Data Sharing

Data for CDBG-DR and CDBG-MIT Grantee’s Impact and Unmet Needs Assessments, Program Marketing, and Duplication of Benefits Analysis

The longstanding data sharing agreement between FEMA with HUD and CDBG-DR grantees has been revised to address privacy-related issues identified in the applicable FEMA System of Records Notices (SORN). HUD worked with FEMA on a computer matching agreement (CMA) to ensure that HUD grantees will get the latest Individual Assistance program data from FEMA in order to build out their impact and unmet needs assessment, market their programs to potentially impacted individuals, and complete their duplication of benefits analyses for individual benefits. This page contains the guidance, training, and templates that
grantees can use to make data requests through HUD.
 
Notice
Trainings
Guidance and FAQs
Final Agreements between Grantees and HUD*

*these agreements are for reference and review only. When grantees are ready to sign a DSA or CMA, they should contact their grant manager/CPD specialist and request the final agreements that they will sign and then submit back to HUD.
 

Grantee Data Request Templates and Data Definitions
 
 
Content current as of August 18, 2022.