Performance-Based Contract Administration (PBCA) Program for the Administration of Project Based Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments Contracts

The purpose of HUD’s PBCA program is to implement the policy of the United States, as established in section 2 of the 1937 Act, of assisting States and their political subdivisions in addressing the shortage of affordable housing and of vesting the maximum amount of responsibility and flexibility in

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program administration in PHAs that perform well.

The PBCA program furthers these policies by effectuating the authority explicitly provided under section 8(b)(1) of the 1937 Act for HUD to enter into ACCs with PHAs for the administration of Section 8 HAP contracts.

For the project-based programs authorized under Section 8, the 1937 Act authorizes HUD to enter into an ACC with a PHA as defined in section 3(b)(6)(A) of the 1937 Act.

The ACC is the funding mechanism to support the PHA’s public purpose in making assistance payments to Section 8 project owners.

The ACC includes Exhibit A, section 4 of which includes a detailed treatment of the Administrative Fee.

Section 5, “Performance Requirements Summary” (PRS), includes a table that specifies the Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) for performance of each of the 8 Performance-Based Tasks (PBTs), the Performance-Based Allocation Percentage, the method used to evaluate performance, and the frequency with which HUD will assess and pay the Basic Administrative Fee Earned.

Related Programs

Performance Based Contract Administrator Program

Department of Housing and Urban Development


Agency: Department of Housing and Urban Development

Office: None

Estimated Funding: $260,000,000


Who's Eligible



Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Application Package and Instructions Download using CFDA Number ONLY.

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible applicants are qualified PHAs.

The applicant’s RLO must identify the applicant entity as one of the following: A general or special purpose governmental entity: Such governmental entities include a: 1.

State, municipality, housing authority, or governmental public benefit corporation; 2.

A multi-state, interstate or regional governmental entity; or 3.

An instrumentality entity.

Any and all determinations concerning an applicant’s legal eligibility rest solely with HUD.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://apply07.grants.gov/apply/forms_apps_idx.html

Contact:
An applicant may contact Mr. Kerry E. Hickman by telephone 202-402- 3885(this is not a toll-free number).

Agency Email Description:
Agency Contact Person for this opportunity

Agency Email:
Kerry.E.Hickman@hud.gov

Date Posted:
2012-03-09

Application Due Date:
2012-06-11

Archive Date:
2012-06-17



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