Continuums of Care (CoCs) are required to design and implement a collaborative process for their application for the CoC Program Competition. In recent years, HUD has been strongly encouraging (and incentivizing) CoCs to use objective, performance-based scoring criteria and selection priorities to determine which projects will be submitted to HUD as part of the CoC’s application. To help CoCs enhance their abilities to use objective, performance-based scoring criteria for their local competitions, HUD has developed this Rating and Ranking Tool that CoCs can customize and use for their local competitions, including for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 CoC Competition . A few very important things to note about this optional tool: The use of this tool is optional and is not being promoted over other tools CoCs currently use, and does not guarantee additional points in CoC Program Competitions, or that the project applications will be consistent with all NOFA requirements.
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