Form FNS-667 is used by state agencies to report use of TEFAP administrative funds.
Form FNS-57 is used by consignees to report overages and shortages in a shipment and commodities damaged in transit.
To provide assistance in the development of new or improved programs to help older persons through grants to the States for community planning and services and for training, through research, development, or training project grants, and to establish within the Department of Health, Education and Welfare an operating agency to be designated as the "Administration on Aging".
The Floyd D. Spence National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2001 requires the DoD to pay certain low-income service members and their families a family subsistence allowance of up to $500 per month so they will not have to rely on food stamps.
It has been determined that TEFAP commodities can be used for demonstration purposes in accordance with current regulations.
State agencies apply for reimbursement using Form FSA-21, submitted to the appropriate FNS regional office for approval.