Second HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for 1998

HUD has released its second series of "SuperNOFA"s for FY 1998.  The programs are:

  • Fair Housing Initiatives Program National Focus Education and Outreach; National Housing Counseling Training Program; and National Lead Hazard Awareness Campaign (outreach.pdf, etc.)
  • Economic Development Initiatives; Tenant Opportunity and Support Services and Lead Hazard Control Program (ecodev.pdf, etc.)
  • Continuum of Care Strategies for Homeless and Persons with AIDS; Supportive Housing Programs (targeted.pdf, etc.)
  • Information about the individual programs and their application kits are available at HUD's web site.   The NOFAs themselves are available from HUD or from this site, below.

    Each of the three SuperNOFAs is available in several formats, with instructions.   An explanation of the available formats:

    • Adobe PDF format.  We recommend this format because it produces files that are a replica of the original when printed out.  This format requires users to have Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download here if you have a PC running Windows 95, Windows NT or Windows 3.1 or 3.11.   If you are using a Macintosh, DOS or some other system, visit the Adobe website to download the verson of Acrobat Reader that's right for your system.

      If you already have Adobe Acrobat Reader correctly installed, clicking on the appropriate link will launch Acrobat Reader and display the file.  To simply save the file to your own hard drive for viewing later, place your cursor over the link, right-click it and choose "Save link as..."

    • WordPerfect 5.1/5.2 format. This format should be useful for users of WordPerfect versions 5.1 and later.  Versions 6.0 through 8.0 of WordPerfect will convert these files with no difficulty.  However, this format is a rendering of the plain text file made available by GPO Access and is not very pretty, especially where there were originally tables. 
    • MS Word 97 format.  For users of up-to-date versions of Microsoft Word.  Like the WordPerfect files, this format is a rendering of the plain text file made available by GPO Access and is not very pretty, especially where there were originally tables. 

    Here are the files: