February 22, 2012

Taking Steps to Streamline and Improve HUD’s Web Presence

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As part of President Obama’s Campaign to Cut Waste, last December the .gov Reform Task Force released a report highlighting the current climate of federal websites and insight on how they can be improved. The .gov Reform Task Force will use the report to develop a web strategy and create tools, best practices, and other […]

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January 13, 2012

Happy 1st Birthday to The HUDdle!

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It’s time to break out the party hats, balloons and the birthday cake (you can’t forget the cake!) to celebrate the 1st birthday of the Department’s official blog: The HUDdle.  A year ago on Sunday, HUD launched a new interactive blog to better serve you, our most important customer.  This is just one way HUD […]

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January 4, 2012

A Refresher on the Many Ways to Connect with HUD Online

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In our continued efforts to better communicate critical information and resources to you, we want to make sure you are aware of all of the different ways you can connect with us online. Here’s a quick refresher which you can bookmark and share with friends. Find information by state, topic, and resources on HUD’s website: […]

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December 20, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

                Home of the day:  A demonstration house built by the Utah Weatherization Assistance Program to train weatherization workers in Clearfield, Utah. Secretary Donovan unveiled the latest round of homelessness funding today. The Washington Post has new numbers showing housing bouncing back. Homeowners are still investing in housing, but in different ways […]

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November 28, 2011

New web tool encourages partnership, transparency in HUD grant programs

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Our guest blogger today is Stan Buch, Director of Innovation and Open Government, HUD’s Office of the Chief Information Officer From his first day in office, President Obama committed his Administration to maintaining an unprecedented spirit of openness, transparency, and collaboration. In his first directive on transparency and open government, President Obama said, “Openness will […]

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