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FPLS Minor Release 07-01


Published: May 24, 2007



ATTACHMENT: FPLS Minor Release 07-01

DATE: May 24, 2007


RE: FPLS Minor Release 07-01

Dear Colleague:

The Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) is preparing to implement the Federal Parent Locator Services (FPLS) Release 07-01. This release includes enhancements to the Child Support Enforcement Network (CSENet), the Federal Case Registry (FCR), the Federal Offset System and the Query Interstate Cases for Kids (QUICK) System. These enhancements are in keeping with ongoing efforts to promote automated use of FPLS data, streamline locate response data, and improve data quality. Similar to previous releases, the Release 07-01 changes are deemed minor because implementation can be delayed until State planning and resources can accommodate the changes. With the exception of the FCR, we will implement FPLS Release 07-01 on June 1, 2007. The FCR enhancements are scheduled for July 13, 2007. Enclosed is a summary of Release 07-01 enhancements.

For a copy of the Release Manifest for Release 07-01 or for the detailed specifications regarding these modifications, refer to the OCSE website

States may contact the State Technical Support (TS) Liaisons regarding Release 07-01 enhancements or to discuss programming enhancements that would enable States to effectively process the data and maximize data usage. For a listing of your FCR representatives, go to: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/resource/ocse-fpls-techni....  For questions regarding the CSENet or QUICK enhancements, please contact your CSENet Technical Representative at (800) 258-2736. For questions about the Federal Offset System, contact Scott Hale at (202) 401-5745 or email scott.hale@acf.hhs.gov.


Margot Bean
Office of Child Support Enforcement


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