RESPOND WITH CONFIDENCE TO
With a long history of service in crisis situations, HORNE has developed methods to speed up processes and deliver results quickly. COVID-19 presents new operations, funding, and compliance challenges for local governments, state agencies, and healthcare to overcome.
The $9.61 Billion Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) provides funding to state to aid in preventing mortgage delinquencies and defaults, foreclosures, loss of utilities and displacement of homeowners experiencing financial hardship after January 21, 2020. HORNE is helping states plan and manage this money to quickly get homeowners the help they need to remain in their homes.
We have the expertise to help you develop your HAF execution plan for Treasury before the fast-approaching deadline of June 2021.
JUNE 1, 2021
EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
AIDING YOUR RECOVERY FROM THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19
Stable housing is the backbone to a robust and growing economy, and for many residents, COVID-19 disrupted their employment and their ability to pay rent. Congress recognized the instability COVID-19 introduced and took action, instituting an eviction moratorium and appropriating $25 billion for an Emergency Rental Assistance Program. HORNE’s turn-key approach to programs provides states a full-service solution to quickly get landlords and tenants the help they need.
CARES ACT FUNDING
DEADLINES FOR DISBURSEMENT
States must incur and expend CARES Act funding by the end of the year, or risk losing any unspent funds. By December 31, 2021, states must maximize funding disbursements and strategically invest in solutions that ignite the economy, bolster public confidence, and shore up municipal governments.
MANAGING CITIZEN NEEDS
COVID-19 has placed a tremendous burden on states responding to citizen need. A storm of news stories across the nation speak about long waits for assistance on support programs. With public pressure ever mounting, we have some quick solutions to these problems.
FOR COVID-19 FEMA REIMBURSEMENT
With ever increasing volumes of reimbursement claims for COVID-19, many sub-recipients are struggling to complete the documentation needs. Entities that have never submitted a reimbursement claim to FEMA are now faced with this new task and they need guidance.
OUR TECH, YOUR SOLUTION
HORNE has a team of in-house IT resources who have dedicated their careers to solving system challenges in grant management. We provide program transparency to stakeholders securely, accurately and compliantly.
HORNE was established in 1962 and has since grown into seven different focus groups consisting of over 1,900 employees in offices throughout the country.
Our firm’s core mission is to create value and make a difference – it’s what sets us apart. For more than 15 years, we’ve supported communities across ten states and three territories to manage compliance on more than $80 billion in federal funds.
Our singular focus is to improve the disaster recovery process and help communities rebuild faster and better than anyone thought possible.