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APR Process
Thursday, November 2, 2017 6:00:00 PM UTC - 7:00:00 PM UTC
Training Description:
Completing an Annual Performance Report (APR) as required by the Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) and Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHSDA) can be overwhelming. This webinar will simplify the process by presenting a straightforward strategy to develop an effective and basic system to collect the information necessary to complete an APR. The APR review process is a part of HUD’s oversight responsibility, as outlined in the NAHASDA regulations at 24 CFR § 1000.520. At least annually, HUD will review each recipient's performance to determine whether the recipient: 1. Has carried out its eligible activities in a timely manner, has carried out its eligible activities and certifications in accordance with the requirements and the primary objective of NAHASDA and with other applicable laws and has a continuing capacity to carry out those activities in a timely manner; 2. Has complied with the IHP of the grant beneficiary; and 3. Whether the performance reports of the recipient are accurate.”   Participants will learn about relevant statutory and regulatory requirements and other useful resources. 

Instructor

Jay Cook and Dave Thomas U.S. Dept. of HUD
Jay C. Cook, Grants Evaluation Specialist (EWONAP), has extensive experience overseeing and monitoring federally funded grant programs. Jay recently completed his Master’s Degree in Public Policy/Administration from National Louis University. David C. Thomas is the Lead Grants Evaluation Specialist (GES) in the Eastern/Woodlands Office of Native American Programs (E/WONAP) where he has served since 2009. David has over thirty years of community nonprofit/municipal government experience.
Jay C. Cook, Grants Evaluation Specialist (GES), Eastern Woodlands Office of Native American Programs (EWONAP) has extensive experience overseeing federally funded grant programs and projects involving affordable housing, community/economic development, and disaster recovery. 

Jay attained a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management earlier in his professional career, and recently completed his Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration (MPPA) from National Louis University.

David C. Thomas is the Lead Grants Evaluation Specialist (GES) in the Eastern/Woodlands Office of Native American Programs (E/WONAP) where he has served since 2009. David has over thirty years of community nonprofit and municipal government experience.

David has earned a Master of Arts degree (English) and a Master of Science degree (Community Development) from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 
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