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Compendium of Best Practices in Child Support – 2000

IM-00-07

Published: June 1, 2000

This is a historical document. Use for research and reference purposes only.

INFORMATION MEMORANDUM

IM-00-07

DATE: June 1, 2000

TO: ALL STATE AGENCIES ADMINISTERING CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PLANS APPROVED UNDER TITLE IV-D OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

SUBJECT: Compendium of State Best Practices/Good Ideas in Child Support Enforcement - 5th Edition

BACKGROUND: Here is the 5th installment in the OCSE series "Compendium of State Best Practices/Good Ideas in Child Support Enforcement - 2000."

This series is a primary federal source for learning about successful state and local agency child support program and organizational practices. Contact people for each practice are included in the write-ups should you want in-depth information. More ideas are being written up and will be provided to you on a regular basis.

We are always searching for successful practices to add to the series. Please consider nominating state and local agency practices you showcase in your self-assessment reports, newsletters and at conferences. All programmatic, organizational and training areas are welcome for consideration. OCSE staff can prepare the write-ups for your approval.

ATTACHMENT: State Best Practices/Good Ideas in Child Support Enforcement - 5th Edition - 2000

INQUIRIES: OCSE, Division of State and Local Assistance, Technical Assistance Branch (202) 401-9329 or Regional Offices

David Gray Ross
Commissioner
Office of Child Support Enforcement

State Best Practices/Good Ideas in Child Support Enforcement - 5th Edition-2000 (274K M.S. Word Document)

This is a historical document. Use for research and reference purposes only.
Last Reviewed: October 22, 2015

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