HUD has recently released the 2017 HMIS Data Dictionary , which documents the requirements for the programming and use of all HMIS systems and comparable database systems, effective October 1, 2017. HMIS software must be able to collect all the data elements defined within this HMIS Data Dictionary, support the system logic, including dependencies, identified in the document, and ensure that the data collection and the visibility of data elements is appropriate to the project type and federal funding source for any given project. This release of the HMIS Data Dictionary supersedes the previously released 2016 HMIS Data Standards Data Dictionary Version 5.1. The 2016 versions of the HMIS Data Dictionary, Data Entry for HMIS Critical Data Standards Changes, and Data Mapping Instructions are still available on the HUD Exchange and can be found in the HMIS Data Dictionary resource abstract. Mapping instructions for the 2017 Data Dictionary will be available soon, so check back.
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Webinar - Employment Readiness: Strategies and Assessments Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. EDT The National Veterans Technical Assistance Center (NVTAC) is hosting a webinar "Employment Readiness: Strategies and Assessments" on Thursday, May 11, 2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT . What is "employment readiness" and how is it measured? Conducting employment assessments in HVRP is important to meeting job goals of veterans in the program and to bolster self-esteem. Assessment instruments can help staff determine occupational preferences, aptitude, soft skill strengths and challenges. Some of these may be performed at the HVRP, the American Job Center or other partnering agencies. However, interviewing skills remain the cornerstone of the assessment process. In this webinar facilitated by Ian Lisman from Advocates for Human Potential, we wil
Mediware Events Submit Abstract Submit Your Abstract Today! We are still accepting abstracts for the Mediware Customer Conference through May 15. If accepted to present, you will receive 1 free conference registration to our event. We'd love to hear about the unique and innovative ways you are utilizing out products, and know that your peers would benefit from your experiences, too! If you'd like to present during an hour-long session, please fill out the abstract form and submit by May 15, 2017 to be considered. You'll be notified soon after. Registration Coming Soon... We are in the final stages of planning our agenda. To start planning your budget, tuition for the conference is $500, and the room rate at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans is $164/night (plus taxes). Please visit the conference website for more details.
A Closer Look: Blueprints for Sound Financial Management and Examining the Parts: Advanced Financial Management for CPD Programs HUD is proud to announce the release of an important follow up to Getting in Gear: Financial Management 101 . It will consist of two separate sets of modules. One, A Closer Look: Blueprints for Sound Financial Management is a series of seven topic focused modules, the other, Examining the Parts: Advanced Financial Management for CPD Programs , will cover financial management for five CPD programs, including HOME, CDBG, HOPWA, ESG, and CoC. This online training series ensures that recipients and subrecipients can explore in depth, relevant topics in financial management. A Closer Look: Blueprints for Sound Financial Management A Closer Look: Blueprints for Sound Financial Management offers detailed and specific information on each topic, enabling users to acquire knowledge and practice skills they need in order to m