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A representative from the Vermont Department for Children and Families, Economic Services, coordinates trainings for TANF case managers and staff who process TANF eligibility. The representative is interested in collaborating and communicating with peers in other states to share training ideas and professional development strategies. Please respond to this post or email Kristen.firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
A representative from the Urban Institute would like to know if any states or counties have performance measures based on client employment outcomes. Also, do any states have the ability to track the employment of TANF leavers after they leave the program, and if so, for how long?
A representative from the South Dakota Department of Social Services would like to know which states use a third party to deliver the work component of their TANF programs. Do those states use a monitoring tool, and where can that tool be accessed?