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If you are a family child care provider or center and would like to learn how you can participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, contact a CACFP sponsor in your state or your CACFP state office.
Beginning October 22, 2014, the USDA National Disqualified List (NDL) is accessible by independent centers and sponsors of centers in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Programs (SFSP). The NDL is a list of institutions and individuals that have been disqualified and terminated from participation in the CACFP and SFSP. The purpose of maintaining the NDL and making it available via the internet to independent centers, sponsoring organizations, state agencies, and USDA is to provide a tool for promoting CACFP integrity. Read More.
New policy sent to states on Monday and posted to the web today! You are now allowed to choose census tracts to determine eligibility which widens the area for review of tier one and tier two enrolled children.
USDA has listened to sponsors and participants of the Paperwork Reduction Work Group and provided flexibility to the sponsor in determining the effective date of the approval.