- CPD Notices
Date Published: April 2018
Notice CPD-22-02 supersedes this Notice.
For each Fiscal Year (FY), HUD requires each Continuum of Care’s (CoC) designated Collaborative Applicant to register in advance of applying for funding available under the FY CoC Program Competition. Collaborative Applicants must complete the registration using e-snaps, a web-based portal.
This Notice provides Collaborative Applicants with the information necessary to register CoCs in preparation for the annual FY CoC Program Competition. The registration process only applies to Collaborative Applicants that will register to submit the annual CoC Consolidated Application for CoC Program funds. The registration process does not apply to project applicants or private individuals as HUD does not provide funding to private individuals and all project applications must be submitted by the Collaborative Applicant to HUD during the CoC Program Competition as described in the appropriate FY CoC Program Competition NOFA. Private individuals should not attempt to complete the CoC Program Registration forms or apply for funds under the CoC Program Competition.
Collaborative Applicants for CoCs that have changes from the previous year’s CoC Program Competition (e.g., change in Collaborative Applicant, CoCs merged) should complete the registrations forms to have access to the Consolidated Application in the FY CoC Program Competition. If the CoC has no changes from the previous year’s CoC Program Competition and the Collaborative Applicant chooses not to complete the registration forms, HUD will move the previous year’s CoC Program Registration information forward with no changes. Additionally, if a CoC has no expiring renewal projects, will not request UFA or HPC designation or funding for new projects, and does not intend to apply for CoC planning costs in the FY CoC Program Competition, it does not need to complete the registration forms.
The other registration notices for the annual FY CoC Program Competition are available on the HUD Exchange: