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State to Investigate Alexandria Housing Authority (And Why This Looks Really Fishy to People Who Haven't Yet Formed Their Own "Consultation" Companies) I have a question. Perhaps someone can answer it. What do these consultants actually do? Why do we need them? As some of you know, I'm in property management, and as a result, I often work with the Alexandria Housing Authority. I don't understand why this consultation contract was even needed in the first place. To help relocate people? Isn't that a basic responsibility of the housing authority? Isn't that what they do anyway? And what all-star qualifications does this consultation company have that would help the housing authority increase efficiency while decreasing expenses?