To ensure that counties are consistently following up on all match lists, Social Services should remind counties of their responsibility under state regulations to follow up diligently on all match lists. Further, it should work with counties to determine why poor follow-up exists and address those reasons.
The Recipient Income and Eligibility Verification System (R-IEVS) Processing Timeframes All County Letter (ACL) 17-41 was released on June 6, 2017. ACL 17-41 link http://cdssdnn.dss.ca.gov/Portals/9/ACL/2017/17-41.pdf?ver=2017-06-08-091640-630. CDSS conducts periodic county IEVS compliance reviews. If the review determines that the county is out of compliance, a report of findings is issued and the county is required to submit a corrective action plan.
The All County Letter (ACL) regarding the processing timeframes for the Income Eligibility and Verification System (IEVS) matches will be released in January 2017.
Due to competing priorities, including continued development of the eIEVS project, and participation in the FNS Treasury Offset Program review and training, the internal review of the draft ACL was delayed. CDSS anticipates releasing the ACL for stakeholder review and comment by August 2016. CDSS anticipates final release of the ACL in September 2016.
In order to complete the internal review of the All County Letter (ACL), CDSS is rescheduling the release date of the ACL to stakeholders for feedback to January 2016.
Draft All County Letter is in progress.
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