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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508

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About This Report 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) provides detailed performance-related information to the President, the Congress, and the American people. The report allows readers to assess HUD’s FY 2014 performance, revisions to goals for FY 2015, and plans for FY 2016 relative to its mission and stewardship of public resources. This report consists of several important sections: Agency and Mission This section contains HUD’s mission statements, its vision, organizational structure, and scope of responsibilities, as well as an introductory message from the HUD Secretary, Julián Castro, in which he highlights key FY 2014 program accomplishments and policy priorities going forward. Strategic Goals and Strategic Objectives This section contains HUD’s strategic framework, as established in the HUD Strategic Plan FY 2014-2018. It is comprised of four overarching strategic goals and 12 strategic objectives which help frame HUD’s discussion of its performance targets and associated priorities. The majority of this APP-APR is organized by strategic objective. Strategic objectives are intended to reflect the outcome or management impact an agency is trying to achieve. Each objective will be tracked annually through a specific set of performance indicators. In addition, HUD’s strategic framework contains eight management objectives that are intended to improve departmental operations. Please note that Agency Priority Goals (or APGs) are denoted by a throughout this document. Each agency is responsible for identifying a limited number of performance goals that are high priorities over a two-year period. These APGs support improvements in near-term outcomes, customer service, or efficiencies, and advance progress toward longer-term, outcome-focused strategic goals and objectives in an agency’s Strategic Plan. Thus, while strategic objectives are evaluated annually and focus on longer-term performance goals, Agency Priority Goals are evaluated quarterly and focus on near-term results. For each strategic goal, we have included its associated strategic objectives, an overview of the problem(s) HUD is attempting to address through these objectives, strategies for achieving the objectives, goal leaders, major milestones, and performance indicators to track our progress. HUD’s APGs were established in FY 2014 to cover a two-year performance period (FY 2014-2015). Thus, in this consolidated FY 2014 APR and FY 2016 APP, we present to readers a synopsis of our current progress toward the FY 2014-2015 APGs targets. For most indicators, HUD has committed targets for FY 2014 and FY 2015 which will enable us to track our performance in the next two years. For some indicators, we are still gathering data to establish baselines and preparing to set targets in future years. These new metrics are indicated with the phrases “Establish Baseline” and “Target TBD” in the relevant tables. A third category of indicators, marked as “Tracking Only,” provide information about program operations or external conditions but will generally not have targets. For these indicators, targets would be difficult to establish, would not provide meaningful indications of agency performance expectations, and/or could create unintended incentives for program staff and our partners. 6 About this Report

Some of the performance indicators published in the FY13 APR and FY15 APP have been modified or removed by HUD program offices. Information regarding changes to previously published indicators is located in the footnotes of this report. Although HUD strives to maintain consistency year to year, the Department will continue to scrutinize the effectiveness of its metrics and make changes when areas for improvement are identified. Additional Information Sample Strategic Flow MISSION Strategic Goal Strategic Goal Strategic Goal Strategic Objective Strategic Objective Management Objective Cross-Cutting Objective Performance Goal Metrics, Stategies Performance Goal Metrics, Stategies Agency Priority Goal Metrics, Stategies Figure 1: This sample strategic flow demonstrates how the strategic goals, strategic objectives, performance goals, and Agency Priority Goals should cascade from the Department’s mission. This final section includes required supporting information, including a description of HUD’s data-driven management review process, a summary of both completed and upcoming evaluations and research to inform progress on our strategic goals, and a section on data validation and verification. The Fiscal Year 2014 Agency Financial Report is Available on the Web at HUD.GOV. About this Report 7

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  • Page 3 and 4: Strategic Goal: Build Strong, Resil
  • Page 5: About this Report About this Report
  • Page 9 and 10: Section One: Agency and Mission Sec
  • Page 11 and 12: Message from Secretary Castro I’m
  • Page 13 and 14: Introduction This Fiscal Year (FY)
  • Page 15 and 16: “ Those experiencing homelessness
  • Page 17 and 18: Impact Veterans Family Housing Cent
  • Page 19 and 20: Section Two: Strategic Goals, Strat
  • Page 21 and 22: Management Objectives 1. Improve HU
  • Page 23 and 24: Performance Indicators Performance
  • Page 25 and 26: Strategic Goal: Use Housing as a Pl
  • Page 27 and 28: Additional Community Development In
  • Page 29 and 30: Strategic Goal: Strengthen the Nati
  • Page 31 and 32: Strategic Objective: Housing Market
  • Page 33 and 34: Overall market share of single-fami
  • Page 35 and 36: FY14 APR PROGRESS UPDATE HUD narrow
  • Page 37 and 38: Percent of housing counseling clien
  • Page 39 and 40: FY14 APR PROGRESS UPDATE HUD contin
  • Page 41 and 42: In November 2012, FHA introduced it
  • Page 43 and 44: Strategic Goal: Meet the Need for Q
  • Page 45 and 46: Strategic Objective: Rental Investm
  • Page 47 and 48: Proportion of very low-income rente
  • Page 49 and 50: • Ensure that the households curr
  • Page 51 and 52: Housing Choice Voucher budget utili
  • Page 53 and 54: Strategic Goal: FY 2014-2015 Agency
  • Page 55 and 56: 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 Goal: Use Housing as a Pl

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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 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 Metric with Submetri

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    Strategic Goal Metric with Submetri

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    Strategic Goal Metric with Submetri

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    Strategic Goal Metric with Submetri

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    Strategic Goal Metric with Submetri

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    Strategic Goal Metric with Submetri

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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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