May 9, 2013

HUD’s Sustainable Communities Initiative Recognized by Harvard’s Kennedy School as a Top 25 Innovation In Government

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On May 1, Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government recognized HUD’s Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) as one of this year’s Top 25 programs in its Innovations in American Government Award competition.  This competition is the nation’s preeminent award devoted to recognizing and promoting excellence and creativity in the public sector. HUD’s SCI was created to […]

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August 23, 2012

Eight Federal Agencies Align Work in Northwest Indiana

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There is a feeling of revitalization in Northwest Indiana and it is the result of partnerships working together for the good of the region.  HUD is proud to be part of one of the key partnerships — federal agencies collaborating to create synergistic, creative solutions to regional issues. Early in his administration, President Obama directed […]

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July 2, 2012

Communities Built to Last

Cross posted from Fastlane.DOT.gov Americans want transportation choices.  And with the TIGER grant program, we’re committed to investing in innovative projects that deliver those options, whether it means taking public transportation, walking, or driving a car. Last week, DOT joined the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to announce a $14.9 million TIGER grant for the Main […]

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December 9, 2011

Sustainable Planning for Colorado’s Future

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When local, state and federal governments work together, as partners, they shape a practical vision for how the future can look and maximize use of taxpayers funding to benefit all. The metropolitan region’s leadership proved working together pays off by fifty-six local governments coming together to celebrate the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development’s […]

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