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CDD-801B, Monthly Sample Report


The CDD-801B is a monthly collection limited to approximately 250 families randomly sampled from CDD-801A statewide submittals for the given month. In this data collection, agencies provide a more thorough description of each family that has been selected in the sample. This Web page contains information specific to the CDD-801B report. Data Reporting—Frequently Asked Questions contains additional information about data reporting in general, including technical information.

Which families are included in the CDD-801B report?

The CDD-801B report will collect information only about families and children whose services were funded through federal funds or state match (state funds used to match federal funds as a requirement for receiving those funds).  

Agency executive directors and program directors are notified by letter if one or more families they previously reported in the CDD-801A report have been selected in the CDD-801B sample. The letter indicates the sampled month, the number of families sampled, and the date the information is due. Since the sample is relatively small, most agencies will not be required to complete a CDD-801B report every month.

What is the deadline for submitting the CDD-801B?

The due date will be listed on your notification letter. You will be given 14 days from the date on the notification letter to complete the reports on your families. On the 15th day, a 2-week notice will be sent to the agencies that have not completed the required information warning of apportionment withholding if the required information is not reported by the final due date.

How do I submit the required report?

Agencies selected to provide CDD-801B data will report online using the Child Development Management Information System (CDMIS) to fulfill this reporting requirement. Step-by-Step Instructions have been developed for completing the CDD-801B report.

Do I have to choose the CDD-801B families to report?

No. The families have been chosen by a random selection process. Please review your notification letter for the number of families selected for the report month. Once logged on to the CDMIS, you will find the selected families on the Family Summary Screen.

Questions:   CDMIS Staff | cdmis@cde.ca.gov | 916-445-1907
Last Reviewed: Thursday, December 29, 2016
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