Bowman Client Update ServicePoint 5.12.47 Update Several customers have reported errors with the 5.12.47 2017 HUD Data Dictionary Changes upgrade impacting sub-assessment data. This error does not appear on all customer sites. Our development team is currently coding a correction to address to this which will be released as 5.12.48. Additionally, we are investigating reported issues with saving for the Operating Start and Operating End Date fields on the Provider Profile HUD Standards. We hope to include that code in 5.12.48 as well. We anticipate the release version to be available by the end of the day today. Please contact your CCA if you have any questions. Mediware Information Systems, Inc. 11711 W. 79th St. | Lenexa, KS 66214 | (888) MEDIWARE mediware.com | email@example.com .
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Job Details Apply Online Job ID #2259 Category Community Development Status Open Applications will be accepted until October 20, 2017 Salary $42,133.00 annually Published September 28, 2017 Closing October 20, 2017 4:30 PM Requisition #2259 The Program Coordinator - HMIS Coordinator within the Department of Community Development provides oversight and guidance for the day-to-day operations of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which consists of HMIS planning, budgeting, on-going training and technical support for the system. This position also provides on-going outreach to agencies and community leaders to cultivate and maintain support and understanding of HMIS. This position will also work within DCD's grants management system. This position reports to the Planning Supervisor within DCD. Interested candidates should have a bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in project management, non-profits, data
NCHV eNewsletter September 2017 HUD-VASH Exit Study Final Report Available Now From the Department of Housing and Urban Development The HUD-VA Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program combines HUD’s housing choice vouchers, administered by public housing authorities (PHAs), with VA case management to offer homeless veterans permanent supportive housing. The HUD-VASH Exit study, commissioned by HUD and VA, investigated HUD-VASH at four sites: Houston, TX; Los Angeles and Palo Alto, CA; and Philadelphia, PA. The study examined program implementation, the movement of veterans from homelessness to being housed, and the nature of veterans’ exits from HUD-VASH. To do this, the research team analyzed administrative data covering 2008 to 2014 at the four sites, and surveyed veterans and conducted site visits (including interviews with staff and veterans) between 2011 and 2014. As such the study captures HU
HUD is canceling the October 5, 2017 webinar Buying Right: CDBG-DR and Procurement - A Guide to Recovery. There has been no rescheduled date determined at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. The resource guide Buying Right CDBG-DR and Procurement: A Guide to Recovery is available now. Grantees and subrecipients procuring goods and services with their grant funds must ensure that they are following all program procurement statutory and regulatory requirements. The urgency in post-disaster recoveries often leads state and local officials to work to quickly restore infrastructure, public services, and help private companies and citizens make repairs. However, grantees and subrecipients that do not follow all CDBG program requirements may be forced to repay Federal funds. This guide covers how to comply with these requirements while also moving as quickly as possible to recover from a disaster. Sample checklists and templates are included for grantees to adapt for the