National Child Support Enforcement Strategic Plan for FY 2000-2004
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- State/Local Child Support Agencies, Tribal Child Support Agencies
- Policy, Dear Colleague Letters (DCL)
- National Strategic Plan
JUL 14, 2000
TO: ALL STATE IV-D DIRECTORS
RE: The National Child Support Enforcement Strategic Plan for FY 2000-2004
Attached please find the National Child Support Enforcement Strategic Plan for FY 2000-2004. We are pleased to report that State, local, tribal, and Federal partners developed the plan over the last several months, and consensus with State partners was reached on the new plan on June 13, 2000.
As you know, the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement and its State partners originally developed a 1995-1999 strategic plan as part of a pilot project under the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA). That plan served as the foundation for the performance-based incentive and penalty systems, revised data reporting, and led the direction of the Child Support Program.
Five years have passed since that first plan was developed and the Child Support Enforcement Program has continued to grow and change. This new plan with its revised mission, vision, goals, objectives, and indicators will provide a common path for the course of the program for the next five years.
We would like to thank each State, local, tribal, and Federal person involved in the development of the plan. We continue to appreciate all that you do on behalf of America's children.
David Gray Ross
Office of Child Support Enforcement
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT STRATEGIC PLAN WITH OUTCOME MEASURES FOR FY 2000-2004 (38K M.S. Word Document)