Contract Management Services (CMS) is a department of the Housing Authority of the City of Bremerton (BHA) that was established in April 2011 to exercise essential governmental functions on behalf of BHA. CMS contracts with BHA for the provision of services to conduct Performance Based Contract Administration (PBCA) for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
BHA entered into its first ACC in 2000 in the state of Washington, and has been providing PBCA services ever since through the performance of its qualified and professional staff in the CMS Division of BHA.
As the current PBCA for Washington, Nebraska, and Utah, and as the sub-contractor for Hawaii, CMS successfully performs business in 4 time zones. CMS oversees more than 600 HAP Contracts and 28,800 units of affordable housing.
CMS furthers HUD’s policy priorities by carrying out activities to create jobs and contribute to local economic development, particularly for low-income populations and communities. Funds generated by the PBCA program directly benefit residents of affordable housing programs. These programs include major redevelopment projects which provide additional units of affordable housing to the communities, homeless shelters, self-sufficiency and training programs for residents.
To provide services that strengthen affordable housing communities.
To establish CMS as the foremost resource in affordable housing programs nationwide while maintaining a high level of customer care.
Compassion - CMS is dedicated to delivering services with compassion for our community and clientele.
Innovation - We are continually looking for new solutions to the challenges we face. We seek to convert knowledge and ideas into tangible benefits for our clients and staff.
Excellence - CMS strives for excellence in every detail of our work. We aim to meet the goals that we set for ourselves and by those who interact with us.