To provide grants to WIC State agencies to plan, design and implement WIC electronic benefit transfer systems so that Program benefits can be provided electronically. To provide grants to WIC State agencies to fund, implement, and evaluate innovative technology projects that improve WIC services. To provide grants to WIC State agencies to plan, design, implement, enhance or transfer management information (MIS) systems. Please note the following grant activities: 1. WIC EBT Amendments (non-competitive). Grant funds for WIC EBT amendments are provided to WIC State agencies to support on-going EBT planning or implementation projects. These projects were originally funded through a competitive process using WIC technology or American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds. Many WIC State agencies received only partial funding in their original grant award and amendments provide the additional funds needed to ensure all activities are completed and projects are successful. 2. WIC EBT Implementation (non-competitive). Implementation grant funds are provided to WIC State agencies to enhance and modify current management information systems to support EBT, conduct cost evaluations, and develop retailer management plans. 3. WIC SAM Amendments (non-competitive). Grant funds for ... read more at CFDA.gov.
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- 2010: $60,000,000
- 2011: $59,761,000
† No obligations reported in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance