North Carolina Housing Finance Agency Should Improve Performance Management and Reexamine How It Distributes Resources to Localities (June 2020)

The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) manages 16 programs and partners with the Department of Health and Human Services on 5 additional programs to address a range of housing needs for low- and moderate-income households. NCHFA uses a local partner funding model for some of these programs, which contributes to uneven implementation across the state. Beyond this programmatic issue, NCHFA has a limited strategic planning process and performance management system, hampering evaluation of the Agency’s programs. NCHFA is required to report to the General Assembly on several topics, but the required reports are incomplete and could be improved to provide more instructive information.

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