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Farmers' Markets Accepting SNAP Benefits

Authorized Farmers Markets in SNAP

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SNAP Payment Error Rates - Fiscal Year 2018

SNAP Payment Error Rates - Fiscal Year 2018

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Functional Requirements Documents (FReD) for a Model WIC System

Information Systems (IS) in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC Program) support a number of program operations and management functions, such as certifying applicants, monitoring food vendors, tracking participation and expenditures and managing appointments.  The Functional Requirements Document for a Model WIC System (FRED) provides a comprehensive description of functions that can be automated to support the WIC Program.

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SNAP Employment and Training Letters
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SNAP System Integrity Review Tool
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CAM-TOOL User Guide v3 2015-02-04

CAM Tool User Guide - supplements the on-screen help available in the CAM-Tool itself.  It contains step-by-step procedures and screen displays to illustrate how to capture and analyze the data needed to produce equitable distributions of software development costs to Federal and State benefiting programs.

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Reminder to Store Owners - SNAP Training Expectations

Reminder for retailers on SNAP training expectations, and of the available materials and resources to assist you in ensuring that your employees are following the rules.

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Call Center/Contact Center Support for States

A Framework and Reference Guide.

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Healthy Incentives Pilot Evaluation

To address this problem, the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008, also known as the 2008 Farm Bill, authorized funds for pilot projects to evaluate health and nutrition promotion in SNAP to determine if incentives provided to SNAP recipients at the point of sale increase the consumption of fruits, vegetables, or other healthful foods. On the basis of this legislative authority, USDA designed the Healthy Incentive Pilot (HIP).