Quick Guide to Working with the Military as an Employer - 2003
DATE: January 27, 2003
TO: State Agencies Administering Child Support Enforcement Plans Under Title IV-D Of The Social Security Act and Other Interested Individuals
SUBJECT: A Quick Guide To Working With The Military As An Employer
BACKGROUND: OCSE and the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) and Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) have collaborated on producing A Quick Guide to Working with the Military as an Employer as part of our ongoing efforts to improve the exchange of information between DoD and state and local Child Support Enforcement agencies. This publication is one chapter in OCSE’s Working with Federal Agencies as Employers, which is currently being updated.
ISSUES: A Quick Guide to Working with the Military as an Employer covers several child support issues including:
- Locate services and employment verification,
- Income-withholding orders,
- Medical support orders, and
WEB SITE: A Quick Guide to Working with the Military as an Employer, a resource aid for child support caseworkers, is available on the OCSE website.
INQUIRIES: For any questions or concerns regarding how to use DoD data, please contact your State Technical Support Liaison.
For questions or changes to the Quick Guide to the Military, email the Employer Service Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sherri Z. Heller, Ed.D.
Office of Child Support Enforcement