Definition

Definition

The field of public child welfare is able to strategize, leverage and maximize resources to meet desired outcomes. It is also fiscally responsible and able to assess and develop strategies to mitigate and manage financial risk. It has broad responsibility to provide sound stewardship of public dollars, matching resources with needs and with the expected impact of using them. It strives to break

down fiscal barriers that limit its ability to work collaboratively and creatively.






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