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Per the FOA, recipients are not permitted to use HPP funds to make subawards to any HCC that does not have core member representation. Core member organizations include, at least, the following:
SPPR will establish a baseline for the participation of additional members based on performance data collected in initial fiscal years, which will be used to set targets and goals for subsequent years.
The intent of this PM is to determine if HCCs meet program requirements for core membership, assess membership rates by member type, and track HCC membership trends over time. ASPR understands that HCCs may have different membership compositions based on population characteristics, geography, and types of hazards. ASPR recognizes that simply having more members does not necessarily mean greater capacity to prepare and respond to hazards. Therefore, the intent of this measure is to assess appropriate HCC membership representation, including mix of member organizations and types, based on the unique preparedness and responses needs of the HCC’s communities.
Recipients should enter this information for each HCC into the end-of-year performance measure module in PERFORMS during the specified time period for end-of-year reporting. SPPR will calculate percentages. See
Appendix 2: List of Core and Additional HCC Member Types for a full list of member types.
Member type, legal name (no abbreviations), and address for each HCC core member organization
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