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August 15 2018

Grant Announcement

To FY18 CoC Program project applicants, subrecipients and CoC members,

The NH Balance of State Continuum of Care (NH BoSCoC) Ranking Committee met to review, score, and rank the submitted FY18 CoC Program project applications. The NH BoSCoC has selected the projects on the FY18 NH-500 Project Ranking List Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol to be submitted as part of NH BoSCoC FY2018 CoC Program Consolidated Application.

The document includes a list of projects to be submitted to HUD and it includes the:

  • Applicant name
  • Project name
  • Project score
  • Project rank
  • Project award amount

Congratulations to the chosen projects! The NH BoSCoC appreciates your participation in this process and looks forward to working with your agency on these projects. As in previous years, final award and final funding levels is dependent on actual Federal funds availability and awards made to the NH BoSCoC applicants.

If your project application was rejected for funding or had it's budget reduced from its original requested amount you will receive a separate e-mail specific to your project.

Appeals/ Grievance

If you wish to submit an appeal, please notify Kristi Schott at Kristiane.Schott@dhhs.nh.gov by August 17, 2018, by 4:30pm.

Per the NH-500 BoSCoC Program Rank & Review Policy:

Appeals/ Grievance procedure
If an applicant disagrees with their score, or placement on the ranking list, they may express their grievance in writing to the CoC Program Administrator within one business day of the list being published/distributed.

The BoSCoC Executive Committee will hold an emergency conference call to discuss the grievance, and to make a final decision. The applicant will be notified of the Executive Committee’s decision in writing by the CoC Program Administrator within one business day of the meeting.

Secondly, per the FY 2018 CoC Program Competition NOFA Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol, page 12:

Solo Applicants. Per 24 CFR 578.35(c), project applicants that believe they were denied the opportunity to participate in the local CoC planning process in a reasonable manner and were rejected or reallocated by the CoC may appeal the rejection directly to HUD by submitting a Solo Applicant project application in e-snaps prior to the application deadline of September 18, 2018 by 8:00 PM Eastern time. Any project applicant that intends to submit as a Solo Applicant must adhere to the Solo Applicant submission information outlined in Section X.C of this NOFA to be considered. HUD will not consider any Solo Applicant that does not meet all requirements outlined in Section X.C of this NOFA.

August 8, 2018

The NH-500 Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoSCoC) continues to seek new project applications for the FY18 Continuum of Care Program competition. The deadline for NEW project applications has been extended until Friday, August 10, 2018 at 12pm.

Additional reallocation funds have just become available in the BOSCOC. The total of the items listed below reflects an increase of $42,050 over FY17. Funds available from the BoSCoC for FY18 are now as follows:

  • Bonus funds of approximately $225,090
  • Reallocation funds of approximately $218,775
  • Domestic violence bonus funds of approximately $250,944

When developing new projects, please note that you may request a project that utilizes both reallocation funds and regular bonus funds in one project. This is a change from previous CoC Program competitions. Note: DV bonus funds must still be separate applications.

Match Letter Templates for FY2018 NOFA Program Competition

Please remember that match letters are due to Krisi Schott at Kristiane.Schott@dhhs.nh.gov no later than 8/7/2018.

If you have already submitted match letters, please review them and revise them if anything is missing or incorrect, per 24 CFR 578.

 


 

July 25, 2018

The HUD FY 2018 CoC Program Competition is now open

The due date is September 18, 2018 by 8pm

The NH-500 Balance of State Continuum of Care held a NOFA prep meeting in the Brown Auditorium at 129 Pleasant St in Concord on July 10, 2018 from 9am – 12pm.

The NH-500 Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoSCoC) is seeking new and renewal project applications for the FY18 Continuum of Care Program competition. Please use the following documents for the NH-500 BOSCOC competition:

The BoSCoC encourages all eligible applicants to submit an application, even if your agency has not applied or received funds in the past. Please pass along this funding opportunity to your mailing lists and other eligible applicants.

More information will be passed along as we prepare our documents. Please direct any questions about this competition to Krisi Schott at Kristiane.schott@dhhs.nh.gov.



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