Check out the following links for useful information on public housing, Section 8, housing laws and regulations, the public housing industry, and more.
GPO Access is a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office that provides free electronic access to the official published versions of important information products produced by the Federal Government.
Browse daily listings of publications in the federal register.
NARA is an independent Federal agency that helps preserve our nation's history by overseeing the management of all Federal records.
Documents, including regulations, are filed for public inspection at least one business day in advance of publication in the federal register. Review the public inspection list.
HUDCLIPS is a searchable online database containing the entire inventory of official HUD policies. With full text search and retrieval capabilities, you can search on any date, word, or document number and quickly retrieve relevant documents.
NAHRO is a professional membership organization comprised of housing and community development agencies and officials, including Public Housing Agencies, throughout the United States who administer a variety of affordable housing and community development programs at the local level. NAHRO's mission is to create affordable housing and safe, viable communities that enhance the quality of life for all Americans - particularly those with low and moderate incomes.
The PHADA newsletter, the Advocate, published 22 times a year, covers housing legislation, HUD rules and notices, and other pertinent issues. The Advocate includes articles that analyze housing legislation, provide summaries of bills and HUD rules and notices, as well as valuable information on the Internet, Public Housing News To Use, and special reprints of housing-related articles. Each Advocate also provides current job listings in the field of public and assisted housing.
In partnership with others in the affordable housing industry, the Housing Finance Commission develops and administers financing programs that promote home ownership, encourage community development, and make possible the production of affordable housing throughout the state. Additionally, Commission programs assist nonprofit organizations in the creation of facilities that address a broad spectrum of needs.