About The Event
U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) requires all Public Housing Agencies to use HUD’s Enterprise and Income Verification (EIV) System. The web-based system is used by PHAs and management agents to verify income and employment information of participating residents in HUD’s rental assistance programs. The information is obtained from local PHAs, State Workforce Agency (SWA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and Social Security Administration (SSA).
To accurately interpret and resolve discrepancies, you must first understand the layout and content of the EIV Income Report.
- What are the Important Benefits of EIV
- EIV Content and sources of information
- WASS use and PIH Accountability
- How PHAs can reduce improper payments
- Improving the screening of tenants
- Creating Identity Creation Reports
- Types of income EIV recognizes when such income “hits” the report and at what frequencies
- Fundamentals of income discrepancies
- Learn what prompts a discrepancy
- Learn how to calculate income earned during the Period of Income (POI) to reconcile income on a Discrepancy Report with income on the Income Report
- Learn how to read and dissect an Income Discrepancy Report
- How to apply an effective methodology to identify and calculate income earned during the Period of Income
- Participants will learn the benefits of using the EIV system
- Identify the federal agencies provided income and employment verification
- Participants will increase knowledge in accessing HUD’s WASS system
- Identify and recover improper payments
- Improve Integrity within the programs
- Reduce time-consuming Administrative procedures to ensure more low-income residents are served.
Who Will Benefit
- Property Owners
- Property Managers
- Compliance Staff
Industries: Construction & Housing, Affordable Housing
Marilyn Patterson-James, M.S. Urban Affairs, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Principal, AMMIRACLE Government/Advisor Consultants - Chair, Southern California Affordable Housing Solutions - U.S. Department of Treasury, Certified Project Reviewer - U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (Retired)-Public & Indian Housing, Community Planning & Development, Labor Compliance, Multifamily, Environmental, Legal Division - California State University (Adjunct Professor)
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