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People On The Move 10.9.14
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People On The Move 10.9.14

See who has new positions at McCormack Baron Salazar, WNC, LISC, and other... Read more

Developer Focuses on Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Its Home Region
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Developer Focuses on Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Its Home Region

Holly Wiedemann, president of Lexington, Ky.–based AU Associates, shares how her... Read more

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People On The Move 2.24.14

Read who has new posts at Boston Financial, CREA, Nixon Peabody, Lancaster Pollard, Bellwether Enterprise, Greystone, and other firms. Read more

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Rooting Out Jackson's Legacy

WASHINGTON, D.C. —I did not celebrate when Alphonso Jackson resigned as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on March 31. Read more

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Jackson's Resignation: Opening New Chapter at HUD?

A troubled era in the 42-year history of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) ended when Alphonso Jackson resigned last month as the agency's 13th secretary. Read more

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HUD Contracting Faces New Scrutiny

A second internal investigation has raised fresh concerns about lax oversight and administration of contracts awarded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Read more

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MISSISSIPPI

JACKSON—The priorities and rules for low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) applications in Mississippi are little changed for 2008. Read more

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HUD Contracting Investigation Heats Up

The contracting practices of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are under investigation by at least four federal law enforcement bodies as charges continue to surface about corruption and favoritism in contracting decisions Read more

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Jackson’s Stake in HOPE VI Questioned

Alphonso Jackson, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Read more

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HUD Contracting Investigation Heats Up

The contracting practices of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are under investigation by at least four federal law enforcement bodies as charges continue to surface about corruption and favoritism in contracting decisions. Read more

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