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NSP Spring Cleaning: Documenting Compliance for Closeout

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May 29, 2018 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT



Would your files withstand a monitoring or audit for Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) compliance? Do you have appropriate documentation to demonstrate you’ve met program goals so that you can confidently complete your grant closeout checklist?

Learn more about the objectives of monitoring, common findings, and how to improve your NSP documentation. Guest speakers from the field bring real life examples and troubleshooting strategies so that you can more confidently certify your compliance at closeout.

This webinar is intended for all NSP1, NSP2, and NSP3 grantees, staff and partners.

This session is part of a series of webinars designed to move grantees toward closeout with topics gathered through HUD's recent work on closeout assessments. Additional webinars in the series will be announced in the coming weeks!

Webinar materials will be posted as they become available.

Training Objectives

Attendees learn about:

  • Monitoring objectives
  • Common findings from HUD monitoring visits
  • How to clean-up documentation with reminders for record retention requirements and examples of documenting a file
  • An upcoming DRGR Clean-up Report to help grantees troubleshoot data errors

Who Should Attend?

Neighborhood Stabilization Program Grantees, their partners, and their affiliates

Training Point of Contact

Sandy Patel |

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