Famlink

Created on: 
Sep 28 2015

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What is the FamLink interface?

FamLink is a case management system used by Children’s Administration. The interface from FamLink to ACES identifies foster care clients. Its purpose is to ensure households receive the correct Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Basic Food assistance when children have been removed from an active assistance unit.

How often does the FamLink interface run?

FamLink sends a file to ACES weekly.

What happens when there is a match between FamLink and ACES?

When ACES finds a match, it generates Alert 190 - ACES CHILD IN FOSTER CARE - CONTACT FOSTER CARE UNIT.

Online Processing

This interface does not require any Online Processing. 

Mainframe Processing

This interface does not require any Mainframe Processing

 

See ACES Screens and Online Pages for an example of pages or screens used in this chapter.