, developed in support with Healthcare Georgia Foundation.
OFN’s newest report, CDFI Loan Fund Compensation and Benefits Survey, is an invaluable resource that can help CDFIs recruit, reward, and retain high-quality employees.
In November, OFN’s Board of Directors unanimously voted to move OFN's headquarters to Washington, D.C. by 2019. This is historic news. For more than 30 years OFN has been headquartered in Philadelphia.
On Thursday, December 7, Congress passed a short-term spending bill that will extend the fiscal year (FY) 2018 Continuing Resolution (CR) from December 8 to December 22, 2017. The House passed the bill by a 235-193 vote while the Senate passed the bill by an 81-14 vote.