Allocation of Caseload


  1. 1. The State agency considers the following factors in its initial allocation of caseload to local agencies (check all that apply):
  2. 2. The State agency has a written procedure for allocation of caseload to local agencies.
  3. 3. The State agency has a procedure in place to ensure that current/prior year caseload levels are maintained.
  4. 4. If it appears that during the course of the program year not all funds will be spent, the State agency may reallocate caseload on the basis of the following factors (check all that apply):
  5. 5. The State agency has written procedures for local agencies to follow in situations of overspending

DOES NOT APPLY (EXPLAIN WHY AND PROCEED TO NEXT SECTION)

1. The State agency considers the following factors in its initial allocation of caseload to local agencies (check all that apply):

  • Percent of target population served by local agency's service area - Checked
  • Analysis of no-show, void, non-redemption rates by local agencies - Checked
  • Participation by priority and category - Checked
  • Special population pockets - Checked
  • Waiting lists - Checked
  • Staffing/ability of local agencies to serve caseload - Checked
  • Prior year caseload - Checked
  • Food package costs per person - Checked
  • Special projects - Checked
  • Other (identify):

ADDITIONAL DETAIL: Caseload Management Appendix and/or Procedure Manual (citation):

2. The State agency has a written procedure for allocation of caseload to local agencies.

  • Yes
  • No - Checked

If yes, attach written procedure in the Caseload Management Appendix or specify location in the Procedure Manual below.

If no, what guidelines does the State agency use for caseload allocation? (Describe in Caseload Management Appendix)

ADDITIONAL DETAIL: Caseload Management Appendix and/or Procedure Manual (citation): See Appendix F, WIC Monthly Caseload Report

3. The State agency has a procedure in place to ensure that current/prior year caseload levels are maintained.

  • Yes - Checked 
  • No If No, explain why not.

4. If it appears that during the course of the program year not all funds will be spent, the State agency may reallocate caseload on the basis of the following factors (check all that apply):

  • The State agency does not reallocate caseload mid-year
  • Same basis as for initial allocation of caseload - Checked
  • Local agency participation levels - Checked
  • Local agency high priority participation - Checked
  • Waiting lists - Checked
  • Successful special projects - Checked
  • Other (specify):

ADDITIONAL DETAIL: Caseload Management Appendix We do reconciliation prior to final payment to local agencies, therefore our locacl agencies cannot overspend. and/or Procedure Manual (citation):

5. The State agency has written procedures for local agencies to follow in situations of overspending

  • Yes
  • No - Checked

If a written procedure is available, provide in the Caseload Management Appendix or specify location in the Procedure Manual below.

ADDITIONAL DETAIL: Caseload Management Appendix and/or Procedure Manual (citation):