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Government shutdown: What you need to know

Posted by BEMuser on Oct 1, 2013 9:23:24 AM

Many PHAs are asking, "What does the shutdown mean to our agency and the families we serve?" Yesterday, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) posted a 67-page contingency plan which provides some guidance to PHAs on the impacts of a lapse in appropriations due to the federal government shutdown.

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Topics: Appropriations, EIV, Government Shutdown, IMS/PIC, LOCCS, RAD, VMS

Meet me in San Diego

Posted by NMA on Aug 14, 2013 11:45:58 AM

John McKayI think we can all agree that the past year has been one of the most challenging in recent memory. Up until the last moment, many of us didn't really think that sequestration would go through. But it did, and our nation's housing authorities rose to the test.

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Topics: EIV, IMS/PIC, NMA Performance Portal, Rent Reasonableness, Sequestration, Sustainable Communities, The Housing Conference, VMS

Join NMA for our national housing conference in San Diego

Posted by NMA on Mar 12, 2013 10:10:44 AM

Registration for the first-ever NMA Housing Conference is now open, and session information has been announced.

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Topics: Blended Occupancy, Capital Fund, EIV, Executive Management, Fair Housing, FASS-PH, IMS/PIC, Mixed Financing, Program Management, RAD, Rent Reasonableness, Sequestration, Sustainable Communities, The Housing Conference, VMS

Achieving high performance in the HCV program: Tip #13

Posted by NMA on Jan 31, 2013 9:19:34 AM

Tip #13: Ensure effective program utilization.

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Topics: Compliance Assessments, Executive Management, Financial Management, HCV utilization, Onsite Lease-Up, Program Management, SEMAP, Supervision, VMS

How to maximize your agency's HCV performance rating: Tip #1

Posted by NMA on Jun 28, 2012 11:03:33 AM

Teri RobertsonThe Section Eight Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) is HUD's method for assigning objective ratings to public housing agencies (PHAs). Most PHAs are scored under SEMAP every year (small, non-troubled agencies are scored every two years).

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