Full RECS Agenda Now Available

Full RECS Agenda Now Available!

The RECS 2024 full agenda is now available.

RECS 2024 Virtual Offerings

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Visit the Virtual Offerings page for information on registering as a virtual attendee and accessing livestreamed and virtual-only RECS 2024 sessions.

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The 22nd Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS) will be held May 29–31, 2024, at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC.

RECS is a forum for researchers, state and local administrators, practitioners, and federal officials and policymakers to discuss cutting-edge research on programs, policies, and services that support families on the path to economic self-sufficiency and well-being. RECS 2024 will provide an opportunity to hear the latest research findings, discuss ways to incorporate findings into the design and implementation of programs, and identify future research needs. The conference is being planned as an in-person event with select sessions shared virtually.

The RECS 2024 full agenda, program book, and RECS App are now available! While online registration is now closed for in-person attendees, we will have onsite registration available. For all attendees planning to attend virtually, please visit the Virtual Offerings page for information on registering as a virtual attendee and accessing the livestreamed and virtual-only sessions.

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