How US states can protect coronavirus-benefits programs

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Título: How US states can protect coronavirus-benefits programs / Juan Aristi Baquero...[Et.al.]
Publicación: [London] : Mckinsey & Company, 2020Descripción física: 8 p.Serie: (Public Sector Practice)Notas: Sumario: As COVID-19 sweeps through the United States, state governments are responding by rolling out new or modified fiscal-relief programs amid substantial funding from federal aid packages. Child-nutrition programs, for instance, have transitioned operations to pickup and delivery models, and eligibility for unemployment-insurance (UI) benefits has been expanded via the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, offering relief for laid-off or furloughed workers. These programs help safeguard the standard of living for many Americans.Materia / lugar / evento: COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemias Política económica Gestión de crisis Medidas fiscales Beneficios sociales Estados Unidos Otros autores: Aristi Baquero, Juan
Christiansen, Sean
Murphy, Adrian
Schweikert, Eric
McKinsey & Company
Serie secundaria: Public Sector Practice Otras clasificaciones: 921.4