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Please visit our site to view our monthly HMIS report cards.  These will be implemented and enforced on 7/1/14.   Thanks to those of you that collaborated and participated in our numerous meetings/trainings pertaining to this project (especially Sam)! For those of you seeking additional information regarding our monthly HMIS report card, please contact our HMIS Program Liaison, Samantha Just, at or  410-887-5968 to join us at one of the future meetings listed below.   Data Management Committee Meeting (7/3, 10:30am) -seating is full for this meeting -conference call & web only HMIS Report Card Review   (7/8, 11:30am) -seating is limited; first come, first serve by appointment request w/Sam -conference call & web available Jason Burns , MCSE HMIS System Administrator Baltimore County Dept of Planning 105 W Chesapeake Ave, Ste 201 Towson, Maryland 21204 Office Ph: (410) 887

Early Conference Registration Closing, Volunteer Opportunities Available

May 6, 2014      ISSUES   |   POLICY   |   SOLUTIONS   |   NEWS & EVENTS Forward Editor: Emanuel Cavallaro Spotlight On... Early Conference Registration Closing, Volunteer Opportunities Available Early registration for the Alliance's 2014 National Conference on Ending Homelessness will close at 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 13. At that time, the early registration rate of $500 per person will expire, and the registration fee will increase to the regular rate of $550. Online registration is scheduled to run to Monday, July 7, but may close early if the event reaches capacity. Register today to ensure your spot and take advantage of the early rate. The Alliance is also still accepting applications for its conference volunteer program, but positions are limited and are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis. Individuals who volunteer at the conference will receive complimentary conferen

[MARHMIS] RE: MARHMIS May 12th Agenda Topics

Hello MARHMIS Members, For those that have already registered, Thank you. For those that have not registered for our May 12 th session, I have corrected the meeting time which was incorrect in the last email. Please click the link below to register for the online meeting. Abram Hillson Director of HMIS New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency P.O Box 18550 Trenton, New Jersey 08650-2085 Phone: 609-278-7567 Fax: 609-278-4173   MARHMIS Webinar 05/12/2014 Join us for a Webinar on May 12 Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: MidAlantic Homeless Management Information Systems BI-Monthly Conference Title: MARHMIS Webinar 05/12/2014 Date: Monday, May 12, 2014 Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT After registering you will receive a con

HUD Publishes FY 2014 HOME Match Reductions

Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . HUD Publishes FY 2014 HOME Match Reductions HUD has published the FY 2014 HOME Match Reductions which includes match reductions granted for FY 2014 due to fiscal distress, severe fiscal distress, and Presidential disaster declarations. For those PJs with both fiscal distress and Presidential disaster match reductions, the PJ may take the higher match reduction for the current fiscal year. Guidance on HOME Match and historical match data is available on the HOME Match page .

At the NCHV Annual Conference!

At the NCHV Annual Conference  25 Cities Initiative, Public Policy Forum, Awards Banquet among the highlights! The VA 25 Cities Initiative will be featured at the NCHV Annual Conference, May 28-30, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel inWashington,D.C.Service providers will be able to learn how to become fully involved in their city's coordinated community assessment and housing placement systems. Participants in the 25 Cities Initiative – Atlanta • Baltimore • Boston • Chicago • Denver • Detroit • Fresno • Honolulu • Houston • Las Vegas • Los Angeles • Miami • New Orleans • New York City • Orlando • Philadelphia • Phoenix • Portland • Riverside • San Diego • San Francisco • Seattle • Tampa • Tucson • Washington, DC    The Annual Membership Meeting and Public Policy Forums will offer attendees an up-close look at priorities in the NCHV Policy Strategic Plan, and