William M. Rohe, Michael D. Webb and Kirstin Frescoln. The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Approaching its 20th year of existence, Moving to Work (MTW) is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) demonstration program that provides participating housing authorities the flexibility to explore innovative policies. While 39 public housing authorities are currently participating in MTW, Congress is considering significantly expanding and/or reforming the program. This report evaluates the Charlotte Housing Authority’s (CHA) efforts to expand housing choices, assist clients in moving to self-sufficiency, and achieve greater cost-effectiveness in delivering services through MTW participation – which have been branded Moving Forward (MF). Moving to Innovation: Second Interim Moving Forward Assessment is the Center’s most recent in a series of Moving Forward assessments. This report was prepared under a contract with the Charlotte Housing Authority. August 2015. 81 pp. PDF file of publication.