Operating Fund

PIH Notice 2012-30: Public Housing Operating Subsidy Eligibility Calculations for Calendar Year 2013

Summary:  HUD's Notice (PIH Notice 2012-30) provides public housing agencies (PHAs) with instructions for the calculation of operating subsidy eligibility in Calendar Year (CY) 2013 in anticipation of Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2013 appropriations. It also informs PHAs that in an effort to reduce their reporting burdens HUD will use information in its systems of record to determine operating subsidy eligibility. HUD is committed to providing eligibility information to PHAs prior to the start of CY 2013.

Date of Publication:  June 22, 2012

The Latest from Washington

The latest edition of the NAHRO Monitor is now available online. Be sure to check out HUD Publishes Guidance on Eligible Uses of Operating Fund and Voucher Program Information to Help PHAs Begin CY 2012.

On Monday, January 30, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan announced new regulations intended to ensure open public housing to all eligible persons, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Afternoon Review

On November 14, House and Senate appropriators reached agreement on a “minibus” appropriations measure (H.R. 2112) that includes FY 2012 funding for HUD programs. The conference report addresses the Public Housing Operating Fund, Public Housing Capital Fund, HOPE VI, Section 8 tenant-based and project-based programs, as well as HUD’s community development and affordable housing programs.

PIH 2011-55: Public Housing Operating Subsidy Calculations for Calendar Year 2012

Summary:  This notice provides public housing agencies (PHAs) with instructions for operating subsidy calculation submissions in Calendar Year (CY) 2012 as funded from Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2012 appropriations. It also informs PHAs that in an effort to reduce their reporting burdens HUD will use information in its systems of record to determine operating subsidy eligibility. HUD is committed to providing eligibility information to PHAs prior to the start of CY2012.

Operating Reserves Offset, Executive Compensation Updates

NAHRO members:  Be sure to check out our August 30 Direct News item, which provides updates on the administration's operating reserves offset proposal as well as HUD's initiative to collect PHA compensation information.  

Summer Conference: Thursday, July 28, 2011

Today marks the start of the 2011 NAHRO Summer Conference in Louisville, KY. The day kicked off with featured speaker, Judge Greg Mathis—famous television personality and Civil Rights activist.  Day one of the Conference will be busy for attendees with 12 sessions planned throughout the morning and afternoon. 

Be sure to catch the latest updates on the Administration’s Operating Reserves Offset Proposal from 10:15-11:45 a.m.

The Morning Flash

Attention NAHRO members! The Subcommittee markup of the T-HUD bill initially scheduled for July 14 has been postponed. As a result, NAHRO’s national call-in day (originally scheduled for today) will also be postponed.  In the meantime, please continue to reach out to your members of Congress and tell them about the importance of affordable housing and community development programs in your community.

Don’t forget: This summer, anyone who registers for a NAHRO seminar will be eligible to win an iPod Shuffle!

The Latest From Washington

On June 30, HUD announced a revised version of the Notice of Disclosure form that describesthe rights of active duty military personnel and their dependents who are protected under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).

Update from Washington

Attention NAHRO members! NAHRO, along with others, will testify tomorrow before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Insurance, Housing and Community Opportunity.  The hearing will focus on a recently released discussion draft of the ‘‘Section 8 Savings Act of 2011,” which makes reforms to the Housing Choice Voucher Program.

Update from Washington

Update from Washington

Secretary Shaun Donovan knows the HOME Investment Partnership Program well.  In a new op-ed piece, the Secretary explains what the WashingtonPost got wrong in its investigative report.

Attention NAHRO Members!