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  • Q & A: Use of Funds

    Questions and Answers:  Use of Funds
  • TANF-ACF-IM-2013-01 (Use of TANF Funds to Serve Homeless Families and Families at Risk of Experiencing Homelessness)

    This Information Memorandum discusses the importance of addressing family homelessness with allowable uses of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds for families experiencing and at risk of experiencing homelessness.
  • Q & A: Income Eligibility and Verification System (IEVS)

    Questions and Answers:  Income Eligibility and Verification System (IEVS)
  • Q & A: Time Limits

    Questions and Answers:  Time Limits
  • Work Verification Plan Guide

    This guide was prepared to help each State develop its Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Work Verification Plan in accordance with the regulatory requirements of the interim final rule that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) published on June 29, 2006. Under the rule, a State must submit its Work Verification Plan to HHS for approval.
  • TANF-ACF-IM-2012-02 (Upcoming rulemaking for new TANF requirements specified in the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 (P.L. 112-96))

    This Information Memorandum informs States and Territories of the upcoming rulemaking process associated with the new TANF requirements outlined in P.L. 112-96.
  • Q & A: Letter of Intent Process

    Questions and Answers:  Letter of Intent Process
  • Q & A: State Plans

    Questions and Answers:  State Plans
  • Q & A: Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)

    Questions and Answers:  Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)
  • TANF-ACF-PI-2007-08 (Using Federal TANF and State Maintenance-of-Effort (MOE) Funds for Families in Areas Covered by a Federal or State Disaster Declaration)

    This will summarize policy and provide guidance with respect to the current TANF program on the use of TANF funds to enable States and Tribes administering approved Tribal TANF programs to serve families in a State or area(s) in a State covered by a Federal or State disaster declaration. We first provided this information in Program Instruction, TANF-ACF-PI-2005-06, dated October 11, 2005, Using Federal TANF and State MOE Funds for Families Affected By Hurricane Katrina. Since issuance of this PI, we have received questions about families affected by other Federal or State declared disasters occurring in a State or part of a State.  We have informally advised that the information in TANF-ACF-PI-2005-06 could be applied to other declared disaster situations so a State could more expeditiously serve families affected by the disaster.  This PI announces that the policy and guidance provided herein may apply in serving families affected by a Federal or State disaster declaration in a State or part of a State. We want to encourage States and Tribes to take necessary action to address the immediate needs of the dislocated families affected by a Federal or State declared disaster.  Our goal is to help them integrate as quickly as possible into local communities, preferably with family, relatives or friends.  We want to assure you that we will take all steps within our authority to ensure that there are no negative consequences associated with a State or Tribe’s compassionate response to an unfortunate situation.