Privatization in Practice: Case Studies of Contracting for TANF Case Management. Coordinating Public-private Provision of Services


Public agency staff always need to coordinate with private agency staff in the provision of TANF services, at least to some extent. Even when the entire TANF program is privatized, as it is in Wisconsin, private agency TANF workers need to coordinate with public agency staff conducting food stamp and Medicaid eligibility determination. And in those sites where only employment-related case management functions are privatized, public agency workers who conduct TANF eligibility determination and other case processing functions need to coordinate with the private agency employment case managers.

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