Community Facilities Technical Assistance and Training Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2022

CourtRural Housing Service
Published date14 March 2022
Record Number2022-05080
Federal Register, Volume 87 Issue 49 (Monday, March 14, 2022)
[Federal Register Volume 87, Number 49 (Monday, March 14, 2022)]
                [Notices]
                [Pages 14238-14242]
                From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
                [FR Doc No: 2022-05080]
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                DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
                Rural Housing Service
                [Docket No. RHS-21-CF-0020]
                Community Facilities Technical Assistance and Training Grant
                Program for Fiscal Year 2022
                AGENCY: Rural Housing Service, USDA.
                ACTION: Notice of Solicitation of Applications (NOSA).
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                SUMMARY: The Rural Housing Service (Agency), a Rural Development agency
                of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), announces that
                it is accepting applications under the Community Facilities Technical
                Assistance and Training (TAT) Grant program for fiscal year (FY) 2022.
                This NOSA is being issued prior to passage of a final appropriations
                act for FY 2022 to allow potential applicants time to submit
                applications for financial assistance under the program and to give the
                Agency time to process applications. Once the FY 2022 funding amount is
                determined, the Agency will publish it on its website at https://www.rd.usda.gov/newsroom/notices-solicitation-applications-nosas.
                DATES: Completed applications must be submitted using one of the
                following methods:
                 Paper submissions: The Agency must receive applications in
                paper, postmarked, and mailed, shipped, or sent overnight by 4:00 p.m.
                local time on May 26, 2022. Applicants intending to mail applications
                must provide sufficient time to permit delivery on or before the
                closing deadline date and time. Acceptance by the United States Postal
                Service or private mailer does not constitute delivery. Facsimile
                (FAX), electronic mail, and postage due applications will not be
                accepted. The application dates and times are firm. The Agency will not
                consider any application received after the deadline.
                 Electronic submissions: Electronic applications must be
                submitted via https://www.grants.gov by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight
                Savings Time on May 23, 2022.
                 Prior to official submission of applications, applicants may
                request application guidance from the Agency, as long as such requests
                are made prior to May 16, 2022. Technical assistance is not meant to be
                an analysis or assessment of the quality of the materials submitted, a
                substitute for agency review of completed applications, nor a
                determination of eligibility, if such determination requires in-depth
                analysis.
                 The Agency will not solicit or consider scoring nor eligibility
                information that is submitted after the application deadline. The
                Agency reserves the right to contact applicants to seek clarification
                information on materials contained in the submitted application.
                ADDRESSES: This notice and application materials may be accessed at
                https://www.grants.gov. This Notice may also be viewed at: https://www.rd.usda.gov/newsroom/notices-solicitation-applications-nosas.
                 Applicants can submit an electronic application by following the
                instructions for the TAT funding announcement on https://www.grants.gov. Applications may be submitted by the following methods:
                 Applications are to be submitted to the USDA Rural Development
                State Office for the State in which the applicant is located. The
                address for the headquarters of each USDA Rural Development State
                Office can be accessed at https://www.rd.usda.gov/files/CF_State_Office_Contacts.pdf. The Applicant should contact the USDA
                Rural Development State Office to see if applications may be submitted
                to Field Offices within the state.
                 For applicants located in the District of Columbia, applications
                will be submitted to the National Office in care of Shirley Stevenson,
                1400 Independence Ave. SW, STOP 0787, Washington, DC 20250.
                 Electronic applications will be submitted via https://www.grants.gov.
                FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: The Rural Development office for the
                state in which the applicant is located. A list of Rural Development
                State Office contacts is provided at the following link: https://www.rd.usda.gov/files/CF_State_Office_Contacts.pdf. Applicants located
                in Washington, DC can contact Shirley Stevenson at (202) 205-9685 or
                via email at [email protected].
                SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
                Authority
                 This solicitation is authorized pursuant to Section 306(a)(26) of
                the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act (7 U.S.C. 1926(a)(26)),
                7 CFR part 3570, subpart F, and 7 CFR 3570.267.
                Rural Development: Key Priorities
                 The Agency encourages applicants to consider projects that will
                advance the following key priorities:
                 Assisting Rural communities recover economically from the
                impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly disadvantaged
                communities;
                 Ensuring all rural residents have equitable access to RD
                programs and benefits from RD funded projects; and
                 Reducing climate pollution and increasing resilience to
                the impacts of climate change through economic support to rural
                communities.
                 Additional information regarding RD's funding priorities is
                available at the following website: https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points. Expenses incurred in developing grant application packages will
                be at the applicant's sole risk.
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                Background
                 USDA's Rural Development Agencies, comprised of the Rural Business-
                Cooperative Service (RB-CS), Rural Housing Service (RHS), and the Rural
                Utilities Service (RUS), are leading the way in helping rural America
                improve the quality of life and increase the economic opportunities for
                rural people. RHS offers a variety of programs to build or improve
                housing and essential community facilities in rural areas. The Agency
                also offers loans, grants, and loan guarantees for single- and multi-
                family housing, child-care centers, fire and police stations,
                hospitals, libraries, nursing homes, schools, first responder vehicles
                and equipment, housing for farm laborers and much more. The Agency also
                provides technical assistance loans and grants in partnership with non-
                profit organizations, Indian tribes, state and Federal government
                agencies, and local communities.
                Program Description
                 The RHS provides TAT grants to eligible public bodies and private,
                nonprofit organizations (such as states, counties, cities, townships,
                incorporated towns, villages, boroughs, authorities, districts, and
                Tribes located on Federal or state reservations) to provide technical
                assistance and training in support of essential community facilities
                programs. In turn, this technical assistance and training helps
                grantees identify and plan for community facility needs in their area.
                Once these needs are pinpointed, the grantee can find additional public
                and private financial resources.
                Paperwork Reduction Act
                 The paperwork burden has been approved by the Office of Management
                and Budget (OMB) under OMB Control Number 0575-0198.
                Overview
                 Federal Agency: Rural Housing Service (RHS).
                 Funding Opportunity Title: Community Facilities Technical
                Assistance and Training Grant.
                 Announcement Type: Notice of Solicitation of Applications (NOSA).
                 Assistance Listing (formerly CFDA): 10.766.
                 Funding Opportunity Number: USDA-RD-CFTAT-202.
                 Due Date for Applications: Applications must be submitted using one
                of the following methods:
                 Paper submissions: The deadline for receipt of a paper application
                is 4 p.m. local time, May 26, 2022.
                 Electronic submissions: Electronic applications will be accepted
                via Grants.gov. The deadline for receipt of an electronic application
                via https://Grants.gov is 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time on
                May 23, 2022. The application dates and times are firm. The Agency will
                not consider any application received after the deadline. Applicants
                intending to mail applications must provide sufficient time to permit
                delivery on or before the closing deadline date and time. Acceptance by
                the United States Postal Service or private mailer does not constitute
                delivery. Facsimile (FAX), electronic mail, and postage due
                applications will not be accepted. Prior to official submission of
                applications, applicants may request technical assistance or other
                application guidance from the Agency, as long as such requests are made
                prior to May 17, 2022. Technical assistance is not meant to be an
                analysis or assessment of the quality of the materials submitted, a
                substitute for agency review of completed applications, nor a
                determination of eligibility, if such determination requires in-depth
                analysis. The Agency will not solicit or consider scoring or
                eligibility information that is submitted after the application
                deadline. The Agency reserves the right to contact applicants to seek
                clarification information on materials contained in the submitted
                application.
                Items in Supplementary Information
                I. Funding Opportunity Description
                II. Award Information
                III. Eligibility Information
                IV. Application and Submission Information
                V. Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) and System for Awards Management
                (SAM)
                VI. Application Processing
                VII. Scoring Criteria
                VIII. Federal Award Administration Information
                IX. Non-Discrimination Statement
                I. Funding Opportunity Description
                 The Community Facilities Technical Assistance and Training Grant
                program is authorized by Section 306(a)(26) of the Consolidated Farm
                and Rural Development Act (7 U.S.C. 1926(a)(26)).
                 Program regulations can be found at 7 CFR part 3570, subpart F,
                referenced in this Notice. The purpose of this Notice is to seek
                applications from entities that will provide technical assistance and/
                or training with respect to essential community facilities programs.
                The purpose of this program is to assist entities in rural areas in
                accessing funding under RHS's Community Facilities Programs in
                accordance with 7 CFR part 3570, subpart F. Funding priority will be
                made to private, nonprofit or public organizations that have experience
                in providing technical assistance and training to rural entities.
                II. Award Information
                 Type of Awards: Grants will be made to eligible entities who will
                then provide technical assistance and training to eligible ultimate
                recipients.
                 Fiscal Year Funds: FY 2022 TAT Grant funds.
                 Available Funds: This NOSA is being issued prior to passage of a
                final appropriations act for FY 2022. Once the FY 22 funding amount is
                determined, the Agency will publish it on its website at https://www.rd.usda.gov/newsroom/notices-solicitation-applications-nosas. Up to
                ten percent of the available funds may be awarded to the highest
                scoring Ultimate Recipient(s) as long as they score a minimum score of
                at least 70. The Agency reserves the right to reduce funding amounts
                based on the Agency's determination of available funding or other
                Agency funding priorities.
                 Funding Award Amounts: Grant awards for Technical Assistance
                providers assisting Ultimate Recipients within one state may not exceed
                $150,000. Grant awards made to Ultimate Recipients will not exceed
                $50,000.
                 Award Dates: Awards will be funded on or before September 15, 2022.
                III. Eligibility Information
                 Both the applicant and the use of funds must meet eligibility
                requirements. The applicant eligibility requirements can be found at 7
                CFR 3570.262. Eligible project purposes can be found at 7 CFR 3570.263.
                Ineligible project purposes can be found at 7 CFR 3570.264.
                Restrictions substantially similar to Sections 744 and 745 outlined in
                Division C, Title VII, ``General Provisions--Government-Wide'' of the
                Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. 116-260) will apply
                unless noted on the Rural Development website (https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/community-facilities-technical-assistance-and-training-grant). Any corporation that has been convicted of a felony
                criminal violation under any Federal law within the past 24 months, or
                that has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for
                which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or
                have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to
                an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax
                liability, is not eligible for financial assistance provided with full-
                year appropriated funds, unless a Federal
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                agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and
                has made a determination that this further action is not necessary to
                protect the interests of the Government.
                IV. Application and Submission Information
                 The requirements for submitting an application can be found at 7
                CFR 3570.267. All applicants can access application materials at
                https://www.grants.gov. Applications must be received by the Agency by
                the due date listed in the DATES section of this Notice. Applications
                received after that due date will not be considered for funding. Paper
                copies of the applications will be submitted to the State Office in
                which the applicant is headquartered. Electronic submissions should be
                submitted at https://www.grants.gov. A listing of the Rural Development
                State Offices may be found at https://www.rd.usda.gov/files/CF_State_Office_Contacts.pdf. Applicants whose headquarters are in the
                District of Columbia will submit their application to the National
                Office in care of Shirley Stevenson, 1400 Independence Ave. SW, STOP
                0787, Washington, DC 20250. Both paper and electronic applications must
                be received by the Agency by the deadlines stated in the DATES section
                of this Notice. The use of a courier and package tracking for paper
                applications is strongly encouraged. An applicant can only submit one
                application for funding. Application information for electronic
                submissions may be found at https://www.grants.gov. Applications will
                not be accepted via FAX or email.
                V. Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) and System for Awards Management
                (SAM)
                 Grant applicants must obtain a Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) and
                register in the System for Award Management (SAM) prior to submitting
                an application pursuant to 2 CFR 25.200(b). Instructions for obtaining
                the UEI are available at https://sam.gov/content/entity-registration.
                 In addition, an entity applicant must maintain registration in SAM
                at all times during which it has an active Federal award or an
                application or plan under consideration by the Agency. The applicant
                must ensure that the information in the database is current, accurate,
                and complete. Applicants must ensure they complete the Financial
                Assistance General Certifications and Representations in SAM.
                Similarly, all recipients of Federal financial assistance are required
                to report information about first-tier subawards and executive
                compensation in accordance with 2 CFR part 170. So long as an entity
                applicant does not have an exception under 2 CFR 170.110(b), the
                applicant must have the necessary processes and systems in place to
                comply with the reporting requirements should the applicant receive
                funding. See 2 CFR 170.200(b).
                 An applicant, unless excepted under 2 CFR 25.110(b), (c), or (d),
                is required to:
                 (a) Be registered in SAM before submitting its application;
                 (b) Provide a valid UEI in its application; and
                 (c) Continue to maintain an active SAM registration with current
                information at all times during which it has an active Federal award
                or an application or plan under consideration by a Federal awarding
                agency.
                 The Federal awarding agency may not make a federal award to an
                applicant until the applicant has complied with all applicable UEI and
                SAM requirements. If an applicant has not fully complied with these
                requirements by the time the Federal awarding agency is ready to make a
                Federal award, the Federal awarding agency may determine that the
                applicant is not qualified to receive a Federal award and use that
                determination as a basis for making a Federal award to another
                applicant.
                 As required by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), all grant
                applications must provide a UEI number when applying for Federal
                grants. Organizations can obtain a UEI at https://sam.gov/content/entity-registration.
                VI. Application Processing
                 (a) Applications will be processed in accordance with this NOSA and
                7 CFR 3570.272:
                 (1) Applications that are not selected for funding due to low
                rating will be notified by the Agency. Applications that cannot be
                funded in the fiscal year that the application was received will not be
                retained for consideration in the following fiscal year.
                 (2) Applicants selected for funding will need to accept the
                conditions set forth in the Letter of Conditions, meet all such
                conditions, and complete a grant agreement which outlines the terms and
                conditions of the grant award before grant funds will be disbursed.
                VII. Scoring Criteria
                 Applications will be scored in accordance with this NOSA and 7 CFR
                3570.273. Those applications receiving the highest points using the
                scoring factors will be selected for funding. Up to 10% of the
                available funds may be awarded to the highest scoring Ultimate
                Recipient(s) as long as they score a minimum score of at least 70. In
                the case of a tie, the first tiebreaker will go to the applicant who
                scores the highest on matching funds. If two or more applications are
                still tied after using this tiebreaker, the next tiebreaker will go to
                the applicant who scores the highest in the multi-jurisdictional
                category. Once the successful applicants are announced, the State
                Office will be responsible for obligating the grant funds, executing
                all obligation documents, and the grant agreement, as provided by the
                agency.
                 The Agency will score each application using the following scoring
                factors:
                 (a) Experience: Applicant Experience at developing and implementing
                successful technical assistance and/or training programs:
                 (1) More than 10 years--40 points.
                 (2) More than 5 years to 10 years--25 points.
                 (3) 3 to 5 years--10 points.
                 (b) No prior grants received:
                 (1) Applicant has never received a TAT Grant--5 points.
                 (c) Population: The average population of proposed area(s) to be
                served:
                 (1) 2,500 or less--15 points.
                 (2) 2,501 to 5,000--10 points.
                 (3) 5,001 to 10,000--5 points.
                 (d) MHI: The average median household income (MHI) of the proposed
                area to be served is below the higher of the poverty line or:
                 (1) 60 percent of the State's MHI--15 points.
                 (2) 70 percent of the State MHI--10 points.
                 (3) 90 percent of the State's MHI--5 points.
                 (e) Multi-jurisdictional: The proposed technical assistance or
                training project is part of a Multi-jurisdictional project comprised
                of:
                 (1) More than 10 jurisdictions--15 points.
                 (2) More than 5 to 10 jurisdictions--10 points.
                 (3) 3 to 5 jurisdictions--5 points.
                 (f) Soundness of approach: Up to 10 points.
                 (1) The problem/issue being addressed in the Needs Assessment is
                clearly defined, supported by data, and addresses the needs;
                 (2) Goals & objectives are clearly defined, tied to the need as
                defined in the work plan, and are measurable;
                 (3) Work plan clearly articulates a well thought out approach to
                accomplishing objectives and clearly identifies who will be served
                by the project; and
                 (4) The proposed activities are needed in order for a complete
                Community Facilities loan and/or grant application.
                 (g) Matching funds:
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                 (1) There is evidence of the commitment of other cash funds of
                20% of the total project costs--10 points.
                 (2) There is evidence of the commitment of other cash funds of
                10% of the total project costs--5 points.
                 (h) State Director discretionary points. The State Director may
                award up to 10 discretionary points for the highest priority project in
                each state, up to 7 points for the second highest priority project in
                each state, and up to 5 points for the third highest priority project
                that address the following key priorities:
                 (1) COVID-19 Impacts. Priority points may be awarded if the
                project is located in or serving one of the top 10% of counties or
                county equivalents based upon county risk score in the United
                States. Information on whether your project qualifies for priority
                points can be found at the following website: https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points.
                 (2) Equity. Priority points may be awarded if the project is
                located in or serving a community with score 0.75 or above on the
                CDC Social Vulnerability Index. Information on whether your project
                qualifies for priority points can be found at the following website:
                https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points.
                 (3) Climate Impacts. Priority points may be awarded if the
                project is located in or serving coal, oil and gas, and power plant
                communities whose economic well-being ranks in the most distressed
                tier of the Distressed Communities Index. Information on whether
                your project qualifies for priority points can be found at the
                following website: https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points.
                 The State Director will place written documentation in the project
                file each time the State Director assigns these points.
                 (i) Administrator discretionary points. The Administrator may award
                up to 20 discretionary points for projects to address geographic
                distribution of funds, emergency conditions caused by economic
                problems, natural disasters and other initiatives identified by the
                Secretary such as applicants proposing to advance any or all of the
                Agency's three key funding priorities, provided that all other
                requirements set forth in this notice are otherwise met. The key
                priorities are:
                 (1) COVID-19 Impacts. Priority points may be awarded if the
                project is located in or serving one of the top 10% of counties or
                county equivalents based upon county risk score in the United
                States. Information on whether your project qualifies for priority
                points can be found at the following website: https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points.
                 (2) Equity. Priority points may be awarded if the project is
                located in or serving a community with score 0.75 or above on the
                CDC Social Vulnerability Index. Information on whether your project
                qualifies for priority points can be found at the following website:
                https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points.
                 (3) Climate Impacts. Priority points may be awarded if the
                project is located in or serving coal, oil and gas, and power plant
                communities whose economic well-being ranks in the most distressed
                tier of the Distressed Communities Index. Information on whether
                your project qualifies for priority points can be found at the
                following website: https://www.rd.usda.gov/priority-points.
                VIII. Federal Award Administration Information
                 1. Federal Award Notice. Within the limit of funds available for
                such purpose, the awarding official of the Agency shall make grants in
                ranked order to eligible applicants under the procedures set forth in
                this Notice and the grant regulation 7 CFR part 3570, subpart F.
                Successful applicants will receive a letter in the mail containing
                instructions on requirements necessary to proceed with execution and
                performance of the award. This letter is not an authorization to begin
                performance. In addition, selected applicants will be requested to
                verify that components of the application have not changed at the time
                of selection and on the award date, if requested by the Agency.
                 The award is not approved until all information has been verified,
                and the awarding official of the Agency has signed Form RD 1940-1,
                ``Request for Obligation of Funds'' and the grant agreement.
                 Unsuccessful and ineligible applicants will receive written
                notification of their review and appeal rights.
                 2. Administrative and National Policy Requirements. Grantees will
                be required to do the following:
                 (a) Execute a Grant Agreement.
                 (b) Execute Form RD 1940-1.
                 (c) Use Form SF 270, ``Request for Advance or Reimbursement'' to
                request reimbursement. Provide receipts for expenditures,
                timesheets, and any other documentation to support the request for
                reimbursement.
                 (d) Provide financial status and project performance reports as
                set forth at 7 CFR 3570.276.
                 (e) Maintain a financial management system that is acceptable to
                the Agency.
                 (f) Ensure that records are maintained to document all
                activities and expenditures utilizing CF TAT grant funds and any
                matching funds, if applicable. Receipts for expenditures will be
                included in this documentation.
                 (g) Provide audits or financial information as set forth in 7
                CFR 3570.277.
                 (h) Collect and maintain data provided by ultimate recipients on
                race, sex, and national origin and ensure Ultimate Recipients
                collect and maintain this data. Race and ethnicity data will be
                collected in accordance with OMB Federal Register notice,
                ``Revisions to the Standards for the Classification of Federal Data
                on Race and Ethnicity,'' (62 FR 58782), October 30, 1997. Sex data
                will be collected in accordance with Title IX of the Education
                Amendments of 1972. These items should not be submitted with the
                application but should be available upon request by the Agency.
                 (i) Provide a final performance report as set forth at 7 CFR
                3570.276(a)(7).
                 (j) Identify and report any association or relationship with
                Rural Development employees.
                 (k) The applicant and the ultimate recipient must comply with
                Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education
                Amendments of 1972, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section
                504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of
                1975, Executive Order 12250, Executive Order 13166 Limited English
                Proficiency (LEP), and 7 CFR part 1901, subpart E. The grantee must
                comply with policies, guidance, and requirements as described in the
                following applicable Code of Federal Regulations and any successor
                regulations:
                 (1) 2 CFR parts 200 and 400 (Uniform Administrative
                Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal
                Awards).
                 (2) 2 CFR parts 417 and 180 (Government-wide Debarment and
                Suspension (Nonprocurement)).
                 3. Reporting
                 Reporting requirements for this grant as set forth at 7 CFR
                3570.276.
                IX. Non-Discrimination Statement
                 In accordance with Federal civil rights laws and U.S. Department of
                Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its
                Mission Areas, agencies, staff offices, employees, and institutions
                participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from
                discriminating based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex,
                gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation,
                disability, age, marital status, family/parental status, income derived
                from a public assistance program, political beliefs, or reprisal or
                retaliation for prior civil rights activity, in any program or activity
                conducted or funded by USDA (not all bases apply to all programs).
                Remedies and complaint filing deadlines vary by program or incident.
                Program information may be made available in languages other than
                English. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of
                communication to obtain program information (e.g., Braille, large
                print, audiotape, American Sign Language) should contact the
                responsible Mission Area, agency, or staff office, the USDA TARGET
                Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TTY), or the Federal Relay Service
                at (800) 877-8339.
                 To file a program discrimination complaint, a complainant should
                complete a Form AD-3027, USDA Program Discrimination Complaint
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                Form, which can be obtained online at https://www.usda.gov/oascr/how-to-file-a-program-discrimination-complaint, https://www.ocio.usda.gov/document/ad-3027, or from any USDA office by calling (866) 632-9992, or
                by writing a letter addressed to USDA. The letter must contain the
                complainant's name, address, telephone number, and a written
                description of the alleged discriminatory action in sufficient detail
                to inform the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights (ASCR) about the
                nature and date of an alleged civil rights violation. The completed AD-
                3027 form or letter must be submitted to USDA by:
                 (1) Mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the
                Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue SW,
                Washington, DC 20250-9410; or
                 (2) Fax: (833) 256-1665 or (202) 690-7442; or
                 (3) Email: [email protected].
                 USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.
                Joaquin Altoro,
                Administrator, Rural Housing Service.
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