811 PRA FAQ
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Once a Grantee’s program is implemented, the annual budget, number of units, target population, and other program variables might change. Will the Cooperative Agreement limit the flexibility of the program to readily accommodate these types of changes?

Date Published: October 2015

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HUD understands that program modifications are highly likely. Changes in the Grantee Program Description (Exhibit 4) and the Grantee’s Interagency Partnership Agreement (Exhibit 3) must be reported in writing to HUD. Additionally, HUD approval is required for changes in sections III and IV of Exhibit 4 (Leveraging/NOFA Rating Factors).

In no event may the changes made to the Cooperative Agreement be in conflict with HUD’s statutory, regulatory, or administrative requirements. If HUD determines the changes are in conflict with HUD’s requirements, HUD shall advise the Grantee to modify or strike out the offending terms.


Tags: 811 PRA Program Administration - General

FAQ ID:

2653