Gain strategies to partner and act on the key factors affecting quality of life in your community. How CBOs can address social determinants of health Your agency strives to achieve the best possible outcomes for your clients — but as you face strict regulation from government, payors, or funders, those requirements can often lead to a risk-averse culture where compliance becomes the overwhelming focus. This webinar will help you use regulations to develop a consistent operations framework that leads to excellence. What you will learn Understand the difference between compliance and quality See examples of how risk elimination does not equal excellence Use regulations as a launching point for outstanding client service Discover the change management principles that can help you transform a risk averse culture to go beyond compliance and aim for excellence. R
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Resources and assistance to support HUD's community partners Home Programs Resources Training HUD Publishes FY 2019 HOME Match Reductions HUD has published the FY 2019 HOME Match Reductions list which includes match reductions granted for FY 2019 due to fiscal distress, severe fiscal distress, and Presidential disaster declarations. For those P
Q & A Session on FY19 Tribal Opioid Response Grant Monday, July 22, 2019 | 11 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST Call-In Number: 888-322-3918 Participant passcode: 7174639 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will host a conference call for potential applicants to answer programmatic questions regarding the FY19 Tribal Opioid Response (TOR) Funding Opportunity Announcement . SAMHSA will address questions related to the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act (GPRA) reporting tool. The deadline to apply for the FY19 TOR is August 6, 2019! Click here to apply If you are unable to attend the Q&A session, feel free to send your questions to OPIOIDTOR@samhsa.hhs.gov .
See link for directions to verify HUD has received your latest Code of Conduct. https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/spm/gmomgmt/grantsinfo/conductgrants Federal regulations (2 CFR part 200) and HUD's Notices of Funding Availability (NOFA) for discretionary funds require non-Federal entities receiving Federal assistance awards, excluding States, to develop and maintain written standards/codes of conduct covering conflicts of interest and governing the actions of its employees engaged in the selection, award and administration of contracts. No employee, officer, or agent may participate in the selection, award, or administration of a contract supported by a Federal award if he or she has a real or apparent conflict of interest (2 CFR 200.318(c)(1)). HUD grantees are required to submit their code of conduct to HUD. Codes of Conduct must: 1. Be written covered by a letter on company letterhead that provides the name and title of the responsible officia