This Program Instruction (PI) provides guidance for approval of a new form for reporting quarterly financial information on the title IV-E Foster Care, Adoption Assistance and Guardianship Assistance Programs.
This Program Instruction (PI) provides guidance on the Federal Information Technology Policy – Conditions for Federal financial participation (FFP) for Tribal Automated Information Technology Projects including Tribal Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information Systems (SACWIS).
This Program Instruction (PI) provides instruction on the update and clarification regarding Administration on Children, Youth and Families' (ACYF) existing policies for Child Welfare Information System projects.
This Information Memorandum (IM) informs the States of two final rules for the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) and the Statewide Automated child Welfare Information System (SACWIS).
This Program Instruction (PI) provides information on the extension of enhanced federal financial participation rate for the child welfare program under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act (the Act).
This Program Instruction (PI) provides information for states and tribes who request FFP for costs associated with an automated data processing project covering one or more of the human services programs established by the Social Security Act. This addresses the use of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software applications by these agencies, including purchased, leased and hosted proprietary software products and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications.
This Program Instruction (PI) provides information to States and Tribes concerning changes regarding the APD waiver process within the Federal regulations at 45 CFR 95, and offers guidance when requesting a waiver to use a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software product designed for the Title IV-E or Title IV-B programs.
This Information Memorandum (IM) provides guidance for direction-setting and decisions regarding child welfare reporting mandated by title IV-E and the potential acquisition of tribal child welfare information systems.