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This technical assistance document provides guidance to title IV-E agencies about incorporating cloud service models, such as Software-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service into child welfare information systems. 

This webinar described the Division of State Systems' federal automated function repository called “Child welfare SoftWare and Artifacts Pool (C-SWAP)”, and its new feature, the State Technology Profile. The webinar covered the regulatory background of C-SWAP, benefits of C-SWAP, uploading of software to C-SWAP, and completing the State Technology Profile.

This document provides key findings from the final evaluation of the Capacity Building Center for States.

This executive summary presents findings from an evaluation of the services delivered by the Capacity Building Center for States, which is funded by the Children’s Bureau, from fiscal years 2015 through 2019.

This state panel discussion addressed how states are approaching planning, development, and technology support for key program initiatives (Qualified Residential Treatment Programs (QRTP), Prevention, and Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS)).  Panelists from Florida, Missouri, and Ohio shared updates, progress, and challenges.

This webinar addressed critical topics for consideration by title IV-E agencies when writing data quality plans.  It discussed biennial review requirements and shared lessons learned (strengths and areas of improvement) from ACF's review and approval of data quality plans in the first two years after the CCWIS transition period.

This webinar summarized the different Advance Planning Documents (Planning, Implementation, Annual, As-Needed, and Operational) and then advised how to compose quality Advance Planning Documents.  This webinar included suggestions to save time and simplify the process, and tips on dos and don'ts that affect approval.