Georgia’s Decreasing TANF Funds: An Overview of the FY 2012 Allocation of TANF Funds in Georgia

Georgia has less available federal and state Maintenance of Effort (MOE) funds for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) due to a decreasing federal unobligated balance; cuts to the federal TANF Supplemental Grant; and, an increased reliance on private funds for TANF MOE. Download the PDF.

 

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State Directs Majority of TANF Funds to Child Welfare Despite Rise in TANF Recepients for FY 2011

TANF Supplemental Grant

What Federal TANF Cuts Could Mean to the State Budget

 

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