PBCA NOFA STATUS UPDATE– June 23, 2014
On March 25, 2014, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled in favor of the protesters in the PBCA litigation. HUD and the Department of Justice reviewed options, and then made a determination to request a 45 day extension, until June 23, 2014, to file any petition for rehearing.
As of June 23, 2014, HUD and the Department of Justice received an approval from the Solicitor General to file a petition for rehearing. That petition will be filed today.
NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABLITY (NOFA) for the Performance-Based Contract Administrator (PBCA) Program for the Administration of Project-Based Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments Contracts
NOTE: The number of Project-Based Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) contracts assigned to PBCAs changes periodically as contracts are transferred from Traditional Contract Administrators (TCAs) to PBCAs, contracts are transferred from HUD to PBCAs, or contracts are transferred from PBCAs to HUD. The number active PBCA assigned Section 8 Contracts listed below may change prior to the execution of the ACC.
The management and occupancy review (MOR) requirements under Performance Based Task #1 in Exhibit A, Section 3.1, of the ACC has changed. MORs are required only for projects with an Unsatisfactory, Below Average, and Satisfactory rating assigned to the last review under the Risk Based MOR approach. No MORs will be conducted for projects with an Above Average and Superior rating assigned to the last review during either 12-month period of the ACC Term. MORsare required for all Mark-to-Market projects without regard to the rating assigned to the last review.
- MOR Ratings for Projects (Excel) (sorted by state, this list does include Mark-to-Market Projects: Options 1, 2, 3a and 4) Updated June 4, 2012. The following States have been updated: DE, NC, NJ, PA, SC and WV
- Mark-to-Market Projects (Excel)(sorted by state: Options 3b) Updated June 4, 2012. The following States have been updated: DE, NC, NJ, PA, SC and WV
State Attorney General Letters
Proposed Administrative Fee Percentages All Applicants under Invitation 2011 (PDF)