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NDRC Phase 2 NOFA-Specific and Topical Webinar Series

On Monday June 22, 2015, successful National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC) Phase 1 applicants were invited to submit a Phase 2 proposal for a project(s) to implement based on their Phase 1 framing and idea. The deadline for Phase 2 applications is October 27, 2015. To assist in this effort, HUD is again offering a series of technical and topical webinars to discuss NDRC Phase 2 NOFA requirements, address NDRC NOFA questions, and continue the climate resilience dialogue. The webinar schedules for NOFA-specific and Topical webinars, respectively, are provided below. NOFA-specific webinars will address Phase 2 NOFA requirements. Topical webinars are intended for a broad audience of communities as well as Phase 2 applicants and describe best practices and innovative tools that further investments in resilience.


NDRC NOFA-Specific Webinars

The following group of webinars will have a specific focus on the NDRC NOFA requirements, such as Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) and linking Need and Soundness of Approach. These webinars are meant for NDRC Eligible Phase 2 Applicants. As the application deadline approaches, webinars will focus on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) received in the ResilientRecovery.gov mailbox, requirements for application completeness, and application assembly. Webinars will also address any outstanding questions on BCA and other NOFA requirements.

Schedule of NDRC NOFA-Specific Webinar Series

Registration for these webinars is not necessary. Instructions to access each webinar will be made available closer to the date of the webinar. You can access this schedule on the NDRC Webinar Series News Page.

Who Should Attend?

The intended main audiences for the NDRC NOFA-specific webinars are the eligible applicants who have been invited by HUD to submit a proposal in Phase 2.

Webinar Title

Webinar Type

Date

Viewing Instructions

NOFA-specific: Lessons Learned: Phase 1 (emphasis on Long-Term Commitment)

Live

June 25, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Stakeholder Consultation

Live

July 2, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Q & A - Benefit Cost Analysis

Live

July 9, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Link between Need and Soundness of Approach (Factor 2)

Live

July 23, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Approach to Scheduling: Phase 2 Projects

Live

August 20, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Q&A -Presentation describing available resources on HUDExchange, webinar recordings, etc.

Live

August 27, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Q& A -Benefit Cost Analysis

Live

September 17, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Q&A - Walk through FAQs

Live

September 24, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: Q&A - Review completeness requirements

Live

October 8, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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NOFA-specific: NDRC NOFA Phase 2 Overview

Pre-recorded

TBD

Recording Coming Soon

NOFA-specific: Benefit Cost Analysis Overview

Pre-recorded

TBD

Recording Coming Soon

NOFA-specific: Gathering Data for your Benefit Cost Analysis

Pre-recorded

TBD

Recording Coming Soon


Topical Resilience Webinars

As part of the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NRDC) Phase 2 effort, HUD will provide broad topical information about resilient infrastructure financing, energy systems, performance metrics, integrated resilience planning, approaches to water and green infrastructure, design innovations for resilience, and how HUD is building resilience beyond the NDRC competition.

The NDRC encourages states, regions, and jurisdictions to adopt a diverse, stakeholder-driven, multi-disciplinary approach to ensure that their communities are more resilient to hazards, shocks and the effects of climate change. Through the two-phased process, NDRC seeks not only affect change in how $1 billion in CDBG-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) money is utilized, but help build the capacity of states and local governments to better utilize the billions of dollars in CDBG and other funds that are used to shape communities every day.

We invite you to participate in one or more of these webinars to learn more about resilience, and how to adopt and implement approaches that help your community to work to achieve a more resilient future.

For more information, visit the National Disaster Resilience Competition page. If you missed the Phase 1 webinar series on resilience, you can still access those via the NDRC Webinar Series page.

Schedule of Topical Resilience Webinar Series

Registration for these webinars is not necessary. Instructions to access each webinar will be made available closer to the date of the webinar. You can access this schedule on the NDRC Webinar Series News Page.

Who Should Attend?

The topical webinars are for those interested in learning more about resilience and how to adopt and implement approaches that help communities to work to achieve a more resilient future.

Webinar Title

Webinar Type

Date

Viewing Instructions

Topical: Approaches to Infrastructure Financing

Live

July 16, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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Topical: Building Resilient Energy Systems

Live

July 30, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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Topical: Measuring Success in Resilience: Baselines, Metrics, and Data-driven Decision-Making

Live

August 6, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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Topical: How HUD is Building Resilience Beyond the NDRC

Live

August 13, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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Topical: Integrated Resilience Planning

Live

September 3, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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Topical: Resilient Approaches to Water and Green Infrastructure

Live

September 10, 2015
3:00 PM EDT

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Topical: Design Innovation in Resilience

Pre-recorded

TBD

Recording Coming Soon

Topical: Top Ten Lessons Learned from the Sustainable Communities Initiative

Pre-recorded

TBD

Recording Coming Soon


Training Point of Contact

Sandy Patel | 210-710-7821 | Spatel@tdainc.org

To find out more information about upcoming trainings and access materials from previously held trainings, go to HUD Exchange Training and Events.


 
            
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