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FSP – Eligibility of Victims of Severe Trafficking

This memo advises States that as the result of the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2003 (TVPRA), PL 108-193, the categories of noncitizens eligible to participate in the Food Stamp Program (FSP) under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA), PL 106-386, have been expanded to include the minor children, spouses and in some cases the parents and siblings of victims of severe trafficking.

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Excellent Service for All: Best practices for increasing access to the Food Stamp Program

Excellent Service for All presents the access and outreach "best practices" of the eight states within the FNS, Mid-Atlantic Region.

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Questions and Answers Related to the Guidance on Medicare-approved Drug Discount Card

Questions and Answers Related to the Guidance on Medicare-approved Drug Discount Card

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Fraud Policy: 7 CFR 273.16

This memorandum is to reiterate and clarify current policy governing intentional Program violations (IPV) as set forth at 7 CFR 273.16 of the Food Stamp Program (FSP) regulations.

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FSP - Head of Household as Individual Responsible for Intentional Program Violations (IPV)

Head of Household as Individual Responsible for Intentional Program Violations (IPV)

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FSP - Revisiting Policy Regarding Head of Household as Individual

The head of household may not be held "automatically" responsible for trafficking the household's benefits if there is no direct evidence identifying him/her as the guilty party. However, OGC was also supportive of holding the head of household responsible when there was sufficient circumstantial evidence to show his/her complicity in the violative act.