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HUD-No. 69-0008
Phone (202) 755-6990
FOR RELEASE:
Thursday,
January 2, 19 69
IMPACT OF HUD PROGRAMS
TO BE STUDIED
Improving the effectiveness of major Federal programs is the
aim of a research contract announced today by the U. S. Depart:ment of Housing and Urban Development.
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T. F. Rogers, Director of HUD' s Office of Urban Technology
and Research, .announced the award of a $100,000 contract to the
American Society for Public Administration. The project will study
· severa l of HUD' s programs in terms of their operation in a number
of se lected cities.
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Mr. Rogers noted that "it is on~ of HUD' s prime responsibilities
to insure that states, cities and localities use its assistance programs
to maximu m advantage. The conclusions of this study are expected
to aid both HUD and the cities in improving the results of such Federal
programs as public housing, urban renewal., water and sewer facilitie s,
and open space.
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The National Academy o f Public Administration, working with its
parent organization, the America n Society for Public Administration,
will establish a national panel and individual city panels to conduct
the study. These panels will develop a pattern describing the activities related to the admini stration o f each program surveyed in a city,
and analyze the principal local c ritica l decisions and actions. The ·
panel members will include member s of the Academy a nd residents of
each city to be surveyed who are knowledgeable in public administration
matters.
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Among the questions t o be studied will be the local reaction
to the initiation o f a pro gram ; the nature of Federal, State and lo cal
initiative ; how t he problem t o be solved wa s perceived by various
groups within the community ; whether s killed personnel were available
to carry out t he program, and what the performance rate and effectivene ss has been in the light o f local circumstances.
When the individual city studies are completed, the results will
be assessed on a national scale and general conclusions drawn.
Further information can be obtained from George Graham,
Director, National Academy of Public A_d ministration, 1225 Connecticut.
· Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 20036 •
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