Advanced CDBG: Managing an Effective Program + CDBG Underwriting

National Community Development Association


Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 9 a.m.
Friday, September 27, 2019, 4:30 p.m. CDT

Coeur d'Alene, ID, United States

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The National Community Development Association (NCDA) is pleased to announce the delivery of a three-day course which combines Advanced Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) training and introduces requirements (current and proposed) for underwriting CDBG projects.

The first two days focus on Advanced CDBG concepts & management. Senior staff, new managers and experienced managers wishing to stimulate new ideas can benefit from the course. The agenda will include information and discussion on effective program planning, equitable allocation systems, program implementation challenges, leveraging resources and problem solving.

The third day’s session will focus on the new HOME Underwriting/Subsidy Layering requirements and because HUD is going to be requiring CDBG grantees to establish CDBG underwriting policies/guidelines, how the HOME Guidelines may serve as the basis for establishing CDBG underwriting guidelines. The course is based upon the latest guidance from HUD on how to conduct underwriting and subsidy layering for homebuyer and rental development projects.

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Rita Pribyl

Rita Pribyl is a former president of the National Community Development Associate. For 30 years she worked for the City of Davenport Iowa. In her role as Senior Manager of its Community and Economic Development Department she was responsible for the administration and oversight of many federally funded programs including ... Read More

Patrick Sullivan

Patrick currently serves as Director of Planning, Housing and Community Development for the City of New Bedford, Massachusetts. Patrick oversees the day to day operation of the Planning Division and related boards and commissions. Patrick is also responsible for the oversight and administration of federal funding from the U.S ... Read More

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