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HUD’s IMS Data Conversion and Cloud Migration Project Selects EIDOS Technologies as a Prime Contractor

  MANASSAS, VA./ DECEMBER 05, 2018 (STL.News) The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has selected Manassas-based EIDOS Technologies as the Prime Contractor to manage its Inventory Management System (IMS) data conversion and cloud migration projects. HUD selected EIDOS based on the company’s expertise to mitigate and manage risks on all its projects … Continue reading HUD’s IMS Data Conversion and Cloud Migration Project Selects EIDOS Technologies as a Prime Contractor

HUD-Held Vacant Loan Sale 2019-1 (“HVLS 2019-1”) to Include Non-Profit Pools

  WASHINGTON/  Nov. 23, 2018 (STL.News) — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) has announced a HUD-Held Vacant Loan Sale (“HVLS 2019-1”) to be held on December 12th, 2018. HUD will be offering pools of due and payable Secretary-Held first lien loans secured by 1 to 4 unit, vacant properties where the … Continue reading HUD-Held Vacant Loan Sale 2019-1 (“HVLS 2019-1”) to Include Non-Profit Pools

Alabama News: Former Montgomery Lawyer, Christopher B. Pitts Receives 37-Month Sentence for Defrauding HUD of Over $1 Million

Montgomery, Ala. – On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, Christopher B. Pitts, 48 years old and a Georgia resident who was previously a practicing attorney in Montgomery, Alabama, received a 37-month sentence for devising a scheme to commit wire fraud affecting a financial institution. United States District Judge L. Scott Coogler sentenced Pitts after he pleaded … Continue reading Alabama News: Former Montgomery Lawyer, Christopher B. Pitts Receives 37-Month Sentence for Defrauding HUD of Over $1 Million

South Dakota News: SIOUX FALLS, JUSTICE DEPARTMENT REPORTS MAJOR INCREASES IN VICTIM REPORTING AND NUMBER OF LAWSUITS FILED IN ONE YEAR SINCE LAUNCH OF INITIATIVE TO COMBAT SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN HOUSING

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – United States Attorney Ron Parsons and the Justice Department today announced the one-year anniversary of its initiative to combat sexual harassment in housing. Since its launch in October 2017 and nationwide expansion in April 2018, the Department has seen a major upswing in both reporting and enforcement. Over the past year, … Continue reading South Dakota News: SIOUX FALLS, JUSTICE DEPARTMENT REPORTS MAJOR INCREASES IN VICTIM REPORTING AND NUMBER OF LAWSUITS FILED IN ONE YEAR SINCE LAUNCH OF INITIATIVE TO COMBAT SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN HOUSING

Connecticut News: Vernon, ALLAN MANN, JR., Man Who Abducted Son in Canada in 1987 Located and Arrested in Connecticut

Vernon, Connecticut – A man who is alleged to have kidnapped his 21-month old son in Canada in 1987 was arrested this morning in Vernon, Connecticut. U.S. Attorney John H. Durham, U.S. Marshal Brian J. Taylor, and Special Agent in Charge Christina D. Scaringi of the Office of Inspector General, U.S. Department of Housing and … Continue reading Connecticut News: Vernon, ALLAN MANN, JR., Man Who Abducted Son in Canada in 1987 Located and Arrested in Connecticut

Use of Disparate Impact Remains in Question as HUD Considers Change Which Could Affect Tenant Screening, Opines TenantScreeningUSA.com

WALTHAM, MASS./ SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 (STL.News) Recently the Department of Housing and Urban Development began a review of the use of Disparate Impact as a legal apparatus in cases of discrimination as related to housing. Adam Almeida, President and CEO of TenantScreeningUSA.com, opines: “Currently more and more entities are commenting on how HUD should look … Continue reading Use of Disparate Impact Remains in Question as HUD Considers Change Which Could Affect Tenant Screening, Opines TenantScreeningUSA.com

U.S. Department of Housting and Urban Development (HUD) News: HUD Approves $1.5 Billion disaster Recovery Plan in Puerto Rico

WASHINGTON – U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson Monday announced HUD has approved a $1.5 billion disaster recovery plan to help citizens in Puerto Rico to recover from Hurricanes Irma and Maria.  Puerto Rico recently submitted the plan for HUD’s review which primarily focuses on the restoration of damaged and destroyed … Continue reading U.S. Department of Housting and Urban Development (HUD) News: HUD Approves $1.5 Billion disaster Recovery Plan in Puerto Rico

Florida News: Florida Governor Scott – $616 Million for Affordable Housing and Business Assistance Approved for Florida

TALLAHASSEE, FL – Thursday, following a meeting with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, Governor Rick Scott announced the approval to distribute $616 million to local communities for Florida’s long-term recovery efforts from last year’s hurricane season.  During the meeting, the Governor also discussed the importance of this … Continue reading Florida News: Florida Governor Scott – $616 Million for Affordable Housing and Business Assistance Approved for Florida