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Access the January 2019 calendar for National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month activities.

Provides data submission requirements for the FY 2018 data reliability audits (DRAs)

This document provides the syntax used to perform data-quality checks, calculate observed performance, and calculate risk-standardized performance on the seven statewide data indicators. This document may help individuals develop a better understanding of the statistical calculations or provide assistance for individuals who do not have SPSS and/or STATA statistical software to run the syntax files.

This document provides a summary of errors, corrections, and changes made to the syntax used to calculate performance on the statewide data indicators and data quality checks.

This group of documents provides the syntax and supporting files in SPSS format that were used to calculate data quality and observed performance. Note: Syntax to calculate risk-standardized performance for each state uses a national, risk-adjusted model that requires child-level data from all states (i.e., national datasets) and thus cannot be replicated by states or other interested parties.

This document provides an overview and brief description of the folders, files, and syntax included in the CFSR round 3 zip file; considerations and steps for running the syntax; and software requirements.

This document provides a description of each statewide data indicator and data quality check, including the numerators, denominators, risk adjustments, exclusions, and corresponding data notes.

Describes families served by the child support program using 2016 Census survey results

12 recipients of the 2018 Adoption Excellence Awards announced by the Children’s Bureau at HHS’ Administration for Children and Families

National foster care and adoption data show the number of children in foster care, and children waiting to be adopted, has increased. While the number of children in foster care has increased for the last five years, the magnitude of each annual increase is becoming smaller, and the numbers of children achieving permanency through adoption has increased for the third year in a row.