What are the Quality Control Plan requirements for a HUD-approved Nonprofit?

A Quality Control (QC) Plan outlines the processes and procedures used by the nonprofit to monitor its compliance with FHA nonprofit program guidelines.
The nonprofit must develop and implement a QC Plan that explains its internal and external audit and monitoring procedures and must fully comply with the requirements in the Doing Business with FHA – Nonprofits, section (I.B.4). of Handbook 4000.1. The QC Plan must include the nonprofit’s reports, any reports of fraud, corrective action plans, and review procedures.

The nonprofit must maintain and update its QC Plan as needed to ensure it remains fully compliant with all applicable FHA requirements.
The nonprofit must retain all QC review results, including all selection criteria, review documentation, Findings, and corrective actions taken to mitigate or resolve Findings. This documentation must be maintained for a minimum of three years. The nonprofit must make all documentation relating to its QC Plan available to FHA at any time upon request.
For additional information see Handbook 4000.1 V.B.2. at https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/administration/hudclips/handbooks/hsgh
The  FHA-Approved Nonprofits web page is available at https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/housing/sfh/np

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Topic Number: KA-04548