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ISSUE DATE: 12/2014

After you have verified the match information (if match information was not already known), determine its effect on eligibility.

Update all STAT panels affected by the IEVS match. The IEVS match often covers several months of eligibility. You may need to update STAT panels for more than 1 month.

Ensure retrospective and prospective budget information is completed on the STAT panels as appropriate.

Apply program policy to determine the effect on eligibility. Approve new results on MAXIS as necessary.

Establish a claim, if appropriate, using the error source code corresponding to the type of IEVS match that provided the income information.

If the fraud unit was not already involved in the match resolution process, refer the case to the fraud unit, if appropriate, based on county fraud referral procedures.

Record the match resolution information on the Verification Log Update (IULA/IULB) panels. See 0010.24.15 (Recording IEVS Resolution Findings). Record additional background information in CASE/NOTE as appropriate.


There is no IEVS match for these programs. If you get an IEVS match for a federal program for a client, you must apply that information to determine eligibility and overpayments for any state-funded programs the client receives.

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