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-increasing public and building
- provides operating subsidies for industry awareness of the dangers of public housing agencies (PHA's) and lead-based paint poisoning and the Indian housing authorities (IHA's), options for detection, risk reduction, and including procedures for reviewing the abatement;
management of public housing agencies; - encouraging the development of -administers the comprehensive safer, more effective, and less costly improvement assistance and methods for detection, risk reduction, comprehensive grant programs for and abatement; and
modernization of low-income housing - encouraging State and local
projects to upgrade living conditions, governments to develop lead-based paint correct physical deficiencies, and programs covering primary prevention, achieve operating efficiency and including public education, contractor economy; certification, hazard reduction, financing,
-administers the Resident Initiatives and enforcement.
Program for resident participation,
resident management, homeownership, For further information, contact the Director, Office of Lead-Based Paint Abatement and
economic development and supportive Poisoning Prevention. Phone, 202-755-1785. services, and drug-free neighborhood
programs; Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and
-protects tenants from the hazards of Equal Opportunity This office
lead-based paint poisoning by requiring administers:
PHA's and IHA's to comply with HUD -fair housing laws and regulations regulations for the testing and removal of prohibiting discrimination in public and
lead-based paint from low-income private housing on the basis of race,
housing units; color, religion, sex, national origin,
-implements and monitors program handicap, or familial status;
requirements related to program equal opportunity laws and
eligibility and admission of families to regulations prohibiting discrimination in
public and assisted housing, and tenant HUD-assisted housing and community income and rent requirements pertaining development programs on the basis of to continued occupancy; race, handicap, sex, age, or national -administers the HOPE VI and origin;
vacancy reduction programs; -the Fair Housing Assistance program -administers the Section 8 voucher to provide financial and technical
and certificate programs and the assistance to State and local government
Moderate Rehabilitation program; agencies to implement local fair housing - coordinates all departmental laws and ordinances; and
housing and community development -the Community Housing Resources programs for Indian and Alaskan Boards (CHRB's) program to provide Natives; and grants for fair housing activities such as -awards grants to PHA's and IHA's outreach and education, identification of for the construction, acquisition, and institutional barriers to fair housing, and operation of public and Indian housing complaint telephone hotlines.
projects, giving priority to projects for
larger families (3 or more bedrooms) and For further information, contact the Assistant Secretary for fair Housing and Equal Opportunity.
acquisition of existing units. Phone, 202-708-4252.
For further information, contact the Office of
Public and Indian Housing. Phone, 202-708-0950. Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing This office:
Government National Mortgage -administers public and Indian Association This office, also known as housing programs, including rental and Ginnie Mae (GNMA), is a Government homeownership programs, and provides corporation, who's purpose is to support technical and financial assistance in the Government's housing objectives by: planning, developing, and managing -establishing secondary market low-income projects;
facilities for residential mortgages;
-guaranteeing mortgage-backed securities composed of FHA-insured or VA-guaranteed mortgage loans that are issued by private lenders and guaranteed by GNMA with the full faith and credit of the United States; and
--through its mortgage-backed securities programs, increasing the
overall supply of credit available for
The field offices of the Department have For information concerning the boundaries prescribed by the Secretary. detailed jurisdiction of an office, contact Each field office is headed by a
the nearest area office. Secretary's Representative, who is
The field activities of the Office of the responsible to the Secretary for the Inspector General are carried out management of the offices within the through the field offices listed in the prescribed area.
Omcor In Charge Tolophone NEW ENGLANDMassachusetts
Rm. 375, 10 Causeway St., Boston, A Cynthia Leon (SA) 617-586-6234
Raymond A. Caroian
NEW YORKNEW JERSEY—Now York
A Paul Kane (A)
Edward F. Momorella
212-264-4174 212-264 8082 215 656 0600
Robert J. Brickley 215-656-3410
(SA) OIG CAPITAL DISTRICT OFFICE-De Office of Inspector General Capital Janice Le Roy (A) 202-708-0351
partment of Housing and Urban Devet District Office, Rm. 3154, 451 7th Kenneth J. Damall 202-708-0387 opment
St. SW., Washington, DC 20410 (SA) SOUTHEAST/CARIBBEAN-Georgia 75 Spring St. SW., Atlanta, 30303– Davey L Gibson (SR) 404-331-5138
Kathryn M. Kuht 404 331-3369
Emil J. Schuster (SA) 404-301-5155 MIDWEST—Illinois
77 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. Edwin W. Eisendrath 312-353-5680 60604 3507
(SR) Dale L Chouteau (A) 312-353-7832 Robert C. Groves 312-353-4196
(SA) SOUTHWEST-Texas P.O. Box 2905, 1600 Throckmorton, Stephen R.
817-885-5401 Ft. Worth, 76113-2905
(SA) GREAT PLAINS—Kansas/Missouri Gateway Twr. II, 400 State Ave., Joseph J. O'Hern 913-551-5462
Kansas City, KS 66101-2406
(SR) Joseph R. Aguirre (A) 913-551-5870
Nancy S. Brown (SA) 913-551-5866 ROCKY MOUNTAINS_Colorado 1st Interstate Twr. N., 633 17th St., Anthony J.
303-672-5440 Denver, 80202-3607
Area/State Offices Department of Housing and Urban Development-Continued
(SR: Secretary's Representative; A: District Inspector General for Audit; SA: Special Agent in Charge)
Inquiries on the following subjects should be directed to the nearest field office or to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street SW., Washington, DC 20410. Phone, 202–708–1112 (voice). TDD, 202-708_1455. Directory Locator Phone, 202-7081112 (voice); or 202–708–1455 (TDD). Contracts Contact the Office of Procurement and Contracts (phone, 202– 708–1290); or the Regional Contracting Division at the nearest HUD field office. Property Disposition Single family properties: contact the Property Disposition Division (phone, 202-708– 0740); or the Chief Property Officer at the nearest HUD field office. Multifamily properties: contact the Property Disposition Division (phone, 202–708_ 3343); or the Field Housing Director at the nearest HUD field office. Employment Inquiries and applications should be directed to the headquarters Office of Personnel (phone, 202-708–
0408); or the Personnel Division at the nearest HUD field office. Program Information Center The Center provides viewing facilities for information regarding departmental activities and functions and publications and other literature to headquarters visitors. Phone, 202-708–1420. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests Persons interested in inspecting documents or records under the Freedom of Information Act should contact the Freedom of Information Officer. Phone, 202–708–3054.
Written requests should be directed to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Director, Executive Secretariat, Room 10139, 451 Seventh Street SW., Washington, DC 20410. HUD Hotline The Hotline is maintained by the Office of the Inspector General as a means for individuals to report activities involving fraud, waste, or mismanagement. Phone, 202–708– 4200 or 800–347–3735 (toll-free). TDD, 202-708–2451.
For further information, contact the Office of Public Affairs, 451 Seventh Street SW., Washington, DC 20410. Phone, 202-708-0980.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 1849 C Street NW., Washington, DC 20240 Phone, 202-208-3171
JOSEPH L. SAX ROBERT K. HATTOY
MICHAEL GAULDIN LUCIA A. WYMAN LESLIE M. TURNER
NANCY K. HAYES
SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR
Deputy Chief of Staff
Counselor to the Secretary
Director, Executive Secretariat Director, Office of Regulatory Affairs Special Assistant to the Secretary for Alaska
Special Assistant to the Secretary
Associate Solicitor (Surface Mining)
Deputy Inspector General
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation
Director, National Park Service
ROBERT P. DAVISON
ADA E. DEER
SYLVIA V. BACA
BONNIE R. COHEN
BARRY E. HILL
E. MELODEE STITH
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Deputy Commissioner of Indian Affairs
Reclamation and Enforcement
Director, Ethics Staff
Director, Office of Aircraft Services
WOODROW W. HOPPER, JR.
JODY Z. KUSEK
ROBERT J. LAMB
MARY ANN LAWLER
CLAUDIA P. SCHECHTER
The mission of the Department of the Interior is to protect and provide access to our Nation's natural and cultural heritage and honor our trust responsibilities to tribes. This includes fostering sound use of our land and water resources; assessing and protecting our fish, wildlife, and biological diversity; preserving the environmental and cultural values of our national parks and historical places; and providing for the enjoyment of life through outdoor recreation. The Department assesses our mineral resources and works to ensure that their development is in the best interests of all our people by encouraging stewardship and citizen participation in their care. The Department also has a major responsibility for American Indian reservation communities and for people who live in insular areas under U.S. administration.