- At a standstill with your Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) grant?
- Have problems you just can’t solve on your own?
- New to NSP and the Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System (DRGR), and it’s a mystery?
- Want to close your grant but feel overwhelmed?
Good News! NSP Technical Assistance is here for you!
NSP Technical Assistance (TA) is geared toward identifying DRGR issues, assessing grantee closeout readiness, and resolving any programmatic issues that are delaying grantees from closing out NSP grants.
It’s easy and fast: You can get approved within 48 hours.
Who can request: Grantees, HUD CPD Representatives, and TA providers
Information needed: Grantee name, grant number, grantee contact person (email and phone number), assigned CPD Representative, and short summary of issues to address
What you can expect: Up to 30 hours of remote TA
- Initially up to 14 hours of remote (telephone) grant assessment and follow up.
- TA addresses both DRGR and programmatic issues using a shared screen to allow TA provider and grantee to collaborate on documents.
- Grantee agrees to complete any follow up actions identified by the TA provider before the next call.
- You may extend the assistance up to another 16 hours of remote TA, as needed.
- If at any time the TA provider deems the issues identified more extensive than remote TA can address, then the grantee or HUD field office may request intensive on-site TA through the TA portal at https://www.hudexchange.info/program-support/.
Take that weight off your shoulders. Request TA today!
For more NSP resources, please visit the Neighborhood Stabilization Program page on the HUD Exchange. To find out more information about upcoming trainings and access materials from previously held trainings, go to HUD Exchange Trainings.