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HUD investigation finds no compliance issues with Navajo Housing Authority

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The United States Department of Housing & Urban Development released a Final Monitoring Report on the Navajo Housing Authority in which it found that “project performance requirements and monitoring have been significantly improved.” The report concludes that the Navajo Housing Authority is in full compliance with federal housing statutes and regulations.

The Housing & Urban Development (HUD) report also acknowledges Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) for developing and implementing internal reforms addressing past challenges.

From March 11-17, a team of HUD officials visited the Navajo Nation and interviewed NHA staff and board members, and visited six of 10 project sites that were profiled and scrutinized in a newspaper series in early December 2016.


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