Record Series Abstract
Allocations, Applications, and Requirements for Homelessness prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program Grantees under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (HPRP)
Record Series Active
Cut Off at End of
If Other, Explain
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) files must be retained for 5 years after the program closure. This closure took place in September 2012.
Total Retention Years
Total Retention Months
Retention End Action
Records will be maintained by agency for 5 years after cut off (program closure). Records may be kept in either paper or electronic format, or both with paper records stored at State Records Center. Any paper records converted to electronic format must be verified for content, accuracy and usability prior to destruction of paper record. Records will be destroyed at the end of retention period.
404 James Robertson Parkway, Parkway Towers, office and basement file room
25 cu ft/2 gigabytes
Information Shared Outside the State
Housing and Urban Development
Yes - Original
Essential Record Stored
Paper - same location as above with electronic copy at back up center in Madison
Essential Record Media Type
Does this Record Series Contain Sensitive Information?
agency does not need to retain in house - ready for archive
Records Center Retention Period
Retention Legal Citation
24 CFR 85.42, 91.105(h), 91.115(g)
Legal Citation PDF
THDA maintains its own separate LAN/WAN infrastructure on-site at Parkway Towers, the systems are installed there on Dell servers in a VMware virtual environment. All images reside on a SQL (structured query language) back-end with the database housed on a Storage Area Network, which is replicated in real-time to the agency's DR (disaster recovery) warm-site located at S8RA Field office in Madison, TN.
Microsoft SharePoint platform using Knowledge Lake -a document imaging, document capture and workflow solution designed specifically for Microsoft SharePoint. These software systems extended the agency's existing SharePoint environment into a comprehensive ECM (enterprise content management) solution that have enabled THDA to streamline operations, maintain regulatory compliance, and move towards the ultimate goal of complete content management.
404 James Robertson parkway, Parkway Towers, Nashville, TN and the Disaster Recovery warm-site location at S8RA Field office in Madison, TN.
THDA's data protection routine consists of differential backups each Monday-Thursday, and full application and data backups performed each Friday. Two backup sets are created daily using the disk-to-disk-to-tape (D2D2T) methodology. The first backup set is stored on a SAS (serial attached scsi) direct-attached disk array (disk-to-disk) and the second is a duplication of the first set to a tape library equipped with dual LTO-5 (linear tape open) drives (disk-to-tape). The Information Technology department retains the disk-based copy for a period of one month, and the tapes are transported offsite daily by a third party, Iron Mountain. Additionally, THDA employs a one month tape rotation schedule to correspond with THDA's business processes. An end-of-month full backup set is also archived at Iron Mountain facilities for a period of 12 months.
THDA's IT division employs a Certified Business Continuity Specialist who maintains and executes the agency's Business Continuity Plan, which has been established and in place since 2008.
Data Migration Description
Overseen and conducted by THDA according to the agency's Business Continuity Plan.
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