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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508

HUD’s mission is to

HUD’s mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality, affordable homes for all. Our vision is to improve lives and strengthen communities to deliver on America’s dreams. Therefore, we pledge— For our Residents: We will improve lives by creating affordable homes in safe, healthy communities of opportunity, and by protecting the rights and affirming the values of a diverse society. For our Partners: We will be a flexible, reliable problem solver and source of innovation. For our Employees: We will be a great place to work, where employees are valued, mission driven, results oriented, innovative, and collaborative. For the Public: We will be a good neighbor, building inclusive and sustainable communities that create value and investing public money responsibly to deliver results that matter. 12 Section One: Agency and Mission

Introduction This Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Annual Performance Report (APR) and FY 2016 Annual Performance Plan (APP) for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) contains the Department’s FY 2014 performance results, revisions to the FY 2015 goals originally published in the FY 2015 APP, and plans for FY 2016. This report reflects HUD’s continuing commitment to inform the American people, the Congress, its partners and employees about the mission, goals, and work the Department seeks to accomplish, as well as the ways that HUD will measure performance and implement improvements in FY 2016. HUD is a $45.3 billion agency in which approximately eighty five percent of its total budget is needed solely to renew rental assistance to 5.5 million residents of HUD-subsidized housing, including 2.17 million households assisted with Housing Choice Vouchers, and to renew existing HUD grants to homeless assistance programs. Detailed data on 4.56 1 million tenants reveals that: 56 percent are elderly or disabled, 73.6 percent are extremely low-income (below 30 percent of area median income) and an additional 20 percent are very lowincome (below 50 percent of area median income). The Department’s programs are critical to addressing the structural gap between household incomes and housing prices and the persistent unaffordability of housing. HUD plays an important role in making housing affordable through its investments in rental vouchers, public and assisted housing, and HUD-funded efforts led by states and localities. These efforts recognize that ensuring a stable supply of affordable housing in safe and quality communities enables low-income families and individuals to live healthy and productive lives. HUD is also a vehicle for advancing sustainable and inclusive growth patterns, communities of choice, energy efficiency, and community and economic development, and for enforcing fair housing, strengthening the nation’s mortgage market, as well as reducing homelessness. In carrying out its work, HUD is committed to the following core values: Accountability: We individually and collectively take responsibility for our performance and conduct. Efficiency and Effectiveness: We will maximize our resources and efforts to continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our individual and collective performance. We strive for simplicity in our lines of authority and clarity in our lines of communication and to eliminate the red tape of bureaucracy. We support a productive work environment that balances high performance with the need for healthy personal and community life. Fairness and Respect: We value each other, demonstrate compassion for those we serve, and treat others the way we would like to be treated. In respecting others, we conduct our work and administer our programs with fairness and justice, and with a commitment to civil rights, inclusion, and diversity. Integrity: We approach each other, our stakeholders, and our work with honesty and the highest ethical standards. 1 This number represents tenants for whom the Department has recently reported demographic data and should not be conflated with total tenants. Section One: Agency and Mission 13

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    Strategic Objective: Homelessness E

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    MAJOR MILESTONES 9/30/2014 Publish

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    Veterans placed in permanent housin

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    Admissions of new homeless families

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    RETROSPECTIVE: FY 2014-2015 Agency

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    Veterans placed in permanent housin

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    Impact Veterans Family Housing Cent

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    RETROSPECTIVE: FY 2014-2015 Agency

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    Strategic Objective: Economic Prosp

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    9/30/2016 Develop technical assista

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    Strategic Objective: Health and Hou

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    policy. Research by the Centers for

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    MEASURING OUR PROGRES 85 To help ac

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    Strategic Goal: Build Strong, Resil

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    Strategic Objective: Fair Housing R

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    MEASURING OUR PROGRESS To track our

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    STRATEGIES Boost Energy Efficiency

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    9/30/2015 Recruit 100 multifamily p

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    National Housing Solar Trust Strate

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    RETROSPECTIVE: FY 2014-2015 Agency

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    Total number of HUD-assisted units

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    FY14-15 APG PROGRESS UPDATE To asse

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    Strategic Objective: Disaster Resil

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    Strategic Objective: Community Deve

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    and facilitate the exchange of idea

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    6/30/2015 Begin comprehensive evalu

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    • The Sustainable Communities Ini

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    Achieving Operational Excellence Ma

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    Management Objective: Acquisitions

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    MEASURING OUR PROGRESS Standardized

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    • Ensure transparency by utilizin

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    LEADING THIS OBJECTIVE John Benison

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    LEADING THIS OBJECTIVE Joseph Hunga

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    FY14 APG PROGRESS UPDATE HUD has re

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    LEADING THIS OBJECTIVE Towanda Broo

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    Management Objective: Information M

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    MEASURING OUR PROGRESS To track our

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    FY14 APG PROGRESS UPDATE The Depart

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    SECTION Three: Additional Informati

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    through 2009. The data show substan

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    awarded vouchers to former foster y

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    Country are the same as the obstacl

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    Strategic Goal Metric Strengthen th

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    Strategic Goal Strategic Objective

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    Strategic Goal Metric Strengthen th

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    Strategic Goal Metric Meet the Need

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    Strategic Goal Metric Public and In

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    Strategic Goal Metric Office of Nat

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    Strategic Goal Metric PIH Moderate

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    Strategic Goal Metric Rental Assist

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    Strategic Goal Meet the Need for Qu

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    Strategic Goal Metric Community Pla

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    Strategic Goal Meet the Need for Qu

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    Strategic Goal Metric Meet the Need

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    Strategic Goal Metric Meet the Need

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    Strategic Goal Metric Veterans plac

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    Strategic Goal Metric Use Housing a

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    Strategic Goal Metric Use Housing a

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    Strategic Goal Metric Use Housing a

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    Strategic Goal Metric Use Housing a

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    Strategic Goal Strategic Objective

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    Strategic Goal Strategic Objective

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    Strategic Goal Metric Build Strong,

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    Section Three: Additional Informati

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