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State Best Practices - FPLS Data: New Hire Reporting, MSFIDM, Quarterly Wage, NDNH

DCL-00-59

Published: May 22, 2000

DCL-00-59

MAY 22, 2000

TO: ALL STATE IV-D DIRECTORS

RE: State Best Practices

Dear Colleague:

The Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) is pleased to release the third installment of "Tips, Techniques, and Technology in Using FPLS Data." The second edition was sent to States on February 25, 2000 with DCL-00-27. The guide describes the innovations and procedures that States have developed to take advantage of the new tools in child support enforcement, especially those provided by the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA). We hope that you will benefit from knowing more about what other States are doing and that time and effort can be saved by learning from other States’ experiences.

The enclosed installment includes a revised Table of Contents and articles on:

  • Arizona's Audit Process for New Hire Reporting (Revised 5/8/2000)
  • States’ Successes Using MSFIDM
  • Texas Cleans Up Its Quarterly Wage Data
  • The FV Indicator Override and Maryland as the Placing State
  • Idaho’s Automation of Responses from the FPLS
  • Texas Study on the Accuracy of NDNH Matches
  • Florida’s Automated FIDM Tracking Process

The creativity of States is demonstrated in these practices, and we trust that you will find the enclosed guide helpful in your own efforts to optimize your program. Once again, let me applaud all States for their continued creativity and hard work on behalf of our nation's children.

Sincerely,

David Gray Ross
Commissioner
Office of Child Support Enforcement

Enclosures

cc: ACF Regional Administrators
Regional Program Managers
Best Practices Contacts

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