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Summary of remarks by Norm Suchar, Director, SNAPS Office, HUD at COSCDA Conference, 3/15/16

COC Related Notes • No way to tell form the Tier I awards how Tier II will sort out. Tier II is the competitive portion and there will be both new projects funded and renewal projects unfunded across to country. There is $300 million left to award. • The most important factors for Tier II scoring will be (in the order of importance):      o Overall COC Score      o Nature of Project (PSH and RRH will score higher)      o Ranking of Project within Tier II • Tier II awards should be made by April • For FY 2016 round, they are working feverishly to open registration by April, (GIW after April) and have CoCs work on the NOFA over the summer. Ideally they would be able to announce FY 2016 awards by December 31, 2016. This is a “best-case scenario”. He’d like NOFA to be open 90 days. • In 2016 they will give preference to CoCs that have demonstrated the ability to reallocate funds from lower performing projects • NOFA scoring will be increasing based on system