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Demystifying the Performance Monitoring Review
Thursday, December 7, 2017 7:00:00 PM UTC - 9:00:00 PM UTC
Training Description: The purpose of ONAP’s on-site and remote performance monitoring reviews are to: 1) Fulfill the public trust responsibilities by ensuring that HUD grants are implemented in a timely manner and in compliance with applicable requirements; (2) Identify trends that indicate superior, satisfactory, or deficient performance; (3) Develop and implement action to reinforce, improve, correct or supplement recipient performance as appropriate; and (4) Identify and validate technical assistance needs.in accordance with the NAHASDA as well as other applicable regulations and statutes. Monitoring is an ongoing process that assesses the quality of a program participant’s performance over a period of time.  Monitoring provides information about program participants that is critical for making informed judgments about program effectiveness and management efficiency.  It also helps in identifying instances of fraud, waste and abuse. A performance monitoring review consists of a thorough review of all information available in both the Area ONAP's and Tribe or TDHE’s files and databases concerning a grant recipient’s use of HUD funds.  Participants in this webinar will learn how on-site and remote monitoring reviews are conducted at the grant recipients' organizations and housing authorities or TDHEs.

Instructor

Gentri White/William Dawson/Dave Thomas U.S. Dept. of HUD
Gentri White, Grants Evaluation Specialist at E/WONAP since 2014.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Juris Doctor Degree in General Law.  William (Will) O. Dawson III joined the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in March 2011, and currently serves as the Grants Evaluation Director in Eastern Woodlands ONAP.  David C. Thomas has served since 2009 as the Lead Grants Evaluation Specialist (GES) at EWONAP since 2009. 
Gentri White, Grants Evaluation Specialist (GES), Eastern/Woodlands Office of Native American Programs (E/WONAP) since 2014.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Juris Doctor Degree in General Law.  Gentri is an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a licensed attorney in the state of Illinois.  

William (Will) O. Dawson III joined the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in March 2011 and currently serves as the Grants Evaluation Director in Eastern Woodlands ONAP.
During his service in the U.S. Army Intelligence Corps, Will progressed to the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Four.  Will holds both a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. 

David C. Thomas is the Lead Grants Evaluation Specialist (GES) in the Eastern/Woodlands Office (E/WONAP) where he has served since 2009. David has earned a Master of Arts degree (English) and a Master of Science degree (Community Development).
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