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Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing User Interface (AFFH UI)

 

The Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) application is unavailable until further notice. See 83 Fed. Reg. 683 (January 5, 2018). To access information that you entered into the AFH application, please contact Nathan.S.Roth@hud.gov or 202-402-6879.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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For more than forty years, HUD funding recipients have been obligated by law to reduce barriers to fair housing. Established in the Fair Housing Act of 1968, the law directs HUD and its program participants to affirmatively further the Act’s goals of promoting fair housing and equal opportunity. The final rule on affirmatively furthering fair housing (AFFH) aims to provide all HUD grantees with clear guidelines and the data that will help them to achieve those goals, because no child’s ZIP code should determine her opportunity to achieve.

HUD’s rule clarifies and simplifies existing fair housing obligations for HUD grantees to analyze their fair housing landscape and set locally-determined fair housing priorities and goals through an Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH). To aid communities in this work, HUD will provide open data to grantees and the public on patterns of integration and segregation, racially and ethnically concentrated areas of poverty, disproportionate housing needs, and disparities in access to opportunity. This improved approach provides a better mechanism for HUD grantees to build fair housing goals into their existing community development and housing planning processes.

 

Complete the following steps to submit the access AFFH UI

To access AFFH UI, you and your Agency will need to register the HUD’s Web Access Secure System (WASS). Once all the steps below have been completed below, you can access and submit Form HUD 60002. Please refer to the AFFH UI User Registration Guide.

 

 

Information for Internal (HUD) Users… 

Information for External Users…

 

internal users

AFFH UI uses the HUD network password for HUD staff so contact the HITS Helpdesk at 1-888 297-8689 for a password reset
Contact a FHEO WASS Administrator to have a deactivated WASS account reactivated.

 

externa users

Contact REAC_TAC@hud.gov or
1-888-245-4860 with your user ID to reactivate a terminated WASS account or to reset a password.

For assistance or questions about AFFH UI functionality e-mail AFFHUI@hud.gov or call 202 402-2597