The homeless response system's primary goal is to move people from homelessness to housing quickly and efficiently. But because of scarce resources, an unintended consequence of moving towards a systemic approach to ending homelessness has been putting people on waitlists for interventions they will likely never receive. This workshop will explore dynamic system management, a prioritization process wherein all available housing resources for persons experiencing homelessness in a given community are flexible and immediately offered to the individuals who need them most acutely at that moment, regardless of whether the individuals might be better served in the future by a type of program not presently available to them.