Links to court or government agency websites. Also, materials issued by the agency or court itself (except for regulations and decisions) as well as rules and procedures governing the court or agency and its operations.
Overview published by DCJIS; click "G to website" to view.
Income-in-kind is a benefit received in any form other than money for a specific expense such as free rent, utilities, clothing or food,
DTA Transitions from 2019 are posted here.
TAFDC clients who are participating in an ESP activity (including employment), are eligible to receive a monthly transportation payment o
The U.S. government operated under a partial shutdown from December 22, 2018 to January 25, 2019.
To assist families in achieving economic stability, the Department offers TAFDC families a variety of Employment Service activities.
To incentivize work and help clients to gain economic mobility before leaving TAFDC, some clients are eligible to receive a 100% Earned I
The Online Guide has been updated to clarify that income received by ESP participants in certain programs is non-countable income for bot
TAFDC applicants or clients claiming a disability must complete a Disability Supplement for a determination by UMASS/DES to requ
This year the Young Parent Program expanded services to include those pregnant and parenting clients who: