Describes the functions and procedures of the housing allowance offices established to administer a housing allowance program at the sites chosen for the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment. The following topics are included: provision of public information, screening and enrollment of applicants, provision of equal-opportunity and housing-information services, inspection and certification of dwelling units, disbursement of housing allowances, recertification of recipient eligibility, review of grievances, and obligations and privileges of principal parties.
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