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§98.71 Content of reports.
(a) At a minimum, a State or territorial Lead Agency's quarterly case-level report to the Secretary, as required in §98.70, shall include the following information on services provided under CCDF grant funds, including Federal Discretionary (which includes any funds transferred from the TANF Block Grant), Mandatory, and Matching Funds; and State Matching and Maintenance-of-Effort (MOE) Funds:
(1) The total monthly family income for determining eligibility;
(2) County of residence;
(3) Gender and month/year of birth of children;
(4) Ethnicity and race of children;
(5) Whether the head of the family is a single parent;
(6) The sources of family income, from employment (including self-employment), cash or other assistance under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program under Part A of title IV of the Social Security Act, cash or other assistance under a State program for which State spending is counted toward the maintenance of effort requirement under section 409(a)(7) of the Social Security Act, housing assistance, assistance under the Food Stamp Act of 1977; and other assistance programs;
(7) The month/year child care assistance to the family started;
(8) The type(s) of child care in which the child was enrolled (such as family child care, in-home care, or center-based child care);
(9) Whether the child care provider involved was a relative;
(10) The total monthly child care copayment by the family;
(11) The total expected dollar amount per month to be received by the provider for each child;
(12) The total hours per month of such care;
(13) Social Security Number of the head of the family unit receiving child care assistance;
(14) Reasons for receiving care; and
(15) Any additional information that the Secretary shall require.
(b) At a minimum, a State or territorial Lead Agency's annual aggregate report to the Secretary, as required in §98.70(b), shall include the following information on services provided through all CCDF grant funds, including Federal Discretionary (which includes any funds transferred from the TANF Block Grant), Mandatory, and Matching Funds; and State Matching and MOE Funds:
(1) The number of child care providers that received funding under CCDF as separately identified based on the types of providers listed in section 658P(5) of the amended Child Care and Development Block Grant Act;
(2) The number of children served by payments through certificates or vouchers, contracts or grants, and cash under public benefit programs, listed by the primary type of child care services provided during the last month of the report period (or the last month of service for those children leaving the program before the end of the report period);
(3) The manner in which consumer education information was provided to parents and the number of parents to whom such information was provided;
(4) The total number (without duplication) of children and families served under CCDF; and
(5) Any additional information that the Secretary shall require.
(c) At a minimum, a Tribal Lead Agency's annual report to the Secretary, as required in §98.70(c), shall include the following information on services provided through all CCDF tribal grant awards:
(1) Unduplicated number of families and children receiving services;
(2) Children served by age;
(3) Children served by reason for care;
(4) Children served by payment method (certificate/voucher or contract/grants);
(5) Average number of hours of care provided per week;
(6) Average hourly amount paid for care;
(7) Children served by level of family income; and
(8) Children served by type of child care providers.