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  • 7/23/2010 Urban Affairs Weekly Newsletter

    A weekly look at recent and upcoming events in urban policy from the Office of Urban Affairs.


  • 7/16/2010 Urban Affairs Weekly Newsletter

    A weekly look at recent and upcoming events in urban policy from the Office of Urban Affairs.


  • Watch and Engage: A Conversation on Sustainable Communities

    The leadership of the Sustainable Communities Partnership invites you to participate in a live chat tomorrow, July 15 at 2:00 PM EDT on an unprecedented agreement to coordinate Federal housing, transportation, and environmental investments.


  • 7/9/2010 Urban Affairs Weekly Newsletter

    A weekly look at recent and upcoming events in urban policy from the Office of Urban Affairs.


  • Urban Update: Sustainable Communities

    The Sustainable Communities Partnership team describes the progress they've made over the last year and invite you to join them in a Live Chat next Thursday, July 15 at 2:00pm EST.


  • Urban Update

    This is the first in a series of blogs that will detail the work of the White House Office of Urban Affairs in coordinating the development of a national urban policy agenda.


  • 7/2/2010 Urban Affairs Weekly Newsletter

    A weekly look at recent and upcoming events in urban policy from the Office of Urban Affairs.


  • Place-Based Investments

    Last week, the Administration issued the second annual place-based policy guidance as part of the preparation for the FY 2012 budget, building on last year's efforts to take a comprehensive look at how federal policy impact places and the people who live there.


  • 6/25/10 Urban Affairs Weekly Newsletter

    A weekly look at recent and upcoming events in urban policy from the Office of Urban Affairs.


  • A Giant Leap Toward Smarter Development and Better Government

    Yesterday, HUD Secretary Donovan announced the Sustainable Communities Regional Planning grant, building on the work and success of the Sustainable Communities Partnership. These efforts are prime examples of President Obama's broader urban and metropolitan agenda that aims to break down traditional government silos and leverage resources to invest in cities and metros in a comprehensive and integrated way.


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