Tribal Lead Agencies

These resources can assist CCDF Administrators and other Lead Agency staff with supporting American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) CCDF grantees.

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In the second webinar for the FY 2021 program integrity webinar series, the National Center on Subsidy Innovation and Accountability shared strategies to strengthen Child Care and Development Fund accountability, specifically in the areas of fiscal, process, and program accountability.

This session provides foundational information about the CCDF health and safety requirements in Section 2 of the Tribal CCDF Plan, and for P.L. 102-477 CCDF grantees, questions 9-15 of the OCC Program Instruction CCDF-ACF-PI-2019-04, issued July 12, 2019.

This session takes a deeper look at Direct...

This brief highlights mechanisms for identifying special populations and strategies Lead Agencies can use to support access to child care. 

This new NCASE practice brief shows how state-level partnerships combined with innovative practices serve to strengthen and coordinate available resources for the benefit of thousands of children and families.

This webinar was presented as part of the Office of Child Care social and emotional wellness initiative.

This resource compilation was developed for early care and education programs administered by Tribal Nations, Tribal consortia, and other entities that work with Tribal child care providers, Tribal Head Start or Early Head Start programs, and Tribal Home Visiting programs.

In the first webinar for the FY 2021 program integrity webinar series, NCSIA provided strategies for maintaining CCDF program integrity as Lead Agencies assist providers and families in adapting to the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

This Resource Guide highlights promising strategies and provides information about how some...

This article highlights the Relationship-Based Care for Infants and Toddlers: A Training for Trainers series.