FY12 Comparative Funding Chart

November 15, 2011

Comparative Funding Chart for FY 2012

 

 

 

FY2010

Final

FY2011

Final Full-Year CR (H.R. 1473)

FY 2012

CLPHA

Request

FY 2012

HUD Request

FY 2012

H.R. 2112

House Passed

FY 2012

H.R. 2112

Senate Passed

FY 2012

H.R. 2112 Conference Passed

Operating Fund

$4.775 billion

$4.626 billion

$4.976 billion

$3.962 billion2

$3.862 billion3

$3.962 billion4

$3.962 billion4

 

Capital Fund

[Emergency Capital Needs]

[Resident Opportunity and

Supportive Services]

 

$2.5 billion

[$20 million]

[$50 million]

 

$2.044 billion

[$20 million]

[$50 million]

 

$4.0 billion

[as needed]

[$55 million]

 

$2.405 billion

[$20 million]

[$0]

 

$1.532 billion

[$0]

[$0]

 

$1.875 billion

[$20 million]

[$50 million]

 

$1.875 billion

[$20 million]

[$50 million]

Housing Choice Voucher Renewals

$16.3 billion

$16.7 billion

$17.0 billion

$17.194 billion

$17.044 billion

$17.144 billion5

$17.242 billion5

HCV Administrative Fees

$1.575 billion

$1.45 billion

$1.77 billion

$1.648 billion

$1.10 billion

$1.4 billion

$1.35 billion

VASH Vouchers

$75 million

$50 million

$75 million

$75 million

$75 million

$75 million

$75 million

Section 8 Family Self Sufficiency Program

$60 million

$60 million

$60 million

$60 million

$60 million

$60 million

$60 million

Tenant Protection Vouchers

$120 million

$110 million

Fully Fund

$75 million

$75 million

$75 million

$75 million

HOPE VI

 

$200 million

[$65 million]1

 

$100 million

[$65 million]1

$300 million

$0

$0

$0

$0

Choice Neighborhoods  Initiative

$0

$0

$0

$250 million

$0

$120 million

[$80 million]6

$120 million

[$80 million]6

Rental Assistance Demonstration

n/a

$0

$0

$200 million

$0

$07

$07

 

1 This amount for the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative is funded from the $200 million and $100 million HOPE VI allocation.

2 HUD estimates eligibility at $4.962 billion, but proposes to offset this amount by $1 billion from “excess operating fund reserves.”

3 The bill directs HUD to take “excess operating reserves” into account when determining allocations to PHAs, including MTWs.

4 The bill allows HUD to offset PHA reserves, including MTWs, but limits the amount of offset to $750 million and no PHA is “left with less than $100,000 in operating reserves.”

5 Of this amount, $650 million is rescinded, in the form of reductions to allocations based on “excess amounts” of net restricted assets (NRA), including NRA of MTWs.

6 Not less than this amount shall be awarded to public housing authorities.

7 Although no funds are appropriated, the bill contains language authorizing the Rental Assistance Demonstration.