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New PHADA Video: FY 20 Budget Funding

Watch the Short Video Brief and Contact Your Representatives, Two Senators. Watch Now

2019 Legislative Forum

Held at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, the 2019 Legislative Forum is scheduled for September 8–10, 2019. Read More

New PHADA ACC Fact Sheet

The Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) is the document that governs HUD’s relationship with HAs. Recently, HUD has been meeting with Congressional staff to discuss its proposed new ACC. Read More





ADVOCATE – August 14, 2019

President’s Forum: Please Contact Congress Soon About Potential Funding Impacts

Before leaving for their August recess, the House and Senate adopted important legislation that will avert sequestration in the coming fiscal year and raise the overall spending caps for domestic discretionary programs in both FY 20 and 21. The bipartisan package will also help the government avoid a fiscal meltdown by raising the debt limit ceiling for the next two years. The latter provision is needed because the government has reached its maximum borrowing authority and would have been forced to drastically cut spending had Congress not acted.

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BREAKING NEWS

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HUD Publishes Description of NSPIRE Demonstration in the Federal Register

On August 21, 2019, HUD published a Notice in the Federal Register titled “ Notice of Demonstration ...

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HUD Makes Funds Available for Emergency Safety and Security Grants

On August 19, 2019, HUD issued  PIH Notice 2019-22: Emergency Safety and Security Grants Annual Fu...

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NOFA Issued for FY 19 ROSS Program

HUD has announced that up to $35 million in funding will be available through a Notice of Funding A...

Current Issues

Get the most current information on important legislation and policy issues affecting the industry.

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2019 PHADA Scholarship Program

Winners of the 2019 PHADA Scholarship Program have been announced.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Member Spotlight

Akron Metro. Housing Authority

On Wednesday, July 17, Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA) and PCs for People welcomed over 100 residents to a special device distribution event at the AMHA central office in downtown Akron. Of those attending, over 60 low-income individuals received desktop computers, laptop computers, and wireless internet hotspots. The event is the most recent effort through AMHA’s ConnectHome Akron initiative, which has been working to connect residents with life-changing access to digital technology.

 

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