ALL Persons using CMIS/HMIS are expected to read, understand, and adhere to
- The Final Revised HMIS Data Standards; March 2010,
- The Department of Housing and Urban Development Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS); Data and Technical Standards Final Notice; Notice
- All NW Social Service Connections documentation; including but not limited to the CMIS/HMIS Policies and Procedures and the CMIS/HMIS Community Data Standards
It is the responsibility of Participants and respective users to ask for all Universal and other required data elements from each client and enter into ServicePoint in a timely manner.
We recognize that it may be difficult to obtain all UDEs for all clients entered into the CMIS/HMIS. Exceptions may include non-homeless CMIS organizations. Please contact the System Administrator for information and waiver.
|Program Type||Timely Data Entry (days)||Don't Know or Refused||Missing Data|
|Not to Exceed|
|Permanent Supportive Housing||5||5%||5%|
|Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing||5||5%||5%|
|Other: Non-Homeless/Non CoC CMIS organizations (i.e. SUN Service System)1||N/A||10%||10%|
|Other: Homeless special programs (i.e. Point in Time Counts)1||N/A||10%||10%|
|Permanent Housing (i.e. Mod Rehab SRO, Subsidized housing without services)||5||5%||5%|
|Overall System wide||5||5%||5%|
1 Data Completeness measured against data elements required by program, NOT against the HUD Universal Data Elements.