Moving to 21st-Century Public Benefits
Tuesday, June 12 | 2 – 3 pm EDT
The world has changed, and a new model of public benefit administration using modern information systems is emerging to improve the enrollment and retention procedures of our public benefits programs.
The Coalition for Access and Opportunity invites you to join Stan Dorn, Senior Fellow at the Urban Institute, to learn more about the Coalition’s new paper on how sharing data and basing eligibility decisions on existing information can cut administrative costs, help more families in need of assistance access benefits and strengthen programs. State representatives will share examples and reactions to the paper.
CLASP, Single Stop USA and First Focus co-convene the Coalition for Access and Opportunity, a collaboration of advocates, researchers, and practitioners working to improve access to and better coordination of the range of federal income and work supports.
We encourage you to share this invitation widely with your friends and colleagues.
View the toolkit: 21st Century Eligibility: A Menu of Options >>