There may be times when the protective payee is ended, but the Temporary Assistance (TA) case is still open, and the head-of-household still has a drug test-related disqualification. When this happens, a new protective payee must be assigned. Follow procedures outlined in 0240.030.00 Appointment of a Protective Payee Required Due to Drug Testing Process and generate the Appointed Protective Payee for TA Benefits (FA-603) form to the new protective payee. Update the Representative Detail (FMJG) screen with the new protective payee. Refer to the FAMIS user guides on Adding an Authorized Representative or Protective Payee User Guide (SNAP, Child Care Subsidy and Temporary Assistance Programs), Updating an Authorized Representative or Protective Payee for SNAP, CC & TA, and Ending an Authorized Representative or Protective Payee for SNAP, CC & TA for further information on entering and ending a protective payee.