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On October 12, HUD’s Office of Public and Indian Housing released a notice offering eligible PHAs the opportunity to apply for admission to the MTW program, as the first cohort under the expansion process.
As we follow the news of Hurricane Michael, our thoughts are with those in the storm’s path. CLPHA stands ready to work in support of low-income Americans impacted by the disaster and, as we have in the past, will advocate for HUD and FEMA programs such as DHAP and CDBG-DR that provide funds to assist recovery efforts.
On October 11, HUD re-published the Operations Notice for the Expansion of the Moving to Work (MTW) Demonstration Program for a 45-day comment period. HUD originally published the latest version of the Operations Notice last week, but without the accompanying appendix of waivers that will be available to the 100 incoming new agencies.
Today, HUD published the latest version of the Operations Notice for the Expansion of the Moving to Work (MTW) Demonstration Program for a 45-day comment period. The Operations Notice establishes the requirements for the implementation and continued operation of the expansion of the MTW demonstration, following its authorization in the 2016 Consolidated Appropriations Act.
On Friday, September 28, the President signed HR 6157, an appropriations conference report which funds the Departments of Defense; Labor; and Health and Human Services for FY19, and includes a continuing resolution (CR) to extend funding for HUD and all other departments and agencies at FY18 levels until December 7.