2010 Opportunity to Register and Other Important Information for Electronic Application Submission for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program
The summary for the 2010 Opportunity to Register and Other Important Information for Electronic Application Submission for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program Federal Grant is detailed below.
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Federal Grant Title:
2010 OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ELECTRONIC APPLICATION SUBMISSION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES PLANNING GRANT PROGRAM
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Additional Information on Eligibility
Supplementary Information: On February 10, 2010, (75 FR 6689) HUD published the Advance Notice. The Advanced Notice announced HUD's intent to offer funding through competitive NOFA under its Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program. Through the Advance Notice, HUD sought input from state and local governments, regional bodies, community development entities, and a broad range of other stakeholders on how the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program should be structured in order to have the most meaningful impact on regional planning for sustainable development.
HUD is publishing this Notice to inform potential applicants of the multi-week time frame for the registration requirements that must be met before an application can be submitted, as well as the application procedures to follow once the NOFA itself is published. HUD is using this notice to request entities interested in applying for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program to notify HUD of their intent to submit an application. Providing HUD with this information will allow HUD to properly access the workload anticipated during the review process and plan accordingly to ensure timely decision-making. If your organization is interested in applying for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program, please call the HUD NOFA Information Center as soon as possible. The NOFA Information Center will ask for your organization name and address, contact name, email, and telephone number, including area code. Notification of intent to apply is not a requirement for application. If you are an eligible applicant, you may still apply - notification merely helps HUD determine staffing requirements for review and evaluation of applicants. THERE IS NO APPLICATION PACKAGE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS POSTING.
Link to Full Grant Announcement
Grant Announcement Contact
HUD's NOFA Information Center
Contact for further instructions related to Notice. [firstname.lastname@example.org]