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Announcement of Funding Awards

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AGENCY:

Office of the Chief Financial Officer.

ACTION:

Notice.

SUMMARY:

In accordance with the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989, this announcement notifies the public of funding decisions made by the Department in competitions for funding under the Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs) for the following program: Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program, FY2018 HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program, FY2018 Rural Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants, FY2019 Section 4 Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants (Section 4), FY2019 Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program (SHOP), FY2019 Veterans Housing Rehabilitation and Modification Pilot Program, and FY2018/2019 Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Program—Competitive Grants.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Grants Management and Oversight Division at AskGMO@hud.gov or the contact person listed in each appendix.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

HUD posted its FY 2017 HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program on grants.gov on August 14, 2017, (FR-6100-N-06). The competition closed on September 28, 2017. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. Initial awards were announced via the FR Notice published on May 17, 2018. Today's Notice announces ten (10) additional awards totaling $7,799,160. Three of the ten awards were amendments to the initial awards for technical assistance and capacity building support to grantees of HUD's Homeless Assistance Grant programs. The other seven (7) awards are new awards issued to applicants under the NOFA, to support the technical assistance needs of grantees of HUD's Disaster Recovery program. The Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program is designed to help HUD grantees and other customers navigate complex housing and community development challenges by equipping them with the knowledge, skills, tools, capacity, and systems to implement HUD programs and policies successfully and be more effective stewards of HUD funding.

HUD posted its FY 2018 HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program on grants.gov on December 17, 2018, (FR-6200-N-06). The competition closed on March 14, 2019. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. This competition awarded $155,840,288.34 to 26 recipients to provide technical assistance and capacity building services to grantees and other customers of HUD's Offices of Community Planning and Development (CPD), Public and Indian Housing (PIH), Housing, Policy Development and Research (PD&R), and Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO). The awards also include SUPPORT Act, CARES Act, and Disaster Recovery funding for technical assistance to CPD grantees.

HUD posted its FY 2018 Rural Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants competition on grants.gov on April 8, 2019, (FR-6300-N-08). The competition closed on June 11, 2019. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. This competition awarded $5,000,000 to 3 recipients to enhance the capacity and ability of rural housing development organizations, Community Development Corporations (CDCs), Community Housing Development Start Printed Page 54395Organizations (CHDOs), local governments, and Indian tribes (eligible beneficiaries) to carry out affordable housing and community development activities in rural areas for the benefit of low- and moderate-income families and persons. The Rural Capacity Building program achieves this by funding National Organizations with expertise in rural housing and rural community development who work directly to build the capacity of eligible beneficiaries. RCB program funds are limited to activities that strengthen the organizational infrastructure and management capabilities of eligible beneficiaries serving rural areas. Through these activities, eligible beneficiaries increase their capacity to carry out community development and affordable housing activities that benefit low-income or low- and moderate-income families and persons in rural areas.

HUD posted its FY 2019 Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program (SHOP) competition on grants.gov on July 9, 2019, (FR-6300-N-19). The competition closed on September 9, 2019. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. This competition awarded $10,000,000 to four recipients to provide eligible national and regional non-profit organizations and consortia to purchase home sites, develop or improve the infrastructure needed to set the stage for sweat equity, and volunteer-based homeownership programs for low-income persons and families. SHOP funds must be used for eligible expenses to develop decent, safe and sanitary non-luxury housing for low-income persons and families who otherwise would not be able to afford to become homeowners.

HUD posted its FY 2019 Section 4 Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants (Section 4) on grants.gov on January 9, 2020, (FR-6300-N-07). The competition closed on March 12, 2020. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. This competition awarded $35,000,000 to 3 recipients to the capacity and ability of Community Development Corporations (CDCs) and Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) to carry out affordable housing and community development activities that benefit low- and moderate-income families and persons. Funds may be used to provide training, education, support, and advice to enhance the technical and administrative capabilities of CDCs and CHDOS; and as financial assistance to CDCs and CHDOs to increase their capacity to carry out community development and affordable housing activities.

HUD posted its FY 2019 Veterans Housing Rehabilitation and Modification Pilot Program on grants.gov on April 19, 2019, (FR-6300-N-39). The competition closed on May 22, 2019. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. This competition awarded $4,824,000 to five recipients to provide nationwide or statewide programs which primarily serve veterans and/or low-income individuals. Program funds must also be used to assist our nation's low-income veterans living with disabilities who need adaptive housing to help them regain or maintain their independence. In partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, HUD is addressing these challenges by awarding competitive grants to organizations that primarily serve veterans and low-income people.

HUD posted its FY2018/2019 Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Program—Competitive Grants on grants.gov on May 7, 2019, (FR-6300-N-48). The competition closed on August 8, 2019. HUD rated and selected for funding based on selection criteria contained in the NOFA. This competition awarded $205,986,618 to 54 eligible Indian tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs) for projects that spur new construction and rehabilitation of affordable housing units in Indian Country. The FY 2018/2019 IHBG Competitive NOFA also encouraged other affordable housing projects under Title I of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (25 U.S.C.4101 et seq.), including necessary infrastructure projects and other eligible affordable housing activities.

In accordance with section 102(a)(4)(C) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989 (103 Stat. 1987, 42 U.S.C. 3545(a)(4)(C)), the Department is publishing the awardees and the amounts of the awards in Appendices A thru G of this document.

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Dorthera Yorkshire,

Director, Grants Management and Oversight.

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Appendix A

FY2017 HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program

Contact: Stephanie V. Stone, (202) 402-7418.

Legal nameAddress line 1CityStateZip 5Estimated funding total amountAmendment amountDisaster total award
Abt Associates Inc55 Wheeler StreetCambridgeMA: Massachusetts02138$12,000,000.00$99,580.00$600,000.00
Cloudburst Consulting Group, Inc8400 Corporate Drive, Suite 550LandoverMD: Maryland2078515,000,000.000.00850,000.00
Corporate F.A.C.T.S51248 Plymouth Valley DrivePlymouthMI: Michigan4817020,000,000.000.001,000,000.00
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc70 Corporate Center, 11000 Broken Land ParkwayColumbiaMD: Maryland2104410,000,000.000.00800,000.00
HomeBase/The Center for Common Concerns870 Market Street, Suite 1228San FranciscoCA: California9410215,000,000.001,500,000.00
ICF Incorporated, LLC9300 Lee HighwayFairfaxVA: Virginia2203120,000,000.0099,580.001,200,000.00
National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders5404 Wurzbach RdSan AntonioTX: Texas782385,000,000.000.00600,000.00
TDA Consulting, Inc17 Caleb CircleSan AntonioTX: Texas7825820,000,000.000.001,050,000.00
1,699,160.006,100,000.00
Total7,799,160.00
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Appendix B

FY2018 HUD Community Compass Technical Assistance and Capacity Building Program

Contact: Stephanie V. Stone, (202) 402-7418.

Legal nameAddress line 1CityZip codeTotal 2018/2019 awardFY 2019 disaster TA awardsTotal supplemental awardsTotal awards
Collaborative Solutions, IncP.O. Box 130159Birmingham35213$1,840,000$0.00$750,000$2,590,000
HomeBase/The Center for Common Concerns870 Market StreetSan Francisco941024,570,5000.001,000,0005,570,500
ICF Incorporated, LLC9300 Lee HighwayFairfax2203132,570,905.341,750,0005,500,00039,520,905.34
National Fair Housing Alliance1331 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 650Washington20004250,0000.000.00250,000
ECONOMETRICA, INC7475 Wisconsin AvenueBethesda208143,491,9100.000.003,491,910
FirstPic, Inc2614 Chapel Lake DriveGambrills210547,458,0000.000.007,458,000
Abt Associates Inc6130 Executive BlvdRockville2085216,812,5950.003,000,00019,812,595
Corporation for Supportive Housing61 BroadwayNew York100067,441,5000.004,000,00011,441,500
Corporate FACTS51248 Plymouth Valley DrPlymouth481701,525,000250,0001,000,0002,775,000
The Partnership Center, Ltd2134 Alpine PlCincinnati452061,021,4000.00250,0001,271,400
University of Illinois-Chicago (formerly John Marshall Law School)315 South Plymouth CourtChicago606041,500,0000.000.001,500,000
National American Indian Housing Council122 C Street NW, Suite 350Washington200014,500,0000.000.004,500,000
Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc31 Saint James AvenueBoston021165,689,4000.002,400,0008,089,400
Association of Alaska Housing Authorities4300 Boniface ParkwayAnchorage995041,650,0000.000.001,650,000
Cloudburst Consulting Group, Inc8400 Corporate Drive, Suite 550Landover2078512,149,1001,000,0005,900,00019,049,100
CVR Associates, Inc2309 S MacDill AvenueTampa336292,350,0000.000.002,350,000
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc70 Corporate CenterColumbia210446,543,1190.00500,0007,043,119
Local Initiatives Support Corporation501 7th AvenueNew York City100181,210,0000.00500,0001,710,000
Innovative Emergency Management, Inc2801 Slater RoadMorrisville275601,100,0000.000.001,100,000
TDA Consulting, Inc17 Caleb CircleSan Antonio782584,043,3681,000,0001,000,0006,043,368
BCT Partners, LLC105 Lock Street, Suite 311Newark071031,000,0000.000.001,000,000
American Institutes for Research1000 Thomas Jefferson Street NWWashington200071,153,4910.000.001,153,491
Federal Practice Group LLC2100 Crystal Drive, Suite 675Arlington22202250,0000.000.00250,000
Du & Associates, Inc7501 Wisconsin AvenueBethesda208141,300,0000.000.001,300,000
National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders5404 Wurzbach RdSan Antonio782381,015,0000.00500,0001,515,000
Capital Access, Inc325 Chestnut StreetPhiladelphia191061,605,0001,000,000500,0003,105,000
124,040,288.345,000,00026,800,000155,840,288.34

Appendix C

FY2018 Rural Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants (RCB)

Contact: Diane Schmutzler, (202) 402-4385.

RecipientAddressCityStateZip codeAmount
Housing Assistance Council1025 Vermont Ave NW Ste 606WashingtonDC20005-3516$1,892,473
Minnesota Housing Partnership2446 University Ave West Suite 140St. PaulMN55114-17401,706,093
National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders5404 Wurzbach RdSan AntonioTX78238-24281,401,434
Total5,000,000
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Appendix D

FY2019 Section 4 Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants (Section 4)

Contact: Anupama Abhyankar (Pam), (202) 402-3981.

RecipientAddressCityStateZip codeAmount
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc11000 Broken Land Pkwy, Suite 700ColumbiaMD21044-3535$14,314,931
Local Initiatives Support Corporation28 Liberty Street, Floor 34New YorkNY1000514,314,931
Habitat for Humanity International322 W. LamarAmericusGA317096,370,138
Total35,000,000

Appendix E

FY2019 Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program (SHOP)

Contact: Jackie L. Williams, Ph.D., (202) 708-2290.

OrganizationAddressCityCountyZip codeAmount
Habitat for Humanity International322 West Lamar StreetAmericusGA31709-3423$5,421,011
Tierra del Sol Housing CorporationP.O. Box 2626AnthonyNM88021-93462,150,107
Community Frameworks907 West Riverside AvenueSpokaneWA98337-19021,121,868
Housing Assistance Council1025 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 606WashingtonDC20005-35161,307,014
10,000,000

Appendix F

FY2019 Veterans Housing Rehabilitation and Modification Pilot Program

Contact: Jackie L. Williams, Ph.D., (202) 708-2290.

OrganizationAddressCityCountyZip codeAmount
Habitat for Humanity International, Inc322 West Lamar StreetAmericusGA31709-3423$1,000,000
St. Bernard Project2645 Toulouse StreetNew OrleansLA70110-50451,000,000
New Mexico Affordable Housing Charitable Trust344 4th St. SWAlbuquerqueNM87102-32061,000,000
Volunteers of America Texas, Inc300 E. MidwayEulessTX76039-37111,000,000
Housing Assistance Council1025 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 606WashingtonDC20005-3516824,020
Total4,824,020

Appendix G

FY2019 Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) Program—Competitive Grants

Contact: Hilary Atkin, Director of Grants Management Office of Native American Programs (202) 402-3427.

RecipientAddressCityStateZip codeAmount
Akwesasne Housing Authority378 State Route 37HogansburgNY13655$4,787,173
Aleut Community of St. Paul Tribal GovernmentP.O. Box 86St. Paul IslandAK996602,481,226
Aleutian Housing Authority520 E 32nd AvenueAnchorageAK995032,530,496
All Mission Indian Housing Authority27368 Via IndustriaTemeculaCA925905,000,000
Bay Mills Indian Community12140 W. Lakeshore DriveBrimleyMI497151,823,713
Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria266 Keisner RoadLoletaCA955511,474,673
Chippewa Cree96 Clinic RoadBox ElderMT595214,945,214
Chitimacha Tribe of LouisianaP.O. Box 661CharentonLA705233,860,725
Choctaw Housing Authority13660 Highway 16 WestChoctawMS393505,000,000
Colville Indian Housing Authority42 Convalescent Center BlvdNespelemWA991555,000,000
Cook Inlet Housing Authority3510 Spenard RoadAnchorageAK995035,000,000
Copper River BasinP.O. Box 89Copper RiverAK99588-00895,000,000
Coquille Indian Housing Authority2678 Mexeye LoopCoos BayOR974201,274,985
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Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians2371 NE Stephens StreetRoseburgOR974703,775,933
Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo IndiansP.O. Box 607GeyservilleCA954414,998,446
Eastern Shoshone Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 538Fort WashakieWY825144,200,000
Enterprise Rancheria Indian Housing Authority2133 Monte VistaOrovilleCA959664,953,094
Fort Peck Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 667PoplarMN592555,000,000
Gwichyaa Zhee Tribal GovernmentP.O. Box 126Fort YukonAK997401,520,000
Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel100 School House Canyon RoadSanta YsabelCA920704,624,017
Jicarilla Apache Housing Authority42 Hawks DriveDulceNM875285,000,000
Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel Reservation1981 N. Leclerc RdCusickWA991191,000,000
Lower Sioux Indian Housing Authority39527 Reservation Highway 1MortonMN562701,597,125
Mescalero Apache Tribe Housing DepartmentP.O. Box 710ZuniNM873274,000,000
Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma22 N. Eight Tribes TrailMiamiOK743543,000,000
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe dba Muckleshoot Housing Authority38037 158th Ave. SEAuburnWA980925,000,000
Nambe Pueblo Housing Entity11 W. GutierrezSanta FeNM875063,025,760
North Fork Rancheria Indian Housing Authority57907 Old Mill Site CourtNorth ForkCA936435,000,000
North Pacific Rim Housing Authority8300 King StreetAnchorageAK995184,393,836
Northern Arapaho Housing Authority501 Ethete RoadEtheteWY825204,975,366
Northern Ponca Housing Authority1501 Michigan AvenueNorfolkNE687015,000,000
Ohkay Owingeh Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 1059Ohkay OwingehNM875665,000,000
Ramona Band of Cahuilla56310 Hwy 371AnzaCA925392,540,000
Red Cliff Chippewa Housing Authority37645 New Housing RoadBayfieldWI548144,845,656
Red Lake Reservation Housing Authority24338 Hwy 1 EastRed LakeMN566712,250,000
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan7070 East BroadwayMount PleasantMI488583,967,260
Salish & Kootenai Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 38PabloMT598553,912,500
San Felipe Pueblo Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 4222San FelipeNM870015,000,000
Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority26 Highway 22 WSanto Domingo PuebloNM857024,515,723
Sault Tribe Housing Authority154 Parkside DriveKincheloeMI497885,000,000
Southern Ute Indian Housing Authority760 Shoshone AvenueIgnacioCO811371,122,000
Swinomish Housing Authority17547 1st Street, P.O. Box 677La ConnerWA982571,375,708
Tamaya Housing, Inc37B Day School RoadSanta Ana PuebloNM870044,824,139
The Chickasaw Nation520 E. Arlington, Box 1548AdaOK748215,000,000
Thlopthlocco Tribal TownP.O. Box 188OkemahOK748592,818,428
Tohono O'odham Ki_Ki Housing AssocationP.O. Box 790SellsAZ856345,000,000
Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation140 Rowdy Creek RoadSmith RiverCA955675,000,000
Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla66-725 Martinez RoadThermalCA922743,700,000
White Mountain Apache Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 1270WhiteriverAZ859415,000,000
Winnemucca Indian Colony595 Humboldt StreetRenoNV89509825,093
Wyandotte Nation64700 East Highway 60WyandotteOK743701,385,745
Yakama Nation Housing AuthorityP.O. Box 156WapatoWA989515,000,000
Ysleta del Sur Pueblo119 S. Old Pueblo RoadEl PasoTX799073,662,584
Zuni Housing Authority15540 Highway 101 NorthKlamathCA955485,000,000
Total205,986,618
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