Intergovernmental Relations


Intergovernmental Relations (IGR) is responsible for all relations between HUD and state, city, county, municipal, and U.S. territorial governments. IGR plays an important role in strengthening HUD’s partnership with state and local governments by providing strategic advice, best practices and tailored guidance. Through these efforts, IGR empowers state and local governments to effectively utilize available HUD resources and better serve their communities. Additionally, IGR acts as the liaison between HUD and the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs on important state and local housing policies.

Patrick Byrne, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Relations

What We Do

State, Local, and U.S. Territory Communications
Engagements and Conferences

State, Local, and U.S. Territory Communications

IGR regularly engages with HUD’s state, local and tribal partners to address questions and concerns in real-time and to help meet the needs of the communities they serve. State, local and tribal leaders in need of support from HUD should reach out to

Our District Partners

Field Policy and Management HUD Regions
HUD Regional Offices
Constituent Casework

Field Policy and Management HUD Regions

The Office of Field Policy and Management (FPM) is your first contact for services and information. FPM is in your region with local community assistance, programs, initiatives, information and more

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