We recently received a request from a state agency to completely waive the requirement that the state agency conduct an interview at recertification for all households
The national office recently has received several questions from regional offices concerning what should be considered "known to the state agency" for SNAP reporting purposes.
Attached are additional questions and answers in response to issues raised by state agencies on SNAP certification and eligibility provisions of the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008.
It has come to our attention that there is confusion over the Quality Control application of the certification policy that allows state agencies to disallow deductions when the households fails to provide requested verification or fails to report an expense after being advised that failure to do so would result in the loss of a deduction.
Questions and answers on the certification issues in the 2008 Farm Bill.
Attached are questions and answers in response to issues raised by states during nationwide teleconferences on the Food Stamp Program provisions of the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008.
This memo address under what circumstances a state agency may disallow a deduction based on failure to report or verify expenses.
The Notice of Missed Interview When a Household Has Not Submitted an Application for Recertification
We are writing to clarify the policy about sending Notices of Missed Interviews in conjunction with recertifications. Whenever a state agency schedules a recertification interview and the household misses the interview the state agency must send a Notice of Missed Interview.