Energy and Performance Information Center (EPIC)
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OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0274
EXPIRATION DATE: 03/31/2015
OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0274
EXPIRATION DATE: 03/31/2015
OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0218
EXPIRATION DATE: 07/31/2019
OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0274
EXPIRATION DATE: 02/28/2022
OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0274
EXPIRATION DATE: 03/31/2015
OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0274
EXPIRATION DATE: 03/31/2015
OMB CONTROL NUMBER: 2577-0274
EXPIRATION DATE: 03/31/2015

About EPIC

This is an official US Government System for authorized use only. This system may be monitored to protect against unauthorized use. Attempts to circumvent security, use the system for unauthorized purposes, or interfere with the system, its data, or operation is prohibited. Unauthorized acts may result in criminal prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act of 1996. Use of this system constitutes consent to monitoring.

Public Housing Users: You may experience errors when trying to submit in Core Activity. Please hold off using Core Activity until further notice.

Please use Chrome, Edge or Firefox in EPIC.



Notice to PHAs: The authorization for automatic approvals of 5YAPs in EPIC has now expired. All 5YAP submissions require HUD Field Office review and approval. Please check out our website for updated guidance on the new Document Management Center, Activity Planning Guide and how to add a user to EPIC.

EPIC Registration Instructions:


New Users


If you are a PHA staff person click here

If you are a Tribe or TDHE staff person click here

If you are a HUD user click here

If you have an EPIC account but are having other difficulties logging in, please try resetting your WASS password. If this does not resolve your problem, send an email to either EPICHelp@hud.gov (PHA or public housing users) or ONAP_EPICHelp@hud.gov (Tribe/TDHE or ONAP users) and explain the issue you are encountering. In your e-mail, include your name, your User ID, your organization's name, and the specific type of error you are receiving. It would also be helpful (but not required) if you could send a screen shot of the problem screen and then paste the screen shot into the email. (The procedures for taking a screen shot vary depending on the version of Windows a person uses - to get instructions type "screen shot" in an Internet search engine to find instructions).

All EPIC users should have their own user name and password.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development