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  • CCDF Annual Report for Tribal Lead Agencies Program Instruction

    This Program Instruction is a reminder to Tribal Lead Agencies of the CCDF annual reporting requirements (i.e., ACF-700), consistent with the terms and conditions of the CCDF program
  • Income Ranges Associated with 2019 Poverty Guidelines

    The 2019 Federal Poverty Guidelines are listed below. Below that you will find guidance for CCDF Tribal Grantees who manually calculate the ACF-700 Annual Tribal Report (Part 1). For Element #7, use the family’s income and size (used for determining eligibility) to determine the poverty threshold in which to count the children in that family. Information is provided for the 48 Contiguous States and DC, as well as for Alaska and Hawaii.
  • CCDF Annual Report for Tribal Lead Agencies PI

    This Program Instruction is a reminder to Tribal Lead Agencies of the CCDF annual reporting requirements (i.e., ACF-700), consistent with the terms and conditions of the CCDF program.
  • Income Ranges Associated with 2018 Poverty Guidelines

    Income Ranges Associated with 2018 Poverty Guidelines
  • CCDF-ACF-PI-2017-04

    This Program Instruction is a reminder to Tribal Lead Agencies of the CCDF annual reporting requirements (i.e., ACF-700), consistent with the terms and conditions of the CCDF program. 
  • Technical Bulletin #12r-v2: ACF-700 Clarifications

    The purpose of this technical bulletin is to clarify issues related to the ACF-700 reporting requirements and to address some of the questions for which Tribal Grantees have sought assistance from the National Center on Child Care Data and Reporting (NCDR). The Bulletin focuses on reporting requirements as defined in the Tribal Annual Report: Guide for CCDF Tribal Lead Agencies.
  • Income Ranges Associated with 2017 Poverty Guidelines

    The 2017 Federal Poverty Guidelines are listed below. Page 2 of this document provides guidance for CCDF Tribal Grantees who manually calculate the ACF-700 Annual Tribal Report (Part 1). For Element #7, use the family’s income and size (used for determining eligibility) to determine the poverty threshold in which to count the children in that family. Information is provided for the 48 Contiguous States and DC, as well as for Alaska and Hawaii.
  • Technical Bulletin #11r-v5

    The purpose of this Bulletin is to clarify questions and issues related to the Tribal Grantee reporting requirements, and to address recent changes to the Tribal Annual Child Care Report (ACF-700).
  • CCDF-ACF-PI-2016-06

    This Program Instruction is a reminder to Tribal Lead Agencies of the CCDF annual reporting requirements (i.e., ACF-700), consistent with the terms and conditions of the CCDF program. 
  • Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2015-07

    This Program Instruction is a reminder to CCDF Tribal Lead Agencies of the annual administrative reporting requirements (i.e., ACF-700 and Supplemental Narrative), consistent with the terms and conditions of the CCDF program.

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