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