This policy memorandum authorizes the implementation of the provisions contained in PL 103-448, the Healthy Meals for Healthy Americans Act of 1994, enacted on Nov. 2, 1994.
The purpose of this memorandum is to provide guidance on the cost allowability of program incentive items. These items are allowable under certain terms and conditions only for three purposes: outreach, breastfeeding promotion, and nutrition education.
Among the provisions of Pro-Children Act of 1994 are those which forbid smoking within any indoor facility owned, leased or contracted for the provision of regular or routine health care or day care or early childhood development services to children.
This memorandum provides clarification of our policy on the allowability of transportation costs for WIC participants.
This Instruction outlines the policy for food substitutions and other modifications in the meal patterns necessary to meet the dietary requirements of program participants with handicaps and with other special dietary needs.
Attached is a set of Questions and Answers to assist WIC state agencies in implementing the NVRA and to identify issues and decisions which may require consultation with state election officials. As indicated in Policy Memorandum: 94-4, state agencies should integrate voter registration services in the least burdensome, most efficient manner.
This policy memorandum provides clarification regarding the classification of loggers as migrant farmworkers. Also, in anticipation of other queries about occupational groups which might be defined as migrant farmworkers, the following guidance is provided.
This policy memorandum is intended to facilitate the implementation of a Congressional mandate, set forth in the House Appropriations Committee's Report accompanying the Fiscal Year 1994 Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act (PL 103- 111), enacted Oct. 21, 1993.
In consultation with the Office of the General Counsel, FNS has determined that state agencies may not exercise any options to renew, extend, or otherwise continue any infant formula cost containment contract at amounts not specified in the original contract.
The purpose of this policy memorandum is to provide clarification that FDPIR meets the regulatory requirements as an automatic income eligibility program for purposes of WIC program income determination.