Master Book - HCV Executive Management

Managing the HCV program is a complex task. This Master Book is an excellent program management tool for every HCV program manager to help accomplish that task.

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NMA HCV Executive Management Master Book

The HCV Executive Management Master Book recently received a complete overhaul for flow, format, and content. Our CD contains many references, forms, spreadsheets, and useful information that go along with the NMA HCV Executive Management Master Book. This comprehensive training and reference manual for housing choice voucher (HCV) program supervisors, program managers, and executive directors includes information on:

  • Policies and policy development
  • Managing the program elements
  • Financial management
  • Section 504 compliance and managing nondiscrimination
  • Maintaining program integrity
  • Organizational structure
  • Managing staff, ethics, and leadership
  • Quality control and planning
  • Managing the family self-sufficiency (FSS) program
  • Project-based vouchers
  • SEMAP
  • Organizational development
  • Strategic thinking and planning

The revision service is available to ensure the NMA HCV Executive Management Master Book stays up to date. Click here to view the table of contents.

Do you have the most current version of this Master Book?

Below are the issue dates for the previous revisions to the HCV Executive Management Master Book:

2018:
For 2018, the HCV Executive Management Master Book has been brought current with all recent HUD requirements and guidance, including the following:

  • Revisions clarifying certain provisions of the VAWA 2013 final rule, as specified in Notice PIH 2017-08
  • Changes brought about by Notice PIH 2017-12, which updated administrative guidance for the effective and mandated use of the EIV system
  • Revisions encompassing the guidance set forth in Notice PIH 2017-20, which covered the implementation of certain provisions of the Housing Opportunity through Modernization Act of 2016 (HOTMA) governing Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspections
  • Modifications for Notice PIH 2017-21, which provided guidance on implementing certain HCV and PBV provisions of HOTMA
  • Edits to account for the guidance in Notice PIH 2018-01, which covered the most recent changes in fair market rent (FMR), payment standard, and rent reasonableness requirements in the HCV program as set forth in the SAFMR final rule
  • An entirely new Chapter 8, which incorporates the changes specified above in addition to providing a broader view encompassing the management of the HCV program
  • Other modifications for clarity, accuracy, and ease of reading

2017: For 2017, the HCV Executive Management Master Book has been brought current with all recent HUD requirements and guidance, including the following:

  • Changes brought about by the final rule on small area fair market rents (SAFMRs), published November 16, 2016, specifically as relevant to rent reasonableness and changes in payment standard amounts
  • Modifications per the HOTMA implementation guidance published in the Federal Register on January 18, 2017, which revised some requirements for inspections, the Project-Based Voucher program, and special housing types
  • Multiple revisions to account for changes brought about by the final rule implementing VAWA 2013, also published November 16, 2016
  • Other fair housing-related changes with respect to the OGC guidance on harassment and discriminatory practices, the use of nuisance ordinances, and limited English Proficiency, respectively
  • Other modifications for clarity, accuracy, and ease of reading

2016: For 2016, the Housing Choice Voucher Executive Management Master Book has been brought current with all recent regulatory requirements and guidance, including:

  • Sweeping changes brought about by the Streamlining Administration Regulations Final Rule, issued March 8, 2016, including modifications regarding verification, utility reimbursements, annual and interim reexaminations, and inspection protocol, among other areas of program administration
  • Changes to account for the Streamlining Portability Final Rule, issued August 20, 2015
  • The addition of a new section on required PHA policies and policy development, with a focus on the consolidated plan, the PHA plan, the assessment of fair housing (AFH), and the administrative plan
  • Updates regarding the use of arrest records in denials and terminations per Notice PIH 2015-19
  • Other minor modifications and clarifications to bring the content current with HUD regulations and guidance

You must purchase a NMA Master Book in order to subscribe to the accompanying revision service. We can initiate a revision service as long as you purchase that revision service before a new revision has been issued. After a new revision is issued, you can initiate (or reinstate) for $189 plus a $75 reinstatement fee.

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