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Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) Division Annual Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) and Technical Evaluation Panel (TEP) Capabilities

Program Overview

Fostering Collaborative Preparedness

Tidal Basin Federal, LLC (Tidal Basin) has the expertise to provide logistical, administrative and technical assistance to the FHIP Division related to grants management, NOFO process and the TEP process. A sample case study of similar work can be accessed from the downloadable link to the right.

When providing professional, technical, and/or administrative support, Tidal Basin first aims to truly understand the agency’s or project’s needs and requirements. We focus our hiring on the technical, functional, and topical knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience to support the gamut of requirements that are necessary to administer multiple complex grant management and discretionary programs. We pride ourselves on our ability to craft and deliver comprehensive training programs tailored for grants programs, fostering a deep understanding and skillset among our clients.

Specific technical expertise includes:

  • Knowledge of the FHIP Program
  • Familiarization with and Grants Solutions Applications
  • 2 CFR 200 (Subparts A through D) – 2050
  • FHIP AAPP Guide

Factors to Consider

The Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity should consider the factors below when developing an RFP and scoring responses:

  • Grants Management Experience: The contractor should have demonstrated experience in grants management, including pre-award and post-award activities, to effectively support the FHIP Division in managing grant programs.
  • Grant Application Evaluation Expertise: Experience in managing grant application processes, including securing, managing, and training outside reviewers for application reviews to process high volumes of applications.
  • Technical Assistance Background: The contractor should have expertise in providing technical assistance to federal award grantees, particularly in areas such as data collection and analysis, to support grantee performance and compliance.
  • Subrecipient Capacity Assessment Experience: The contractor should have experience assessing the capacity of subrecipients in the areas of organizational capacity, financial management capabilities, past performance, technical expertise, and compliance history.

Program Team

Expertise and Support for Federal Programs

Our approach to grant administration specific to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs is built on developing and implementing best practices that stand the test of time and ensure seamless operations. Our dedication to providing top-notch technical assistance to government staff, guiding them through the intricacies of the NOFO and Training and Exercise Planning (TEP) processes, sets us apart.

Our team is here to support your facility, organization and community with these efforts. Tidal Basin’s commitment to excellence and our inclusive, conversation-driven approach make us not just a contractor but a valued partner in your mission to administer grants efficiently and effectively.

Mollie Matthews
Vice President,
Tidal Basin Federal
Carlos Castillo, CEM
Chief Development Officer,
Senior Vice President
Mike Gaskins
Vice President, Housing, Community Development, & Infrastructure
Bailey deRouen
Director & Capture Manager, Housing, Community Development, & Infrastructure
Angela Lawson
Director, Housing, Community Development, & Infrastructure


Get valuable resources for HUD programs specific to procurement and technical processes.

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Expertise

Tidal Basin was built on the principle that when a disaster strikes, federal agencies need to be empowered to facilitate their own recovery and work to enhance future resiliency. Our team of subject matter experts provides counsel and surge staff support to governments and communities at their greatest times of need.

Download the brochure to dive deeper into how Tidal Basin partners with federal agencies for logistical, administrative, and technical support for the Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) Division Annual Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) and Technical Evaluation Panel (TEP) processes.

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