During fiscal year 2018, the District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) plans to take a new approach to managing the half of the District foster care caseload that is privatized. CFSA will consolidate its foster case management contracts for Maryland placements from the current seven, to just one. Under that new contract, CFSA will also eliminate designations of “traditional” or “therapeutic” foster care. CFSA will continue to directly manage the half of its foster care caseload of children placed in District-based homes, and will take over management of the small number of District-based homes that . . .