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Dec/Jan 2006Vol. 6, No. 10New Children's Bureau Website Launched

The new Children's Bureau website now gives users better access to information on promoting the safety, permanency, and well-being of children. The new website contains all of the information found on the former website and more. Users are now able to search the entire site by topic. They can locate Children's Bureau-sponsored conferences and find details about the Children's Bureau's various Divisions. Other enhancements include:

  • New sections, such as Training and Technical Assistance, Frequently Requested Information, Statistics and Research, and Federal and State Reporting Systems
  • Information Memoranda and Program Instructions that can be sorted by topic or year (in the Laws and Policies section)
  • Full text of all 52 Statewide Assessments, Child and Family Services Reviews, Key Findings From the Child and Family Services Reviews, and Program Improvement Plans that can be searched and downloaded (in the Child Welfare Monitoring section)
  • Links to specific research funded by the Children's Bureau

The new website is available at