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Recommendation for Executive Action 38
Agency Comments and Our Evaluation 39
Appendix I Scope and Methodology 44
Appendix II Comments from the Department of Health and
Human Services 46
Appendix III Comments from the Department of Housing and
Urban Development 51
Appendix IV GAO Contact and Staff Acknowledgments 53
Table 1: Typology of Definitions of "Homelessness" among Federal
Agencies with Targeted Homeless Assistance Programs, as
of July 2010
Table 2: Rural Funding within HUD's CoC Programs, Based on
Grant Applicant Reporting as Rural or Not
Table 3: Urban and Rural Fiscal Year Funding for VA's Capital
Grant Awards for the Grant and Per Diem Program Based
on Grant Applicant Reporting as Rural or Not
Table 4: Possible Needs of the Homeless Population and Potential
Corresponding Barriers in Rural Areas
Table 5: Examples of Supportive Services That Federal Agencies,
Excluding HUD, Can Provide to Persons Experiencing
GAO-10-724 Rural Homelessness
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