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Field Ops Memo 2005-52: RE TAFDC - Child Support Sanction Change

Date: 
10/28/2005
Author: 
DTA

Effective with BEACON Increment 2.1.17:  a recipient who is sanctioned for noncooperation of child support (without good cause) would be removed from the grant. The grant would be reduced by 25% of the grant he or she would have received prior to not cooperating.  When the AU Manager enters the child support sanction and authorizes the sanction on the Interview Wrap-up window, EBC Results will automatically apply the sanction and send out a notice telling the recipient how the child support sanction affects the grant.The sanction will remain in effect until the recipient cooperates with child support in accordance with 106 CMR 203.710. This change is being made to conform to Federal Welfare Reform regulations.

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