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Status Report on HPRP Spending Toward 3-Year Expenditure Deadline Sorted by Grantee State and by Percent of Funds Drawn

Abstract

The HPRP program requires, by statute, that grantees expend 100% of their award funds within three years of the date that HUD signed the grant agreement. This document contains a listing of all HPRP grantees, their current expenditure rates as measured by draw-downs of funds from HUD’s Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS), and projections as to whether each grantee will meet the requirement, based on the most recent 12 weeks of draws.

This is one of three grantee expenditure listings HUD is making available to assist grantees in tracking their progress toward the requirement. Grantees whose current expenditure rates will cause their projection to fall short of the 100% mark should take the necessary steps to increase their expenditure rates.

Please note that these projections are based on draws from IDIS, which may differ from expenditures documented in the grantee’s own financial tracking system. This data also does not account for grantees’ existing commitments to spend HPRP funds.

Resource Title
Status Report on HPRP Spending Toward 3-Year Expenditure Deadline Sorted by Grantee State and by Percent of Funds Drawn
Product Developer
HUD
Product Type
HUD Guidance
Date Published
September 2012
Author/ Organization
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Program
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP)
E-System
None
Topic(s)
Financial Management
Program Regulations/Requirements
Keywords
IDIS
expenditures