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When states run dozens of programs for cash, food, child care and employment services that all have different rules from Washington but serve the same populations, it can be "inefficient" and "unnecessarily costly," she said.
Years of research have shown that the current array of programs for the needy are "too fragmented and overly complex," said Kay Brown, director of income security, workforce and education issues at Government Accountability Office (GAO).