24 CFR 902.25 - Physical condition scoring and thresholds.

§ 902.25 Physical condition scoring and thresholds.
(a) Scoring. Under the physical condition indicator, a score will be calculated for individual projects, as well as for the overall condition of a PHA's public housing portfolio.
(b) Overall PHA physical condition indicator score. The overall physical condition indicator score is a unit-weighted average of project scores. The sum of the unit-weighted values is divided by the total number of units in the PHA's portfolio to derive the overall physical condition indicator score.
(c) Thresholds.
(1) The project or projects' 100-point physical condition score is converted to a 40-point basis for the overall physical condition indicator score. The project scores on the 100-point basis are multiplied by .40 in order to derive a 40-point equivalent score to compute the overall physical condition score and overall PHAS score.
(2) In order to receive a passing score under the physical condition indicator, the PHA must achieve a score of at least 24 points, or 60 percent.
(3) A PHA that receives fewer than 24 points will be categorized as a substandard physical condition agency.

Title 24 published on 2014-04-01

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