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Model ACOP and Guide


NMA's Model Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) provides you with expert guidance in a time-saving, user-friendly format, doing the heavy lifting of policy-making for you and potentially saving your agency hundreds of hours of work.

The model ACOP provides the basis for writing your agency’s ACOP by recommending language for each area in which PHAs have discretion or flexibility to develop their own policies. For each policy, the accompanying instruction guide offers important points to consider and customizable policy choices so that you can choose the best policy to suit your agency’s needs. Also, the model ACOP cites and describes HUD regulations and other requirements in detail, which presents your agency with a solid foundation in policy-making.

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NMA's Model Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP)

Subscribing to our revision service ensures that your policy changes with HUD’s regulatory changes. Because the model policy can help your agency attain a thorough and accurate ACOP that covers all the bases, it’s a must-have for managing your public housing program, including policy on:

  • Program and plan overview topics
  • Fair housing and equal opportunity
  • Eligibility and denial of assistance
  • Occupancy standards and unit offers
  • Income and rent determinations
  • Verification, including UIV
  • Waiting list management
  • Tenant selection and unit offers
  • Leasing and inspections
  • Pets
  • Community Service
  • Transfers
  • Terminations
  • Grievances and appeals

Click here to view a sample of the Model ACOP.

Click here to view a sample of the ACOP Guide.

Click here to view the title page and Table of Contents.

2020: For 2020, the Model Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) has been brought current with all recent HUD requirements and guidance, including the following:

  • Clarifications regarding criminal activity as it relates to denial of admission and termination
  • The addition of policies on conducting remote informal hearings
  • Modifications to account for the FAST Act final rule, published May 7, 2020
  • Updates to remove the “old” method of calculating the earned income disallowance (EID) due to its expiration in May 2020
  • Changes regarding assistance animals as specified in Notice FHEO 2020-01
  • Changes to the instruction guide to account for Notice PIH 2019-26, which rescinds Notice PIH 2011-33 on the use of work preferences
  • Other clarifications and modifications to make sure the content is user-friendly, current, and in compliance with all HUD regulations and guidance

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1. on 3/8/2016, said:
Why would any agency use something else? Been using since 1993-5 S8/PH came out after. I recall it was 104 pages, now over 500 of detailed policy updated as needed. Great product. If you paid someone to write from scratch-1-it would cost you more than 5,000 and 2-it would not be as good. Hello?? I am an attorney and do some consulting, I have been asked to write policies, I tell them in good conscious I can not just buy the Nan Mckay....
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