A Guide to the Tribal IV-D Start-Up Application Process
- Information About:
- Tribal Child Support Agencies
- Funding, Federal Financial Participation (FFP)
- Guides/Publications/Reports, Policy, Information Memorandums (IM), Tribal Policy
ATTACHMENT: Building a Tribal IV-D Program: A Guide to the Start-Up Application Process
DATE: June 22, 2005
TO: Tribal IV-D Directors, Federally Recognized Indian Tribes, and Other Interested Individuals
SUBJECT: Building a Tribal IV-D Program: A Guide to the Start-Up Application Process
BACKGROUND: The Final Rule on Tribal Child Support Enforcement programs was published in the Federal Register (60 FR 16638) on March 30, 2004. The Rule implements section 455(f) of the Social Security Act and sets forth the requirements and related provisions for Tribal IV-D programs. The requirements are found at 45 CFR part 309.
The Guide provides useful information for Tribes and Tribal organizations that may be interested in operating a Child Support Enforcement program.
INQUIRIES: ACF Regional Administrators
David H. Siegel
Office of Child Support Enforcement
cc: State IV-D Directors