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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

The brief and the Child Care Stabilization Grantee Internal Controls Self-Assessment were developed to guide Lead Agencies in reviewing and evaluating their internal controls for the childcare stabilization grant program.

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.

The purpose of this brief is to assist Lead Agencies that are interested in conducting the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) error rate reviews remotely.

This webinar provides an overview of CCDF program and CARES Act funds and explains the difference between these two funding streams; provides tips and tools for managing, spending, and tracking these two funding streams; and debuts a budget calculator.

The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Budget Calculator is intended to help Lead Agencies understand the impact of three common factors on the CCDF budget. Specifically, the calculator looks at the impact of adjustments to:

The purpose of this brief is to assist Lead Agencies in understanding the pooling factor as it relates to the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) error rate review. The first section includes a description of the pooling factor and how it is used in the error rate review.