What is the Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) User Interface (UI)?

Date Published: September 2016

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The Assessment of Fair Housing User Interface (or “User Interface”) is a secure system in a web-based portal through which program participants will submit their Assessment of Fair Housing to HUD. The UI will assist program participants in completing each step of the AFH and will assist program participants in locating appropriate instructions and the HUD-provided maps and tables to be used for each question. In this way, the User Interface will integrate the Assessment Tool and the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) Data and Mapping Tool to allow interoperability between the two by pulling in the relevant maps and tables for each question. However, please note that the UI pulls in static maps and tables and the actual AFFH Data and Mapping Tool has additional functionalities not present in the maps and tables pulled into the UI.

View the AFH User Interface Quick Guide. There is also a webinar on the Assessment of Fair Housing User Interface. Instructions for program participants registering to access the AFH Assessment Tool User Interface (UI) through HUD's secure systems are available. If you need additional assistance with the User Interface, please email or call 202-402-2597.

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