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Physical Assessment Subsystem (PASS)
Technical Review and Database Adjustment
Cracked/Broken/Missing Panes (Windows – Building Exterior)
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Observable Deficiencies
Cracked/Broken/Missing Panes (Windows - Building Exterior)
Cracks/Gaps (Foundations – Building Exterior)
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Observable Deficiencies
Cracks/Gaps (Foundations - Building Exterior)
Damaged Surface (Holes/Paint/Rust/Glass)(Doors-Unit)
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Observable Deficiencies
Damaged Surface (Holes/Paint/Rust/Glass) (Doors-Unit)
Missing Sprinkler Head (Fire Protection – Building Systems)
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Observable Deficiencies
Missing Sprinkler Head (Fire Protection - Building Systems)
Tripping (Hazards – Health and Safety)
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Observable Deficiencies
Tripping (Hazards - Health and Safety)
Exposed Wires/Open Panels (Electrical Hazards - Health and Safety)
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Observable Deficiencies
Exposed Wires/Open Panels (Electrical Hazards - Health and Safety)
Missing (Outlets/Switches – Unit)
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Observable Deficiencies
Missing (Outlets/Switches - Unit)

Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) and Multifamily property owners/agents have the option to appeal a physical inspection score through two different processes: Technical Review or Database Adjustment.

In keeping with technological advances and in an effort to reduce the time in communicating the results of the technical review/database adjustments, all response(s) will be emailed to the originator of the request(s) and the primary contact listed in the inspection summary report will be copied. This is effective February 1, 2016.

This is the only change in the process. Appeal requests will still be submitted through mail.