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PUBLIC LAW 101-645—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 4681 "(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish selection criteria for assistance under this subsection, which shall principally take into account— "(A) the extent to which the proposed activities meet urgent needs of homeless persons that are not being met by available public and private sources; "(B) the extent to which the area in which the proposed activities are to be carried out is an area with an unusually high incidence of homelessness; and "(C) the extent to which such area is not being served by current programs to assist homeless persons. "(2) ADDITIONAL CRITERIA.— Selection criteria established by the Secretary shall also take into account— "(A) the extent to which the proposed activities would make available as housing for homeless persons property owned by the Federal Government, a State, a unit of general local government, or other public entity, including in rem property, public buildings, and public land; "(B) the extent to which the proposed activities would be carried out in a jurisdiction that has demonstrated exemplary coordination among State and local Eigencies administering housing, child welfare, and public assistance activities; "(C) the extent to which the applicant has demonstrated the capacity to carry out the proposed activities; and "(D) such other factors as the Secretary determines to be appropriate to ensure that funds made available under this section are used effectively. "(e) SPECIAL RULES FOR SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE FOR FACILITIES To ASSIST THE HOMELESS. — "(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may not provide assistance under subsection (b)(3) unless the Secretary determines that— "(A) the applicant has made reasonable efforts to utilize all available local resources and resources available under the other provisions of this title; and "(B) other resources are not sufficient or are not available to carry out the purpose for which the assistance is being sought. No assistance provided under subsection (b)(3) may be used to supplant any non-Federal resources provided with respect to any project. (2) HEALTH SERVICES. — Not more than $10,000 of any grant or advance under subsection (b)(3) may be used for outpatient health services (excluding the cost of any rehabilitation or conversion of a structure to accommodate the provision of such services). "(3) GuiDEUNES. —The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall jointly establish guidelines for determining under this section the appropriateness of proposed outpatient health services. Such guidelines shall include such provisions as are necessary to enable the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to meet the time limits under this section for the final selection of applications for assistance. "SEC. 406. RESPONSIBILITIES OF GRANTEES AND PROJECT SPONSORS. "(a) MATCHING REQUIREMENTS. —