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7.3 TITLE IV-B, Programmatic Requirements
Items with a star (*) and gray background have been modified from previous record.
Question Number 3:
09/28/2011 - Current
Question
Will States jeopardize their title IV-B funding if they choose not to apply for the CAPTA Basic State Grant (BSG)?
Answer
*No. A State's IV-B funding will not be affected if it does not apply for a CAPTA BSG. In order to receive CAPTA BSG funds, States must provide an assurance in their CAPTA Plans that the child abuse and neglect projects the State is funding under title IV-B comply with the CAPTA Plan (section 106 (b)(2)(E)). If a State does not apply for the CAPTA BSG, there would not be a CAPTA Plan, nor any such assurance.
Source/Date
*ACYF-NCCAN-PIQ-97-01 (3/4/97) updated 9/27/11
Legal and Related References
Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA), as amended (42 U.S.C. 5101 et seq.) - section 106

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04/01/2001 - 09/28/2011 (Original Record)
Question
Will States jeopardize their title IV-B funding if they choose not to apply for the CAPTA Basic State Grant (BSG)?
Answer
No. A State''s IV-B funding will not be affected if it does not apply for a CAPTA BSG. In order to receive CAPTA BSG funds, States must provide an assurance in their CAPTA Plans that the child abuse and neglect projects the State is funding under title IV-B comply with the CAPTA Plan (section 106 (b)(2)(D)). If a State does not apply for the CAPTA BSG, there would not be a CAPTA Plan, nor any such assurance.
Source/Date
ACYF-NCCAN-PIQ-97-01 (3/4/97)
Legal and Related References
Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA), as amended (42 U.S.C. 5101 et seq.) - section 106

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