CCDF Prevention and Detection of Fraud

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This webinar provided Lead Agencies with strategies for strengthening Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) program integrity with evaluations of internal polices and processes and reviewed some tools that can be used to evaluate program compliance, fiscal accountability, and increase program...

This PowerPoint presentation was developed for the United Council on Welfare Fraud’s annual training event. The resource includes:

In the third webinar of our fiscal year 2021 program integrity quarterly series, we discussed what internal controls are and why they are so important, provided examples of how internal controls support fiscal, policy, and process decisions for CCDF, and introduced some of the tools that can

This webinar covered front-end detection and investigation strategies by walking through federal requirements, common strategies, and benefits to promote program integrity and accountability within the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF).   

The webinar provided information on the benefits of program integrity strategies, including a discussion of specific state examples from Sections 8.1.3 (identifying risk) and 8.1.4 (identifying fraud) of the 2019-2021 State Plan submissions.

The Program Integrity: Data Mining, Sharing, and Analytics resource brief was developed to assist CCDF Lead Agencies in understanding the benefits of utilizing administrative data they already possess.

This webinar covered the fundamentals of program integrity and an overview of what program integrity is in CCDF, why it’s important, and the benefits of increasing program integrity strategies in the child care program. Specific topics presented and discussed included:

This program integrity webinar shared CCDF Lead Agency strategies related to appeals, hearings, recovery and sanctions.

A governmental inter-agency written agreement is often referred to as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) or Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). In general, written agreements bind two or more agencies to terms outlined within the agreement.

The Tribal Lead Agency Fiscal Risk Assessment was developed for Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Tribal Lead Agency (TLA) administrators, fiscal and management officials, and other TLA leaders as a framework for reviewing how well policies and procedures meet the CCDF requirements in the...