DFS

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AcronymDefinition
DFSDistributed File System
DFSDassault Falcon Service (est. 1967)
DFSDaily Fantasy Sports
DFSDiscover Financial Services
DFSDeutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug (German: German Research Institute for Gliding)
DFSDynamic Frequency Selection
DFSDisease-Free Survival
DFSDeutsche Flugsicherung (German Aviation Security)
DFSDepth-First Search
DFSDepartment of Field Support (various organizations)
DFSDrafting Financial Statements (accounting)
DFSDepartment of Financial Services
DFSDefinitive Feasibility Study (mining)
DFSDeutsche Forstservice GmbH (German consulting company)
DFSDesign for Safety
DFSDepth First Search
DFSDefaults
DFSDeterministic Finite State (computation theory)
DFSDivision of Fire Safety
DFSDeclared False Start (swimming)
DFSDivision of Family Services (various locations)
DFSDocumentum Foundation Services
DFSDesign for Supply (manufacturing)
DFSDollars for Scholars
DFSDuty Free Shoppers (multi-national duty free retailer)
DFSDirección Federal de Seguridad (Spanish: Federal Security Directorate; Mexico)
DFSDepartment of Forensic Science
DFSDebian From Scratch
DFSDenver Film Society (Denver, Colorado)
DFSData Flow Structure
DFSDeutsch-Französisches Sekretariat (German: German-French Secretariat)
DFSDiscount Furniture Store
DFSDetailed Functional Specification (avionics)
DFSDiscoteca Flaming Star (band)
DFSDesired Future State
DFSDuct-Free System (various companies)
DFSDetailed Feasibility Study
DFSDesign for Serviceability
DFSDragon Fire Shield (video gaming)
DFSDocument Fulfillment System
DFSDistributed Fair Scheduling
DFSDefeaters (gaming clan)
DFSDynamic File System
DFSDupont Flooring Systems (independent flooring contractors owner/franchisees)
DFSDell Financial Services LP
DFSDynamic Flight Simulator (Sweden)
DFSDistributed Fast Switching
DFSDefence Fire Service
DFSDirect Full Service (trademark of Future Homes and Real Estate Limited)
DFSData Federation Service (computer project)
DFSDark Fiber Service
DFSDivision of Field Science
DFSDeserves Further Study
DFSDisaster Food Stamp (various locations)
DFSDirect Fleet Support
DFSDebenhams Furniture Store
DFSDivision Forces Spéciales (French: Special Forces Division; various organizations)
DFSDemand Forecasting System
DFSDelta Flight School (Chennai, India)
DFSDatapuri Financial System (software)
DFSDeveloping Facilitation Skills (Cornell University; New York)
DFSDeparture From Specification
DFSDragon Fake Step (Tekken game maneuver)
DFSDomain File System
DFSDark Force Soldiers (gaming clan)
DFSDry Fuel Storage
DFSDesignated Fingerprinting Services
DFSDefense Financial Auditing Service
DFSDesign for Simplicity
DFSDeltamax Freight System
DFSDisk Full Syndrome
DFSData Fusion Server
DFSDouble-Folded Stub (filter)
DFSDigital Facsimile System
DFSDisciplined Frequency Standard (Sprint)
DFSDefective From Stock
DFSDemodulation and Frame Synchronizer
DFSDigital Field Services
DFSDiscriminate Function System (IRS)
DFSDirection Finding Subsystem
DFSDemonstration Flight Satellite
DFSDesign Feature for Safety
DFSDiplomacy's Final Stand (Starcraft gamming clan)
DFSDevelopmental Flight Satellite
DFSDigital Firewall Service (DEC)
DFSDyed Fuel System
DFSDiagonal First Schedule
DFSDeclaration of Foreign Shipper (affidavit)
DFSDivision Fire Support
DFSDoD FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation) Supplement (US DoD)
DFSDecayed and Filled Surface (dentistry)
DFSDiesel Filter System
DFSDefense Function Specialist (Professional Housing Management Association certification)
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6, more than 600,000 households received about $208 million in Disaster Food Stamp Program benefits following Hurricanes Gustav and Ike in early September.
The commission didn't have its first rollout of disaster food stamp benefits until weeks after Harvey made landfall - and areas that suffered some of the most extensive damage were not included.
Most people were eligible for the disaster food stamp program for the benefit month of September due to their unpaid time off work.
During the last four years, the Louisiana Department of Social Services has administered two of the largest disaster food stamp programs in the nation's history.
As the division director for economic assistance, she not only had direct responsibility of mass care sheltering and feeding of evacuees, she also had direct oversight of the soon-to-be largest undertaking ever in Mississippi, providing emergency food stamp benefits to current recipients and a federal disaster food stamp program that would expand to operations in 23 counties.
The 2006 The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) Advocate's Guide to the Disaster Food Stamp Program highlights how advocates, public agencies and social service providers can assist with disaster relief and connect needy families to food stamp and child nutrition program benefits.
The ACCESS motto is "supported by technology; powered by partnerships." DCF economic service staff designed and implemented this new system during the last two years while delivering the disaster food stamp program to more than 3 million households in response to eight hurricanes.
Workshop topics include "Taking and Renewing Applications without a Face-to-Face Interview," "Focus on Payment Accuracy," "Disaster Food Stamp Program--Expect the Unexpected," "Nutrition Education," "Web-based Trends in FS Participation," "Participation Grant Winners," "FNS Hunger Champion Recognition" and "Food Stamp Modernization."
Another of the department's primary responsibilities in after-disaster responses is to implement the Disaster Food Stamp Program.
In addition to evacuation and sheltering issues, DSS implemented its Disaster Food Stamp Benefit program, responded to reports of missing children and facilitated reunification.
Hundreds of thousands of people were eligible for the state's disaster food stamp program, and Louisiana needed help.
Of those, four DCF staff members provided on-site help to Mississippi to assess the mass care (shelter, food, water, ice, human comfort needs) situation, and to coordinate the setup and manage a disaster food stamp program.
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