In May 2000, HUD selected DHCR and the New York State Housing Trust Fund Corporation (HTFC) as New York State's Contract Administrator (PBCA) for the Section 8 Project-Based Program. Since that time, the portfolio assigned to HCR/HTFC stands at 1,000 contracts covering 97,732 units.
As the HUD-designated Contract Administrator for New York State, HCR/HTFC is directly responsible to HUD for all program functions and reporting requirements, provides general program oversight and input on policy development and performs a quality assurance function for all assigned tasks.
Day-to-day functions involved in this program initiative include conducting management and occupancy reviews, adjusting contract rents, paying monthly Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) vouchers to project owners, processing HAP Contract renewals, terminations and/or opt-outs and responding to health and safety issues. In October 2011, HUD amended the work scope of the PBCA contract and removed the requirement to conduct management and occupancy reviews on HUD's behalf during the term of the amended contract.
These functions are carried out by and through a contract with a Private Sector Partner (PSP). Pursuant to a competitive procurement process, CGI was selected as the PSP effective December 1, 2005.
We invite you to visit the PBCA website of New York at http://www.pbcany.com. This website will serve as an informational resource for owners and agents of the HCR/HTFC Section 8 Project-Based portfolio.
If you have any questions on this matter, please direct them to Jackie Robotti, Project Director, Project Based Section 8 Contract Administration at 518-486-5147 or email@example.com.
Last updated on 12/20/12