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Annual Performance Plan 508

Annual Performance Plan 508

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Percent of total dollar amount of construction contracts awarded to Section 3 businesses by covered HUD funding Note: The regulatory target for Section 3 business construction contracts is 10 percent of the total dollar amount of construction contracts. FY12 Actual FY13 Actual FY14 Actual FY14 Target FY15 Target FY16 Target 7.1% NA 77 NA 9.5% 10.0% 12.5% Percent of total dollar amount of non-construction contracts awarded to Section 3 businesses by covered HUD funding Note: The regulatory target for Section 3 business non-construction contracts is 3 percent of the total dollar amount of non-construction contracts. The proposed rule eliminates this minimum numerical goal by FY2016 FY12 Actual FY13 Actual FY14 Actual FY14 Target FY15 Target FY16 Target 3.4% NA 78 NA 3.5% 3.5% TBD Number of self-certified Section 3 businesses in HUD’s registry nationwide The Section 3 business registry was released nationwide in March 2014. FY12 Actual FY13 Actual FY14 Actual NA 551 808 FY14 Target Establish Baseline FY15 Target FY16 Target 1,000 1,200 Number of states with Section 3 certified businesses in HUD’s registry FY12 Actual FY13 Actual FY14 Actual FY14 Target FY15 Target NA 7 27 79 25 35 40 FY16 Target HUD Section 3 FHEO 77 ibid. 78 ibid. 79 This represents 27 unique locations, including 25 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. 84 Retrospective: FY 2014-2015 Agency Priority Goal End Veterans Homelessness

Strategic Objective: Health and Housing Stability Promote the health and housing stability of vulnerable populations. OVERVIEW Many residents of HUD-assisted housing face health-related challenges, especially the elderly, people with disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, and those individuals and families at risk of becoming homeless. New studies of the health status of HUD residents show that they have higher rates of chronic health conditions and higher utilization of hospitals and emergency rooms than peer comparison groups. Some may have a criminal record or a history of homelessness, be making the transition out of military service back into civilian life or be transitioning out of health care treatment settings. In 2013, one out of every six Americans did not have health insurance. Hardworking families in HUD housing may not get insurance from their employers, and they may not make enough money to afford a plan for their family. Without health insurance, families risk forgoing necessary preventive care or facing economic catastrophe from a major illness. In January 2014, many more affordable insurance options became available through the new health insurance marketplaces, including, in those states that have opted in, an expansion of Medicaid. When residents of HUD-assisted housing also have health insurance, they gain an additional stepping stone to better health and financial security. This makes for healthier, stronger households and communities. HUD has a history of prioritizing and incentivizing grantees’ effort to improve access to health care services through a variety of initiatives, including annual grant competitions. In recent years, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has significantly expanded the range and type of opportunities available for improving the kind of system integration and service coordination that HUD has cultivated for several years. Today, more than 10 million newly insured Americans find peace of mind and security in their ability to access quality, affordable health services. As the health care system develops new tools to provide better care at a lower cost, new partnerships are needed between housing and the health care system. HUD’s FHA mortgage insurance programs also works to lower costs, by insuring mortgages for residential care facilities such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities for the elderly. Mortgage insurance enable facilities to more affordably improve quality standards and care to these patients. As of 2014, HUD insures over 3,000 residential care facilities in all 50 states, including the Virgin Islands, which serve approximately 366,000 Americans. Over 50 percent of these residents and patients are Medicaid-eligible and are among America’s most vulnerable population. The Office of HIV/AIDS Housing administers Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA), another clear demonstration of how housing stability drives better health outcomes. The HOPWA program’s supportive housing improves access to critical health services and reduces HIV viral transmission for participants. The Department’s action-oriented white paper entitled, HIV Care Continuum – The Connection Between Housing Retrospective: FY 2014-2015 Agency Priority Goal End Veterans Homelessness 85

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