HUD Will Release Individual NOFAs This Year

January 2009
Aging News Alert;Jan2009 Supplement, p4
The article reports on the plans of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) to release individual Notices of Funds Availability (NOFAs) in 2009. It is stated that instead of releasing a comprehensive SuperNOFA, the HUD has decided to publish individual NOFAs as they are approved. Also presented is the proposed schedule for NOFAs that are expected to be released by mid-June 2009, which includes Housing Counseling in January or February, and Continuum of Care in May or June.


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