New York State Office of Children and Family

New York State Office of Children and Family

New York State Office of Children and Family Services Phase 3 of CCTA: Are We Hitting the Mark?! Wednesday, January 30, 2013 Gladys Carrin, Esq. Commissioner Andrew M. Cuomo Governor Welcome & Introductions

Renee Rider, Assistant Commissioner Division of Child Care Services Rhonda Duffney, Director, Child Care Subsidy Program Division of Child Care Services George Warner, ITS Portfolio Manager Office of Information Technology Services Robert Hops, Sr. Project Manager, Controltec, Inc. Happy 2nd Year Anniversary!!! Welcome & Introductions USER WORKGROUP Chemung: LuAnn Rhode,

Albany: Michele Dibble Cindy Nagy Chenango: Penni Mills Franklin: Michele Mulverhill Pamela Steenberge Erie: Pat Musical Roseann Nagel Thomas Kubiniec Constance VanDett Greene: Christina DiCaprio Pam Fancher

Livingston: Kristie Hanna Patty Merowsky Monroe: Bruce Thiell Onondaga: Anthony Morris Orange: Elaine Puglielle, Todd Craner Thomas Tejeda Rockland: Susanne Maden

Bridget McCabe Columbia: Joan Peterson Welcome & Introductions USER WORKGROUP Schoharie: Kathy Buschynski Steuben: Shirley Herrick Lisa Herrick Suffolk: Cynthia Naso Erin Page Tom Grecco Tom Contegni Christopher Wittneben

Wayne: Richard LeBlanc Wyoming: Kellie Conrad Yates: Nancy Oppel Doreen Kohlhagen Washington: Lecia Carpenter Westchester: Katherine Waluschka Miguel Velazquez Jacqueline Green Aiman Haddadin Presentation Overview

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Overview of the Child Care Subsidy Program Integrity Initiative Where is CCTA at today? CCTA Enhancements (Phase 2A, 2B, and 3) Future Enhancements (Phase 4 what else?!) Biometric Devices & CCTA

Questions & Answers Child Care Subsidy Program Integrity Initiative Rollout of CCTA: January September 2011 New, Fraud Regulations: Effective October 5, 2011 $1M Fraud Detection & Prevention Grants: March 2012 CCTA - Biometric Pilot: Fall 2012 Program Integrity RFP Released: September 2012 Where is CCTA at today? Goals Improve the timeliness and accuracy of payments to

child care providers Decrease the administrative burden on local districts and child care providers Increase fiscal accountability, including fraud prevention Increasing the number of parents that check their children in and out using CCTA Where is CCTA at today? Calculating approximately $66M a quarter in payments ($238.3M annually) Estimated universe of payment amounts thru CCTA annually: $270M

86% of the districts are using CCTA to track attendance and calculate payments 16,600 providers are registered for web submittal 8 CCTA Enhancements Phase 2B Added ability for providers to see payment status from the Web Submittal site Ability to batch process alerts Eligibility scratchpad Combined payment and timesheet search

screens in the Payment section Modified the Reassign Case Worker screen CCTA Enhancements Phase 2B Modified Payment Page Added weekly totals to the grid Added split week amounts for partial weeks Added split week attendance for partial weeks Added ability to add a payment note Added an Authorizations section that shows

other authorizations for the family during the billing period CCTA Enhancements Phase 2B Modified Payment Page Example CCTA Enhancements Phase 2B Modified Additional Fees Page

Ability to assign court-ordered family share to a specific child/provider Fee is automatically used in the payment Ability to create additional fee types Ability to assign a priority for additional fee types Fees show up on the notices CCTA Enhancements Phase 2B Notices of Action Ability to modify the Case Name displayed on the notice Added a Family Share date to the Approval and Change

notices Added multi select for reasons on the Change notice Added a reason dropdown for the Discontinue notice Added new reasons for Insufficient Funding Added a section to display Additional Fees Schedule report will now print as the Provider Copy Added an Addendum that shows how eligibility and family share are calculated CCTA Enhancements Phase 3 LDSS data extracts Report review and enhancements

New reports and changes to existing reports Adding CSV output where appropriate Analyze over midnight care Implement updated 801 reports Promote and support data imports to Web Submittal from other software packages (ProCare, COMET, etc.) CCTA Enhancements Phase 3 Software changes/enhancements

Put back ability to see all days in the Show Rates section Add subtotals to BICS reports Add payment IDs to BICS reports Add the Payment Details report to Web Submittal Web Submittal messages per district Add effective date to absence groups Add a pop-up that allows you to navigate to the Notice screen

after saving a schedule Add a transfer utility that allows transfers from one type of care to another at the same provider Future Enhancements (Phase 4 ) What we have heard: Program closure payments at a provider level rather than child level Parents to see the dates and times child care payments are being made on their behalf Enhanced processing of paper time sheets

(for legally-exempt child care providers). What Else? Does the Plan Address these Goals? Original Goals Improve the timeliness and accuracy of payments to child care providers Decrease the administrative burden on local districts and child care providers Increase fiscal accountability, including fraud prevention Increasing the number of parents that check their children in and out using CCTA

What else do we need to do? CCTA - Biometric Pilot Plan Purpose of the pilot is to develop a strategy for identifying, training and supporting providers using a biometric device for capturing attendance One provider in Livingston County is currently using the device Westchester and Albany Counties are next to be deployed Questions

and Answers Contact OCFS: 518-474-9454 http://www.ocfs.state.ny.us/main/childcare Contact CCTA Support Center: 1-877-369-6106 option 9

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