December 2, 2003|
GAO study examines
QHWRA's effects on PHAs
The United States General Accounting Office released a study yesterday that examines effects the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act has had on public housing authorities since its passage in 1998. The study was conducted at the request of the Senate's Ranking Minority Member of the Subcommittee on Housing and Transportation (Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs).
GAO's study compares PHAs by size in terms of:
The entire 73-page study may be downloaded as a PDF file by clicking here. PHADA will analyze the study in further depth in upcoming editions of the Advocate.
- the impact of recent housing reforms on their ability to administer HUD programs,
- the agencies' performance as measured by HUD, and
- the differences in the technical assistance that the agencies require.