May 31, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Baltimore Sun reports that Maryland will spend most of its settlement funds on housing-related efforts. VA figures show steep decline in number of homeless veterans, Stars and Stripes. Housing Wire posts that the “risk of mortgage fraud declines to lowest level since ’09.” And, state regulators with the California Energy Commission are poised to […]

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Update on HUD’s IT Modernization

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Today, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) must deliver on the defined functions in the Clinger-Cohen Act, while also exceling in the unwritten yet critical disciplines that make or break a successful IT service delivery organization. At HUD for the last three years, we have been transforming our IT organization so that our […]

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May 30, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Today, Secretary Donovan contributes to the Las Vegas Review-Journal – “a path forward for Nevada on housing.” Secretaries Donovan (HUD) and Shinseki (VA) provide keynote remarks at the 2012 National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) Annual Conference, Washington Post. Tomorrow, an Obama Administration task force, including Secretary Donovan, will announce a coordinated action plan to […]

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Progress in Ending Veterans’ Homelessness

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On any given night you may find a homeless veteran sleeping on the streets or in a homeless shelter.  This is a fact that is unacceptable.  Since the beginning of his administration, President Obama has vowed that we will end veterans’ homelessness by 2015.  It is a promise he intends to keep. In June 2010, […]

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