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CCDF Reporting Overview for States and Territories

Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Lead Agencies were provided additional Federal funds for child care to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic health crisis through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Lead Agencies were given considerable flexibility in how they expend the funds. Some Lead Agencies may have decided to expend some portion of that funding on direct services to children of essential workers (e.g., medical workers, first responders, etc., as defined by the state) during this health crisis and/or continue making payments to providers who were forced to close during the pandemic. This guidance will allow the Office of Child Care (OCC) to collect critical data about the use of CARES Act funding, including an estimate of the number of essential workers’ families and children served, and the number of providers supported. 

 The purpose of this Technical Bulletin is to clarify a number of issues surrounding the ACF-801 reporting requirements. Section II provides guidance related to definitions of specific data elements and data element response options. Section III contains contact information if you have questions or need further assistance.

FY 2017 Final Data Table 18 - Average Monthly Percentages of Head of Family Status (FY 2017)

FY 2017 Final Data Table 19 - Average Monthly Percentages of Family by Homeless Status (FY 2017)

FY 2017 Final Data Table 21 - Average Monthly Percentages of Children With a Disability (FY 2017)

FY 2018 Preliminary Data Table 18 - Average Monthly Percentages of Head of Family Status (FY 2018)

FY 2018 Preliminary Data Table 19 - Average Monthly Percentages of Families by Homeless Status (FY 2018)

FY 2018 Preliminary Data Table 20 - Average Monthly Percentages of Primary Language Spoken at Home (FY 2018)

FY 2018 Preliminary Data Table 21 - Average Monthly Percentages of Children With a Disability (FY 2018)