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CCDF Annual Report for Tribal Lead Agencies Program Instruction

Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2019-07
November 15, 2019

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

Fiscal Year 2020-2022 CCDF Plan and Plan Preprint for Tribes

Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2019-03
July 24, 2019

This Program Instruction (PI) transmits guidance for using the Tribal CCDF Plan Preprint (Preprint) (ACF-118-A) (Attachment A) to complete and submit the Tribal Lead Agency’s CCDF Plan (Plan) for the CCDF program Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-2022 triennial Section 658E of the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act of 2014 relevant to Tribes.

CCDF Annual Report for Tribal Lead Agencies PI

Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2018-03
November 16, 2018

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.

CCDF Annual Report for Tribal Lead Agencies

Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2017-04
October 11, 2017

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. 

This Program Instruction distributes the revised Form ACF-696 Child Care and Development Fund Financial Report, which was approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under OMB Control Number 0970-0163.

CCDF Annual Report for Tribal Lead Agencies

Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2016-06
December 13, 2016

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. 

The CCDBG Act of 2014 established a minimum 12-month eligibility period for subsidy, regardless of a temporary change in parents’ status as working or attending job training or education, if family income does not exceed 85% of SMI. In addition, existing Federal CCDF policy guidance allows states to align subsidy eligibility periods for children in Early Head Start (see Policy Interpretation Question on Eligibility Determination for Head Start Collaboration, ACYF-PIQ-CC-99-02). Several states now allow children participating in EHS-CCP to remain authorized for subsidy for the duration of the partnership without redetermining eligibility, a period which may exceed 12 months.

Layering Funding

October 19, 2016

The CCDBG Act of 2014 encourages states to blend and braid funding in order to support quality improvement efforts. Because subsidy rates alone often fall short of supporting the delivery of high-quality, year-round and full-day infant and toddler programs, the layered funding model is particularly critical to EHS-CCP. EHS-CCP Grantees and child care partners rely on this shared resource base in order to meet the full range of scheduling and service needs children and families may have.

Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Child Care Annual Aggregate Report and Instructions (ACF-800 Report) for State and Territorial Lead Agencies.

Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Child Care Monthly Case Record Form and Instructions (ACF-801 Report) for State and Territorial Lead Agencies.