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Recent Library Content

04/29/2016 - DTA
This Online Guide Transmittal updates several pages in the EBT book and clarifies the following processes of moving and storing benefits on... Read more
04/29/2016 - DTA
The following Assistance Line enhancements were deployed on April 25th, 2016. The DTA Assistance Line menu prompts were shortened so that ... Read more
05/02/2016 - DTA
When a case containing a striker applies for TAFDC, the case manager must: deny the application if the striker is the parent or the only... Read more
04/29/2016 - DTA
If an EAEDC client fails to return a completed Disability Supplement without good cause, the case must be closed by going to the AU ... Read more
04/29/2016 - DTA
As a result of the Harper settlement, DTA will conduct an Adverse Action Pilot for six months in three TAOs: Dudley Square, Worcester and ... Read more

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