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EMPLOYMENT OPP: HMIS Data / Systems Manager (Baltimore City, MD)

This position is responsible for oversight of data and systems administration of the Data and Systems Unit within the Homeless Services Program division of the Mayor's Office of Human Services (MOHS). This position reports to the Director, MOHS-Homeless Services Program. Responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to: •Provide leadership and supports planning of a system-wide coordinated response to homelessness in Baltimore City using the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). This includes but is not limited to: identifying, connecting and implementing the primary stages of the response system using the HMIS; ensuring the coordinated access system is fully integrated and functioning in the HMIS. •Supervise data analysis and data reporting staff to support HMIS operations with the primary goal of informing and improving homeless services outcomes in Baltimore City. •Responsible for oversight of the HMIS work plan, outreach coordination and coordi

Preparing for the HUD System Performance Measures

Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . Preparing for the HUD System Performance Measures The system performance measures are a critical component to assist communities to best serve persons experiencing homelessness. As this data becomes more available and the data quality increases it will become more important in HUD’s annual Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition. HUD expects communities to be aware of their performance and to be striving to improve. In the coming weeks, CoCs will submit their system performance measures via HUD’s Homelessness Data Exchange (HDX) . HUD anticipates opening t

HUD Announces the Release of the Maximizing Investments Toolkit 

Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . HUD Announces the Release of the Maximizing Investments Toolkit Community Planning and Development (CPD) announces the release of the Maximizing Investments Toolkit . The Toolkit includes tools and guidance to help grantees identify local housing and community development needs and determine how to most effectively use their resources to address those needs. The tools are designed to help grantees set appropriate goals for their investments and to identify ways to maximize their positive impacts. In essence, the Toolkit helps answer this question: How can gr

May 2016 NCHV eNewsletter

NCHV eNewsletter May 2016 Final Updates: Important Information for 2016 NCHV Annual Conference Attendees! June 1-3, 2016 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C.   Registration for the 2016 NCHV Annual Conference is SOLD OUT. No walk-up registrations will be accepted. Download the 2016 NCHV Annual Conference program If you're attending the 2016 NCHV Annual Conference next week at the Grand Hyatt Washington, we are looking forward to welcoming you! Please download the Conference program above to see the full schedule and more info, and make note of the following important details: NCHV will be posting live updates throughout the Conference on our Facebook  and Twitter  pages tagged with #NCHV16. Please feel free to join the conversation and use #NCHV16 if you will be using your social media channels during the event! Special Guest Speakers announced! Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virgin