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Records of the Section 8 Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee

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 -   Tenant Based Vouchers
 -   Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998

Overview

The Housing Certificate Fund Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee was chartered by HUD in March 1999, as required by Section 556 of the Public Housing Reform Act (the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998). The Committee’s charter stated "The purpose of the Committee is to discuss and negotiate a rule that would change the current method of distributing funds to public housing agencies (PHAs) for purposes of renewing assistance contracts in the tenant-based Section 8 program.

The committee, which consisted of persons representing stakeholder interests in the outcome of the rule,” held six meetings, numerous working group sessions, and telephone conference calls between April 24, 1999 and September 29, 1999. Committee members sought consensus on a set of recommendations to HUD and on the text of a draft Regulation and draft Notice to implement the renewal funding system.

Documentation

Rules and notices

 -   Tenant-Based Section 8 Program: Procedures for Determining Baseline Unit Allocations, Verifying Unit Allocations, Accessing, Using, Restoration of and Recapture of Program Reserves and Transfers of Baseline Unit Allocations Notice, April 19, 2000 (Adobe PDF, 6 pages)
 -   Renewal of Expiring Annual Contributions Contracts in the Tenant-Based Section 8 Program; Formula for Allocation of Housing Assistance Final Rule, October 21, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 8 pages)
 -   Draft Regulation Recommended by the Advisory Committee, Renewal of Expiring Annual Contributions Contracts in the Tenant-Based Section 8 Program; Formula for Allocation of Housing Assistance September 30, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 25 pages)
 -   Draft Notice Recommended by the Advisory Committee. Describing Procedures for Verifying Allocations, Use, Restoration and Recapture of Program Reserves and Transfers of Baseline Unit Allocations in the Tenant-Based Section 8 Program September 29, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 16 pages)

Reports and papers

 -   Final Report: HUD Housing Certificate Fund Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee October 14, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 22 pages)
 -   Final Convening Report for HUD's Negotiated Rulemaking on the Allocation of Tenant-Based Section 8 Funds September 28, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 29 pages)
 -   Ground Rules for the Tenant-Based Section 8 Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee October 22, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 9 pages)
 -   Mission of the Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee

Meeting summaries

 -   April 27-28, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 17 pages)
 -   June 2-3, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 19 pages)
 -   June 21-22, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 11 pages)
 -   July 19-20, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 13 pages)
 -   August 19-20, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 17 pages)
 -   September 28-29, 1999 (Adobe PDF, 7 pages)

 
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