This information kit contains a letter announcing the publication of the report,"Recommendations for Case Management Collaboration and Coordination in Federally Funded HIV/AIDS Programs" and the report. The report describes the use of case management in different settings, examines benefits and barriers to case management collaboration and coordination, and identifies methods for strengthening linkages between HIV/AIDS case management programs. It includes examples of successful models to aid users in eliminating or reducing service gaps and duplication in the delivery of services. It also encourages greater partnership between HIV/AIDS case managers and agencies working in maternal and child, correctional, adolescent, and other health care systems. The appendices include a description of the methodology used to develop the recommendations, reference HIV/AIDS terms, a timeline for the development of case management as a practice, different types of case management approaches, identification of Federal programs that fund case management services for individuals with HIV/AIDS, and a listing of acronyms used in the document.