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e-CFR Data is current as of November 20, 2014

Title 45Subtitle BChapter IIPart 264


TITLE 45—Public Welfare

SUBTITLE B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC WELFARE

CHAPTER II—OFFICE OF FAMILY ASSISTANCE (ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS), ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

PART 264—OTHER ACCOUNTABILITY PROVISIONS

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§264.0
What definitions apply to this part?

Subpart A—WHAT SPECIFIC RULES APPLY FOR OTHER PROGRAM PENALTIES?

§264.1
What restrictions apply to the length of time Federal TANF assistance may be provided?
§264.2
What happens if a State does not comply with the five-year limit?
§264.3
How can a State avoid a penalty for failure to comply with the five-year limit?
§264.10
Must States do computer matching of data records under IEVS to verify recipient information?
§264.11
How much is the penalty for not participating in IEVS?
§264.30
What procedures exist to ensure cooperation with the child support enforcement requirements?
§264.31
What happens if a State does not comply with the IV-D sanction requirement?
§264.40
What happens if a State does not repay a Federal loan?
§264.50
What happens if, in a fiscal year, a State does not expend, with its own funds, an amount equal to the reduction to the adjusted SFAG resulting from a penalty?
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Subpart B—WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CONTINGENCY FUND?

§264.70
What makes a State eligible to receive a provisional payment of contingency funds?
§264.71
What determines the amount of the provisional payment of contingency funds that will be made to a State?
§264.72
What requirements are imposed on a State if it receives contingency funds?
§264.73
What is an annual reconciliation?
§264.74
How will we determine the Contingency Fund MOE level for the annual reconciliation?
§264.75
For the annual reconciliation, what are qualifying State expenditures?
§264.76
What action will we take if a State fails to remit funds after failing to meet its required Contingency Fund MOE level?
§264.77
How will we determine if a State met its Contingency Fund expenditure requirements?
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Subpart C—WHAT RULES PERTAIN SPECIFICALLY TO THE SPENDING LEVELS OF THE TERRITORIES?

§264.80
If a Territory receives Matching Grant funds, what funds must it expend?
§264.81
What expenditures qualify for Territories to meet the Matching Grant MOE requirement?
§264.82
What expenditures qualify for meeting the Matching Grant FAG amount requirement?
§264.83
How will we know if a Territory failed to meet the Matching Grant funding requirements at §264.80?
§264.84
What will we do if a Territory fails to meet the Matching Grant funding requirements at §264.80?
§264.85
What rights of appeal are available to the Territories?


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