Tribal Systems

Tribal child support programs that want to operate an automated data processing system to maintain secure, confidential records and automate case processing activities have several options available:

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  1. Use office automation
  2. Implement an Intergovernmental Agreement to access a state or another tribe’s system
  3. Install the Model Tribal System
  4. Join a consortium of tribes to acquire data processing system support and services
  5. Build a data processing system with tribal funds

Tribes that choose to implement an Intergovernmental Agreement, use the Model Tribal System, or join a consortium must submit an Advance Planning Document (APD) to obtain federal funding for installation-related costs.  We offer technical assistance in preparing your APD, and templates and tools as well as advice to help you succeed in automating your program.

Most Recent & Requested Documents for Tribal Systems RSS Feed

  • Model Tribal System Documentation

    Published: July 9, 2014
    A list of documentation relating to Model Tribal System design, development, installation, operation, and training
  • April 2014 MTS Flash

    Published: April 30, 2014
    Announces new bimonthly publication schedule, highlights installation activities for two Oklahoma tribes
  • March 2014 MTS Flash

    Published: March 31, 2014
    This edition updates the Implementation At-a-Glance chart and describes Paternity Documentation, a key function in the MTS
  • February 2014 MTS Flash

    Published: February 28, 2014
    This issue features disbursing payments from the MTS and includes a table showing MTS implementations nationwide
  • January 2014 MTS Flash

    Published: January 24, 2014
    This issue features a preview of the new year, the recent Action Transmittal, and the use of CSENet for the MTS
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