With an exceptional knowledge of HUD regulations and longstanding expertise in providing a wide range of technical assistance, management training, and on-site expertise, NMA senior trainer and consultant Cydney Jones recently headed operations for NMA’s contract with one of the largest public housing authorities in the country.
With nearly four decades of affordable housing experience, Janice Stewart is regarded as one of the industry’s most knowledgeable and charismatic leaders. She is an accomplished operation executive with exceptional knowledge of administration and operation of all aspects of the HCV program, including MTW, FSS, Homeownership, Family Unification, PBV, RAD PBV, Welfare to Work, Mainstream Disability and Mobility Counseling. Janice has implemented some of the industry’s most innovative programs, including Owner Excellence Programs and many more. Cydney and Janice will be presenting the following session at the The Housing Conference in Boston, MA on August 21-22, 2017.
Best Practices for Program Success
PBV and RAD PBV
Cydney Jones, Senior Consultant and Trainer, NMA
Janice Stewart, Trainer and Consultant, NMA
The project-based voucher (PBV) program is growing by leaps and bounds due to the implementation of the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, and so is HUD’s spotlight on these new programs. During this session, our expert trainers will discuss the best ways to manage your PBV program for maximum effectiveness and compliance. Within the last year there have been many changes to the PBV program due to the implementation of the Housing Opportunities Through Modernization Act (HOTMA). Knowing these changes and how they affect your program is paramount to fully maximizing the PBV units under contract and having a compliant program. Let us help you avoid the pitfalls of RAD PBV by sharing some of the industry “do’s” and “don’ts” in the PBV world.
The Housing Conference, presented by NMA, will spotlight three tracks: an executive track, a regulatory track, and a best practices track. Go here to view a list of the session descriptions that have been published so far.