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, 148 kb
- Overview, 43 kb
- Background, 57 kb
- Initiative Summary, 59 kb
- Overview of the Implementation Plan, 59 kb
- Description of Specific Tasks, 99 kb
- Summary of Costs and Schedule, 49 kb
- Summary of Alternative Initiatives, 60 kb
- References, 40 kb
- Appendix A, 107 kb
- Appendix B, 286 kb
- Entire report, 743 kb
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