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e-CFR Data is current as of April 16, 2014

Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 270—HIGH PERFORMANCE BONUS AWARDS


§270.7   What data will we use to measure performance on the work support and other measures?

(a) We will use Census Bureau data to rank States on their performance on the Food Stamp measures in §270.4(c) and on the measure of family formation and stability in §270.4(f). We will also use Census Bureau data, along with other information, to rank States on the child care measure in §270.4(e). We will rank only those States that choose to compete on these measures.

(b) We will rank State performance on the Medicaid/SCHIP measures in §270.4(d) based on data submitted by those States that choose to compete on these measures, as determined by matching TANF individuals who were enrolled in Medicaid/SCHIP and are no longer receiving TANF assistance with Medicaid/SCHIP enrollment data.

(c) We will rank State performance on the child care measure based on data submitted by those States that choose to compete on this measure. We will use data reported on Forms ACF 800, ACF 801, ACF 696 and other necessary data we will specify.



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