The names, salaries and positions of the 15 staffers were not available Wednesday, when the board of AHA, one of the largest public agencies in Georgia, decided to ask consulting firm Aon Hewitt to study its pay structure and compare it with comparable housing agencies. It is not clear how much the study, which is in response to the federal crackdown, will cost.
"We need to make sure the salaries are in line with the services provided," said Daniel Halpern, chairman of the agency's board of commissioners. "There is a responsibility ... to look into this, and at the end of the day, be good stewards."
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