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									Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG)         U.S. Department of Housing            OMB Approval Number
Annual Performance Report                 and Urban Development                 2577-0218 (exp. 05/31/09)
                                          Office of Public and Indian Housing
                                          Office of Native American Programs




                                    Annual Performance Report
                                    Bristol Bay Housing Authority



                                    FY05 Final
                                    FY06 Interim
                                    FY07 Interim
                                    BBHA last edit 3/18/08

                                    These forms meet the minimum requirements for an Annual
                                    Performance Report (APR) required by the United States
                                    Department of Housing and Urban Development. In addition to
                                    these minimum requirements, a tribe/tribally designated housing
                                    entity (TDHE) may elect to prepare a more comprehensive APR. If
                                    a tribe/TDHE elects to prepare a more comprehensive report, the
                                    required elements of this APR must still be submitted on the
                                    prescribed HUD forms.
Annual Performance Report
Under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) (25 U.S.C. 4104 et seq.) HUD will
provide grants, loan guarantees, and technical assistance to Indian tribes and Alaskan Native villages for the development and
operation of low-income housing in Indian areas. Grants will be made to eligible recipients under the Indian Housing Block Grant
Program. To be eligible for the grants, respondents must submit an Indian Housing Plan that meets the minimum requirements of the
Act, consult with residents, prepare Title VI application/certification, submit performance reports, and maintain records for HUD
monitoring and audit review.
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 120 hours per response, including the time for reviewing
instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection
of information. Recipients of Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program funds are required to submit an Annual Performance Report
(APR) to HUD within 60 days of the end of their program year. Statutory reference is contained in the Native American Housing
Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) of 1996, as amended, Sec. 404 Performance Reports. The regulatory reference is
found at 24 CFR Part 1000, sections 512 through 521. Response to the Annual Performance Report is mandatory and is required by
Sections 403 and 404 of NAHASDA and by the regulations at 24 CFR 1000.
The information requested does not lend itself to confidentiality.
This agency may not collect this information, and you are not required to complete this form, unless it displays a currently valid OMB
control number.




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Annual Performance Report
Recipients of NAHASDA funds are required to prepare and submit an Annual Performance Report (APR) within 60 days of
the end of the program year. The APR shall contain the information required below and narrative statements as needed.

The Annual Performance Report consists of the following parts:

Cover sheet - General information on the tribe or TDHE
       Part I - Reporting on the One-Year Indian Housing Plan
                 Table I - Sources of Funds
                 Table II - Uses of Funds
       Part II - Reporting on Program Year Accomplishments
                 Section A - Monitoring
                 Table III - Inspection of Assisted Housing
                 Section B - Audits
                 Section C - Public Accountability
                 Section D - Jobs Created by NAHASDA

Part I (including Tables I and II) – One separate part must be submitted for each open grant.

Part II (including Sections A, B, C, and Table III) – This part is not grant specific. A single part is to be prepared and
submitted at the end of each program year and will cover all open grants.

Part D (including Table IV) – This part is optional.




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                                                          Annual Performance Report
                                                                 Cover Sheet

1. APR is submitted by (mark one):                          TDHE



2. Reporting period for which this APR is prepared: from                           01/01/07      to:            12/31/07
                                                                                 (mm/dd/yy)                  (mm/dd/yy)


3. Recipient Name and Address

Bristol Bay Housing Authority
Box 50
Dillingham, Alaska 99576
4.    Name of Contact Person                                Title                                      Telephone no. (include Area Code)

                                                            Executive Director                         (907) 842-5956
Dave McClure
If APR is submitted by the TDHE
5.    Enter the name of each tribe included in this APR
                                                            Igiugig                                    Naknek
Aleknagik                                                   Ivanof Bay                                 New Stuyahok
Chignik Bay                                                 Bristol Bay Native Corporation             Perryville
Chignik Lagoon                                              Kanatak                                    Portage Creek
Chignik Lake                                                King Salmon                                Port Heiden
Clark’s Point                                               Kokhanok                                   South Naknek
Curyung                                                     Koliganek                                  Twin Hills
Ekuk                                                        Levelock                                   Togiak
Ekwok                                                       Manokotak                                  Ugashik
6. Name of official authorized to submit APR                                      Title

Dave McClure                                                                      Executive Director
Signature                                                                         Date

                                                                   March 28, 2008
Certification: The information contained in this report is accurate and reflects the activities actually accomplished during the
reporting period. Activities planned and accomplished are eligible under applicable statutes and regulations and were
included in the applicable one year activities in the corresponding Indian Housing Plan.

Warning: If you knowingly make a false statement on this form, you may be subject to civil or criminal penalties under
Section 1001 of Title 18 of the United States Code. In addition, any person who knowingly and materially violates any required
disclosure of information, including intentional disclosure, is subject to civil money penalty not to exceed $10,000 for each
violation.

For HUD use only
Date APR is received by HUD                                 Time                                       logged in by




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                                                                                                               BBHA FY05
PART I - REPORTING ON THE ONE-YEAR INDIAN HOUSING
         PLAN (IHP)
One separate Part I (that includes Tables I and II) must be submitted for each open grant.

 Grant Number:              05H0201890

 Enter the date HUD notified you that             03/16/05 (Delayed due to Federal Budget)
                                                    (mm/dd/yy)
 your IHP was found in compliance:

 Is this the final APR for this grant?                           Check one:   yes    x   no

Each year, you develop goals and objectives and performance objectives in the IHP that describe the use of your IHBG
funds. At the end of the program year, you report on the progress made towards achievement of them.

1.        Please report on each of the one-year goals and objectives and report on each of the performance objectives
          identified in the IHP for this reporting period only in a format as follows:
          Note: Goals and Objectives should be reported from inception to the present while the performance objectives
          should be reported for the reporting period only.

Repeat this format for each one year goal and objective(s) and performance objective(s) in the IHP for this grant.



          GOAL            # 5.1                           Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 05.1a
                                                     Self-Monitoring Program
                          Performance Objective      Reports will be prepared by management and presented to
                          # 05.1a                    the Board of Commissioners monthly. These reports will be
                                                     utilized as the basis to amend the IHP if necessary and for
                                                     the next One Year Plan in 2006. Annual meetings will be
                                                     held with Village representatives, with the purpose of
                                                     providing presenting the IHP for the coming year, as well as
                                                     providing training and technical assistance for Village
                                                     Administrators.
                                                     This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)          APR.


          GOAL            # 5.1                      Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 05.1b
                                                     Village Monitoring Program
                          Performance Objective      This performance objective will continue throughout the
                          # 05.1b                    Program Year. Onsite Village monitoring will continue, with
                                                     visits to approximately 20% of the participating villages.
                                                     This goal was previously reported as 100% complete.
                          Accomplishment(s)




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          GOAL            # 5.1                   Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 05.1c
                                                  Balanced Scorecard Framework

                          Performance Objective   The second-year objective includes the completion of the
                          # 05.1c                 Definition Phase i.e. defining the scope of the framework
                                                  (departments, Villages, etc. that will be involved), and
                                                  identifying the linkages between the units, such as financial
                                                  objectives, corporate themes (quality, innovation, etc.), and
                                                  other common elements such as internal supplier/client
                                                  relationships. Responsibilities will be defined and an overall
                                                  implementation plan will be developed. In addition, the
                                                  Consensus-Building phase will begin whereby information is
                                                  exchanged between the project leader(s) and the rest of the
                                                  units in an effort to unify the group, culminating in a group
                                                  workshop
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR.

          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 05.2a
                                                  Modernization (BBHA) Program

                          Performance Objective   The BBHA Modernization Program will be continued, as
                          # 05.2a                 specified in the Comprehensive Grant Program work plan.
                                                  Reducing or substantially eliminating substandard conditions
                                                  related to their housing will assist approximately 40 low-
                                                  income families. During FY 2005, the remaining
                                                  modernization work identified in the 2004 IHP will be
                                                  completed, and work will begin on the modernization work
                                                  associated with the 2005 IHP, with approximately 50% to be
                                                  completed by 12/31/04
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was previously reported as 100% complete.

          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 05.2b
                                                  Modernization (Village) Program
                          Performance Objective   Also, pass-through funds will continue to be allocated to the
                          # 05.2b                 participating villages, who will be encouraged to perform
                                                  modernization work on substandard, privately-owned
                                                  homes.
                                                  This goal is 100% completed by the sub-recipient villages. A
                          Accomplishment(s)       total of 57 homes have been competed to date. This is the
                                                  final report on this APR Goal.
                          No accomplishment       N/A
                          No accomplishment



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                                                                                               BBHA FY05
          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 05.2c
                                                  Operations (1937 Act Units)
                          Performance Objective   BBHA will continue operating within the constraints of the FY
                          # 05.2c                 2005 Operating Budget, and maintaining occupancy and
                                                  vacancy turn-around rates consistent with rates established
                                                  in prior years. Related to the long-term goal of maintaining
                                                  the continuity of assistance, this objective will directly benefit
                                                  over 300 families currently receiving housing assistance
                                                  under the BBHA housing programs by continuing to provide
                                                  them with affordable housing. With respect to the LIHTC
                                                  program, BBHA will continue to act as General Partner of
                                                  two limited partnerships, and will continue to provide reports
                                                  to investors and AHFC as required under Section 42 of the
                                                  Internal Revenue Code. This objective is ongoing
                                                  throughout the Program Year. Measurable objectives
                                                  include provision of required basic fire insurance to all units
                                                  in management, and conveyance to all homeowners who
                                                  have reached payoff status. As determined by historical
                                                  information, housing management expects to have over
                                                  5,000 client contacts in the program year. This includes
                                                  inquiries from prospective as well as current clients.
                                                  Inspections of each unit in management will occur during the
                                                  program year, for both fire safety and program compliance.
                                                  BBHA will provide a total of 5,830 office hours for clients and
                                                  the general public in Bristol Bay, with an average of 7.5-
                                                  office time per day in Dillingham and King Salmon, and 4
                                                  hours per day for 10 months in Nondalton.
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR. .

          GOAL            # 5.3                   Encourage Development of Local Capacity

                          Objective # 05.3a
                                                  Regional Administrative Skills
                          Performance Objective   It is planned that a Regional Training Conference will be
                          # 05.3a                 held in the fall of each Fiscal Year, in conjunction with the
                                                  presentation of the Indian Housing Plan. Village
                                                  Administrators from all villages in the region will be invited,
                                                  and presenters will be selected with skills in the specific
                                                  topics to be addressed. Approximately 18 administrators
                                                  will be trained for 8 hours. A co-curricular credit will be
                                                  granted by the University of Alaska-Fairbanks – Bristol Bay
                                                  Campus for those who also complete minimal academic
                                                  work related to the training.
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR.


                                                                                               BBHA FY05


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          GOAL            # 5.3                   Encourage Development of Local Capacity

                          Objective # 05.3b
                                                  Regional Technical Skills
                          Performance Objective   This objective will maintain momentum in identifying funding
                          # 05.3b                 resources by continuing discussions with interested groups
                                                  and individuals throughout Alaska, as evidenced by periodic
                                                  reports by the BBHA Executive Director to the Board of
                                                  Commissioners. The implementation of this project is
                                                  contingent upon the interest generated and the funding
                                                  sources identified, without relying on funding from the Indian
                                                  Housing Block Grant Program.
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR. .


          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 05.4a
                                                  New Housing Construction
                          Performance Objective   The project location will be determined using need criteria
                          # 05.4a                 developed by BBHA and considering the length of time since
                                                  the last development for each village. It is estimated that
                                                  during FY 2005 the five homes identified in the FY04 IHP will
                                                  be completed and the five homes identified in the FY2005
                                                  IHP will be in the initial stages of planning and development,
                                                  with construction to start in early 2006.
                                                  The five FY04 units for Clarks Point were occupied On April
                          Accomplishment(s)       1, 2006. The 10 FY05 units for New Stuyahok were 100%
                                                  complete by Dec. 31, 2007, occupancy delayed due to a
                                                  sewage connection issue. This has now been resolved
                                                  with a BBHA installed subdivision sewage system, and the
                                                  units were occupied subsequent to Dec. 31,2007 on Feb.
                                                  20, 2008. . This goal is now completed.
                          No accomplishment       N/A


          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 05.4b-1
                                                  Rental Assistance Program
                          Performance Objective    BBHA will continue to administer a rental assistance
                          # 05.4b -1               program, in addition to assistance provided under the
                                                   LIHTC program. LIHTC program assistance will provide
                                                   subsidy to approximately 40 clients per month. Other
                                                   subsidies include provision to 10 assisted living clients per
                                                   month, and to approximately ten other families in the region.
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR.




                                                                                            BBHA FY05



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          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 05.4b-2
                                                  LIHTC Program
                          Performance Objective    Contingent upon expected feasibility, an application to
                          # 05.4b-2                AHFC for an additional LIHTC project will be submitted.
                                                   Upon successful grant award, completion of an agreement
                                                   with participating organizations and preliminary site
                                                   selection and planning will follow. Completion of this
                                                   objective is contingent upon interest generated and
                                                   application funding.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                                                  APR.

          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities

                          Objective # 5.4c
                                                  Provide Referral Service for 184 Loan Guarantee
                                                  Program
                          Performance Objective   Quarterly reports are submitted to AHFC under a contract to
                          # 05.4c                 distribute loan information. These reports summarize the
                                                  efforts of the BBHA in making contact with potential
                                                  homebuyers. It is expected from previous years that BBHA
                                                  will respond to approximately 45 inquiries in the year.

                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR.


          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities

                          Objective # 05.4d
                                                  Down payment Assistance Program
                          Performance Objective   The program will be advertised in coordination with the local
                          # 05.4d                 village councils. Up to ten families will be provided with
                                                  assistance, contingent upon community response and the
                                                  amount of individual loans approved by Mortgage Lenders.
                                                  Completion of this objective is contingent upon the rate of
                                                  success by the applicants in securing financing and the level
                                                  of interest that is appropriate referrals.
                                                  and will make the generated. Work will be continuous
                                                  throughout the Program Year.
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR.




                                                  BBHA will respond to approximately 45 inquiries throughout
                                                  the year, and will make the appropriate referrals.
                                                  BBHA will respond to approximately 45 inquiries throughout
                                                  the year, and will make the appropriate referrals.


                                                                                            BBHA FY05


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          GOAL            # 5.5                   Maintain Regional Stability

                          Objective # 05.5a
                                                  Emergency Voucher Program
                          Performance Objective   The Emergency Utility Voucher Program that responds to
                          # 05.5a                 the needs created by the economic disasters in the salmon
                                                  fishery will be continued. Activity reports will be made to the
                                                  Board of Commissioners. The number of homes protected
                                                  and the projected cost savings of precluded freeze-up
                                                  maintenance will be calculated. It is estimated that a
                                                  minimal of fifty families region-wide will be assisted, with a
                                                  freeze-up loss savings of $100,000, assuming 10% of those
                                                  served would have experience a major freeze-up. This
                                                  effort will be continuous throughout the Program year.
                                                  This goal is now 100% complete. A total of 185 vouchers
                          Accomplishment(s)       were issued that represent a potential cost savings from
                                                  freeze-ups of $ 370,000. at the low range, and over $
                                                  3,700,000 at the high range.

                          No accomplishment       N/A


          GOAL            # 5.5                   Maintain Regional Stability

                          Objective # 05.5b
                                                  Explore Youth Facilities/Programs

                          Performance Objective   The possibility of developing programs in village
                          # 05.5b                 communities will be reviewed. Information will be provided
                                                  to village councils to determine the level of interest.
                                                  Coordination with 22 villages will occur. Work will be
                                                  continuous throughout the Program Year. It is estimated
                                                  that over 6,000 hours of youth program service will be
                                                  delivered in 10-12 villages, from NAHASDA funds.
                                                  Five villages provided DEG type activities, serving 96
                          Accomplishment(s)       families These included Youth Sports, spirit camps,
                                                  Youth/Elder conferences, and participation in statewide
                                                  events. This goal is now complete.

                          No accomplishment       N/A

Repeat this format for each one year goal and objective(s) and performance objective(s) in the IHP for this grant.




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                                                                                              BBHA FY05

2.        Are you on schedule to complete the 5-year goals identified in your IHP?

 Check one:            yes        x   no


3.      If the answer to #2 is no, explain causes for delays and how you plan to modify your program to meet your 5-year
goals and objectives.

4.   How would you change your programs in general as a result of your experience with the implementation of
NAHASDA?

         As stated previously, and applicable today, given our ten years of experience with the NAHASDA program, a
stronger emphasis with program delivery through the sub-recipient agreements with the Tribal/Village Councils has been
our major area of improvement. Overall, this has been an excellent method of delivering services on a local basis, with
each tribe implementing priorities set at the tribal level. A major challenge continues to be turnover of local councils’ staff,
and the balance for BBHA as a regional entity to provide both Technical Assistance and program monitoring, a similar
problem HUD/ONAP has with their client base.
         BBHA commends the Tribes for their participation in the sub-recipient program, and given that over the ten years
with over 240 individual program year agreements, we have had only two incidents of fraud or absolute administrative
incompetence. In both cases BBHA secured either a voluntary payback agreement or a court judgment and recapture of
the funds. The overwhelming majority of Village Councils, Administrators and program participants act in the public interest,
and conduct business in a professional manner.
         BBHA continues to endeavor to provide adequate training, technical assistance and a monitoring program which
identifies potential problem areas. It is our job to provide expertise to assist villages in overcoming barriers related to
program delivery.
         Regional distribution of pool funds continues to be discussed at the annual meeting. At the past year’s meeting,
various possibilities were discussed and the consensus of the villages present and the Board was to accept management’s
proposal to stay with the existing distribution formula, as it protects the interest of those abiding by such in the past 10 years
of NAHASDA and pool activity.




                                                                                              BBHA FY05
 Grant Number:               05H0201890


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                                             Table I - Sources of Funds



                    Sources of Funds for IHBG Activities             Planned Amount       Amount
                                                                      (from the IHP)      Actually
                                                                                          Awarded
                                       (a)                                 (b)              (c)
         1. HUD Resources
             a. NAHASDA Block Grant                                          5550600         5550600
             b. NAHASDA Program Income                                        141428          175899
             c. NAHASDA Title VI (Federal Guarantee)                          500000          500000
             d. Section 184 Loan Guarantee
             e. Indian Community Dev Block Grant                                 500000       500000
             f. Drug Elimination
             g. Prior year funds
             h. Other (explain in narrative)
         2. Existing Program Resources
             a. 1937 Housing Act Programs                                        574277       591239
             b. Other HUD Programs
         3. Other Federal or State Resources
             a. BIA Home Improvement Program
             b. Other (explain in narrative)                                 1093000         1093229
         4. Private Resources
              a. Tribe
              b. Financial Institution
              c. Other (explain in narrative)
         5. Other (explain in narrative)                                       75000          116967
         Total Resources                                                     8434305         8527934

Narrative:

1. If column c is less than column b, explain why the planned funds were not realized.

All planned funds have been realized.




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                                                                                                         BBHA FY05
 Grant Number:               05IH0201890



                                                 Table II - Uses of Funds

                                                                                        Cumulative
                                                                                                   Total funds      Percentage of
                                           Budgeted Amount     Grant (IHBG)   Other funds       expended from all    IHBG Grant
                  Activity                  (from the IHP)   funds expended    expended             sources            Amount
                                                                                                     (c + d)          Obligated


                      (a)                        (b)              (c)             (d)                  (e)               (f)
    1. Indian Housing Assistance
      (1937 Housing Act units)
         a. Modernization                          1003000           840000         163000              1003000                 15
         b. Operating                              1079090           877291         201799              1079090                 16
    2. Development
        a. Rental
       i. Construction of new units                      0                0                 0                   0                0
           ii. Acquisition                               0                0                 0                   0                0
           iii. Rehabilitation                           0                0                 0                   0                0
        b. Homeownership
               i. Construction of new              3505020         1551001        1954019               3505020                 29
                          units
            ii. Acquisition                              0               0              0                     0                  0
            iii. Rehabilitation                     602074          597278           1939                599217                  9
    3. Housing Services                             653110          641985           5920                647905                 12
    4. Housing mgmt services                             0               0              0                     0                  0
    5. Crime Prevention & Safety                     72266           42266              0                 42266                  1
    6. Model Activities                             145805           50000          95805                145805                  1
    7. Planning & administration                   1373940          950779         372029               1322808                 17
    8. Reserves                                          0               0              0                     0                  0
    9. Other                                             0               0              0                     0                  0
    Total                                          8434305         5550600        2794511               8345111                100


 Narrative:
 1. Column (a), line item #8, Reserves: Identify the purpose for the funds you placed in this category.
    This line item is no longer used.

  2. Explain any unexpected cost overruns associated with IHBG funds.
     There are no cost overruns associated with IHBG funds.

  3. Investments:    Date HUD approved: 03/16/2005
     Amount approved for investment: $ 4,713,881
     Amount of IHBG funds (principal only) invested as of this reporting period end date: $0.




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Table II (continued)                                                                          BBHA FY05
                                                                                Cumulative
                                  Number of                       Number of            Number of families assisted
                                     units        Number of          units
             Activity              planned          units         started not
                                  (from the       completed       completed
                                     IHP)
                                                                                  low-income         non low-            non-
                                                                                     Indian           income            Native
                                                                                    families        Indian fam.         Amer.
                (a)                  (g)              (h)              (i)              (j)             (k)               (l)
 1.Indian Housing
 Assistance (1937 Act
 units)
          a. Modernization           40              45               37                73               0                0
          b. Operating               290             N/A              N/A              279               0                0
 2. Development
          a. Rental
 i. Construct of new units
           ii. Acquisition
           iii. Rehabilitation
          b.
 Homeownership
 i. Construct of new units            8               10               0               10                0                0
            ii. Acquisition
            iii.Rehabilitation       30               57               13              70                0                0
    3. Housing Services
    4. Housing
    Management
    Services
    5. Crime Prevention
    & Safety                         N/A             N/A              N/A              96                0                0
    6. Model Activities              30              N/A              N/A              50                0                0
    7. Planning &
 administration
    8. Reserves
    9. Other
 Total                               358             112               50              505               0                0
Narrative (Table II, part 2) : Totals do not necessarily add as a result of multi-function services to same families.
           Mod unit numbers include major rehab, but not minor. All units delineated in supplemental info
           on mod program attached to Self-Evaluation, part of this APR. Uncompleted units to be completed with
           Subsequent year funding.
           Number of completed units in 7(e) modernization includes a number of small scope projects as
           well as large rehab projects.
            B (i) – New home construction. Work on 10 units in New Stuyahok, homes were complete by 12/31/07,
                  although not occupied until late February 2008 due to water and sewage issues.
            Families served for 1 (b) reduced as a result of conveyance activity.
            Model Activity is rental assistance for LIHTC rentals.

                                                                                                    BBHA FY06

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PART I - REPORTING ON THE ONE-YEAR INDIAN HOUSING
         PLAN (IHP)
One separate Part I (that includes Tables I and II) must be submitted for each open grant.

 Grant Number:              06H0201890

 Enter the date HUD notified you that             03/16/06 (Delayed due to Federal Budget)
                                                    (mm/dd/yy)
 your IHP was found in compliance:

 Is this the final APR for this grant?                           Check one:   yes        no    x

Each year, you develop goals and objectives and performance objectives in the IHP that describe the use of your IHBG
funds. At the end of the program year, you report on the progress made towards achievement of them.

2.        Please report on each of the one-year goals and objectives and report on each of the performance objectives
          identified in the IHP for this reporting period only in a format as follows:
          Note: Goals and Objectives should be reported from inception to the present while the performance objectives
          should be reported for the reporting period only.

Repeat this format for each one year goal and objective(s) and performance objective(s) in the IHP for this grant.

                                                                                                       BBHA FY06
          GOAL            # 5.1                           Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 06.1a
                                                     Self-Monitoring Program
                          Performance Objective      Reports will be prepared by management and presented to
                          # 06.1a                    the Board of Commissioners monthly. These reports will be
                                                     utilized as the basis to amend the IHP if necessary and for
                                                     the next One Year Plan. Annual meetings will be held with
                                                     Village representatives, with the purpose of providing
                                                     presenting the IHP for the coming year, as well as providing
                                                     training and technical assistance for Tribal Administrators.
                                                     This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)          APR.

          GOAL            # 5.1                       Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 06.1b
                                                      Village Monitoring Program
                          Performance Objective #     This performance objective will continue throughout the
                          06.1b                       Program Year. Onsite Village monitoring will continue, with
                                                      visits to approximately 20% of the participating villages.
                          Accomplishments:            This goal was reported 100% complete in a prior APR.




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          GOAL            # 5.1                   Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 06.1c
                                                  Balanced Scorecard Framework

                          Performance Objective   The objective includes the completion of the Definition
                          # 06.1c                 Phase i.e. defining the scope of the framework
                                                  (departments, Villages, etc. that will be involved), and
                                                  identifying the linkages between the units, such as financial
                                                  objectives, corporate themes (quality, innovation, etc.), and
                                                  other common elements such as internal supplier/client
                                                  relationships. Responsibilities will be defined and an overall
                                                  implementation plan will be developed. In addition, the
                                                  Consensus-Building phase will begin whereby information is
                                                  exchanged between the project leader(s) and the rest of the
                                                  units in an effort to unify the group, culminating in a group
                                                  workshop
                                                  This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                          Accomplishment(s)       APR.

          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 06.2a
                                                  Modernization (BBHA) Program

                          Performance Objective   The BBHA Modernization Program will be continued, as
                          # 06.2a                 specified in the Comprehensive Grant Program work plan.
                                                  Reducing or substantially eliminating substandard
                                                  conditions related to their housing will assist approximately
                                                  40 low-income families. During FY 2006, the remaining
                                                  modernization work identified in the 2005 IHP will be
                                                  completed, and work will begin on the modernization work
                                                  associated with the 2006 IHP, with approximately 50% to be
                                                  completed by 12/31/06.
                                                  The work for FY05 is 100% complete, and was previously
                          Accomplishment(s)       reported. The work for FY06 is also 100% complete, a
                                                  detailed printout of the expenditures and sites are attached.
                                                  This goal is final and will not be reported on in future APR’s.

                          No accomplishment       N/A
                          No accomplishment




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          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 06.2b
                                                  Modernization (Village) Program
                          Performance Objective   Also, pass-through funds will continue to be allocated to the
                          # 06.2b                 participating villages, who will be encouraged to perform
                                                  modernization work on substandard, privately-owned
                                                  homes.
                                                  This goal is 90% completed by the sub-recipient villages. A
                          Accomplishment(s)       total of 27 homes have been competed to date. This work is
                                                  ongoing and will continue throughout this year (2008).
                          No accomplishment       N/A
                          No accomplishment

          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 05.2c
                                                  Operations (1937 Act Units)
                          Performance Objective   BBHA will continue operating within the constraints of the FY
                          # 06.2c                 2006 Operating Budget, and maintaining occupancy and
                                                  vacancy turn-around rates consistent with rates established
                                                  in prior years. Related to the long-term goal of maintaining
                                                  the continuity of assistance, this objective will directly benefit
                                                  over 300 families currently receiving housing assistance
                                                  under the BBHA housing programs by continuing to provide
                                                  them with affordable housing. With respect to the LIHTC
                                                  program, BBHA will continue to act as General Partner of
                                                  two limited partnerships, and will continue to provide reports
                                                  to investors and AHFC as required under Section 42 of the
                                                  Internal Revenue Code. This objective is ongoing
                                                  throughout the Program Year. Measurable objectives
                                                  include provision of required basic fire insurance to all units
                                                  in management, and conveyance to all homeowners who
                                                  have reached payoff status. As determined by historical
                                                  information, housing management expects to have over
                                                  5,000 client contacts in the program year. This includes
                                                  inquiries from prospective as well as current clients.
                                                  Inspections of each unit in management will occur during the
                                                  program year, for both fire safety and program compliance.
                                                  BBHA will provide in excess of 5000 office hours for clients
                                                  and the general public in Bristol Bay, with an average of 7.5-
                                                  office time per day in Dillingham and King Salmon, and 3.5
                                                  hours per day for in Nondalton.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                                                  APR.




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          GOAL            # 5.3                   Encourage Development of Local Capacity

                          Objective # 06.3a
                                                  Regional Administrative Skills
                          Performance Objective   It is planned that a Regional Training Conference will be
                          # 06.3a                 held in the fall of each Fiscal Year, in conjunction with the
                                                  presentation of the Indian Housing Plan. Village
                                                  Administrators from all villages in the region will be invited,
                                                  and presenters will be selected with skills in the specific
                                                  topics to be addressed. Approximately 18 administrators
                                                  will be trained for 8 hours. A co-curricular credit will be
                                                  granted by the University of Alaska-Fairbanks – Bristol Bay
                                                  Campus for those who also complete minimal academic
                                                  work related to the training.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous APR.

          GOAL            # 5.3                   Encourage Development of Local Capacity

                          Objective # 06.3b
                                                  Regional Technical Skills
                          Performance Objective   This objective will maintain momentum in identifying funding
                          # 06.3b                 resources by continuing discussions with interested groups
                                                  and individuals throughout Alaska, as evidenced by periodic
                                                  reports by the BBHA Executive Director to the Board of
                                                  Commissioners. The implementation of this project is
                                                  contingent upon the interest generated and the funding
                                                  sources identified, without relying on funding from the Indian
                                                  Housing Block Grant Program.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous APR.




                                                                                             BBHA FY06


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          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 05.4a
                                                  New Housing Construction
                          Performance Objective   The project location will be determined using need criteria
                          # 06.4a                 developed by BBHA and considering the length of time
                                                  since the last development for each village. It is estimated
                                                  that during FY 2006 the five (and additional five funded by
                                                  ICDBG and Title VI) homes identified in the FY05 IHP for
                                                  New Stuyahok will be completed and the four homes
                                                  identified in the FY2006 IHP for Levelock will be in the initial
                                                  stages of planning and development, with construction to
                                                  start in the late summer of 2006.
                                                  The 10 FY05 units for New Stuyahok were 100% complete
                          Accomplishment(s)       by Dec. 31, 2007, occupancy delayed due to a sewage
                                                  connection issue This has now been resolved with a BBHA
                                                  installed subdivision sewage system, and the units were
                                                  occupied subsequent to Dec. 31,2007 on Feb. 20, 2008. .
                                                  This goal is now completed.. This goal is now completed.
                                                  The 6 FY06 units (plus one burn out replacement) for
                                                  Levelock were 100% complete by Dec. 31, 2007, and
                                                  occupied Dec. 3, 2007. This goal is complete and will not
                                                  be reported on in future APR’s.


          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 06.4b-1
                                                  Rental Assistance Program
                          Performance Objective    BBHA will continue to administer a rental assistance
                          # 06.4b -1               program, in addition to assistance provided under the
                                                   LIHTC program. LIHTC program assistance will provide
                                                   subsidy to approximately 68 clients per month. Other
                                                   subsidies include provision to 10 assisted living clients per
                                                   month, and to approximately ten other families in the region.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous APR.




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          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 06.4b-2
                                                  LIHTC Program
                          Performance Objective   As stated, due to capacity and budget issues, it is not
                          # 06.4b-2               anticipated that additional LIHTC projects will be applied for
                                                  this coming year. BBHA will evaluate the financial
                                                  feasibility of such projects, and will potentially pursue
                                                  funding should the Federal NAHASDA budget allow for
                                                  rental subsidy guarantees and the BBHA cash position such
                                                  that an increase to the existing six LIHTC projects is
                                                  feasible.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous APR.

          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities

                          Objective # 6.4c
                                                  Provide Referral Service for 184 Loan Guarantee
                                                  Program
                          Performance Objective   Quarterly reports are submitted to AHFC under a contract to
                          # 06.4c                 distribute loan information. These reports summarize the
                                                  efforts of the BBHA in making contact with potential
                                                  homebuyers. Work will be continuous throughout the
                                                  Program Year. It is expected from previous years that
                                                  BBHA will respond to approximately 45 inquiries throughout
                                                  the year, and will make the appropriate referrals.

                          Accomplishment(s        This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                                                  APR.


          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities

                          Objective # 06.4d
                                                  Down payment Assistance Program
                          Performance Objective   The program will be advertised in coordination with the local
                          # 06.4d                 councils. Up to fifteen families will be provided with
                                                  assistance, contingent upon community response and the
                                                  amount of individual loans approved by Mortgage Lenders.
                                                  Completion of this objective is contingent upon the rate of
                                                  success by the applicants in securing financing and the level
                                                  of interest that is generated. Work will be continuous
                                                  throughout the Program Year.
                          Accomplishment(s)       This goal was reported as 100% complete in a previous
                                                  APR.




                                                  and will make the appropriate referrals.

                                                                                             BBHA FY06



                                                  BBHA will respond to approximately 45 inquiries throughout
                                                  the year, and will make the appropriate referrals.
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                                                  BBHA will respond to approximately 45 inquiries throughout
                                                  the year, and will make the appropriate referrals.
          GOAL            # 5.5                   Maintain Regional Stability

                          Objective # 06.5a
                                                  Emergency Voucher Program
                          Performance Objective   The Emergency Utility Voucher Program that responds to
                          # 06.5a                 the needs created by the economic disasters in the salmon
                                                  fishery will be continued. Activity reports will be made to the
                                                  Board of Commissioners. The number of homes protected
                                                  and the projected cost savings of precluded freeze-up
                                                  maintenance will be calculated. It is estimated that a
                                                  minimum of fifty families region-wide will be assisted, with a
                                                  freeze-up loss savings of $100,000, assuming 10% of those
                                                  served would have experience a major freeze-up. This
                                                  effort will be continuous throughout the Program year.
                                                  This goal is currently being implemented by various sub-
                          Accomplishment(s)       recipient villages. A total of 146 vouchers were issued that
                                                  represent a potential cost savings from freeze-ups of $
                                                  292,000. at the low range, and over $ 2,920,000 at the high
                                                  range. This goal will continue in the coming year.

                          No accomplishment       N/A


          GOAL            # 5.5                   Maintain Regional Stability

                          Objective # 06.5b
                                                  Explore Youth Facilities/Programs

                          Performance Objective   The possibility of developing programs in village
                          # 06.5b                 communities will be reviewed. Information will be provided
                                                  to tribal councils to determine the level of interest.
                                                  Coordination with 22 villages will occur. Work will be
                                                  continuous throughout the Program Year. It is estimated
                                                  that over 6,000 hours of youth program service will be
                                                  delivered in 10-12 villages, from IHBG funds.
                                                  Two villages provided DEG type activities, serving 67
                          Accomplishment(s)       families These included Youth Sports, spirit camps,
                                                  Youth/Elder conferences, and participation in statewide
                                                  events. This activity continues throughout the coming year.

                          No accomplishment       N/A




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2.        Are you on schedule to complete the 5-year goals identified in your IHP?

 Check one:            yes        x   no


3.      If the answer to #2 is no, explain causes for delays and how you plan to modify your program to meet your 5-year
goals and objectives.

4.   How would you change your programs in general as a result of your experience with the implementation of
NAHASDA?

         As stated previously, and applicable today, given our ten years of experience with the NAHASDA program, a
stronger emphasis with program delivery through the sub-recipient agreements with the Tribal/Village Councils has been
our major area of improvement. Overall, this has been an excellent method of delivering services on a local basis, with
each tribe implementing priorities set at the tribal level. A major challenge continues to be turnover of local councils’ staff,
and the balance for BBHA as a regional entity to provide both Technical Assistance and program monitoring, a similar
problem HUD/ONAP has with their client base.
         BBHA commends the Tribes for their participation in the sub-recipient program, and given that over the ten years
with over 240 individual program year agreements, we have had only two incidents of fraud or absolute administrative
incompetence. In both cases BBHA secured either a voluntary payback agreement or a court judgment and recapture of
the funds. The overwhelming majority of Village Councils, Administrators and program participants act in the public interest,
and conduct business in a professional manner.
         BBHA continues to endeavor to provide adequate training, technical assistance and a monitoring program which
identifies potential problem areas. It is our job to provide expertise to assist villages in overcoming barriers related to
program delivery.
         Regional distribution of pool funds continues to be discussed at the annual meeting. At the past year’s meeting,
various possibilities were discussed and the consensus of the villages present and the Board was to accept management’s
proposal to stay with the existing distribution formula, as it protects the interest of those abiding by such in the past 10 years
of NAHASDA and pool activity.




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                                             Table I - Sources of Funds


                    Sources of Funds for IHBG Activities             Planned Amount       Amount
                                                                      (from the IHP)      Actually
                                                                                          Awarded
                                       (a)                                 (b)              (c)
         1. HUD Resources
             a. NAHASDA Block Grant                                          5439936         5439936
             b. NAHASDA Program Income                                        100000          162788
             c. NAHASDA Title VI (Federal Guarantee)
             d. Section 184 Loan Guarantee
             e. Indian Community Dev Block Grant                                              500000
             f. Drug Elimination
             g. Prior year funds
             h. Other (explain in narrative)
         2. Existing Program Resources
             a. 1937 Housing Act Programs                                        580000       607338
             b. Other HUD Programs
         3. Other Federal or State Resources
             a. BIA Home Improvement Program
             b. Other (explain in narrative)                                     800000       800279
         4. Private Resources
              a. Tribe
              b. Financial Institution
              c. Other (explain in narrative)
         5. Other (explain in narrative)                                      125000          198647
         Total Resources                                                     7044936         7708988

Narrative:

1. If column c is less than column b, explain why the planned funds were not realized.

All planned funds have been realized.




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                                                 Table II - Uses of Funds

                                                                                            Cumulative
                                                                                                      Total funds    Percentage of
                                             Budgeted          Grant (IHBG)       Other funds       expended from     IHBG Grant
               Activity                       Amount              funds            expended           all sources       Amount
                                          (from the IHP)        expended                                 (c + d)       Obligated


                   (a)                         (b)                 (c)                (d)                (e)              (f)
 1. Indian Housing Assistance
   (1937 Housing Act units)
      a. Modernization                          1000000             775000            225000             1000000                14
      b. Operating                              1225358             886302            350512             1236814                16
 2. Development
     a. Rental
   i. Construction of new units                            0                  0                 0                0               0
        ii. Acquisition                                    0                  0                 0                0               0
        iii. Rehabilitation                                0                  0                 0                0               0
     b. Homeownership
            i. Construction of new              1922780            1231180            545797             1776977                23
                       units
         ii. Acquisition                              0                  0                 0                   0                 0
         iii. Rehabilitation                     600000             496472              1043              497515                 9
 3. Housing Services                             593798             586274              7524              593798                11
 4. Housing mgmt services                             0                  0                 0                   0                 0
 5. Crime Prevention & Safety                    100000              24738               404               25142                 1
 6. Model Activities                             194000              50000            120631              170631                 1
 7. Planning & administration                   1409000             920034            304816             1224850                16
 8. Reserves                                          0                  0                 0                   0                 0
 9. Other                                             0                  0                 0                   0                 0
 Total                                          7044936            4970000           1555727             6525727                91
 Narrative:
 4. Column (a), line item #8, Reserves: Identify the purpose for the funds you placed in this category.
    This line item is no longer used.
 5. Explain any unexpected cost overruns associated with IHBG funds.
     There are no cost overruns associated with IHBG funds.
 6. Investments:         Date HUD approved: 03/16/2006
     Amount approved for investment: $ 4,517,382
     Amount of IHBG funds (principal only) invested as of this reporting period end date: $469,936.




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Table II (continued)                                                                       BBHA FY06
                                                                              Cumulative
                                  Number of                     Number of            Number of families assisted
                                     units      Number of          units
             Activity              planned        units         started not
                                  (from the     completed       completed
                                     IHP)
                                                                                low-income        non low-        non-
                                                                                   Indian          income        Native
                                                                                  families       Indian fam.     Amer.
                 (a)                 (g)            (h)             (i)              (j)             (k)           (l)
 1.Indian Housing
 Assistance (1937 Act
 units)
          a. Modernization          40             41               36               77               0             0
          b. Operating              270            N/A              N/A             267               0             0
 2. Development
          a. Rental
 i. Construct of new units
           ii. Acquisition
           iii. Rehabilitation
        b.Homeownership
 i. Construct of new units           4               6               0               6                0             0
            ii. Acquisition
            iii.                     30             27              10              37                0             0
            Rehabilitation
    3. Housing Services
    4. HousinMang Serv.
    5. Crime Prev.Safety            N/A            N/A              N/A             67                0             0
    6. Model Activities             68             N/A              N/A             78                0             0
    7. Planning & admin
    8. Reserves
    9. Other
 Total                              372             74              46              455               0             0

Narrative (Table II, part 2) : Totals do not necessarily add as a result of multi-function services to same families.
           Mod unit numbers include major rehab, but not minor. All units delineated in supplemental info
           on mod program attached to Self-Evaluation, part of this APR. Uncompleted units to be completed with
           subsequent year funding.
           Number of completed units in 7(e) modernization includes a number of small scope projects as
           well as large rehab projects.      B (i) – New home construction. Work on 6 units was in Levelock, work was
        100% complete as of 12/31/07. Families served for 1 (b) reduced as a result of conveyance activity. Model
        Activity is rental assistance for LIHTC rentals.




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PART I - REPORTING ON THE ONE-YEAR INDIAN HOUSING
         PLAN (IHP)
One separate Part I (that includes Tables I and II) must be submitted for each open grant.

 Grant Number:              07H0201890

 Enter the date HUD notified you that             05/10/07 (Delayed due to Federal Budget)
                                                    (mm/dd/yy)
 your IHP was found in compliance:

 Is this the final APR for this grant?                           Check one:   yes        no    x

Each year, you develop goals and objectives and performance objectives in the IHP that describe the use of your IHBG
funds. At the end of the program year, you report on the progress made towards achievement of them.

3.        Please report on each of the one-year goals and objectives and report on each of the performance objectives
          identified in the IHP for this reporting period only in a format as follows:
          Note: Goals and Objectives should be reported from inception to the present while the performance objectives
          should be reported for the reporting period only.

Repeat this format for each one year goal and objective(s) and performance objective(s) in the IHP for this grant.



                                                                                                       BBHA FY07



          GOAL            # 5.1                           Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 07.1a
                                                     Continue Plan Monitoring Program
                          Performance Objective      Reports will be prepared by management and presented to
                          # 07.1a                    the Board of Commissioners monthly. These reports will be
                                                     utilized as the basis to amend the IHP if necessary and for
                                                     the next One Year Plan. Annual meetings will be held with
                                                     Village representatives, with the purpose of providing
                                                     presenting the IHP for the coming year, as well as providing
                                                     training and technical assistance for Tribal Administrators.
                                                     Board reports were presented monthly. The Annual Meeting
                          Accomplishment(s)          was held in September, 2007. The administrator training
                                                     was held in February, 2007. This goal is complete and will
                                                     not be reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment          NA.




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          GOAL            # 5.1                   Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 07.1b
                                                  Village Monitoring Program
                          Performance Objective   Onsite Village monitoring will continue, with visits to
                          # 07.1b                 approximately 20% of the participating villages.
                                                  On site visit monitoring/technical assistance to sub-
                          Accomplishment(s)       recipients occurred in the year 2007 with the villages of
                                                  Koliganek, Port Heiden, Togiak, New Stuyahok, Twin
                                                  Hills and Ugashik. Attempts were made to visit
                                                  Manokotak, Ivanof Bay and Portage Creek, but these
                                                  were cancelled due to weather or unavailability of key
                                                  staff, and rescheduled for 2008. This goal is complete
                                                  and will not be reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       NA.

          GOAL            # 5.1                   Maximize Efficient Use of Funding Resources

                          Objective # 07.1c
                                                  Balanced Scorecard Framework

                          Performance Objective   The objective includes the completion of the Definition
                          # 07.1c                 Phase i.e. defining the scope of the framework
                                                  (departments, Villages, etc. that will be involved), and
                                                  identifying the linkages between the units, such as financial
                                                  objectives, corporate themes (quality, innovation, etc.), and
                                                  other common elements such as internal supplier/client
                                                  relationships. Responsibilities will be defined and an overall
                                                  implementation plan will be developed. In addition, the
                                                  Consensus-Building phase will begin whereby information is
                                                  exchanged between the project leader(s) and the rest of the
                                                  units in an effort to unify the group, culminating in a group
                                                  workshop
                                                  These issues were discussed during managers meeting,
                          Accomplishment(s)       and between departments. Using products produced for this
                                                  goal from prior years, which identified all HUD funds since
                                                  1974 for all projects and mod work in the Bristol Bay
                                                  Villages, and also a separate spreadsheet which identified
                                                  the development pool to date, further proposals and analysis
                                                  was presented to the villages at the September, 2007 BBHA
                                                  Annual Meeting. This goal is complete, and will not be
                                                  reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       NA.




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          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 07.2a
                                                  Modernization (BBHA) Program

                          Performance Objective   The BBHA Modernization Program will be continued, as
                          # 07.2a                 specified in the Comprehensive Grant Program work plan.
                                                  Reducing or substantially eliminating substandard conditions
                                                  related to their housing will assist approximately 40 low-
                                                  income families.       During FY 2007, the remaining
                                                  modernization work identified in the 2006 IHP will be
                                                  completed, and work will begin on the modernization work
                                                  associated with the 2007 IHP, with approximately 50% to be
                                                  completed by 12/31/07. Also, pass-through funds will
                                                  continue to be allocated to the participating tribes, who will
                                                  be encouraged to perform modernization work on
                                                  substandard, privately-owned homes.
                                                  The work for FY06 and FY07 is 100% complete, a detailed
                          Accomplishment(s)       printout of the expenditures and sites are attached. 43 units
                                                  were completed, with further work programmed in the FY08
                                                  budget for an additional 27 units that were started. This
                                                  goal is final and will not be reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       N/A
                          No accomplishment

          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 07.2b
                                                  Modernization (Village) Program
                          Performance Objective   Also, pass-through funds will continue to be allocated to the
                          # 07.2b                 participating villages, who will be encouraged to perform
                                                  modernization work on substandard, privately-owned
                                                  homes.
                                                  This goal is 13% complete by the sub-recipient villages. A
                          Accomplishment(s)       total of 4 homes have been competed to date, with an
                                                  additional 6 started. This work is ongoing and will continue
                                                  throughout this year (2007).
                          No accomplishment       N/A
                          No accomplishment




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          GOAL            # 5.2                   Preserve Existing Housing

                          Objective # 07.2c
                                                  Operations (1937 Act Units)
                          Performance Objective   BBHA will continue operating within the constraints of the FY
                          # 07.2c                 2007 Operating Budget, and maintaining occupancy and
                                                  vacancy turn-around rates consistent with rates established
                                                  in prior years. Related to the long-term goal of maintaining
                                                  the continuity of assistance, this objective will directly benefit
                                                  over 300 families currently receiving housing assistance
                                                  under the BBHA housing programs by continuing to provide
                                                  them with affordable housing. With respect to the LIHTC
                                                  program, BBHA will continue to act as General Partner of
                                                  two limited partnerships, and will continue to provide reports
                                                  to investors and AHFC as required under Section 42 of the
                                                  Internal Revenue Code. This objective is ongoing
                                                  throughout the Program Year. Measurable objectives
                                                  include provision of required basic fire insurance to all units
                                                  in management, and conveyance to all homeowners who
                                                  have reached payoff status. As determined by historical
                                                  information, housing management expects to have over
                                                  5,000 client contacts in the program year. This includes
                                                  inquiries from prospective as well as current clients.
                                                  Inspections of each unit in management will occur during the
                                                  program year, for both fire safety and program compliance.
                                                  BBHA will provide in excess of 5000 office hours for clients
                                                  and the general public in Bristol Bay, with an average of 7.5-
                                                  office time per day in Dillingham and King Salmon, and 3.5
                                                  hours per day for in Nondalton.
                                                  Housing Management client contacts totaled 5,281 The
                          Accomplishment(s)       office hours were provided as scheduled. Conveyances are
                                                  reported within this APR. The programs were continued with
                                                  occupancy and vacancy turn around rates consistent with
                                                  prior year efforts. Efforts continue with respect to Tenant
                                                  Accounts Receivable collections, with appropriate litigation
                                                  for homebuyers who do not respond to payback
                                                  agreements. The BBHA Board also adopted a policy to
                                                  convey homes with balances less than the small claims
                                                  threshold and to file suit in small claims to attach APFDs
                                                  and/or wages for amounts due, if the homebuyer defaulted
                                                  on established payback agreements. Due to an Alaska
                                                  Supreme Court decision (Kopanek) that established
                                                  ejectment proceedings must be utilized for Mutual Help
                                                  evictions, the small claims procedure for balances
                                                  outstanding on conveyed units is more cost effective.
                                                  The tax credit partnerships continue with appropriate reports
                                                  filed as required. This goal is 100% complete and will not be
                                                  reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       N/A
                          No accomplishment




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          GOAL            # 5.3                   Encourage Development of Local Capacity

                          Objective # 07.3a
                                                  Regional Administrative Skills
                          Performance Objective   It is planned that a Regional Training Conference will be
                          # 07.3a                 held in the fall of each Fiscal Year, in conjunction with the
                                                  presentation of the Indian Housing Plan. Village
                                                  Administrators from all villages in the region will be invited,
                                                  and presenters will be selected with skills in the specific
                                                  topics to be addressed. Approximately 18 administrators
                                                  will be trained for 8 hours. A co-curricular credit will be
                                                  granted by the University of Alaska-Fairbanks – Bristol Bay
                                                  Campus for those who also complete minimal academic
                                                  work related to the training.
                                                  The training was held in February, 2007, with 14
                          Accomplishment(s)       participants, in conjunction with BBNA’s administrator
                                                  training. This goal is complete, and will not be reported on in
                                                  future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       N/A

          GOAL            # 5.3                   Encourage Development of Local Capacity

                          Objective # 07.3b
                                                  Regional Technical Skills
                          Performance Objective   This objective will maintain momentum in identifying funding
                          # 07.3b                 resources by continuing discussions with interested groups
                                                  and individuals throughout Alaska, as evidenced by periodic
                                                  reports by the BBHA Executive Director to the Board of
                                                  Commissioners. The implementation of this project is
                                                  contingent upon the interest generated and the funding
                                                  sources identified, without relying on funding from the Indian
                                                  Housing Block Grant Program.
                                                  BBHA supported the efforts of the Vocational Education
                          Accomplishment(s)       Center throughout the year. Accounting services were
                                                  provided at a fee. BBHA supported continued funding
                                                  through Fed. Labor earmark grants, and State TVEP grants,
                                                  as well as Denali Training funds. Local residents who were
                                                  trained at the center this year were also employed by BBHA
                                                  at the housing projects in the New Stuyahok and Levelock
                                                  development projects. This goal is complete and will not be
                                                  reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       N/A




                                                                                             BBHA FY07

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          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 07.4a
                                                  New Housing Construction
                          Performance Objective   The project location will be determined using need criteria
                          # 07.4a                 developed by BBHA and considering the length of time since
                                                  the last development for each village. It is estimated that
                                                  during FY 2007 the five homes identified in the FY06 IHP for
                                                  Levelock will be completed and the eight homes identified in
                                                  the FY2007 IHP for Dillingham will be in the initial stages of
                                                  planning and development, with construction to start in the
                                                  late summer of 2007.
                                                  The 6 FY06 units (plus one burn out replacement) for
                          Accomplishment(s)       Levelock were 100% complete by Dec. 31, 2007, and
                                                  occupied Dec.. 3, 2007. The Dillingham project was
                                                  changed to include downpayment assistance for four
                                                  homes, three of which were procured by the tribal members
                                                  with USDA Mortgage Assistance, and using NAHASDA as a
                                                  soft second. This will enable the total project number of
                                                  units to increase by one to eleven units, with seven to be
                                                  built the summer of 2008. Three homes in Dillingham were
                                                  occupied by 12/31/07, and another in progress for purchase.
                                                  Environmental review and site procurement did begin in
                                                  2007 for the remaining seven homes, with work continuing
                                                  this coming construction season in 2008
                          No accomplishment       N/A


          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 07.4b-1
                                                  Rental Assistance Program
                          Performance Objective    BBHA will continue to administer a rental assistance
                          # 07.4b -1               program, in addition to assistance provided under the
                                                   LIHTC program. LIHTC program assistance will provide
                                                   subsidy to approximately 68 clients per month. Other
                                                   subsidies include provision to 10 assisted living clients per
                                                   month, and to approximately ten other families in the region.
                                                  Rental Assistance was provided by five sub-recipient villages
                          Accomplishment(s)       (Curyung, South Naknek, King Salmon, Manokotak and
                                                  Togiak), and by BBHA to Forest View, Taiga View,
                                                  Manokotak View, and Togiak View residents who come from
                                                  a different tribe than where the buildings are located, and for
                                                  MEAL (Assisted Living) tenants in Dillingham.
                                                  Approximately 77 tenants were assisted with an average
                                                  approximate assistance of $ 300 per month. This goal is
                                                  100% complete and will not be reported on in future APR’s.
                          No accomplishment       N/A




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          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities
                          Objective # 07.4b-2
                                                  LIHTC Program
                          Performance Objective   As stated, due to capacity and budget issues, it is not
                          # 07.4b-2               anticipated that additional LIHTC projects will be applied for
                                                  this coming year. BBHA will evaluate the financial
                                                  feasibility of such projects, and will potentially pursue
                                                  funding should the Federal NAHASDA budget allow for
                                                  rental subsidy guarantees and the BBHA cash position such
                                                  that an increase to the existing six LIHTC projects is
                                                  feasible.
                          Accomplishment(s)       After a financial analysis of BBHA’s fund balance and
                                                  receivables from the existing tax credit projects, it was
                                                  determined no new applications through the LIHTC program
                                                  were appropriate at this time, until some of the LIHTC
                                                  projects conclude their 15 year compliance period, and cash
                                                  flow requirements to the existing LIHTC projects are
                                                  reduced. This goal is complete, as there is a similar goal in
                                                  the FY08 plan. There will be no further APR report on this
                                                  FY07 goal.
                          No accomplishment       N/A

          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities

                          Objective # 7.4c
                                                  Provide Referral Service for 184 Loan Guarantee
                                                  Program
                          Performance Objective   Quarterly reports are submitted to AHFC under a contract to
                          # 07.4c                 distribute loan information. It is expected from previous
                                                  years that BBHA will respond to approximately 45 inquiries
                                                  throughout the year, and will make the appropriate referrals.


                                                  AHFC no longer provides a contract for loan information.
                          Accomplishment(s)       BBHA continues to provide information and referrals as they
                                                  come in. We made approximately 12 referrals in 2007 to
                                                  AHFC and USDA mortgage programs. There will be no
                                                  further APR report on this FY07 goal.


                          No accomplishment       N/A




                                                                                             BBHA FY07


                                                  and will make the appropriate referrals.
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          GOAL            # 5.4                   Develop Housing Opportunities

                          Objective # 07.4d
                                                  Down payment Assistance Program
                          Performance Objective   The program will be advertised in coordination with the local
                          # 07.4d                 councils. Up to fifteen families will be provided with
                                                  assistance, contingent upon community response and the
                                                  amount of individual loans approved by Mortgage Lenders.
                                                  Completion of this objective is contingent upon the rate of
                                                  success by the applicants in securing financing and the level
                                                  of interest that is generated. Work will be continuous
                                                  throughout the Program Year.
                                                  Two villages expressed a desire for this program (Kanatak
                          Accomplishment(s)       and Dillingham. Four families were served. There will be
                                                  no further APR report on this FY07 goal, as a similar goal
                                                  exists in the FY08 plan.
                          No accomplishment       N/A

          GOAL            # 5.5                   Maintain Regional Stability

                          Objective # 07.5a
                                                  Emergency Voucher Program
                          Performance Objective   The Emergency Utility Voucher Program that responds to
                          # 07.5a                 the needs created by the economic disasters in the salmon
                                                  fishery will be continued. Activity reports will be made to the
                                                  Board of Commissioners. The number of homes protected
                                                  and the projected cost savings of precluded freeze-up
                                                  maintenance will be calculated. It is estimated that a
                                                  minimum of fifty families region-wide will be assisted, with a
                                                  freeze-up loss savings of $100,000, assuming 10% of those
                                                  served would have experience a major freeze-up. This
                                                  effort will be continuous throughout the Program year.
                                                  This goal is currently being implemented by various sub-
                          Accomplishment(s)       recipient villages. A total of 90 vouchers were issued that
                                                  represent a potential cost savings from freeze-ups of $
                                                  180,000. at the low range, and over $ 1,800,000 at the high
                                                  range. This goal will continue in the coming year.

                          No accomplishment       N/A




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          GOAL            # 5.5                   Maintain Regional Stability

                          Objective # 07.5b
                                                  Explore Youth Facilities/Programs

                          Performance Objective    The possibility of developing programs in village
                          # 07.5b                  communities will be reviewed. Information will be provided
                                                   to tribal councils to determine the level of interest.
                                                   Coordination with 22 villages will occur. Work will be
                                                   continuous throughout the Program Year. It is estimated
                                                   that over 6,000 hours of youth program service will be
                                                   delivered in 10-12 villages, from IHBG funds.
                                                  Two villages provided DEG type activities, serving 113
                          Accomplishment(s)       families These included Youth Sports, spirit camps,
                                                  Youth/Elder conferences, and participation in statewide
                                                  events. This activity continues throughout the coming year.

                          No accomplishment       N/A


2.        Are you on schedule to complete the 5-year goals identified in your IHP?

 Check one:            yes        x   no


3.      If the answer to #2 is no, explain causes for delays and how you plan to modify your program to meet your 5-year
goals and objectives.

4.   How would you change your programs in general as a result of your experience with the implementation of
NAHASDA?

         As stated previously, and applicable today, given our ten years of experience with the NAHASDA program, a
stronger emphasis with program delivery through the sub-recipient agreements with the Tribal/Village Councils has been
our major area of improvement. Overall, this has been an excellent method of delivering services on a local basis, with
each tribe implementing priorities set at the tribal level. A major challenge continues to be turnover of local councils’ staff,
and the balance for BBHA as a regional entity to provide both Technical Assistance and program monitoring, a similar
problem HUD/ONAP has with their client base.
         BBHA commends the Tribes for their participation in the sub-recipient program, and given that over the ten years
with over 240 individual program year agreements, we have had only two incidents of fraud or absolute administrative
incompetence. In both cases BBHA secured either a voluntary payback agreement or a court judgment and recapture of
the funds. The overwhelming majority of Village Councils, Administrators and program participants act in the public interest,
and conduct business in a professional manner.
         BBHA continues to endeavor to provide adequate training, technical assistance and a monitoring program which
identifies potential problem areas. It is our job to provide expertise to assist villages in overcoming barriers related to
program delivery.
         Regional distribution of pool funds continues to be discussed at the annual meeting. At the past year’s meeting,
various possibilities were discussed and the consensus of the villages present and the Board was to accept management’s
proposal to stay with the existing distribution formula, as it protects the interest of those abiding by such in the past 10 years
of NAHASDA and pool activity.




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                                                                                           BBHA FY07
 Grant Number:              07H0201890



                                              Table I - Sources of Funds


                    Sources of Funds for IHBG Activities             Planned Amount         Amount
                                                                      (from the IHP)        Actually
                                                                                            Awarded
                                       (a)                                  (b)               (c)
         1. HUD Resources
             a. NAHASDA Block Grant                                          5423186             5423486
             b. NAHASDA Program Income                                        100000               83881
             c. NAHASDA Title VI (Federal Guarantee)
             d. Section 184 Loan Guarantee
             e. Indian Community Dev Block Grant
             f. Drug Elimination
             g. Prior year funds
             h. Other (explain in narrative)
         2. Existing Program Resources
             a. 1937 Housing Act Programs                                         562000          593255
             b. Other HUD Programs
         3. Other Federal or State Resources
             a. BIA Home Improvement Program
             b. Other (explain in narrative)                                      737000          765010
         4. Private Resources
              a. Tribe
              b. Financial Institution
              c. Other (explain in narrative)
         5. Other (explain in narrative)                                      282882              169312
         Total Resources                                                     7105068             7034644

Narrative:

1. If column c is less than column b, explain why the planned funds were not realized.

Line 3.b. These resources are provided by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation in the form of grants to supplement
housing development project expenditures. Notification has been received indicating the amount for the project included in
this IHP will be $765,010.

Line 5. These resources include fees received for developing other housing projects and property management and
accounting services to our tax credit projects and regional housing entities. Planned funds are expected to be received
during FY2008.

All other planned funds have been realized.




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 Grant Number:              07IH0201890




                                                Table II - Uses of Funds

                                                                                         Cumulative
                                                                                                    Total funds      Percentage of
                                          Budgeted Amount     Grant (IHBG)     Other funds       expended from all    IHBG Grant
                Activity                   (from the IHP)   funds expended      expended             sources            Amount
                                                                                                      (c + d)          Obligated


                    (a)                         (b)              (c)               (d)                  (e)               (f)
 1. Indian Housing Assistance
   (1937 Housing Act units)
      a. Modernization                            1000000           840000           187510              1027510                15
      b. Operating                                1370023           951535           275451              1226986                18
 2. Development
    a. Rental
     i. Construction of new units                       0                0                   0                   0               0
         ii. Acquisition                                0                0                   0                   0               0
         iii. Rehabilitation                            0                0                   0                   0               0
    b. Homeownership
         i. Construction of new units             1849404          382055                 0               382055                 7
         ii. Acquisition                                0               0                 0                    0                 0
         iii. Rehabilitation                       633475          247336              1089               248425                 4
 3. Housing Services                               537273          520112              4445               524557                10
 4. Housing mgmt services                               0               0                 0                    0                 0
 5. Crime Prevention & Safety                      100000           36128                 0                36128                 1
 6. Model Activities                               194000           50000            144056               194056                 1
 7. Planning & administration                     1420893          893662            305295              1198957                16
 8. Reserves                                            0               0                 0                    0                 0
 9. Other                                               0               0                 0                    0                 0
 Total                                            7105068         3920828            917846              4838674                72


 Narrative:
 7. Column (a), line item #8, Reserves: Identify the purpose for the funds you placed in this category.
    This line item is no longer used.

  8. Explain any unexpected cost overruns associated with IHBG funds.
     There are no cost overruns associated with IHBG funds.

  9. Investments:     Date HUD approved: 05/14/2007
     Amount approved for investment: $ 4,491,717.
     Amount of IHBG funds (principal only) invested as of this reporting period end date: $1,502,358.




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Table II (continued)                                                                    BBHA FY07
                                                                                 Cumulative
                                  Number of                       Number of            Number of families assisted
                                     units        Number of          units
              Activity             planned          units         started not
                                  (from the       completed       completed
                                     IHP)
                                                                                  low-income        non low-        non-
                                                                                     Indian          income        Native
                                                                                    families       Indian fam.     Amer.
                 (a)                  (g)              (h)             (i)             (j)             (k)           (l)
1.Indian Housing Assistance
(1937 Act units)
         a. Modernization             40              43              27               70               0                0
         b. Operating                 270             N/A             N/A             270               0                0
2. Development
         a. Rental
i. Construction of new units
          ii. Acquisition
          iii. Rehabilitation
         b. Homeownership
i. Construction of new units           8               0               7                7               0                0
           ii. Acquisition
           iii. Rehabilitation         30              4               6               10               0                0
   3. Housing Services
   4. Housing Manage Serv.
   5. Crime Prevention                N/A             N/A             N/A             113               0                0
   /Safety
   6. Model Activities                 68             N/A             N/A              78               0                0
   7. Planning & admin
   8. Reserves
   9. Other
Total                                 376              47              40             478               0                0
Narrative (Table II, part 2) : Totals do not necessarily add as a result of multi-function services to same families.
           Mod unit numbers include major rehab, but not minor. All units delineated in supplemental info
           on mod program attached to Self-Evaluation, part of this APR. Uncompleted units to be completed with
           subsequent year funding.
           Number of completed units in 7(e) modernization includes a number of small scope projects as
           well as large rehab projects.
            B (i) – New home construction. Work on 4 units was in Dillingham, at the planning and environmental review
        stage. An additional 3 homeowners were assisted with soft second mortgages under Housing Services.
        Model Activity is rental assistance for LIHTC rentals.




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       Part II - Reporting on Program Year Accomplishments
      This Part is not grant specific. A single Part II consisting of Sections A through D (including Table III), is to be
      prepared and submitted at the end of each program year and will cover all open grants.

      SECTION A - MONITORING
      I. Self-Monitoring: Sec 403(b) of the NAHASDA statute and ¤1000.502 of the program regulations require
      that the recipient and the tribe are to be involved in monitoring activities. You are responsible for monitoring
      your grant activities to ensure compliance with NAHASDA and its implementing regulations, and for monitoring
      the performance goals included under the IHP. In addition, if you are the TDHE, the tribe is responsible for
      monitoring your programmatic performance for compliance with the IHP, its stated goals and objectives, and
      the NAHASDA statute and its implementing regulations.

      If you are a tribe reporting as the recipient, answer questions 1, 2 and 5. If you are a TDHE, answer all of the
      questions in this part.

 1. Briefly describe the self monitoring systems and internal control procedures you used and those you
    implemented during the past year to assure that program activities comply with NAHASDA and its program
    regulations.

      Top management report program status to the Board of Commissioners on a monthly basis. Financial status
      reports are also submitted monthly to the Board of Commissioners. A progress report on attaining the stated
      goals and objectives is reviewed by the Board on a monthly basis.
      Twice a year, the Executive Director gives a progress report to the Bristol Bay Native Association Board of
      Directors, who consist of tribal representatives. During the September meeting of the BBNA Board, the BBHA
      TDHE holds the Annual Meeting at which the progress of the existing IHP is detailed, and the draft of the
      following FY’s IHP is submitted.
      The Executive Director has internal monitoring sessions with managers twice a year, with an annual internal
      review prior to the APR draft being completed. The Self Evaluation was performed Dec. 17, 2007.
      Annually a training session with village administrators is held, this provides a forum for feedback from the
      administrators, which is valuable in internal monitoring


      2. If you are a tribe or a TDHE reporting as the recipient:

 a. List the activities you monitored:

      APR Development Process and IHP Monitoring
      Organizational Control Environment
      Resident Eligibility and Service Standards
      Fiscal and Financial Management
      Procurement and Contract Administration
      Labor Standards and Contract Administration
      Environmental Review
      Audit Report Checklist
      Financial Health Assessment
      Physical Assessment
      Complaint Management




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      b. Describe the results of each monitoring activity:

Compliance Deficiencies:          No Compliance Deficiencies, but suggested improvements in areas:

1.        Subrecipient monitoring problem with no shows and cancellations.

Departmental Suggested Improvements:

2.        Development-Mod:        Scheduling and Cost Containment for Mod program, better fiscal control (repeated).
3.        Housing Mgmt:           Annual recertification process slow, track and keep waiting lists upon determination.
4..       Finance:                Need better loan payment tracking on debt service schedule, better detail on AHFC
                                  coding for Supplemental housing grant expenditures.
5.        Tribal Development:     Plan to deal with “No-shows” when Village monitoring (repeat), turnover in villages.
6.        Admin/Executive:        Consistent manager meetings needed (repeat), also require manager review of all
                                  documents prior to execution by Exec or Deputy Director (also repeat).

Item noted on subsequent HUD Review:              N/A

c.    Describe any required corrective action:    None required, but suggested improvements:

Improvement Target
                                                                  nd
1.        Develop policy to charge villages for travel costs upon 2 cancellation or no-show.
2.        Implement computerized F9 Fundware reporting weekly, for use at review meetings.
3.        Utilize computer HDS program ability to signal times for recerts, keep all waiting list documents.
                   (It is acknowledged that a lot of this problem is with MHOA’s signed long ago (80-90’s).
4.        Create Debt schedule spreadsheet and enter Lotus Notes reminders, a new coding system has been
          Implemented prior to the end of the year.
5.        No show response is Item # 1, have trainings at SAVEC/King Salmon for new administrators.
6.        Schedule Managers Meetings month in advance, all documents complete prior to signature.


Action Steps

1.        Draft Policy, send out to villages, have adopted by BOC, send final policy to villages.
2.        Set up F9 system for weekly reports, distribute via e-mail.
3.        Set up a schedule to print recert schedule weekly, review at department meeting weekly.
4.        Set up the debt service schedule, program Lotus notes to send payment reminders.
5.        Implement as stated above in # 1, identify and schedule training for new administrators.
6.        Schedule recurring schedule for mgr’s meetings, return all documents not properly completed.




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 3. If you are a TDHE (in addition to answering #2):

           d. Describe the procedures the tribe used to monitor your affordable housing activities:

      Tribal representatives receive a written and oral report by the Executive Director at the semi-annual BBNA
      Board meetings, where they use the opportunity to ask questions about operations and give their views on
      various operational procedures. BBHA’s Annual meeting is coordinated with BBNA’s Board meeting in
      October to facilitate attendance by tribal representatives of the region. Various Tribal Councils have invited
      the Executive Director and/or managers to attend their meetings to discuss specific areas of concern. Tribal
      councils are provided copies of the annual Self-Evaluation (as part of the APR process), the Annual
      Performance Report, and the annual audit for the prior year. At the annual meeting in September, the Tribal
      Council representatives are provided with the Annual Meeting Board Packet, which includes the Audit Report
      for the prior year.

      BBNC, the Regional Corporation responsible for the Current Assisted Stock funding has designated their in
      house Attorney and Executive Assistant as liaisons to the TDHE. The liaisons receive and review the monthly
      board packet as part of their monitoring effort, and participate in the self-monitoring final meeting held at the
      end of the year.

      e.       List your activities the tribe monitored:

      The development pool allocation discussion again was a major topic at the September 2007 Annual Meeting.

      All general operations and Current Assisted Stock activities are reviewed as stated above by the BBNC
      liaison, and comments from respective tribes at the regional meetings and BBHA’s annual meeting.


      f. Describe the results of the activities the tribe monitored:

      Again, the single most concern is the level of funding provided by the “pool,” and smaller number of units
      provided when compared to the projects provided under the 1937 act. The meeting participants agreed that
      the existing system is fair, although recognizing that the funding limitations result in a very long time before all
      villages are served with new homes, and that only a fraction of the need is met.

     g.        Describe any corrective action required :

      Management will continue to evaluate Title VI and other options to leverage the number of homes provided.
      However, the financial capacity and stability of the housing authority must be maintained, and the debt
      burden cannot threaten the existing financial stability.




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      4.    If you are a TDHE, describe any issues regarding your program activities that were referred to the tribe
      by HUD, an auditor, etc. and your responses to them.

      No program activities were referred to the tribes by any agency or auditor.


      5. Describe any monitoring activities you conducted of your sub-recipients.

              On site visit monitoring/technical assistance to sub-recipients occurred in the year 2007 with
              the villages of Koliganek, Port Heiden, Togiak, New Stuyahok, Twin Hills and Ugashik.
              Attempts were made to visit Manokotak, Ivanof Bay and Portage Creek, but these were
              cancelled due to weather or unavailability of key staff, and rescheduled for 2008.
              Locations were selected either by a request for technical assistance and/or review, or
              through a risk assessment process. The variables used in the risk assessment include
              meeting reporting deadlines, cash management reports and complaints filed or received.
              Again, some of the villages requested a trip by the Tribal Development Department, who
              does the monitoring.
              Areas monitored include adherence to planned activities, budget compliance, occupancy
              and admission compliance, labor standards compliance, environmental compliance and
              financial controls and administrative capacity evaluations.

              Villages found to be needing assistance in these areas were targeted for a follow-up visit,
              and closer communications with the village administrator and council.




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           II.       Inspection of Units: Per 403(b) of NAHASDA, a monitoring program must include an on-site inspection
                     of all housing units assisted with NAHASDA funds and 1937 Housing Act funds. Use Table III to record the
                     results of the assisted housing units inspected in this reporting period.

                                          Table III - Inspection of Assisted Housing
                                                                                    Units Inspected

                                       Total          Total          Number          Number of        Number of          Number
                                       number of      number of      of units        units            units needing      of units
                                       units          units          in              needing          rehab (more        needing
                                                      Inspected      standard        rehab            than $20,000)      to be
                                                         (total d    condition       (costing                            replaced
                                                       through g)
             Activity                                                                less than
                                                                                     $20,000)
              (a)                           b.             c.             d.                e.               f.               g.
1.  1937 Housing Act
    units
   a. Mutual Help                            208             197           130               49                   18               0
   b. Low Rent                                52              45            45                0                    0               0
   c. Turnkey III
   d. Other
2. NAHASDA funded
    units
   a. Owned managed
    recipient
   b. Homeownership
   c. Rental                                     85             85             85                0                 0               0
   d. Temporary
    housing
   e. Other
      Total                                  345             327          260                49                   18               0
           Narrative:
           Note – Mutual Help – units needing rehab include all CAS units that need future CGP work thru conveyance.
           Rental - LIHTC units that are assisted with NAHASDA. Management units have been deleted from count.

           1. Describe your plan of action for complying with your inspection policy:
           Housing management and maintenance staff are assigned specific village units to inspect on a scheduled basis.
           Staff does a two level inspection of properties. A cursory Fire and safety inspection is scheduled for all units. If the
           cursory inspections indicate any potential problems with the unit, a more formal “long” form inspection is completed.
           This assures compliance with NAHASDA, however rewards good homeowners with a less intrusive inspection.
           LIHTC Properties are inspected to UPCS standards.

           2. If applicable, explain why all units were not inspected:
              Weather delays, homeowners not being available on scheduled inspection times. As the majority of project
              sites are in remote locations in Alaska, schedules are subject to aircraft weather delays, and as such some
              homeowners and/or rental unit tenants are not available when staff does reach the village.             These are
              rescheduled, however, not all occur by the end of the year, as due to cost considerations, they are `
              scheduled when another trip is going to be taken to that village, to reduce administrative costs.

           3. Describe the process you use to perform inspections on units you do not own or manage which are assisted
               with IHBG funds:
              Units assisted with down payment assistance are not inspected, as this is a one-time transaction. LIHTC units
              are inspected as part of AHFC's LIHTC and internal monitoring.


                 Conveyances – Please see table below which details conveyance activities as of September 30, 2007


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          Units reported as conveyed (conveyance eligible) to ONAP may still be in the conveyance legal process,
          but are not calculated in BBHA’s Current Assisted Stock formula, per HUD policy.

 FY07 - Official Submission - 07          D Mc               MH       LR                               FY06        Balance         Tota
                                                            Initia   Initia
                                                               l        l     Admin  Prev.  Units at 9/30/07                   Units
      Village               PROJECT           DOFA          Units    Units     Use  Convey Convey MH LR                       Conve

 Naknek                   AK94B010003     30-Sep-1979          15        -            -         10            -     5     -        10
 South Naknek             AK94B010004     31-Oct-1979          15        -            -         10            -     5     -             1
 Dillingham               AK94B010006     30-Sep-1979          50        -            -         47            -     3     -             4
 Levelock                 AK94B010007     31-Aug-1983          15        -            -         12            -     3     -             1
 Clarks Point             AK94B010008     31-Mar-1981          15        -            -         15            -     -     -             1
 Aleknagik                AK94B010009     31-Aug-1983           9        -            -          9            -     -     -
 Egegik                   AK94B010010     31-Aug-1983           7        -            -          7            -     -     -
 DLG/LowRent              AK02P010011     31-Dec-1982           -       20            5          -            -     -    15
 Port Heiden              AK02B010012     31-Aug-1983          14        -            -         13            -     1     -             1
 Igiugig                  AK02B010013     29-Feb-1984           4        -            -          3            -     1     -
 Kokhanok                 AK02B010013     29-Feb-1984          12        -            -         11            -     1     -             1
 Nondalton                AK02B010013     29-Feb-1984          13        -            -          8            -     5     -
 Newhalen                 AK02B010013     29-Feb-1984          15        -            -         13            -     2     -             1
 New Stu                  AK06B010018     29-Nov-1985          30        -            -         28            1     1     -             2
 Manokotak                AK06B010020     30-Jun-1988          24        -            -         10            2    12     -             1
 Chignik Bay              AK06B010022     30-Sep-1986          15        -            -         11            -     4     -             1
 DLG - Senior             AK06B010023     31-May-1986           -       15            -          -            -     -    15
 Ekwok                    AK06B010024     31-Dec-1992          20        -            -          3            -    17     -
 Chignik Lake             AK06B010025     30-Nov-1988          15        -            -          6            1     8     -
 Pilot Point              AK06B010026     30-Jan-1990          11        -            -          3            -     8     -
 Port Heiden              AK06B010027     30-Nov-1989          11        -            -          1            -    10     -
 King Salmon              AK06B010028     30-Dec-1995           7        -            -          -            -     7     -
 Aleknagik                AK06B010029     30-Nov-1995          20        -            -          -            -    20     -
 Dillingham               AK06B010030     30-Jun-1995          16        -            -          -            -    16     -
 Invanof Bay              AK06B010033     31-Dec-1992           5        -            -          -            -     5     -
 Perryville               AK06B010034     31-Dec-1992          14        -            -          -            -    14     -
 New Stu                  AK94B010035     30-Nov-1995          13        -            -          -            -    13     -
 Kokhanok                 AK94B010037     31-Mar-1998           8        -            -          -            -     8     -
 South Naknek             AK94B010038     31-May-1998           -        4            -          -            -     -     4
 Newhalen                 AK94B010039     31-Mar-1998           -        4            -          -            -     -     4
 Newhalen                 AK94B010040     31-Mar-1998           4        -            -          -            -     4     -
 Nondalton                AK94B010041     31-Dec-1998           -        8            -          -            -     -     8
 Togiak                   AK94B010042     31-Mar-1998          16        -            -          -            -    16     -
 Twin Hills*             AK94B010043 *    31-Dec-2002           7        -            -          -            -     7     -
 Koliganek                AK94B010043      1-Jan-2000          12        -            -          -            -    12     -
 Koliganek                AK94B010044      1-Jan-2000           -        6            -          -            -     -     6
 Total                  * Same ACC as Koliganek M/H           432      57         5       220             4       208    52          22


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        Other Units in Management – Please see table below which details units which were built since the inception
 of NAHASDA, or with Non-1937 Act funds, such as Low Income Housing Tax Credits through AHFC (LIHTC), USDA
 515 funds, and HUD 202 funds. NAH units are those built with NAHASDA pool funding since the end of the 1937 Act
 funds in 1998.

                                            Bristol Bay Housing Authority
                              NAHASDA, USDA, 202 and AHFC/LIHTC Projects in Management
                                              As of December 31, 2007


                                                                 NAH Rental                 FY05  Est Balance Total
                                                                Initial Initial Admin Prev. Units at 12/31/07 Units
           Village                PROJECT         DOFA          Units Units Use ConveyConvey NAH Rental Convey

     Forest View      AHFC/LIHTC - T090 3-Dec-1997                 -    24     -     -      -        -     24     -
                                         2-Jan-1999
     Southwest Elders USDA/AHFC/LIHTC - S093                       -    10     1     -      -        -     11     -
     Taiga View       LIHTC - P091/92   14-Oct-1999                -    15     1     -      -        -     16     -
     Marrulut Eniit   AHFC - M094       17-Feb-2000                -    10     1     -      -        -     11     -
     Muklung Manor USDA/AHFC/LIHTC - MM1 7-Jan-2004                -    16     -     -      -        -     16     -
     Quvularia New StuHUD 202 - K001     5-Mar-2005                -     5     1     -      -        -      6     -
     Togiak View      LIHTC-G096         9-Nov-2005                -    15     1     -      -        -     16     -
     Manokotak View LIHTC - 0097        20-Jan-2006                -    12     -     -      -        -     12     -

     Chignik Lagoon AK10-36                     4-Dec-2000        -      4     1     -      -       -       5     -
                      I
     Dillingham Phase AK10 - 45                19-Dec-2001        5      -     -     -      -       5        -    -
     Chignik Lake     Village House                 FY99          1      -     -     -      -       1        -    -
                      2
     Dillingham Phase AK10 - 45                 7-Jan-2003        7      -     -     -      -       7        -    -
     Ugashik          AK10 - 48                 1-Dec-2003        4      -     -     -      -       4        -    -
     Portage Creek    AK10 - 49                 1-Mar-2003        4      -     -     -      -       4        -    -
     Naknek           AK10 - 51                 1-Jan-2003        4      -     -     -      -       4        -    -
     Togiak         * AK10 - 52                12-Dec-2003        6      -     -     -      -       6        -    -
                    * AK10
     Togiak - NAH Rentals - 52                 12-Dec-2003        -      4     -     -      -       -       4     -
                    *
     Manokotak - NAH AK10 - 56                 30-Dec-2003        4      -     -     -      -       4        -    -
     Ekuk             AK10 - 53                 1-Feb-2004        5      -     -     -      -       5        -    -
     Clarks Point     AK 10- 54                 1-Apr-2006        5      -     -     -      -       5       -     -
     New Stuyahok     AK 10-55                Est. 1-Feb-2008    10      -     -     -      -      10        -
     Levelock         AK 10-56                 Dec. 21, 2007      6      -     -     -      -       6        -


     * Note - Togiak and Manokotak projects built with their own
       NAHASDA funds as direct receipient
       (Added to BBHA inventory when they returned)

     Total                                                       61    115     6     -      -      61     121      -




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 Housing Need – Applications on file as of 12/31/07


                          Mutual             Low
                           Help    NAHASDA   Rent      LIHTC

 Aleknagik                    11     20       2
 Chignik Bay                   5      2
 Chignik Lake                  6      2
 Clarks Point                  5     16
 Dillingham                   65     15       15
 Ekuk                          6     15
 Ekwok                         2     16
 Igiugig                       9      2
 Ivanof Bay                    2
 Kanatak                       2     20
 King Salmon                   3
 Kokhanok                      8     19        1
 Koliganek                     7     33        3
 Levelock                     15               3
 Manokotak                    19              11
 Naknek                        5     14
 New Stuyahok                 34     18
 Newhalen                      8      2       5
 Nondalton                     4              3
 Perryville                   10      20
 Port Heiden                   3      10
 Portage Creek                 4       5
 South Naknek                  3       1
 Togiak                       21       2
 Twin Hills                    5      13
 Ugashik                       2      12
        Total                264     257      43

 Forest View                                            14
 MEAL                                                    9
 Muklung Manor                                          14
 Taiga View
 East                                                    4
 Taiga View
 West
 Togiak View                                            14
      Total                                             55


      Total
   applications:                                                619


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SECTION B - AUDITS
     Per 24 CFR 1000.544, IHBG recipients must comply with the requirements of the Single Audit Act and OMB Circular A-
133 which require annual audits of recipients that expend Federal funds equal to or in excess of an amount specified by the
U.S. Office of Management and Budget. (Currently set at $300,000). Audit reports are to be submitted to HUD within 30
days after receipt or nine months after the end of the audit period (whichever is soonest). Per 24 CFR 1000.548, if a copy
of the audit has not already been submitted, it must be submitted with the APR.

     1. For this program year, did you expend Federal funds equal to or more than $500,000?
         Check one:        yes       x No

     2. If the audit is not submitted with this APR, the time period your last audit was covered is 01/01/06 to
        12/31/06 .

     3. If you are a TDHE, will your housing activities be included in the tribe’s audit (in which case you will not be
        submitting an audit
        for this period)?
          Check one:        yes          No      x

     4. If the answer to #3 is no, have you submitted your latest audit report to the tribe in accordance with 24 CFR
        1000.550?
          Check one:         yes      x       No

SECTION C - Public Accountability:
     1. Did you make this APR available to the citizens in your jurisdiction before it was submitted to HUD per 24 CFR
        1000.518?
         Check one:        yes     x    No

          Classified legal ad in Bristol Baytimes notified public of 21 day response time for comments. Notification also
          sent with copies of APR to all Bristol Bay villages, including those not "in" our plan.

          Public Notice: The Bristol Bay Housing Authority's FY 05, FY06, and FY07 Draft
          Annual Performance Report (APR) is available for public inspection at BBHA¹s
          offices in Dillingham, King Salmon and Nondalton. Copies of the report have
          also been mailed to the offices of all the tribal councils of the Bristol
          Bay Region. Comments are due to BBHA by 4:30 p.m. on March 14, 2008, for
          inclusion in the final APRs to be submitted to the Department of Housing
          and Urban Development.

     2. If you are a TDHE, did you submit this APR to the tribe per 24 CFR 1000.512?
          Check one:       yes      x    No        N/A

     3. If you answered no to question #1 and/or #2, provide an explanation as to why not and indicate when you will do so.

     4. Summarize any comments received from citizens:

          None Received

     5. Summarize any comments received from the tribe if applicable:

          None Received




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      Optional Public Accountability Information provided by BBHA:


Commissioner Compensation Policy

BBHA compensates its Commissioners who attend board and other meetings with a monthly stipend and travel/perdiem.
The stipend is paid at the rate of $ 500 per month, irrespective of the number of meetings and trainings. No
Commissioner receives more than $ 500 in any month. Commissioners also receive Blue Cross Health Insurance and
Life Insurance through the Authority.

Compensation for the aggregate of 5 Commissioners for 2007:
      Stipends                                                                      $ 30,000.
      Medical and Life Insurance                                                    $ 90,432.

Professional Fees – 2007

Legal Expenses                                                                      $    37,406.
Accounting and audit                                                                $    44,329.
Contracted CFO – Barry Moring, Anchorage                                            $    70,664.
Consultants                                                                         $    27,538.



Top 5 Employee Compensation – 2007
Name/Title                                                    Compensation              Retirement       Total

Dave McClure, Executive Director, Dillingham                      $ 115,512.             $ 25,646.     $ 141.158.
Andy Anderson, Deputy Director, Dillingham                            88,273.              29,756.      118,028.
Dwayne Larson, Modernization Coordinator                             61,875.              16,391.       78,265.
Kathy Myers, Tribal Development Director, King Salmon               55,648.              31,624.       87,272.
Vivian Shade, Housing Manager, Dillingham                           53,459.              31,085.       84,544.



BBHA’s administrative rate for 2007 is 17 %.




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SECTION D - Jobs Created by NAHASDA
    SUBMISSION OF THIS TABLE IS OPTIONAL . The information provided in this table may be used to respond to
 inquiries from Congress, other Federal agencies, and the public regarding the impact of the IHBG Program.

                   Table IV - Jobs Created by NAHASDA

                                       Number of            Number of           Number of positions needed
                                       permanent            temporary             to implement NAHASDA
                                        positions            positions
                                         created              created
                        (a)                 (b)                  (c)                           (d)

               Indian Housing               57                  142                            199
               Block Grant
               Assistance

          Narrative:

          Permanent positions include 22 employed by Bristol Bay Housing Authority, 15 persons employed by Marrulut
          Eniit Assisted Living (MEAL) facility, as contract employees through an agreement with the independent
          501(c)3 MEAL board, 6 persons employed by the Southwest Alaska Vocational and Education Center, as
          contract employees through an agreement with the independent 501(c) 3 SAVEC Board. An additional 3
          employees are employed by Bristol Bay Housing Authority under agreement with (LIHTC) Tax Credit
          Partnerships in the region. Another 7 are employed by Sub recipient Village Councils as planners or NAHASA
          Administrators.

          Temporary employees include 85 employed directly by Bristol Bay Housing Authority, 11 by the MEAL home, 3
          by SAVEC, and approximately 50 employed by the sub recipient Village Councils.

          Number of Positions needed to implement NAHASDA includes BBHA and Village Permanent and Temporary.




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