The Continuum Governing Board (known as the Blueprint Council) is the body that makes recommendations to the full Continuum and acts as the day-to-day decision-making group. It is the designated entity for managing the CoC Program process in Indianapolis, including ranking of proposals for submission to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development under the annual NOFA. The Blueprint Council designs, coordinates, and reviews the HUD CoC grant application process for the Continuum, which includes defining community priorities and ranking CoC Program applications for approval through the CoC Program Grantee. The Blueprint Council will operate with no fewer than 13 nor more than 26 members with at least 50% elected at any given time (subject to change with the creation or elimination of a standing committee as outlined in Section IV.A. in the Governance Charter).