It is important that recipients and subrecipients accurately document cash match. Either at the time of application or prior to grant execution, recipients must supply HUD with written commitment that documents the amount and sources of cash match. Documentation should be provided on the source agency's letterhead and should be signed and dated by an authorized representative. During the course of the grant, recipients must document the expenditures paid for with cash match to demonstrate that the funds were spent on eligible activities. They are also responsible for monitoring subrecipient match.
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When the source is cash, written documentation should be provided on the source agency's letterhead, signed, and dated by an authorized representative, and, at a minimum, should include the following:
Recipients/subrecipients must provide HUD with match documentation prior to grant agreement execution. For more information on the documentation requirements for match in the CoC Program, review the CoC 2.0 podcast titled The Importance of Documenting Match Under the CoC Program.