Agenda. FY2013-FY2014 CoC Program NOFA Changes and Highlights Leverage Scoring and Ranking Grievance Procedure Review Attachments and Forms Application Submission. Changes and Highlights for FY2013- FY 2014 CoC Program Competition. HEADLINE NEWS.
FY2013-FY2014 CoC Program NOFA Changes and Highlights
Scoring and Ranking
Review Attachments and Forms
For FY2013 CoCCompetition, NO application fees will be collected!!!
There will be NO paper application submission!!!!
Data Import: Project Applicants will not be able to import data from last year’s Project Application.
eSNAPS will be used for CoC program application submission. Time stamp must be at or before 3:00:00 pm (CST) on January 3rd, 2014 to be considered for competition.
Certifying documents are to be submitted via email and scan to email@example.com 3:00:00 pm (CST) on January 3rd, 2014 to be considered for competition.
80% of PH residents remain in PH
80% of those exiting from TH exit to PH
20% of all participants have employment income
54% of all participants have non-employment income
56% of all participants obtain mainstream benefits
Percentage turnover in PSH units that will be dedicated to Chronics upon vacancy
Percentage of households with children served with RRH that came from unsheltered location
200% leverage goal for each project
Must have 100% participation from every project
Must have leverage commitments signed and on file on letterhead of leveraged agency
Food Services - Food Bank
Mental Health Services - MHMRA
Medical Services-Harris Health
Behavioral Health Services
Substance Abuse Services
Scoring of renewal projects was completed in September 2013
Scoring tool was developed by a community workgroup with HUD TA, disseminated for public comments, and approved by the CoC Steering Committee
All projects approved by the CoC must be ranked as Tier 1 or Tier 2
Indicate to HUD which projects are prioritized for funding in the event that the national total annual renewal demand exceeds the $1.7 billion available through this NOFA
Funding will only be available for projects ranked in Tier 1
CoCs that receive a higher score have a better chance of being awarded projects ranked in Tier 2, depending on the availability of carryover or recaptured funds
All projects will be included on the CoC’s Priority Listings in e-snaps
HUD will select all projects in Tier 1 before selecting any projects in Tier 2 until no additional funds are available.
This means that lower ranked projects may be selected for funding above higher ranked projects.
HUD intends to announce conditional funding for Tier 1 renewal projects within 45 days of the application deadline of the CoC Program Competition.
HUD will announce any additional Conditional Awards (new projects and Tier 2 renewals) after scoring is complete, depending on availability of funding.
Applicants who submit prior to 5:00:00 pm (CST) on December 20, 2013 will be eligible for entry into a drawing for a free lunch for all applicants who work for the project at a time and date to be determined by the CFTH and winning project staff.
All applications must be completed and submitted in e-snaps
Must include the required certifications for compliance with fair housing and civil rights requirements, program regulations, and other federal requirements (see sample forms in conference packet. Copies will be posted on the CoC Funding page of the CFTH website).
Submit scanned signed copies of Agency/Coalition for the Homeless of Houston/Harris County MOU, Form 4C, Certification of Project Eligibility Threshold and Certification of Project Quality Threshold.
December 17-20, 2014
Coalition for the Homeless, 600 Jefferson, Ste 2050 ConfRoom
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