HUD’s Office of Field Policy and Management is also managing towards the future. It is closing 16 of its 80 field offices this year in a cost-cutting move that will save the agency between $110 and $150 million over a 10-year period. The closures, which are expected to be completed early in fiscal year 2014, will affect approximately 120 employees.
The small offices that are closing are located in Camden, New Jersey; Syracuse, New York; Orlando, Florida; Tampa, Florida; Springfield, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Flint, Michigan; Grand Rapids; Michigan; Shreveport, Louisiana; Dallas, Texas; Lubbock, Texas; Tucson, Arizona; Fresno, California, Sacramento; California; San Diego, California and Spokane, Washington. HUD will retain at least one office in each state. Following the closures, several affected states will still retain more than one office, including California, Texas and New York with three offices each, and Florida and Ohio with two each.
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