ACCP Public Housing Collaboration
Building a Collaboration Platform Together
Life is often what you make it. ACCP employs key resources to digitally bring together the U.S. service provider community within targeted, pre-defined regions across the United States.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy & Research (HUD) maintains data (click to view HUD data source). Assistance provided under HUD programs falls into four categories: public housing, tenant-based, privately owned, and project-based.
In public housing, local housing authorities receive allocations of HUD funding to build, operate or make improvements to housing. The housing is owned by the local authorities. Public housing is a form of project-based subsidy because households may receive assistance only if they agree to live at a particular public housing project
ACCP is a digital collaboration platform that has developed new connection points between the multiple stakeholders engaged in the now over +$700 Billion of U.S. Entitlement.
Lead Principle Investigators
The Council Exchange Board of Trade's Looking Forward Research & Development Directorate is managed to serve the common business and economic interest of CEBOT members and the communities they serve.
Building a Better Delivery System
Evidence-Based Policymaking works to determine the optimal arrangement for which administrative data on federal programs and tax expenditures, survey data, and related statistical data series may be integrated and made available to facilitate program evaluation, continuous improvement, policy-relevant research, and cost-benefit analysis. The digital collaboration supported by ACCP works to discover how best to incorporate outcomes measurement, institutionalize randomized controlled trials, and rigorous impact analysis into program design and implementation.
Economic Equalization Website
Council Exchange Board of Trade Research
Documents & Public Comments
Public Comment on Qualified Opportunity Zone Tracking
Outcomes matter, particularly as it relates to community based investments strategies and impact analysis.
Public Comment on HUD EnVision Centers
The HUD EnVision Center was a key element of research and development for ACCP and the CEBOT research Team.
Briefing to U.S. Health & Human Services on Workforce Readiness
Ongoing policy research and discovery includes in person meetings with government executives