HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building

HUD’s Community Compass program (Community Compass) funds technical assistance and capacity building activities for HUD’s customers, including grantees, public housing authorities, and tribes.

Community Compass builds on the previous OneCPD Plus program and is an outcomes-focused,

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cross-Departmental approach to HUD’s technical assistance and capacity building activities.

A complete list of the programs, objectives, and funding included can be found in Section I.

Funding Opportunity Description of the NOFA.
Related Programs

CPD"s Transformation Intitiative Technicial Assistance

Department of Housing and Urban Development

Agency: Department of Housing and Urban Development

Office: None

Estimated Funding: $51,000,000

Who's Eligible

Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories

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Eligible applicants also include: Indian tribes, tribally designated housing entities as defined at Section 4(22) of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996, and national or regional organizations representing Native American housing interests.

Applicants who are national or regional organizations representing Native American interests should indicate such on the one-page application summary.2.

Any organization submitting an application under this NOFA may not be included as a subcontractor or consultant in any other application.

Subcontractors and consultants may be included in more than one application.

Any organization submitting an application where the organization or staff of the organization is listed as subcontractors or consultants on another application will be not be considered for an award.3.

Selected providers will be deployed as HUD deems most necessary across the country.4.

Since the diversity and intensity of activities carried out and work products developed may be extensive, collaboration and coordination among providers is essential.

For example, HUD may task two or more successful applicants to collaborate as a team in providing necessary direct technical and capacity building assistance to specific customers or in developing products and tools or group learning materials.

Furthermore, HUD may select a successful applicant to conduct overall coordination for the TA network.5.

Awardees tasked to provide technical assistance or capacity building to HOME grantees and/or CHDOs must have at least one (1) Certified HOME Program Specialist who has passed the Regulations Training exam with a score of 80 or higher available to conduct the work tasked, unless HUD determines that a HOME Certified Specialist is not necessary for the engagement.

The Certified HOME Program Specialist(s) may be in-house staff of the applicant, subcontractor staff or consultant(s).

The Certified HOME Program Specialist(s) must also have at least five years of demonstrated experience in administering a HOME program, including finance and underwriting; or providing direct TA on HOME regulations.

Individuals, foreign entities, and sole proprietorship organizations are not eligible to compete for, or receive, awards made under this announcement.

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