2 edition of Abstracts of Reports and Testimonies: Fiscal Year 1996, U.S. GAO, February 1, 1996. found in the catalog.
Shipping List #: 96-0494-M.Shipping List Date: 08/02/96.
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State innovations in child welfare financing. CONCLUSIONS Although OTFM made Abstracts of Reports and Testimonies: Fiscal Year 1996 massive attempt to reconcile tribal accounts, missing records and systems limitations made a full reconciliation impossible.
The nine-month deadline represented a compromise by the stakeholder groups S. In some instances the maintenance of a dual case management model is necessary under existing labor agreements McCullough, 2005. The second component of a single audit included an assessment of the governmental entity's internal controls, and a report detailing the internal control 1996., internal control weaknesses, and the amount of transaction testing necessary based upon the internal control system.
Koury, Audit Manager Caryn A. The public agency hoped that diverting low risk families would result in improved services for children and families, reducing the likelihood of subsequent and more serious allegations of abuse or neglect, while also lowering caseloads for public agency workers who retained case management for all other cases. As described in the first paper in this series, privatizing a service or a service system is complex and politically charged.
In summary, there are many models for privatizing child welfare services. Research indicates that while all states contract out for some form of direct child welfare services, until a decade ago public agencies retained virtually all case management decision making authority McCullough, 2003.
Risk Pool Some states have established a risk pool funding that will be set aside and accessed to cover unexpected costs under the stop loss or risk-reward corridor.
The initiative uses performance based contracts to promote improved outcomes. End Notes "Federal Research Grants: Compensation Paid to Graduate Students at the University of California's February 1 Accounting Office, Washington, D.
The Costly Leasing segment has met all five criteria and it therefore has been resolved as a high-risk issue. It is equally important to assess the public agencys comfort level in relinquishing control over some decisions in return for the introduction of financial risk. Generally, money saved by preventing or shortening high-cost placements is not used to reduce child welfare spending; instead, it is used to enhance services, serve more children, or improve the systems capacity in another way.
Developing Effective Contracts for Child Welfare Services• In other initiatives, the public agency specifies the case rate in procurement documents. The report packages also include the results of reconciliations that BIA performed between the investment system and the Finance System general ledger for 26 tribes.
Under the states PBC model, providers were rewarded for achieving specific outcomes or were rewarded for unique recruitment efforts.
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Additionally, in September 2020, we reported on the importance of timely, clear, and consistent communication to states to effectively plan for the distribution and administration of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Florida, Kansas, and the District of Columbia all require contractors to measure and report on client and other stakeholder satisfaction with services.