HUD Fiscal Year 2002 Capital Fund Program (CFP) Formula Grants by State

The Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations of the Department of Housing and Urban Development is pleased to provide Fiscal Year 2002 Capital Fund Program (CFP) formula grant information by State. By using this online technology, HUD hopes to expedite the formula grants notification process for members while at the same time saving countless human resources and governmental dollars.

The CFP provides grants to Public Housing Agencies (PHA's) for modernization development and management improvements. If applicable, replacement housing amounts have been included in the CFP formula amount. The replacement housing funds are only used to cover the cost of providing replacement housing. There are two types of bonus funds: an award from a total amount of $550 million which is to be provided to PHA's in compliance with fund obligation deadlines and a three percent bonus for PHA's designated high performers under the Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) which became effective for PHA's with fiscal years ending September 30, 2001.

Linked to each state below are the formula amounts PHA's are eligible to receive under the CFP. The data are sorted by state, Congressional District, Congressional Representative's name Housing Authority Code, name of Housing Authority, and shows the amount of money funded for CFP.

You may click on the appropriate link below to view each State's allocation for FY 2002:

Allocations by State

Elected officials who have questions regarding a State's funding for CFP may contact the Grants Management Center at (202) 358-0273 and speak with Michael Diggs, extension 7666, or Virgie Harris, extension 7644.NOTE: Congressional Districts that do not contain a Public Housing Authority are not listed.

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Last Modified: June 21, 2002
Content Archived: March 18, 2010