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Economic Resilience
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Moving to the Next Level: Increasing Energy Efficiency in Affordable Housing

A Report to Congress takes a close look at HUD s actions to promote energy efficiency and green building in affordable housing
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President Obama Announces Clean Energy Savings for All Americans Initiative

New Catalytic Goal for Low and Moderate-Income Families and FHA Guidance for PACE Financing
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Get the Facts: Financing Infrastructure
Climate resilience and green design open up new ways of funding high-performing infrastructure
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Building an Interagency Community of Practice

Federal agencies are stepping up efforts to become a better partner to local leaders
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[Photo: Award Winners with Deputy Secretary Nani Coloretti.]
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SCI Partners Honored with HUD Secretary's Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnerships


Baltimore and New River Valley recognized for SCI collaborations
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Creating Stronger Communities
HUD's National Disaster Resilience Competition is helping communities to become more resilient against the realities of climate change.
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What We Do

The Office of Economic Resilience (OER) helps communities and regions build diverse, prosperous, resilient economies. OER manages a cross-cutting portfolio of work broadly organized in three primary topic areas as shown below: Resilience, Place-Based, and Energy Efficiency and Green Building. Many of our programs span more than one issue and support inter-agency collaboration.