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Title: Region X 202/811 Workshop


1
Region X 202/811 Workshop
2
FY 2009 Section 202/811 Capital Advance Programs
  • Basic Program Requirements

3
Purpose
  • To expand the supply of supportive housing for
    the very low-income elderly (202) and for very
    low-income persons with disabilities (811).
  • Section 202 Elderly, 62 yrs old over,
    including frail elderly
  • Section 811 18 yrs old over with one or more
    of the following
  • Chronic Mental Illness
  • Physical Disability
  • Developmental Disability

4
FY 2009 Appropriations
  • Section 202 - 765,000,000
  • 459 million CA and PRAC funds available for
    3,131 new units
  • 90 million for Service Coordinator CHSP
  • 25 million for ALCP
  • 20 million for Section 202 Demonstration
    Planning Grant Program
  • 1.6 million transferred to Working Capital Fund

5
FY 2009 Appropriations
  • Section 811 - 250,000,000
  • 99 million CA and PRAC funds available for 709
    new units
  • 87.1 million for tenant-based assistance
  • 1.6 million transferred to Working Capital Fund

6
Anchorage Allocations
  • Section 202
  • Metro 20 units and 4,362,984
  • Non-Metro 5 units and 1,090,746
  • Section 811
  • 10 units and 2,085,012

7
Portland Allocations
  • Section 202
  • Metro 42 units and 5,311,176
  • Non-Metro 13 units and 1,560,104
  • Section 811
  • 14 units and 1,649,821

8
Seattle Allocations
  • Section 202
  • Metro 55 units and 8,245,246
  • Non-Metro 10 units and 1,439,496
  • Sction 811
  • 15 units and 2,149,796

9
Section 202/811 Allocations
  • Expiration of Funds
  • FY09 202/811 funds must be obligated by
    September 30, 2012 and fully disbursed by
    September 30, 2017.

10
HUD Funding
  • Types of funds
  • Capital Advance (CA)
  • Covers new construction, rehab, and acquisition
    (with or without repair) costs
  • No repayment required if project remains
    available for eligible program residents for 40
    yrs

11
HUD Funding
  • Types of funds
  • Project Rental Assistance Contract, (PRAC)
  • Rental assistance that covers difference between
    projects operating expenses tenant payments
  • Initial term is 3 yrs

12
Supportive Services
  • Acceptance of Services cannot be a condition
    of occupancy.
  • Funding
  • 202 PRAC up to 15 per unit per month for
    service coordinator in project serving primarily
    frail elderly.
  • 811 From outside sources.

13
Eligible Applicants
  • Section 202
  • Private nonprofit (including faith-based orgs)
  • Nonprofit Consumer Cooperative
  • 501 (c)(3) or (c)(4) IRS tax exemption for ALL
    Sponsors
  • Public entity or instrumentality ineligible

14
Eligible Applicants
  • Section 811
  • Nonprofit with IRS tax exemption under 501(c)(3),
    including faith-based organizations
  • Public entity eligible if it has 501(c)(3)

15
Prohibited Relationships
  • Conflicts/Identities of Interest are prohibited
  • - Apply to Sponsor/Owner their Board
  • Members Officers
  • - Apply to Development Team Members

16
Permissible Relationships
  • Sponsor can be Managing Agent or Consultant
  • Nonprofit affiliate of Sponsor can be Managing
    Agent
  • Note No more than 2 paid officers/directors
    from the Sponsor/Affiliate Board can be on the
    Owners Board they must be non-voting

17
Permissible Relationships (contd)
  • Consultant can be Managing Agent
  • Sponsor must sign HUD-92041, Sponsor Conflict of
    Interest Resolution
  • Refer to Section 891.130 of 202/811 regulations

18
Eligible Structure Types
  • Section 202
  • Independent Apartment units
  • Minimum is 5 units
  • Maximum is amount allocated to state
  • Efficiencies 1 Bedrooms for residents only
  • Up to a 2-Bedroom limited to a resident manager,
    if proposed
  • Group Homes are ineligible

19
Eligible Structure Types
  • Section 811
  • Independent Living Projects (ILPs containing
    individual apartment units)
  • Minimum of 5 units
  • Maximum allocated to state or 14 persons with
    disabilities
  • Any size unit, however, 3-bedrooms larger
    limited to families, NOT unrelated individuals
  • Up to a 2-bedroom unit for a resident manager, if
    proposed

20
Eligible Structure Types (Section 811 Only)
  • Group Homes
  • Minimum 2 residents and maximum 6 residents
    allowed
  • 1 Bedroom unit for resident manager permitted
  • 2 GHs cannot be located next to each other

21
Ineligible Activities Sections 202 and 811
  • Nursing homes, infirmaries and medical facilities
  • Transitional housing
  • Mobile Homes
  • Intermediate care facilities
  • Assisted living facilities

22
Ineligible Activities Section 202 and 811
(contd)
  • Refinancing of Sponsor-owned facilities without
    rehabilitation
  • Community centers
  • Headquarters for organizations for the elderly or
    persons with disabilities

23
Ineligible Activities (Section 202 Only)
  • Residential units without kitchen and/or
    bathrooms
  • Housing that you currently own or lease that has
    been occupied by elderly persons

24
Ineligible Activities (Section 811 Only)
  • Supportive Services
  • Housing that you currently own or lease that has
    been occupied by persons with disabilities for
    longer than one year prior to the application
    deadline date

25
Changes Applicable 202 and 811
  • Allocations have been expanded to include the
    state of Nevada
  • Adobe Reader update.  Applicants are encouraged
    to use Adobe Reader version 8.1.3

26
Changes Applicable 202 and 811 (contd)
  • Applicants no longer have to submit form
    HUD-27300, Questionnaire for HUDs Initiative on
    Removal of Regulatory Barriers.
  • Two additional requirements for Exhibit 7
  • Indicate that no relocation will occur and why
  • Indicate the source of funds to be used to pay
    for expenses

27
Changes Applicable 202 and 811 (contd)
  • Exhibit 4
  • Clarification to evidence of site control that a
    sublease is not considered acceptable

28
Changes Applicable to Both 202 and 811 (contd)
  • Rating Factor 3 Soundness of Approach
  • Sub rating factor 3j (202 only) and 3k (811 only)
    has been increased by 1 point for incorporating
    green development in the design, construction,
    rehabilitation, and operation of the proposed
    project

29
Changes Applicable to Both 202 and 811 (contd)
  • The Development Cost Limits have been increased
    to the Section 221(d)(3) cost limits.

30
Changes Applicable 202 Only
  • Development Cost Limits for Elevator
    structures
  • 52,862 per family unit without a bedroom
    (studio)
  • 60,597 per family with 1 bedroom
  • 73,686 per family with 2 bedrooms

31
Changes Applicable 202 (contd)
  • Development Cost Limits for Non-elevator
    structures
  • 50,232 per family unit without a bedroom
  • 57,917 per family w/ 1 bedroom
  • 69,849 per family w/ 2 bedrooms

32
Changes Applicable 202 (contd)
  • Delegated processing is required where
    development funds are from a combination of
    capital advance and other sources of funding
  • Section 2835(b) of the Housing and Economic
    Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA)

33
Changes Applicable 202 (contd)
  • Delegated processing (contd).
  • Refer to Notice H 2009-10 for Delegated
    Processing Procedures

34
Changes Applicable 202 (contd)
  • Sub-rating Factor 3b has been increased from 8 to
    9 points

35
Changes Applicable 811
  • Sub-rating factor 3j requires applicant to
    address extent of project viability for 40-year
    capital advance

36
Changes Applicable 811
  • Development Cost Limits for Elevator
    Structures
  • 52,862 per family unit without a bedroom
  • 60,597 per family with 1 bedroom
  • 73,686 per family with 2 bedrooms
  • 95,325 per family with 3 bedrooms
  • 104,638 per family with 4 bedrooms

37
Changes Applicable 811 (contd)
  • Development Cost Limits for Non-elevator
    Structures
  • 50,232 per family unit without a bedroom
  • 57,917 per family with 1 bedroom
  • 69,849 per family with 2 bedrooms
  • 89,409 per family with 3 bedrooms
  • 99,605 per family with 4 bedrooms

38
Changes Applicable 811 (contd)
  • Development Cost Limits for Group Homes
  • Residents Physical/Dev Chronic Mental Illness
  • 2 200,348 193,397
  • 3 215,445 207,972
  • 4 230,545 220,920
  • 5 245,642 233,867
  • 6 260,725 246,814

39
Section 202/811 Capital Advance Program
  • NOFA Process

40
Application Download Process
  • Go to www.GRANTS.gov
  • On the left of the site under the For Applicants
  • column, click Find Grant Opportunities
  • Once on that site, click Browse by Agency ,
  • scroll down and click on the US Department of
  • Housing and Urban Development to locate and
  • download the program information

41
Application Download Process (contd)
  • No Application Kit
  • Download the General Section of the NOFA, the
    Program NOFA, and the applicable forms from
  • www.Grants.gov

42
Application Process
  • If no Internet Access you can
  • Order from HUDs NOFA Information Center by
    calling
  • (1-800) HUD-8929 OR
  • (1-800) 877-8339 TTY
  • Open between 10a.m. and 630 p.m.

43
Application Process (contd)
  • READ, READ READ AGAIN
  • General Section of the NOFA
  • Program NOFA

44
Application Process (contd)
  • Technical Support Assistance
  • Call Grants.gov Customer Service
  • 1-800-518-GRANTS (4726), or
  • E-mail to support_at_grants.gov
  • The Customer Service Center is open from 700
    a.m. to 900 p.m. eastern time, Mon-Fri, except
    Federal holidays

45
Application Submission Deadline
  • Section 202
  • November 13, 2009
  • Section 811
  • November 16, 2009

46
Program Outcome Logic Model
  • PDF version is not acceptable must be submitted
    in the excel format as downloaded from Grants.gov
  • Project name enter TBD if name is not yet
    determined
  • Think Project Development timeline when
    completing the form

47
What makes a 202/811 Project a mixed finance
project?
  • Secondary Financing
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credits
  • An Owner Entity that
  • Is a For Profit Limited Partnership and
  • Has a non-profit organization as the sole General
    Partner
  • Additional non assisted units (optional)
  • All of the above

48
What makes a 202/811 Project a mixed finance
project?
  • Answer
  • An Owner Entity that
  • Is A For Profit Limited Partnership and
  • Has a non-profit organization as the sole General
    Partner

49
Mixed Finance Project
  • Additional unassisted unit-allow not mandatory
  • Use of the following tax credit programs likely
    not mandatory
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)
  • Historic Preservation Credits
  • State Finance Affordable Housing Tax Credit

50
Mixed Financing
  • To learn more about this program contact Kerry
    Mulholland
  • By email at 202/811Mixed-Finance_at_hud.gov
  • or
  • By phone at 202-402-2649

51
Electronic Submission
  • Must submit electronically (unlessa waiver
    approved for a paper copy)

52
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • Before an application can be submitted, you must
    complete several important steps.
  • Registration process can take approximately 2 to
    4 weeks to complete

53
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • Five (5) sequential steps to Register
  • 1. Obtain a DUNS No. (if not yet obtained) DB
    (866)705-5711
  • ALL Applicants MUST have a DUNS Number
  • The approximate time to get a DUNS No. is 10 to
    15 minutes, and there is no charge
  • Wait 25 to 48 hours to register with CCR so that
    DUNS No. can be activated in DB records database

54
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • 2. Register with Central Contractor, (CCR)
    Call (866)606-8220 or (269)961-5757. online at
    http//www.ccr.gov
  • All organizations Must register or annually
    update/renew registration
  • Can take several weeks to compare records with
    DB and IRS.
  • Any records discrepancy must be resolved before
    this step can be completed.

55
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • 3. Register with the Credential Provider
  • https//apply07.grants.gov/apply/ORCRegister
  • Identify AOR
  • Must have the organizations DUNS Number
  • Read General Section for updates to the 2009
    process

56
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • 4. AORs must register w/Grants.gov
  • https//apply07.grants.gov/apply/GrantsgovRegister
  • Open or update an account to identify the AOR who
    will be submitting the application
  • Register user name and password

57
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • 5. E-Business POC approves AOR
  • Grants.gov notifies E-Business POC when AOR
    registers with Grants.gov
  • Authorize AOR at
  • http.//apply07.grants/apply/AorMgrGetID
  • Get confirmation!!

58
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • ALL
  • Applications must be received electronically at
    Grants.gov by 115959PM ET on deadline date
  • NO EXCEPTIONS
  • Only when the upload is complete is the
    application date and time stamped by the
    Grants.gov system
  • Save and file receipts
  • SUBMIT APPLICATIONS AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE

59
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • Submission Confirmation Receipt
  • Grant.gov Tracking Number
  • Print and save for file
  • Validation Receipt
  • Process takes 24-48 hours for confirmation
  • Receipt indicates that application is ready to be
    retrieved by agency
  • Rejection Notice
  • Failure to satisfy validation process
  • Review notice for reason(s)
  • Cure errors and resubmit to Grant.gov

60
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • First complete SF-424, Application For Federal
    Assistance, as it is designed to automatically
    populate common data to other PureEdge forms

61
Electronic Submission (contd)
  • E-Submission of Narratives, Third Party Letters,
    Certs use
  • MS Word/ MS Excel 2007 or earlier
  • PDF/Adobe Reader 8.1.3
  • (If HUD receives a file in a format other than,
    or one that is not compatible with HUD software,
    it will not be reviewed)
  • Graphic images (e.g., Computer Aided Design
    files) must be saved in PDF format

62
Electronic Submission(contd)
  • Faxing Method for Third Party Documentations only
  • Fax to (800) HUD-1010 or 215-825-8798
  • Must use HUD-96011, Facsimile Transmittal, as the
    cover page

63
Electronic Submission(contd)
  • Faxing Method
  • The HUD-96011, as downloaded with the application
    package from Grants.gov, contains an embedded ID
    number that is unique to your application and
    must be used as the coversheet to all fax
    transmission
  • All Applicants must complete and submit a HUD
    Form 96011

64
Electronic Submission(contd)
  • Faxing Method
  • Only use when documents cannot be attached to the
    electronic application
  • Please identify the Exhibit No.
  • Fax individual documents separately with the
    downloaded version of HUD-96011
  • Fax attachments only (DO NOT fax entire
    application as it will not be accepted)
  • Save fax confirmation receipt
  • Late faxes will not be considered

65
Electronic Submission(contd)
  • Scanning Documents to Create Electronic files
  • If your computer has the capacity to upload
    scanned documents, submit them as attachments
    using the attachment forms
  • If not, submit via fax
  • Label by Exhibit No. include page nos.

66
Electronic Submission(contd)
  • Download application from Grants.gov only once
  • Read instructions in General Section of NOFA
  • Best to submit during Grants.gov Customer Support
    hours of operation, 7am-9pm eastern time M-F

67
Paper Applications (If a Waiver is Approved)
  • May submit paper copy of application if a waiver
    is submitted to and approved by the Assistant
    Secretary for Housing
  • Must Have a DUNS Number
  • Mail by US Postal Service is recommended, but any
    mail delivery service may be used
  • Hand delivered copies permitted

68
Paper Applications (If a Waiver is Approved
contd)
  • Must be received in local HUD Office by their
    close of business hours on
  • November 13, 2009 for 202
  • November 16, 2009 for 811

69
Paper Copies (If a Waiver is Approved)
  • Must submit an Original 4 copies
  • No fax transmissions of applications
  • If waiver approved, approval letter will provide
    mailing instructions
  • Will fax response letter if you provide a fax
    number
  • Label the header of document with Sponsors Name,
    DUNS Number. and Exhibit Number

70
Review of Applications
  • HUD Office will send you an Acknowledgment Letter
  • HUD screens each application for completeness and
    issues Curable Deficiency Letters

71
Review of Applications (contd)
  • Curable Deficiency letter
  • Missing or incomplete exhibits that do not affect
    rating
  • 14 calendar days to respond from date of letter
  • Will Fax if Fax number provided in Exhibit 1

72
Review of Applications (contd)
  • HUD Technical Processing-
  • Request for clarifying information or curable
    items not discovered until technical processing
  • 14 calendar day deadline for response
  • If applicable, you must submit HUD Phase II ESA
    by
  • December 14 - Section 202
  • December 16 - Section 811

73
Review of Applications (contd)
  • Technical Processing (contd)
  • Technical reject letters issued
  • Applicant can appeal within 14 calendar days
  • Local HUD Office responds to appeal within 5
    working days

74
Curable Deficiencies (Exhibits identified by an
asterisk () must be dated on or before the
application deadline date.)
  • Exhibits
  • 1 Form 92015-CA or 92016- CA
  • (Application form)
  • 2(a) Articles of Incorporation
  • 2(b) By-laws
  • 2(c) IRS tax exemption ruling

75
Curable Deficiencies (contd)
  • 4c(iii) Mix-Finance Proposals for additional
    units
  • 4.d(i) Evidence of site control
  • (A) Deed or long-term leasehold
  • (B) Contract of sale
  • (C) Option to purchase or long-term lease
  • (E) Public body clear title binding
    agreement
  • 4.d(ii) Evidence site is free of limitations,
    restrictions, or reverters

76
Curable Deficiencies (contd)
  • 4d(iv) Compliance w/URA notification requirement
  • 4d(vii) Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
  • 4d(viii) Asbestos Statement/Survey
  • 4d(ix) Letter to/from SHPO/THPO

77
Curable Deficiencies (contd)
  • Section 811 Only
  • 4d(x) Willingness to Seek Alternate Site
  • 4d(xi) Exception to Project Size Limit
  • 4e(ii) Steps undertaken to identify site
  • 4e(iv) Status of sale of site
  • 4e(v) Whether site involves relocation
  • 5 Supportive Services Plan

78
Curable Deficiencies (contd)
  • 7 Relocation
  • 8(a) Letter State Point of Contact (SPOC)
  • 8(b) Standard Form 424 Supplement
  • 8(c) SF-LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying
  • Activities (if applicable)
  • 8(d) Form HUD-2880, Applicant/Recipient
    Disclosure/Update Report

79
Curable Deficiencies (contd)
  • 8(e) Form HUD-2991, Cert. Of Consistency with
    Consolidated Plan
  • 8(f) Form HUD-92041, Conflict of Interest
    Resolution
  • 8(g) Form HUD-92042, Resolution for Commitment
    to Project
  • 8(k) Section 202 Only Form HUD-2994-A, You Are
    Our Client Grant Applicant Survey (optional)

80
Curable Deficiencies
  • Section 811 Only
  • 8(i) Form HUD-92043, Supportive
  • Services Certification
  • 8(l) Form HUD-2994-A, You Are Our Client
    Grant Applicant Survey (optional)

81
Rating and Ranking of Applications
  • Approvable applications will be rated in
    accordance with the Rating Criteria as identified
    in NOFA.

82
Rating and Ranking of Applications (contd)
  • HUD holds Rating/Selection Panel After
  • the 14-day period for appeals
  • completion of all environmental reviews for
    projects with site control
  • receipt of any SPOC comments, where applicable,
    or end of comment period (pursuant to EO 12372)

83
Rating Factors
  • HUD will rate applications that successfully
    complete technical processing using the Rating
    Factors set forth as follows . . .

84
Rating Factor 1
  • Capacity of the Applicant and Relevant
  • Organizational Staff
  • (25 pts 202 and 30 pts - 811)
  • a. Housing or related services experience/scope
    of project compared to your development and
    management (including financial) capability. (15
    pts)

85
Rating Factor 1 (contd)
  • b(1) Housing or related services experience
    with minority
  • persons/families (5 pts)
  • b(2) Ties to community and to minority and
    elderly (202) or disabiled (811) communities (5
    pts)

86
Rating Factor 1 (contd)
  • c. Deduction of points if a fund reservation
    received under the Sec. 811 or Sec. 202 program
    in FY04 or later has been extended
  • -beyond 24 months -3 points
  • -beyond 36 months -4 points
  • -beyond 48 months -5 points
  • (exception if delay was beyond your control)

87
Rating Factor 1 (contd)
  • d. Deduct points if Amendment money was
    required for Sponsors 202 and/or 811 project(s)
    funded in FY04 or later. A sliding scale based on
    amount of amendment funds over original Capital
    Advance amount as follows
  • -3 pts 25 or less
  • -4 pts Between 26 and 50
  • -5 pts Over 50

88
Rating Factor 1 (contd)
  • 811 Only
  • e. Experience in developing integrated housing
    and/or project will be integrated housing (5 pts)

89
Rating Factor 2
  • Need/Extent of the Problem (13 pts)
  • Section 202 Only
  • a. Extent of need for project in area
  • 10 pts Unmet needs ratio of lt15
  • 5pts Unmet needs ratio 15 or gt
  • 0 pt No Need

90
Rating Factor 2 (contd)
  • Section 811 Only
  • a. Extent of need for project in area
  • 10 pts A need demonstrated for proposed project
  • 0 pts No need

91
Rating Factor 2 (contd)
  • b. The extent that a connection has been
    established between the project and the
    Communitys Consolidated Plan, Analysis of
    Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI) or other
    planning document. (3 pts)

92
Rating Factor 3 Section 202 Only
  • Soundness of Approach (45 pts)
  • a. Site approvability (18 pts)
  • b. Site promotes greater choice of housing for
    minority elderly (9 pts)
  • c. Design meets physical needs of the elderly (2
    pts)

93
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 202 Only
  • d. Size unit mix promote efficient
    management/economic service provision (2 pts)
  • e. Design accommodates services over useful life
    of housing (2 pts)
  • f. Supportive services meet identified needs of
    residents provided on a long-term basis (3pts)

94
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 202 Only
  • g. Implement practical solutions that will
    assist residents in achieving independent living
    (2 pts)
  • h. Design incorporates visitability standards
    universal design (1 pt)
  • i. Involvement of elderly persons in development
    of the application in devevelopment operation
    of the project (2 pts)

95
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 202 Only
  • j. Energy efficiency and green development (2
    pts)
  • Extent of energy efficiency in project
    design/operation (1 pt)
  • Extent of green development in project
    design/operation (1 pt)

96
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 202 Only
  • k. Description of plans to expand economic
    opportunities for low very low-income persons
    in project area (2 pts)
  • (1 pt) Training/employment opportunities
  • (1 pt) Award contracts
  • l. The site is not permissively zoned for
    intended use (-1pt)

97
Rating Factor 3 Section 811 Only
  • 3. Soundness of Approach (40pts)
  • a. Site approvability (14 pts)
  • b. One or more of proposed sites is not
    permissively zoned (-1 pt)
  • c. Site promotes greater housing choice (8 pts)

98
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 811 Only
  • d. Design meets resident needs will facilitate
    integration independence (2 pts)
  • e. Design incorporates visitability standards
    universal design (1 pt)
  • f. Board includes persons with disabilities (4
    pts)

99
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 811 Only
  • g. Involvement of persons with disabilities in
    development of application eration of project
  • (3 pts)
  • h. Extent to which applic coordinated with other
    organizations (2 pts)

100
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 811 Only
  • i. Consult with Continuum of Care organizations
    and develop ways to end chronic homelessness (1
    pt)
  • j. Proposed housing will remain viable for
    target population for 40-year capital advance
    period (1 pt)

101
Rating Factor 3 (contd) Section 811 Only
  • k. Extent of energy efficiency in project design
    or operation (1 pt)
  • Extent of green development in roject
    design/operation (1 pt)
  • l. Description of plans to expand economic
    opportunities for low very low-income persons
    in project area (2 pts)
  • (1 pt) Training/employment
  • (1 pt) Award contracts

102
Rating Factor 4
  • Leveraging Resources (5 pts)
  • A sliding scale based on written evidence of
    firm funding
  • commitments from outside sources in relationship
    to the
  • monetary value of the HUD-approved Capital
    Advance
  • amount
  • a. 0 pt 5 or less
  • b. 1 pt Between 6 - 10
  • c. 2 pts Between 11- 15
  • d. 3 pts Between 16- 20
  • e. 4 pts Between 21- 25
  • f. 5 pts Over 25

103
Rating Factor 5
  • Achieving Results and Program Evaluation (12 pts)
  • a. The extent to which the information provided
    in your
  • Program Outcome Logic Model, form HUD-96010,
  • demonstrates your full understanding of the
  • evelopment process and the required timeframe
    (10pts)
  • (1) Identified services/activities (3pts)
  • (2) identified outcomes (3 pts)
  • (3) realistic projected measures (3 pts)
  • (4) consistent evaluation tools (1 pt)

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Rating Factor 5 (contd)
  • b. The extent to which past performance
    evidences that the proposed project will result
    in timely development (2pts)

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Bonus Points (2 Points)
  • Location of Project in RCs/EZs/EC-IIs
  • Renewal Community
  • Empowerment Zone
  • Enterprise Community
  • Designated in Round II by USDA
  • RC Tax Incentive Utilization Plan

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Bonus Points (Contd)
  • Location of Project in RCs/EZs/ECs
  • To find designated areas go to
    www.hud.gov/offices/adm/grants/fundsavail.cfm.

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Selection Process
  • Three Tiered
  • Program Center
  • Hub
  • Headquarters

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Selection Process Program Center
  • Only approvable applications scoring 75 points
    or more prior to addition of RC/EZ/EC-II Bonus
    Points are eligible for selection.

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Selection Process Program Center (contd)
  • Applications placed in rank order
  • Applications are selected until there are no
    sufficient funds to select the next project for
    the number of units and dollars requested
  • 202 applications are ranked selected separately
    for metro and non-metro categories

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Selection Process Program Center (contd)
  • Applications placed in rank order
  • For 811, applications placed in rank order in 2
    categories
  • Category A
  • Approvable applications with acceptable
  • evidence of site control of all proposed
  • sites all sites are approvable

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Selection Process Program Center (contd)
  • Category B
  • Approvable applications with identified sites
  • Applications submitted with site control
    evidence of site control but the sites are
    unacceptable
  • Applications with combination of sites under
    control identified sites

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Selection Process Program Center (contd)
  • Offices may use residual funds to fund next
    highest
  • rated application by reducing units up to 10
  • rounded to nearest whole number if
  • project remains feasible
  • will not reduce projects of 5 or less units (2
    units or less if group home)
  • an application was not skipped over based on
    remaining funds.

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Selection Process (contd) Program Center Section
202 Only
  • Can combine residual metro non-metro funds
  • Can select next project in either category if
    there are sufficient funds and may use unit
    reduction policy if necessary

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Selection Process (contd) Program Center Section
811 Only
  • Must select applications first from Category A
  • Can select next from Category B, if sufficient
    funds are available
  • May use unit reduction policy, if necessary

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Selection Process HUB
  • Combined residual funds from Program Centers to
    restore units that were reduced
  • Select applications in HUB-WIDE rank order with
    no more than 1 application selected per Program
    Center
  • For 811, select first from Category A, if funds
    remain, then from Category B

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Selection Process HUB (Contd)
  • Repeat process until funds can no longer support
    next ranked project
  • Utilize unit reduction policy, if possible, for
    last project
  • Cannot skip over a project

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Selection Process Headquarters
  • Residual funds from all Hubs will be combined
  • If necessary, funds will be used to fund
    previously submitted projects from last FY not
    selected due to HUD error

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Selection Process Headquarters (contd)
  • Restore unit reductions
  • Select projects in NATIONWIDE rank order with no
    more than 1 application selected per HUD Office
  • For 202 only, priority is given to non-metro
    projects to comply with statutory requirement
  • Repeat Process
  • May skip over higher ranked applications to use
    remaining funds

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Selection Process Headquarters (contd)
  • For 811 only, select projects first from Category
    A, if funds still remain, and then from Category
    B
  • Repeat Process
  • May skip over a Category A application to ensure
    only 1 application funded per HUD Office

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Intermission
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