HUD sponsored

Standards for Success Pilot: Overview and Training Resources Virtual Conference


January 31, 2017



Standards for Success is the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD's) data collection and reporting framework for measuring HUD Participants' self-sufficiency and ability to obtain and maintain housing. It is the approach used by discretionary grant programs to report their work. The Standards for Success framework focuses on eighteen (18) indicators aligned to measure Participants' self-sufficiency and quality of life.

This training will review the Standards for Success program's objectives, components, and the Grantee's role within it. By the completion of the program, attendees will understand the key activities Grantees are requested to perform, where to access training and reference resources, and how to communicate feedback and questions.

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