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Title 42Chapter IVSubchapter DPart 457Subpart F → §457.606

Title 42: Public Health
Subpart F—Payments to States

§457.606   Conditions for State allotments and Federal payments for a fiscal year.

(a) Basic conditions. In order to receive a State allotment for a fiscal year, a State must have a State child health plan submitted in accordance with section 2106 of the Act, and

(1) For fiscal years 1998 and 1999, the State child health plan must be approved before October 1, 1999;

(2) For fiscal years after 1999, the State child health plan must be approved by the end of the fiscal year;

(3) An allotment for a fiscal year is not available to a State prior to the beginning of the fiscal year; and

(4) Federal payments out of an allotment are based on State expenditures which are allowable under the approved State child health plan.

(b) Federal payments for Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) expenditures under an approved State child health plan are—

(1) Limited to the amount of available funds remaining in State allotments calculated in accordance with the allotment process and formula specified in §§457.608 and 457.610, and payment process in §§457.614 and 457.616.

(2) Available based on a percentage of State CHIP expenditures, at a rate equal to the enhanced Federal medical assistance percentage (FMAP) for each fiscal year, calculated in accordance with §457.622.

(3) Available through the grants process specified in §457.630.

[65 FR 33622, May 24, 2000, as amended at 75 FR 48852, Aug. 11, 2010]

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