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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508

Strategic Goal Metric

Strategic Goal Metric Use Housing as a Platform to Improve Quality of Life Percent of public housing agencies with smoke-free housing policies • Description: This metric tracks the percentage of public housing agencies that have public housing developments and that have implemented smoke-free housing policies in all or some of their public housing units • Data source: Published public housing agency notices, state public health agency data sources, news articles, and tracking summaries by smoking cessation groups • Unit of measurement: Percentage of public housing agencies with smoke-free policies • Dimension: Percent • Calculation method: Number of public housing agencies that have implemented smoke-free policies in all or some of their public housing units divided by number of public housing agencies with public housing developments • Frequency: Quarterly • Direction: Increased • Data quality (limitations/advantages of the data): Using published public housing agency notices, news articles, and tracking summaries by smoking cessation groups avoids burdening public housing agencies, but is an indirect source of data • Measurement Validation, verification, and improvement of measure: Reports are cross-checked for consistency re validation and verification; shifting to direct reporting by public housing agencies (into PIH’s New Grants Management System, as proposed) will increase the reliability and timeliness of the data, while having a lower burden than would collecting the data separately Sequence: 40 186 Section Three: Additional Information

Strategic Goal Strategic Objective Metric Build Strong, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities Reduce housing discrimination, affirmatively further fair housing through HUD programs, and promote diverse, inclusive communities. Number of people receiving remedies through Fair Housing Act enforcement work • Description: Number of people receiving remedies and the number of people per case receiving remedies through Fair Housing Act enforcement work • Data source: TEAPOTS • Unit of measurement: Individuals and individuals per case • Dimension: Count and ratio • Calculation method: Measurement is calculated based on total of complainants, other aggrieved parties, additional victims receiving relief, and OGC additional victims receiving relief for HUD processed cases closed during the period that favored the complainant (conciliations, settlements, decisions in favor of the complainant, etc. i.e. with closure codes 16, 18, 30, 32, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 43, 50, 52, or 55). The ratio divides this number by the number of cases closed for the above mentioned reasons. • Frequency: Quarterly • Direction: The count increased from 2,043 in FY2012 to 4,147 in FY2013 and the ratio from 2.3 in FY2012 to 5.3 in FY2013 • Data quality (limitations/advantages of the data): The number of ‘additional victims’ is often an estimate so it may not be accurate. • Measurement Validation, verification, and improvement of measure: Under evaluation and consideration for future remedies Sequence: 41 Metric Number of cases with monetary relief exceeding $25,000 • Description: Number of cases closed with resolutions that include relief in excess of specified threshold • Data source: TEAPOTS • Unit of measurement: Number of qualifying closed cases • Dimension: Count • Calculation method: Number of closed Title VIII investigations with relief that exceeds threshold • Frequency: Quarterly • Direction: Increase • Data quality (limitations/advantages of the data): • Measurement Validation, verification, and improvement of measure: TBD Sequence: 42 Section Three: Additional Information 187

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