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Small Office Project - Region 2

New York – Mirza Orriols, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Regional Administrator, announced the agency’s small office in Camden, New Jersey and Syracuse, New York will close as part of a realignment of staff resources to better support program delivery. Nationwide, HUD plans to close 16 of its 80 field offices, affecting approximately 120 employees. It is anticipated the offices will be closed by early fiscal year 2014. The moves will result in meaningful administrative savings, anywhere from $110 to $150 million in lease and operating costs over a 10 year period.

“The closure plan provides for optimal use of HUD's human capital, better results for HUD customers, and greater efficiencies for American taxpayers,” said Orriols. "Like families and businesses across the country, we cannot continue to operate like we did several decades ago. America has changed, communities have changed and we must change."

A Message from the Regional Administrator

Mirza Orriols, Regional Administrator of Region 2

Hud Transformation to the 21st Century


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