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SLO 101: Quick Facts About State Liaison Officers
Learn about State Liaison Officers, who they are, their roles, responsibilities, and the Center for States resources available to them.
Capacity Building Center for States
This factsheet describes who State Liaison Officers (SLOs) are and how to identify them. It also highlights the roles and responsibilities of SLOs and provides information about SLO resources, such as the Center for States SLO Peer Group and Children’s Bureau website.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2022). SLO 101: Quick facts about state liaison officers. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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