National Center on Child Care Subsidy Innovation and Accountability

National Center on Child Care Subsidy Innovation and Accountability

The National Center on Child Care Subsidy Innovation and Accountability (SIAC) provides technical assistance to Child Care and Development Fund programs in developing child care subsidy systems that are child-focused, family-friendly, and fair to providers. SIAC works with grantees to help them reach goals related to subsidy eligibility, integrating quality and subsidy, strengthening program integrity, payment rules, rate setting, and other policies and practices that support providing high-quality care to more children from low-income families.

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Having adequate, and even inspiring facilities for center-based early care and education facilities is a goal for all leaders.

Over the past eight years, States have made considerable progress in lowering error rates and reducing improper payments in their child care programs.

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) program provides funding to states, tribes, and territories to support child care assistance for low-income families. Eligibility policies that are family friendly, child focused, and fair to providers support CCDF goals.

The U.S. Department of Labor reports that over 14 million people in the United States are self-employed, representing nearly ten percent of the labor force.

The attached resources were presented as part of the "Increasing Access and Building Supply" sessions at the 2015 State and Territory Administrator's Meeting:

This document highlights 10 specific areas of CCDF policy that can support EHS-CC Partnership efforts.

This Webinar presents an overview of the key updates that will be incorporated in the renewal DCI. Information is also provided about the OIG Audit of Error Rate Process and Calculations and provides States with the most recent error rate data.

The Center works with States to conduct triennial case record reviews to identify and reduce administrative errors in the CCDF program. Effective October 1, 2007, a Final Rule revised the CCDF regulations requiring all States, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, to report on error rates in the expenditure of CCDF grant funds once every three years on a rotational cycle. The revised Data Collection Instructions and related forms and are available for download.
This presentation provides an overview of information about contracts through the child care subsidy program funded by CCDF.