Destitute Veterans Reintegration Program HVRP and Veterans Workforce Investment Program VWIP Grant Provisions

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Destitute Veterans' Reintegration Program (HVRP) and Veterans' Workforce Venture Program (VWIP) Award Procurements. WHAT'S NEW?. I. SCOPE. VWIP and HVRP B. Program Prerequisites

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Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Program (HVRP) and Veterans' Workforce Investment Program (VWIP) Grant Provisions WHAT'S NEW?

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I. SCOPE VWIP & HVRP B. Program Requirements The grantee will furnish benefits as per the execution objectives as depicted in their proposition and fused into the connected grantee Planned Common Measures Quarterly Technical Performance Goals frame. At any rate, grantees will perform and provide details regarding the genuine execution for the accompanying objectives:

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VWIP Number of members put in transitional or perpetual lodging Number of members who now get "settled money related advantages" thus of grantee Case Management and referral prepare (for instance: Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) annuity benefits, DVA handicap benefits, DVA retirement benefits, Social Security, Social Security Disability Insurance, and so forth.) HVRP Number of members who now get "settled monetary advantages" accordingly of grantee Case Management and referral handle (for instance: Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) annuity benefits, DVA incapacity benefits, DVA retirement benefits, Social Security, Social Security Disability Insurance, and so on.) I. SCOPE

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I. SCOPE VWIP & HVRP Number of members holding work for 90 days after their leave quarter. Number of members holding work for 180 days after their leave quarter. Normal time-based compensations and number of hours worked every week for all members set in business.

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I. SCOPE VWIP & HVRP Actual quarterly uses (counting unliquidated commitments) for member administrations consumptions, authoritative expenses, and Stand Down action uses (if material).

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I. SCOPE HVRP C. Special Program Requirements 1. The expression "destitute or destitute individual " incorporates people who do not have a settled, standard, and sufficient evening time habitation. It additionally incorporates people whose essential evening time living arrangement is a directed open or secretly worked protect intended to give brief living lodging; a foundation that gives an impermanent living arrangement to people planned to be systematized; or an open or private place not intended for, or usually utilized as, a consistent dozing convenience for individuals. [42 U.S.C. 11302 (a)]. Lacking evening time habitation illustrations include: dozing in the lanes, in the forested areas, in broad daylight parks, in autos, on outside seats, under extensions, in tents, in holes, under a shelter, and so forth. Lacking evening time living arrangement does exclude living with relatives or companions.

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VWIP C. Special Program Requirements 2. The grantee, or sub-awardee, will give suitable introduction and preparing to effort staff and other staff to empower them to help veterans in acquiring work and preparing openings. HVRP C. Special Program Requirements 4. The grantee, or sub-awardee, will give fitting introduction and preparing to effort staff and other staff to empower them to help veterans in acquiring business and preparing openings. I. SCOPE

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VWIP 3. Participant records (and quarterly VOPAR revealing) will incorporate the quantity of veterans enlisted and the quantity of veterans set who fall into the accompanying subgroups: Gender : Male and female (that signifies add up to members); HVRP 5. Participant records (and quarterly VOPAR announcing) will incorporate the quantity of veterans selected and the quantity of veterans put who fall into the accompanying subgroups: Gender : Male and female (that indicates add up to members); I. SCOPE

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VWIP Ethnic Background : Caucasian , African-American, Hispanic, Native American, other minority (that signifies add up to members); Age gatherings of members: 18-19 years of age; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65 years and over) (that means add up to members); HVRP Ethnic Background : Caucasian , African-American, Hispanic, Native American, other minority (that indicates add up to members); Age gatherings of members: 18-19 years of age; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65 years and over) (that indicates add up to members); I. SCOPE

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VWIP Special Groups (that may not mean aggregate members) : unique crippled, incapacitated, recently isolated veteran (inside 36 months of release from the military), Campaign Badge Recipients, Operation Iraqi Freedom as well as Operation Enduring Freedom, welfare and additionally other open help beneficiaries, constantly destitute, and Stand Down members; and HVRP Special Groups (that may not signify add up to members) : extraordinary impaired, handicapped, recently isolated veteran (inside 36 months of release from the military), Campaign Badge Recipients, Operation Iraqi Freedom or potentially Operation Enduring Freedom, welfare or potentially other open help beneficiaries, incessantly destitute, and Stand Down members; and I. SCOPE

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VWIP When did the member play out their last military administration? 0 – 3 years prior; 4 – 7 years back; 8 – 11 years back; 12 – 15 years back; 16 – 19 years prior; at least 20 years prior (that signifies add up to members). HVRP When did the member play out their last military administration? 0 – 3 years back; 4 – 7 years prior; 8 – 11 years back; 12 – 15 years prior; 16 – 19 years back; at least 20 years back (that signifies add up to members). I. SCOPE

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I. SCOPE VWIP & HVRP Staff will report in every member record: Education, work history, and attractive aptitudes, licenses, certifications. Normal time-based compensations and number of hours worked every week of all members put into work at ninety days after leave quarter and at 180 days after leave quarter.

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I. SCOPE VWIP & HVRP Grantees must check work maintenance at 90 and at 180 days after leave quarter through the business or member and give documentation of this confirmation in the member record.

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VWIP 4. Upon ask for, the grantee will coordinate with the Department of Labor Interagency Council on Homelessness and the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National HVRP Technical Assistance Center concerning demands for grantee data on execution exercises, checking exercises, and demands for particular information as endorsed by the Department of Labor, Veterans' Employment and Training Service. HVRP 6. Upon ask for, the grantee will coordinate with the Department of Labor Interagency Council on Homelessness and the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National HVRP Technical Assistance Center concerning demands for grantee data on execution exercises, observing exercises, and demands for particular information as affirmed by the Department of Labor, Veterans' Employment and Training Service. I. SCOPE

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VWIP 14. The grantee will be in charge of giving the Department of Labor with data relevant to a longitudinal review for all enlisted members at 90 and 180 days after the leave quarter see segment IV.- Reporting Requirements). HVRP 16. The grantee will be in charge of giving the Department of Labor with data applicable to a longitudinal review for all selected members at 90 and 180 days after the leave quarter see area IV.- Reporting Requirements). I. SCOPE

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II. PAYMENTS UNDER THE GRANT VWIP & HVRP Advances/repayments will be drawn around the grantee through the U.S. Branch of Health and Human Services Payment Management System (HHS PMS) through PC with SMARTLINK capacity. In the event that the grantee has an issue or issue or needs to redeposit stores into their HHS/PMS account, please contact Nicole Dunning at (301) 443-0395.

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IV. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS VWIP & HVRP Financial Reporting Requirements 1. The grantee must information go into VOPAR/E-stipends (when accessible) a Standard Form (SF) 269A, Financial Status Report, to report expenses, program wage, unliquidated commitments, and other monetary data.

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IV. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS VWIP & HVRP 2. As a major aspect of the quarterly detailing prerequisites, the grantee should electronically present a SF 269A and all HHS/PMS 272s in lieu of Standard Form 272, Federal Cash Transaction Report no later than 30 date-book days after the closure date of every Federal financial year quarter amid the dynamic execution time frame:

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IV. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS VWIP & HVRP first Qtr by no later than October 30th; second Qtr by no later than January 30th; third Qtr by no later than April 30th; fourth Qtr by no later than July 30th; and in addition for the subsequent execution time frame: fifth Qtr by no later than October 30th; sixth Qtr by no later than January 30th; Final Qtr by no later than April 30th;

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IV. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS VWIP & HVRP 3. All immediate cost classification modification demands (spending detail deviations) must be asked for and endorsed in composing and include: Grantee introductory letter with justification(s) for the deviation(s); A one next to the other correlation of SF 424A spending details affirmed and asked for with deviation(s) figured (see underneath case);

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IV. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS VWIP & HVRP A unique marked SF 424; SF 424A; Revised spending story; Revised Direct Cost Description of Applicants and Sub-Applicants; DVET/GOTR proposal notice; and RAVET suggestion reminder, if essential

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IV. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS For instance: SF 424A Approved Requested Deviation Personnel $200,000 $190,000 - $10,000 Fringe Benefits $ 50,000 $55,000 +$5,000 Supplies $ 15,000 $10,000 - $5,000 Travel $ 5,000 $10,000 +$5,000 Other $ - 0- $ 5,000 +$5,000 Total Deviation: $15,000 Total Grant Award:$270,000 $270,000 - 0- Tot

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