These questions and answers deal with able-bodied adults without dependents (ABAWDs).
The purpose of this policy memorandum is to provide clarification regarding the effective date of Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children vendor disqualification's that result from the permanent disqualification of a vendor from the Food Stamp Program.
The following memo gives guidance on disqualifying a member of a food stamp household from the Food Stamp Program when that person fails to do something required by another public assistance program.
This policy memorandum provides clarification concerning the use of Welch's grant funds to support activities in the WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP).
The goal of work supplementation or support is to help move public assistance food stamp recipients into nonsubsidized jobs and promote self sufficiency.
The fiscal year 1997 Supplemental Appropriations Act gave states the option of purchasing federal food stamps for use in state-funded food assistance programs that provide nutrition assistance to legal immigrants and childless, able-bodied adults ineligible for the Food Stamp Program because of the three-month food stamp time limit.
Attached is guidance for your staff and state agencies on submitting a request to purchase food stamps for use in state-funded nutrition programs. The guidance includes information on the terms for reimbursing the federal government for the value of food stamps distributed and the federal administrative costs incurred under such state programs.
Attached is a memorandum to be issued to the state agencies responsible for administering the CACFP. The purpose of the memorandum is to provide guidance for use by state agencies on determining when to assert an overclaim against a sponsoring organization for misclassification of a day care home as a tier I home.
Assessment of Penalties for Failure to Meet the State Match and Exceeding the Administrative Cap Under the FMNP
The purpose of this memo is to clarify policy for assessment of penalties for not meeting the match requirements and to change policy for assessment penalties for exceeding the 17/19 percent FMNP administrative cap.
Two-tiered Reimbursement Structure: Approaches to Establishing the Eligibility of Enrolled Children in a Tier II Day Care Home
In response to questions from regional offices, state agencies, and sponsoring organizations, this memorandum clarifies how sponsoring organizations may establish the income eligibility of children enrolled in tier II day care homes.