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Child Care ACF-801 Changes. May 16-18, 2001. What ACF-801 Changes are Occurring?. SSN is no longer required New Data Element, Number in Eligible Family, is added for ACF-801 files submitted for January 2002 reporting period and after. What standards will change with the SSN being optional?.

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what acf 801 changes are occurring
What ACF-801 Changes are Occurring?
  • SSN is no longer required
  • New Data Element, Number in Eligible Family, is added for ACF-801 files submitted for January 2002 reporting period and after
what standards will change with the ssn being optional
What standards will change with the SSN being optional?
  • Other data elements affected by this change:
    • Element 2 (Unique State Identification Number)
    • Element 3 (Head of Household SSN)
    • Element 5 (Single Parent)
    • Element 17 (Child SSN)
element 2 unique state identification number
Element 2 (Unique State Identification Number)
  • If Element 3 (Head of Household SSN) is not reported, then this element must be reported and must uniquely identify the family over time (i.e. each monthly submission)
element 3 head of household ssn
Element 3 (Head of Household SSN)
  • This data element is no longer required.
  • CCDF eligibility may not be denied because a parent chooses not to provide an SSN.
  • If this element is not reported, Element 2 (Unique State Identification Number) must be reported.
element 5 single parent
Element 5 (Single Parent)
  • There is no longer a consistency standard between this element, Element 17 (Child SSN) and Element 3 (Head of Household SSN).
  • The other consistency standard stating that if this element = 9, then Element 6 (Reason for Receiving Subsidy) must=4 (Protective Services) still applies.
element 17 child ssn
Element 17 (Child SSN)
  • There is no longer a consistency standard for this data element since SSNs are not required.
what are the standards for element 16 in eligible family
What are the standards for Element 16 (# in Eligible Family)?
  • If Element 5 (Single Parent) does not = 9, then Element 16 (Number in Eligible Family) must be greater than or equal to the number of children receiving services plus the head of the household.
  • Therefore, the smallest acceptable value for this field if Element 5 does not equal 9 is 2.
what are the standards for element 16 in eligible family9
What are the standards for Element 16 (# in Eligible Family)?
  • With the new data element included, a record will look like:

F200104000000000000047410992182100031299991999070000001110003C1861934940001002199709S0203671104$

New data element: Element 16 (Number in Eligible Family)

where can i get further information
Where can I get further information?
  • The new PI, the new form and the new definitions are posted on the home page of the Child Care Bureau’s web site.
  • For additional information, contact the Child Care Automation Resource Center toll free at 877-249-9117.
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