Reinventing HUD

6 commentscomments closed

  1. Many of the comments to improve HUD would apply well to any organization.

  2. Many of the comments to improve HUD would apply well to any organization.

  3. I have a mixed opinion on the article. I agree with the article that working with HUD can sometimes be difficult because of the rules and regulations of the agency and the individual programs, however, I felt that the article was overly critical of HUD. It seemed to only include comments from those former and current HUD employees who were or are dissatisfied with the way the Department is run.

  4. I have a mixed opinion on the article. I agree with the article that working with HUD can sometimes be difficult because of the rules and regulations of the agency and the individual programs, however, I felt that the article was overly critical of HUD. It seemed to only include comments from those former and current HUD employees who were or are dissatisfied with the way the Department is run.

  5. The article was interesting, and makes a lot of sense.

    The only thing that I take comfort in is seeing that we are not the only ones who have these issues with this arduous process. It seems to be systemic, and significant enough of an issue for HUD staff as well as HUD partners, that it needs to be dealt as a whole agency.

    The part that interests me the most in the article deals with decision making, and of moving the decision making power to the front line. From experience, the HUD staff seems to want to be able to fix things, but often have their hands tied.

    Hopefully someone will figure out a way to help streamline the process and the agency!!!

  6. The article was interesting, and makes a lot of sense.

    The only thing that I take comfort in is seeing that we are not the only ones who have these issues with this arduous process. It seems to be systemic, and significant enough of an issue for HUD staff as well as HUD partners, that it needs to be dealt as a whole agency.

    The part that interests me the most in the article deals with decision making, and of moving the decision making power to the front line. From experience, the HUD staff seems to want to be able to fix things, but often have their hands tied.

    Hopefully someone will figure out a way to help streamline the process and the agency!!!