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Since the final ARD for a CoC is based on the amount of eligible renewal projects submitted on the Renewal Project Listing plus the amount of eligible renewal funds reallocated to create a new project, is it possible for a CoC's CoC planning to be reduced if an ineligible renewal project is submitted?

Date Published: July 2017

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Possibly. If the CoC is in ARD status and it is determined that an ineligible renewal project application was submitted on the Renewal Project Listing, or an ineligible renewal project was used for the reallocation process, once the final ARD is calculated based on the actual eligible renewal amount–Renewal Project Listing plus reallocated amount–HUD may reduce the CoC Planning project to ensure the planning project does not exceed 3 percent of the CoC's Final Pro Rata Need (FPRN). This will not apply, however, if the CoC's FPRN is based off of Preliminary Pro Rata Need, or if 3 percent of the CoC's FPRN already exceeds the $1,250,000 maximum CoC planning amount.


Tags: e-snaps NOFAs/Notices - FY 2017 NOFA

FAQ ID:

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