A Look Inside OCSE
The Office of Child Support Enforcement provides more services than people generally see. We launched a new column in the Child Support Report newsletter called A Look Inside OCSE. These articles highlight tasks that federal child support staff handle. The column will run for several months so check back frequently as we add new stories.
OCSE and Employer Collaboration -
A Multibillion Dollar Partnership
The child support program collected $24 billion through income withholding in 2018Find out why strong employer partnerships are key
Interstate and International Case Processing Training
The policy and training team help child support professionals navigate case processing across state and international boundariesLearn about these two training series
Access and Visitation Mandatory Grant Program
OCSE provides annual funding for states and territories to operate the mandatory Access and Visitation Grant program.Read about 2017 program results
Communicating with our
The communications team keeps our customers informed and equips our partners with tools and information to run the child support program smoothly.See the many ways they distribute information
Published: December 19, 2018A change to Form W-4 helps employers submit all federally required data at once.
Published: December 19, 2018Collaboration between federal agencies and other partners help families across multiple programs.
Published: October 31, 2018Federal staff provide training and technical assistance to child support professionals to increase safety for domestic violence survivors
Published: August 30, 2018Learn the differences between demonstration grants and waiver projects authorized in Section 1115 of the Social Security Act
Published: June 29, 2018OCSE works with a variety of federal partners to conduct fatherhood outreach at state and local levels
Published: June 29, 2018Explains how the passport denial program helps collect child support debt from parents who are significantly behind in their payments
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