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Under Secretary Summary of State Options

A letter about the summary of state options to urge full consideration of food stamp policy options, which can improve customer service and streamline program administration.

Resource | Policy Memos | 2002-3
Maximum Penalty/Fine for Misuse or Illegal Use of FMNP Funds, Property or Assets

FMNP Policy Memo #2002-3. The purpose of this policy memorandum is to advise you of a legislative change that affects the WIC FMNP regulations concerning the maximum penalty for misuse or illegal use of FMNP funds, assets or property.

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21st Century Community Learning Centers
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Categorical Eligibility for Upward Bound Sites
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Baby Fruits or Vegetables with DHA

In response to a number of inquiries, we wish to clarify that certain baby food products containing DHA cannot be served to infants as part of a reimbursable meal in the child nutrition programs.

Resource | Policy Memos | 2002-1
WIC and WIC FMNP Cost Allocation

This memorandum provides guidance concerning allowable FMNP cost that may be covered with Federal WIC funds.

Resource | Policy Memos | 2002-2
Allowable Sources for State Matching Funds

This policy memorandum is intended to provide guidance concerning allowable sources for the WIC FMNP State matching funds.

Resource | Policy Memos | 2002-5
WIC FMNP Cost Allocation

This memorandum provides guidance concerning allowable FMNP costs that may be covered with Federal WIC funds. It is intended to promote accuracy and uniformity in the application of allowable cost principles to decisions about FMNP related costs, as State agencies seek to maximize Federal funding.

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Afterschool Care Snacks in Emergency Shelters in the Child and Adult Care Food Program(CACFP)

This policy provides older children, who are homeless and consequently automatically eligible for free meals, access to afterschool care snacks, even if the emergency shelter’s program is not located in a school attendance area where at least 50 percent of the enrolled students are eligible for free and reduced price meals.