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CCDF Funding Formula

Discretionary

Mandatory

Matching

MOE

  • 100% Federal
  • Proportional Formula based on:
    • 100% Federal
    • Children under 5
    • Children receiving free or reduced lunch
    • Three-year average per capita income
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) transfers
  • No match requirements
  • 100% Federal
  • Federal share of now-repealed AFDC-linked child care programs.
    • Federal funds received in FY 1994, 1995, or an average received in FY 1992-1994 – whichever is greater
  • No match requirements
  • State and Federal matched at the Federal Medical Assistance Percentages Rate
  • Number of children under age 13
  • Must expend MOE in order to receive
  • 100% state funds
  • Federal share of now-repealed AFDC-linked child care programs.
    • Federal funds received in FY 1994, 1995, or an average received in FY 1992-1994 – whichever is greater
    • Expend minimum amount of nonfederal funds

CCDF funds must be expended in accordance with the CCDBG Act of 2014, the implementing regulations at 45 CFR Parts 98 and 99, and the approved state CCDF Plan. For this reason, ACF encourages CCDF Administrators to communicate with their counterparts filing the CCDF financial reports to confirm expenditures being reported are consistent with what the Lead Agency describes in the CCDF Plan.

NOTE: obligation and liquidation timeframes for these funding streams are explained on the corresponding chart in the section “Obligation and Liquidation Requirements.”