This memorandum provides information on the CSFP supplemental allocation of the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 supplemental administrative funding.
With the recent passage of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act to assist with the novel coronaviruspublic health emergency, WIC received an increase in funding for the program as well as increased ability to provide states with the flexibilities they need to support mothers, infants and children that rely on WIC.
This memorandum consolidates and clarifies select disaster/emergency policies and procedures applicable to the CSFP, the FDPIR, and TEFAP.
This policy memorandum is the result of activities undertaken to plan a government-wide response to a potential human pandemic and addresses the operation of its USDA food programs during a major pandemic event.
Cancellation of FD-063, Household Eligibility Determinations for Disaster or Emergency Evacuees Residing with a Host Family
Policy Memoranda FD-063, Household Eligibility Determinations for Disaster or Emergency Evacuees Residing with a Host Family (dated Dec. 4, 2006), and FD-072, FDPIR Households Displaced During a Disaster (dated Feb. 19, 2008), are cancelled.
During a Presidentially declared disaster/emergency, or during a situation of distress declared by a state or FNS, the state may find it necessary to transport USDA Foods from one area within the state to another in support of disaster feeding efforts. These intra-state transportation costs will be reimbursed by FNS during a Presidentially declared disaster/emergency, and reimbursed by FNS to the extent funds are available during situations of distress.
This memorandum provides guidance to state agencies regarding the treatment of National Flood Insurance Payments in determining the eligibility of households for participation in FDPIR, CSFP or TEFAP.