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HUD Sends Letter Confirming Operating Fund Proration

Earlier today, HUD sent a letter explaining Public Housing Operating Fund obligations for June. In June, HUD is increasing the proration for the Operating Fund from 85 percent to a… 168 more words

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FY 2018 President's Proposed Budget: Some HCV Thoughts

The following post is meant to offer a few thoughts on the treatment of the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program in the FY 2018 President’s proposed budget. 512 more words

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FY 2018 Proposed Budget: Process and In-Depth Analysis

The Administration’s budget proposal, released on May 23, is the first step in a months-long journey. Now that the Administration has released its recommendations, this Direct News will provide in-depth coverage of how it would affect the Community Development, Section 8 and Public Housing programs administered by HUD. 221 more words

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President Officially Releases FY 18 Budget Proposal, Slashes Housing and CD Spending

The President’s FY 2018 budget request was officially released today.

The proposal, which largely mirrors the budget preview released in March makes steep cuts to housing and community development programs, slashing the overall HUD budget by $6 billion. 515 more words

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NAHRO attends meeting at HUD on the HCV Program

On May 10, NAHRO staff, along with other industry and advocacy groups, attended a meeting at HUD at which the current state of the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program was discussed. 366 more words

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HUD Issues Waiver for a Citizen Participation Requirement in CPD Programs

On May 10, HUD’s Office of Community Planing and Development (CPD) issued a waiver that concerns the 30-day public comment standard for CPD formula grantees submitting their FY 2017 consolidated plan or action plan to HUD. 108 more words

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President Signs FY 2017 HUD Spending Bill

After seven months and three continuing resolutions, Congress on Thursday finally approved, and the President on Friday signed, an omnibus spending bill of all 11 remaining appropriations bills, including Transportation, Housing and Urban Development. 575 more words

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