HUD Training Sessions: Self-Monitoring for Tribal Housing Programs
The Self-Monitoring course is designed to assist Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) recipients to develop an effective program to monitor their activities and those of their sub-recipients. Not only is monitoring a requirement under the law, it demonstrates a recipient’s willingness to be accountable for their performance. Attendees will learn practical ways to conduct monitoring and complete an annual compliance assessment that ensures compliance with NAHASDA’s statutory and regulatory requirements.
- Learn what self-monitoring involves and who has responsibilities in the monitoring process
- Become familiar with all legal and regulatory compliance requirements
- Gain knowledge on how to assess each compliance area and hear tips and suggestions for monitoring.
- Be introduced to ideas on how to conduct your annual compliance assessment
Who should attend?
Housing directors, housing managers, housing staff, tribal council members, housing commissioners, tribal housing committee members, and others involved or interested in the monitoring process are encouraged to attend.