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HOME Monthly Reports Now Posted

Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . HOME Monthly Reports Now Posted The HOME Program's Monthly reports are now posted on the OneCPD Resource Exchange at the links below. You may also access them from the  HOME Program Resource Page  under "HOME Reports." Monthly Reports as of 3/31/14 Now Available: 2012/2013 HOME Activities Reports 2012/2013 HOME Homebuyer Activities Reports HOME Deadline Compliance Status Reports HOME HUD Initiated Activity Cancellation Reports HOME National Production Reports HOME PJs Open Activities Reports HOME PJs Vacan

Early Conference Registration Opens

April 8, 2014      ISSUES   |   POLICY   |   SOLUTIONS   |   NEWS & EVENTS Forward Editor: Emanuel Cavallaro Spotlight On... Early Conference Registration Opens Registration for the Alliance's 2014 National Conference on Ending Homelessness begins today, Tuesday, April 15, with the opening of early registration. If you are interested in attending the conference, which will take place at the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel in Washington, DC, from July 29 to 31, now is your chance to sign up at the early registration rate of $500 per person. This rate will be available until 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 13, when the regular registration of $550 per person will begin. Look for future updates and additional information about the conference on the Alliance website and in upcoming editions of Alliance Online News . If you're interested in volunteering at the conference, ple

[MARHMIS] FW: Westchester County Data Warehousing RFP Announcement

FYI…. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Request for Proposals: For Consulting Services for the Development of a Database for the County's Homeless Management Information System The County of Westchester (the "County") Department of Social Services is seeking proposals from qualified vendors to provide services to develop a database that will serve as the central data repository and integration tool for existing and future data and databases concerning the homeless. This database will be used to provide analysis of trends, identification of gaps in services, and identification of mobility patterns among homeless people, with the goal of providing the County with a better understanding of the homeless population in the County. If and when this database is completed, the County will require services for the subsequent operation, management, and coordination of the database, as well as se