Food and Nutrition Service October 4, 2018 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents

Increasing Flexibility for Verification of For-Profit Center Eligibility in the Child and Adult Care Food Program
Document Number: 2018-21445
Type: Proposed Rule
Date: 2018-10-04
Agency: Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service
USDA proposes a deregulatory action to simplify the requirement for for-profit child care centers, for-profit adult care centers, and sponsoring organizations of for-profit centers in the Child and Adult Care Food Program to verify that they are eligible to submit claims for reimbursement each month. This rule would exempt for- profit centers from monthly verification if they annually demonstrate that at least 50 percent of children served are eligible for free and reduced-price meals or benefits under title XX of the Social Security Act, or at least 50 percent of adult participants are eligible for benefits under title XIX or title XX of the Social Security Act. Monthly verification represents a small but duplicative paperwork burden. Allowing a less frequent verification cycle would reduce the administrative burden for those centers that consistently serve a high percentage of eligible children or adult participants from low-income households.
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