Self-Sufficiency Programs Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)

A Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) is filed with the Secretary of State when DHS proposes to adopt, amend or repeal a rule. For instructions on how to read proposed rule revisions, see below.


The following NPRM package(s) filed by the Self-Sufficiency Programs is available for review.

  • 04/15/14 NPRM PDF File (Hearing: May 23, 2014)

  • 04/15/14 NPRM SAC Changes PDF File (Hearing: May 23, 2014)

  • SSP Rule Advisory Committee:

    Next meeting June 10, 2014.


    How to read proposed rule revisions:

    Portions bolded mean new language is being added.
    Portions with strikeout means language is being deleted.

    The following may be typed near the top of the first page of a rule:

    * This is a New Rule - indicates this is all new language to be adopted.
    * This Rule Has Been Revised in its Entirety- indicates that a major portion of the rule has been altered so that showing changes is too cumbersome and difficult to read. The entire current version of the rule will be shown with strikeout followed by the entire revised rule shown in bold.
    * This Rule is Repealed - indicates the entire rule (rule number/language) is being deleted.

    If you have questions about an NPRM package, please contact the Self-Sufficiency Programs Rules Coordinator by email at or by phone at (503) 945-6067.