Date Published: March 2019
The grantee should identify achievable outcomes for the NRSA, particularly with respect to housing and economic opportunities, that can be measured and used to determine progress made. Outcomes may include such factors as higher homeownership rates; a reduction in vacancy rates; a rise in housing values; an increase in educational attainment; an increase in employment rates; and an increase in median household income.
For each selected outcome, the grantee should identify expected outputs from the CPD performance measurement framework. The grantee will report on leveraged resources received and used to support the NRSA. Actual NRSA performance information should be updated at least semi-annually in the Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) and reported in the grantee's Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER).