Code of the District of Columbia

§ 4–205.19m. Reporting requirements.

The Mayor shall report and make public the following performance measures annually:

(1) By vendor program:

(A) The number of TANF work-eligible recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who have participated in the specific vendor program, including the number and percentage of those recipients who have:

(i) Met their work participation requirements for at least one month during the reporting period;

(ii) Completed the education or training program; and

(iii) Have become employed.

(B) Of those who gained employment, the number and percentage of TANF recipients who remain employed and met work participation requirements, by month, for up to 6 months;

(C) Of those who exited TANF due to earnings, the number and percentage of TANF recipients who return to a vendor program after 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, and 18 months;

(2) The number of TANF recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who:

(A) Have applied for a waiver from job search or job readiness activities, as defined in § 4-205.19b, and work activities, as defined in § 4-205.19d, due to domestic violence as referenced in § 4-205.19b(d)(3);

(B) Have been granted a waiver from job search or job readiness activities, pursuant to § 4-205.19b, and work activities due to domestic violence as referenced in § 4-205.19b(d)(3);

(C) Have been referred to treatment through domestic violence services pursuant to § 4-205.19b(d)(2); and

(D) Are receiving domestic violence services through a referral by the Mayor pursuant to § 4-205.19b(d)(2);

(3) The number of TANF recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who have been:

(A) Referred to POWER pursuant to § 4-205.73(b);

(B) Approved for POWER; and

(C) Referred to and receive, to the extent such information is accessible and available, treatment services for substance abuse or physical or mental disabilities;

(4) The number of TANF recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who are participating in each work activity listed in § 4-205.19d(c-1), including the number of TANF recipients and percentage of TANF caseload who have reported self-employment as their unsubsidized employment work activity;

(5) For the following activities, a list of organizations, with which TANF recipients have been placed and the number placed with each:

(A) Subsidized private sector employment;

(B) Subsidized public sector employment;

(C) Work experience;

(D) On-the-job-training;

(E) Community service;

(F) Vocational education training; and

(G) Job skills training directly related to employment;

(6) The number of TANF recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who have:

(A) Been referred to the Tuition Assistance Program Initiative for TANF (“TAPIT”);

(B) Been enrolled in TAPIT; and

(C) Successfully completed TAPIT;

(7) The number of TANF recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who have:

(A) Been referred to the University of the District of Columbia Paths Program;

(B) Been enrolled in the UDC Paths Program; and

(C) Successfully completed the UDC Paths Program; and

(8) The number of TANF recipients and percentage of the TANF caseload who were not referred to work activities within 6 months and 12 months after a positive eligibility determination.


(Apr. 6, 1982, D.C. Law 4-101, § 519m; as added Apr. 8, 2011, D.C. Law 18-366, § 2(d), 58 DCR 981; Sept. 26, 2012, D.C. Law 19-171, § 32(a), 59 DCR 6190.)

Effect of Amendments

The 2012 amendment by D.C. Law 19-171 validated a previously made technical correction in (2)(A).