Sec 46-810. Department of economic security; child care; report


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  • The department of economic security shall provide the following data by October 1 of each year to the members of the joint legislative budget committee:

    1. The number of families served and total number of children served by each of the child care programs administered by the department of economic security.

    2. The total number of dollars spent on child care for each of the child care programs administered by the department of economic security.

    3. The number of recipients eligible for transitional medical and child care benefits.

    4. The number of recipients who accept transitional medical and child care benefits specifying how many recipients have received these services for less than twelve months and those who have received these services for more than twelve months.

    5. The number of applicants waiting for services under the state child care subsidy and federal child care programs for working families.

    6. Copayment levels for each of the child care programs administered by the department of economic security.

    7. The amount of copayment money collected for each of the child care programs administered by the department of economic security.

    8. The total number of payments made to relatives for child care and the number of children served.

    9. Any changes in the payment rate schedules and maximum provider rates from the previous fiscal year and the reason for those changes.

    10. The number of families providing child care as a work activity in order to meet the federal work participation rates established pursuant to Public Law 104-193.