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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508


STRATEGIES • Promise Zones build on the Administration’s neighborhood revitalization work by accelerating the progress of high-poverty communities whose stakeholders have joined in a collaborative strategy with a shared commitment to results. These communities will create jobs, increase economic activity, reduce serious and violent crime, and improve educational opportunities to develop communities that serve as launching pads for their residents, as opposed to traps where poor conditions and isolation undermine the potential for success. • Choice Neighborhoods grants support locally driven strategies to address struggling neighborhoods with distressed public or HUD-assisted housing through a comprehensive approach to neighborhood transformation. Local leaders, residents, and stakeholders, such as public housing authorities, cities, schools, police, business owners, nonprofits, and private developers, come together to create and implement a plan that transforms distressed HUD housing and addresses the challenges in the surrounding neighborhood. The program is designed to catalyze critical improvements in neighborhood assets, including vacant property, housing, services, and schools. • Strong Cities, Strong Communities (SC2) addresses the issue of reduced municipal capacity, which makes it more difficult for community leaders to invest existing federal funds to their maximum potential in economic revitalization strategies. The capacity of cities and counties represents a crucial opportunity for federal intervention because local governments receive direct allocations of formula grant funding and their elected leadership often exerts substantial influence on the governance of other local bodies receiving important grant allocations. Poor municipal capacity not only affects the quality and function of federally-funded services that contribute to a community’s ability to attract investment and to create access to opportunity for its residents, but also limits the quality and feasibility of locally-driven revitalization strategies. SC2 directly supports local leaders in creating a solid foundation for economic growth by addressing these areas. Beginning in FY2014, the National Resource Network, a consortium of private sector, non-profit, and academic experts, expanded the SC2 model and will reach many additional communities with on-the-ground expert advice and remote coaching. • The Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) provides planning grants, technical assistance and support for implementation projects to regional organizations and municipalities to plan infrastructure and housing investments in such a way that they channel growth, reduce transportation inefficiencies, and promote environmental quality. HUD’s Office of Economic Resilience administers these SCI grants, which engage stakeholders and leverage public and private investments to make neighborhoods more prosperous, enhance economic competitiveness and resilience, and save households and businesses time and money on transportation. These grants are a key element of the HUD-DOT-EPA Partnership for Sustainable Communities. • Community Needs Assessments provide the forum to solve locally identified issues, locally driven community goals; focus resources on issue resolution; and provide a venue for increased collaboration across HUD’s programs, with other federal agencies, and with local partners to deploy resources and expertise. The goal of these assessments is to build a stronger relationship with the communities we serve, strengthen HUD’s presence with our stakeholders 112 Retrospective: FY 2014-2015 Agency Priority Goal Green and Healthy Homes

and facilitate the exchange of ideas in order to optimize collaboration and leverage federal resources with those being provided in the community. LEADING THIS OBJECTIVE Harriet Tregoning Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Office of Community Planning & Development Valerie Piper Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Development Office of Community Planning & Development Danielle Arigoni Acting Director Office of Economic Resilience Patrick Pontius Executive Director White House Council on Strong Cities, Strong Communities Mary McBride Assistant Deputy Secretary Office of Field Policy & Management FY14 APG PROGRESS UPDATE HUD’s Community Development initiatives begin tracking performance indicators for FY 2015. While HUD is on track to achieve many of its critical management milestones, we remain committed to developing and refining metrics for measuring success. The Department hopes to provide additional outcome-focused performance indicators based upon the results and lessons learned from this current data reporting period. MAJOR MILESTONES • Promise Zones 3/31/2015 Announce Second Round of Promise Zone designations. During the Second Round, HUD/USDA will announce at least 8 Promise Zone designations. Achieved as of this publication. 9/30/2015 Deepen placed based professional development for Promise Zone staff. Work with other Placed Based Initiatives and interagency partners to develop professional development opportunities for staff. Retrospective: FY 2014-2015 Agency Priority Goal Green and Healthy Homes 113

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