Pennsylvania Federal Regulatory Guidance
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Provides guidance on the Federal Advance Planning Document (APD) regulations that Tribes have to comply with to claim title IV-B and/or title IV-E Federal Financial Participation for child welfare information technology projects, equipment, and services.
Provides automation requirements and options for Tribes operating a title IV-E program pursuant to section 479B of the Social Security Act.
- Tribal Title IV-E Program Considerations
Provides technical assistance for Tribes to use in considering how to plan for the resources, policies, and procedures they will or may need to implement a direct title IV-E program.
Requested that Tribes submit a letter of intent if the Tribe intended to directly operate a title IV-E Program or apply for a Fostering Connections grant. Note: The request for letters of intent has expired.
Notifies Indian Tribes of the opportunity to operate the title IV-E programs.
- Title IV-E Tribal Consultation Meetings
A request for public comment concerning the Tribal title IV-E requirements and notice of Tribal consultation meetings. Note: The public comment period is closed, and Tribal consultation meetings have concluded.
Provides guidance to Tribes on the June 30, 2009 submission of a CFCIP and ETV plan, among other provisions
- FY 2009 Tribal IV-E Development Plan Grantees
The grantees at bottom of this page are authorized to develop a Tribal Title IV-E plan and implement a program.
Provides guidance to Tribes on actions they are required to take for the June 30, 2009 submission of the Title IV-B, CFCIP and ETV plans.
Provides guidance to states and territories on actions they are required to take for the June 30, 2009 submission of the Title IV-B, CFCIP and ETV plans.
Provides a revised Title IV-E plan pre-print that incorporatesthe statutory provisions made by Public Law 110-351 which are effective through fiscal year 2010.