William Rohe–PI. The Charlotte Housing Authority (CHA) is one of eight Moving to Work (MTW) agencies that have adopted a work requirement. Based on our earlier evaluation showing that their work requirement led to substantial gains in employment with no increase in evictions, the CHA has decided to expand the policy to its remaining family public housing developments and to tenant-based Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) participants. The expansion of the work requirement offers an opportunity to further study the impacts of public housing work requirements. This new study will utilize a mixed-method approach and a quasi-experimental research design. The research design will utilize two treatment groups (project-based housing and HCV clients) and two matched comparison groups of households in the Raleigh Housing Authority.