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FY2014 COC Pro Rata Need Amounts



As stated in the FY 2013‐FY 2014 CoC Program Competition NOFA, for the modified FY 2014 CoC Registration, changes in claimed geography from those claimed in the FY 2013 CoC Registration will not be allowed. However, as the PPRN amounts for the geographic areas may have changed that could affect a CoC's Final Pro Rata Need (FPRN), this list has been updated with the FY 2014 PPRN amounts. A CoC's FPRN is the higher of: a) PPRN or b) Annual Renewal Demand.


240036
MD
Annapolis
$53,879
240066
MD
Baltimore
$12,427,595
240156
MD
Bowie City
$41,923
240378
MD
Cumberland
$183,342
240552
MD
Frederick
$77,854
240582
MD
Gaithersburg
$92,936
240660
MD
Hagerstown
$168,099
241278
MD
Salisbury
$61,326
249001
MD
Allegany County
$117,518
249003
MD
Anne Arundel County
$1,219,799
249005
MD
Baltimore County
$2,516,664
249009
MD
Calvert County
$86,424
249011
MD
Caroline County
$55,935
249013
MD
Carroll County
$175,655
249015
MD
Cecil County
$136,252
249017
MD
Charles County
$145,841
249019
MD
Dorchester County
$76,605
249021
MD
Frederick County
$157,064
249023
MD
Garrett County
$62,778
249025
MD
Harford County
$218,125
249027
MD
Howard County
$227,736
249029
MD
Kent County
$47,047
249031
MD
Montgomery County
$2,660,811
249033
MD
Prince Georges County
$2,942,366
249035
MD
Queen Anne's County
$50,905
249037
MD
St. Mary's County
$156,179
249039
MD
Somerset County
$58,846
249041
MD
Talbot County
$62,666
249043
MD
Washington County
$137,950
249045
MD
Wicomico County
$111,302
249047
MD
Worcester County
$75,954









Ann M. Schenning
Senior CPD Representative
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
10 South Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410) 209-6585
Fax: (410) 209-6672   
     

FY 2014 CoC Program Registration Notice is Now Posted: e-snaps is Now Open

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FY 2014 CoC Program Registration Notice is Now Posted: e-snaps is Now Open

The Notice of Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Opportunity to Register and Other Important Information for Electronic Application Submission for the FY 2014 Component of the 2013 - 2014 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition is posted to the OneCPD Resource Exchange. In addition, the modified FY 2014 CoC Registration forms are live in e-snaps. The modified FY 2014 CoC Registration process is only open for 20 days and will close at 7:59:59 pm ET on Wednesday, August 6, 2014.

HUD strongly encourages all Collaborative Applicants, CoC stakeholders, Project Applicants, and Project Sub-recipients to read the FY 2014 CoC Program Registration Notice in its entirety. Collaborative Applicants should carefully review Section III. Completing the Registration Process of the Notice prior to starting the modified FY 2014 CoC Registration process in e-snaps. HUD has posted the CoC Registration and CoC Review Instructional Guide and the CoC Applicant Profile Instructional Guide to the CoC Program Competition: e-snaps Resources page on the OneCPD Resource Exchange.

Important Notes:

  • Collaborative Applicants must complete the modified FY 2014 CoC Registration using e-snaps, a web-based portal accessible at www.hud.gov/esnaps. The FY 2014 CoC Priority Listing will not be available at www.grants.gov.
     
  • CoCs failing to submit a modified FY 2014 CoC Registration by 7:59:59 PM ET on August 6, 2014 will NOT have access to the CoC Priority Listing and will NOT be able to apply for FY 2014 CoC Program funds.
     
  • This modified FY 2014 CoC Registration process is not for project applicants. The Project Application will be available with the publication of the FY 2014 CoC Funding Notice.
     
  • Before Collaborative Applicants can get to the actual Registration forms, they must first register for the Funding Opportunity – "FY 2014 CoC Registration" in e-snapsRegistering for the Funding Opportunity DOES NOT mean that the CoC is registered to apply for FY2014 CoC Program funds. See page 14 of the CoC Registration and CoC Review Instructional Guide for further information.
     
  • Collaborative Applicants must IMPORT the FY 2013 CoC Program Registration information in e-snaps (see page 17 of the CoC Registration and CoC Review Instructional Guide). Importing the previous year's CoC Registration will:
     
    • Prevent the need for re-entering information AND
       
    • Allow HUD to import the FY 2013/FY 2014 CoC Application in e-snaps. This will then trigger the import feature for the next CoC Application process in FY 2015 that will automatically import the responses from the FY 2013/FY 2014 CoC Application.
       
  • Changes in the CoC's Geographic Area: As stated in the FY 2013 - FY 2014 CoC Program Competition NOFA, for the modified FY 2014 CoC Registration, changes in claimed geography from those claimed in FY 2013 CoC Registration will not be allowed.

Grant Inventory Worksheets (GIWs):

  • All CoCs should have received their FY 2014 GIW. If your CoC has not received a copy of the GIW, contact your local HUD CPD field office immediately.
     
  • Each CoC must include ALL eligible renewal projects on the FY 2014 GIW. Project funds expiring in calendar year 2015 are eligible for renewal and must be included on the GIW. If the CoC is unsure if a project is eligible to apply for renewal funds in FY 2014, the CoC must contact the local HUD field office.
     
  • All GIWs must be sent to the local HUD CPD field office no later than Friday, July 25, 2014.
     
  • The final HUD-approved GIWs will be sent from SNAPS (HUD Headquarters) to the CoCs no later than Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
     
  • It is extremely important that all CoCs carefully review the GIWs with both project applicants listed on the GIW and the local HUD CPD field office. CoCs should pay close attention to the following:
     
    • Ensure that all projects eligible for renewal are listed and all requested information is provided.
       
    • Any projects listed that are NOT renewing in the FY 2014 CoC Program Competition should NOT be listed on the GIW and should not be included in the CoC's Annual Renewal Demand (ARD).
       
    • Although the final HUD-approved GIW is not a required attachment for the modified FY 2014 CoC Registration, the ARD amount from the FY 2014 GIW is a required field in registration.
       
    • The final HUD-approved GIW will be a required attachment to the FY 2014 CoC Priority Listing.
       
    • CoCs without renewal projects should attach a blank GIW stating "No Renewals" in the "Comment" column. A blank GIW may be obtained from the local HUD CPD field office.

Additional Resources:

  • FY 2013/FY 2014 Geo Codes and Preliminary Pro Rata Need Amounts - will be available by the end of today, July 18, 2014.
     
  • FY 2013 - FY 2014 CoC Names and Numbers
     
  • Adding and Deleting Users in e-snaps – explains how the CoC registrant/primary contact can authorize other individuals to view the CoC Application and delete registered users who should no longer have access to the CoC Application.

Questions?

If you have questions pertaining to e-snaps technical issues or the FY 2014 GIW, please submit your questions to the e-snaps Ask A Question (AAQ) portal. To submit a question to the e-snaps AAQ portal, select "e-snaps" from the "My question is related to" drop down list on Step 2 of the question submission process.

If you have questions related to the CoC Program Interim Rule or a policy related question, please submit your questions to the CoC Program Ask A Question (AAQ) portal. To submit a question to the CoC Program AAQ portal, select "CoC Program" from the "My question is related to" drop down list on Step 2 of the question submission process.


[MARHMIS] Length of stay in performance measurement

Hello,

Is anyone currently using length of stay as a performance measurement for shelters? If so, what is the specific measurement you’re using- average or median, by exit status, by exit destination, etc?

Thank you,
Emma

Emma Weisser
Clarity Program Manager
County of Montgomery Department of Housing and Community Development
PO Box 311
Norristown, PA 19404
610-278-3827

Register Today: Basically CDBG for Entitlement Grantees


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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is pleased to announce a series of Basically CDBG for Entitlement Grantees. This training provides answers to common CDBG questions and highlights HUD's interpretation of key policy issues.
Participants will learn :
  • CDBG National Objectives & Eligible Activities
  • Program Administration & Financial Management
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This 3-day training includes a combination of lecture and hands-on in-class exercises.

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This training is intended for all CDBG Entitlement grantees.
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August 26-28, 2014
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September 9-11, 2014
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