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Too often, contracts, particularly construction projects are affected by disputes resulting in costly claims against the housing authority. This course will provide the contract administrator with proven techniques to settle disputes at their inception, before they become formal claims or lawsuits.

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If you're among the growing number of housing staff managing the construction phase of a capital improvement program, this tough-minded training is for you. The only training session of its kind for housing authorities, the content covers HUD and industry-required duties and responsibilities -- from the moment you decide what work to do to the moment construction is completed.

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The Capital Fund, a comprehensive formula-driven program, is designed to respond to the capital and management improvement requirements of public housing. However, project-based budgeting and accounting is now applied to all programs and revenue sources that support projects under an ACC including the Capital Fund. If you are unsure how to administer your Capital Fund Program under the new Asset Management rule, this program is for you. Do you know which activities are bound by the Capital Fund Program rules and the Annual PHA Plan requirements and which will change with the implementation of asset management? Do you know how to convert to a “fee-for-service” Capital Fund model? The administrative strategies you implement now will greatly impact the success of your program. This training is now updated with the latest requirements for the “project-based” Capital Fund and as always, provides you with practical methods and tools to succeed.

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This program is designed to teach and enhance the management skills necessary to avoid project disruptions, maintain open and productive communications among all parties, set and meet deadlines without last minute scrambling, build effective teams, organize, make decisions, solve problems, avoid disputes, and bring the project to a successful conclusion.
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The Capital Fund Formula Rule at 24 CFR 905.10(i) provides that a public housing agency (PHA) may receive Replacement Housing Factor (RHF) funding for units demolished or disposed of after October 1999.
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This course is deigned for those new to the design-build process for modernization and new development of housing. The course will present in-depth and practical information on the roles of each party and the technical and contractual risks each party faces when entering into a design-build contract.
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Successful programs to provide opportunities for residents doesn't just happen. It takes knowledge of the program's rules and regulations, an implementation plan, and proven methodologies. This two day course will provide you with the required knowledge, skills, and tools to enable you and your agency or group to administer successful and ongoing resident programs.
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Construction is a high-risk industry. For housing agencies who elect to use force account construction, the risk can be devastating. The HA must clearly demonstrate to HUD that the use of force account is more beneficial than contract construction. This means that an HA has primarily the same risks as construction companies. A force account manager must have expertise in project management, procurement and contract management, logistic management, decision-making management, information systems, financial and dispute management, and personnel management. Without that expertise, the contractor is doomed to failure.
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