|efsp phase 39 awards||0.75||0.6||8729||37|
|efsp phase 39 funding||1.8||0.5||1667||94|
|efsp phase 39 application||0.95||0.9||6331||10|
|efsp manual phase 39||0.87||0.6||8895||77|
|efsp phase 38 funding||0.13||0.1||2370||80|
|arpar phase 39 efsp||1.92||0.2||9667||3|
|efsp phase 38 spending period||0.35||0.5||1552||60|
|efsp manual phase 38||1.92||0.8||9613||32|
|efsp application phase 37||0.93||0.6||9942||1|
|efsp phase 37 spending period||0.63||0.6||6274||36|
The EFSP was authorized under the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act (P.L. 100-77 signed into law on July 24, 1987, since renamed the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and subsequently reauthorized under P.L. 100-628, signed into law on November 7, 1988).What is the EFSP office closure date?
Emergency Food and Shelter Program Office Closure (as of November 9, 2021)... More Communicating with EFSP Office Reminder (as of November 13, 2020)... More DUNS Numbers and Associated Information Reminder (as of August 24, 2020)... MoreWhat are the qualifying factors for phases 39 and Arpa-r?
•Qualifying Factors for Phases 39 and ARPA-R: 1. 300 minimum unemployed 2. unemployment and poverty rates at national average •State Set-Aside Percentage - 8% of award to program for Phases 39 and ARPA-R State Set-Aside Committee consider jurisdictions that do not qualify for an award or are experiencing recent negative economic changes.How much did the DHS Appropriations Act allocate to EFSP?
The DHS Appropriations Act, 2022, appropriated $280 million to EFSP. This includes $130 million for local social service organizations aiding our nation’s hungry and homeless and $150 million for organizations providing humanitarian assistance to migrant families and individuals encountered by DHS.