Recent Technical Assistance

  • Contracted by HUD to provide technical assistance services to 35 HOPE VI Grantees specifically related to the CSS component of their HOPE VI project. The TA shall include strategic assessments, CSS workplan development, off-site and on-site TA to ensure that the grantee is moving towards meeting the goals and objectives of the workplan and evaluating/monitoring grantee performance. 2002-Present

  • Subcontracted to manage the Community and Supportive Services program for the Housing Authority of the City of Hagerstown. EDTEC will ensure that the CSS approach for original residents are clear, effective, properly documented and captured in the workplan. Also, it is EDTEC's responsibility to address relocation, community task force, resident participation, and Section 3 issues as they relate to the CSS process. 2002-Present

  • Subcontracted to provide technical assistance services to designated Customer Services and Amenities (CSA) Grantees for HUD. Services shall encompass off-site and on-site TA, evaluating/monitoring at-risk grantees, conducting TA workshops and collecting best practice information on program successes for dissemination to CSA program grantees. 2001-Present

  • Providing Community and Supportive (CSS) Plan technical assistance services to the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District. 2000-Present

  • Provided technical assistance to up to 48 HOPE VI grantees in 33 cities in support of HUD's Community Self Sufficiency initiative. 1997-2001

  • Designed and implemented technology assessment effort for national non-profit organization to assess and assist their member organization use technology as a management tool. 2000

  • Provided a wide variety of services directly to PHA staff under Twenty/20 Educational Community program (formerly Campus of Learners). Services assisted PHA staff overcome barriers to successful program implementation. 1998-2000

  • Under a HUD contract, provided technical assistance to 136 TOP grantee organizations in 9 cities and Puerto Rico. 1998-2000

  • Completed a multi task assignment for the Chicago Housing Authority which included evaluating resident services, developing financing options to support the home ownership programs underway, training for supervisory staff and residents, planning for the computerization of resident centers and the development of a youth computer related business. 1997-1998

  • Initiated HUD national Youth Entrepreneurship Demonstration program with the Philadelphia Housing Authority and the Los Angeles Housing Authority. Completed a Spanish language youth entrepreneurship curriculum for use in the Los Angeles Housing Authority Demonstration project. 1996-1997

  • Managed entrepreneurship education program for Camden Board of Education.