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HHS Computer Matching Agreements (CMAs)

HHS conducts computer matching programs with other federal agencies and with state agencies.  A complete list of matching programs currently in effect is provided below, with links to the matching agreement and public notice describing each program. For more information about computer matching, see OMB Circular A-108 (Dec. 2016)HHS Data Integrity Board (DIB) Guidelines for Computer Matching Agreements (Aug. 2016), and HHS DIB annual reports.

The federal agency responsible for preparing the documents, obtaining required approvals and signatures, and publishing the matching notice is shown in bold.

Administration for Children and Families (ACF):

  • HHS 1513 Verification of Employment and Income Analysis
  • HHS 1610 Verification of Continued Eligibility for Public Assistance II (PARIS II)
    • Matching Agreement - Parties: DoD/DMDC and State Agencies (facilitated by HHS/ACF; the HHS DIB may review but need not approve this matching program)
  • HHS 1612 Information Comparisons and Disclosures to Assist in Administering the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • HHS 1704 SSI-OCSE Quarterly Match; and Online Query for SSI, Disability Insurance, and Ticket to Work
  • HHS 1705 Verification of Eligibility for Extra Help (Low Income Subsidy) Under the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Coverage Program
  • HHS 1706 Verification of Unemployment Compensation Program Eligibility
  • HHS 1707 Verification of State Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (TANF) Eligibility
  • HHS 1708 Information Comparisons and Disclosure to Assist in Administering the Public Assistance Reporting Information System Program (PARIS-VA)
    • Matching Agreement - Parties: VA and State Agencies (facilitated by HHS/ACF; the HHS DIB may review but need not approve this matching program)
  • HHS 1801 Title II-Office of Child Support Enforcement Quarterly Match

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS):

  • HHS 1402 Do Not Pay Initiative
  • HHS 1601 Disclosure of Insurance Affordability Program Information Under the Affordable Care Act
  • HHS 1602 Verification of Eligibility for Minimum Essential Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act Through a DoD Health Benefit Program
  • HHS 1603 Disclosure of Enrollment Eligibility Information for Military Health System Beneficiaries Who Are Medicare Eligible (TRICARE)
  • HHS 1605 Verification of Eligibility for Minimum Essential Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act Through a VA Health Benefit Program
  • HHS 1607 Verification of United States Citizenship and Immigration Status Data for Affordable Care Act
  • HHS 1608 Verification of Eligibility for Minimum Essential Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act Through an OPM Health Benefit Program
  • HHS 1609 Verification of Eligibility for Minimum Essential Coverage Under the  Affordable Care Act Through a Peace Corps Health Benefit Program
  • HHS 1611 Disclosure of Health Care Facilities Admission and Discharge Information
  • HHS 1613 Disclosure of Medicare Non-Utilization Information (Ages 90 and Above)
  • HHS 1803 Determining Enrollment or Eligibility for Insurance Affordability Programs Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
    • Matching Agreement - Parties: HHS/CMS and SSA
  • HHS 1808 Verification of Household Income and Family Size for Affordable Care Act Insurance Affordability Programs and Exemptions
    • Matching Agreement - Parties: HHS/CMS and Treasury/IRS
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Content last reviewed on September 5, 2018