45 CFR 261.62 - What must a State do to verify the accuracy of its work participation information?
(a) To ensure accuracy in the reporting of work activities by work-eligible individuals on the TANF Data Report and, if applicable, the SSP-MOE Data Report, each State must:
(1) Establish and employ procedures for determining whether its work activities may count for participation rate purposes;
(5) Submit to the Secretary for approval the State's Work Verification Plan in accordance with paragraph (b) of this section.
(i) A description demonstrating how the activity meets the relevant definition at § 261.2;
(iii) A description of the documentation it uses to monitor participation and ensure that the actual hours of participation are reported;
(2) A description of the State's procedures for identifying all work-eligible individuals, as defined at § 261.2;
(4) A description of the procedures for ensuring it does not transmit to the Department a work-eligible individual's hours of participation in an activity that does not meet a Federal definition of a countable work activity; and
(5) A description of the internal controls that the State has implemented to ensure a consistent measurement of the work participation rates, including the quality assurance processes and sampling specifications it uses to monitor adherence to the established work verification procedures by State staff, local staff, and contractors.
Title 45 published on 2012-10-01
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