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8.1B TITLE IV-E, Administrative Functions/Costs, Allowable Costs - Foster Care Maintenance Payments Program
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Question Number 16:
07/11/2003 - Current
Question
Are administrative costs allowable when a child has run away from a foster care placement?
Answer
Yes, administrative costs are allowable when a child has run away from a foster care placement. The manual states, in section 8.3c.2, Question 3, that if a State retains placement and care responsibility for a child who has run away from a foster care placement, the State must continue to perform title IV-E activities on behalf of such a child, including holding six-month periodic reviews and permanency hearings.
Source/Date
*6/23/03
Legal and Related References
Section 474 of the Act; 45 CFR 1356.60; Child Welfare Policy Manual Section 8.3c.2

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06/26/2003 - 07/11/2003 (Original Record)
Question
Are administrative costs allowable when a child has run away from a foster care placement?
Answer
Yes, administrative costs are allowable when a child has run away from a foster care placement. The manual states, in section 8.3c.2, Question 3, that if a State retains placement and care responsibility for a child who has run away from a foster care placement, the State must continue to perform title IV-E activities on behalf of such a child, including holding six-month periodic reviews and permanency hearings.
Source/Date
Legal and Related References
Section 474 of the Act; 45 CFR 1356.60; Child Welfare Policy Manual Section 8.3c.2

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