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Question:
What will be an EIV related finding during an MOR?

Answer:

The following is a list of potential MOR findings as prescribed by HUD.

What is considered a Management and Occupancy Review
(MOR) Finding?
(Mandatory EIV Use)

1.

O/A does not have access to EIV

2.

O/A is not using EIV for recertifications effective June 1, 2010

3.

Missing/incomplete EIV documents as listed on the Addendum C.
(Email HUD Headquarters immediately to Terminate the coordinator’s/user’s access at the following address: mf_alert@hud.gov)

  • Name, property, MOR date and missing documentation
  • Advise O/A mitigate and contact CA to reinstate access

4.

Rules of Behavior for non-system users missing where applicable

5.

EIV data being shared with other entities, e.g., state officials monitoring tax credit projects, rural Housing staff monitoring Section 515 projects, or Service Coordinators

6.

EIV data not kept secure

7.

O/A has not updated Policies and Procedures to include EIV use

8.

O/A has not updated Tenant Selection Plan to include use of Existing Tenant Search

9.

EIV Income Reports are not in tenant files as third party verification

10.

Tenant files do not have documentation to support EIV income discrepancy resolution

11.

O/A is not using Existing Tenant Search

12.

O/A is not reviewing New Hires Report

13.

Unresolved Failed Verification (SSA Identity Test) and Pre-screening discrepancies

14.

Deceased Tenants Report has not been reviewed and/or errors corrected

15.

Multiple Subsidy Report has not been reviewed and/or errors corrected

16.

O/A is not following HUD’s record retention requirements

17.

Missing/Incomplete form HUD-9887

18.

O/A is not providing tenants with the EIV& You brochure when selected from waiting list to move-in and at annual recertification

19.

Individuals having access to the EIV system or data had annual security training

20

O/A is sharing access Ids and passwords

 

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