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From paper to plastic: Electronic benefit transfer (EBT) programs for food stamps and other federal benefits hearing before the Subcommittee on Regulation, ... second session, Salem, OR, April 15, 1992 by United States

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ISBN 100160393655
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Get this from a library! From paper to plastic: the electronic benefit transfer revolution.. [United States. Department of the Treasury. Financial Management Service.;].   nities, and Energy, From Paper to Plastic: Electronic Bene fi t Transfer (EBT) Programs for Food Stamps and Other Federal Bene fi ts, nd Cong, 2nd sess., , Congress mandated that, by , all states disburse WIC benefits through an Electronic Benefits Transfer (eWIC) system. Given that eWIC reduces the time required for each transaction and and makes it more difficult to identify beneficiaries, we expect WIC redemptions to Author: Andrew S. Hanks, Carolyn Gunther, Dean Lillard, Dean Lillard, Robert L. Scharff. From paper to plastic: Understanding the impact of eWIC on WIC recipient behavior. Andrew S. Hanks, Carolyn Gunther, Dean Lillard and Robert L. Scharff. Food Policy, , vol. 83, issue C, Abstract: Evidence shows that the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is underutilized. WIC enrolls % of eligible persons and .

From paper to plastic: electronic benefits transfer as technology of neoliberalization. relationship between neoliberal government practice and co-conditioning rhetorical consequence through examination of Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT). Operating by a plastic card similar to consumer debit cards, EBT opens new possibilities of Author: Kathleen P. Hunt. Only about 60% of eligible people participate in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and evidence indicates that these recipients do not claim all of the benefits available to them. Transaction costs and negative stigma associated with participating in the program are likely to discourage eligible people from enrolling, and Author: Andrew S. Hanks, Carolyn Gunther, Dean Lillard, Dean Lillard, Robert L. Scharff. Downloadable (with restrictions)! Evidence shows that the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is underutilized. WIC enrolls % of eligible persons and participants claim a fraction of available benefits. Researchers suggest that people underutilize WIC because of the time needed to enroll in and use WIC and because Author: Andrew S. Hanks, Carolyn Gunther, Dean Lillard, Dean Lillard, Robert L. Scharff. "Electronic Benefit Transfer and the Women, Infants and Children Participation Rate: Evidence from Oklahoma EBT Transition," Annual Meeting, August , Washington, D.C. , Agricultural and Applied Economics : Andrew S. Hanks, Carolyn Gunther, Dean Lillard, Robert L. Scharff.

From paper to plastic: electronic benefits transfer as technology of neoliberalization.. Autores: Kathleen P. Hunt Localización: Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, ISSN-e , Vol. 13, Nº. 4, , págs. Idioma: inglés Resumen. This analysis refocuses attention to the relationship between neoliberal government practice and co-conditioning rhetorical Author: Kathleen P. Hunt. Recently enacted policies may reduce both time costs and potential for stigma associated with WIC. Congress mandated that, by , all states disburse WIC benefits through an Electronic Benefits Transfer (eWIC) system. The eWIC potentially reduces the time required for each transaction and makes it more difficult to identify : Andrew S. Hanks, Carolyn Gunther, Dean Lillard, Dean Lillard, Robert L. Scharff. Get this from a library! From paper to plastic: electronic benefit transfer (EBT) programs for food stamps and other federal benefits: hearing before the Subcommittee on Regulation, Business Opportunities, and Energy of the Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, Salem, OR, Ap What is Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) Claim Activity? When a client’s EBT card transaction is completed, but later the EBT Vendor, Fidelity Information Services (FIS), discovers the transaction was incomplete due to an electronic processing failure, the client’s EBT account needs to be adjusted.