Please note: The term of agreement is 8 months and Budgets should be prepared for 8 months rather than 7 months.
Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) - Summary Information
||Awarding Agency Name:
||Illinois Department of Human Services/Division of Mental Health
Name: Barb Roberson
||Type of Assistance Instrument:
||Funding Opportunity Number:
||Funding Opportunity Title:
||Housing First Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) (215)
||CSFA Popular Name:
||Housing First PSH (215)
||Anticipated Number of Awards:
||Estimated Total Program Funding:
||$100,000 - $1,000,000
||Source of Funding:
||Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement:
||Indirect Costs Allowed
||August 6, 2021
||Closing Date for Applications:
||September 20, 2021, NOON CST
||Technical Assistance Session:
Session Offered: Yes; Not Mandatory
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Agency-specific Content for the Notice of Funding Opportunity
A. Program Description
Scope of Services
The Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health is committed to, as a priority toward systems rebalancing and advancing equity and racial justice, the development and expansion of Permanent Support Housing (PSH) for individuals who meet defined criteria of eligibility and who are diagnosed with serious mental illnesses and/or have been institutionalized. The Housing First PSH Model is intended to:
- Create housing opportunities for those who remain unserved by the Bridge Subsidy PSH Model;
- Empower our providers to move particularly vulnerable populations with no or virtually no financial resources into housing directly without preconditions;
- Provide subsistence to those residents so they can meet some of their own basic needs with choice and dignity;
- Incentivize landlords to work with the most vulnerable populations and the organizations that serve them;
- Address service gaps due to racial and geographic inequities;
- Enable our providers to maximize the impact of the robust array of supportive services they currently offer residents in support of their commitment to recovery and community integration.
Program Participant Eligibility Requirements:
- Single person households only (with an exception for participants requiring live-in aides);
- Diagnosed with serious mental illness (with an exception only for Colbert Class Members);
- Income Eligibility:
- At entry - Individuals must be receiving $300 or less per month from all sources;
- At annual recertification (required minimally every 12 months; interim recertifications may be conducted as often as necessary when there are changes to income) - Individuals must be at or below 30% AMI to continue receiving financial assistance;
- Be a member of one of the following target populations (grantees may only serve one target population with each grant; separate grant applications must be submitted for each different target population if a grantee applies to serve more than one):
- Williams and/or Colbert Consent Decree Class Members - grantee or partner must be currently providing contract services to transition class members out of institutions;
- Front Door Diversion Program eligible participants - grantee or partner must be currently providing contract services under this program;
- Currently homeless (HUD definition at 76 FR 75994) PATH Program participants - grantee or partner must be currently providing contract services under the Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Program; or
- Forensic Services Patients - those residing in State-Operated Psychiatric Hospitals (SOPHs) eligible for conditional release into outpatient treatment services and are referred by DMH program staff for housing placement.
Programs will address these needs/objectives through the following eligible costs (see Program Guide for additional details):
- Rental Application Fees
- Inspection Costs
- Security Deposits
- Utility Deposits
- Landlord Incentives
- Transition Assistance Funds
- Rental Assistance/Leasing Payments
- Utility Allowances/Payments
- Subsistence Allowances
- Case Management/Support Services (maximum 20% of grants)
- Administrative Costs (maximum 10% of grants)
The roles and activities of the Housing First PSH Grantees are provided within the Deliverables, below.
The Subsidy Administrator will:
- Certify eligibility, resolve barriers, and retain all eligibility documentation for individuals identified for PSH at entry and at least once every 12 months thereafter.
- Provide housing search and placement activities as well as advocacy with landlords to assist individuals in securing rental units - including paying rental application fees as appropriate.
- Ensure completion of first Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspections on all assisted units using the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved HQS forms.
- Inform the landlord and/or property manager on the status of the conducted HQS inspection (Pass or Fail). When there are deficiencies, re-inspections of the units must be completed as required.
- Ensure HQS inspections of occupied units are completed annually.
- Verify and document that units rented meet the Fair Market Rent (FMR) and Rent Reasonableness standards set by HUD.
- Execute a Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) contract with the landlord/property manager on behalf of the individual; or enter directly into a lease agreement with the landlord/property manager and execute an occupancy agreement or sublease with the consumer.
- Pay security deposits, utility deposits, and landlord incentives as needed to secure units.
- Provide transition assistance to individuals with moving in and furnishing units with necessary provisions as approved in writing in advance by DMH program staff.
- Pay ongoing monthly rental subsidy amount, as calculated based on the individual paying 30% of his/her income towards the rent and utilities, by the prescribed due date.
- Pay ongoing utility costs or provide utility allowance to program participants each month as appropriate.
- Offer and/or enroll all program participants in SOAR services who need to apply for SSI/SSDI or have applications pending.
- Offer and/or enroll all program participants in IPS or CRP vocational/employment services who are willing and able to seek employment.
- Provide subsistence allowances to those enrolled in SOAR and/or enrolled in and meet the minimum participation requirements for employment services/vocational activities.
- Record income and all sources at entry, minimally at each annual recertification, and at exit to determine increases in income.
- Record destinations at exit to determine those successfully exiting the program to permanent and stable housing destinations.
The Grantee will maintain complete files on all program participants. Closed files will be retained for the greater of five years or the time frame put forth in the Grantee agency file destruction policy. If any litigation, claim, or audit is started before the expiration period, the records shall be retained until all litigation, claims or audit findings involving the records have been resolved and final action taken.
The Grantee will be responsible for establishing all applicable bank accounts in compliance with DMH requirements and to provide all applicable tracking and reporting of funds transferred to their organization.
Reference the Uniform Grant Agreement, Article IV Payment, Section 4.2 Return of Grant Funds and 4.3 Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990. Payment will be issued monthly and reconciled with reported allowable expenses.
- Number of individuals enrolling/entering program.
- Number of individuals moving into units (initial move-in only, not subsequent moves).
- Number of individuals remaining in program.
- Number of individuals exiting program.
- Number of individuals with application fees paid on their behalf.
- Number of application fees paid.
- Number of first HQS Inspections completed.
- Number of HQS re-inspections completed.
- Number of annual HQS inspections completed.
- Number of security deposits paid.
- Number of equivalent months of rent paid through security deposits.
- Number of Utility Deposits paid.
- Number of Landlord Incentives paid.
- Number of equivalent months of rent paid through Landlord Incentives.
- Number of monthly subsistence allowances paid.
- Number of eligible program participants receiving subsistence allowances.
- Number of monthly rental payments made.
- Number of individuals remaining in or exiting program that have remained stably housed for at least 6 months.
- Number of individuals remaining in or exiting program that have remained stably housed for at least 12 months.
- Number of individuals remaining in or exiting program that have remained stably housed for at least 24 months.
- Number of individuals exiting program that are exiting to a permanent, stable housing situation.
- Number of individuals remaining in program and have remained stably housed for at least 24 months who have increased their earned income (employment).
- Number of individuals remaining in program and have remained stably housed for at least 24 months who have increased their unearned income (e.g. SSI, SSDI).
- Number of individuals remaining in program and have remained stably housed for at least 24 months who increased their income from any sources.
- Number of individuals exiting program who increased their earned income (employment).
- Number of individuals exiting program who increased their unearned income (e.g. SSI, SSDI).
- Number of individuals exiting program who increased their income from any sources.
- 90% of individuals remaining in or exiting program have remained stably housed for at least 6 months.
- 80% of individuals remaining in or exiting program have remained stably housed for at least 12 months.
- 80% of individuals exiting program exited to a permanent, stable housing situation.
- 60% of individuals remaining in program and have remained stably housed for at least 24 months have increased their income from any sources.
- 80% of individuals exiting program increased their income from any sources.
B. Funding Information
This NOFO is considered a grant agreement and is a competitive application for funding. It is not a guarantee of funding.
Applicants must submit a program plan which supports the level of funding (See NOFO Summary Information above - 11 and 12) and detailed service delivery and deliverables (See Section A, Deliverables).
IDHS/DMH is not obligated to reimburse applicants for expenses or services incurred prior to the complete and final execution of the grant agreement and filing with the Illinois Office of the Comptroller.
Allowable costs are those that are necessary, reasonable, and permissible under the law and can be found in 2 CFR 200 - Subpart E - Cost Principles.
Please refer to 2 CFR 200 - Subpart E - Cost Principles to see a collection of unallowable costs.
Indirect Cost Rate Requirements
Please refer to 2 CFR 200.414 regarding Indirect (F&A) Costs. To charge indirect costs to a grant, agencies must have an annually negotiated indirect cost rate agreement (NICRA). If the agency has multiple NICRAs, IDHS will accept only the lesser rate:
- Federally Negotiated Rate: Organizations that receive direct federal funding may have an indirect cost rate that was negotiated with the Federal Cognizant Agency. Illinois will accept the federally negotiated rate.
- State Negotiated Rate: The organization must negotiate an indirect cost rate with the State of Illinois by completing an indirect cost rate proposal in the CARS system if they do not have a Federally Negotiated Rate or elect to use the De Minimis Rate
- De Minimis Rate: Any non-Federal entity that does not have a current negotiated (including Provisional) rate, except for those non-Federal entities described in appendix VII, Paragraph D.1.b of Part 200, may elect to charge a de minimis rate of 10% of modified total direct costs (MTDC) which may be used indefinitely.
- Elect to decline any indirect cost rate: Grantees have discretion not to claim payment for indirect costs. Grantees that elect not to claim indirect costs cannot be reimbursed for indirect costs. The organization must record an election of "No Indirect Costs" into CARS.
This program will be awarded as a 8-month term agreement with two subsequent, one-year renewal options. Renewals are at the sole discretion of the IDHS and are contingent on meeting the following criteria:
- Applicant has performed satisfactorily during the most recent past funding period.
- All required reports have been submitted on time, unless a written exception has been provided by the Division.
- No outstanding issues are present (i.e. in good standing with all pre-qualification requirements); and
- Funding for the budget year has been appropriated in the state's approved fiscal year budget.
C. Eligibility Information
This funding opportunity is not limited to those who currently have an award. Below are requirements for eligible applicants:
- Must be certified by IDHS as a Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) providing Rule 140 services (Medicaid Mental Health Services) or have a contract/MOU with a partner CMHC to serve all eligible participants in this program;
- Must be an SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) provider or have a contract/MOU with a SOAR provider to serve all eligible participants in this program;
- Must be an Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Supported Employment Provider, a Community Rehabilitation Provider (CRP), or have a contract/MOU with a partner IPS/CRP provider to serve all eligible participants in this program; and
- Are currently qualified/authorized to provide services to one of the target populations (see Program Participant Eligibility Requirements ). Applicants may apply to serve more than one target population. Applicants must submit one application only even when applying to serve more than one target population. The application must be inclusive of and identify all populations to be served).
Registration and Pre-Qualification
All entities must be qualified to do business with the State of Illinois. To be qualified for a grant award, an entity must:
- Apply for or update their DUNS number.
- Apply for or update their SAM registration and receive a SAM cage code. This must be done annually.
- Be registered and in good standing with the Illinois Secretary of State (This is not required of governmental entities and schools.)
- Register with the GATA/CSFA system.
- Register and access both the IDHS Community Service Agreement (CSA) tracking system and the Centralized Repository Vault (CRV). During pre-qualification, verifications are performed to ensure the applicant is not on the Federal Excluded Parties List; not on the Illinois Stop Payment list; and not on the Department of Healthcare and Family Services Provider Sanctions List.
During pre-qualification, verifications are performed to ensure the applicant is not on the Federal Excluded Parties List; not on the Illinois Stop Payment list; and not on the Department of Healthcare and Family Services Provider Sanctions List.
State agencies are federally required to evaluate the risk posed by each applicant. Risk assessments are a pre-award requirement and include two components:
- Entities must complete an Internal Controls Questionnaire (ICQ) as the Fiscal and Administrative Risk Assessment. The ICQ is completed once, annually. All state agencies will utilize the results of the ICQ. The entity can access the ICQ from the grantee portal.
- Programmatic Risk Assessment (PRA). Potential grantees must submit a Programmatic Risk Assessment. This must be done for each program applied for.
Cost Sharing or Matching: Not required.
Indirect Cost Rate: See Section B Funding Information, Indirect Cost Rate Requirements.
D. Application and Submission Information
Each applicant must have access to the internet. Applicants may obtain application forms at the Division's Grant Information website. It is the responsibility of each applicant to monitor that website and comply with any instructions or requirements relating to the NOFO.
IDHS encourages inquiries concerning this funding opportunity and welcomes the opportunity to answer questions from applicants. Questions and DHS/DMH Responses "Q&A" will be posted to the DMH Grant Information website, under the "Q&A Link", and updated periodically.
Questions about this NOFO, must be sent via email to DHS.DMHGrantApp@illinois.gov. The subject line of the email MUST state: "215 Housing First PSH - Question(s)". Questions will only be accepted electronically.
Content and Form of Application Submission
- Each applicant is required to submit a Uniform Application for State Grant Assistance. This is a 3-page document with the first page already completed by the Division of Mental Health. This document must be signed and dated by the applicant.
- Applicants must submit one application only even when applying to serve more than one target population. The application must be inclusive of and identify all populations to be served.
- Each applicant is required to submit a Program Proposal. The Program Proposal must include categories consistent with the criteria listed in Section E.
- The Program Proposal shall not exceed 10 pages. If there are more than 10 pages, the remaining pages will not be reviewed
- All documents must be typed using Times New Roman 12-point type,100% magnification and use black typeface on a white background, Except for letterhead.
- For charts and tables only Times New Roman 10-point with color may be used.
- The Program Proposal must be typed single-spaced with 1-inch margins on all sides.
- The PDF submission must be on 8 1/2 x 11-inch page size.
- The Application Packet
- Submission shall include the 3-page Uniform Application and the 10-page Program Proposal.
- These must be in pdf or pdf Portfolio format.
- Attachments must be submitted at the time of the application packet in a separate pdf document.
- Subrecipient budget(s).
- If applicant is planning to use a sub-grantee, a pdf copy of the sub-grantee budget must be submitted at the time of the application packet.
- Subrecipient budgets shall be submitted on the DHS/DMH Budget template (GOMBGATU-3002-(R-02-17) as an attachment.
Submission Dates and Times
- To be considered for award, application materials will only be accepted electronically and must be in the possession of the DMH email address DHS.DMHGrantApp@illinois.gov and by the designated date and time listed in Box 17 of the NOFO Summary above. The deadline will be strictly enforced.
- Emails into this box are electronically date and time stamped upon arrival. For your records, please keep a copy of your email submission with the date and time it was submitted, along with the email address to which it was sent. In the event of a dispute, the applicant bears the burden of proof that the proposal was received on time at the location listed above.
- If an applicant experiences technical difficulties, an email must be sent to DHS.DMHGrantApp@illinois.gov prior to the submission deadline. If State systems are deemed to be working properly, it is the applicant's responsibility to ensure their application materials arrive at the appropriate email address before the submission deadline date and time.
- Those that are delivered by any other means will not be accepted and will be immediately disqualified.
- IDHS/DMH is under no obligation to review applications that do not comply with the above requirements.
- Applicants will receive an email to notify them that the application was received and if it was received by the due date and time. The email reply will be sent to the original sender of the application and program proposal. Applications and program proposals received after the due date and time will not be considered for review and funding. There will be no exceptions.
- The subject line of the email MUST state:
- Entity Name;
- Program Name ("215 Housing First PSH")
- budget and budget narrative need to be completed and submitted in the CSA Tracking System information with the status as "GATA Budget signed and submitted to program review". There is space when preparing the budget on each line item for the budget narrative. Click here for instructions for the CSA Tracking System. Click here for Budget Information.
A Budget Template and Instructions can be used as a tool to assist in determining expenses; however, the final budget must be completed in the CSA Tracking System. The pdf budget or paper copy will not be accepted nor should be included in the application packet.
The budget narrative must describe how the specified resources and personnel have been allocated for services and activities described in the budget.
The budget must be prepared to reflect 8 months.
Dun and Bradstreet Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number and System for Award Management (SAM)
Applicants must annually apply or update their DUNS number and their SAM registration and receive a SAM cage code, and continue to maintain an active SAM registration with current information at all times during which it has an active award or an application or plan under consideration by a Federal or State awarding agency. The IDHS cannot make an award to an applicant until the applicant has complied with all applicable DUNS and SAM requirements and, if an applicant has not fully complied with the requirements by the time the State awarding agency is ready to make an award, the IDHS may determine that the applicant is not qualified to receive an award and use that determination as a basis for making an award to another applicant.
IDHS/DMH is not obligated to reimburse applicants for expenses or services incurred prior to the complete and final execution of the grant agreement and filing with the Illinois Office of the Comptroller.
The term of the agreement will be November 1, 2021 and continuing through June 30, 2022 and will require the mutual consent of both parties, be dependent upon the Grantee's performance and adherence to program requirements and the availability of funds. IDHS may withdraw this Notice of Funding Opportunity at any time prior to the actual time a fully executed agreement is filed with the State of Illinois Comptroller's Office.
E. Application/Program Proposal Review Information
Program Proposal Criteria
The maximum possible score is 100 points. All submissions will be reviewed, evaluated, and based on the Criteria listed below. The purpose of this section is for the applicant to present the agency description, history, achievements, service description, financial overview, and future.
||The purpose of this section is for the applicant to present the agency description, history, achievements, service description, equity advancement, financial overview, and future plans.
|Capacity - Agency Qualifications/Organizational Capacity
The purpose of this section is for the applicant to present an accurate picture of the agency's ability to meet and execute the program requirements, including physical plant, personnel, and training.
Please include the racial and ethnic demographics of the organization's leadership.
|Need - Description of Need
The purpose of this section is for the applicant to provide a clear and accurate picture of the need for these services within the community and how the proposed project will address these needs.
In addition, applicant must include information for all target populations and county(ies) your application proposes to serve. If proposing Cook County the zip code must also be included.
The applicant must include the U.S. Census data describing the age, gender, racial, and ethnic demographics of the community(ies) you intend to serve. Include any other relevant population-level data about the community(ies) to be served. You may use a table instead of a description.
|Quality - Description of Program Services
The purpose of this section is for the applicant to provide a detailed, clear, and accurate picture of its intended program design that indicates its ability to satisfy the requirements of the grant program.
The applicant must include a description of how your organization will ensure a staffing plan that reflects the demographics of the community proposed to be served. Include a description of the level of experience, degree/qualifications, level of experience providing services to community of focus and familiarity with their culture(s) and language(s).
In addition, applicant must include the type of technology or program they are planning to implement.
|Data Collection, Evaluation and Reporting
||The purpose of this section is for the applicant to describe how they intend to ensure accountability at all levels of service provision. IDHS is implementing the practice of performance-based contracting with its Grantee agencies. The articulation and achievement of measurable outcomes help to ensure that we are carrying out the most effective programming possible. At a minimum, Grantees will be expected to collect, and report data indicators and measures as described in this NOFO.
||The purpose of this section is for the applicant to describe what resources and other knowledge, skill and abilities in addition to those specific to the duration of the funding cycle the applicant possesses or will budget for in order to support the objective of this program.
|Budget and Budget Narrative
||The purpose of this section is to evaluate the budget for Narrative Inclusion, Fiscal Soundness and Programmatic Soundness.
Review and Selection Process
Proposals will be reviewed by IDHS/DMH staff familiar with the requirements of the program including services to be performed in specified geographic location, if applicable. Review team members will have no conflicts of interest and will read and evaluate proposals independently.Appeal Process
Competitive program grant appeals are limited to the merit-based evaluation process only. Evaluation scores cannot be protested. Only the evaluation process is subject to appeal.
An appeal must be submitted electronically, in accordance with the grant application document.
An appeal must be received within 14 calendar days after the date that the grant award notice has been published.
The written appeal shall include at a minimum the following:
- the name and address of the appealing party;
- identification of the grant;
- a statement of reasons for the appeal
Appeals are to be submitted to the following email address: DHS.DMHGrantApp@illinois.gov.
Response to appeal:
The appealing party must supply any additional information requested by DHS/DMH within a reasonable time period.
Anticipated Announcement and State Award Dates
It is anticipated that Notices of State Award (NOSA) will be made in October 2021.
Applicants recommended for funding under this NOFO following the above review and selection process will receive a Notice of State Award (NOSA) via the Grantee Portal. It is important to keep contact information in the Grantee Portal updated since the main contact is the person notification is sent to.
The NOSA shall include:
- The terms and conditions of the award.
- Specific conditions, if any, assigned to the applicant based on the fiscal and administrative (ICQ), programmatic risk assessment (PRA) and merit-based review.
The NOSA is not an authorization to begin performance or incur costs. The NOSA is a notice of the State's intention to make an award but should not be construed as a guarantee of award. A grant award is not considered to be fully executed until both parties have signed the grant agreement.
After acceptance of the NOSA, announcement of the grant award shall be published by the awarding agency. The grant agreement will also be published in the CSA Tracking System for signature.
A Notice of Non-Selection shall be sent via email to the applicants not receiving awards.
F. Award Administration Information
Administrative and National Policy Requirements
Applicants awarded these funds shall provide services as set forth in the IDHS grant agreement and shall act in accordance with all state and federal statutes and administrative rules applicable to the provision of the services including indirect cost rate requirements in Section B Funding Information, Indirect Cost Rate Requirements.
The legal agreement between IDHS and the successful applicant(s) will be the standard IDHS Uniform Grant Agreement. If selected for funding, the applicant will be provided an IDHS grant agreement for signature and return. Click here for a sample of the agreement.
Reporting requirements for the grant agreement shall be in accordance with the requirements set forth in Section A and shall also comply with the requirements of the Uniform Grant Agreement.
- Time Period for Required Periodic Financial Reports. Unless a different reporting requirement is specified in Exhibit G, Grantee shall submit financial reports to Grantor pursuant to Paragraph 13.1 and reports must be submitted no later than 30 days after the quarter ends.
- Time Period for Close-out Reports. Grantee shall submit a Close-out Report pursuant to Paragraph 13.2 and no later than 60 days after this Agreement's end of the period of performance or termination.
- Time Period for Required Periodic Performance Reports. Unless a different reporting requirement is specified in Exhibit G, Grantee shall submit Performance Reports to Grantor pursuant to Paragraph 14.1 and such reports must be submitted no later than 30 days after the quarter ends.
- Time Period for Close-out Performance Reports. Grantee agrees to submit a Close-out Performance Report, pursuant to Paragraph 14.2 and no later than 60 days after this Agreement's end of the period of performance or termination.
Grantee shall submit a quarterly Periodic Financial Report (GOMBGATU-4002 (N-08-17)) to the appropriate email address. Reported expenses should be consistent with the approved annual grant budget. Any expenditure variances require prior Grantor approval in accordance with Article VI of the Uniform Grant Agreement to be reimbursable.
PFR Email Address for General Grants: DHS.DMHQuarterlyReports@illinois.gov
PFR Email Address for Williams Consent Decree: DHS.DMHWilliamsInvoices@Illinois.gov
PFR Email Address for Colbert Consent Decree: DHS.Colbert.Invoices@illinois.gov
The Grantee shall submit quarterly Periodic Performance Report (GOMBGATU-4001 (N-08-17)) and the Periodic Performance Report Template by Program (PRTP) to the appropriate email address below. Reporting templates and instructions for submitting reports can be found in the Provider section of the DHS website.
PPR and PPRT Email Address for All Grants: DHS.DMHQuarterlyReports@illinois.gov
DMH reporting templates and detailed instructions for submitting reports can be found in the Provider section of the DHS website.
G. State Awarding Agency Contact(s)
If you need to contact the Division of Mental Health, please contact:
Barb Roberson at the following email DHS.DMHGrantApp@illinois.gov
H. Other Information
IDHS reserves the right to request additional information that could assist with its award decision. Applicants are expected to provide the additional information within a reasonable time period. Failure to provide the information could result in the rejection of the proposal.
NOTE: Providing the requested information does not obligate DHS to provide funding nor should an agency draw any conclusions about the department's intentions to fund or not fund the application.
The release of this Notice of Funding Opportunity does not compel IDHS to make an award.
This funding opportunity is considered a new application.
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Mandatory Forms -- Required for All Agencies
- Uniform State Grant Application and Program Proposal submitted to the proper email.
- Subrecipient Budget(s) Template GOMBGATU-3002-(R-02-17), if applicable.
- Budget submitted using the Uniform Grant Budget (UGB) Template (in the CSA Tracking System) with the status as "GATA Budget signed and submitted to program review".
- Programmatic Risk Assessment
- FY 2022 Fiscal and Administrative Risk Assessment (ICQ)