The Housing Authority of the City of Austin (HACA) has earned a score of 98 out of 100 percent in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2015 (HUD) Public Housing Assessment Program (PHAS) review, making the agency a High Performer for the 15th consecutive year.
“HACA is proud of our High Performer status and to be one of the leading public housing agencies in the nation,” said HACA President and CEO Michael Gerber. “Our top priority is to provide safe housing for the lowest-income people in our community, and then help them get on the path to self-sufficiency. HACA will continue our efforts to expand affordable housing opportunity in Austin, and provide critical job training, education, and wellness programs that transform lives.”
PHAS is used by HUD to measure the performance of agencies that administer public housing programs throughout the country. The four key indicators in the rating system are: physical condition of properties, financial condition, management operations and capital funds. A public housing agency is designated as a High Performer if it achieves an overall PHAS score greater than 90 percent. HACA has earned a score of at least 90 percent since 2001.
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