FNS has a number of non-entitlement discretionary grant programs to collect the information from grant applicants needed to evaluate and rank applicants and protect the integrity of the grantee selection process.
FNS proposes to revise SNA regulations that cover the collection and reporting of race and ethnicity data by State agencies on persons receiving benefits from SNAP.
This final rule updates the SNAP civil rights assurance template language for the Federal-State Agreement. These updates do not contain any new requirements and would codify protections already required by federal law and existing policy.
This is a new collection to consolidate and improve SNAP-Ed data collecting and reporting, as required in the 2018 Farm Bill.
The quality control sampling plan is necessary for FNS to monitor state operations and is essential to the determination of a state agency's error rate and corresponding entitlement to increased Federal share of its administrative costs or liability for sanctions.
Form FNS-380, is a SNAP worksheet used to determine eligibility and benefits for households selected for review in the quality control sample of active cases and to ensure program integrity.
FNS seeks comments on its plans to study the use of mobile payment technology for accessing SNAP benefits through smart phones, tablets, and other personal mobile devices in place of EBT cards.
This is a new collection for the contract Rapid Cycle Evaluation of Operational Improvements in SNAP E&T programs. The purpose of SNAP E&T RCE is to test small-scale interventions in SNAP E&T operations or service delivery using RCE.
This is a revision of a currently approved collection and existing burden in use without a valid OMB control number in SNAP. This information collection captures the burden associated with the requirement that states make ineligible SNAP participants with substantial lottery or gambling winnings and establish cooperative agreements with gaming entities within their states to identify SNAP participants with substantial winnings.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security proposes to prescribe how it determines whether a noncitizen is inadmissible to the United States under section 212(a)(4) of the Immigration and Nationality Act because they are likely at any time to become a public charge.