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8.1H TITLE IV-E, Administrative Functions/Costs, Training

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Question Number 10:
04/10/2007 - Current
QuestionMay the State claim title IV-E administrative expenses at the 50 percent match on training topics not allowable at the 75 percent match rate?
Answer*It depends. The State may claim title IV-E administrative costs for training staff on any topic areas that are necessary for the proper and efficient administration of the State?s title IV-E program. These would include topics that address general skills or knowledge required for overall job performance. Some examples of general training topics that the State may claim as a title IV-E administrative cost at the 50 percent match rate include, but are not limited to:

  • State agency personnel policies and procedures
  • Job performance enhancement skills (e.g., writing, basic computer skills, time management)
  • First aid, CPR, or facility security training
  • General supervisory skills or other generic skills needed to perform specific jobs
  • Ethics unrelated to the title IV-E State plan
  • Team building and stress management training
  • Safe driving
  • Worker retention and worker safety
Source/Date4/10/07
Legal and Related ReferencesSocial Security Act Section 474(a)(3)(E); 45 CFR 1356.60(c)

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04/10/2007 - 04/10/2007 (Original Record)
QuestionMay the State claim title IV-E administrative expenses at the 50 percent match on training topics not allowable at the 75 percent match rate?
AnswerIt depends. The State may claim title IV-E administrative costs for training staff on any topic areas that are necessary for the proper and efficient administration of the State?s title IV-E program. These would include topics that address general skills or knowledge required for overall job performance. Some examples of general training topics that the State may claim as a title IV-E administrative cost at the 50 percent match rate include, but are not limited to:

  • State agency personnel policies and procedures
  • Job performance enhancement skills (e.g., writing, basic computer skills, time management)
  • First aid, CPR, or facility security training
  • General supervisory skills or other generic skills needed to perform specific jobs
  • Ethics unrelated to the title IV-E State plan
  • Team building and stress management training
  • Safe driving
  • Worker retention and worker safety
Source/Date4/10/07
Legal and Related ReferencesSocial Security Act Section 474(a)(3)(E); 45 CFR 1356.60(c)

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