Linking the Current Population Survey to State Food Stamp Program Administrative Data: Phase II Report, Data Development Initiatives for Research on Food Assistance and Nutrition Programs—Final Report
by David Wittenburg , Don Alderson, Parke E. Wilde, and Alex Majchrowicz
Electronic Publications from the Food Assistance & Nutrition Research Program No. (EFAN--04005-1) 71 pp, June 2004
This report is a followup to a proposal to link the Current Population Survey (CPS) to State Food Stamp Program (FSP) administrative data. A linked CPS-FSP file would create new opportunities to explore dynamic program participation patterns of FSP participants and eligible nonparticipants. The report provides an implementation plan for a linked CPS-FSP file, including potential costs, benefits, and alternatives. The initiative is one of three that have the potential to improve the usefulness and cost-effectiveness of research on Federal food assistance and nutrition programs. The other initiatives are addressed in the reports, Linking WIC Program Data to Medicaid and Vital Records Data (E-FAN-04-005-2) and Establishing a Web-Based Data Collection System for National School Lunch and National School Breakfast Program Data (E-FAN-04-005-3).
Keywords: Food Stamp Program, Current Population Survey, FSP, CPS, administrative data, food assistance, program outcomes, program participation, data enhancement, Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Program, FANRP
In this publication...
- Abstract, Acknowledgments, Contents, 149 kb
- Overview, 44 kb
- Background, 58 kb
- Initiative Summary, 59 kb
- Overview of the Implementation Plan, 59 kb
- Description of Specific Tasks, 100 kb
- Summary of Costs and Schedule, 49 kb
- Summary of Alternative Initiatives, 60 kb
- References, 40 kb
- Appendix A, 107 kb
- Appendix B, 287 kb
- Entire report, 743 kb
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