The TANF Emergency Contingency Fund: How New York Could Use It
August 11, 2009. Part III – How New York Could Use the TANF Emergency Contingency Fund – is the third of a series of briefs that looks into the rules governing the new Emergency Contingency Fund (ECF), reviews New York’s experience with the regular Contingency Fund, and explores the situations under which New York may qualify for ECF funds.
Also see Part I and Part II (June 11, 2009) – The Basics, and New York’s Experience with the Regular Contingency Fund – accompanied by five additional data tables.
- Data table: Applying for upfront funding based on anticipated spending could increase federal dollars for New York five-fold
- Timeline: Timing and amounts of potential awards from the two contingency funds