Sovereign Tribal Nations must meet the objectives of Title IV-D of the Social Security Act and comply with federal regulations to receive funding to operate child support programs.
These policies are consistent with the government-to-government relationships with Indian Tribes and take into account the unique characteristics and circumstances of tribal communities.
- July 25, 2013
- March 30, 2004
- December 3, 2012
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- Published: October 27, 2015To remind tribes to submit the OCSE-75 Tribal Annual Data Report by December 29, 2015
- Published: October 14, 2015Provides instructions on submitting a waiver of the non-federal share of tribal child support program expenditures
- Published: December 29, 2014Announces extension of comment period on Pub. L. 113-183 Report to Congress to Feb. 27, 2015
- Published: October 23, 2014Report to Congress Tribal Outreach for solicitation of comments
- Published: April 4, 2014Announces four new programs - now 54 tribes operate comprehensive tribal child support programs
- Published: October 5, 2011Addresses questions regarding handling and enforcement of spousal support-only cases
- Published: December 3, 2012Provides information on the Cobell Trust Settlement finalized on November 24, 2012
- Published: April 11, 2008Questions and answers on pre-award costs in OMB Circular A-87, start date of start-up grants, and no-cost extensions
- Published: April 9, 2013Announces that 50 tribes now operate a comprehensive tribal child support program
- Published: March 30, 2004Final Rule on Tribal Child Support Enforcement Programs with guidance on applying for and receiving funding