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HUD Issuances and Guidance
This page contains official HUD releases related to the 2010 CoC competition, which is now closed. The resources provided include essential information related to the application. To view the different types of HUD resources, select the appropriate link below or scroll through this page.
- FY 2010 CoC NOFA Technical Correction (10/18/10)
- FY 2010 CoC NOFA Technical Correction Memo (10/18/10)
- FY 2010 CoC Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) (9/20/10)
- FY 2010 CoC Registration Notice (4/21/10)
- FY 2010 CoC NOFA and Application Broadcast (9/20/10)
- FY 2010 CoC NOFA and Application Broadcast Presentation Slides (9/20/10)
- FY 2010 CoC Registration Broadcast Presentation Slides (4/21/10)
Additional HUD Guidance
FY 2010 CoC Names/Numbers Geo Codes, and Preliminary Pro Rata Need Amounts
HUD developed a 2010 list of CoC names and numbers and has released a Preliminary Pro Rata Need (PPRN) list which contains geographies and corresponding need amounts.
- FY 2010 Continuums of Care Names and Numbers
- FY 2010 Geo Codes and Preliminary Pro Rata Need Amounts
Support Housing Program (SHP) and Shelter Plus Care (SPC) Grant Inventory Workbook Reference Materials
A sample grant inventory workbook is available as a resource to CoCs. GIWs are used to provide CoCs and Field Offices with information about SHP and SPC grants that were eligible for renewal in the 2010 competition. GIW instructions and information on renewal eligibility are provided in the sample grant inventory workbook.
Guidance for Merging CoCs
CoCs sometimes consider consolidating, or merging, with one or more other CoCs to achieve improved coordination of services, more efficient resource allocation, and regional planning to address homelessness. In recognition of these advantages, HUD adopted a policy for calculating Pro-Rata Need that ensures that CoCs will not lose funds by merging.
DUN and Bradstreet DUNS Number Guide
Most potential and existing U.S. Government Contractors, Grantees and Loan Recipients are required to obtain a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number for US Government registration purposes. The DUNS Number verifies the legal name, physical address and tradestyle (DBA) of each location and is the key to starting the CCR registration process. Refer to the following guide for more information:
Calculating Unmet Need for Homeless Individuals and Families
The following guidance will assist your community in preparing the McKinney-Vento application and undertaking long-term program planning. HUD has developed this guidance to assist CoCs in completing the unmet need calculation. However, communities may choose to continue using their own procedures to determine unmet need. The guidance introduces standardized formulas and procedures for calculating unmet need and identifies the data needed for the calculations. A document called "Worksheets for Calculating Unmet Need" is also available to assist with these calculations.
Rural Housing Units Worksheet
In an effort to reach underserved rural areas, HUD modified the selection criteria for the FY2010 CoC Competition to give projects proposing to serve 100 percent rural areas priority. To help CoCs plan accordingly, HUD published a list of areas defined as rural for the FY2010 CoC Competition in the FY2010 CoC NOFA.
FY 2010 CoC eLogic Models for Supportive Housing Program (SHP), Shelter Plus Care (SPC), and Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation (SRO)
The eLogic ModelTM is a series of worksheets that outline the CoC’s program goals as well as the necessary action planning steps the CoC needs to take to achieve these goals. By extension, it allows Project Applicants to determine how well their projects are achieving their individual program goals. For 2010, there is a separate eLogic Model for each program: SHP, SPC, and SRO.