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April 8, 2014 ISSUES | POLICY | SOLUTIONS | NEWS & EVENTS Forward Editor: Emanuel Cavallaro Spotlight On... $1.6 Billion in Funding Announced for Homeless Programs Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan announced today that thousands of homeless housing programs across the country would receive a total of $1.6 billion in renewal grants through HUD's Continuum of Care Program. The funding renews support for a total of 7,100 programs that provide housing and support services to people and families experiencing homelessness. This funding is for renewals of existing programs that HUD grantees placed in tier one of their applications, but not for new (reallocated) programs, or for programs in tier two. HUD will release those at another time. "Over the last few years we have changed the trajectory of homelessness in America, but we ne
We received some guidance so you can get started on submitting Match documents. First, the numbering system: For the CoC Program, the project number consists 15 characters: the State abbreviation, the project identification number (PIN), applicant type (i.e., L=Collaborative, S=Solo and U = Unified Funding Agency [UFA]), field office code, the last two digits of the CoC number, the year of funding and the project’s funding sequence. It should be noted that the applicant type replaced the program type beginning with the FY 2012 award process as all conditionally renewed projects now fall under the single CoC Program. Below is an example of a FY 2012 renewal project number MD0007L3B01 1205 , a grant that has been renewed five times since 2008: The FY2013 renewal awards will change the last four digits in this example to MD0007L3B01 1306. Field Description MD State abbreviation 0007 Project Identification Number [PIN] L Applicant Type 3B Field O
Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . Updates to the Annual Performance Reports in e-snaps Now Live HUD has updated the Annual Performance Reports (APRs) in e-snaps . Recipients with a project funded in FY 2012 under the CoC Program will not access the APR in the same way as in the past (through the e-snaps "CoC Full Annual Performance Report" Funding Opportunity). Recipients reporting on FY 2012 grants that enter data into the e-snaps "CoC Full Annual Performance Report" Funding Opportunity will be required to enter the data again in the appropriate e-snaps APR form. Changes only apply to grants (both new and renewal) funded in the FY 2012 CoC Competition and beyond. Recipients of grants funded in the FY 2011 CoC Competition and prior should continue to access the APR form in e-snaps in the same manner they have for the past few years. HUD updated its e-snaps CoC APR Guidebook for CoC Gra