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Eligible applicants for OneCPD are: States or units of general local government; a HOME program participating jurisdiction (PJ) (not for MV-TA or HOPWA TA); public housing authority; public or private nonprofit organization or intermediary, including educational institutions and area-wide planning organizations; Indian tribes; for profit organizations. Eligible applicants for Core Curricula are: public or private nonprofit organizations or intermediaries, including educational institutions are area-wide planning organizations; and for-profit organizations.
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This NOFA is designed with two components: OneCPD Integrated Practitioner Assistance System (OneCPD) and Core Curricula for Skills-Based Training (Core Curricula).
1. OneCPD is a cross-program, assessment-based, and impact-focused delivery system. OneCPD is intended as a collaborative effort among HUD, our state and local partners, including Continuums of Care (CoC), and successful applicants focused on building the kind of grantee management systems and functional capacity necessary to successfully carry out comprehensive and sustainable “place-based” development and revitalization strategies. Just as importantly, OneCPD will allow grantees to showcase accomplishments by measuring not only the outputs of this technical and capacity building assistance but the outcomes and the impact on communities as well.
Through OneCPD, HUD can develop a new level of technical assistance and capacity building to meet the challenges facing federal funding recipients during the current nationwide economic retrenchment. Many of HUD’s state and local government grantees have lost some of the capacity, resources and skills necessary to administer CPD programs within the contexts of their local markets. HUD’s role in administering grants is two-fold: (1) build the capacity of grantees to support local decision-making with federal grants, and (2) conduct monitoring and oversight to ensure compliance with applicable regulations and to ensure appropriate use of funding. To address both purposes, OneCPD will focus on skills, planning, and innovation to build grantee capacity and help grantees comply with regulatory requirements.
The Core Curricula will support the development and delivery of core courses and topic-specific trainings to improve grantee skills in the areas of development finance, environmental review and compliance, asset management and preservation, and construction and rehabilitation management.
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