NAHMA HUD Update: Pay for Success (PFS) 60-day PRA Now Available for Comments
Please find information from HUD regarding a Pay For Success (PFS)-style demonstration program for achieving energy and water savings in multifamily housing. To view the Federal Register notice on HUD’s intent to collect information for the forthcoming PFS program, please click here. To view the draft NOFA for the Multifamily Energy and Water Conservation Pay For Success Pilot, please click here.
The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act of 2015 authorizes HUD to establish a Pay For Success (PFS)-style demonstration program for achieving energy and water savings in the multifamily assisted housing stock. The intent to collect information for the forthcoming PFS program is now posted on the Federal Register for the required 60-day public comment period per the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA). View it here. Comments are due by July 8, 2019. After comments are reviewed and addressed, it will be posted again on the Federal Register for a 30-day PRA public comment period.