Data Standards Project Start Date (3.10): Date following application that the client was admitted into the project. Housing Move-In Date (3.20): Date household moves into housing. Frequently Asked Questions Contact the Helpdesk if you have any questions or concerns.
ALERT: Due to the 10/1/17 HUD Data Standards upgrade, several data elements that pertain to FHPAP reports (and all Rapid Re-Housing projects). We strongly advise against running FHPAP reports at this time. We are actively working on this issue with our software developer, Mediware, and are in communication with MN Housing. MN Housing has elected … Read more
On October 1, 2017, HUD is rolling out (as they do every October) changes to the data elements they require all projects participating in HMIS to collect. To make sure you understand the changes, we will be releasing a video on September 20, 2017 that explains the changes and how they will impact your data … Read more
On October 1, 2017, HUD is rolling out (as they do every October) changes to the data elements they require all projects participating in HMIS to collect. This provides standardization for data collection around the country, allowing for a better understanding of homelessness around our country. Homelessness can then be analyzed at a national … Read more
After gathering user feedback and a robust discussion at the April HMIS Policy & Prioritization meeting attended by HMIS governance members, State Funders, ICA staff, and HMIS users, it was decided that there will be one change to the MN Universal Data Elements, which will go into effect on July 1, 2017. Leave any of … Read more
Although we have updated your ServicePoint Assessments and Data Collection Forms to reflect the changes and new language for the Federal Data Standards, the reports are not automatically updated. Funder Reports (including Funder Data Quality Reports) will be updated prior to your next report due date, starting in January 2016. The Data Quality reports (found … Read more
This change guide document provides a summary the 2014 data standard changes, description of new and changed universal data elements, as well as program specific changes.