In the fall of 2014, OCSE awarded grants for Behavioral Interventions for Child Support Services and the Evaluation of Behavioral Interventions for Child Support Services. The demonstration will explore the potential relevance and application of behavioral economics principles to child support services.
OCSE also awarded a SIP funding opportunity, Tribal Child Support Innovation Grants: Building Family-Centered Services.
See our FY 2014 Grant Award Announcement for a list of awardees.
- July 29, 2015
- October 22, 2012
- May 18, 2015
- September 24, 2007
- September 30, 2010
- December 31, 2010
- August 27, 2009
- January 19, 2006
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- Published: September 1, 2015CSPED's first evaluation report is out, documenting the demonstration's planning year and first year of implementation
- Published: September 1, 2015Provides information on the National Child Support Noncustodial Parent Employment Demonstration (CSPED) program grants
- Published: July 29, 2015FY 2014 award information for 1115 and Special Improvement Project Grants
- Published: May 22, 2015Summarizes Access and Visitation program data for FY 2013, highlights services, demographics, and outcomes
- Published: May 18, 2015CSPED Fact Sheet #1 introduces the grant, which tests the efficacy of child support-led employment strategies in 8 states
- Published: October 22, 2012Award information on Special Improvement Project and 1115 Grants for FY 2012
- Published: August 27, 2009Summary of research projects on NCPs assuming financial and emotional responsibility for their children
- Published: September 24, 2007Lessons learned from 1115 and SIP grants involving collaboration between child support agencies and courts
- Published: March 20, 2014
Last Reviewed: May 6, 2015Overview of discretionary grant program opportunities
- Published: February 1, 2006Instructional Guide - Creating and Using the Logic Model for Performance Management