Means-Tested Programs

Means-Tested Programs

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Federal agencies that administer means-tested programs are responsible for both ensuring that people have appropriate access to assistance a ensuring the integrity of the programs they oversee. Knowing the proportion of the population that qualifies for these programs relative to the numbers who actually participate can help ensure that agencies can monitor a communicate key info. on program access. This report provides info. on: the proportion of those eligible who are participating in 12 selected low-income programs; factors that influence participation in those programs; a strategies used by fed., state, a local admin. to improve both access a integrity a whether agencies monitor access by measuring participation rates. Illus.programs, but also by reducing chances for client or caseworker error or misunderstanding. ... Department of Veterans Affairs, and the state Civil Service Administration to quickly verify earnings and other eligibility requirements and inconsistencies are flagged. ... If any of the matched information conflicts with the information provided by the client, a caseworker is to ask additional questions of the client.


Title:Means-Tested Programs
Author: David Bellis (au)
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2005-09-01
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