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TANF-ACF-PI-1997-09 (Revised TANF Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Levels for States)

Published: October 30, 1997
Audience:
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Topics:
Data Collection and Reporting, Maintenance of Effort (MOE)
Types:
Program Instructions (PI)
Tags:
State Maintenance-of-Effort (MOE)

To:

State Agencies administering the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program under Title IV-A of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA), and Other Interested Parties.

Subject:

Revised TANF Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Levels for States

References:

TANF-ACF-PI-96-2, “Maintenance of Effort Requirements,” dated December 6, 1996, and section 409(a)(7) of Title IV-A of the Social Security Act

Purpose:

This program instruction informs States of TANF MOE levels which have been revised subsequent to the issuance of TANF-ACF-PI-96-2.

Background:

We notified States of their TANF MOE levels in December 1996.  However, subsequent to that issuance, the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) determined that a change in its method for calculating the Mandatory Child Care Fund allocations under section 418 of Title IV-A, as amended, was necessary.  This was explained to Child Care Lead Agency directors in a letter dated August 6, 1997.

Section 409(a)(7) requires that the TANF MOE levels be based on the State share of FY 1994 expenditures for the AFDC, Emergency Assistance, JOBS, and the former child care programs under title IV-A.  Thus, in our review of the At-Risk child care (ARCC) expenditures for purposes of recalculating the Mandatory Child Care Fund allocations, we determined that the State share of ARCC expenditures for FY 1994 that was used in determining TANF MOE levels also had to be revised for some States.

It should be noted that the change in the TANF MOE levels are solely related to changes in the State share of ARCC expenditures for FY 1994, not expenditures for AFDC/JOBS and Transitional child care.

Attachment A contains an explanation of the changes in TANF MOE levels for all fiscal years. It also contains a separate discussion regarding the FY 1997 TANF MOE levels.

Inquiries:

Inquiries should be directed to the appropriate ACF Regional Administrator.

/s/

Norman L. Thompson 
Director
Office of Program Support

Attachments A-F


Attachment A

Revision of TANF MOE Levels[i]

As explained in the August 6, 1997 letter[ii], Mandatory Child Care Fund allocations (which are based on the Federal share of expenditures) were recalculated because: (1) ACF determined that its practice of using reported expenditures that exceeded amounts to which a State was entitled in Federal reimbursement-for the ARCC program was not a correct interpretation of the statute and (2) ACF determined that other incorrect data for the ARCC program had been used.

The August 1997 letter contained, as attachments, data for the Federal share of all child care expenditures for FYs 1992 through 1995 for finalizing the Mandatory Fund allocations.  The letter also contained the data for the State share of all childcare expenditures for FYs 1994 and 1995 for finalizing the Matching Child Care MOE levels[iii].  States were asked to review this data for correctness.

Here's an explanation of how the TANF MOE levels were revised.  We incorporated the revised State share of ARCC expenditures for FY 1994 into the TANF MOE calculations.  Attachment B contains the revised total expenditures for FY 1994 that were used in making the revised TANF MOE level calculations and the TANF MOE levels at 75 and 80 percent.  Attachment C contains a comparison of the total expenditures between the original and revised calculations and a comparison of the original and revised TANF MOE levels at 75 and 80 percent.  Decreases can be generally attributed to our use of the State share of ARCC expenditures that were limited to a State's maximum grant. In the original TANF MOE level calculations, the ARCC State share of expenditures for FY 1994 exceeded the maximum grant.  Thus, in using the lesser amount, i.e., the maximum grant instead of the reported amount, the MOE level was reduced.

For several other States, TANF MOE levels were increased because, as explained in August 1997 letter, the original data for the ARCC program for FY 1994 didn't include “end-of-year” adjustments in the database used to generate the data for calculating the MOE levels. “End-of-year” adjustments represent increasing claims generally, and decreasing claims, in some cases.  The increase in State TANF MOE levels were generally due to increasing claims for FY 1994 that resulted from “end-of-year” adjustments made for FY 1994.  In more limited instances, TANF MOE levels were increased as a result of our correction of the database following review of State submitted ACF-231 financial reports for the ARCC program for FY 1994.  All ARCC data that were used in the TANF MOE calculations were data, which had to be submitted as of April 28, 1995.

Attachment D contains a revised set of data for the FY 1994 State share of expenditures for AFDC, Emergency Assistance, the JOBS program, and the AFDC/JOBS, Transitional and At-Risk Child Care programs.  These were used in calculating the revised TANF MOE levels.  The only difference between these data and the data, which ACF made available to States in January for verifying original TANF MOE levels, occurs in the ARCC program.

FY 1997 TANF MOE Levels

In letters to TANF program directors dated January 7, 1997, we explained to States that for FY 1997 only, TANF MOE levels would be prorated.  We determined that prorated TANF MOE levels were necessary because States implemented the TANF programs at different times in FY 1997.  Thus, States were informed that 034qualified state expenditures made on and after the date the State begins operation of the TANF program034 would count towards meeting the prorated TANF MOE requirement.

Attachment E contains each State's prorated FY 1997 TANF MOE level. For States that implemented TANF on October 1, 1996 or before, the TANF MOE level has not been adjusted, i.e., it is the same amount listed in Attachment B.  For other States, we determined the TANF MOE levels by first determining the number of days in FY 1997 a State operated the TANF program.  (See Attachment F for TANF implementation dates.)  That number was multiplied by the TANF MOE level in Attachment B then divided by 365 (the number of days in FY 1997.)

Section 409(a)(7) also requires a reduction to a State's TANF MOE level in a fiscal year in which a State's State Family Assistance Grant (SFAG) is reduced because a Tribe within the State has received a Tribal Family Assistance Grant (TFAG).  Thus, for Wisconsin and Oregon, States in which Tribes operated a Tribal Family Assistance program in FY 1997, their TANF MOE levels were reduced by the same percentage that their SFAG was reduced in order to determine the Tribe's TFAG.

FY 1998 TANF MOE levels will also be reduced if a State's SFAG is reduced to fund TFAGs in the fiscal year. ACF will notify States of the appropriate reduction.

Finally, States that implemented TANF in FY 1996 should note that the TANF MOE requirement does not apply for FY 1996.  This program instruction supersedes TANF-ACF-PI-97-7, dated October 8, 1997.

Attachment B

State Maintenance of Effort Levels Required Under P. L. 104-193

Updated TANF MOE Table FY 1994 State Maintenance of Effort (MOE):

State

Expenditures[iv]

75% MOE Level[v]

80% MOE Level[vi]

Alabama

$52,285,491

$39,214,118

$41,828,393

Alaska

65,256,536

48,942,402

52,205,229

Arizona

126,703,568

95,027,676

101,362,854

Arkansas

27,785,269

20,838,952

22,228,215

California

3,635,855,463

2,726,891,597

2,908,684,370

Colorado

110,494,527

82,870,895

88,395,622

Connecticut

244,581,409

183,421,057

195,649,127

Delaware

29,028,092

21,771,069

23,222,474

District of Columbia

93,931,934

70,448,951

75,145,547

Florida

494,558,734

370,919,051

395,646,987

Georgia

231,158,036

173,368,527

184,926,429

Hawaii

97,308,640

72,981,480

77,846,912

Idaho

18,238,307

13,678,730

14,590,646

Illinois

573,450,924

430,088,193

458,760,739

Indiana

151,367,364

113,525,523

121,093,891

Iowa

82,617,695

61,963,271

66,094,156

Kansas

82,332,787

61,749,590

65,866,230

Kentucky

89,891,250

67,418,438

71,913,000

Louisiana

73,886,837

55,415,128

59,109,470

Maine

50,031,924

37,523,943

40,025,539

Maryland

235,953,925

176,965,444

188,763,140

Massachusetts

478,596,697

358,947,523

382,877,358

Michigan

624,691,167

468,518,375

499,752,934

Minnesota

239,660,347

179,745,260

191,728,278

Mississippi

28,965,744

21,724,308

23,172,595

Missouri

160,161,033

120,120,775

128,128,826

Montana

20,954,588

15,715,941

16,763,670

Nebraska

38,172,585

28,629,439

30,538,068

Nevada

33,985,152

25,488,864

27,188,122

New Hampshire

42,820,004

32,115,003

34,256,003

New Jersey

400,213,342

300,160,007

320,170,674

New Mexico

49,794,841

37,346,131

39,835,873

New York

2,291,437,926

1,718,578,445

1,833,150,341

North Carolina

205,567,684

154,175,763

164,454,147

North Dakota

12,092,381

9,069,286

9,673,905

Ohio

521,108,327

390,831,245

416,886,662

Oklahoma

81,667,075

61,250,306

65,333,660

Oregon

123,006,454

92,254,841

98,405,163

Pennsylvania

542,834,133

407,125,600

434,267,306

Rhode Island

80,489,394

60,367,046

64,391,515

South Carolina

47,902,320

35,926,740

38,321,856

South Dakota

11,699,056

8,774,292

9,359,245

Tennessee

110,413,171

82,809,878

88,330,537

Texas

314,301,005

235,725,754

251,440,804

Utah

33,720,732

25,290,549

26,976,586

Vermont

34,066,533

25,549,900

27,253,226

Virginia

170,897,560

128,173,170

136,718,048

Washington

362,747,765

272,060,824

290,198,212

West Virginia

43,058,053

32,293,540

34,446,442

Wisconsin

225,638,309

169,228,732

180,510,647

Wyoming

14,220,435

10,665,326

11,376,348

State Total

$13,911,582,525

$10,433,686,894

$11,129,266,020

10/31/97


Attachment C

TANF MOE

State

FY 1994 State
Published

FY 1994 State
Updated

Difference

75% MOE
Published

75% MOE
Updated

Difference

80% MOE
Published

80% MOE
Updated

Difference

Alabama

$52,285,491

$52,285,491

$0

$39,214,118

$39,214,118

$0

$41,828,393

$41,828,393

$0

Alaska

65,256,536

66,266,536

$0

48,942,402

48,942,402

$0

52,205,229

52,205,229

$0

Arizona

126,703,568

126,703,568

$0

95,027,676

95,027,676

$0

101,362,854

101,362,854

$0

Arkansas

27,785,269

27,785,269

$0

20,838,952

20,838,952

$0

22,228,215

22,228,215

$0

California

3,643,207,905

3,635,855,463

($7,352,442)

2,732,405,929

2,726,891,597

($5,514,332)

2,914,566,324

2,908,684,370

($5,881,954)

Colorado

110,494,527

110,494,527

$0

82,870,895

82,870,895

$0

88,395,622

88,395,622

$0

Connecticut

244,561,409

244,561,409

$0

183,421,067

183,421,057

$0

195,649,127

195,649,127

$0

Delaware

29,028,092

29,028,092

$0

21,771,069

21,771,069

$0

23,222,474

23,222,474

$0

District of Col

93,931,934

93,931,934

$0

70,448,951

70,448,951

$0

75,145,547

75,145,547

$0

Florida

494,558,734

494,558,734

$0

370,919,051

370,919,051

$0

395,646,987

395,646,987

$0

Georgia

231,158,036

231,158,036

$0

173,368,527

173,368,527

$0

184,926,429

184,926,429

$0

Hawaii

97,308,640

97,308,640

$0

72,981,480

72,981,480

$0

77,846,912

77,846,912

$0

Idaho

18,238,307

18,238,307

$0

13,678,730

13,678,730

$0

14,590,646

14,590,646

$0

Illinois

572,027,363

573,450,924

1,423,661

429,020,522

430,088,193

1,067,671

457,621,890

458,760,739

1,138,849

Indiana

151,366,637

151,367,364

727

113,524,978

113,525,523

545

121,093,310

121,093,891

582

Iowa

82,617,695

82,617,695

$0

61,963,271

61,963,271

$0

66,094,156

66,094,156

$0

Kansas

82,332,751

82,332,787

36

61,749,563

61,749,590

27

65,866,201

65,866,230

29

Kentucky

89,891,312

89,891,250

($62)

67,418,484

67,418,438

($47)

71,913,050

71,913,000

($50)

Louisiana

73,886,837

73,886,837

$0

55,415,128

55,415,128

$0

59,109,470

59,109,470

$0

Maine

50,370,048

50,031,924

($338,124)

37,777,536

37,523,943

(253,593)

40,296,038

40,025,539

($270,499)

Maryland

235,953,925

235,953,925

$0

176,965,444

176,965,444

$0

188,763,140

188,763,140

$0

Massachusetts

478,596,697

478,596,697

$0

358,947,523

358,947,523

$0

382,877,358

382,877,358

$0

Michigan

624,691,167

624,691,167

$0

468,518,375

468,518,375

$0

499,752,934

499,752,934

$0

Minnesota

239,660,347

239,660,347

$0

179,745,260

179,745,260

$0

191,728,278

191,728,278

$0

Mississippi

28,966,744

28,965,744

$0

21,724,308

21,724,308

$0

23,172,695

23,172,595

$0

Missouri

160,161,033

160,161,033

$0

120,120,775

120,120,775

$0

128,128,826

128,128,826

$0

Montana

20,919,224

20,954,588

35,364

15,689,418

15,715,941

26,623

16,735,379

16,763,670

28,291

Nebraska

38,628,645

38,172,685

($456,060)

28,971,484

28,629,439

($342,045)

30,902,916

30,538,066

($364,848)

Nevada

33,985,152

33,985,152

$0

25,488,864

25,488,864

$0

27,188,122

27,188,122

$0

New Hampshire

42,820,131

42,820,004

($127)

32,115,098

32,115,003

($95)

34,256,105

34,256,003

($102)

New Jersey

405,274,008

400,213,342

($5,060,666)

303,955,506

300,160,007

($3,795,500)

324,219,206

320,170,674

($4,048,533)

New Mexico

49,933,908

49,794,841

($139,067)

37,450,431

37,346,131

($104,300)

39,947,126

39,835,873

($111,254)

New York

2,281,060,386

2,291,437,926

10,377,540

1,710,795,290

1,718,678,445

7,783,155

1,824,848,309

1,833,160,341

8,302,032

North Carolina

205,667,684

205,567,684

$0

154,175,763

154,175,763

$0

164,454,147

164,454,147

$0

North Dakota

12,092,480

12,092,381

($99)

9,069,360

9,069,286

($74)

9,673,984

9,673,905

($79)

Ohio

620,734,467

521,108,327

373,860

390,550,850

390,831,245

280,395

416,587,574

416,886,662

299,088

Oklahoma

81,667,075

81,667,075

$0

61,250,306

61,250,306

$0

65,333,660

65,333,660

$0

Oregon

123,006,454

123,006,464

$0

92,254,841

92,254,841

$0

98,405,163

98,405,163

$0

Pennsylvania

542,834,133

542,834,133

$0

407,126,600

407,125,600

$0

434,267,306

434,267,306

$0

Rhode Island

80,489,394

80,489,394

$0

60,367,046

60,367,046

$0

64,391,515

64,391,515

$0

South Carolina

47,786,847

47,902,320

116,473

35,839,385

35,926,740

87,355

38,228,678

38,321,656

93,178

South Dakota

11,699,056

11,699,056

$0

8,774,292

8,774,292

$0

9,359,245

9,359,245

$0

Tennessee

110,413,171

110,413,171

$0

82,809,878

82,809,878

$0

88,330,537

88,330,537

$0

Texas

314,299,558

314,301,005

1,447

235,724,669

236,725,754

1,085

251,439,646

251,440,804

1,158

Utah

33,720,733

33,720,732

($1)

25,290,550

25,290,549

($1)

26,976,586

26,976,585

($1)

Vermont

34,204,541

34,066,533

($138,008)

25,653,406

25,549,900

($103,506)

27,363,633

27,253,226

($110,406)

Virginia

170,897,560

170,897,560

$0

128,173,170

128,173,170

$0

136,718,048

136,718,048

$0

Washington

362,747,900

362,747,765

($135)

272,060,925

272,060,824

($101)

290,198,320

290,198,212

($108)

West Virginia

43,601,385

43,058,053

($543,332)

32,701,039

32,293,540

($407,499)

34,881,108

34,446,442

($434,666)

Wisconsin

226,638,309

226,638,309

$0

169,228,732

169,228,732

$0

180,510,647

180,510,647

$0

Wyoming

14,220,435

14,220,435

$0

10,665,326

10,665,326

$0

11,376,348

11,376,348

>$0

State Total

$13,913,281,640

$13,911,682,526

($1,699,115)

$10,434,961,230

$10,433,686,894

($1,274,336)

$11,130,625,312

$11,129,266,020

($1,359,292)

31-Oct-97


Attachment D-1

Calculation of State Maintenance of Effort Under TANF


FY 1994 Expenditures (Data as of April 28, 1995)

STATE

MAP
TOTAL

MAP
FEDERAL

MAP
STATE

EA
TOTAL

EA
FEDERAL

EA
STATE

ALABAMA

91,940,385

65,479,709

26,460,676

7,524,779

3,762,390

3,762,389

ALASKA

112,523,273

56,261,637

56,261,636

-

-

-

ARIZONA

265,858,897

179,064,333

86,794,564

13,541,298

6,770,648

6,770,650

ARKANSAS

57,364,059

42,713,305

14,650,754

3,103,282

1,551,640

1,551,642

CALIFORNIA

6,088,320,897

3,044,160,449

3,044,160,448

292,034,653

146,017,327

146,017,326

COLORADO

168,246,698

85,927,957

72,318,741

25,798,859

12,899,429

12,899,430

CONNECTICUT

397,024,345

198,512,172

198,512,173

19,075,921

9,537,961

9,537,960

DELAWARE

39,650,063

19,825,032

19,825,031

555,042

277,521

277,521

DISTRICT OF COL

126,263,084

63,131,544

63,131,640

16,084,760

8,042,382

8,042,378

FLORIDA

806,235,456

441,638,170

3 64,597,286

11,299,932

5,649,966

5,649,966

GEORGIA

427,931,894

267,334,886

160,597,008

14,784,446

7,392,223

7,392,223

HAWAII

163,010,306

81,505,153

81,505,153

722,862

361,432

361,430

IDAHO

30,271,677

21,468,672

8,803,005

4,647,404

2,323,702

2,323,702

ILLINOIS

913,544,002

456,772,001

456,772,001

23,378,301

11,689,152

11,689,149

INDIANA

228,172,425

144,866,894

83,305,531

60,115,040

30,057,519

30,057,521

IOWA

169,234,562

107,177,090

62,057,472

1,758,150

879,075

879,075

KANSAS

123,087,443

73,261,646

49,825,797

12,122,439

6,061,219

6,061,220

KENTUCKY

198,306,571

140,617,922

57,688,649

-

-

-

LOUISIANA

168,357,429

123,725,401

44,632,028

-

-

-

MAINE

107,473,836

66,590,705

40,883,131

737,687

368,845

368,842

MARYLAND

313,798,650

156,899,326

156,899,325

10,194,496

5,097,248

5,097,248

MASSACHUSETTS

729,704,760

364,852,381

364,852,379

48,524,242

24,262,121

24,262,121

MICHIGAN

1,132,164,581

638,218,974

493,945,607

18,312,880

9,156,440

9,156,440

MINNESOTA

379,408,961

207,347,334

172,061,627

15,229,117

7,614,559

7,614,558

MISSISSIPPI

81,748,633

64,458,659

17,289,974

-

-

-

MISSOURI

286,905,157

173,980,184

112,924,973

15,084,827

7,542,414

7,542,413

MONTANA

48,937,131

34,769,727

14,167,404

386,324

193,162

193,162

NEBRASKA

61,582,179

38,166,988

23,415,191

911,609

455,805

455,804

NEVADA

48,094,007

24,196,095

23,897,912

674,632

337,316

337,316

NEW HAMPSHIRE

61,869,867

30,934,934

30,934,933

1,568,111

784,056

784,055

NEW JERSEY

531,343,374

266,671,687

265,671,687

41,230,242

20,615,121

20,615,121

NEW MEXICO

143,896,796

108,535,170

35,361,626

2,307

1,154

1,153

NEW YORK

2,913,093,303

1,456,546,653

1,456,546,650

837,710,455

418,865,228

418,855,227

NORTH CAROLINA

352,505,065

229,614,428

122,890,637

7,976,511

3,988,256

3,988,255

NORTH DAKOTA

25,552,673

18,175,616

7,377,057

3,004,090

1,502,046

1,502,044

OHIO

1,015,807,203

617,915,522

397,891,681

7,708,511

3,854,256

3,854,255

OKLAHOMA

165,157,119

116,254,973

48,902,146

1,027,212

513,607

513,605

OREGON

196,710,380

122,196,358

74,514,022

9,007,036

4,503,519

4,503,517

PENNSYLVANIA

934,768,622

510,474,847

424,293,775

5,749,381

2,874,690

2,874,691

RHODE ISLAND

136,005,560

73,266,199

62,739,361

2,011,170

1,005,586

1,005,584

SOUTH CAROLINA

116,096,085

81,809,844

33,286,241

773,756

386,879

386,877

SOUTH DAKOTA

24,570,478

17,076,423

7,494,055

1,802,931

901,465

901,466

TENNESSEE

215,069,779

144,418,740

70,651,039

1,912,998

956,500

956,498

TEXAS

544,325,813

349,348,306

194,977,507

3,528,957

1,764,478

1,764,479

UTAH

77,253,060

57,728,380

19,524,680

505,592

252,797

252,795

VERMONT

64,870,402

38,631,595

26,238,807

963,447

481,724

481,723

VIRGINIA

253,031,109

126,515,555

126,515,554

72,271

36,137

36,134

WASHINGTON

609,891,832

330,789,200

279,102,632

5,815,554

2,907,777

2,907,777

WEST VIRGINIA

125,865,587

95,304,414

30,561,173

5,544,752

2,772,377

2,772,376

WISCONSIN

424,665,066

256,758,065

167,907,001

3,355,663

1,677,832

1,677,831

WYOMING

21,414,891

14,054,594

7,360,297

5,216,363

2,608,182

2,608,181

TOTAL

22,707,925,425

12,444,945,848

10,262,979,577

1,563,090,292

781,545,163

781,545,129

Oct 31, 1997


Attachment D-2

Calculation of State Maintenance of Effort Under TANF


FY 1994 Expenditures (Data as of April 28, 1995)

Oct 31, 1997


Attachment D-3

Calculation of State Maintenance of Effort Under TANF

FY 1994 Expenditures (Data as of April 28, 1995)

STATE

AFDC/TCC
TOTAL

AFDC/TCC
FEDERAL

AFDC/TCC
STATE

AT-RISK
TOTAL

AT-RISK
FEDERAL

AT-RISK
STATE

ALABAMA

16,621,415

11,837,740

4,783,675

5,933,991

4,226,189

1,707,802

ALASKA

3,761,508

1,880,754

1,880,754

1,716,814

858,407

858,407

ARIZONA

16,707,989

11,010,482

5,697,507

7,124,302

4,694,914

2,429,388

ARKANSAS

2,067,249

1,539,274

527,976

3,126,594

2,328,062

798,532

CALIFORNIA

60,685,272

30,342,636

30,342,636

110,501,162

55,250,581

55,250,581

COLORADO

10,579,716

5,744,785

4,834,931

7,480,138

4,061,715

3,418,423

CONNECTICUT

21,264,254

10,632,128

10,632,126

9,147,323

4,573,662

4,573,661

DELAWARE

6,862,795

3,431,398

3,431,397

1,541,307

770,654

770,653

DISTRICT OF COL

6,386,507

3,193,254

3,193,253

1,073,882

536,941

536,941

FLORIDA

40,205,129

22,024,370

18,180,759

25,377,715

13,903,803

11,473,912

GEORGIA

54,276,187

33,906,335

-20,369,852

1,431,692

894,378

537,314

HAWAII

3,300,194

1,651,421

1,648,773

3,120,064

1,560,033

1,560,031

IDAHO

2,015,046

1,429,071

585,975

2,028,350

1,438,506

589,844

ILLINOIS

44,053,125

22,026,564

22,026,561

26,852,536

13,426,268

13,426,268

INDIANA

23,705,041

15,050,338

8,654,703

8,162,688

5,182,453

2,980,235

IOWA

5,385,777

3,410,813

1,974,964

5,016,347

3,176,853

1,839,494

KANSAS

11,445,910

6,812,606

4,633,304

5,038,834

2,999,113

2,039,721

KENTUCKY

17,835,401

12,647,075

5,188,326

5,717,919

4,054,577

1,663,342

LOUISIANA

14,505,716

10,660,251

3,845,465

-

-

-

MAINE

2,025,019

1,254,702

770,317

2,154,863

1,335,153

819,710

MARYLAND

34,968,780

17,484,390

17,484,390

11,124,504

5,562,252

5,562,252

MASSACHUSETTS

63,676,460

31,838,231

31,838,229

12,479,966

6,239,983

6,239,983

MICHIGAN

15,796,088

8,973,987

6,822,101

26,126,578

14,727,552

11,399,026

MINNESOTA

30,329,619

16,575,250

13,754,369

9,805,301

5,358,597

4,446,704

MISSISSIPPI

4,985,571

3,931,122

1,054,449

179,968

141,906

38,062

MISSOURI

24,720,340

14,990,415

9,729,925

9,773,117

5,926,418

3,846,699

MONTANA

3,104,814

2,205,953

898,861

1,077,688

765,698

311,990

NEBRASKA

13,980,939

8,665,387

5,315,552

3,112,696

1,929,249

1,183,447

NEVADA

1,893,598

952,670

940,928

2,796,109

1,406,799

1,389,310

NEW HAMPSHIRE

6,105,681

3,052,841

3,052,840

2,521,616

1,260,808

1,260,808

NEW JERSEY

21,224,128

10,612,064

10,612,064

16,543,752

8,271,876

8,271,876

NEW MEXICO

8,409,891

6,236,050

2,173,841

2,792,955

2,071,535

721,420

NEW YORK

88,183,974

44,091,987

44,091,987

39,293,966

19,646,983

19,646,983

NORTH CAROLINA

81,840,934

53,358,212

28,482,722

11,166,887

7,274,110

3,892,777

NORTH DAKOTA

2,471,502

1,757,979

713,523

1,051,555

748,042

303,513

OHIO

73,351,254

44,587,599

28,763,655

12,282,714

7,471,573

4,811,141

OKLAHOMA

25,229,139

17,758,791

7,470,348

5,304,554

3,733,875

1,570,679

OREGON

24,046,363

14,939,278

9,107,085

5,395,390

3,351,616

2,043,774

PENNSYLVANIA

60,095,961

32,818,307

27,277,654

22,893,172

12,601,961

10,391,211

RHODE ISLAND

9,052,068

4,876,349

4,175,719

1,572,432

847,069

725,363

SOUTH CAROLINA

4,605,336

3,273,473

1,331,863

3,545,943

2,520,456

1,025,487

SOUTH DAKOTA

1,765,569

1,227,070

538,499

633,195

440,071

193,124

TENNESSEE

45,027,789

30,236,161

14,791,628

3,246,225

2,179,840

1,066,385

TEXAS

62,544,267

40,148,705

22,395,562

22,718,936

14,581,014

8,137,922

UTAH

13,135,085

9,765,936

3,369,149

3,800,440

2,825,627

974,813

VERMONT

5,541,783

3,308,043

2,233,74Q

1,069,427

636,844

432,583

VIRGINIA

23,079,555

11,539,778

11,539,777

10,869,127

5,434,565

5,434,562

WASHINGTON

56,086,652

30,421,400

25,665,252

11,131,528

6,037,741

5,093,787

WEST VIRGINIA

7,058,473

5,344,676

1,713,797

2,379,297

1,801,604

577,693

WISCONSIN

20,079,741

12,142,047

7,937,694

9,640,290

5,829,483

3,810,807

WYOMING

3,193,284

2,095,752

1,097,532

1,095,975

719,289

376,686

TOTAL

1,199,273,888

699,695,900

499,577,988

499,971,824

277,516,698

222,455,126

 

Oct 31, 1997

 


 

Attachment D-4

 

Calculation of State Maintenance of Effort Under TANF FY 1994 Expenditures (Data as of April 28, 1995)

 

 

STATE

JOBS
TOTAL

JOBS
FEDERAL

JOBS
STATE

FY 1994
TOTAL
STATE SHARE

MOE:
75% of FY94
STATE SHARE

MOE:
80% of FY94
STATE SHARE

ALABAMA

13,394,497

9,543,665

3,850,932

52,285,491

39,214,118

41,828,393

ALASKA

3,490,389

2,103,549

1,386,840

65,256,536

48,942,402

52,206,229

ARIZONA

11,159,977

7,000,483

4,159,494

126,703,568

95,027,676

101,362,854

ARKANSAS

8,878,108

4,999,475

3,878,633

27,785,269

20,838,952

22,228,215

CALIFORNIA

188,172,408

108,287,646

79,884,762

3,635,855,463

2,726,891,597

2,908,684,370

COLORADO

14,215,507

9,055,549

5,159,958

110,494,527

82,870,895

88,395,622

CONNECTICUT

15,098,329

9,190,427

5,907,902

244,561,409

183,421,057

195,649,127

DELAWARE

3,565,768

2,193,395

1,372,373

29,028,092

21,771,069

23,222,474

DISTRICT OF COL

8,031,110

6,190,219

2,840,891

93,931,934

70,448,951

75,145,547

FLORIDA

26,748,386

12,741,304

14,007,082

494,558,734

370,919,051

395,646,987

GEORGIA

28,242,938

16,841,099

11,401,839

231,158,036

173,368,527

184,926,429

HAWAII

12,048,308

4,673,985

7,374,323

97,308,640

72,981,480

77,846,912

IDAHO

4,138,689

2,551,946

1,586,743

18,238,307

13,678,730

14,590,646

ILLINOIS

60,858,358

30,662,880

20,295,478

573,450,924

430,088,193

458,760,739

INDIANA

18,187,914

10,769,207

7,418,707

151,367,364

113,525,523

121,093,891

IOWA

14,133,638

8,740,687

6,392,951

82,617,695

61,963,271

66,094,156

KANSAS

10,318,583

6,213,804

4,104,779

82,332,787

61,749,590

65,866,230

KENTUCKY

21,883,624

13,246,478

8,638,146

89,891,250

67,418,438

71,913,000

LOUISIANA

31,501,557

16,607,277

14,894,280

73,886,837

55,415,128

59,109,470

MAINE

9,862,410

5,626,796

4,235,614

50,031,924

37,523,943

40,025,539

MARYLAND

21,418,890

13,119,354

8,299,536

235,953,926

176,965,444

188,763,140

MASSACHUSETTS

35,875,714

22,365,873

13,509,841

478,596,697

358,947,523

382,877,358

MICHIGAN

68,877,383

42,122,175

26,755,208

624,691,167

468,518,375

499,752,934

MINNESOTA

21,422,994

13,312,983

8,110,011

239,660,347

179,745,260

191,728,278

MISSISSIPPI

8,810,313

5,533,613

3,276,700

28,965,744

21,724,308

23,172,595

MISSOURI

19,266,027

11,527,350

7,738,677

160,161,033

120,120,775

128,128,826

MONTANA

3,510,961

2,458,857

1,052,104

20,954,588

15,715,941

16,763,670

NEBRASKA

4,275,437

2,653,173

1,622,264

38,172,585

28,629,439

30,538,068

NEVADA

1,841,966

1,142,357

699,609

33,985,152

25,488,864

27,188,122

NEW HAMPSHIRE

6,265,355

3,480,678

2,784,677

42,820,004

32,115,003

34,256,003

NEW JERSEY

46,631,131

28,297,297

18,333,834

400,213,342

300,160,007

320,170,674

NEW MEXICO

2,974,431

1,991,811

982,620

49,794,841

37,346,131

39,835,873

NEW YORK

150,339,623

87,799,268

62,540,355

2,291,437,926

1,718,578,445

1,833,150,341

NORTH CAROLINA

35,142,954

20,664,521

14,478,433

205,567,684

164,175,763

164,454,147

NORTH DAKOTA

1,091,584

852,970

238,614

12,092,381

9,069,286

9,673,905

OHIO

94,183,189

52,244,648

41,938,541

521,108,327

390,831,245

416,886,662

OKLAHOMA

11,125,120

7,322,194

3,802,926

81,667,075

61,250,306

65,333,660

OREGON

18,991,538

11,892,062

7,099,476

123,006,454

92,254,841

98,405,163

PENNSYLVANIA

63,899,897

37,632,751

26,267,146

542,834,133

407,125,600

434,267,306

RHODE ISLAND

7,657,215

4,587,519

3,069,696

80,489,394

60,367,046

64,391,515

SOUTH CAROLINA

8,685,149

6,098,907

2,586,242

47,902,320

35,926,740

38,321,856

SOUTH DAKOTA

1,759,735

1,241,695

518,040

11,699,056

8,774,292

9,359,245

TENNESSEE

13,820,144

8,940,664

4,879,480

110,413,171

82,809,878

88,330,537

TEXAS

59,116,257

35,811,562

23,304,695

314,301,005

235,725,754

251,440,804

UTAH

6,552,697

4,795,629

1,757,068

33,720,732

25,290,549

26,976,586

VERMONT

5,037,124

3,172,417

1,864,707

34,066,533

25,549,900

27,253,226

VIRGINIA

17,520,352

10,294,096

7,226,266

170,897,560

128,173,170

136,718,048

WASHINGTON

25,119,123

16,329,134

8,789,989

362,747,765

272,060,824

290,198,212

WEST VIRGINIA

12,727,938

8,666,753

4,061,185

43,058,053

32,293,540

34,446,442

WISCONSIN

38,902,377

23,974,191

14,928,186

225,638,309

169,228,732

180,510,647

WYOMING

2,524,572

1,456,668

1,067,904

14,220,435

10,665,326

11,376,348

TOTAL

1,320,378,486

785,559,027

531,376,747

13,911,582,525

10,433,686,894

11,129,266,020

Oct 31, 1997


Attachment E

FY 1997 State TANF Maintenance of Effort Levels Adjusted for TANF implementation Dates

Based on Updated MOE Levels

STATE

TANF
DATE

NO. OF DAYS
IN FY-1997
UNDER TANF

75% MOE
LEVEL

PRORATED
MOE AT 75%

80% MOE
LEVEL

PRORATED
MOE AT 80%

ALABAMA

11/15/96

320

39,214,118

34,379,501

41,828,393

36,671,468

ALASKA

7/1/97

92

48,942,402

12,336,167

52,205,229

13,158,578

ARIZONA

10/1/96

365

95,027,676

95,027,676

101,362,854

101,362,854

ARKANSAS

7/1/97

92

20,838,952

5,252,558

22,228,215

5,602,728

CALIFORNIA

11/26/96

309

2,726,891,597

2,308,519,188

2,908,684,370

2,462,420,467

COLORADO

7/1/97

92

82,870,895

20,888,006

88,395,622

22,280,540

CONNECTICUT

10/1/96

365

183,421,057

183,421,057

195,649,127

195,649,127

DELAWARE

3/10/97

205

21,771,069

12,227,587

23,222,474

13,042,759

DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA

3/1/97

214

70,448,951

41,304,316

75,145,547

44,057,937

FLORIDA

10/1196

365

370,919,051

370,919,051

395,646,987

395,646,987

GUAM

7/1/97

92

223,825

56,416

238,747

60,177

GEORGIA

1/1/97

273

173,368,527

129,670,159

184,926,429

138,314,836

HAWAII

7/1/97

92

72,981,480

18,395,332

77,846,912

19,621,687

IDAHO

7/1/97

92

13,678,730

3,447,790

14,590,646

3,677,642

ILLINOIS

7/1/97

92

430,088,193

108,405,791

458,760,739

115,632,844

INDIANA

10/1/96

365

113,525,523

113,525,523

121,093,891

121,093,891

IOWA

1/1/97

273

61,963,271

46,345,132

66,094,156

49,434,807

KANSAS

10/1/96

365

61,749,590

61,749,590

65,866,230

65,866,230

KENTUCKY

10/18/96

348

67,418,438

64,278,401

71,913,000

68,563,627

LOUISIANA

1/1/97

273

55,415,128

41,447,479

59,109,470

44,210,644

MAINE

11/1/96

334

37,523,943

34,336,978

40,025,539

36,626,110

MARYLAND

12/9/96

296

176,965,444

143,511,702

188,763,140

153,079,149

MASSACHUSETTS

9/30/96

365

358,947,523

358,947,523

382,877,358

382,877,358

MICHIGAN

9/30/96

365

468,518,375

468,518,375

499,752,934

499,752,934

MINNESOTA

7/1/97

92

179,745,260

45,305,655

191,728,278

48,326,032

MISSISSIPPI

10/1/96

365

21,724,308

21,724,308

23,172,595

23,172,595

MISSOURI

12/1/96

304

120,120,775

100,045,796

128,128,826

106,715,516

MONTANA

2/1/97

242

15,715,941

10,419,884

16,763,670

11,114,543

NEBRASKA

12/1/96

304

28,629,439

23,844,793

30,538,068

25,434,446

NEVADA

12/3/96

302

25,488,864

21,089,416

27,188,122

22,495,377

NEW HAMPSHIRE

10/1/96

365

32,115,003

32,115,003

34,256,003

34,256,003

NEW JERSEY

2/1/97

242

300,160,007

199,010,196

320,170,674

212,277,542

NEW MEXICO

7/1/97

92

37,346,131

9,413,271

39,835,873

10,040,823

NEW YORK

12/2/96

303

1,718,578,445

1,426,655,531

1,833,150,341

1,521,765,899

NORTH CAROLINA

1/1/97

273

154,175,763

115,315,023

164,454,147

123,002,691

NORTH DAKOTA

7/1/97

92

9,069,286

2,285,957

9,673,905

2,438,354

OHIO

10/1/96

365

390,831,245

390,831,245

416,886,662

416,886,662

OKLAHOMA

10/1/96

365

61,250,306

61,250,306

65,333,660

65,333,660

OREGON*

10/1/96

365

92,191,077

92,191,077

98,337,148

98,337,148

PENNSYLVANIA

3/3/97

212

407,125,600

236,467,472

434,267,306

252,231,970

PUERTO RICO

7/1/97

92

5,339,895

1,345,946

5,695,888

1,435,676

RHODE ISLAND

5/1/97

153

60,367,046

25,304,542

64,391,515

26,991,512

SOUTH CAROLINA

10/12/96

354

35,926,740

34,844,016

38,321,856

37,166,951

SOUTH DAKOTA

12/1/96

304

8,774,292

7,307,903

9,359,245

7,795,097

TENNESSEE

10/1/96

365

82,809,878

82,809,878

88,330,537

88,330,537

TEXAS

11/5/96

330

235,725,754

213,121,914

251,440,804

227,330,042

UTAH

10/1/96

365

25,290,549

25,290,549

26,976,586

26,976,586

VERMONT

9/20/96

365

25,549,900

25,549,900

27,253,226

27,253,226

VIRGINIA

2/1/97

242

128,173,170

84,980,568

136,718,048

90,645,939

VIRGIN ISLANDS

7/1/97

92

148,383

37,401

158,275

39,894

WASHINGTON

1/10/97

264

272,060,824

196,778,240

290,198,212

209,896,789

WEST VIRGINIA

1/11/97

263

32,293,540

23,269,044

34,446,442

24,820,313

WISCONSIN

9/30/96

365

169,213,336

169,213,336

180,494,225

180,494,225

WYOMING

1/1/97

273

10,665,326

7,977,080

11,376,348

8,508,885

*THESE STATES', OREGON AND WISCONSIN, MOE LEVELS HAVE BEEN REDUCED PROPORTIONATELY BY THE PERCENTAGE DECREASE TO THE SFAG FOR TRIBES OPERATING A TRIBAL TANF PROGRAM.

 

Oct 31, 1997


Attachment F

TANF IMPLEMENTATION DATES

STATE

DATE

ALABAMA

11/15/96

ALASKA

7/1/97

ARIZONA

10/1/96

ARKANSAS

7/1/97

CALIFORNIA

11/26/96

COLORADO

7/1/97

CONNECTICUT

10/1/96

DELAWARE

3/10/97

DISTRICT OFCOL.

3/1/97

FLORIDA

10/1/96

GEORGIA

1/1/97

HAWAII

7/1/97

IDAHO

7/1/97

ILLINOIS

7/1/97

INDIANA

10/1/96

IOWA

l/l/97

KANSAS

10/1/96

KENTUCKY

10/18/96

LOUISIANA

1/1/97

MAINE

11/1/96

MARYLAND

12/9/96

MASSACHUSETTS

9/30/96

MICHIGAN

9/30/96

MINNESOTA

7/1/97

MISSISSIPPI

10/1/96

MISSOURI

12/1/96

MONTANA

2/1/97

NEBRASKA

12/1/96

NEVADA

12/3/96

NEW HAMPSHIRE

10/1/96

NEW JERSEY

2/1/97

NEW MEXICO

7/1/97

NEW YORK

12/2/96

NORTH CAROLINA

l/l/97

NORTH DAKOTA

7/1/97

OHIO

10/1/96

OKLAHOMA

10/1/96

OREGON

10/1/96

PENNSYLVANIA

3/3/97

RHODE ISLAND

5/1/97

SOUTH CAROLINA

10/12/96

SOUTH DAKOTA

12/1/96

TENNESSEE

10/1/96

TEXAS

11/5/96

UTAH

10/1/96

VERMONT

9/20/96

VIRGINIA

2/1/97

WASHINGTON

1/10/97

WEST VIRGINIA

1/11/97

WISCONSIN

9/30/96

WYOMING

1/1/97

Oct 31, 1997



[i] The maintenance of effort level for the Contingency Fund at section 403(b) of the statute is unaffected by these changes.  A technical amendment in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (Public Law 105-33) deleted childcare expenditures from the historical expenditures, which are used in calculating the Contingency Fund MOE level.

[ii] If you would like a copy of this letter, please contact your ACF Regional office.

[iii] The Matching Child Care MOE level is 100 percent of the State share of expenditures for AFDC/JOBS, Transitional and ARCC child care programs for FY 1994 or FY 1995, whichever is greater. This differs from the TANF MOE level, which is 80 percent (or 75 percent if a State meets its participation rate requirement) of FY 1994 State share of expenditures for AFDC, Emergency Assistance, JOBS, and AFDC/JOBS, Transitional and ARCC child care programs.

[iv] The State share of expenditures for AFDC benefits, administration, EA, lV-A childcare and JOBS in FY 1994. State expenditures may be revised to account for expenditures made by States on behalf of Tribes.

[v] States must maintain a level of effort at 75% of FY 1994 expenditures if they meet participation rate requirements.

[vi] States must maintain a level of effort at 80% of FY 1994 expenditures if they do not meet participation rate requirements.