HUD has conducted comprehensive regulatory reform, in line with White House expectations, to ensure that faith-based and community organizations can compete on an equal footing with other groups competing for funds in competitive HUD programs or in the competitive components of state- and locally-administered block grant programs.
Links to the regulatory reforms instituted at HUD
Information is also available from the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, which is presented at targeted conferences throughout the Nation.
Faith-based organizations that believe they are substantially burdened by the inability to hire along religious lines in certain HUD programs are invited to click here, and to contact the Center.
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