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Carla Hills Delivering Remarks in the East Room after Her Swearing-in as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

The Department of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development. President Carter and the Cabinet Secretary Jack Watson conduct th Departmental tours.

Patricia Harris-Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, briefing Mayors and local gov,t officials

The Department of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development. President Carter and Cabinet Secretary Jack Watson conduct the Departmental Tours.

Patricia Harris-Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, briefing Mayors and local gov,t officials

The Department of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development. President Carter and Cabinet Secretary Jack Watson conduct the Departmental tours.

Patricia Harris-Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Stu Eizenstat, briefing black leaders and editors

Jimmy Carter, James McIntyre-Director of Office of Management and Budget,Swearing-in; Patricia Harris-Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Stu Eizenstat briefing black leaders and editors

Stu Eizenstat, Patricia Harris-Sec of Housing and Urban Development

Washington DC, Pennsylvania Avenue

Photograph of President William J. Clinton Speaking at a Reception for "Latino USA"

Terry Hanson, Finance Director for the Office of Urban Development, prepares checks for the signatures of Pat Owens, Mayor of Grand Forks, North Dakota, and Lynn Strauss, Mayor of East Grand Forks, Minnesota. One check will go to each head of the household to people living in the shelter on Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota, as well as the many other victims that suffered losses. Each resident must register with Foundation First in order to receive the money. An anonymous donor made a donation of $2,000 to each resident of the two towns. Many residents of the towns completely lost their homes when the Red River rose to 54 feet

Closeup of the official seal of the Department of Housing and Urban Development

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

Visit of Nigeria Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Mrs. Mobolaji Osomo

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, October 24, 2007 -- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual Assistance representatives Jeanell Holmes, Steve Prejean, and Harold Zachary assist Louisiana residents Gekeita Green and Lakeisha Burke with questions about housing and rental resources in the local area. The Louisiana Center for Workforce Recovery, American Red Cross, AmeriCorps, Consumer Credit Counseling, Louisiana Spirit, Family Helping Families, FEMA, Road Home, and Housing and Urban Development were organizations present to assist residents with transitional recovery opportunities. More than 100 area residents attended the Southern University New Orleans Transitional Housing

[Hurricane Katrina] New Orleans, LA, 10/24/2006 -- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual Assistance representatives Jeanell Holmes, Steve Prejean, and Harold Zachary assist Louisiana residents Gekeita Green and Lakeisha Burke with questions about housing and rental resources in the local area. The Louisiana Center for Workforce Recovery, American Red Cross, AmeriCorps, Consumer Credit Counseling, Louisiana Spirit, Family Helping Families, FEMA, Road Home, and Housing and Urban Development were organizations present to assist residents with transitional recovery opportunities. More than 100 area residents attended the Southern University New Orleans Transitional Housing Resour

[Hurricane Katrina] Bay St. Louis, MS, March 20, 2008 -- Mississippi Congressman Gene Taylor speaks at a press conference in Bay St. Louis. Governor Haley Barbour, U.S. Senator Roger Wicker and U.S. Representative Taylor announced $200 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for Hancock County Katrina recovery projects, including the rebuilding of the Hancock County Jail and financing an extensive renovation of downtown Bay St. Louis. Jennifer Smits/FEMA

[Hurricane Gustav] Washington, DC, August 30, 2008 -- FEMA Administrator David Paulison at a FEMA headquarters press conference where he introduced Federal and volunteer partners. Hurricane Gustav was likely to grow and threatens all Gulf Coast residents. He urged residents to pay attention to the storm which is likely to hit Louisiana. With Mr. Paulison are: Brian Montgomery, Assistant Secretary & Federal Housing Commissioner, U.S. Housing and Urban Development, Joe Becker, Senior Vice President of Disaster Services, American Red Cross, (Mr. Paulison at podium) Sandy K. Baruah, Acting Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration, Rear Admiral W. Craig Vanderwagen, Assistant Secreta

[Hurricane Ike] Houston, TX, September 24, 2008 -- The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today announced a rental assistance program at a press conference. Media coverage is an important part of getting information out to victims of the disaster. Leif Skoogfors/FEMA

[Hurricane Ike] Beaumont, TX, September 26, 2008 -- A mobile home arrives in the Beaumont, TX staging area. FEMA is working with HUD (Housing and Urban Development) and state and local officials to provide temporary housing for residents displaced by Hurricane Ike. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

New Orleans, La. , November 4, 2009 -- At the President's request, the Secretaries of Homeland Security and Housing and Urban Development co-chaired the White House Long-Term Disaster Recovery Working Group in New Orleans today. This high-level, strategic initiative was designed to provide operational guidance for recovery organizations and encouraged stakeholder participation. Stakeholder outreach included State, local and Tribal representatives, as well as a wide array of public and private non-profit organizations. Photo by Manuel Broussard/FEMA.

Tornado - Griffin, Ga. , May 10, 2011 -- Griffin Mayor Joanne Todd (Right) explains the problems her community is facing with (Left to Right) FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Gracia Szczech; Spalding County Commissioner Chairman, Eddie L. Freeman; and Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Shaun Donovan, during a visit to the Ponderosa Mobile Home Park. The area was hard hit by a tornado on April 27, 2011. Judith Grafe/FEMA Photo

Hackensack, N.J., Nov. 16, 2012 -- At the Disaster Recovery Center in Hackensack, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development joins forces with FEMA to provide information to survivors of Hurricane Sandy. State, local and other federal agencies have representatives available at this location and work in tandem with FEMA to assist with the recovery process. Photo by Sharon Karr/FEMA

Lincroft, N.J., Nov. 16, 2012 --Janet Napolitano, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and Shaun Donovan, Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, along with members of Congress, greet FEMA employees at the Joint Field Office where Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts are being coordinated. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Laura McClure, Acting Chief Disaster National Security Offices, of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D. C. , speaks about housing issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country.

Emergency Planning and Security - Overland Park, Kan. , Jan. 10, 2012 -- Ronald Crawford, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Director of Kansas City Multifamily Program Center, speaks about housing issues related to disaster recovery during a breakout session at the National Disaster Recovery Framework event at the University of Kansas, Edwards Campus. The event was hosted by FEMA Region VII. Similar events are being hosted by other regional offices across the country. On the left is Jim Yost, FEMA Region VII Individual Assistance Program Specialist, left, and Cory Fast, Mass Care Specialist, Individual Assistance, FEMA Region VII.

Emergency Planning and Security - Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 18, 2012 -- Laura McClure with Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D. C. , discusses housing concerns at FEMA Region VIII's National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) event Jan. 18 at Utah's Salt Lake City Marriott University Park Hotel. The meeting brought together federal, state and local partners to discuss long-term disaster recovery issues. FEMA photo by Cynthia Hunter

Emergency Planning and Security - Harrisburg, Pa. , Jan. 31, 2012 -- Laura McClure of Department of Housing and Urban Development leads a breakout session on housing issues at the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) workshop with local, state and federal partners. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Moore, Okla., Aug. 30, 2013 -- Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (left) and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Tammye Trevi├▒o (center) walk around an underground safe room in the garage of a newly-constructed home in Moore. Recovery is underway in Moore, where HUD recently announced that the city will receive $26.3 million in a Community Development Block Grant following the EF-5 tornado that struck in May 2013. In addition, the State of Oklahoma will receive $10.6 million to support local recovery efforts following more powerful storms that occurred May 18 - June 2

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Queens, N.Y., Jan. 14, 2013 -- Federal agencies gather for a Recovery Task Force workshop to share information and develop strategies for recovery after Hurricane Sandy. Henry Comas of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (H.U.D.) discusses his agency's role in the recovery effort. The National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) provides guidance for a road map that will help communities engage in pre- and post-disaster planning. It encourages communities to ask questions, identify barriers and generate dialogue around the disaster questions ΓÇ£What would we do if...ΓÇ¥ or ΓÇ£Where do we go from here?ΓÇ¥ K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Moore, Okla., Aug. 30, 2013 -- A banner from students of Newtown, Connecticut to the students of Moore, Oklahoma still hangs in Moore City Hall. The City of Moore recently received a $26.3 million Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help recovery continue from an EF-5 tornado that ravaged the community in May 2012 with winds more than 200 miles per hour

New York, N.Y., June 14, 2013 --Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Shaun Donovan, FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) Michael Byrne and Deputy FCO Willie Nunn met with Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) executives at Bellevue Hospital to discuss repair work taking place in a number of New York City Hospitals damaged during Hurricane Sandy. K.C.Wilsey/FEMA

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

Testimony of Frederick Tombar, Senior Advisor for Disaster Recovery, [at hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (and Related Agencies) of the House Committee on Appropriations, concerning Hurricane Sandy damage, HUD participation in recovery efforts, and long-term rebuilding planning]

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