HUD developed the Research Partnerships vehicle to allow greater flexibility in addressing important policy questions and to better utilize external innovations and effectiveness of programs affecting residents of urban, suburban, rural, and expertise in evaluating the local tribal areas. HUD is interested in research that will help the Department support underserved communities and advance equity. Examples of potentially useful research include promoting self-sufficiency, enhancing rental assistance, control of lead hazards, and reducing homelessness.
HUD is interested in research that will help the Department support underserved communities and advance equity. Examples of potentially useful research include: (more ideas for each example is in the NOFO here)
- Promote self-sufficiency and economic opportunity
- Enhance rental assistance
- Reduce homelessness
- Support sustainable homeownership and financial viability
- Control of lead hazards and other hazards in homes under the Healthy Homes Initiative
- Provide effective and equitable disaster recovery
- Opportunity Zones
- Reduce e barriers to affordable housing, including land use and zoning policies
- Fair Housing Act
- Equity and impact of the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD)
- Accessibility in the HCV program
- Climate Resilience, Environmental Justice, and Energy Efficiency Across the Housing Sector
More details on HUD's Fiscal Year 2022 Funding Opportunities here.
Shea Johnson, Director of Georgia Operations firstname.lastname@example.org