Child care programs (21 - 29 of 29 items)
Current AFDC Work Programs and Implications for Federal Policy
T-HRD-87-9: Published: Feb 23, 1987. Publicly Released: Feb 23, 1987.
GAO discussed work programs for Aid to Families with Dependent Children Program (AFDC) beneficiaries. GAO noted that: (1) its audit work focused on state-administered work incentive programs; (2) AFDC work programs served only about 22 percent of AFDC recipients in 1985; (3) an unknown proportion of work incentive participants received no services other than orientation or assessment; (4) current...
Work and Welfare: Current AFDC Work Programs and Implications for Federal Policy
HRD-87-34: Published: Jan 29, 1987. Publicly Released: Jan 29, 1987.
In response to a congressional request, GAO provided information on employment-related programs for applicants and recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) benefits.GAO found that: (1) the states' division of work program responsibilities between AFDC offices and employment agencies resulted in duplication of staffs and services; (2) federal regulations for the various program...
Fairfax County Procedures To Collect Child Support Payments
089382: Mar 25, 1975
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Intertitle Transfers--A Way for States To Increase Federal Funding for Social Services
HRD-81-116: Published: Jul 10, 1981. Publicly Released: Jul 10, 1981.
GAO initiated a review of the extent and magnitude of transfers of social services costs from title XX of the Social Security Act to other funding sources. These intertitle transfers are the costs of social services historically charged to social services programs which, subsequent to the ceiling on social services, are now being charged to other Federal funding sources. Federal social services co...
Federal and State Actions Needed To Overcome Problems in Administering the Title XX Program
HRD-81-8: Published: Oct 29, 1980. Publicly Released: Oct 29, 1980.
The title XX program, authorized by Social Security Act amendments, enables States to tailor social services programs to fit the needs of people in local communities. The social services are provided directly by public social services agencies or purchased from other public agencies and private profit or nonprofit organizations. The States must fund about 25 percent of their title XX program costs...
Child Care Food Program: Better Management Will Yield Better Nutrition and Fiscal Integrity
CED-80-91: Published: Jun 6, 1980. Publicly Released: Jun 6, 1980.
The Child Care Food Program was established to improve the nutritional levels of the diet of the Nation's children, primarily preschool children. Food and nutritional regional offices administer the program when State education agencies or other State agencies are unwilling or unable to do so. Public or private nonprofit organizations manage the program locally. Meals are provided by day care cent...
The Child Care Food Program
111912: Mar 26, 1980
The Child Care Food Program, one of several child nutrition programs funded and administered by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to improve the nutritional intake of the Nation's children, provides commodities and financial assistance to food service programs serving children in day care centers, headstart centers, centers for the handicapped, and family day care homes. The program, which oper...
Survey of Military Services' Programs on Child Abuse and Neglect
B-192159: Published: Jun 26, 1978. Publicly Released: Jun 26, 1978.
The Army Child Advocacy Program is an installation or community command program designed to prevent, control, and treat child abuse or neglect. GAO recently completed a survey of the Program in Europe. In addition to field visits, GAO obtained information concerning 12 more military communities from participants at a child advocacy seminar.Program officials generally believed that there were not e...