Here's some information on the transition from the Knowles
administration to that of Governor Murkowski. As you all know, Governor Murkowski and Lt. Governor Leman were sworn in to office on Monday noon. Here's some information about what's happening so far in our Department:
What a month this has been with elections, planning for change of administration rolling along on EOIP implementation, Ticket-to-Work, ice storms, Juneau fog, earthquakes and too much turkey (for some of us). Here are few of this month
The following standards are updated for 2003: Family Medicaid 185% Eligibility Test and Need Standards; SSI Payment Standards; Long Term Care Standards. These standards are effective January 1, 2003 and should be used for making eligibility determinations for the benefit month of January.
On November 21st, the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that the first 1,200
I'm pleased to announce our DPAStars for November 2002. These two special people are among the many in DPA who are dedicated to our mission. As you will see from the ominations, and as you know from your personal experience with them, they provide the very best in customer service and we are fortunate to have them. Thank you and congratulations, **DPAStars**!
Here is the link to the new DPA Stars for the month of September. Congratulations!
Read the interim policy memorandum for determining compliance under the new Temporary Assistance penalty policy.
From the Policy Coordination Team:
The last month has zoomed by
CONGRATULATIONS! For the first time, Alaska met the Two-Parent Participation Rate. Last week we were notified that Alaska achieved an adjusted 2P rate of 51% for federal fiscal year 2001.