Non-profit moves into sixth year with no major findings
Birmingham, Alabama: Navigate Affordable Housing Partners announces it has received ISO 9001:2015 recertification from the Performance Review Institute (PRI).
“I am very proud of our team,” says CEO Lisa McCarroll. “PRI first certified us in 2014, and this is our sixth year of recertification audits with no major findings. It demonstrates our commitment not only to customer service but also to holding Navigate to the highest standards.”
“Navigate has demonstrated its commitment to world class quality management by implementing and becoming certified to the ISO 9001 standard. They have joined an elite number of organizations worldwide who have achieved certification to this globally recognized quality standard,” said Randy Daugharthy, Director of the Registrar Program at the Performance Review Institute Registrar. “PRI Registrar is proud to partner with Navigate in this accomplishment and look forward to continued support of their objective of quality excellence.”
About PRI Registrar
Since 1995, Performance Review Institute Registrar, a management systems registrar, has helped a multitude of organizations achieve and realize their true potential through the development of management systems and quality systems certification. As an affiliate of SAE International, PRI Registrar is a not-for-profit organization, uniquely motivated with a mission and commitment to raise the bar in any industry it serves. To learn more information, visit www.priregistrar.org or contact PRI Registrar at email@example.com today.
About Navigate Affordable Housing Partners
Based in Birmingham, Ala., Navigate Affordable Housing Partners is a nonprofit working to: ensure access to quality livable housing – as a housing provider; help revitalize neighborhoods – through community development work; and support the affordable housing industry – as a compliance agent and regulatory partner. Navigate’s core values — Service, Respect, Transparency, Quality, and Innovation – are applied to every aspect of their work and has resulted in an exemplary reputation in the housing industry. For further information, visit www.navigatehousing.com
$500,000 in CARES Act Funding to Fair Housing Organizations
On Monday, September 21st, HUD announced it's giving additional funding to 15 Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP) agencies. The total amount awarded is over $500,000 to Fair Housing agencies. The agencies span across 12 states. This funding is to support activities related to COVID-19.