The policies surrounding SNAP work requirements can be complex. Communicating them in print can be a challenge, especially when households’ circumstances vary. These communications are all the more important now, when there are fewer opportunities for SNAP applicants and clients to receive explanations in person. This session will share new materials and tools that were developed through FNS’ SNAP Notices Improvement Project that helps states develop clear and actionable notices to communicate about SNAP work requirements, including SNAP E&T.
- Elizabeth Weber, Associate Director of Policy and Program Development, Insight Policy Research
- Miles Patrie, Analyst, Certification Policy Branch, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Food and Nutrition Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
- Alfred Tuttle, Survey Methodologist, Center for Behavioral Science Methods, U.S. Census Bureau