WI Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) Plan


The Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) Plan is a public document prepared by all states every three years beginning with the 2016-2018 plans. The Plan describes the administration and funding of Wisconsin's child care subsidy and quality programs.

During the year of Plan development and before June 30, each state must submit its plan to the federal Administration for Children and Families (ACF) - Office of Child Care (OCC) for their review and approval in order to receive CCDF dollars.

In addition, States are required to seek public comments on their proposed plan and to hold a public hearing where comments are received and considered for inclusion.

For more information on the public hearing for the 2016-2018 CCDF Plan go to: http://dcf.wisconsin.gov/childcare/ccdbg/default.htm.

Current Plan:

2016-2018 Final CCDF Approved Plan


Previous Plans:

For further information, please contact David Timmerman at david.timmerman@wisconsin.gov or 1-608-422-6139

Updated September 29, 2016

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