Child Care Subsidy: Monthly Audits

The Child Care Subsidy unit conducts monthly audits to align with the Improper Payments Error Rate process. Twenty-three cases per month with certifications in the prior month are reviewed by child care subsidy staff to identify error trends and training needs.

Eligibility criteria reviewed:

  • Application/Renewal Forms
  • Residency Requirements
  • Established Need Factor
  • Verification of Need
  • Qualifying Child
  • Unit Type and Number of Units
  • Income Documentation and Calculation

As always, accuracy should remain a top priority when processing child care subsidy cases. This ensures families receive the benefits they are entitled to, and providers are paid correctly.

Please see Improper Payments Error Rate Process | Quest to view the most recent audit results, error types, and related training information.

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