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Multistate Financial Institution Data Match (MSFIDM)


Published: June 1, 2000


JUNE 1, 2000


RE: Multistate Financial Institution Data Match (MSFIDM)

Dear Colleague:

Attached is the twelfth monthly edition of the list of Multistate Financial Institutions (MSFIs) that have elected, during the period of May 1, 2000 to May 31, 2000, to participate in the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) data match process.

Like the previous lists, this one is subdivided into four institutional groups: Security Companies, Credit Unions and Banks. Many MSFIs have elected to use third party transmitters and in such cases the transmitter’s name is printed in bold and all affiliated institutions are listed alphabetically below the transmitter. Each MSFI has listed the States in which they operate, with "All" indicating that the MSFI maintains accounts in all States. This information may be useful in the State’s decision to take action on the matched accounts.

Finally, the list contains the month and week the MSFI has elected to receive the first OCSE file. This election will be repeated each quarter thereafter. For instance, if a MSFI elected to receive the file the first week in July, the institution will receive the OCSE file the first week of the first month in every quarter thereafter. Given this information, States can estimate that matched data from their predominate MSFIs will be transmitted within 50 days from the date listed.

Your support and cooperation are greatly appreciated as we work together to improve the lives of our nation’s children.


David Gray Ross
Office of Child Support Enforcement

Enclosure [Not available online]

cc: State MSFIDM Liaisons
Regional Program Managers
ACF Regional Administrators

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