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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508

Strategic Goal Metric

Strategic Goal Metric with Submetrics Metric with Submetrics Lead Hazard Enforcement Build Strong, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities • Description: Housing units made lead-safe per agreements or orders under the Lead Disclosure Rule • Data source: Property owner/property manager reports • Unit of measurement: Housing units • Dimension: Count • Calculation method: Total of units from each owner/manager • Frequency: Quarterly • Direction: Increased • Data quality (limitations/advantages of the data): Units are counted only after the owners/managers have documented completing work and the units have been tested and for low lead levels that would allow re-occupancy, so owners/managers face economic and/or court sanctions for not reporting accurately; but limitations on HUD staffing and travel funding preclude on-site quality control checking. • Measurement Validation, verification, and improvement of measure: Lead hazard control work is validated by consistency checks on records from owners/managers, and verified by EPA- or State-certified lead risk assessors; measure could be improved with routine on-site quality control checking by HUD lead program enforcement and/or its lead enforcement partners. Sequence: 45r Lead Safe Housing Rule - HOME-CDBG-HOPWA • Description: Housing units made lead safe through work under HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule • Data source: Reporting by funding recipients as tracked by CPD’s Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) • Unit of measurement: Housing units • Dimension: Count • Calculation method: Total of units from each funding recipient • Frequency: Quarterly • Direction: Increased • Data quality (limitations/advantages of the data): Units are counted only after payment has been made for completing work and allowing re-occupancy, so funding recipients have a fiduciary responsibility to report accurately; routine on-site quality control checking for lead results by HUD lead program enforcement and/or its lead enforcement partners is not conducted. • Measurement Validation, verification, and improvement of measure: Reports are validated against financial payments (LOCCS reporting), and verified by remote and on-site monitoring by CPD representatives. Measure would be improved by routine on-site quality control checking for lead results by HUD lead program enforcement and/or its lead enforcement partners. Sequence: 45s 200 Section Three: Additional Information

Strategic Goal Strategic Objective Metric Build Strong, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities Support the recovery of communities from disasters by promoting community resilience, developing state and local capacity, and ensuring a coordinated federal response that reduces risk and produces a more resilient built environment. Percentage of Sandy Task Force recommendations related to disaster recovery and resilience that have been completed • Description: Percentage of Sandy Task Force recommendations related to disaster recovery and resilience that have been completed • Data source: Sandy PMO • Unit of measurement: Percentage of completed recommendations for disaster recovery • Dimension: Percentage • Calculation method: Completed recommendations divided by total recommendations • Frequency: Quarterly • Direction: Increase • Data quality (limitations/advantages of the data): Recommendation completion is determined and reported by individual agencies that own each recommendation. Targets for this metric are based on agency projections for completion but changing circumstances can alter the work plans for each recommendation and thus the timeframe for completion of the measure. • Measurement Validation, verification, and improvement of measure: Recommendation completion is determined and reported by individual agencies that own each recommendation. Targets for this metric are based on agency projections for completion but changing circumstances can alter the work plans for each recommendation and thus the timeframe for completion of the measure. Sequence: 46 Strategic Objective Strengthen communities’ economic health, resilience and access to opportunity. Section Three: Additional Information 201

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    Strategic Goal: Build Strong, Resil

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    About this Report About this Report

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    Some of the performance indicators

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    Section One: Agency and Mission Sec

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    Message from Secretary Castro I’m

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    Introduction This Fiscal Year (FY)

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    “ Those experiencing homelessness

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    Impact Veterans Family Housing Cent

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    Section Two: Strategic Goals, Strat

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    Management Objectives 1. Improve HU

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    Performance Indicators Performance

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    Strategic Goal: Use Housing as a Pl

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    Additional Community Development In

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    Strategic Goal: Strengthen the Nati

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    Strategic Objective: Housing Market

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    Overall market share of single-fami

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    FY14 APR PROGRESS UPDATE HUD narrow

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    Percent of housing counseling clien

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    FY14 APR PROGRESS UPDATE HUD contin

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    In November 2012, FHA introduced it

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    Strategic Objective: Rental Investm

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    Proportion of very low-income rente

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    • Ensure that the households curr

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    Housing Choice Voucher budget utili

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    Strategic Goal: FY 2014-2015 Agency

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    Households in Occupied Rental Units

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    HOPWA, AIDS Ribbon on HUD Building

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    RETROSPECTIVE: FY 2014-2015 Agency

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    Groundbreaking for Alder Creek Apar

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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 PLAN - HUD