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This document provides guidance on data coding.

This Program Instruction transmits the renewed form ACF-202 and instructions for completing that form, which States must use to report caseload reduction information for fiscal year 2009 and thereafter.

This Program Instruction provides guidance about the calculation of the temporarily modified caseload reduction credit when a State uses maintenance-of-effort (MOE) expenditures in excess of its basic MOE amount to increase its credit.

This Program Instruction requests October 2010 caseload data for the number of foster children supported with public funds and the number of children in families receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) payments in excess of the poverty income level

To instruct States on the implementation of the temporary modification of the caseload reduction credit.

This Program Instruction sets forth revised standard procedures for resolving disagreements over state-submitted caseload and expenditure data used to establish the amount of a TFAG.  This issuance supersedes and rescinds the original PI on this topic (see TANF-ACF-PI-2008-08 dated August 13, 2008) A new PI is necessary because of a reorganization of the Office of Family Assistance and the need to clarify certain aspects of the process.

To set forth revised standard procedures for resolving disagreements over state-submitted caseload and expenditure data used to establish the amount of a TFAG. This issuance supersedes and rescinds the original PI on this topic (see TANF-ACF-PI-2003-04 dated May 5, 2003). A new PI is necessary because of a reorganization of the Office of Family Assistance and the need to clarify certain aspects of the process.

This Program Instruction transmits the new form ACF-202 and instructions for completing that form, which States must use to report caseload reduction information for fiscal year 2007 and thereafter.