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Resources and Links

Helpful Sites

Below are links to related sites on PIH and HUD grants and funding opportunities:

HUD - General

 -   HUDClips
A searchable database of official policies, notices, documents and forms.
 -   Funds Available
Includes NOFA and SuperNOFA announcements, deadline dates, and application forms.

PIH - Specific

 -   Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH)
PIH is responsible for administering and managing a range of programs authorized and funded by Congress under the basic provisions of the U.S. Housing, Act of 1937. The Act created the public and Indian housing program, which now provides affordable housing to over 1.3 million households nationwide.
 -   Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency (ROSS)
Information on ROSS-Family/Homeownership, ROSS-Elderly/Persons with Disabilities, Neighborhood Networks, and Public Housing Family Self-Sufficiency programs.
 -   HOPE VI Grant Administration
Information on administrative requirements, financial guidance, and environmental review requirements.
 -   Special Applications Center
Reviews, processes, and approves non-funded, noncompetitive applications related to Demolition/Disposition, Designated Housing, Eminent Domain, Homeownership, and Section 202 Mandatory Conversion.


Choice Neighborhoods
Choice Neighborhoods grants transform distressed neighborhoods and public and assisted projects into viable and sustainable mixed-income neighborhoods by linking housing improvements with appropriate services, schools, public assets, transportation, and access to jobs.


Office of Housing Choice Vouchers
Financial Managment Center (FMC): delivers high quality financial management services to external and internal customers, to provide exceptional accountability for program funds, to resolve material weaknesses in the financial administration of the Section 8 housing assistance programs, and to facilitate the successful provision of decent, safe and sanitary housing to eligible program recipients through prudent and timely administration of funds. 

Financial Managment Division (FMD): coordinates and manages funding and financial management activities for the housing voucher and moderate rehabilitation programs. FMD has specific responsibility for budget formulation, resource allocation, and funds control.

Management and Operations Division (MOD): develops and supplies training and technical assistance, and produce regulations and guidance for monitoring and improving the delivery of public housing voucher programs.

Program Support Division (PSD): Provides Systems, Financial and Statistical Analysis, and Support to the Housing Choice Voucher Program Management and its Divisions.

Quality Assurance Division (QAD): improves the management performance level, accountability, and data reporting of local public housing agencies participating in the Department's voucher rental assistance and homeownership programs and to maximize the cost and management effectiveness and efficiency of the programs.