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State CDBG Timely Expenditure Reports Posted - Data as of January 31, 2022

These reports provide data and charts to support Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) State, Insular Area, and Hawaii Non-Entitlement grantees in meeting program expenditure requirements.

View the reports.

Related Resource: CDBG Timeliness Video

Check out the Explore CDBG product CDBG Timeliness and Best Practices to Achieve Timely Performance. This video explains the timely expenditure and distribution requirements of the CDBG program and how timely expenditure of funds contributes to grantees' overall performance. Viewers learn best practices for proactively managing CDBG grant funds to avoid being untimely.

Explore CDBG is a collection of online technical assistance products designed to answer questions on how to use CDBG funds.

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