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  Section 8 Occupancy Index
  & Handbook, by David Hoicka,
  Regulations and Comprehensive
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  2004 Edition, ISBN 1-59330-128-6

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Section 8 Occupancy Handbook

Regulations and Comprehensive Index

 

HUD's Affordable Housing Programs - Volume 1

ISBN 1-59330-128-6, 2004 Edition, Page Front

 

2004 Edition By David Hoicka


David Hoicka Section 8 Housing Index



            The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP) is HUD's largest national affordable housing program, serving more than 1.8 million families, and with a budget authority currently more than $13 billion annually.  Housing Choice Vouchers are administered in all 50 states by more than 2600 Housing Authorities, non-profits, and governmental agencies.


       The goal of this Section 8 Handbook and Index is to simplify Section 8 management, and save time for the busy Section 8 Administrator and Affordable Housing Professional, by making it easier to locate program rules and regulations by looking up key phrases.

       Look up a phrase, and this Index will show you where to find it in the HUD Regs.

       This Section 8 Handbook's Comprehensive Index includes 170 pages of major Section 8 Housing Regulations in current CFRs, and nearly 400 pages of Comprehensive Index, with about 6,300 entries, and over 120,000 references, organizing access to the main sources of regulatory and management control of Section 8 Housing Programs.

Statistics for Words Appearing in the Index

 

Words indexed in Section 8 source documents

over 500,000

Pages indexed in source documents

about 1500

Index entry words & phrases in this Index

about 6,300

Total index references to source documents

over 120,000


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The Disaster Relief Appropriations Act, 2013 (PL 113-2) included Community Development Block Grant funds for disaster recovery (CDBG-DR) from major disasters declared under the Stafford Act (42 U.S.C. 4121 et seq.) in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Eligible applicants for HUD's National Disaster Resilience Competition will be the states with qualifying disasters and those units of general local government who received CDBG-DR funding under PL 113-2 for disasters occurring in 2011-2013. There will be a total of 67 potential applicants for the National Disaster Resilience Competition. All successful applicants will need to tie their proposals to the eligible disaster from which they are recovering. Requirements for application will be published in a forthcoming Notice of Funding Availability as required by the HUD Reform Act.
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WASHINGTON - U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan today announced the allocation of more than $31 million to the City of Chicago, Cook County, and DuPage County to help these communities recover from devastating storms, strong winds and flooding. These grants are provided through HUD's Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program to support long-term disaster recovery efforts in areas with the greatest extent of 'unmet need.'

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David Hoicka Project Management and Affordable Housing


David Hoicka is a Senior Executive for Affordable Housing Programs



           David Hoicka supports multicultural communities that work. He has extensive experience on Sustainable Affordable Housing and Community Development including managing and teaching large HUD housing programs nationally across the USA and internationally.

           Also, David Hoicka manages Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Section 8, and other Housing and Urban Development (HUD) affordable housing programs, including Tax Credit LIHTC.

           Applying multi-cultural and affordable housing best practices for USA families, David Hoicka has worked on programs of all sizes, revitalizing and/or managing affordable housing and community development programs for thousands of families.

           David Hoicka works to build positive agency image with enhanced Media relations. This includes overseeing about $12.7 million in redevelopment for thousands of public housing units, utilizing contract procurement and force account.

           David Hoicka prepares financing and capital budgets, energy efficiency, renewable energy, historical preservation, green space preservation. David Hoicka also has developed affordable housing policies for multi-cultural mixed-income communities.

           He has developed key strategic partnerships with local citizens, government bodies, nonprofit and community organizations to focus efforts of diverse groups onto common goals. David Hoicka specializes in innovative uses of new technologies to improve efficiency and work process control.

           He has been involved with numerous complex operational and technical issues which need to be identified and resolved in cooperation with many stakeholders. David Hoicka oversaw a diverse multinational and multicultural professional staff in development of a new town for mixed income residents.

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