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Only 4 Days Until the FY2013 CoC Registration Submission Deadline!


As of Friday, September 20th, only 174 Continuums of Care have submitted their registration. There are 81 Continuums of Care that have not yet started their registration in e-snaps.
The registration deadline is 7:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, September 23, 2013. Registration submission must be received in e-snaps on or before the registration deadline. Failure to submit a registration in e-snaps by the deadline will result in the Collaborative Applicant being unable to access the FY2013 CoC Consolidated Application, which includes the CoC Application and project applications for reallocated projects, renewal projects, CoC Planning projects, and Unified Funding Agency (UFA) costs. Consequently, the CoC will be unable to apply for funds. Therefore, it is imperative that ALL Collaborative Applicants meet this registration deadline. No exceptions will be made.

  • It is the responsibility of the CoC to ensure that Registration is completed. HUD does not intend to issue individual reminders as we have in the past.
  • If you are a project applicant and your CoC has not completed Registration, you should immediately contact your Collaborative Applicant to find out the status. If the Collaborative Applicant does not submit a Registration on behalf of the CoC, project applicants will not be able to apply for renewal funds.
  • Collaborative Applicants must complete the annual registration using e-snaps, a web-based portal accessible at www.hud.gov/esnaps. CoC Registration and the CoC Consolidated Application will not be available at www.grants.gov.
  • The CoC Registration process is not for project applicants. The Project Application will be available with the publication of the FY2013 CoC Program NOFA.
  • Each CoC must include ALL eligible renewal projects in the FY2013 Grant Inventory Worksheet (GIW). Project funds expiring in calendar year 2014 are eligible for renewal and must be included on the GIW. If the CoC is unsure if a project is eligible to apply for renewal funds in FY2013, the CoC must contact the local HUD CPD field office.
  • Collaborative Applicants will use the GIW to establish the CoC’s FY2013 Annual Renewal Demand (ARD), which must be recorded in the Maximum Funding Need form in e-snaps. The GIW will be used by HUD as the basis for award amounts approved for all eligible renewal projects. Any changes to the GIW after CoC Registration must be approved by the local HUD CPD field office, in consultation with HUD Headquarters, within 7 days after the publication of the FY2013 CoC Program NOFA.
  • Collaborative Applicants that require information and technical support concerning this Notice and the registration in e-snaps may submit an electronic inquiry via the the Ask A Question (AAQ) portal on the OneCPD Resource Exchange. AAQ is accessible 24 hours daily. Starting on the day prior to the registration submission deadline, the AAQ Help Desk will respond only to emergency technical support questions up to the deadline.
For additional guidance on the FY2013 CoC Program Registration and Competition, please visit the following resource pages on the OneCPD Resource Exchange:

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