DOL-VETS Releases Amendment to SGA for HVRP Grants $4 million available for Urban and Non-Urban grants, applications due May 12 The Department of Labor has announced that Sections II.C and VI.L.2 of the Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA-15-01) for the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP) have been amended. The updated language is included below. To download the entire updated version of the SGA, visit http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=275845 , and click on the Related Documents tab. Section II.C. Additional Year Funding Should Congress appropriate additional funds for this purpose, VETS may consider up to two (2) option years of additional funding for grants awarded under this solicitation. USDOL does not, however, guarantee option year funding for any grantee. Section VI.L.2 Performance Measures.
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HUD Releases ESG guidance document - ESG and Consolidated Plan Conforming Amendments: An Overview of Changes
Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . HUD Releases ESG guidance document - ESG and Consolidated Plan Conforming Amendments: An Overview of Changes This week, HUD issued a new document to assist Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Program recipients and subrecipients in understanding the Consolidated Plan requirements related to ESG, entitled ESG and Consolidated Plan Conforming Amendments: An Overview of Changes . The purpose of this resource is to identify changes to Consolidated Plan requirements that were made by the ESG interim rule, provide the locations of requirements in the eCon Planning Suit
A lliance O nline N ews View in browser www.endhomelessness.org Tuesday, April 28, 2015 news alert HUD Releases Registration Notice for FY 2015 CoC Program This morning, Tuesday, April 28, the Department of Housing and Urban Development released a notice that Continuums of Care (CoC) may now register for the CoC Program Competition. The Fiscal Year 2015 CoC Program Registration process is open for only 20 days and will close at 7:59:59 p.m. EDT on Monday, May 18. The registration notice also informs CoCs of their policy priorities and what types of projects will be eligible for reallocation. View the notice »