7 CFR 247.5 - State and local agency responsibilities.
State and local agencies are responsible for administering the program in accordance with the provisions of this part, and with the provisions of part 250 of this chapter, as applicable. Although the State agency may delegate some responsibilities to another agency, the State agency is ultimately responsible for all aspects of program administration. The following is an outline of the major responsibilities of State and local agencies; it is not intended to be all-inclusive.
(a) What are the major responsibilities shared by State and local agencies? The major responsibilities shared by State and local agencies include:
(b) What are the major State agency responsibilities? The major responsibilities of State agencies include:
(5) Establishing eligibility requirements, in accordance with the options provided to the State agency under § 247.9. (This function may not be delegated to another agency.);
(6) Establishing nutritional risk criteria and a residency requirement for participants, if such criteria are to be used;
(7) Establishing a financial management system that effectively accounts for funds received for program administration;
(8) Developing a plan for the detection and prevention of dual participation, in coordination with CSFP local agencies and with the State WIC agency;
(11) Developing a management review system and conducting reviews of local agencies. (This function may not be delegated to another agency.);
(12) Determining and pursuing claims, and establishing standards for pursuit of claims against participants;
(15) Ensuring that program participation does not exceed the State agency's caseload allocation on an average monthly basis.
(c) What are the major local agency responsibilities? The major local agency responsibilities include:
(1) Determining eligibility of applicants in accordance with eligibility criteria established by the State agency;
(5) Providing nutrition education and information on the availability of other nutrition and health assistance programs to participants;
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