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Housing Counseling FAQ
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Why is HUD changing the Performance Review process?

Date Published: August 2014

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The Office of Housing Counseling (OHC) is responsible for the administration and oversight of the HUD Housing Counseling Program. OHC staff conducts periodic performance reviews to determine if agencies participating in HUD’s Housing Counseling Program are in compliance with program requirements and if they are meeting the program objectives stated within their counseling work plan. To establish a consistent, streamlined, and decreased time and cost burden for the agencies and HUD, OHC has developed a reformatted form (HUD 9910).

What is the HUD 9910?

The form HUD 9910 is the Office of Management and Budget approved checklist tool that reviewers and agencies use to ensure HUD Housing Counseling Program compliance.


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Performance Review Report

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