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This technical bulletin responds to title IV-E agency and other stakeholder frequently asked questions (FAQs) about published policies, including legal representation. The FAQs in this technical bulletin do not establish new policy or requirements or supersede existing laws or official guidance.

This TB describes the standards a NYTD data file must meet to comply with the provisions of the NYTD regulation found at 45 CFR 1356.85, including element-by-element details of the error-free information standards states must meet pursuant to 45 CFR 1356.85(a)(3) and 1356.85(b)(1).

This TB describes the  information states are required to create and transmit in their NYTD data file to the federal NYTD system.

This TB describes the data-quality checks that the federal NYTD system will conduct on state data files.

This TB describes how ACF will identify and finalize each cohort of youth in the NYTD follow-up population (or follow-up population sample for those States that opt to sample) for the purposes of assessing States' compliance with NYTD data collection and reporting requirements.

This Technical Bulletin provides and defines the roles and responsibilities for State users that will be given access to the National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) Portal.

This TB provides title IV-E agencies with information on how to correctly map certain diagnosed conditions from an agency's information system to the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS).

This presentation discusses the changes the Administration for Children and  Families will implement during the second round of the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSRs).

This TB provides information to title IV-E agencies on how to interpret the data quality reports generated by the Federal AFCAR System on each semi-annual AFCARS data submission.

This TB supplements information in 45 CFR 1355.40, and the Appendices to Part 1355 by providing additional guidance on the AFCARS file format and the proper naming convention to be used for AFCARS files.