CCDF Fraud Toolkit

Online Self-Assessment Modules

A collaged image showing a laptop, tablet, and mobile device. Each screen shows a different slide from the Fraud Risk Assessment e-Learning modules.
A laptop showing the cover slide for the Fraud Risk Assessment e-Learning module.
A tablet showing a slide from the Fraud Risk Assessment e-Learning module, where a menu of categories is shown.
A mobile device showing an assessment summary from the Fraud Risk Assessment e-Learning module.

The Learning and Resource Center, on behalf of WRMA and its client the federal Office of Child Care (OCC), created this interactive series of self-assessment tools for state Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Lead Agencies. The modules support states in increasing program integrity and accountability and decreasing fraud within their child care programs. Within each tool, the CCDF agency answers a series of questions across several categories. The tools then generate risk assessment levels and provide additional related resources. The agency can then access visual dashboards and a printable report displaying their results to drive action steps and future decision-making.

Provided by OCC’s National Center on Subsidy Innovation and Accountability (NCSIA), the toolkit encompasses five separate evaluation sections or tools: an overall fraud risk assessment, and additional assessments for prevention, detection, enforcement and recovery, and monitoring.

The LRC provided copy editing services for the project, improving readability and use of grammar and aligning with AP style. The CCDF Fraud Toolkit resides on OCC’s Child Care Technical Assistance Network website and is 508-compliant.

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Administration for Children and Families (ACF)

Office of Child Care (OCC)

WRMA (TriMetrix subsidiary)

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