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1. State food stamp policy choices under welfare reform : findings of 1997 50-state survey (id:47217)

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2. Evaluation of food retailer compliance management demonstrations in EBT-ready states and related initiatives : final report (id:46402)

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3. Evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland : food store access and its impact on the shopping behavior of food stamp households (id:46866)

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4. Evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland : patterns of food stamp and cash welfare benefit redemption (id:46865)

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5. Food retailers in the food stamp program : characteristics and service to program participants (id:47071)

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6. Food stamp program participation rates, January 1994 (id:46427)

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7. Retailer pre-authorization visit demonstration : preliminary report on implementation and operations (id:56175)

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8. Evaluation of the application of Regulation E to EBT systems : preliminary findings (id:46904)

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9. Food stamp program client enrollment assistance demonstration projects : interim evaluation report (id:47073)

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10. Nonparticipation and problems of access in the Food Stamp Program : a review of the literature (id:47220)

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11. Geographic analysis of retailer access (id:56171)

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12. Impact of the legalization program on the food stamp program (id:47012)

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13. EBT data privacy issues for food benefit programs (id:46574)

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14. EFT commercial infrastructures and implications for EBT (id:46863)

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15. EFT commercial infrastructures and implications for EBT (id:46864)

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16. EFT commercial infrastructures and implications for EBT (id:46577)

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17. Food stamp program participation rates, January 1992 (id:47083)

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18. State automation systems study : Virginia state report : site visit, October 20-22, 1993 (id:56185)

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19. State automation systems study : site visit, April 7-9, 1993 : Utah state report (id:56184)

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20. State automation systems study : site visit, August 9-11, 1993 : West Virginia state report (id:56180)

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21. State automation systems study : site visit, July 7-9, 1993 : Wisconsin state report (id:56181)

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22. State automation systems study : site visit, November 10-12, 1993 : Washington state report (id:56179)

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23. Summary of findings (id:56170)

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24. The evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland (id:46867)

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25. The evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland (id:46868)

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26. The evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland (id:46870)

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27. The evaluation of the expanded EBT demonstration in Maryland : summary of findings (id:46869)

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28. Feasibility study of a combined EBT system for the Food Stamp Program and the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) : final report (id:46432)

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29. Guidelines for preparation and review of EBT system acceptance test plans (id:47005)

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30. Guidelines for preparation and review of online EBT system design plans (id:47004)

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31. How vehicles affect food stamp eligibility (id:47006)

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32. New directions in food stamp policy research (id:46430)

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33. State automation systems study : Tennessee state report (id:56182)

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34. State automation systems study : site visit March 15-17, 1993 : Nevada state report (id:56183)

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35. The Effects of cash-out on food use by food stamp program participants in San Diego (id:46576)

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36. Food stamp program participation rates, January 1989 (id:47076)

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37. Process analysis as a means to error reduction in the food stamp program : final report and project summary (id:47065)

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38. The food stamp application process : office operations and client experiences (id:47069)

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39. The increase in food stamp program participation between 1989 and 1990 (id:47181)

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40. Claims collection tracking and aging systems (id:46966)

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41. Evaluation of the food stamp employment and training program : final report (id:56137)

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42. Features, costs, and perceived benefits of advanced automated systems (id:46571)

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43. Food stamp policy issues : results from recent research (id:47077)

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44. Food stamp program participation rates : August 1985 (id:47074)

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45. Handbook of assistance programs (id:47008)

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46. State and local claims collection operations (id:46967)

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47. State and local computer matching operations (id:46964)

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48. Food stamp analytic studies : the dynamics of food stamp program participation (id:47068)

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49. Redesign of the negative action quality control system in the food stamp program : final feasibility report (id:47176)

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50. Stratification and estimation in food stamp quality control (id:56229)