This technical bulletin provides Advance Planning Document (APD) guidance to state and tribal title IV-E agencies planning to develop a child welfare information system utilizing an agile project management approach.
In this webinar, Karen Faulk (LA) and David Ayer (MD) discuss their States' efforts and successes related to information sharing. During the Q&A session, we encourage attendees to share their experiences and suggest ideas and next steps for moving forward.
This webinar described the Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) Technical Assistance Review Process. It began with an overview of the lessons learned from the Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System (SACWIS) review process. The presentation described the iterative review process and it explains the use of self-assessment tools. As of this presentation, some self-assessment tools were available for public comment and others were in development.
This DSS presentation describes the Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) Data Exchange Requirements as defined by Federal Regulations 45 CFR 1355.52(e), 1355.52(f), and 1355.54. Both mandatory and optional data exchanges are covered in this presentation.
States are currently reviewing the new Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) regulations and assessing the impacts these requirements will have on their existing child welfare information systems. Join us as representatives from Colorado, New York, and Virginia discuss the unique considerations and challenges that county‐administered states face as they discuss a potential CCWIS implementation.
The Children’s Bureau (CB) is currently providing technical assistance and coaching to states interested in leveraging an Agile framework into their procurement, development, and management approach to child welfare development projects. LeadingAgile is the agency contracted with CB to provide this short term technical assistance to states who have interest in utilizing Agile methodologies.
This webinar will explore address validation processes and tools. Learn how Texas and California approached the challenges of address validation in their respective child welfare case management systems. Speakers will discuss how millions of addresses were standardized, what decisions were made, what problems were encountered and how they were solved, interface considerations, cost issues, tools used, lessons learned, and future system considerations.
Family relationship diagramming or genograms provide a visual tool for charting basic family structure and exploring family and case relationships across time.The genogram can be useful in gathering information about family members, understanding relationship dynamics and behavioral patterns, conducting assessments, exploring placement and family support options, and guiding casework to useful and needed interventions.Title IV-E agencies can use genograms as tools in both assessment and intervention.