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- Inspector General
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is designed to assist Baltimore Housing management in establishing and monitoring internal controls that promote the integrity, efficiency and overall effectiveness of agency operations and programs. The Inspector General (IG) also prevents, detects, and investigates waste, fraud, and abuse. The IG works closely with the
- Energy and Environmental Programs
The Department of Energy and Environmental Programs is primarily responsible for the implementation of the Housing Authority of Baltimore Citys energy conservation and environmental programs. Typical projects include design and construction of energy and environmental related capital improvement projects such as: Lighting systems; heating systems; water
- Pre & Post Occupancy Program
Pre & Post Occupancy Program (POP) is an initiative developed to increase resident- compliance regarding: the HABC lease, community service requirement, unit upkeep and maintenance, as well as, educate/inform residents of self sufficiency programs and support services available to them in Baltimore City. Who is eligible? Public Housing Residents: New public housing
- Agency Directory
About Us Agency Directory Apprenticeship and Customized Training (ACT) Archives Management Procedure Board of Commissioners Boys and Girls Clubs Building Communities Initiative
- Housing Choice Voucher Program
The Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federally funded, locally administered rental assistance program that helps low-income families, the elderly and the disabled afford decent, safe housing in the private market. More than 3,000 city landlords participate Baltimore's program, which serves approximately 12,000 families.
- Facilities Management
The Office of Facilities Management is responsible for HABC and HCD office space design and construction (including furniture needs and space standards); HABC and HCD non-residential real estate needs (including leases and commercial space); HABC's safety programs; and HABC archiving and file retention activities. Facility Planning and Real Estate - OFM shall process requests for
- VtoV Code Enforcement
Vacants to Value (V2V) is Mayor Rawlings-Blake's initiative to get more of Baltimore's vacant and abandoned properties cleaned up and redeveloped more quickly, efficiently, and economically. V2V is streamlining government processes, targeting resources, and leveraging private investment to maximize the repair and rehabilitation of blighted property.