Public Notice: NH-500 Continuum of Care Projects Accepted and Rejected
FY2022 CoC Program project applicants, and subrecipients, and CoC members
The NH BoSCoC Ranking Committee met to review, score and rank the submitted FY2022 CoC Program project applications. The appeal period has ended, and the FINAL NH Balance of State Continuum of Care (NH BoSCoC) FY2022 NH-500 Project Ranking List represents the projects that will be submitted as part of NH BoSCoC FY2022 CoC Program Consolidated Application.
The above document includes a list of accepted projects to be submitted to HUD and it includes the:
- applicant name,
- project name,
- project score,
- project rank, and
- 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.
Additionally, per the FY 2022 CoC Program Competition NOFO, page 87 states the following:
aa. Solo Applicant. Per the Act, "A solo applicant may submit an application to the Secretary for a grant under subsection (a) and be awarded such grant on the same basis as such grants are awarded to other applicants based on the criteria described in section 427 [42 USC 11386a], but only if the Secretary determines that the solo applicant has attempted to participate in the continuum of care process but was not permitted to participate in a reasonable manner. The Secretary may award such grants directly to such applicants in a manner determined to be appropriate by the Secretary.” A solo applicant must submit a solo applicant project application in e-snaps prior to the application deadline of 8:00 PM EDT on September 30, 2022. Additionally, for HUD to consider its solo application, a solo applicant must also meet all the requirements outlined in Section X.C of this NOFO.
See NOFO, link below for additional details on specific steps.
Additionally, the solo applicant, Collaborative Applicant, and HUD must take the following steps (See 24 CFR 578.35 for more information):
- Written Notice of Intent to Appeal. The solo applicant must submit a written notice of intent to appeal, with a copy to the CoC, with their funding application.
- No later than 30 days after the date that HUD announces the awards, the solo applicant shall submit in writing, with a copy to the Collaborative Applicant, all relevant evidence supporting its claim. The submission shall be emailed to email@example.com.
- The CoC shall have 30 days from the date of its receipt of the solo applicant's evidence to respond to HUD in writing, with a copy to the solo applicant. The submission shall be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- HUD will notify the solo applicant and the CoC of its decision within 60 days of receipt of the CoC’s response.
- If HUD finds that the solo applicant was not permitted to participate in the Continuum of Care planning process in a reasonable manner, then HUD may award a grant to the solo applicant when funds next become available and may direct the Continuum of Care to take remedial steps to ensure reasonable participation in the future. HUD may also reduce the award to the Continuum's applicant(s).