Washington Waste Minimisation Workshop, Volume I: Five Waste

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He collaborated in social research projects with Graham Taylor at Chicago Commons, Mary McDowell at University of Chicago Settlement, and Jane Addams at Hull House. Examples of reimbursable administrative activities included in federal regulations include:referral to services, determination of Title IV-E eligibility, preparation for and participation in judicial determinations, placement of the child, development of the case plan, case reviews, case management and supervision, recruitment and licensing of foster homes and institutions, rate setting, costs related to data collection and reporting, and proportionate share of related agency overhead.

Pages: 556

Publisher: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (September 30, 1996)

ISBN: 9264152954

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