The GMO (Grants Management Oversight Division) has historically been responsible for guidance and policies related to discretionary or competitive grant programs. This included annual general guidance for Notices of Funding Availability (NOFA), and ensuring consistency with HUD's strategic goals and policies. In 2014, GMO undertook standardizing and streamlining processes for the creation, clearance and publication of NOFAs. In 2017, GMO continues work piloted in 2016 to streamline and standardize the processes for awarding grants and standardize performance indicators across discretionary programs. GMO continues to work with other federal grant making agencies to identify process-improvement opportunities, best practices and learn from the communities of practice at other agencies.
GMO continues to assist HUD program offices with both discretionary and mandatory grants to successfully implement the requirements of the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) issued by OMB, correct data errors on usaspending.gov, communicate potential and announced changes required by the Data Act, GONE Act, etc. as well as consistency with HUD specific requirements, including the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989 (P.L. 101-235, signed December 15, 1989) and implementing regulations (24 C.F.R. part 4).
GMO works closely with both the Transformation and Performance Divisions in OSPM for process improvement and performance measurement across grant programs at HUD.
HUD's Grant Programs
Julie D. Hopkins, Director
Loyd Lamois, Supervisory Program Analyst
Rita Yorkshire, Senior Management & Program Analyst
Ann vom Eigen, Management & Program Analyst
Maresa Gold, Management & Program Analyst
Victoria Masih, Management & Program Analyst
J. Malcom Smith, Management & Program Analyst
DeNita Square-Smith, Management & Program Analyst
Andrala Walker, Management & Program Analyst
Thaddeus Wincek, Management & Program Analyst
Contact our office: AskGMO@hud.gov