Office of Community Development – Disaster Recovery Unit
pdate for the Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
May 2012
 
 
I. Hazard Mitigation Grant Program  
As of Apr. 30, 2012, HMGP had disbursed  $414.5 million  to  7,888 homeowners  through  13,758 
payments
 
Detail of Payments by Category: 
 
April 9, 2012 
April 30, 2012 
Type of Payment 
Number of 
payments 
Number of 
household 
payments 
Amount 
disbursed 
Number of 
payments 
Number of 
household 
payments 
Amount 
disbursed 
Elevation 
9,189  5,245 $351,724,969
9,535
5,436  $364,290,715
Reconstruction 
749  457 $25,399,174
767
464  $26,019,671
Individual Mitigation 
Measures 
3,432  3,344 $24,089,425
3,456
3,369  $24,269,718
Total  13,370  9,046 $401,213,568 13,758 9,269*  $414,580,104
*9,269 households have received payments by type of payment, but there are 7,888 distinct homeowners 
who have been paid. 
 
 
 
 
II. CDBG IMMS   
As of May 7, 2012,  21,965 homeowners  have received  $164.5 million  for Individual Mitigation 
Measures through the Road Home program.  
 
 
 
III. Road Home   
As of May 7, 2012,  129,792 homeowners  have received approximately  $8.94 billion  through the Road 
Home program, including  
o $937.6 million  for  32,223 elevation payments  and 
o $2.11 billion  in Additional Compensation Grants to  46,065 recipients
 
Select Committee Briefing – May 2012
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III. Road Home ,  continued   
Detail of Payments by Category: 
 
Homeowner’s Grant Assistance  Mar. 31, 2012  May 7, 2012 
Total Homeowners receiving funds  129,769  129,792 
Total Amount disbursed to homeowners  $8,936,911,175  $8,942,993,579 
   
Average award amount  $68,868  $68,886 
      
Elevation   Awards   32,195  32,223 
Elevation Awards Disbursed  $936,761,018  $937,604,110 
      
Additional Compensation   Recipients   46,065  46,065 
Additional Compensation Disbursed  $2,114,977,479  $2,114,977,479 
  
 
 
Benefits Calculated Without Funds Disbursed  278 
337 
‐‐ Active Applications 
22 
17 
‐‐ IMM Only Applications 
160 
190 
‐‐ Transferred to Title Company 
96 
130 
 
     
 
 
 
 
IV. Small Rental  
As of Apr. 23, 2012,  4,271 property owners  have received  $346 million . A total of  7,779 units are 
complete.    
Small Rental 
Property Program  
Closed Loans (as of) 
Complete
Active 
Feb. 27, 
2012 
Mar. 26, 
2012 
Apr. 23 
2012 
Properties  
4,896  4,242  4,239  4,271  87.2% 
Total units  
9,564  7,723  7,719  7,779  81.3% 
Affordable units  8,361  6,788  6,784  6,842  81.8% 
Amount disbursed 
$338M  $342M  $346M   
 
Select Committee Briefing – May 2012
2
 
Homeowners Assistance Program - IMM PROCESS FLOW
Through 5/7/2012
 
 
 
Letters Mailed
39,290
 
 
No Response
7,157 18.2%
 
Letters Returned
32,133 81.8%
Percentages of Letters Mailed
 
 
Workable Inventory
1053 3.3%
Missing Documents
680 2.1%
Funding Not Anticipated
7,805 24.3%
   
Percentages of Letters Returned
 
 
Files Ready to be Reviewed
35
Desk Review
330
 
> % Sent to Title Company – 70.3%
> % Reviewed – 99.9%
> % Missing Documents – 2.1%
> % Not Anticipated Funding – 24.3%
> Files Having Required Additional Assistance – 680
> Number of Files Disbursed Since Last Meeting – 972
 
 
Field Review
18
 
 
Eligibility Check
82
 
 
Closing Prep
588
Transferred to Title Co.
630 2.0%
$4,719,330
 
 
 
Disbursed
21,965 68.4%
$164,537,247
 
 
 
 
**Workable Inventory Includes: Files Ready to be Reviewed, Desk Review, Field Review, Eligibility Check and Closing Prep. 
**Missing Documents Includes: IMM Response Form, Compliance and Monitoring documents (Homeowner insurance, Occupancy, Elevation, 
Flood, Multi, CLQ) 
**Funding not Anticipated includes: Ineligible and Declined Assistance 
Katrina/Rita CDBG Program Appropriations, Allocations and Expenditures for April 2012
Appropriations and Allocations
Congressional
Proposed Allocations
Restricted Balances
1st Appropriation
$6,210,000,000
$6,209,997,382
$2,618
2nd Appropriation
$4,200,000,000
$4,199,956,666
$43,334
3rd Appropriation
$3,000,000,000
$3,000,000,000
$0
Sum:
$13,410,000,000
$13,409,954,048
$45,952
Housing Programs
Housing Programs
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as of
4/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures thru
3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Homeowners Assistance*
$9,755,938,929 $9,662,317,991
$93,620,938
$9,481,514,077 $9,488,503,736 $6,989,658.32
$267,435,193
Small Rental Property
$662,857,250
$657,696,375
$5,160,875
$476,409,145
$485,964,226 $9,555,081.60
$176,893,024
LIHTC/CDBG Piggyback^
$582,846,000
$580,586,395
$2,259,605
$488,269,393
$489,299,415 $1,030,022.50
$93,546,585
Louisiana Land Trust Slum
and Blight Prevention
$216,000,000
$216,000,000
$0
$199,803,504
$199,923,415
$119,911.06
$16,076,585
Supportive Housing Services
$72,730,000
$72,730,000
$0
$25,647,634
$26,652,987 $1,005,352.59
$46,077,013
Soft Seconds^+
$72,600,000
$70,500,000
$2,100,000
$1,605,324
$2,984,787 $1,379,463.15
$69,615,213
First Time Homebuyer Pilot
Program
$48,298,000
$48,298,000
$0
$33,317,479
$33,397,394
$79,915.19
$14,900,606
Non-Profit Rebuilding
$26,000,000
$25,935,501
$64,499
$8,583,956
$8,731,036
$147,079.84
$17,268,964
Homelessness Supports and
Housing
$25,900,000
$25,900,000
$0
$19,149,330
$19,718,628
$569,298.85
$6,181,372
Housing Development Loan
Fund
$16,570,000
$16,080,000
$490,000
$2,487,707
$2,505,457
$17,750.00
$14,064,543
Building Code Enforcement
$16,230,000
$16,220,831
$9,169
$15,920,831
$15,920,831
$0.00
$309,169
Chinese Drywall
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$0
$824,286
$865,300
$41,014.40
$4,134,700
Rapid Re-housing
$5,000,000
$5,000,000
$0
$4,186,562
$4,333,188
$146,625.95
$666,812
Plaquemines Parish
Rehabilitation
$4,000,000
$4,000,000
$0
$2,091,710
$2,134,063
$42,352.09
$1,865,938
Land Assembly Operations
$2,070,000
$2,070,000
$0
$1,912,193
$1,919,693
$7,500.00
$150,307
Support to Community Based
Programs
$2,070,000
$1,844,571
$225,429
$1,552,090
$1,552,090
$0.00
$517,910
Sum:
$11,514,110,179 $11,410,179,664 $103,930,515
$10,765,130,098 $10,786,261,124
$21,131,026
$729,703,933
Infrastructure Programs
Infrastructure Programs
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as of
4/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures thru
3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Long Term Community
Recovery
$699,157,641
$699,157,641
$0
$290,669,574
$299,595,500 $8,925,925.82
$399,562,141
Primary and Secondary
Education^
$243,750,000
$243,750,000
$0
$131,915,697
$134,187,891 $2,272,194.20
$109,562,109
Ratepayer Mitigation
$200,000,000
$200,000,000
$0
$200,000,000
$200,000,000
$0.00
$0
Local Government^
$179,378,488
$154,367,029
$25,011,459
$75,511,711
$75,865,767
$354,055.75
$103,512,721
Infrastructure Program
Delivery
$30,692,359
$30,692,359
$0
$22,052,142
$22,571,210
$519,068.53
$8,121,149
Fisheries Assistance+
$26,515,608
$26,515,608
$0
$8,275,469
$8,495,782
$220,313.45
$18,019,826
Sum:
$1,379,494,096 $1,354,482,637
$25,011,459
$728,618,615
$740,910,173
$12,291,558
$638,777,945
Economic Development Programs
Economic Development
Programs
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as of
4/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures thru
3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Small Firm Recovery Loan &
Grant and Admin
$165,763,972
$165,763,972
$0
$164,302,163
$164,335,817
$33,654.90
$1,428,155
Recovery Workforce Training+
$37,053,635
$37,053,635
$0
$37,053,632
$37,053,632
$0.00
$3
Small Firm Recovery Loan &
Grant - PROP**^
$35,388,416
$26,589,356
$8,799,060
$8,939,356
$8,939,356
$0.00
$26,449,060
Louisiana Tourism Marketing
$28,500,000
$28,500,000
$0
$28,425,066
$28,425,066
$0.00
$74,934
Research Commercialization /
Educational Enhancement
$28,500,000
$28,500,000
$0
$26,211,009
$26,223,708
$12,698.43
$2,276,292
Technical Assistance to Small
Firms
$9,839,634
$9,839,634
$0
$9,839,634
$9,839,634
$0.00
$0
Small Firm Recovery Loan &
Grant - Innovation+
$8,000,000
$8,000,000
$0
$361,272
$438,439
$77,166.57
$7,561,561
Louisiana Bridge Loan***
$6,563,641
$6,563,641
$0
$6,132,087
$6,132,087
$0.00
$431,554
Sum:
$319,609,298
$310,810,238
$8,799,060
$282,771,593
$282,895,113
$123,520
$38,221,559
Administration, Planning and Technical Assistance
 
Administration, Planning and
Technical Assistance
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as of
4/2012
Unobligated
Amounts
Expenditures thru
3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
State Administration****
$172,537,000
N/A
N/A
$73,695,403
$74,803,966 $1,108,563.52
$97,733,034
Planning
$15,500,000
$15,147,959
$352,041
$13,678,959
$13,694,962
$16,003.14
$1,805,038
Environmental Clearance
$6,783,475
$6,783,475
$0
$6,479,257
$6,488,831
$9,574.28
$294,644
State Technical Assistance
$1,420,000
$1,372,517
$47,483
$572,988
$582,712
$9,723.60
$837,288
Shelter Plus Care Admin
$500,000
$500,000
$0
$217,984
$224,455
$6,470.81
$275,545
Sum:
$196,740,475
$23,803,951
$399,524
$94,695,560
$95,845,895
$1,150,335
$100,945,548
All Programs
Total Allocations
as of 4/2012
Total Obligations
as of 4/2012
Total
Unobligated
Amounts
Total Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
Total
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Total Monthly
Expenditures
Total
Remaining
Balance
All Programs Total:
$13,409,954,048 $13,099,276,490 $138,140,558
$11,871,215,866 $11,905,912,305
$34,696,439 $1,507,648,986
*Includes $172 million not yet approved by HUD.
**$2,810,643.69 of Bridge Loan Program Income funds were expended on this program.
***Remaining balance of the Louisiana Bridge Loan Program to be used by Small Firm Recovery Loan & Grant Programs.
****Administrative costs consist predominantly of salaries, benefits, and operating costs that are not obligated through CEAs or contracts.
^All or a portion of the unobligated funds will be obligated upon approval of pending CEA/Contract/Loan Agreement/Project Application.
+All or a portion of the unobligated funds will be obligated in another program upon HUD's approval of APA 54.
Report Refreshed on 5/4/12
 
Gustav/Ike CDBG Program Allocations, Obligations, and Expenditures for April 2012
Appropriations and Allocations
Congressional Appropriation
Proposed Allocations Restricted Balances
1st Allocation
$438,223,344
$438,223,344
$0
2nd Allocation
$620,467,205
$620,467,205
$0
3rd Allocation
$34,522,022
$34,522,022
$0
Sum:
$1,093,212,571
$1,093,212,571
$0
Parish Program
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
$55,881,430
$55,881,430
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Allocation to Parishes
$562,526,122
$539,034,513
$23,491,609
$61,670,548
$5,789,118 $500,855,574
Sum:
$562,526,122
$539,034,513
$23,491,609
$61,670,548
$5,789,118 $500,855,574
Housing Programs
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
$10,962,247
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
State - Affordable Rental
$53,700,000
$49,302,543
$4,397,457
$12,280,936
$1,318,689
$41,419,064
GI Piggyback Program
$35,000,000
$25,000,000
$10,000,000
$8,117,640
$8,970,591
$852,951
$26,029,409
Public/Supportive Housing -
State
$15,500,000
$15,500,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$15,500,000
Homelessness Prevention
$4,082,672
$2,000,000
$2,082,672
$716,064
$783,383
$67,319
$3,299,289
Parish - Affordable Rental
$14,000,000
$14,000,000
$0
$321,845
$355,578
$33,733
$13,644,422
Non-Profit Homeowner Rehab
$5,000,000
$0
$5,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$5,000,000
Sum:
$127,282,672
$105,802,543
$21,480,129
$20,117,796
$22,390,488
$2,272,692 $104,892,184
Infrastructure Programs
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Coastal Communities Recovery
$30,398,297
$30,398,297
$0
$14,834
$22,236
$7,402
$30,376,061
Interoperable Communications
$17,099,040
$17,099,040
$0
$12,728,384
$12,728,384
$0
$4,370,656
Municipal Infrastructure
$35,000,000
$33,653,121
$1,346,879
$2,020,931
$2,390,157
$369,226
$32,609,843
Economic Development and
Growth Infrastructure
$80,000,000
$39,000,000
$41,000,000
$39,000,000
$39,000,000
$0
$41,000,000
State Cost-Share Reserves
$20,000,000
$0
$20,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$20,000,000
Sum:
$182,497,337
$120,150,458
$62,346,879
$53,764,149
$54,140,777
$376,628 $128,356,560
Economic Development
Programs
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Economic Revitalization
(Business Grant and Loan)
$43,932,433
$39,042,000
$4,890,433
$18,021,670
$18,597,047
$575,377
$25,335,386
Innovation Grant Program
$13,300,000
$13,030,000
$270,000
$577,068
$595,402
$18,334
$12,704,598
Sum:
$57,232,433
$52,072,000
$5,160,433
$18,598,738
$19,192,449
$593,711
$38,039,984
Agriculture
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Farm Recovery Loan and Grant
$39,127,862
$39,127,862
$0
$38,588,572
$38,588,687
$115
$539,175
Agri-business Recovery Loan
Assistance
$9,729,862
$9,729,862
$0
$9,103,556
$9,103,556
$0
$626,306
La Critical Farm Infrastructure
$10,000,000
$10,000,000
$0
$9,908,086
$9,908,086
$0
$91,914
Agriculture Administration
$908,870
$908,870
$0
$573,143
$573,143
$0
$335,727
Sum:
$59,766,594
$59,766,594
$0
$58,173,357
$58,173,472
$115
$1,593,122
Comprehensive Resiliency
Fisheries
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
$15,014,747
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Commercial Fisherman G&L
$15,228,370
$15,228,370
$0
$15,057,151
$42,404
$171,219
Wholesale Dealer Broker G&L
$8,305,005
$8,305,005
$0
$8,305,005
$8,305,005
$0
$0
Vessel Monitoring System
$2,587,882
$0
$2,587,882
$0
$0
$0
$2,587,882
Sustainable Coastal
Communities
$7,925,000
$6,975,000
$950,000
$141,540
$141,540
$0
$7,783,460
Fisheries Technical Assistance
$125,000
$125,000
$0
$62,532
$62,532
$0
$62,468
Fishing Industry Modernization
$100,000
$100,000
$0
$85,409
$85,409
$0
$14,591
Fisheries Administration
$699,922
$699,922
$0
$439,822
$439,822
$0
$260,100
Sum:
$34,971,179
$31,433,297
$3,537,882
$24,049,055
$24,091,459
$42,404
$10,879,720
Housing Programs
Administration and Planning
Allocations as of
4/2012
Obligations as
of 4/2012
Unobligated
Amount
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Monthly
Expenditures
Remaining
Balances
Comprehensive Resiliency
$13,300,000
$10,355,287
$2,944,713
$1,989,215
$2,687,214
$697,999
$10,612,786
Planning
$5,869,479
$4,500,000
$1,369,479
$715,960
$715,960
$0
$5,153,519
Administration
$49,766,755
N/A
N/A
$7,868,197
$10,573,372
$8,437,763
$569,566
$41,328,992
Sum:
$68,936,234
N/A
N/A
$11,840,937
$1,267,565
$57,095,297
Rental Housing
Total Allocations as
of 4/2012
Total
Obligations as
of 4/2012**
Total
Unobligated
Amount**
Total
Expenditures
thru 3/31/2012
$241,157,897
Total
Expenditures
thru 4/30/2012
Total Monthly
Expenditures
Total
Remaining
Balance
$1,093,212,571
$923,114,692
$120,331,124
$251,500,130
$10,342,233 $841,712,441
Report Refreshed on 5/1/12
** Administrative costs consist predominantly of salaries, benefits, and operating costs that are not obligated through CEAs or contracts.
Katrina/Rita Disaster Recovery Contracts
May 2012
CDBG Housing Programs
Program Name
Vendor Name/Contracting Agency
Allocation
Total Expended as of 4-
30-2012
Balance
Contract
Employees
Corporate Base
Minority
Owned
CEO
Homeowners Assistance
(Road Home)
HGI CATASTROPHE SERVICE LLC
$45,000,000.00
$0.00
$45,000,000.00
297
Louisiana
Yes
Larry Oney
Homeowners Assistance
(Road Home)
SHAW ENGINEERING
$2,700,000.00
$1,886,691.19
$813,308.81
Louisiana
No
Jim Bernhard
Environmental Clearance
ENVIRON INTERNATIONAL CORP
$1,500,000.00
$1,244,564.68
$255,435.32
Washington DC
No
Joseph Highland, Ph.D.
Rapid Re-Housing
MFR
$666,750.00
$609,650.77
$57,099.23
Texas
Yes
Roland Rodriguez, CPA
Small Rental Property
ENVIRON INTERNATIONAL CORP
$2,600,000.00
$656,783.07
$1,943,216.93
Washington DC
No
Joseph Highland, Ph.D.
Small Rental Property
SHAW ENGINEERING & INFRASTRUCTURE
$30,000,000.00
$3,154,384.25
$26,845,615.75
LIHTC/CDBG Piggyback
THE COMPASS GROUP LLC
$1,350,000.00
$580,996.72
$769,003.28
Washington DC
No
Charles Wilkins, Jr.
LIHTC/CDBG Piggyback
HUNT GUILLOT
$444,756.00
$278,430.50
$166,325.50
Louisiana
No
Alexander T. Hunt, III
Contaminated Drywall
ENVIRON INTERNATIONAL CORP
$2,000,000.00
$58,742.62
$1,941,257.38
Washington DC
No
Joseph Highland, Ph.D.
Contaminated Drywall
MFR
$499,950.00
$457,802.60
$42,147.40
Texas
Yes
Roland Rodriguez, CPA
Road Home IT Services
CGI TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS INC* **
$63,026,772.00
$34,520,307.24
$28,506,464.76
Virginia
No
Alfred Mockett
Road Home IT Services
HOUSING & DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE
$900,000.00
$14,604.43
$885,395.57
Florida
Yes
Cristina Gilson
Road Home IT Services
STR GRANTS LLC
$3,000,000.00
$981,942.51
$2,018,057.49
Virginia
No
Scott Meyer
Road Home IT Services
VENYU
$3,424,992.42
$3,010,412.92
$414,579.50
Louisiana
Scott Thompson
Road Home IT Services
WORLEY CATASTROPHE RESPONSE
$411,077.00
$256,488.00
$154,589.00
Louisiana
No
Edward Worley
Road Home Legal Services
BRUNO & BRUNO
$250,000.00
$0.00
$250,000.00
Louisiana
No
n/a
Road Home Legal Services
DUNLAP FIORE
$940,000.00
$839,780.06
$100,219.94
Louisiana
No
n/a
Road Home Legal Services
FRILOT LLC
$1,367,500.00
$716,722.51
$650,777.49
Louisiana
No
n/a
Road Home Legal Services
SHOWS, CALI, BERTHELOT & WALSH LLP
$870,000.00
$102,758.65
$767,241.35
Louisiana
No
E. Wade Shows
Road Home Legal Services
WATT, TIEDER, HOFFAR & FITZGERALD LLP
$40,000.00
$25,484.55
$14,515.45 1 (part time)
Washington DC
No
Robert Watt
Building Leases
FGS BUILDING VENTURE LLC
$2,903,422.99
$1,755,620.00
$1,147,802.99
Louisiana
Building Leases
MIE PROPERTIES-LA LLC
$1,358,296.59
$476,125.59
$882,171.00
Louisiana
No
Lawrence F. Maykrantz
TOTAL CDBG HOUSING
$165,253,517.00
$51,628,292.86
$113,625,224.14
*CGI has two contracts totalling $72.5M that are divided between Administration, Road Home, Small Rental, HMGP and Gustav-Ike for global IT services.
CDBG Infrastructure Prog rams
Program Name
Vendor Name/Contracting Agency
Allocation
Total Expended as of 4-
30-2012
Balance
Contract
Employees
Corporate Base
Minority
Owned
CEO
Infrastructure Program Delivery
ENVIRON INTERNATIONAL CORP
$2,400,000.00
$543,327.00
$1,856,673.00
Washington DC
No
Joseph Highland, Ph.D.
Infrastructure Program Delivery
FISHMAN,HAYGOOD,PHELPS
WALMSLEY,WILLIS & SWANSON LLP
$85,000.00
$36,350.49
$48,649.51 2 (part time)
Louisiana
No
n/a
Infrastructure Program Delivery
HUNT GUILLOT
$8,439,799.00
$4,784,572.00
$3,655,227.00
Louisiana
No
Alexander T. Hunt, III
TOTAL CDBG INFRASTRUCTURE
$10,924,799.00
$5,364,249.49
$5,560,549.51
 
CDBG Administration and Technical Assistance
Program Name
Vendor Name/Contracting Agency
Allocation
Total Expended as of 4-
30-2012
Balance
Contract
Employees
Corporate Base
Minority
Owned
CEO
Administration
CGI TECHNOLOGIES & SOLUTIONS*
$2,523,221.00
$789,468.42
$1,733,752.58
Virginia
No
Alfred Mockett
Administration
COVALENT LOGIC
$2,250.00
$1,050.00
$1,200.00
Louisiana
No
Stafford Kendall
Administration
GORDON, ARATA, McCOLLAM, DUPLANTIS &
EAGAN LLP
$100,000.00
$98,061.00
$1,939.00
Louisiana
No
n/a
Administration
HUNT GUILLOT
$7,115,445.00
$0.00
$7,115,445.00
Louisiana
No
Alexander T. Hunt, III
Administration
LA SERVICES NETWORK DATA CONSORTIUM
$400,000.00
$265,560.59
$134,439.41
Administration
REZNICK GROUP PC
$2,000,000.00
$559,713.25
$1,440,286.75
Maryland
No
Kenneth Baggett, CPA
Administration
SALVAGGIO, TEAL & ASSOCIATES
$1,400,000.00
$584,230.00
$815,770.00
Texas
No
Mitt Salvaggio
Administration
SHAW ENGINEERING
$13,118,111.00
$3,243,379.85
$9,874,731.15
Louisiana
No
Jim Bernhard
Administration
SOUTHEAST LA FLOOD PROTECTION
AUTHORITY
$500,000.00
$295,646.22
$204,353.78
Administration
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE COLLABORATIVE INC
$116,509.50
$90,293.86
$26,215.64
Massachusetts
No
Stephen Day
Administration
TEMBUA
$10,000.00
$2,391.83
$7,608.17
Minnesota
No
Patricia May
TOTAL CDBG ADMIN & TA
$27,285,536.50
$5,929,795.02
$21,355,741.48
*CGI has two contracts totalling $72.5M that are divided between Administration, Road Home, Small Rental, HMGP and Gustav-Ike for global IT services .
TOTAL CDBG CONTRACTS
$203,463,852.50
$62,922,337.37
$140,541,515.13
Alternative Housing Pilot Program (Katrina Cottages)
Program Name
Vendor Name/Contracting Agency
Allocation
Total Expended as of 4-
30-2012
Balance
Contract
Employees
Corporate Base
Minority
Owned
CEO
Katrina Cottages
CYPRESS REALTY PARTNERS LLC
$66,326,013.00
$66,025,147.85
$300,865.15
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Washington DC
No
Patrick Cave, Ben Dupuy &
William Smith
Katrina Cottages
DECUIR CLARK & ADAMS LLP
$125,000.00
$115,837.84
$9,162.16 1 (part time)
Louisiana
Yes
Winston Decuir, Sr.
Katrina Cottages
GRACE & HEBERT ARCHITECTS APAC
$587,304.24
$526,981.85
$60,322.39
Louisiana
No
Gerald Hebert, AIA, NCARB
Katrina Cottages
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF NEW ORLEANS
(HANO)
$540,000.00
$0.00
$540,000.00
Katrina Cottages
NEW ORLEANS REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
(NORA)
$143,000.00
$0.00
$143,000.00
Katrina Cottages
PROJECT BUILD A FUTURE INC*
$1,305,399.00
$1,127,218.02
$178,180.98
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Louisiana
n/a
Rev. Henry Mancuso, Jr.
Katrina Cottages
PROVIDENCE COMMUNITY HOUSING
$191,200.00
$191,200.00
$0.00
Louisiana
n/a
Terri North
Katrina Cottages
THE RESOURCE FOUNDATION INC
$2,072,584.66
$1,722,621.61
$349,963.05
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Louisiana
No
E.D. Latimer, IV
TOTAL AHPP CONTRACTS
$71,290,500.90
$69,709,007.17
$1,581,493.73
*The state's contract with Project Build a Future was renegotiated and the allocated amount increased from $931,462 to $1,305,399.
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
Program Name
Vendor Name/Contracting Agency
Allocation
Total Expended as of 4-
30-2012
Balance
Contract
Employees
Corporate Base
Minority
Owned
CEO
HMGP Admin/Support Services
CGI TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS INC* **
$2,697,527.00
$2,168,666.25
$528,860.75
Virginia
No
Alfred Mockett
HMGP Building Lease
FGS BUILDING VENTURE LLC
$2,633,430.00
$445,584.92
$2,187,845.08
Louisiana
HMGP IT Services
SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL
$89,735.00
$89,735.00
$0.00
Louisiana
No
Jim Bernhard
HMGP Supplemental Staffing
SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL INC
$66,000,000.00
$56,654,920.80
$9,345,079.20
124
Louisiana
No
Jim Bernhard
TOTAL HMGP CONTRACTS
$71,420,692.00
$59,358,906.97
$12,061,785.03
*CGI has two contracts totalling $72.5M that are divided between Administration, Road Home, Small Rental, HMGP and Gustav-Ike for global IT services.
TOTAL ALL CONTRACTS
$346,175,045.40
$191,990,251.51
$154,184,793.89
Select Committee on Hurricane Recovery
Program Information/Updates
May 15, 2012
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Disaster Expenditures
• Louisiana has expended 89% of Katrina/Rita
grants, which is above the overall national
average of 86% for HUD K/R disaster grants
• Just reached $250 million , or nearly 25%
expended, for Gustav/Ike grants
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Just reached $250 million or nearly 25%
Housing Programs
Homeowners Assistance
(Road Home)
128,792 homeowners have
received $8 94 billion
Including $937.6 million for
elevations
• 7,779 units have been restored
or created in 4,271 properties
• Includes 6,842 affordable units
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Piggyback
Katrina/Rita
Total Projects Awarded:
58
Projects Completed:
50
Units Completed:
6,405
Gustav/Ike
Total Projects Awarded:
12
Projects Completed:
4
Units Completed:
164
as of Apr. 24, 2012
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received $8.94 billion
Small Rental
• 7 779 units have been restored
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FEMA Trailer Deactivation
OCD-DRU worked jointly with local governments and FEMA to create
a stable and permanent housing plan for each family
Through the state s Short Term Assistance and Rental Services
program , families received rental assistance as they transitioned out
of the FEMA trailer
Katrina/Rita
1,213 trailers in the state as of Jan. 2010
The last trailer was removed in Feb. 2012
Gustav/Ike
436 trailers in the state as of Jan. 2010
One trailer left in Terrebonne Parish
o Scheduled to be removed by May 31
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Housing
New Orleans Housing
Conference – April 26
Participated in a panel with
o Jeff Hebert with NORA
o Brian Lawlor, Housing Policy
Director for the City of
New Orleans
o Brad Sweazy with LHC
Focus of panel was Housing and Community Development Priorities and
Programs in New Orleans
Highlighted the cooperation between city and state officials, and private and
public partners, to ensure the best outcomes for citizens
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Through the state’s Short Term Assistance and Rental Services
Participated in a panel with
Infrastructure
Long Term Community Recovery
198 approved projects
• Totaling more than $699.2 million
$290.7 million disbursed as of Apr. 30, 2012
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Infrastructure
Primary and Secondary Education
75 approved projects
• Totaling more than $243.7 million
$131.9 million disbursed as of Apr. 30, 2012
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4
 
Infrastructure
Local Government Infrastructure
35 approved projects
• Totaling approximately $163.9 million (91.4% of $179 million allocation)
$75.5 million disbursed as of Apr. 30, 2012
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Infrastructure
Fisheries
Infrastructure
23 approved projects
• Totaling approximately
$26.5 million
$8.3 million disbursed
as of Apr. 30, 2012
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$8 3 million disbursed
Economic Development
Program
Allocated
Expended
Louisiana Bridge Loan
$6,563,641
$6,132,087
Small Firm Recovery Grant 
and Loan
$165,763,972 $164,302,163
Project‐Based Recovery 
Opportunity (PROP)*
$35,250,257
$8,939,356
Innovation Loan and 
Technical Assistance**
$8,000,000
$361,272
Technical Assistance to Small 
Firms
$9,977,793
$9,839,634
Recovery Workforce Training
$37,066,152
$37,066,152
Louisiana Tour i sm Marketing  $28,500,000
$28,425,066
Research Commercialization 
& Educational Enhancement
$28,500,000
$26,211,009
Total $319,621,815 $282,771,593
*Program initiated in 2010
**Program initiated in 2010; combines Katrina/Rita & Gustav/Ike
recovery funds
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Gustav and Ike Recovery
Parish Recovery Program
as of 4/30/12
Within 53 parishes:
o 222 infrastructure, housing and economic development projects
o $539 million obligated
o $61.7 million expended
The Town of Iowa
received $267,100
to purchase a fire
truck through
Calcasieu Parish’s
allocation of
disaster recovery
funds.
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Gustav and Ike Recovery
State-Implemented Programs
Allocation
Affordable Housing
$122,282,672
Agriculture
$59,766,594
Coastal Communities Recovery
$30,398,297
Comprehensive Resiliency
$13,300,000
Economic Development and Growth Infrastructure
$80,000,000
Economic Revitalization and Innovation
$57,232,433
Fisheries
$34,971,179
Interoperable Communications
$17,099,040
Municipal Infrastructure
$35,000,000
Nonprofit Homeowner Rehabilitation
$5,000,000
State Cost-Share Reserves
$20,000,000
Administration, Planning & Technical Assistance
$55,636,234
Total
$530,686,449
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Municipalities Infrastructure Program
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State-Implemented Programs
Comprehensive Resiliency - $10 million
Pilot Program
39 projects
j t
• Funds for planning projects were awarded to the following
communities:
Alexandria
Baker
Gretna
Hammond
New Orleans
Opelousas
p
Pineville
Plaquemine
Scott
Slidell
Walker
Baton Rouge
Breaux Bridge
Central
Church Point
Covington
Kenner
Lafayette
Livingston
Monroe
Morgan City
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Comprehensive Resiliency Program
Vision for the Program
Funds distributed to communities and parishes
Dl f
o Develop forward-thinking land use plans
dthi ki l d
l
o Reduce the risk of future damage to communities
o Guide development, infrastructure and non-structural
mitigation practices
Pilot projects are intended to
o Develop innovative strategies in resiliency planning
o Be shared with communities throughout the state
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Resiliency Assistance Program
Resiliency Assistance Program
LSU’s Coastal Sustainability Studio
• Develop best practices in planning for resiliency in the state;
i l
i f
ili
i th t t
• Hold regional workshops throughout the state to assist in
Implementation;
o Will allow local governments to share their resiliency plans
and strategies and identify potential avenues of coordination
o First workshop scheduled: May 22 at Louisiana State Museum in Baton
Rouge, “Building Statewide Networks”
• Create a series of webinars on specific, implementable strategies that
other communities can integrate into their plans.
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http://www.doa.louisiana.gov/CDBG/
http://www.road2la.org
http://www.mitigatela.org
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