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  • Current Technical Bulletins

    Current Technical Bulletins
  • Technical Bulletin #5r-v2: ACF-801 Case-Level Data Submission Guidelines – December 2012

    This revision of the bulletin focuses on what a state/territory must do if they make changes to their approved plan for data submission.
  • Technical Bulletin #8r-v2

    This bulletin clarifies issues surrounding the ACF-801 reporting requirements.
  • Technical Bulletin #9r-v4

    This Technical Bulletin describes how to use the Summary Data Assessment Report (Summary Report).
  • Technical Bulletin #12r

    This technical bulletin clarifies issues related to the ACF-700 reporting requirements and addresses questions from tribal grantees.
  • Technical Bulletin #13

    The purpose of this Technical Bulletin is to address questions related to using the Child Care Data Tracker (Tracker) software.
  • Technical Bulletin #13r, Revised March 2012

    This Technical Bulletin addresses questions related to using the Child Care Data Tracker (Tracker) software.
  • Technical Bulletin #14r, August 2014

    Child Care and Development Fund Reporting Clarifications for Tribally Operated Centers
  • National Center on Child Care Data and Reporting (NCDR)

    Formerly the Child Care Automation Resource Center (CCARC), the National Center on Child Care Data and Reporting (NCDR), part of the Office of Child Care Information Systems Technical Assistance Project (CCISTAP), was established by the Office of Child Care to help States, Territories, and Tribes participating in the Federal Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) to meet their reporting obligations under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA). NCDR provides technical assistance to CCDF grantees in their efforts relating to the state/territory monthly data report (ACF-801), the state/territory annual report (ACF-800) and the tribal annual report (ACF-700).
  • Technical Bulletin #9r-v2

    This Technical Bulletin describes how to use the Summary Data Assessment Report (Summary Report). Designated staff in States and Territories automatically receive this report via e-mail after their ACF-801 case-level data has been submitted to the Child Care Bureau (CCB) and has been processed in the Child Care Bureau Information System (CCBIS).1 Note that the Detailed Assessment Report no longer is generated by CCBIS and grantees may instead use the Child Care Data Viewer software to capture similar information.

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