CDBG Colonias, Section 108, Website Changes

Ask Your CDBG/108 Questions Using OneCPD Ask A Question

April 29, 2013

HUD is pleased to announce the launch of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)/ Section 108 portal on the OneCPD Resource Exchange’s Ask A Question. This tool enables HUD’s customers to ask policy and program questions online and to receive timely responses to their questions via email.

Starting today, submit your questions on the following programs and systems to OneCPD Ask A Question:

  • BRAC: Base Realignment and Closure

  • CDBG: Community Development Block Grant and Section 108

  • CoC: Continuum of Care Program

  • DRGR: Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System

  • eCon Planning Suite (ConPlan)

  • ESG: Emergency Solutions Grants

  • Environmental Review

  • e-snaps

  • HDX: Homelessness Data Exchange

  • HMIS: Homeless Management Information Systems

  • HOPWA: Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS

  • HUD-VASH: HUD-VA Supportive Housing

  • IDIS: Integrated Distribution and Information System

  • Legacy Homeless Programs (S+C, SHP, SRO)

  • NSP: Neighborhood Stabilization Program

  • Title V

  • VHPD: Veterans Homelessness Prevention Demonstration Project

To ask a question, please use the following instructions:

  • Go to the Ask A Question page on the OneCPD Resource Exchange.

  • On the bottom of the page, underneath "Are You an Organization with HUD Policy, Program, or Reporting System Questions,” click on "Ask Your Question."

  • Fill out the Requestor Information form (note that this form is available directly at the following URL:

  • Once the question is successfully submitted, you will receive an email confirmation.

For all other CPD policy questions, please contact your local HUD Field Office.

OneCPD Ask A Question is a centralized portal that allows HUD’s customers to ask questions on any CPD-related topic in one place. OneCPD Ask A Question will also give HUD the ability to provide more timely and consistent answers to questions while obtaining additional information on common grantee knowledge gaps.