HCR121 (2017 Regular Session) Dashboard

Agency Application Description PMO Moderization Status Loss Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Finding Type Replacement Cost Replaced By Key
Department of Children and Family Services Bureau of Appeals This application establishes and maintains cases where citizens have appealed administrative decisions regarding services provided by DCFS. In-Progress 3 - High Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. Benefits such as SNAP, FITAP, and KCSP could be erroneously withheld from constituents if the application fails and fair hearing appeal requests could not be processed. Additionally, clients who should be classified as ineligible to receive benefits may receive such benefits if the application failed, preventing the Dept. from processing requests for Administrative disqualification hearings. Ultimately, issues caused by the failure of this application could result in a loss of federal funding for the department due to non-compliance with federal regulations. Normal 100K-500K OEPT-378
Department of Children and Family Services Family Resource Center (FRC) This application was built to empower families to attain self-sufficiency and ongoing independence. In-Progress 4 - Devastating Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. The application collects data on family-based interventions offered to families in an effort to prevent out of home placement of children, promote reunification efforts for children in out of home care, and to support adoption and permanency efforts. Normal 100K-500K OEPT-396
Department of Children and Family Services Louisiana Automated Online Information System (LAMI) This system provides eligibility determination and benefit-calculation system encompassing human services programs. Complete 4 - Devastating Impact LAMI does not impact revenue generation; however, LAMI issues an average of $112,049,588 in SNAP benefits and $1,484,135 in TANF benefits each month and, if the application failed, these benefits would not be issued, potentially resulting in DCFS losing its annual TANF grant of $163,971,985 and its SNAP Administrative Costs funding of approximately $58,000,000 for non-compliance. If LAMI were to fail, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) and TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) applications and redeterminations could not be processed. There are currently 410,348 SNAP households representing 890,723 individuals and 5,923 TANF households representing 14,375 individuals in Louisiana. Key 75M-100M Integrated Eligibility (IE) System OEPT-412