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This report describes the results of the primary review of Kentucky’s Title IV-E foster care program.

This report describes the results of the primary review of Oklahoma’s Title IV-E foster care program.

This report describes the results of the subsequent primary review of Arizona’s Title IV-E foster care program.

This document is Massachusetts’s program improvement plan in response to the primary review of its Title IV-E foster care program.

This report describes the results of the subsequent primary review of Kentucky’s Title IV-E foster care program.

2016 Employer Symposium Report

May 5, 2016
October 14, 2016

Report of the 2016 Employer Symposium including previous, current issues and recommendations for improvements

On July 8, 2015, HPOG hosted a Performance Reporting System (PRS) and Evaluation Closeout Webinar for current grantees. During this webinar, Nathan Sick from the PRS Support Team discussed the closeout process for the PRS system and instructions for receiving data extracts. Gretchen Locke, Project Director for the HPOG Impact Study, provided guidance for the final stages of the HPOG Evaluation and on-going activities for the study.

TANF-ACF-PI-1998-02 (Interim Tribal TANF Data Report, Form ACF-343)

Approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Through 12/31/1998 (Control No. 0970-0176)
May 6, 1998

This Program Instructions provides Tribal grantees the uniform reporting procedures, generic sampling specifications, and file formats for the databases and transmission files for the Interim Tribal TANF Data Report.

This fact sheet focuses on the financial, legal and psychological realities, consequences and responsibilities of teen parenthood

Improving Child Support Outcomes through Employment Programs

Child Support Fact Sheet #11
August 23, 2012

Focuses on how the child support program can coordinate with employment programs to help noncustodial parents