Every lead agency must have a single role in a government-sponsored or designated lead agency established or designated by the governing body responsible for the following: The management and regulation of programs and activities carried out by agencies, organizations, institutions, and private entities receiving funding under part C of the Social Security Act (SSA) for assisting low-income individuals. In addition, agencies responsible for providing funding and services may be required to develop a detailed and comprehensive program of activity to monitor the effectiveness of their funding programs, with the ultimate objective of ensuring that the grant funding provided is being effectively used by these agencies. Click here exclusiveleadsagency.com
There are many different types of lead agencies. The primary types of lead agencies include State and County Public Health departments and the United States Social Security Administration (SSSA) Office of Lead Poisoning Prevention. These agencies are tasked with ensuring that the grant funds they administer and receive do not go unused or misused.
The lead agencies also coordinate the implementation of the grant funds they receive with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and its Center for Disease Control (CDC). They also coordinate the dissemination of information about the program to affected individuals, which includes distributing the informational brochures or bulletins to the various public media sources. Once these types of lead agency to distribute the brochures to individuals and groups, the grant recipients must distribute them to others.