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Program Integrity and Accountability

Program integrity and accountability activities are grounded in state and territory policies focused on administration of the Child Care and Development Fund. They cover the expenditure of funds; monitoring programs and services to ensure compliance; and prevention and detection of fraud, waste, and abuse. The following resources provide further information about these requirements and activities.

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Durante los últimos ocho años, los Estados han realizado un avance importante en reducir el índice de errores y el número de pagos indebidos en sus programas de cuidado infantil.

This document provides an overview of some general characteristics of state child care licensing regulations for summer programs and day camps. The information is based on a scan of regulations in 17 states (Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota,...

In August and September 2017, NCTECD hosted a series of regional Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) final rule cluster trainings.

In August and September 2017, NCTECD hosted a series of regional Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) final rule cluster trainings.

The National Program Integrity Webinar Series highlights grantee actions that ensure internal controls and fraud prevention in their child care programs.

This brief summarizes the error rate data for the 2016 federal fiscal year. It includes information about the national error rate, causes of improper errors, and States' strategies to reduce errors.

The National Program Integrity Webinar Series highlights grantee actions that ensure internal controls and fraud prevention in their child care programs.

The National Program Integrity Webinar Series highlights grantee actions that ensure internal controls and fraud prevention in their child care programs.

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This brief summarizes the error rate data for the 2015 federal fiscal year. It includes information about the national error rate, causes of improper errors, and States' strategies to reduce errors.

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

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