Release of the Notice on Appeals for the FY2012 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition
The Notice on Appeals for the FY2012 CoC Program Competition is now posted on the HUD HRE.
It should be noted that applicants requesting an appeal through this Notice are required to submit all information to support the appeals request after the close of the FY2012 CoC Program Competition at 7:59:59 PM on Friday, January 18, 2013. For applicants that either fall under category 1 or 3 below, information submitted through this Notice is the last stage of completing the appeal request. The first stage was the completion and submission of the project application in e-snaps by the deadline mentioned above.
This Notice provides guidance to CoCs and applicants of the CoC Program funds regarding the information that must be submitted to HUD in order to appeal one of the following decisions:
- Project applicant believes that it was denied the right to participate in the CoC planning process in a reasonable manner. These applicants must have submitted a project application to HUD with a written notice of intent to appeal attached to its project application in e-snaps as a solo applicant and met the 7:59:59 PM (ET), January 18, 2013, application deadline for the competition. For more information see Section II.A of the Notice.
- Applicants that are denied CoC Program funds by HUD, or requested more funds than HUD awarded. Eligible applicants that submitted an application to HUD, or that requested more funds than HUD awarded, may appeal HUD’s decision. For more information see Section II.B of the Notice.
- Eligible applicants whose jurisdictions refused to sign the Consolidated Plan certification for the project. These applicants must have submitted a project application in e-snaps as a solo applicant and meant the 7:59:59 PM (ET), January 18, 2013, application deadline for the competition with a written appeal attached to its project application.
HUD strongly encourages that applicants that believe they fall under one of the above categories, read the Notice in its entirely, evidence that supports the appeal request clearly states the applicant’s claim, and deadlines highlighted in the Notice are met in a timely manner.