Recipients and subrecipients must meet certain reporting requirements that measure individual project performance. Reporting also provides data to the CoC to assess the needs and performance of the overall CoC for better systems planning and coordination to address and reduce homelessness.
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HMIS is the information system the CoC adopts for all its projects, except victim services providers and in some situations legal services providers, to record data about projects, project participants, and their use of housing and services. If the recipient or subrecipient is a victim or legal services provider, it must utilize a comparable database that complies with HUD’s HMIS requirements and provide aggregate data to the CoC for planning purposes. See the HMIS Guides and Tools page for additional information.
In addition to HMIS, CoCs may require recipients and subrecipients to enter or upload data into Homelessness Data Exchange (HDX) and HDX 2.0 to produce reports such as the Housing Inventory Count (HIC) and Point-in-Time (PIT) count, Longitudinal Systems Analysis (LSA), Stella, and Systems Performance Measures.