The prioritization assistance to households with incomes less than 50% of area median income and to households with one or more members who have been unemployed for at least 90 days was established in the PPM and automated in the online application system, OSCARSS. The system assigns a priority level to each applicant based on the information submitted in the application. Documentation is required to show the percentage of AMI, unemployment length, or proof of housing instability. Applications with a higher priority are reviewed first, on a daily basis. The timely processing of priority status applications is monitored on an ongoing basis. Reviewers are able to see the prioritized applications in their queues to process. Reports are run frequently, providing program managers a tool to ensure the applications with the highest priority are being processed first.