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Recent Library Content

04/04/2019 - DTA
Simplified Reporting is a certification type that allows DTA to more efficiently administer SNAP and for clients to receive stable benefits... Read more
04/04/2019 - DTA
The Department has updated the paper version of the Interim Report and Recertification forms. In addition, DTA is implementing the online... Read more
04/04/2019 - DTA
In April 2018, the Department expanded the DTA Connect capabilities beyond the mobile application and deployed DTA Connect Online at... Read more
04/04/2019 - DTA
Most SNAP clients with simplified reporting requirements must complete an Interim Report at a check-in point during their certification... Read more
04/04/2019 - DTA
A person who lives with others but purchases and prepares meals separate and apart from others can be considered a separate household.  Any... Read more

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