Affirmative Action Plan for the Recruitment, Hiring, Advancement, and Retention of Persons with Disabilities
To capture agencies’ affirmative action plan for persons with disabilities and persons with targeted disabilities, EEOC regulations and MD-715 require agencies to describe how their affirmative action plan will improve the recruitment, hiring, advancement, and retention of applicants and employees with disabilities.
FY 2022 Farm to School Grant RFA Planning Templates
In response to the pandemic, Congress temporarily increased SNAP benefits in two ways: raising all benefits by 15% and boosting every household to the maximum benefit for their household size. In April 2021,
Progress reports for each of the Farm to School Grants awarded in 2021.
Instructions for completing the 2021 Farm to School Grant Baseline and Final Reports.
Webinar intended for 2021 Farm to School Grantees covering baseline, progress and financial reporting.
Congress directed USDA to re-evaluate the Thrifty Food Plan based on “current food prices, food composition data, consumption patterns, and dietary guidance.” The 2021 TFP reflects the latest available data and is designed to meet the needs of low-income Americans in a cost-conscious way.
As a result of the Thrifty Food Plan re-evaluation, SNAP-participating households will receive an increase in benefits of , on average, $36 per person – or about $1.20 per day.
This memorandum provides the federal FY 2022 Cost-of-Living Adjustments to the SNAP maximum allotments for the 48 contiguous states and D.C., Alaska, Hawaii, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Under the Food and Nutrition Act of 2008, COLAs are effective as of Oct. 1, 2021.
This checklist is intended to help new Farm to School Grantees complete the "New Grantee Enrollment Process." Grantees must complete all the necessary steps of the enrollment process prior in order to begin receiving grant funding.