We were recently selected by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a technical assistance (TA) provider for the Distressed Cities and Persistent Poverty Technical Assistance (DCTA) program.

The DCTA program is designed to improve fiscal health and build administrative capacity of relatively small units of general local government and their nonprofit partners in places experiencing persistent poverty and economic distress.

As part of this program, Enterprise will:

  1. Assess the capacity needs of the local government and its nonprofit partners.
  2. Provide technical assistance to address the capacity needs identified in the assessment.

We are assembling a strong bench of consultants with diverse expertise including financial management; governance in smaller local governments; cross-sector partnerships; data identification, collection and analysis; project planning, implementation and monitoring; participating in federal, state and local programs; inclusive community engagement; new construction and rehabilitation; economic revitalization and development; and disaster recovery and resilience.

Whether you've worked with Enterprise before or not, we welcome and will consider all applicants. We will review applications on a rolling basis throughout the three-year program.

Request for Qualifications