Procurement Policy

This Procurement Policy complies with the Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) between The Housing Authority of the City of New Britain and The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Federal Regulations at 24 CFR 85.36, the procurement standards of the Procurement Handbook for PHAs, HUD Handbook 7460.8, Rev 2, and applicable State and Local laws.

The Housing Authority of the City of New Britain (NBHA) is a public agency located in New Britain, a city of 70,000 people situated on approximately 13.1 square miles in central Connecticut. NBHA manages 804 low-income housing units at seven developments throughout the City, half of which house the elderly and/or disabled with the remainder reserved for use by families. In addition, the NBHA administers 801 Section 8 Tenant Based Assistance Vouchers that provide rental assistance to families residing in the private market.

The mission of the NBHA is to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing to eligible residents of the City of New Britain. We are committed to improving the social, as well as material well being of the residents we serve, and strive to be our community’s affordable housing of choice.

The NBHA receives its funding primarily through grants provided by HUD.

The NBHA is under the direction of an Executive Director who is responsible for its daily operations. A five member Board of Commissioners appointed by the City’s Mayor provides oversight and assistance in establishing NBHA policy.

Please refer to the Procurement Policy for detailed information.