NASS is the PIH-REAC assessment reporting system for PHAs. NASS is responsible for the compilation, review, and production of the composite PHAS score.
- The document includes the latest released Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) scores for all Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) where PHAS scores have been issued for those PHAs with fiscal year end (FYE) dates between March 31, 2011 and September 30, 2016. PHAS scores may be published more than once for each FY; for example, the unaudited and audited score. The PHAS score included in the report are the latest PHAS scores released in that fiscal year (FY). Additionally, there are three years of PHAS scores for each PHA where PHAS scores have been for that year.
- PHAS Scores as of October 2016
- Timely Obligation of Capital Funds and PHAS Capital Fund Indicator Scoring
- Rejected financial and management operations submissions: How to avoid a Late Presumptive Failure (LPF) score of zero.
- Unaudited FASS Submission Time Line
- PHAS Capital Fund Interim Scoring Notice, published July 2, 2014: This Notice affects the scoring of the Capital Fund Program Indicator for PHAs with fiscal years ending (FYE) 03/31/2014, 06/30/2014, 09/30/2014,including 12/31/2015.
- HUD PHA Occupancy Percentage Calculations: This chart summarizes the HUD PHA occupancy percentage calculations under the PHAS Interim Rule for the Management Operations Indicator and the Capital Fund Program Indicator. In addition, the chart also provides the Public Housing occupancy percentage calculation under HUD’s Agency Priority Goal Reporting.
- PHAS Capital Fund Interim Scoring Notice Revised June 2012: Pursuant to this Notice, all PHAs for fiscal years ending 3/31/2011, 6/30/2011, 9/30/2011, and 12/31/2011 will receive the full five points for the Capital Fund occupancy sub-indicator.
- Regulations / PIH Notices
The Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) Interim Rule was published on February 23, 2011 and became effective for PHAs with fiscal years ending March 31, 2011.
- Field Offices Submitting Waiver Requests
Process of SharePoint Waivers Submitted to REAC/NASS: A Public Housing Authority/Agency (HA) seeking to obtain a waiver of Departmental regulations to extend submission of audited financial data, must submit requests to their local field office Director. Waiver requests submitted directly to the Department will not be accepted for processing.