Many public and private partners play an important role in helping parents meet the financial and emotional needs of their children.
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Child support programs work with prosecuting attorneys, law enforcement agencies and officials of family or domestic relations courts to deliver services at the local level.
As the U.S. central authority for international child support, OCSE provides assistance to families, states, and countries seeking support when family members live in different countries.
Authorized data matching is a critical function of OCSE and vital to many federal and state agencies’ efforts to prevent erroneous payments and fraudulent access to government benefit programs.
The partnership between the child support program and the nation’s financial institutions has helped states to significantly increase collections for families.
OCSE conducts the Insurance Match program with insurance companies or their designated agents, state workers’ compensation agencies, and the U.S. Department of Labor.