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View Resource Suggested Procurement Strategies

The proposed process was developed during the MS Alternative Housing Program to design, prototype, and produce the highest quality unit in the shortest amount of time. Additionally, the proposed...

http://www.fas.org/programs/energy/btech/about/Procurement%2...
View Resource MEMA and the Alternative Housing Pilot Program

In August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina spawned the largest natural disaster in our nation?s history, decimating the housing stock of the Gulf Coast. In the following two months, Hurricanes Rita and W...

http://www.fas.org/programs/energy/btech/about/MEMA%20AHPP%2...
View Resource Indoor Air Quality - Mold: Mold Resources

This U.S. EPA website provides information regarding mold, and identifies a number of links to topics specific to the following: Introduction to Molds, Basic Mold Cleanup, Ten Things You Should Know...

http://www.epa.gov/mold/moldresources.html
View Resource The Relationship Between Housing and Health: Children at Risk Workshop: Report on the Workshop

This .pdf publication from the National Center for Healthy Housing reports information discussed during a 2002 workshop. It reviews the relationship between childhood asthma and housing,...

http://www.centerforhealthyhousing.org/Children_at_Risk_Work...
View Resource Housing and Health: Time Again for Public Health Action

This .pdf article from the American Journal of Public Health describes the justification for addressing environmental and safety issues in homes. It discusses why poor housing conditions often lead...

http://www.centerforhealthyhousing.org/Housing_and_Health.pd...
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