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WtW Policies and Procedures - Frequently Asked Questions

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 -   Do PHAs need to update their Administrative Plans regarding WtW voucher program policies, or can they just revise their standard operating procedures?

 -   Since submitting our WtW application, we have made changes to our program plan, including changes to our selection criteria and termination policy. Can we proceed with implementing these changes, or do we need to request and receive HUD approval to make these changes?

 

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Do PHAs need to update their Administrative Plans regarding WtW voucher program policies, or can they just revise their standard operating procedures?

Any discretionary policies such as those affecting selection of families from the waiting list and termination policies must be addressed in the PHA's Administrative Plan.

Since submitting our WtW application, we have made changes to our program plan, including changes to our selection criteria and termination policy. Can we proceed with implementing these changes, or do we need to request and receive HUD approval to make these changes?

HUD anticipates that many PHAs will need to further refine their WtW voucher program policies as they implement their programs. For example, selection criteria may need to be revised to better address the goals of the program. As long as the changes support the objectives of the WtW voucher program, are well documented, and, if appropriate, are reflected in the PHA Administrative Plan and PHA Plan, PHAs may implement these changes without seeking HUD approval, unless the change is determined to be a significant amendment or modification to the PHA's Five Year or Annual Plan. Any significant amendment or modification to a PHA's Five Year or Annual Plan must be approved by HUD.

 
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