Grant Abstracts & Results

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OCSE offers two discretionary grant program opportunities that further the national child support mission and goals: Section 1115 Demonstration Grants and Special Improvement Project (SIP) Grants. 

Two types of abstracts describe each discretionary grant project.  The initial grant abstract, usually just a few sentences, provides a brief, basic description of the project, including the grantee’s name and state, and the purpose, child support focus area and duration of the project.

The final abstract is based on the grantee’s final report.  In 500 words or less, the abstract summarizes intervention strategies and findings into two sections:  What it does and Results

  • What it does – a high-level description of the project including expected objectives/goals and overall project approach
  • Results – a high-level summary of findings, which may focus on implementation challenges and implications rather than outcome measures

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