FY 2002 and FY 2003 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement

Publication Date: December 1, 2003

  

FOREWORD

I am pleased to offer this Annual Report to Congress on the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program. The report highlights the operation and accomplishments of the program for Fiscal Years 2002 and 2003.

The Child Support Enforcement Program has been serving children and their families since 1975. Over these years, the program has changed from one that recoups welfare costs to one which serves a mostly non-welfare clientele. Congress created the Child Support Enforcement Program out of intense concern over the costs to the Federal and state governments of supporting children when their parents did not.

Provisions in the 1996 bipartisan welfare reform legislation strengthened and improved state child support collection activities by establishing a national new hire and wage reporting system, streamlining paternity establishment, creating uniform interstate child support forms, computerizing statewide collections, and authorizing tough new penalties for nonpayment.

The Child Support Enforcement Program ensures families’ self-sufficiency by making child support a more reliable source of income that will help families become and remain financially secure. Over $20 billion in child support payments was collected and distributed in FY 2002. In FY 2003, over $21 billion was collected and distributed. This increase in collections is particularly notable since the child support caseload decreased by almost one percent over the same time. For both years, the combined state/Federal cost of collecting and distributing payments was about $5.2 billion, with the Federal government providing about $3.4 billion and the states $1.8 billion.

We look forward to our continued partnership with the states and all those who work to improve the lives of children. We believe that both parents are responsible for providing financial and emotional security and support for the children they bring into this world and will continue working toward this goal for all children.

Michael O. Leavitt

THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM


BACKGROUND

The Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) is part of the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) within the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). It sets program standards and policy, evaluates states’ performance in conducting their programs, and offers technical assistance and training to states. It also helps states develop, manage, and operate their programs effectively and according to Federal law. The Federal government provides the major share of state program operating costs and provides location and collection services, policy guidance and technical help to enforcement agencies, conducts audits and educational programs, supports research, and shares ideas for program improvement.

The mission of ACF is to promote the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities. The purpose of OCSE is to ensure that assistance in obtaining support, including financial and medical, is available to children by:

  • locating noncustodial parents;
  • establishing paternity and support obligations;
  • monitoring and enforcing obligations; and
  • collecting and distributing child support.

All states and some tribes run a child support enforcement program, usually out of the state or tribe’s human services department or department of revenue, and often with the help of prosecuting attorneys, district attorneys, other law enforcement agencies, and officials of family or domestic relations courts.

Services are available to any parent or other person with custody of a child who has a parent living outside of the home. Services are available automatically for families receiving assistance under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, the Medicaid program, and Foster Care program. Other families seeking government child support services can apply through their state/local agency or one of the tribes running the program. For these families, there is an application fee.

Current child support collected on behalf of families receiving TANF is returned to reimburse the state and Federal governments for TANF payments made to the families. Child support payments that are collected on behalf of never-TANF families are sent to the families. Child support payments over the amount needed to repay the government for public assistance payments are sent to TANF families. The program also provides services to noncustodial parents to establish paternity, locate a custodial parent and child if necessary, and/or bring the case into the child support program. States offer access and visitation services through Federal grants.

Evolution of the Program: Making Child Support a More Reliable Source of Income

Since the inception of the child support enforcement program, the mission has remained the same—locate noncustodial parents, establish paternities, and establish and enforce support obligations by obtaining support from the noncustodial parent. However, the program has evolved from its beginnings as a means to reimburse the government for welfare payments to one that provides a more reliable source of income for families. Welfare recipients now make up just 17 percent of the total child support caseload. The largest group of clients, 47 percent, is comprised of families who formerly received public assistance. The remaining 36 percent is comprised of families who never received public assistance.

More than ever, the money the program collects on behalf of children actually goes to children. In fiscal year 2002, 89 percent of child support collections was distributed to families. In FY 2003, 90 percent of the child support collections was distributed to families.


INTRODUCTION

In FY 2003, the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) received a Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART) score of 90 percent. This is the highest rating ever given by the White House Office of Management and Budget for any block grant, formula grant, or service program in the entire government. There are several factors which helped the program attain this high rating and accomplish the many successes described in this report in fiscal years 2002 and 2003.

Child support payments collected and distributed in FY 2002 totaled over $20 billion. In FY 2003, support payments collected and distributed were over $21 billion. This increase in collections is notable since the child support caseload decreased by almost one percent over the same time. The combined state/Federal cost for collecting and distributing was about $5.2 billion.


AUTOMATION

Automation is critical to the operation and success of the child support enforcement program. Without a comprehensive, reliable, flexible, and secure system, caseworkers in the states would not have the means to locate noncustodial parents who are delinquent in child support payments or to increase collections. At the Federal level, OCSE was charged with the responsibility of developing the initial Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) and expanding it to include new systems used by the states to address welfare reform requirements. Today, the expanded FPLS includes several mission-critical systems supporting OCSE business processes and one state-to-state communications network.

The FPLS supports the goals of OCSE and, ultimately, ACF by:

  • locating child support case participants and their assets, including employment;
  • facilitating income withholding and collections from employers, including both private and government agencies;
  • providing access to interstate case and processing information;
  • offsetting Federal payments, including tax refunds, to delinquent obligors; and
  • denying passport issuance to delinquent obligors.

The specific FPLS systems that support OCSE in achieving its goals are the following:

National Directory of New Hires (NDNH) contains employment and unemployment claimant information from 54 states and territories and all Federal agencies for the purpose of locating child support case participants, and identifying employment to facilitate collection of support through income withholding and medical support enforcement through enrollment in health care coverage.

Federal Case Registry (FCR) contains child support case and participant information from 54 states and territories. Matching between the NDNH and FCR provides states with interstate location capabilities, unavailable from any other source, through which parentage, financial and medical support orders can be established and enforced.

Multistate Financial Institution Data Match (MSFIDM) provides a centralized system and process through which delinquent obligors can be matched with their financial accounts in over 4,500 multistate financial institutions to locate financial assets and enable states to freeze and seize them.

Interstate Referral Guide (IRG) provides child support case processing information from each of the 54 state and territorial jurisdictions to increase the efficiency of interstate case processing.

Office of Child Support Enforcement Network (OCSENet) is a private, closed network that facilitates transfer of data over private lines; the network supports the processing of interstate case requests and the submission of electronic income withholding orders (IWOs) by states directly to the Department of Defense (DOD), the largest single employer in the U.S.

Child Support Enforcement Network (CSENet) is the system that supports the interstate transactions transmitted over OCSENet.

Federal Offset System transmits information about delinquent obligors certified by states to the Department of Treasury's Financial Management Service (FMS), which offsets tax refunds and other Federal payments by the amount of certified child support debt. The Federal Offset System also interfaces with the Department of State (DOS) to deny passport issuance to delinquent obligors.

These systems enable the child support program to operate more efficiently by providing centralized interfaces and standardized data exchange methods rather than duplicating the functions in each individual state. The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides the operating environment for Federal Case Registry, National Directory of New Hires, Federal Agency External Locate System, Federal Offset System and Multistate Financial Institution Data Match in accordance with an interagency agreement. SSA also provides a Federal-to-state and Federal-to-Federal agency communications network (SSANet).

How Automation Worked to Improve the Program

Beginning in 1981, ACF has supported the development of automated information systems for Child Support Enforcement Programs by enhanced funding at 90% federal financial participation (FFP) to encourage development of a single statewide child support system. FFP match at regular match (66%) was available for systems for county and local programs. Despite the availability of FFP, state development and implementation of compliant child support enforcement systems was initially slow. To stimulate development, Congress passed the Family Support Act of 1988 mandating the implementation of automated Child Support Enforcement systems in every state, requiring that such systems be fully operational no later than October 1, 1995; and rescinding enhanced funding for systems development and equipment cost effective September 30, 1995. Congress later extended this deadline to October 1, 1997. The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996 restored enhanced funding at 90% Federal match, with limits, retroactive to October 1, 1995 through September 30, 1997 to enable states to complete their FSA-compliant systems. PRWORA also provided FFP at an enhanced rate of 80% (with a nationwide total Federal share ceiling of $400 million), for systems development and implementation costs related to PRWORA automation requirements and established a deadline for PRWORA automation of October 1, 2000. This enhanced funding authority expired on September 30, 2001. States not compliant by the statutory deadline faced either state plan disapproval or an alternative systems penalty that increased every year they were out of compliance.

This enhanced financial support has provided states and territories with the financial resources to develop and acquire cost effective automated systems. Documentation provided by the states annual cost benefit analysis, have indicated that in the majority of states, the benefits of automation have far exceeded the initial costs of the system development. States and territories now have statewide child support systems with the functionality to both exchange interstate child support information via CSENet and to disburse funds electronically utilizing the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), which has endorsed the child support conversion for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)/Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). States have enhanced their electronic interfaces with other state, local and private entities to improve the location of individuals and their employment and assets.

Fiscal Year 2003 marked the year when the majority of states, an additional fifteen, implemented enhancements to statewide child support systems to take advantage of the provisions of PRWORA. OCSE efforts resulted in the certification of eight states in FY 2002 and seven states in FY 2003 as being compliant with PRWORA automation requirements. In FY 2003, the Alternative Systems penalties totaling $211,688,311 were imposed against four states who were not yet complaint with the automation requirements of PRWORA.

In addition to the systems enhancements mandated by PRWORA, many states and territories are increasing their level of automation and implementing system enhancements to better serve their client base. Many states are encouraging the electronic disbursement of child support payments to families, either through direct deposit or use of shared-value cards. A best practice that OCSE encouraged state child support agencies to implement in FY 2003 involved the development and implementation of interactive customer service websites for child support clients. OCSE developed a training curriculum for Customer Service Web Development in FY 2003 and trained over 83 state, local, and tribal child support staffs in four two-day training sessions. Resource materials collected from several states were disseminated to other states, including a programming code that enables individuals and small businesses to utilize a state website to authorize a debit from a bank account.

In FY 2003, OCSE continued to encourage the collection and dissemination of best practices in automation through Section 1115 and Special Improvement Project (SIP) grants. Among the automation initiatives were:

  • pilot projects with the Defense Finance Administration to facilitate electronic wage withholding;
  • working with tribal child support grantee agencies on the planning and requirements for potential tribal child support systems;
  • a feasibility study to examine data and document exchange capability between child support enforcement agencies and courts;
  • development of data elements and transaction standards for accessing child support payment data across states;
  • developing guidance on automating the closure of child support cases to ensure timely and correct notification to clients;
  • research on how to improve the data exchange between Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and child support local and state agencies; and
  • development of cost allocation for systems development materials, a user guide, and a software toolkit.

Automation Outcomes

The automation supplied by OCSE makes a substantial contribution to the child support enforcement program by providing locate and asset information to states to enforce their cases and increase collections. Unless noted otherwise, all statistics quoted below are for FY 2003:

  • A total of 6.7 million child support cases, with arrearages of $72 billion, were certified for Federal tax refund and administrative payment offset. If Federal tax refunds or administrative payments were payable on these certified cases, they were offset by the amount of child support arrearage due. In calendar year 2003, over 1.6 million of these cases had Federal tax refunds and administrative payments offset, resulting in child support collections of $1.6 billion. Of this total, approximately 49 percent was targeted for reimbursement of TANF payments; the remaining 51 percent was collected for non-public assistance child support debt.
  • In FY 2003, the Passport Denial program netted $11.3 million in child support collections, and the average number of passports denied as a result of this program continued to exceed sixty per day. Since the inception of the program in 1998, cumulative collections exceed $28.5 million. Significantly, these figures are based on voluntary reporting, so the actual figures, in all probability, are much higher. As an example of the effectiveness of this program, in FY 2003 a noncustodial parent made a lump sum payment of $186,000 in order to have his passport renewed. The entire payment went directly to the family as the case was non-TANF.
  • During FY 2003, Multistate Financial Institution Data Match (MSFIDM) has returned to the states an average of more than 1.8 million account matches each quarter. These financial accounts were associated with approximately 1.1 million delinquent obligors. The MSFIDM program netted approximately $63 million in FY 2003. Cumulative collections since the program began in 1999 now total approximately $168.4 million. Significantly, these figures are based on voluntary reporting by only some of the states that are using the program, and may include some in-state collections.
  • The National Directory of New Hires (NDNH) provided matches of noncustodial parent information with that of new hire, quarterly wage and unemployment insurance records from state workforce agencies. More than 658 million employment records were posted to the NDNH. The records were matched against noncustodial parents and putative fathers on the FCR. In total, employment data on 4.6 million individuals were sent to states. As a result of these matches, states are able to put income withholding in place in an expedited fashion and determine whether health care coverage is available for children.
  • Over 6 million transactions occurred between states through the Child Support Enforcement Network (CSENet).

In addition, the FPLS has greatly facilitated OCSE’s support of - and contributions to - the President’s Management Agenda, with a specific concentration on the Improved Financial Performance Initiative, by reducing erroneous payments and overall program costs in public assistance and benefits programs. FPLS data have been used in intragovernmental and intergovernmental data-sharing initiatives, resulting in savings totaling over $1.4 billion, as follows:

  • Social Security Administration (SSA): FPLS data is matched to verify eligibility and payment amounts under the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. The FPLS data match has resulted in annual savings of approximately $371 million in estimated recovery of overpayments and the prevention of future overpayments.
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS): FPLS data is matched to verify taxpayer claims relative to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). The FPLS data match has resulted in identification of approximately 3 million taxpayers, with roughly $9 billion in related refunds, whom are potentially filing fraudulent EITC claims. Of those identified, IRS has examined 170,000 taxpayers and has frozen over $550 million in refunds in the FY 2003 tax-filing season.
  • Department of Education (ED): FPLS data is used to locate student loan defaulters, and has resulted in over $269 million in direct ED collections, with an additional $457 million in collections from their Guaranty Agencies, for a total of over $726 million, in FY 2002.
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF): Comparisons of TANF data and data maintained in the FPLS NDNH resulted in the identification of approximately 2,758 TANF recipients in the District of Columbia who were employed but failed to report their earnings as a condition of TANF eligibility. After independent verification of NDNH data, the six-month pilot conducted with the District of Columbia’s Income Maintenance Administration and overseen by OCSE and ACF resulted in case actions generating annual savings of nearly $3 million. This amount represents approximately three percent of the District’s TANF block grant.

Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS): Changing Roles of States and Federal Agencies

Until recently, the roles of state and Federal agencies in the administration of the child support enforcement program have been relatively well-defined. OCSE used the FPLS to provide a wealth of information to the states, which then took specific, often worker-initiated action, on cases. Today, those roles are changing - OCSE is harnessing technology to provide states with automated enforcement action on entire state caseloads, thereby freeing states to focus their efforts on debt prevention, customer service, and other beneficial areas.

The FPLS eliminates traditional barriers between government agencies and promotes data sharing to improve program efficiencies and customer service. As states modernize their existing systems, one goal will be to integrate their enterprise architectures with the national FPLS system to leverage the Federal locate, data exchange, and child support collection processing. The states will continue to rely on OCSE to provide standardized and centralized communication and data exchanges with employers, multistate financial institutions, and other Federal agencies-critical suppliers to the child support enforcement process. Better integration of the state and Federal processes in performing activities related to child support will also improve the overall cost-effectiveness and efficiency of interstate and intrastate case processing.

State Chief Information Officers (CIO) recognize the value enterprise architecture provides as a means of integrating health and human services delivery processes and goals with information technology (IT) initiatives. State CIOs are also advocating the migration of legacy based systems to technologically modern platforms. In addition, the FPLS data are used for cross-Federal agency purposes to reduce erroneous payments and overall program costs. These data-sharing initiatives reduce redundant investments in Federal IT resources, and provide a single source of data for multiple purposes. This also significantly reduces the burden on private and public data providers by eliminating the cost and resources involved in the requirement for multiple submissions.

One of the strategic planning deficiencies that OCSE has identified is that the states have been unprepared for resource constraints. To assist the states in meeting the strategic plan objectives in light of state budgetary constraints, OCSE is focusing on how increasing the level of automation in the child support enforcement program can help states do more with less. Examples of OCSE's increased emphasis in this area include:

  • identification of best practices in child support automation and data usage;
  • establishment of Federal technical assistance teams to review states’ automation efforts and suggest improvements;
  • development and delivery of a technical assistance guide for states that includes specific guidance on increasing automation levels for state child support programs;
  • development and delivery of training curricula on web-based customer service sites that facilitate client access to case status and payment information;
  • inclusion of innovative automation efforts in OCSE reports; and
  • designation of “better use of automation” as a priority area for both Section 1115 and SIP grants.

Wage Attachment Since New Hire Reporting

The legal and technological tools that were created in PRWORA have contributed to the continuing increase in child support collections through FY 2002 and FY 2003. PRWORA authorized direct wage withholding, through which state child support enforcement agencies can issue Income Withholding Orders (IWOs) to employers in other states without requesting help from the other states’ child support agency.

In addition, PRWORA expanded the FPLS to include two new databases: the NDNH and the FCR. Data in the NDNH is automatically compared on a daily basis to data in the FCR to locate putative fathers and noncustodial parents involved in child support cases. Successful matches are returned to the states so they can establish paternity and child support obligations, and issue IWOs.

These tools are powerful in the collection of child support. The percentage of child support collections obtained through wage attachment was 56 percent in FYs 1996-1999. Once the NDNH was created and fully functional, the percentage of child support collections obtained through wage attachment increased to 62 percent in FY 2000, 65.0 percent in FYs 2002-2003 and 66.3 percent in FY 2003, demonstrating the efficiency and effectiveness of this application.


TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

Overview

To provide leadership on discretionary grants and special initiatives, and establish technical assistance and training strategies to address program needs, the Division of State, Tribal and Local Assistance works in partnership with: the Federal/State Training and Technical Assistance Work Groups; ACF regional offices; other OCSE components; national organizations such as the National Child Support Enforcement Association, the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association, and the Western Interstate Child Support Enforcement Council; State and Tribal Child Support Enforcement agencies; and private partners.

In fiscal years 2002 and 2003, technical assistance and training were provided in a variety of key operational areas.

Managing Arrears

Several regional offices worked comprehensively with their states to identify ways to manage and prevent build-up of arrears. Several meetings were held during which issues were described and successful practices discussed. OCSE conducted annual national training conferences, which were attended by about 450 state and local agency child support employees. In these forums, OCSE presented information on state practices that successfully dealt with issues such as arrears, undistributed collections, and access and visitation, among many other areas. For the first time, in FY 2003, OCSE introduced webcasting of several conference sessions to broaden audience participation.

Working With Judiciary and Courts

In FY 2003, OCSE sponsored a National Judicial Symposium in coordination with the National Center for State Courts, the Conference of Chief Justices, and the Conference of State Court Administrators. Approximately 300 representatives attended including State Chief Justices, court administrators, state IV-D Directors, state CSE system managers, state Medicaid or SCHIP Directors, tribal judges, and other child support staff and stakeholders. The symposium covered interstate case processing issues as well as systems and medical support enforcement. OCSE is continuing this important collaboration effort with a series of follow-up meetings on specific areas of mutual interest with the judiciary.

New Training Curricula

Other initiatives included the development of several training packages targeted to helping improve child support services. A customer service training curriculum was developed and delivered to managers and caseworkers in a number of states to improve child support staff effectiveness with their customers. A training curriculum and other materials related to military child support enforcement were developed for use by state and local child support staff to help improve their ability to collect child support from noncustodial parents in the U.S. military. In addition, a training package was developed on ways to improve coordination between TANF, child support enforcement, and workforce investment agencies in the state offices and local agencies. Improved coordination among these three agencies should help families by increasing the rates of paternity establishment, order establishment, employment, and the collection of child support.

Urban and Rural Jurisdictions

An urban project was organized by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) staff in Federal regional offices and meetings were held in FY 2002 and 2003. The focus was on exchanging information on performance - related issues and practices common to child support enforcement agencies in large jurisdictions.

In FY 2003, OCSE had two Urban Academies (in Chicago and Washington, DC) attended by 16 local jurisdictions in 16 States. The Academies brought together local managers from large urban areas to discuss issues and effective practices that will lead to increased child support collections. Topics discussed included: Review and Adjustment; Incarcerated Parents; Call Centers and Employment Programs and Employer Outreach.

The participants identified key challenges for large urban jurisdictions and developed strategies for overcoming barriers. “Reunion” calls with Academy participants and subject matter experts were held in FY 2003 on topics that the local managers identified for follow-up. More reunion calls are planned for FY 2004.

In FY 2001, Secretary Thompson announced the “HHS Initiative on Rural Communities” for enhancing human services and health care for families and individuals in rural America. In July 2003, OCSE and regional staff began to hold audio conferences with representatives from rural counties. The intent was to give agency leaders a way to share information about challenges and effective practices in rural areas.[1]

Best Practices

The 2002 Compendium of State Best Practices and Good Ideas in OCSE contains practical ideas for improving the performance of states' child support enforcement programs. Each program write up describes a statewide or local agency practice and provides information on results and funding, advice on replication, and contact information for follow-up comments and questions.

Released at the beginning of FY 2003, the compendium includes 22 practices covering a spectrum of child support issues from a fatherhood program in Georgia, to a customer service unit in South Dakota, to electronic deposit of child support payments in Virginia. The compendium also gives recommendations on web-based customer service in Texas; a voice response information system in West Virginia; collaboration with the Head Start program in Maryland; and management improvement in North Carolina, including an automated customer service center for parents to verify payments received and processed, and hearing date schedules.


PROGRAM IMPROVEMENTS

Undistributed Collections

Undistributed Collections (UDC) are child support payments collected on behalf of individual recipients that cannot be disbursed immediately due to a lack of identifying information, unknown whereabouts of the intended recipient, determination of welfare status, dispute resolution, or other reasons. As of the end of FY 2003, states report that total monies collected and not distributed were $532 million. This is a decrease of 19 percent from the FY 2002 amount. Although a lot of progress has been made in attacking this problem in the past year, reducing UDC remains a priority for OCSE and the states.

Through OCSE’s partnership with the states and the National Council of Child Support Directors (NCCSD), OCSE revised the Quarterly Report of Collections to separate the UDC reported into two categories: UDC held pending timing or legal issues [2] and UDC requiring further research before it can be distributed. Sorting UDC into these two categories will help states target which cases require additional work before they can be distributed. A supplemental schedule that provides a more detailed breakdown of UDC is planned for implementation in October 2004. This will further aid states in scheduling case work. It will also provide information about why a collection has not been distributed, and how long it has remained undistributed.

Auditors in the Government Accountability Office (GAO) concluded a review of UDC in March of 2004. In addition to surveying all states, they visited several states to see how they are managing UDC. GAO’s resulting draft report, Better Data and More Information on Undistributed Collections are Needed, offered two recommendations: 1) that OCSE periodically review the accuracy of UDC; and 2) that OCSE and the Department of Treasury make improvements that will allow collections held from tax refunds to be distributed sooner. OCSE is working with regional offices to ensure that states’ UDC data are reviewed and that balances are monitored. OCSE is also working with Department of Treasury to get additional information on the processing status of injured spouse claims in order to share it with the states so that they can immediately release these collections to families rather than hold the money for 180 days.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)/Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the primary method of sending payments electronically through the banking system. EFT is one tool that can reduce UDC. To facilitate income withholding and collections from private and Federal government agency employers, OCSE began an initiative at the end of FY 2000 to help the states increase the number of employers sending child support payments electronically to the state disbursement units (SDUs). The EFT portion of the transmission contains the payment information. The EDI portion of the transmission includes identifying information so that the payment can be properly credited to the payor's case. EFT/EDI is the appropriate payment method for larger employers, including the Federal government. At the end of FY 2000, electronic payments (e-payments) to SDUs accounted for about 5 percent of total payments. As a result of an outreach initiative by OCSE, and in partnership with national employer organizations and state child support enforcement agencies, e-payments for child support have increased to about 23 percent of total payments. Almost all states now accept child support payments electronically.

OCSE’s outreach included presentations, information dissemination, training, and technical assistance to large employers, major payroll service providers, payroll systems software developers, and Federal agencies. Some additional results of these promotional activities include:

  • All major payroll service providers are sending child support payments electronically and the four major Federal payroll processors are remitting child support payments electronically.
  • OCSE’s partnership with the National Automated Clearinghouse Association (NACHA), the non-profit trade group that promotes electronic payments, as well as their automated clearinghouse (ACH), led to the establishment of a Task Force for Child Support Electronic Payments. With OCSE’s assistance, the task force produced a User Guide to Electronic Child Support Payments, which is now the standard e-payments guide for all SDUs.
  • Eleven states/counties have implemented web-based payment services for employers and/or non-custodial parents as an alternate payment option to EFT/EDI.
  • More states are moving toward electronic disbursement of child support to custodial parents (CPs) through the use of direct deposit, debit cards, or smart cards for those parents without bank accounts.

Arrears Management

One of the top priorities for the child support program has been to gain a greater understanding of the increasing national child support debt. As of the end of FY 2003, states reported that the total cumulative unpaid child support since the inception of the child support enforcement program in 1975 is $96 billion. Almost $6.5 billion of support was distributed as arrears in FY 2003. With more knowledge about the composition of unpaid child support debt, OCSE should be able to design and implement more effective strategies to collect arrears from those who have the ability to pay and develop more appropriate policies for low-income parents who are unable to pay.

In an effort to increase the understanding of this problem, OCSE and the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) have contracted with the Urban Institute to conduct a “Child Support Debt Analysis Study” for nine states with the largest caseloads. The purpose of this study is to identify the composition of child support debt, the causes for dramatic growth, and what steps may be taken to curb future arrears growth.

OCSE is already learning a number of interesting things about child support debt. Our national data indicate, for example, that:

  • Approximately one-half of the debt is owed to the government.
  • Most debtors owe small amounts, but most of the debt is held by persons who owe large amounts. Only 20 percent of debtors owe more than $20,000, but they hold 65 percent of the national child support debt.
  • According to state workforce agencies’ quarterly wage data, it appears that most debtors have little or no income. However, many of these people have other sources of income such as government benefits and bank accounts.

Some individual states have begun studying child support debt in order to better manage arrears and have initiated efforts such as adopting new procedures, setting more appropriate orders for low-income parents, and/or expanding resources to enhance collection capabilities.

States are approaching arrears management from a variety of perspectives. There are a number of studies going on that will help further define the arrears and the customers who owe back child support. Knowing the demographics will help focus limited resources in the right areas. Best practices are being developed and being shared across the states to leverage the good ideas.

In April and November of 2001, some regional offices held meetings with Federal and state partners to develop strategies and explore what states could do to avoid the build-up of arrears and to manage existing arrears. A follow-up meeting was held in September 2002 to discuss good ideas and best practices to avoid the build-up of arrears and reduce existing arrears by taking action related to enhancing prevention, order establishment, early intervention, and accrued arrears management. Minutes of these meetings, and a report that followed, "Managing Child Support Arrears, A Discussion Framework", have been the bases for conference presentations, workshops and new practices. 

Through discretionary grant authority, OCSE is assisting states in their efforts to develop successful strategies to address buildup of arrearages. Minnesota and Virginia have projects that offer low-income or high risk NCPs an opportunity to eliminate arrears owed to the state in return for ongoing payments. Maryland has a project analyzing arrears to develop strategies designed to target NCPs with varying degrees of ability to pay. Colorado and Texas have projects designed to work with low-income noncustodial parents. Colorado is using automation to minimize use of default orders through access to automated databases to obtain information to establish and modify orders. The Texas project will improve the child support review process by focusing on the entry of new order information and the initiation of income withholding.

Medical Support

The Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998 (CSPIA) mandated the establishment of a Medical Child Support Working Group (MCSWG) to identify impediments to the effective enforcement of medical support. The MCSWG report (June, 2000) contained recommendations for improving medical support enforcement and access to health care coverage for children receiving IV-D services.

CSPIA also mandated establishment of the Medical Support Incentive Workgroup (MSIW) to develop a performance measure of the effectiveness of states in establishing and enforcing medical support obligations. In response to the recommendations of the MCSWG and the MSIW, OCSE has continued to work with state partners and stakeholders in the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Labor in developing legislative proposals. OCSE has also continued its consultation with state partners in developing regulatory revisions to improve the establishment and enforcement of medical support, including the issues of availability and affordability of employer-sponsored coverage.

Additionally, CSPIA mandated the development of the National Medical Support Notice (NMSN) to improve the administration of medical support obligations. The NMSN regulation was promulgated December 27, 2000. As of October 1, 2003, almost all states had enacted laws to have in effect the provisions required for use of the NMSN in cases where the obligated parent has medical support provisions in the child support order and may be able to provide health care coverage through employer-provided insurance. The remaining states are seeking legislation to automate, or are in the process of automating, the NMSN.

The Employer Outreach team continues to provide extensive technical assistance to employers on the NMSN through articles in publications, presentations at conferences and teleconferences, and explanatory material on its website. For example, the NMSN matrix informs employers of each state’s implementation date for the NMSN, the state’s priority between child support and medical support, and the state’s contact person for additional information. In addition, the OCSE website has a downloadable version of the NMSN for use by state workers. The Employer Outreach team continues to assist states with individual requests.

In response to MCSWG recommendations, OCSE and other Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) components are sponsoring research projects to improve establishment and enforcement of appropriate medical support obligations: the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), in consultation with OCSE, has sponsored research addressing health care coverage among child support-eligible children; ASPE also has sponsored research addressing state practices in medical child support cross-program coordination; OCSE has sponsored special improvement grants to assist a state in the initiation of enforcement of the custodial parent’s health insurance coverage in order to decrease public funds spent on children’s medical coverage and increase the number of cases where premium costs are shared in a balanced manner between parents; and OCSE has also included medical support as one of the five priority areas for research demonstration activities to add to the knowledge and to promote the objectives of the child support enforcement program.

Grants to States and Other Organizations

SECTION 1115 DEMONSTRATION GRANTS

Section 1115(a) of the Social Security Act provides OCSE with authority to fund demonstration grants. Only state title IV-D agencies or the state umbrella agencies of which they are a part can receive the grants. The agencies can contract with other agencies, universities, or private consultants to join in these efforts. States must apply for these funds in response to a grant announcement of the availability of funds. Congress appropriated $1.8 million annually for demonstrations, experiments or pilot projects to assist in promoting the objectives of title IV-D.

In FY 2002, OCSE awarded the following 12 new Section 1115 grants:

Massachusetts was awarded $100,000 to analyze arrears and reduce them through new arrears management programs targeted to NCPs with varying abilities to pay. Identification of low-income NCPs will enable the state to target classes of cases for different collection methods and identify cases where collection is likely and those appropriate for settlement. This should increase the capacity of low-income NCPs to make current payments and better manage their arrears.

Minnesota was awarded $43,500 to offer low-income NCPs an opportunity to eliminate arrears owed to the state in return for the payment of ongoing child support in all of their child support cases, per a signed agreement. This project allows for the continuation of recruitment and broadens the participation to voluntary cases. The grant provides longitudinal data on the above demonstrations. It also seeks to increase the amount of child support collected on behalf of children.

Arizona, with a grant of $99,596, seeks to increase the rate of cases with collections from low-income noncustodial parents by expanding the IV-D agency’s collaboration with fatherhood programs, other workforce training programs and the TANF agency. Among its key activities are an enhanced fatherhood curriculum that includes relationship building and the benefits of marriage (developed and delivered by the First Institutional Baptist Church of Phoenix), life skills development, workforce development, money management, and career development.

Kansas, with a grant of $59,558, is partnering with Legal Services, the court, and the Shawnee County (Topeka) noncustodial parent project to build on the current program by coordinating selected legal and mediation services to the NCPs. Where appropriate, the attorneys seek modification of orders to increase NCP satisfaction through revised visitation, custody or support orders, or a more accurate reflection of the NCP’s ability to pay.

Texas proposes to provide a variety of training to paroled and released NCPs through state and local-level demonstration efforts with its $100,000 award. These local-level efforts will include parenting assistance and reunification services, employment services, order reviews and possible suspension of enforcement activity, and placement of state arrears in abeyance. State-level efforts include collaborations with criminal justice, IV-D court masters and workforce development boards. A child support video and a parents’ guidebook will be developed. Family services will be provided by Family Services of Greater Houston and the Child Crisis Center (El Paso). When appropriate, Community-Based Organizations will assist paroled and released offenders with family reunification and reintegration.

In a two-year grant of $150,000 per year, Virginia seeks to improve the state’s ability to locate and serve NCPs. It focuses on implementing and staffing a Child Support Unit in the Chesapeake County Sheriff’s Office to work the law-enforcement side of instate and interstate child support cases in collaboration with the juvenile courts and the local and state child support offices.

Indiana will use a $100,000 grant to investigate the use of debit cards to reduce UDC. This will be the first rigorous evaluation of state-issued child support debit cards that moves from a distribution function comprised largely of check writing services to an electronic system. The proposal is to eliminate the handling and mailing of money orders by the NCP and by county clerks using paper transactions. The information will be transmitted electronically by the seller to the state IV-D agency at the close of every business day. The project will decrease UDC, reduce returned warrants from invalid addresses, lower administrative costs, and move the state to a geographically centralized disbursement unit.

With another grant for $100,000, Indiana proposes to make all old and current distribution information available to government staff throughout the state on a secure Internet basis. Currently, requests for research of pre-1997 information is processed through a paper system and is conducted by staff at only the state capital location. This creates delays (the average is 39 days) and a backlog. If successful, the project would reduce UDC, reduce the time for families to receive their child support, decrease error rate in disbursements, lower administrative costs, and increase collections.

Texas proposes to make support easier for noncustodial parents to pay by contracting with a grocery chain to accept payment. Funds will be transferred electronically. If successful, this project would reduce UDC, increase the amount of child support paid, and expedite the processing of payments. Initially, payments would be accepted only in cash. The grant is for $71,630.

The District of Columbia seeks to use its grant of $52,525 to analyze the composition of the UDC balance and to identify, implement, and evaluate potential strategies to reduce that balance. The primary objective of the project is to reduce the accumulated UDC by 50 percent.

Colorado proposes to use its grant of $100,000 to develop an innovative coordinated approach in order to increase the number of children in IV-D cases with health care coverage. The project will use a medical support facilitator and new automated processes.

In FY 2003, OCSE awarded the following 12 new Section 1115 grants:

Virginia was awarded $81,000 to improve the court process. The project’s goals are: 1) to improve materials and support for self-represented litigants in child support and other cases, 2) to improve case management procedures in Juvenile & Domestic Relations courts for child support and other cases, and 3) to improve the accuracy of judicial paternity orders and other decisions related to child support orders.

California, Tennessee, and Texas were awarded $60,000 each and Iowa was awarded $58,000 to demonstrate improved partnerships between child support enforcement and work programs.

Oklahoma and Washington were awarded $79,750 and $80,000, respectively, to demonstrate innovative methods of providing health coverage to children for whom child support was ordered.

Texas was awarded $80,040 to develop a program using teenage parents to speak to and educate other teen parents and teen non-parents about paternity establishment, child support, and related parenting issues.

Four states - Colorado, Michigan, Texas, and Virginia - were awarded three year grants to reduce arrearages of low-income noncustodial parents. The awards were for $55,023, $145,000, $196,555, and $200,000, respectively.

In addition, four states - Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming - were granted continuations of their data warehousing and data mining projects, for $199,941, $200,000, $172,724, and $71,967, respectively.

SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT GRANTS

The purpose of the Special Improvement Project (SIP) grant program is to provide funding for projects which further the national child support mission and goals and to help improve program performance. SIP’s legislative authority is Section 452(j) of the Social Security Act, and provides Federal funds for research and demonstration programs and special projects of regional or national significance relating to the operation of state child support enforcement programs. No applicant match is required. Program announcements are published at least annually in the Federal Register. Eligible applicants include state and local public agencies, non-profit agencies (including faith-based organizations), and tribal organizations.

Over the past five years, OCSE has awarded an average of 9 grants per year, totaling approximately $1.3 million per year. OCSE did not award funds in FY 2002 but provided $2.2 million in funding for FY 2003 to eleven states, non-profit and tribal organizations, as described below:

  • In Muskegon, Michigan, Family Court Services of the 14th Judicial Circuit received $199,772 - in collaboration with the County Departments of Employment and Training, Corrections, and Child Support, as well as various faith-based and community organizations - to help unemployed fathers by combining employment programs with family counseling and management of their child support debt.
  • The Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program’s Project Dads, in El Centro, California, received $141,858 in collaboration with other agencies, to help fathers obtain employment, assist them with child support order modifications, and help them access parental skills training.

Three grants were awarded to non-profit organizations and a state agency to emphasize the importance of a healthy marriage to a child’s well being.

  • The Marriage Coalition, a non-profit organization in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, received $199,994 to test a curriculum to provide poor, unmarried parents with knowledge on the importance of establishing paternity and paying child support or the advantages of a healthy marriage.
  • In Allentown, Pennsylvania, Community Services for Children, Inc. received $177,374 to provide - in collaboration with local faith-based organizations - marriage education, employment, and other services to unwed couples involved with Early Head Start or Head Start.
  • The Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board received $200,000 to provide services to help low-income, ethnically diverse, unmarried parents learn practical skills to promote healthy marriage, improve employment, and increase paternity establishment rates and child support payments.

Four grant awards focused on expanding use of automation and state best practices to enhance enforcement tools, improve customer service, and increase child support collections.

  • South Carolina received $414,574, on behalf of the Electronic Parent Locator Network/Financial Institution Data Match Consortium of 14 states, to develop an on-line program to initiate and respond to state requests for automated enforcement of interstate cases. This project aims to expedite and successfully collect past-due child support through seizure, as necessary, of funds in non custodial parents’ accounts in financial institutions located in states other than those where the child support is owed.
  • Colorado was awarded $100,000 to utilize web site technology to increase customer services by providing parents, employers and caseworkers the ability to access case data and input data on-line.
  • Iowa received $99,090 to enhance its current web site to provide self-access services for its customers to improve the process of qualifying and applying for child support order modifications.
  • North Carolina received $200,000 to develop an automatic “call-back” telephone system to remind customers of scheduled appointments and hearings and also to remind those who have missed payments that they are delinquent - a proven technique used by private debt collectors.

Two grant awards were made focusing on assistance to tribal child support enforcement programs and enforcement of medical support orders. They are:

  • The National American Indian Court Judges Association, Inc. received $199,887 to conduct a needs assessment and provide technical assistance and models of child support services to help tribal courts and agencies implement successful and effective child support programs.
  • Montana was awarded $149,464 to initiate enforcement of the custodial parent’s health insurance coverage, as appropriate; to decrease public funds spent on children’s medical coverage; and to increase the number of cases where premium costs are shared in a balanced manner between parents.

ACCESS AND VISITATION GRANTS

The “Grants to States for Access and Visitation” Program was authorized by Congress through passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA).[3] The overall goals of the program are to:

  • enable states to establish and administer programs; and
  • support and facilitate non custodial parents’ access to and visitation of their children.

States are directed to accomplish these goals through the provision of services including, but not limited to:

  • mediation (mandatory and voluntary);
  • counseling;
  • education (e.g., parent education);
  • development of parenting plans;
  • visitation enforcement (monitored or supervised visitation);
  • neutral drop-off/pick-up; and
  • development of guidelines for visitation and alternative custody arrangements.
Federal Funds

Since FY 1996, $10 million has been appropriated each year for OCSE’s “Grants to States for Access and Visitation” Program. The funding formula, as stipulated via congressional statute, determined that “…the allotment of a state for a fiscal year is the amount that bears the same ratio to $10,000,000 for grants under this section for the fiscal year as the number of children in the state living with only one biological parent bears to the total number of such children in all states.” The minimum annual grant award for a state is $100,000. This is to ensure that states with small populations (i.e., fewer single parent households) are guaranteed a base grant amount; those states with larger populations will be awarded an increased grant amount according to the prescribed funding formula.

Required State Match

States are required, by law, to provide a minimum of 10 percent match vis-à-vis the Federal grant amount. This match requirement can be met via cash and in-kind by the state and/or local grantees.

State Program Reporting Requirements

As a condition of receiving a grant, the Federal law (42 U.S.C. 6696) requires states to monitor, evaluate, and report on services funded through this program. This statutory requirement is satisfied through the annual submission - by states to OCSE—of the “State Child Access Program Survey” which includes:

  • state agency contact information;
  • services funded;
  • provider agency contact information;
  • number of parents served;
  • socio-economic and demographic information on families served; and
  • outcome data (i.e., actual increase in NCP parenting time with children).
FY 2003 Program Achievements

As delineated in Chart A, states provided access and visitation services to a record number of parents (70,000) as compared to previous years. This is particularly noteworthy since nearly half of the states received the minimum annual grant award of $100,000.

State trends appear to remain constant over the years in terms of slightly higher numbers of never-married parents (22,744) participating in access and visitation services as compared to divorced (18,188) or separated (8,644) parents. Nearly 2,000 grandparents and legal guardians - who had primary custodial responsibility of children - were beneficiaries of these services as well.

A nearly equal number of mothers (34,629) and fathers (32,936) were served, resulting in an estimated 50,415 children being positively affected through their parents’ participation in services provided by state-administered access and visitation programs.

The number of NCPs whose parenting time with their children increased as a result of participating in access and visitation programs. As indicated on the previous page, states are now required to report the actual increase in NCP parenting time with children. Despite the fact that this data element was introduced half-way through the service period, 40 states which collected this information reported that nearly 26,000 NCPs increased their parenting time with their children.

Overall, the majority of parents served through this program have annual incomes less than $20,000. On average, states continue to fund a range of access and visitation services although parent education, mediation, and supervised visitation ranked among the most popular programs.

For additional information on this grant program, OCSE has prepared a report entitled Preliminary Data: Child Access and Visitation Grants - State Profiles (FY 2003). 

Chart A*: More parents served each year
More Parents Served each Year

Figure A Data: More parents served each year
  FY 1999 FY 2000 FY 2001 FY 2002** FY 2003**
Moms 20.5 23.5 28 30 35.5
Dads 19.5 24.5 28 32 33.5
Total 40 48 56 62 70

*This chart is based on data reported by 53 states and territories for FY 2003 and does not reflect numbers reported for “grandparents/legal guardians.” FY 2002 data are based on reports received from 48 states.

** Fiscal Years 2002 and 2003 data are preliminary.

HEALTHY MARRIAGE INITIATIVE WAIVERS

A major initiative of OCSE has been to fund and monitor Section 1115 waiver projects for states which integrate marriage education and child support objectives. These waivers are designed to:

  • promote the objectives of title IV-D of the Social Security Act;
  • enforce support obligations owed by noncustodial parents to their children by locating the noncustodial parents;
  • establish paternity and obtain child support;
  • assure that support will be available for all children for whom assistance is requested;
  • improve the financial well-being of children; and
  • improve the operation of the child support enforcement program.

Project applications were received from Michigan, Idaho, Virginia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts and Minnesota. These applications were approved in FY 2003. Applications from other states (Kentucky, Washington , Florida, Georgia, Wisconsin, Ohio, Colorado and Texas) were under review at the end of FY 2003.

In general, the projects: provide healthy marriage education, integrate child support information and motivation into this healthy marriage education, use in-hospital maternity wards as recruitment places, provide community-wide media campaigns which present the advantages of marriage, and promote responsible fatherhood and other social support.

Waivers allow the state to: operate the project on less than a statewide basis, use Federal Financial Participation (FFP) for related activities not normally funded under Title IV-D (e.g., marriage education, coalition building, media campaigns, responsible fatherhood and other social support), and match Federal funds with private funds. Federal funds are limited to $1 million and project periods are from two to five years.

Extensive technical assistance is being provided to projects under the direction of the Lewin Group of Falls Church, Virginia. This effort is monitored by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) and funded by OPRE and OCSE. An evaluation of the waiver is underway.

In addition, as described above under “Grants to States and Other Organizations,” in FY 2003, OCSE awarded three SIP grants to emphasize the importance of healthy marriage to a child’s well being.


FOCUSING ON RESULTS

The Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) program is results-oriented. The program’s effectiveness is measured through the use of specific performance indicators. Performance indicators were selected that further the goals of the child support program to see that:

  • all children have parentage established,
  • all children in IV-D cases have financial and medical orders,
  • all children in IV-D cases received financial and medical support from parents, as ordered, and
  • the IV-D program will be efficient and responsive in its operations.

Performance-Based Incentives and Penalties

Since 1975, the Federal government has paid incentives to state child support enforcement programs to encourage improved child support collections through efficient establishment and enforcement techniques. These incentive payments are a key source of funding for state programs. The method for calculating payments changed with the adoption of the Child Support Performance and Incentive Act (CSPIA) in 1998. This system was developed from recommendations made to the Secretary by an Incentive Funding Workgroup composed of state and Federal partners. Key elements of the performance-based incentive system include:

  • linking incentive payments to performance in the five measured areas: paternity establishment, order establishment, collections on current support due, cases paying toward arrears, and cost-effectiveness;
  • data must be reliable and complete, as determined by annual data reliability audits;
  • incentives are based on state collections and performance;
  • states are paid from a capped incentive pool; and
  • incentives must be reinvested into state child support programs.

The goal of the new incentive system, as implemented in Federal regulations (45 CFR Part 305), is to provide a financial reward to states that find innovative, cost-effective means to improve child support performance in the five measured areas. This new system has generated a more balanced program that produces better outcomes for children and families.

Fiscal year 2000 was the first year states received incentives based on the new incentive system. The performance-based incentive formula was phased-in over the FY 2000-2002 period and became the sole determinant for incentive payments in FY 2002.

In FY 2003, forty-three states received an incentive for all five measures, eight states received an incentive for four measures, and the remaining three states received an incentive for three measures. This is a marked improvement over FY 2002 results that show thirty-seven states received an incentive for all five measures, eleven states for four measures, and six states for three measures.

Incentives for FY 2003 totaled $461 million, a 2.4 percent increase over the FY 2002 total of $450 million. FY 2003 final adjustments are overwhelmingly positive - forty states received more than their initial estimates and only fourteen states received less.

The child support enforcement performance based penalty system provides that a financial penalty be assessed when data submitted for calculating state performance is found to be incomplete and/or unreliable, when the calculated level of performance for any of the three penalty measures (paternity establishment, support order establishment, or current collections) fails to achieve a specified level or when states are not in compliance with certain child support requirements. There is an automatic corrective action year following the discovery of the deficiency or deficiencies. The corrective action year is the immediately succeeding fiscal year following the year of the deficiency.

The penalty is held in abeyance pending the results of the state’s data reliability audit and performance results submitted for the corrective action period. If the state’s data are determined complete and reliable and related performance is adequate for the corrective action year, the penalty is not imposed.

The financial penalty is a reduction to the state’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant. If corrective action was unsuccessful, the penalty amount is calculated as one to two percent of the adjusted State Family Assistance Grant (SFAG) for the TANF program for the first year of the deficiency and increases each year, up to five percent, for each consecutive year the state’s data are found to be incomplete or unreliable or the state’s performance on a penalty measure fails to attain the specified level of performance necessary to avoid a penalty. Fourteen states received a penalty in 2003, after the FY 2002 corrective action year for the FY 2001 performance period. Thirteen states appealed to the Department.

Audits and Data Reliability

Passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) in 1996 changed the direction and emphasis of audits of state OCSE programs conducted by the OCSE’s Office of Audit. Legislative requirements now emphasize performance and outcomes rather than the pre-PRWORA requirements of processing and taking actions on child support cases. Beginning in FY 2000, as part of PRWORA and CSPIA, states began receiving financial incentives based on meeting or exceeding standards for each of the five performance measures related to paternity and order establishment, collecting child support, and cost effectiveness.

The incentives are paid based on performance data that states report to OCSE. The Office of Audit performs Data Reliability Audits (DRAs) to evaluate the completeness, accuracy, security, and reliability of this data reported and produced by state reporting systems. DRAs help to ensure that incentives are earned and paid only on the basis of verifiable data and that the incentive payment system is fair and equitable.

Fiscal Year 2003 was the fourth year that OCSE calculated and paid incentives to states for performance based on the five performance measures. The major improvement noted in FY 2002 data reliability was again observed in the FY 2003 results as six more states, or a total of forty-eight, passed all data reliability requirements. In FY 2002, forty-one states passed all requirements compared to only twenty-eight states in FY 2001. Only thirteen states in FY 2002, versus twenty-six states in the prior year, did not get a payment for one or more incentive measures due to the inability to meet data reliability audit standards.

OCSE also is required by PRWORA to evaluate the adequacy of the financial management of a state’s program. Specifically, OCSE’s Office of Audit is mandated to perform reviews of expenditures claimed by states for Federal reimbursement. The primary objectives of a cost audit is to determine whether costs claimed by the state for Federal reimbursement is allowable, allocable, and reasonable to the child support enforcement program, and to ensure that states bear their fair share of child support costs. Financial audits are performed after the DRAs are complete to the extent that time and resources are available before beginning the next fiscal year DRAs. Audit findings from cost audits performed or reported in FY 2003 included, among other things, findings of incorrect methods for allocating costs to the IV-D program; unallowable and non-IV-D costs claimed for reimbursement; and the receipt of program income not offset to reduce expenditures as required.

Self-Assessment

The self-assessment process was designed to be used as a management tool by states. Self-assessment helps the states evaluate their programs and performance, and gives them an opportunity to ensure they are meeting Federal requirements for providing child support services. The Federal role in all of this is to analyze the reports, make recommendations, assist with corrective action, and identify best practices which could be shared among the states.

Prior to the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA), states were audited every three years to ensure they were in compliance with Federal requirements. If a state was found not to be in compliance, it would receive a penalty and be given a chance to correct the problem by submitting a corrective action plan. Once the corrective action period was completed, another audit would be done. If the problem was corrected, the penalty would be rescinded.

With the enactment of PRWORA, states were charged with an annual review of their child support enforcement programs to determine if Federal requirements are being met. States must submit an annual report of their findings to OCSE within the Department of Health and Human Services. The Federal requirements consist of seven compliance criteria used by the states to evaluate their child support programs.

States’ average self-assessment rates for FY 2002 and FY 2003 for each criteria were as follows:

Criteria Average Rate 2002 Average Rate 2003 Target/Efficiency Rate
case closure 85% 89% 90%
establish paternity & support 76% 78% 75%
enforce support orders 86% 86% 75%
collect & distribute support 94% 95% 75%
secure & enforce medical support 79% 79% 75%
review & adjust support orders 81% 85% 75%
interstate services 81% 81% 75%
expedited process six months 90% 90% 75%
expedited process twelve months 97% 94% 90%

Overall national totals indicate that states have been performing at or above the required efficiency rates.

State Plans

As a condition of receiving Federal Financial Participation (FFP), the State IV-D agency must submit an approvable State Plan describing the nature and scope of its child support enforcement program. The State Plan consists of preprinted pages and related attachments, and contains all the information necessary for OCSE to determine whether it can be approved. The authority to approve State Plans is delegated to the Regional Offices, but the Commissioner of OCSE retains the authority for determining that a State IV-D Plan is not approvable.

In FY 2003, several states were sent notices of intent to disapprove their IV-D State Plans for failure to submit an approvable State Plan. During the year, all those states enacted the required state legislation, implemented the required procedures, and submitted approvable State Plans, which upon approval, generated letters to those states withdrawing the notice of intent.

Program Assessment Rating Tool

The Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART) was developed to assess and improve program performance so that the Federal government can achieve better results. A PART review helps identify a program’s strengths and weaknesses to inform funding and management decisions aimed at making the program more effective. The PART, therefore, looks at all factors that affect and reflect program performance including:

  • program purpose and design;
  • performance measurement;
  • evaluations and strategic planning;
  • program management; and
  • program results.

Because PART includes a consistent series of analytical questions, it allows programs to show improvements over time and allows comparisons between similar programs.

As part of the budget process reforms under the President’s Management Agenda, reviews were implemented to measure the effectiveness of Federal programs in FY 2003. Programs were evaluated using the PART. OCSE volunteered to participate in the PART process in FY 2003 to support the President’s Management Agenda. The OCSE program received a PART score of 90 percent, making it the highest rated social services program and the highest rated block/formula grant program amongst all programs reviewed government wide in FY 2003. According to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), OCSE’s high rating was due to its:

  • clear purpose and unambiguous mission linked to salient and meaningful program measures;
  • strong management practices with financial incentives awarded and penalties assessed to states based on meeting the specific performance measures;
  • demonstration of measurable progress toward meeting its long-term and annual performance goals; and
  • independent evaluations indicating the program’s effectiveness in achieving results.

Over the past few years, OCSE has been the recipient of several awards that acknowledge the quality and effectiveness of its collaboration and coordination efforts. These awards were the result of evaluations that considered the program’s impact, effectiveness, and other measures of performance.


REFERRALS TO WORKFORCE AGENCIES

A goal of the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) is to encourage child support agencies and courts to refer unemployed or underemployed non-custodial parents (NCPs) to One-Stop Centers and other workforce investment operations to improve their ability to support themselves and their families.

OCSE has worked with the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Employment Training Administration for the past several years to develop awareness and encourage collaboration between child support enforcement and workforce investment agencies at the national, state, and local levels.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together on improving collaboration was signed with the DOL in FY 2003. The purpose of the agreement is to increase the number of noncustodial parents who secure and retain unsubsidized jobs through the workforce investment system so that they can better meet their child support obligations.

These two Federal organizations have had little contact in the past and had virtually no understanding of the other’s work or goals. OCSE and DOL started meeting to shape the goals, needs and issues of this collaboration. Slowly, through joint issuances and conference workshops, OCSE encouraged its components to cross-refer clients to - and collaborate to improve services with - the DOL, with the long range goals of improving the economic self-sufficiency of NCPs and their children.

Through the MOU and in other ways, OCSE has also sought to encourage judges and hearing officers to refer delinquent, unemployed NCPs to workforce investment as a positive alternative to a ’seek work’ order or incarceration.

OCSE seeks out and publishes ’promising practices’ on effective collaborations between child support enforcement, the judiciary, and workforce investment.

OCSE also began the development of a seminar curriculum on improving program outcomes through interagency collaboration. The seminar, designed for state and local office and/or regional managers from child support, TANF, and workforce investment, demonstrates the advantages of working together to achieve program goals to help client families. One of the goals of this initiative is to increase the referral of NCPs to workforce offices by both child support and TANF.

As a result of these efforts, more and more local child support enforcement agencies and courts are referring unemployed NCPs to DOL operations for employment and training, and workforce development agencies are enrolling and serving NCPs. Federal leadership in this collaboration has paid off at both the state and local levels. Although some local and state staff started working together before OCSE did, the vast majority had not.


PROJECT SAVE OUR CHILDREN (PSOC)

Project Save Our Children (PSOC) is a criminal child support enforcement initiative targeted at pursing chronically delinquent parents who willfully fail to take responsibility for their children and owe large sums of child support ($20,000 and over). PSOC’s goal is to increase child support collections through the identification, investigation, and - when warranted - prosecution of flagrant, delinquent child support offenders. By prosecuting parents who will not provide support, a pointed message of responsibility is sent which may help to give their children a better chance in life.

The PSOC Task Force is based on a model project launched in 1998 in Columbus, Ohio. The Midwest Law Enforcement Task Force, formed by the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) and the Department of Health and Human Services’ (DHHS) Inspector General’s office, joined with Justice Department prosecutors and investigators, state child support agencies, and local law enforcement officials to coordinate efforts in a new investigative initiative. Since that time, PSOC has grown to operate through 12 sites nationwide, covering all states and territories.

Since the project’s creation in 1998, PSOC has investigated more than 8,000 cases and is responsible for over 800 arrests and over 700 convictions and adjudications. As a result of these investigations, $38 million in restitution has been ordered in which $21 million has been collected. PSOC’s activities have facilitated OCSE’s ability to collect arrearages.


TRIBAL PROGRAM

The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act (PRWORA) of 1996 first allowed the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) to directly fund tribal child support enforcement programs. States have historically been charged with providing child support services to tribal recipients, as they comprise part of the state caseload. Under an Interim Final Rule published in August 2000, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) provided funding to nine Tribes (listed below) to operate a comprehensive child support enforcement program.

  • Chickasaw Nation
  • Navajo Nation
  • Puyallup Tribe
  • Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe
  • Lac du Flambeau Tribe
  • Menominee Tribe
  • Port Gamble S’Klallam
  • Lummi Nation
  • Forest County Potawatomi

In FY 2003, these Tribes participated in national child support meetings and conferences which included the following: The Tribal Automation System Workgroup; The Tribal/State Cooperation Workgroup; The National Indian Child Welfare Association Directors Training Conference; and The Central Office/ACF Regional Office Conference. The Tribes also provided on-site Technical Assistance to the Navajo Nation and Sisseton-Wahpeton and co-hosted a conference with the National Council of State Legislatures.

Once the final regulations are published, DHHS will make direct payments for administrative expenses to Tribes, tribal organizations and Alaskan Native villages that demonstrate the capacity to operate a child support enforcement program. To receive funding, Tribes must meet the following objectives:

  • establishment of paternity;
  • modification and enforcement of support orders;
  • collection and distribution of support; and
  • location of noncustodial parents.

OCSE anticipates that the Federal government will pay 90 percent of reasonable and necessary costs of the programs initially, with Tribes and tribal organizations required to contribute the remaining 10 percent.


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM

During FY 2002, the United States (U.S.) declared several additional jurisdictions to be foreign reciprocating countries (FRCs) for purposes of child support enforcement - the Netherlands, Norway, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Newfoundland/Labrador, and Ontario. During FY 2003, reciprocity agreements also became effective between the U.S. and the Canadian provinces/territories of New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

In May 2003, the Office of Child Support Enforcement, Department of State (DOS), and state child support agency officials attended the Hague Conference on Private International Law and participated in meetings of the Special Commission on Family Maintenance which is working to develop a new multilateral convention for child support enforcement. While the U.S. has not been a signatory to previous conventions, U.S. participation in the current Special Commission offers the possibility that a new multilateral instrument might provide U.S. families with the benefits of an expanded international system of cooperation.

As part of OCSE’s efforts in support of the Hague Special Commission, the U.S. has taken a leadership role as Governor of the Administrative Cooperation Working Group, which held its first meeting by teleconference in November 2003. The Administrative Cooperation Working Group’s stated goals are to improve administrative cooperation among participating countries (e.g., by working toward standard forms, procedures, and timeframes for case processing) and to develop possible recommendations on administrative cooperation for upcoming Hague Special Commission meetings.

OCSE, in partnership with the DOS, has also worked to improve cooperation with nations in Latin America and the Caribbean. In FY 2002, negotiations began on bilateral agreements with Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Honduras. In August 2003, the U.S. hosted the “Meeting of the Americas” in Orlando, which was attended by seventeen foreign countries from the Western Hemisphere. The Meeting of the Americas explored, with U.S. leadership, a regional approach towards cooperation on enforcement of child support across borders.

In support of state caseworkers, OCSE issued the first installment of “A Caseworker’s Guide to Processing Cases with Foreign Reciprocating Countries (FCR)” which explains how to process child support cases internationally with our English-speaking FRCs. OCSE also issued the first in a series of International Dear Colleague Letters on international service of process, as well as policy guidance on issues such as foreign currency child support payments and changes to Canadian reciprocal child support legislation which will significantly improve procedures for cooperation with the U.S.


[1] Twenty-five county representatives were invited to attend (from Lewis County, NY; Allegany County, NY; Yates County, NY; Schoharies County, NY; Sussex County, NJ; Jefferson County, PA; Tioga County, PA; Kent County, MD; Rockingham County, NC; Johnston County, NC; Clay County, AL; Marengo County, AL; Wilcox County, AL; Putnam County, OH; Madison County, OH; Grant County, WI; Logan County, CO; Routt County, CO; Sedgwick County, CO; Barnes County, ND; Stark County, ND; Santa Cruz-San Benito County, CA; Central Sierra Region, CA; Apache, Coconino, Graham, Greeley, Mojave and Yuma Counties, AZ; Pima and Santa Cruz Counties, AZ; and Sheridan Counties, WY).

[2] These undistributed collections include: collections that were received within the past two business days following receipt, and pending distribution within Federal timelines; collections being held for up to six months that were offset from refunds from joint Federal tax returns of non-TANF families; collections received and held for future support; collections held pending resolutions of a legal dispute and any timely appeal (including but not limited to estate resolutions, contested paternity, contested tax, insurance, and pension intercepts, arrearage balance disputes, contested bank levies, contested seizures of lottery winnings, and other lump-sum seizures, etc.); collections processed, but not yet transferred to other state or Federal agencies administering programs such as TANF, IV-E and non-IV-E (foster care), Medicaid, or S-CHIP.

[3] The “Grants to States for Access and Visitation” is a formula grant program. It is up to the discretion of the states to decide on what services to provide, organizations to be funded, geographic areas to be covered, and persons to be served.

[4] Includes in-hospital and other paternities acknowledged. State paternity acknowledgements include an unknown number of acknowledgements for children in the IV-D caseload.

PROGRAM CHARTS AND GRAPHS

Figure 1: Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years
The child support caseload continues to decline.

Figure 1 Data: Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Current Assistance (in Millions) 3.7 3.3 3.1 2.8 2.8
Former Assistance (in Millions) 7.4 7.9 7.9 7.4 7.4
Never Assistance (in Millions) 6.2 6.2 6.1 5.9 5.8
Total (in Millions) 17.3 17.4 17.1 16.1 15.9

Source: OCSE-157 lines 1+3.

Note:
  • Current Assistance: A case where the children are: (1) recipients of Temporary Assistance For Needy Families (TANF) under title
  • IV-A of the Social Security Act or (2) entitled to Foster Care maintenance payments under title IV-E of the Social Security Act.
  • In addition, the children’s support rights have been assigned by a caretaker relative to a state and a referral to the state IV-D agency has been made.
  • Former Assistance: A case where the children formerly received title IV-A (AFDC or TANF) or title IV-E Foster Care services.
  • Never Assistance: A case where the children are receiving services under the title IV-D program, but are not currently eligible for
  • and have not previously received assistance under titles IV-A or IV-E of the Social Security Act.

The child support caseload continues to decline.


Figure 2: IV-D Cases With and Without Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years
Cases with orders increased; cases without orders declined.ve Fiscal Years

Figure 2 Data: IV-D Cases With and Without Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Total (in Millions) 17.3 17.4 16.8 16.1 15.9
With Orders (in Millions) 10.3 10.7 11.0 11.3 11.5
Without Orders (in Millions) 7.0 6.7 5.8 4.8 4.4

Source: OCSE-157 lines 1, 2 and 3.

Cases with orders increased; cases without orders declined.


Figure 3: Number of IV-D Cases for Which a Collection Was Made for Five Fiscal Years
States report the number of child support cases that make a payment to the Feds. The number of cases with a collection has continued to increase, although the total caseload continues to decline.

Figure 3 Data: Number of IV-D Cases for Which a Collection Was Made for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Never Assistance (in Millions) 2.7 2.9 3.1 3.2 3.4
Former Assistance (in Millions) 3 3.5 3.6 3.8 3.8
Current Assistance (in Millions) 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8

Source: OCSE-157 lines 18.

States report to the Federal government the number of child support cases that make a payment. The number of cases with a collection has continued to increase, although the total caseload continues to decline.


Figure 4: IV-D and Statewide Paternities Acknowledged for Five Fiscal Years[4]
Since many paternities are being acknowledged at the birth of the child, in-hospital paternities increased, and IV-D paternities decreased. The total number of paternities remained stable.

Figure 4 Data: IV-D and Statewide Paternities Acknowledged for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
In-hospital Paternities (in Thousands) 755 687 791 830 862
IV-D Paternities (in Thousands) 845 867 777 697 663

Source: OCSE-157 lines 10 and 16.

Since many paternities are being acknowledged at the birth of the child, in-hospital paternities increased, and IV-D paternities decreased. The total number of paternities remained stable


Figure 5: Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years
The number of support orders established each year remains stable at 1.2 million.

Figure 5 Data: Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Support Orders 1,220,051 1,174,899 1,181,284 1,220,034 1,161,206

Source: OCSE-157 line 17.

The number of support orders established each year remains stable at 1.2 million.


Figure 6: Total Distributed Collections by Current, Former, and Never Assistance, FY 2003
Half of collections are for families never on assistance. The FY 2002 total distributed collections was $20.1 billion.

Figure 6 Data: Total Distributed Collections by Current, Former, and Never Assistance, FY 2003 ($21.2 Billion Collected)
Current Assistance Former Assistance Never Assistance
$1,815,261,394 (9%) $8,452,305,462 (40%) $10,908,823,026 (51%)

Source: OCSE-34A line 8E.

Note: The FY 2002 total distributed collections was $20.1 billion.

Half of collections are for families never on assistance.


Figure 7: Total Distributed Collections by TANF/Foster Care and Non-TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years
The child support program collects and distributes more money each year.

Figure 7 Data: Total Distributed Collections by TANF/Foster Care and Non-TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Total (in Billions) 15.9 17.9 19 20.1 21.2
Non-TANF (in Billions) 13.4 15.3 16.4 17.2 18.2
TANF/FC (in Billions) 2.5 2.6 2.6 2.9 3.0

Source: Formerly form OCSE-34 line 14 (A+C), OCSE-34A lines 7 and 8.

The child support program collects and distributes more money each year.


Figure 8: Distribution of Total Collections, FY 2003
The largest share of child support payments go to families or foster care at $17.9 billion, federal share $1.2 billion, state share $950 million, medical support $89 million.

Figure 8 Data: Distribution of Total Collections, FY 2003
Distribution Category State Share Federal Share Pymts. to Families Medical Support
Dist of AFDC Collections $948,255,175 (5.0%) $1,166,601,189 (6.0%) $18,963,191,281 (90.0%) $98,342,237 (0.5%)

Source: OCSE-34A.

Note: In FY 2002, collections were distributed as follows: Federal share $1.2 billion, state share $950 million, payments to families or foster care $17.9 billion, and medical support $89 million.

The largest share of child support payments go to families.


Figure 9: Total Collections by Method of Collections, FY 2003
State tax and unemployment offsets are very effective tools used for collecting child support, but wage withholding continues to be the most effective.

Figure 9 Data: Total Collections by Method of Collections, FY 2003
Wage Withholding Unemployment
Intercept Offset
Federal Tax Offset State Tax Offset Other Source Other States
$16,701,791,578 (66.3%) $682,733,248 (2.7%) $1,460,991,449 (5.8%) $204,049,634 (0.8%) $4,889,349,699 (19.4%) $1,254,993,042 (5.0%)

5 Wage withholding includes IV-D and non-IV-D collections. Approximately $3.5 billion were non-IV-D collections from wage withholding.

Source: OCSE-34A lines 2a thru 2g.

Note: The FY 2002 figures for method of collections were: other states $1.2 billion, wage withholding $15.5 billion, other sources $4.9 billion, state tax offset $210 million, federal tax offset $1.5 billion, and unemployment offset $577 million.

State tax and unemployment offsets are very effective tools used for collecting child support, but wage withholding continues to be the most effective.


Figure 10: Current Collections Due and Distributed, FY 2003
More than half of the current support due was distributed.

Figure 10 Data: Current Collections Due and Distributed, FY 2003 ($27.1 Billion due & distributed)
Current Support Distributed Current Support Not Distributed
$15.7 Billion (58%) $11.4 Billion (42%)

6 Represents current support not collected or not distributed.

Source: OCSE-157 lines 24 and 25.

Note: Total current support due in FY 2002 was $26.2 billion with $15.1 billion distributed as current support. This leaves a balance of $11.1 billion.

More than half of the current support due was distributed.


Figure 11: Cases Paying Toward an Arrears, FY 2003
Most parents are paying toward their overdue child support.

Figure 11 Data: Cases Paying Toward an Arrears, FY 2003 (10.8 Million total cases with arrears due)
Cases Paying Towards Arrears Cases Not Paying Towards Arrears
6.4 Million (60%) 4.3 Million (40%)

Source: OCSE-157 lines 28 and 29.

Note: There were a total of 10.6 million cases with arrears due in FY 2002. About 6.3 million was paid towards arrears, leaving 4.3 million cases unpaid.

Most parents are paying toward their overdue child support.


Figure 12: Interstate Collections for Five Fiscal Years
The amount of interstate collected continues to improve

Figure 12 Data: Interstate Collections for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Interstate Collections (in Millions) 1,082 1,173 1,165 1,204 1,276

Source: OCSE-34A line5E.

The amount of interstate collected continues to improve.


Figure 13a: Interstate Cases - Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years
States routinely report sending more interstate cases than they received.

Figure 13a Data: Interstate Cases - Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Current Assistance 131,128 118,057 113,305 115,057 120,812
Former Assistance 511,989 544,178 545,802 555,716 579,160
Never Assistance 356,033 355,297 356,889 370,637 383,364
Total 999,150 1,017,532 1,015,996 1,040,410 1,083,336

Source: OCSE-157 lines 1a.


Figure 13b: Interstate Cases - Cases Received From Another State for Five Fiscal Years
States routinely report sending more interstate cases than they received.

Figure 13b Data: Interstate Cases - Cases Received From Another State for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Current Assistance 266,911 258,333 252,980 242,731 221,908
Former Assistance 105,505 115,025 118,664 116,936 127,706
Never Assistance 545,980 563,443 556,606 574,898 598,967
Total 918,396 936,801 928,250 934,565 948,581

Source: OCSE-157 line 1b.

States routinely report sending more interstate cases than they received.


Figure 14: Total Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
The level of expenditures was unchanged the last two years.

Figure 14 Data: Total Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Total (in Billions) 4.0 4.5 4.8 5.2 5.2
Federal Share (in Billions) 2.7 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.4
State Share (in Billions) 1.3 1.5 1.6 1.8 1.8

Source: OCSE-396A lines 9A+C.

The level of expenditures was unchanged the last two years.


Figure 15: Total ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
Auto Data Processing (ADP) expenditures declined over the past year.

Figure 15 Data: Total ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Total ADP Expenditures (in Millions) $683 $827 $883 $867 $812

Source: OCSE-396A lines 4, 5 and 6.

Auto Data Processing (ADP) expenditures declined over the past year.


Figure 16: Number of Children in the IV-D Program for Five Fiscal Years7
The number of children in the child support program declined in recent years-- reflective of the decrease in the child support caseload.

Figure 16 Data: Number of Children in the IV-D Program for Five Fiscal Years
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Number of Children
in IV-D program (in Millions)
20.9 19.4 18.9 17.9 17.6

7 Includes children 18 years of age and under.

Source: OCSE-157 line 4.

The number of children in the child support program declined in recent years-- reflective of the decrease in the child support caseload.


Figure 17a: Number of Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) by Participant Type8 as of 9/30/03
A large portion of unique persons in the FCR by participant type are children.

Figure 17a Data: Number of People in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) by Type of Participant
Type of Participant NCP PF CP CH
Number of People
(in Millions)
10.9 1.2 11.9 19.3

8 The figures for the individual participant types are unduplicated within that category but not between them i.e., an individual may appear in more than one category, but is only counted once within that category.

NCP - Noncustodial Parents, PF - Putative Father, CP - Custodial Parties, CH - Children.


Figure 17b: Number of Unique Persons Matched9 by the FPLS FYs 1999-2003
A large portion of unique persons in the FCR by participant type are children.

Figure 17b Data: Number of Unique Persons Matched by the FPLS FYs 1999-2003
FY 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Number of Unique Persons
Matched (in Millions)
2.9 3.5 (+19%) 4.2 (+22%) 4.5 (+7%) 4.6 (+1%)

9 The Number of Unique Persons (NCPs and PFs) Matched is derived by un-duplicating SSNs located across all data types (W4, QW, and UI). The figures for the individual participant types are unduplicated within that category but not between them--i.e., an individual may appear in more than one category, but is only counted once within that category and only once in the total. As a result, the counts for the individual participant types may not add up to the Total Number of Unique Persons in the FCR. In addition, an individual can be a child support case participant in more than one state but is only counted once in the nationwide total. These national FCR participant figures do not include individuals submitted to the FCR by the Virgin Islands.

Source: Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS).

A large portion of unique persons in the FCR by participant type are children.


Figure 18: Federal Offset Collections for Five Processing Years (PY)
Federal offset is another method used to collect child support payments.

Figure 18 Data: Federal Offset Collections for Five Processing Years (PY)
Processing Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Total Net Collections
(in Billions)
1.34 1.39 1.65 1.46 1.55

Source: Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS).

Federal offset is another method used to collect child support payments.


Figure 19: IV-D Tribal Program, FY 2003
Tribes Caseload Paternities Established Support Orders Established Total Collections Outlays

Source: Reports submitted by Tribes.

NA - Not Available.

Note: In FY 2002, the IV-D tribal program had $3.5 million in total collections.

CHICKASAW 12,511 681 NA $2,190,660 $1,978,415
FLAMBEAU NA NA NA 512,118 218,737
LUMMI 41 7 22 NA 69,828
MENOMINEE 1,321 822 NA 579,962 26,433
NAVAJO NA NA NA 3,065,944 3,412,403
POTAWATOMI NA NA NA NA NA
PUYALLUP 350 5 6 83,067 768,020
SISSETON 62 16 16 71,705 400,157
S’KLALLAM 91 6 3 6,564 706,901
TOTAL 14,376 1,537 47 $6,510,020 $7,580,894

STATE AND NATIONWIDE BOX SCORES

ALABAMA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $223,267,646 5.9%
Current Assistance $12,255,589 -5.9%
Former Assistance $73,829,606 1.7%
Never Assistance $137,182,451 9.6%
Total Expenditures $64,233,813 2.3%
Cost Effectiveness $3.48 3.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.78 3.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,142 16.0%
Orders Established 21,185 2.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 771 -5.4%
Total Caseload 248,624 -4.2%
Current Assistance 29,832 8.7%
Former Assistance 115,015 -8.1%
Never Assistance 103,777 -2.9%

 

ALASKA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $79,349,491 -2.4%
Current Assistance $5,458,549 -18.2%
Former Assistance $40,970,589 -1.5%
Never Assistance $32,920,353 -0.3%
Total Expenditures $21,682,477 3.4%
Cost Effectiveness $3.66 -5.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.24 -5.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 3,298 6.9%
Orders Established 2,507 12.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 256 0.0%
Total Caseload 46,387 0.0%
Current Assistance 7,115 5.7%
Former Assistance 24,721 -1.8%
Never Assistance 14,551 0.6%

 

ARIZONA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $233,501,240 1.7%
Current Assistance $13,226,616 15.5%
Former Assistance $142,233,961 0.0%
Never Assistance $78,040,663 2.7%
Total Expenditures $58,995,755 -4.1%
Cost Effectiveness $3.96 6.0%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.47 5.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 48,135 10.3%
Orders Established 6,670 -23.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 913 -5.4%
Total Caseload 258,871 8.9%
Current Assistance 78,896 20.1%
Former Assistance 128,450 4.4%
Never Assistance 51,525 5.3%

 

ARKANSAS
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $135,345,918 5.0%
Current Assistance $36,673,323 222.3%
Former Assistance $39,089,597 -49.5%
Never Assistance $59,582,998 48.7%
Total Expenditures $47,676,023 -10.6%
Cost Effectiveness $2.84 17.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.12 17.4%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 10,727 0.3%
Orders Established 4,377 4.7%
Full Time Equiv. Staff 764 3.7%
Total Caseload 128,472 -2.0%
Current Assistance 17,579 -15.5%
Former Assistance 50,973 2.1%
Never Assistance 59,920 -0.8%

 

CALIFORNIA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $2,132,041,944 21.0%
Current Assistance $297,034,757 17.2%
Former Assistance $1,074,730,570 0.7%
Never Assistance $760,276,617 72.7%
Total Expenditures $972,416,111 0.5%
Cost Effectiveness $2.19 20.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $2.31 20.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 185,197 -1.5%
Orders Established 122,885 -9.9%
Full Time Equiv. Staff 10,866 -1.8%
Total Caseload 1,838,497 -3.6%
Current Assistance 446,329 -8.2%
Former Assistance 895,672 -1.7%
Never Assistance 496,496 -2.5%

 

COLORADO
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $203,110,443 0.3%
Current Assistance $15,559,040 -5.4%
Former Assistance $95,115,151 -4.6%
Never Assistance $92,436,252 7.0%
Total Expenditures $72,067,723 13.8%
Cost Effectiveness $2.82 -11.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.22 -11.9%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 17,764 6.1%
Orders Established 8,676 15.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 733 -5.7%
Total Caseload 138,117 2.8%
Current Assistance 16,760 6.8%
Former Assistance 80,820 -1.7%
Never Assistance 40,537 11.1%

 

CONNECTICUT
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $222,361,658 2.6%
Current Assistance $35,579,918 3.1%
Former Assistance $139,137,512 2.2%
Never Assistance $47,644,228 3.5%
Total Expenditures $59,275,853 -4.8%
Cost Effectiveness $3.75 7.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.04 7.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 23,980 -7.1%
Orders Established 8,116 -3.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 475 -13.0%
Total Caseload 212,823 2.9%
Current Assistance 32,865 0.1%
Former Assistance 119,047 2.2%
Never Assistance 60,911 6.2%

 

DELAWARE
&nnbsp; AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $61,504,137 3.4%
Current Assistance $3,789,225 -4.9%
Former Assistance $27,668,135 -0.2%
Never Assistance $30,046,777 8.1%
Total Expenditures $22,899,696 23.8%
Cost Effectiveness $2.69 -16.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.03 -17.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 4,689 -40.9%
Orders Established 1,928 6.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 216 -2.7%
Total Caseload 55,198 2.0%
Current Assistance 9,006 9.3%
Former Assistance 27,497 47.2%
Never Assistance 18,695 -31.3%

 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $44,314,143 9.3%
Current Assistance $3,069,055 4.8%
Former Assistance $23,727,716 46.5%
Never Assistance $17,517,372 -18.2%
Total Expenditures $24,481,801 33.4%
Cost Effectiveness $1.81 -18.0%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $2.09 -22.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 6,088 -29.6%
Orders Established 1,251 -11.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 215 1.9%
Total Caseload 105,139 -2.6%
Current Assistance 33,609 -3.0%
Former Assistance 43,361 -2.5%
Never Assistance 28,169 -2.2%

 

FLORIDA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $891,001,252 10.9%
Current Assistance $296,486,563 16.0%
Former Assistance $307,931,997 1.3%
Never Assistance $286,582,692 17.5%
Total Expenditures $230,616,251 0.7%
Cost Effectiveness $3.86 10.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.39 10.3%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 93,042 -2.6%
Orders Established 60,057 0.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 3,225 0.3%
Total Caseload 663,863 -0.8%
Current Assistance 74,820 -10.8%
Former Assistance 325,484 -2.8%
Never Assistance 263,559 5.3%

 

GEORGIA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $453,672,698 9.3%
Current Assistance $32,485,752 2.0%
Former Assistance $213,736,403 9.0%
Never Assistance $207,450,543 10.8%
Total Expenditures $114,088,857 3.7%
Cost Effectiveness $3.98 5.3%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.47 5.4%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 54,498 -8.2%
Orders Established 26,787 -0.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,246 -12.1%
Total Caseload 480,935 0.9%
Current Assistance 91,578 -4.8%
Former Assistance 220,349 2.2%
Never Assistance 169,008 2.7%

 

GUAM
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $8,320,588 5.0%
Current Assistance $1,232,707 1.7%
Former Assistance $2,495,178 16.3%
Never Assistance $4,592,703 0.6%
Total Expenditures $4,404,764 -15.0%
Cost Effectiveness $1.89 23.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $2.10 28.1%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 164 -92.8%
Orders Established 842 17.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 38 -9.5%
Total Caseload 12,368 2.5%
Current Assistance 398 -83.9%
Former Assistance 8,360 35.4%
Never Assistance 3,610 5.5%

 

HAWAII
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $75,708,133 3.0%
Current Assistance $5,139,844 -17.8%
Former Assistance $33,581,033 2.8%
Never Assistance $36,987,256 7.0%
Total Expenditures $16,076,982 31.7%
Cost Effectiveness $4.71 -21.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.08 -22.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 9,800 72.8%
Orders Established 3,627 -1.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 192 -16.5%
Total Caseload 99,431 4.9%
Current Assistance 28,845 4.8%
Former Assistance 44,109 15.8%
Never Assistance 26,477 -9.3%

 

IDAHO
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $103,072,584 7.7%
Current Assistance $1,256,398 26.4%
Former Assistance $31,452,633 -2.6%
Never Assistance $70,363,553 12.8%
Total Expenditures $19,868,113 -0.4%
Cost Effectiveness $5.19 8.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.70 7.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,308 -26.0%
Orders Established 4,238 11.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 131 -5.1%
Total Caseload 88,005 10.3%
Current Assistance 4,057 15.9%
Former Assistance 32,026 3.6%
Never Assistance 51,922 14.5%

 

ILLINOIS
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $471,037,130 2.4%
Current Assistance $14,635,632 -22.8%
Former Assistance $89,890,606 -27.2%
Never Assistance $366,510,892 15.4%
Total Expenditures $191,741,466 9.2%
Cost Effectiveness $2.46 -6.2%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $2.64 -5.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 78,899 -3.0%
Orders Established 47,187 -2.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,537 -11.1%
Total Caseload 724,383 -16.3%
Current Assistance 92,541 -3.4%
Former Assistance 315,149 -19.6%
Never Assistance 316,693 -16.2%

 

INDIANA
INDIANA AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $417,099,068 -3.0%
Current Assistance $14,850,428 6.7%
Former Assistance $78,347,528 11.1%
Never Assistance $323,901,112 -6.3%
Total Expenditures $54,842,575 -4.5%
Cost Effectiveness $7.61 1.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $7.91 1.5%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 9,202 -1.4%
Orders Established 52,148 -35.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 846 -2.8%
Total Caseload 301,473 -3.1%
Current Assistance 36,941 -26.1%
Former Assistance 142,377 -6.1%
Never Assistance 122,155 11.6%

 

IOWA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $269,972,715 5.7%
Current Assistance $75,189,163 12.3%
Former Assistance $106,124,069 -0.4%
Never Assistance $88,659,483 8.1%
Total Expenditures $51,434,609 7.7%
Cost Effectiveness $5.25 -1.9%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.52 -2.0%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 11,674 7.5%
Orders Established 13,740 6.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 596 -10.2%
Total Caseload 175,180 2.5%
Current Assistance 26,489 -0.9%
Former Assistance 101,191 0.9%
Never Assistance 47,500 8.3%

 

KANSAS
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $139,250,242 3.8%
Current Assistance $9,512,800 19.9%
Former Assistance $75,019,650 2.6%
Never Assistance $54,717,792 2.9%
Total Expenditures $50,083,945 -12.2%
Cost Effectiveness $2.78 18.2%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.12 19.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 23,356 20.0%
Orders Established 9,813 22.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 620 2.0%
Total Caseload 134,321 -4.8%
Current Assistance 25,572 0.4%
Former Assistance 64,626 -4.7%
Never Assistance 44,123 -7.9%

 

KENTUCKY
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $281,178,623 0.1%
Current Assistance $16,929,158 -2.1%
Former Assistance $262,556,712 1.4%
Never Assistance $1,692,753 -64.7%
Total Expenditures $60,998,713 -3.0%
Cost Effectiveness $4.61 3.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.88 3.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 19,735 -1.0%
Orders Established 38,582 -0.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 931 -6.7%
Total Caseload 313,652 0.4%
Current Assistance 55,633 -0.0%
Former Assistance 158,973 -2.6%
Never Assistance 99,046 5.9%

 

LOUISIANA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $273,010,342 4.9%
Current Assistance $8,157,610 11.2%
Former Assistance $132,649,091 2.4%
Never Assistance $132,203,641 7.0%
Total Expenditures $57,084,130 -0.0%
Cost Effectiveness $4.78 4.9%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.11 5.0%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 19,703 6.0%
Orders Established 18,690 -4.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 883 3.5%
Total Caseload 272,341 2.5%
Current Assistance 38,544 15.7%
Former Assistance 139,608 -3.0%
Never Assistance 94,189 6.6%

 

MAINE
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $97,605,371 1.6%
Current Assistance $16,845,765 4.0%
Former Assistance $52,585,598 -0.9%
Never Assistance $28,174,008 5.1%
Total Expenditures $20,634,465 -12.6%
Cost Effectiveness $4.73 16.2%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.99 16.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 2,291 -20.6%
Orders Established 1,852 -31.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 264 3.1%
Total Caseload 64,292 -1.2%
Current Assistance 16,439 10.9%
Former Assistance 32,169 -5.8%
Never Assistance 15,684 -2.6%

 

MARYLAND
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $409,232,429 3.3%
Current Assistance $10,107,903 2.0%
Former Assistance $172,365,789 7.0%
Never Assistance $226,758,737 0.6%
Total Expenditures $97,134,343 -4.2%
Cost Effectiveness $4.21 7.7%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.53 8.0%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 27,476 0.3%
Orders Established 16,693 -6.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,069 -0.8%
Total Caseload 312,744 1.0%
Current Assistance 38,521 0.2%
Former Assistance 131,738 2.5%
Never Assistance 142,485 -0.2%

 

MASSACHUSETTS
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $425,091,556 5.6%
Current Assistance $27,077,203 -3.9%
Former Assistance $198,263,881 0.6%
Never Assistance $199,750,472 12.6%
Total Expenditures $81,756,096 11.8%
Cost Effectiveness $5.20 -5.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.46 -5.5%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 19,895 5.4%
Orders Established 23,842 0.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 756 3.6%
Total Caseload 246,550 0.3%
Current Assistance 52,887 -3.4%
Former Assistance 132,008 -0.1%
Never Assistance 61,655 4.5%

 

MICHIGAN
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $1,403,936,116 -2.8%
Current Assistance $55,629,979 0.5%
Former Assistance $467,502,520 -0.4%
Never Assistance $880,803,617 -4.1%
Total Expenditures $297,044,266 -6.6%
Cost Effectiveness $4.73 4.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.79 4.4%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 62,783 39.1%
Orders Established 14,298 -28.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,930 11.8%
Total Caseload 1,041,056 6.5%
Current Assistance 165,290 27.6%
Former Assistance 523,893 7.1%
Never Assistance 351,873 -2.0%

 

MINNESOTA  
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $558,574,634 4.0%
Current Assistance $31,797,464 -2.6%
Former Assistance $276,487,521 4.1%
Never Assistance $250,289,649 4.7%
Total Expenditures $142,542,751 4.2%
Cost Effectiveness $3.92 -0.2%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.05 -0.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 23,742 15.7%
Orders Established 16,301 10.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,580 -0.5%
Total Caseload 244,655 1.8%
Current Assistance 54,742 -4.1%
Former Assistance 140,626 3.9%
Never Assistance 49,287 2.7%

 

MISSISSIPPI
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $175,065,417 3.6%
Current Assistance $4,963,881 8.0%
Former Assistance $53,833,066 1.0%
Never Assistance $116,268,470 4.6%
Total Expenditures $24,643,581 -1.8%
Cost Effectiveness $7.10 5.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $7.50 5.3%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 14,548 -18.4%
Orders Established 13,280 -6.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 480 -4.8%
Total Caseload 301,564 4.0%
Current Assistance 29,736 -0.0%
Former Assistance 111,023 5.4%
Never Assistance 160,805 3.8%

 

MISSOURI
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $432,993,219 5.4%
Current Assistance $20,370,456 -9.0%
Former Assistance $134,291,363 3.7%
Never Assistance $278,331,400 7.5%
Total Expenditures $92,119,226 -1.5%
Cost Effectiveness $4.70 7.0%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.95 7.1%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 33,630 1.7%
Orders Established 16,175 -6.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,283 -1.9%
Total Caseload 383,799 -1.7%
Current Assistance 71,534 -3.9%
Former Assistance 162,161 3.9%
Never Assistance 150,104 -6.2%

 

MONTANA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $44,285,363 1.9%
Current Assistance $3,224,550 6.3%
Former Assistance $23,089,315 -0.2%
Never Assistance $17,971,498 4.0%
Total Expenditures $14,368,225 15.1%
Cost Effectiveness $3.08 -11.4%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.63 -11.1%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,217 -4.5%
Orders Established 3,135 25.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 158 -1.3%
Total Caseload 40,983 2.2%
Current Assistance 6,818 -7.3%
Former Assistance 25,164 4.1%
Never Assistance 9,001 4.8%

 

NEBRASKA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $146,714,458 2.4%
Current Assistance $9,600,540 -8.5%
Former Assistance $55,942,412 3.6%
Never Assistance $81,171,506 3.1%
Total Expenditures $47,362,837 -7.9%
Cost Effectiveness $3.10 11.3%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.22 12.1%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 6,879 11.9%
Orders Established 5,836 12.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 433 -3.3%
Total Caseload 97,589 -0.6%
Current Assistance 12,622 -0.0%
Former Assistance 44,103 -0.1%
Never Assistance 40,864 -1.2%

 

NEVADA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $99,633,371 9.0%
Current Assistance $2,662,245 3.7%
Former Assistance $23,864,347 21.6%
Never Assistance $73,106,779 5.6%
Total Expenditures $39,823,537 -0.7%
Cost Effectiveness $2.50 9.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.12 8.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 4,370 53.3%
Orders Established 12,205 22.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff NA NA
Total Caseload 118,319 25.3%
Current Assistance 20,120 40.3%
Former Assistance 37,803 37.3%
Never Assistance 60,396 15.0%

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $79,516,774 4.6%
Current Assistance $5,810,788 -1.8%
Former Assistance $34,888,333 9.6%
Never Assistance $38,817,653 1.4%
Total Expenditures $18,125,076 -3.3%
Cost Effectiveness $4.39 8.2%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.72 8.0%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,214 -5.2%
Orders Established 2,708 -14.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 167 -5.6%
Total Caseload 38,015 1.7%
Current Assistance 6,725 -0.6%
Former Assistance 17,262 4.8%
Never Assistance 14,028 -0.9%

 

NEW JERSEY
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $815,021,270 5.2%
Current Assistance $30,165,738 -1.7%
Former Assistance $252,069,725 2.0%
Never Assistance $532,785,807 7.3%
Total Expenditures $170,238,325 0.2%
Cost Effectiveness $4.79 5.0%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.06 4.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 36,872 1.9%
Orders Established 23,722 1.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,201 4.5%
Total Caseload 344,831 1.2%
Current Assistance 69,549 4.3%
Former Assistance 154,292 3.3%
Never Assistance 120,990 -3.1%

 

NEW MEXICO
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $59,810,895 15.3%
Current Assistance $3,453,929 -2.5%
Former Assistance $31,378,078 17.4%
Never Assistance $24,978,888 15.7%
Total Expenditures $42,850,806 8.0%
Cost Effectiveness $1.40 6.7%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $1.57 7.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 7,639 47.3%
Orders Established 6,868 24.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 348 4.5%
Total Caseload 69,611 -1.0%
Current Assistance 17,616 -3.7%
Former Assistance 30,358 -9.4%
Never Assistance 21,637 16.9%

 

NEW YORK
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $1,341,103,958 4.0%
Current Assistance $68,709,311 -20.9%
Former Assistance $525,548,018 -0.7%
Never Assistance $746,846,629 10.9%
Total Expenditures $287,129,649 -6.4%
Cost Effectiveness $4.67 11.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.00 11.4%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 104,488 0.6%
Orders Established 35,868 12.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,931 -4.0%
Total Caseload 886,813 -1.4%
Current Assistance 156,224 -4.4%
Former Assistance 466,388 -4.4%
Never Assistance 264,201 6.5%

 

NORTH CAROLINA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $496,092,172 5.8%
Current Assistance $19,133,220 -5.5%
Former Assistance $275,387,905 4.2%
Never Assistance $201,571,047 9.4%
Total Expenditures $107,657,065 -6.2%
Cost Effectiveness $4.61 12.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.99 12.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 45,684 -5.6%
Orders Established 38,980 -4.6%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,579 -1.1%
Total Caseload 417,936 -1.9%
Current Assistance 58,608 -8.9%
Former Assistance 235,683 -1.3%
Never Assistance 123,645 0.6%

 

NORTH DAKOTA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $54,533,409 7.3%
Current Assistance $2,312,779 13.8%
Former Assistance $16,811,708 9.5%
Never Assistance $35,408,922 -1.3%
Total Expenditures $11,645,878 -1.3%
Cost Effectiveness $4.68 8.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.10 8.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,221 18.6%
Orders Established 3,548 -1.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 151 -1.9%
Total Caseload 38,776 24.6%
Current Assistance 5,391 24.1%
Former Assistance 14,874 44.5%
Never Assistance 18,511 12.3%

 

OHIO
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $1,566,112,907 -3.2%
Current Assistance $28,755,797 -5.0%
Former Assistance $439,628,767 1.8%
Never Assistance $1,097,728,343 -5.0%
Total Expenditures $335,322,308 -2.7%
Cost Effectiveness $4.67 -0.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.80 -0.0%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 52,965 -1.4%
Orders Established 46,142 13.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 4,758 -0.4%
Total Caseload 915,211 1.5%
Current Assistance 124,948 3.9%
Former Assistance 361,395 32.0%
Never Assistance 428,868 -15.5%

 

OKLAHOMA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $142,434,428 8.1%
Current Assistance $5,645,059 1.8%
Former Assistance $70,655,731 2.7%
Never Assistance $66,133,638 15.1%
Total Expenditures $50,470,419 -3.5%
Cost Effectiveness $2.82 12.0%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.12 11.5%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 13,865 3.4%
Orders Established 9,792 0.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 577 -6.9%
Total Caseload 137,115 -2.6%
Current Assistance 21,213 -5.2%
Former Assistance 67,019 -6.3%
Never Assistance 48,883 4.2%

 

OREGON
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $289,028,485 4.8%
Current Assistance $12,704,953 -15.1%
Former Assistance $100,424,802 -7.3%
Never Assistance $175,898,730 15.3%
Total Expenditures $52,874,073 2.6%
Cost Effectiveness $5.47 2.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.60 -4.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 13,482 -9.1%
Orders Established 19,854 -0.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 741 0.8%
Total Caseload 247,388 0.3%
Current Assistance 39,745 -9.3%
Former Assistance 100,010 -0.3%
Never Assistance 107,633 5.0%

 

PENNSYLVANIA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $1,356,655,545 1.9%
Current Assistance $54,349,595 -8.2%
Former Assistance $362,626,204 0.1%
Never Assistance $939,679,746 3.2%
Total Expenditures $205,750,237 2.6%
Cost Effectiveness $6.59 -0.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $6.80 -0.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 65,671 -11.4%
Orders Established 62,424 -10.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,760 6.7%
Total Caseload 590,935 0.2%
Current Assistance 100,266 1.0%
Former Assistance 234,999 -0.3%
Never Assistance 255,670 0.4%

 

PUERTO RICO
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $232,315,190 9.8%
Current Assistance $1,607,983 -5.8%
Former Assistance $8,145,166 24.4%
Never Assistance $222,562,041 9.5%
Total Expenditures $42,688,161 22.2%
Cost Effectiveness $5.44 -10.1%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.67 -9.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 25,398 -2.8%
Orders Established 3,344 29.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 862 4.5%
Total Caseload 237,297 0.2%
Current Assistance 64,436 -2.9%
Former Assistance 9,337 11.5%
Never Assistance 163,524 0.8%

 

RHODE ISLAND
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $52,544,957 -1.4%
Current Assistance $10,892,710 -7.1%
Former Assistance $31,180,085 -1.2%
Never Assistance $10,472,162 4.9%
Total Expenditures $12,325,753 -2.9%
Cost Effectiveness $4.26 1.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.63 2.3%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 5,496 73.1%
Orders Established 2,657 3.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 130 -3.0%
Total Caseload 67,923 -3.1%
Current Assistance 18,664 -8.0%
Former Assistance 35,035 -2.8%
Never Assistance 14,224 3.3%

 

SOUTH CAROLINA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $232,500,299 3.6%
Current Assistance $10,299,534 6.3%
Former Assistance $31,553,121 17.7%
Never Assistance $190,647,644 1.5%
Total Expenditures $38,731,071 -3.8%
Cost Effectiveness $6.00 7.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $6.32 7.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 17,343 -11.3%
Orders Established 11,738 -3.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 289 -13.7%
Total Caseload 218,855 -2.7%
Current Assistance 39,198 -5.9%
Former Assistance 110,456 -2.2%
Never Assistance 69,201 -1.7%

 

SOUTH DAKOTA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $52,514,697 3.7%
Current Assistance $21,138,445 8.9%
Former Assistance $20,127,439 1.0%
Never Assistance $11,248,813 -0.3%
Total Expenditures $7,495,613 0.8%
Cost Effectiveness $7.01 2.9%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $7.80 2.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 3,220 -3.6%
Orders Established 3,352 8.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 105 -0.9%
Total Caseload 42,546 -0.4%
Current Assistance 7,393 -2.3%
Former Assistance 23,885 -2.8%
Never Assistance 11,268 6.4%

 

TENNESSEE
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $353,682,826 11.1%
Current Assistance $42,658,397 21.8%
Former Assistance $142,966,579 9.1%
Never Assistance $168,057,850 10.4%
Total Expenditures $69,969,809 -8.8%
Cost Effectiveness $5.05 21.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.47 21.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 52,891 36.5%
Orders Established 79,025 9.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,023 9.6%
Total Caseload 358,754 2.4%
Current Assistance 115,815 10.2%
Former Assistance 133,832 -1.1%
Never Assistance 109,107 -0.9%

 

TEXAS
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $1,507,375,863 11.9%
Current Assistance $148,593,476 21.6%
Former Assistance $727,326,889 7.8%
Never Assistance $631,455,498 14.8%
Total Expenditures $288,660,594 8.9%
Cost Effectiveness $5.22 2.8%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.63 4.2%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 141,321 -6.1%
Orders Established 104,324 3.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,636 -1.1%
Total Caseload 897,038 -5.7%
Current Assistance 126,369 -20.9%
Former Assistance 390,949 -2.7%
Never Assistance 379,720 -2.6%

 

UTAH
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $137,108,429 3.0%
Current Assistance $11,015,363 7.3%
Former Assistance $76,035,037 54.0%
Never Assistance $50,058,029 -31.8%
Total Expenditures $35,663,343 -3.1%
Cost Effectiveness $3.84 6.4%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.13 6.1%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,267 -5.1%
Orders Established 8,265 -0.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 531 -3.5%
Total Caseload 75,459 0.9%
Current Assistance 14,563 7.1%
Former Assistance 36,896 -3.8%
Never Assistance 24,000 5.1%

 

VERMONT
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $42,210,431 1.7%
Current Assistance $3,424,299 -15.1%
Former Assistance $24,245,193 1.1%
Never Assistance $14,540,939 7.8%
Total Expenditures $11,853,275 6.3%
Cost Effectiveness $3.56 -4.4%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $3.78 -4.0%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,442 -22.9%
Orders Established 6,128 2.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 121 0.0%
Total Caseload 24,233 -0.5%
Current Assistance 8,317 -1.2%
Former Assistance 11,160 -2.6%
Never Assistance 4,756 6.3%

 

VIRGIN ISLANDS
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $7,602,225 5.8%
Current Assistance $105,351 -88.4%
Former Assistance $720,699 0.0%
Never Assistance $6,776,175 14.4%
Total Expenditures $4,801,753 -9.2%
Cost Effectiveness $1.58 16.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $1.84 16.3%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 21 NA
Orders Established 631 NA
Full Time Equivalent Staff 54 1.9%
Total Caseload 11,371 NA
Current Assistance 1,232 NA
Former Assistance 2,553 NA
Never Assistance 7,586 NA

 

VIRGINIA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $467,452,194 7.0%
Current Assistance $144,434,765 7.5%
Former Assistance $89,719,189 -2.1%
Never Assistance $233,298,240 10.7%
Total Expenditures $79,061,476 3.7%
Cost Effectiveness $5.91 3.3%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $6.52 2.9%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 29,227 -13.1%
Orders Established 27,770 -7.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,011 -1.3%
Total Caseload 349,573 -3.3%
Current Assistance 54,511 1.3%
Former Assistance 138,027 -2.5%
Never Assistance 157,035 -5.5%

 

WASHINGTON
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $597,257,719 1.1%
Current Assistance $32,103,190 -2.0%
Former Assistance $274,999,949 -1.3%
Never Assistance $290,154,580 3.8%
Total Expenditures $140,225,984 10.2%
Cost Effectiveness $4.26 -8.3%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.54 -8.4%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 27,930 -5.0%
Orders Established 26,497 -1.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,564 -3.6%
Total Caseload 315,393 4.2%
Current Assistance 47,299 5.1%
Former Assistance 171,189 3.6%
Never Assistance 96,905 4.7%

 

WEST VIRGINIA
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $157,061,989 3.9%
Current Assistance $63,432,324 2.4%
Former Assistance $48,052,841 12.9%
Never Assistance $45,576,824 -2.4%
Total Expenditures $36,674,530 11.6%
Cost Effectiveness $4.28 -6.9%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.54 -6.8%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 6,889 -5.2%
Orders Established 8,850 -7.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 534 3.3%
Total Caseload 109,936 -5.0%
Current Assistance 15,735 1.2%
Former Assistance 53,065 -4.7%
Never Assistance 41,136 -7.7%

 

WISCONSIN
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $577,846,759 0.6%
Current Assistance $13,424,959 24.2%
Former Assistance $397,213,541 5.5%
Never Assistance $167,208,259 -10.5%
Total Expenditures $100,556,292 3.4%
Cost Effectiveness $5.75 -2.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.95 -2.6%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 19,911 -15.8%
Orders Established 49,771 -30.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,051 -2.0%
Total Caseload 340,963 0.3%
Current Assistance 26,586 9.9%
Former Assistance 177,572 -6.3%
Never Assistance 136,805 8.4%

 

WYOMING
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $47,354,532 1.6%
Current Assistance $287,316 -6.2%
Former Assistance $22,086,914 -4.0%
Never Assistance $24,980,302 7.2%
Total Expenditures $9,399,650 -8.1%
Cost Effectiveness $5.04 10.5%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $5.57 11.3%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,880 -6.7%
Orders Established 2,025 -4.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 225 3.2%
Total Caseload 37,750 -3.9%
Current Assistance 2,770 -3.5%
Former Assistance 16,909 -8.4%
Never Assistance 18,071 0.6%

 

NATIONWIDE
  AMOUNTS % change from FY 02
Collections Distributed $21,176,389,882 5.2%
Current Assistance $1,815,261,394 7.9%
Former Assistance $8,452,305,462 1.9%
Never Assistance $10,908,823,026 7.4%
Total Expenditures $5,212,570,124 0.6%
Cost Effectiveness $4.06 4.6%
CSPIA Cost Effectiveness $4.32 4.7%
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,524,569 -0.2%
Orders Established 1,161,206 -4.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 60,756 -1.7%
Total Caseload 15,923,353 -0.9%
Current Assistance 2,759,291 -1.7%
Former Assistance 7,371,641 -0.1%
Never Assistance 5,792,421 -1.5%

 

LIST OF TABLES

Program Overview

Table 1 - Financial Overview, FY 2002 and FY 2003

Table 2 - Statistical Overview, FY 2002 and FY 2003

Program Collections

Table 3 - Total Distributed Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 4 - Distributed Current Assistance Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 5 - Distributed Former Assistance Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 6 - Distributed Never Assistance Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 7 - Distributed TANF/Foster Care Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 8 - Distributed TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 9 - Distributed Foster Care Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 10 - Distributed Non-TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Federal and State Share of Collections

Table 11 - Federal Share of TANF/Foster Care Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 12 - State Share of TANF/Foster Care Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Undistributed Collections

Table 13 - Gross Undistributed Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 14 - Net Undistributed Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Table 15 - Percent of Undistributed Collections, FY 2003

Other Collections

Table 16 - Collections Forwarded to Non-IV-D Cases for Five Fiscal Years

Table 17 - Total Wage Withholding for Five Fiscal Years

Table 18 - Total Collections Made by Method of Collection, FY 2003

Payments to Families

Table 19 - Payments to Families for Five Fiscal Years

Table 20 - TANF/Foster Care Payments to Families for Five Fiscal Years

Interstate Activity

Table 21 - Interstate Collections Forwarded to Other States for Five Fiscal Years

Table 22 - Interstate Caseload for Two Fiscal Years

Cost-Effectiveness

Table 23 - CSPIA Cost-Effectiveness Ratio for Five Fiscal Years

Incentives

Table 24 - Incentive Payment Estimates for Five Fiscal Years

Table 25 - Incentive Payment Actuals for Five Fiscal Years

Medical Support

Table 26 - Medical Support Payments to Families for Five Fiscal Years

Table 27 - Percent of Health Insurance Provided as Ordered for Two Fiscal Years

Table 28 - Percent of Cases in Which Medical Support is Ordered for Two Fiscal Years

Program Expenditures

Table 29 - Administrative Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Table 30 - Federal Share of Administrative Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Table 31 - State Share of Administrative Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Table 32 - Non-IV-D Costs for Five Fiscal Years

Functional Costs

Table 33 - ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Table 34 - ADP Expenditures at Enhanced Rate for Five Fiscal Years

Table 35 - Expenditures for Laboratory Tests for Paternity Establishment for Five Fiscal Years

Fees

Table 36 - Fees and Costs Recovered for Two Fiscal Years

Table 37 - Fees Retained by Other States for Five Fiscal Years

Program Savings/Costs

Table 38 - Total Program Costs for Five Fiscal Years

Table 39 - State Share Program Savings or Costs for Five Fiscal Years

Table 40 - Federal Share of Program Costs for Five Fiscal Years

Cases and Caseloads

Table 41 - Cases with No Jurisdiction for Five Fiscal Years

Table 42 - Cases Open by Current, Former, and Never Assistance, FY 2003

Table 43 - Cases Open at the End of the Fiscal Year for Five Fiscal Years

Table 44 - Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years

Table 45 - Total Caseload by Current Assistance for Five Fiscal Years

Table 46 - Total Caseload by Former Assistance for Five Fiscal Years

Table 47 - Total Caseload by Never Assistance for Five Fiscal Years

Orders Established

Table 48 - Total Cases with Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years

Table 49 - Cases with Orders Established by Current, Former, and Never Assistance, FY 2003

Paternities

Table 50 - Total Number of Paternities Established or Acknowledged for Five Fiscal Years

Table 51 - Paternity Establishment for Two Fiscal Years

Services Provided

Table 52 - IV-A Cases Closed Where a Child Support Payment Was Received for Five Fiscal Years

Table 53 - Number of Support Orders Established During the Fiscal Year for Five Fiscal Years

Table 54 - Number of CSE Cases in Which a Collection Was Made on an Obligation for Five Fiscal Years

Table 55 - Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Table 56 - Cases Received from Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Services Required

Table 57 - Cases Requiring Services to Establish an Order for Five Fiscal Years

Table 58 - Children Requiring Paternity Determination Services for Five Fiscal Years

Staff

Table 59 - Full-Time Equivalent Staff by State and Local, Cooperative Agreements, and Privatized Offices, FY 2002 and FY 2003

Table 60 - Total Full Time Equivalent Staff for Five Fiscal Years

Table 61 - Costs and Staff Associated with the Central Office of Child Support Enforcement for Five Fiscal Years

Current Support

Table 62 - Amount of Current Support Due for Five Fiscal Years

Table 63 - Amount of Support Distributed as Current Support for Five Fiscal Years

Arrears

Table 64 - Total Amount of Arrearages Due for Five Fiscal Years

Table 65 - Amount of Arrearages Due by Current Assistance, Former Assistance, and Never Assistance, FY 2003

Table 66 - Total Amount of Support Distributed as Arrears for Five Fiscal Years

Table 67 - Certified Federal Offset Caseload and Arrearage Totals, FY 2003

Table 68 - Cases with Arrears Due and Paying Towards Arrears, FY 2002 and FY 2003

Non-Cooperation and Good Cause

Table 69 - Cases with Determination of Non-Cooperation for Five Fiscal Years

Table 70 - Cases with Good Cause Determinations for Five Fiscal Years

Children

Table 71 - Children with Paternity Resolved for Five Fiscal Years

Table 72 - Total Number of Children for Five Fiscal Years

Federal Parent Locator Service

Table 73 - Tax Offset and Administrative Offset Programs (TANF and Non-TANF Combined), PY 2002 and PY 2003

Table 74 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) for Fiscal Years 2002 and 2003

Table 75 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Processing Years 2002 - 2003 Reports

Table 76 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) National Directory of New Hires (NDNH), FY 2002 and FY 2003

Table 77 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Cases in the Federal Case Registry (FCR), FY 2002 and FY 2003

Table 78 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) by Participant Type, FY 2003

Table 79 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) Matched by Data Type, FY 2002 and FY 2003

Table 80 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Net Collections - Federal Offset Program, PY 2003

Table 81 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Offsets - Federal Offset Program, PY 2003


TABLE 1: FINANCIAL OVERVIEW, FY 2002 AND FY 2003
  2002 2003 2002-2003
Percent Change
TOTAL COLLECTIONS $20,136,867,071 $21,176,389,882 5.2%
Current Assistance IV-A and IV-E $1,682,081,420 $1,815,261,394 7.9%
Former Assistance 8,298,404,027 8,452,305,462 1.9%
Never Assistance 10,156,381,624 10,908,823,026 7.4%
Total Assistance Reimbursement 1 $2,130,004,260 $2,114,856,364 -0.7%
State Share $947,455,765 $947,442,662 -0.0%
Federal Share 2 $1,182,548,495 $1,167,413,702 -1.3%
Total Medical Support $89,408,573 $98,342,237 10.0%
Total Payments to Families or Foster Care $17,917,454,238 $18,963,191,281 5.8%
CURRENT ASSISTANCE IV-A AND IV-E COLLECTIONS $1,682,081,420 $1,815,261,394 7.9%
Assistance Reimbursement $918,979,683 $957,868,488 4.2%
Medical Support $25,772,516 $20,148,859 -21.8%
Payments to Families or Foster Care $737,329,221 $837,244,047 13.6%
FORMER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS $8,298,404,027 $8,452,305,462 1.9%
Assistance Reimbursement $1,211,024,577 $1,156,987,876 -4.5%
Medical Support $44,417,140 $56,716,916 27.7%
Payments to Families or Foster Care $7,042,962,310 $7,238,600,670 2.8%
NEVER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS $10,156,381,624 $10,908,823,026 7.4%
Medical Support $19,218,917 $21,476,462 11.7%
Payments to Families or Foster Care $10,137,162,707 $10,887,346,564 7.4%
ACTUAL INCENTIVE PAYMENTS $450,000,000 $461,000,000 2.4%
ESTIMATED INCENTIVE PAYMENTS $338,025,746 $356,379,012 5.4%
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES $5,183,316,271 $5,215,708,370 0.6%
Federal Share $3,431,731,310 $3,450,232,098 0.5%
State Share $1,751,584,961 $1,765,476,272 0.8%
TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS $-3,053,312,011 $-3,097,713,760 1.5%
Federal Share $-2,587,208,562 $-2,637,130,712 1.9%
State Share $-466,103,449 $-460,583,048 -1.2%
CSPIA COST EFFECTIVENESS 3 $4.13 $4.32 $0.19

Source: Forms OCSE-396A & OCSE-34A.

1 Total assistance reimbursement equals collections that will be divided between the state and Federal governments to reimburse their respective shares of either title IV-A TANF payments or title IV-E Foster Care maintenance payments.

2 Prior to FY 2002 incentives were paid out of the Federal share of collections and the net Federal share was reported. As of 10/1/2001, incentives are paid with appropriated dollars.

3 Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998 (CSPIA).

 

TABLE 2: STATISTICAL OVERVIEW, FY 2002 AND FY 2003
  2002 2003 Percent or Percentage Point Change 2002 - 2003
TOTAL IV-D CASELOAD 1 16,065,728 15,923,353 -0.9%
Current Assistance 2,806,829 2,759,291 -1.7%
Former Assistance 7,376,953 7,371,641 -0.1%
Never Assistance 5,881,946 5,792,421 -1.5%
CASES OPEN (line 1) 16,018,228 15,873,322 -0.9%
Current Assistance 2,790,992 2,743,460 -1.7%
Former Assistance 7,351,724 7,346,247 -0.1%
Never Assistance 5,875,512 5,783,615 -1.6%
CASES WITH NO JURISDICTION (line 3) 47,500 50,031 5.3%
Current Assistance 15,837 15,831 -0.0%
Former Assistance 25,229 25,394 0.7%
Never Assistance 6,434 8,806 36.9%
NUMBER OF CHILDREN 17,869,516 17,595,222 -1.5%
TOTAL CASES WITH COLLECTIONS 7,819,434 7,982,311 2.1%
Current Assistance 806,207 804,450 -0.2%
Former Assistance 3,768,001 3,817,797 1.3%
Never Assistance 3,245,226 3,360,064 3.5%
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WITH COLLECTIONS 48.8 50.3 1.5
Current Assistance 28.9 29.3 0.4
Former Assistance 51.3 52.0 0.7
Never Assistance 55.2 58.1 2.9
TOTAL CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED 11,275,601 11,471,374 1.7%
Current Assistance 1,399,357 1,402,186 0.2%
Former Assistance 5,642,834 5,769,503 2.2%
Never Assistance 4,233,410 4,299,685 1.6%
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED 70.4 72.3 1.9
Current Assistance 50.1 51.1 1.0
Former Assistance 76.8 78.5 1.7
Never Assistance 72.1 74.3 2.2
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WITH COLLECTIONS TO CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED 69.3 69.6 0.3
Current Assistance 57.6 57.4 -0.2
Former Assistance 66.8 66.2 -0.6
Never Assistance 76.7 78.1 1.4
TOTAL PATERNITIES ESTABLISHED OR ACKNOWLEDGED 1,527,103 1,524,569 -0.2%
IV-D Paternities Established or Acknowledged 2 697,115 662,526 -5.0%
State In-Hospital and Other Paternities Acknowledged 3 829,988 862,043 3.9%
TOTAL SUPPORT ORDERS ESTABLISHED 1,220,034 1,161,206 -4.8%
Current Assistance 248,285 235,284 -5.2%
Former Assistance 441,668 409,378 -7.3%
Never Assistance 530,081 516,544 -2.6%
FULL TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 61,797 60,756 -1.7%

Source: Form OCSE-157.

1 Total IV-D caseload combines lines 1 (cases open) and 3 (cases with no jurisdiction).

2 IV-D paternities established or acknowledged for the current year are reported on line 16.

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3 State paternity acknowledgements include an unknown number of acknowledgements for children in the IV-D caseload and are reported on line 10.

 

TABLE 3: TOTAL DISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
ALABAMA $185,929,914 $192,136,827 $200,240,037 $210,793,885 $223,267,646
ALASKA 67,131,846 71,101,719 77,905,418 81,297,436 79,349,491
ARIZONA 169,232,529 196,761,640 212,384,196 229,628,128 233,501,240
ARKANSAS 108,480,840 120,493,465 122,150,043 128,845,269 135,345,918
CALIFORNIA 1,604,173,701 2,059,472,938 1,987,761,937 1,761,395,793 2,132,041,944
COLORADO 163,546,023 176,120,256 189,729,840 202,513,277 203,110,443
CONNECTICUT 175,487,270 190,849,231 202,950,268 216,686,470 222,361,658
DELAWARE 44,962,003 49,010,326 53,405,899 59,507,990 61,504,137
DIST. OF COL. 35,137,996 35,029,816 37,760,166 40,543,493 44,314,143
FLORIDA 579,827,499 648,007,202 700,413,455 803,427,506 891,001,252
GEORGIA 330,631,555 361,895,069 383,496,014 415,190,279 453,672,698
GUAM 7,660,532 7,701,905 7,451,417 7,923,440 8,320,588
HAWAII 60,520,055 66,547,674 69,349,488 73,490,476 75,708,133
IDAHO 64,268,499 75,069,124 87,410,927 95,669,488 103,072,584
ILLINOIS 325,562,478 361,276,437 424,100,350 460,100,983 471,037,130
INDIANA 271,110,248 366,155,285 366,781,739 430,195,033 417,099,068
IOWA 201,219,305 218,721,976 236,936,971 255,489,996 269,972,715
KANSAS 137,981,151 139,181,584 127,176,292 134,192,271 139,250,242
KENTUCKY 206,241,206 226,432,656 248,957,397 280,917,646 281,178,623
LOUISIANA 188,131,410 213,901,350 233,491,509 260,352,264 273,010,342
MAINE 80,663,945 89,399,356 95,101,117 96,058,639 97,605,371
MARYLAND 350,165,942 367,930,051 379,403,201 396,325,538 409,232,429
MASSACHUSETTS 291,485,832 318,570,247 363,060,179 402,684,665 425,091,556
MICHIGAN 1,274,637,793 1,347,410,776 1,385,225,776 1,443,730,382 1,403,936,116
MINNESOTA 442,657,451 477,367,932 512,122,192 537,089,362 558,574,634
MISSISSIPPI 128,877,572 144,398,420 158,091,621 169,034,476 175,065,417
MISSOURI 285,818,836 338,989,078 372,654,718 410,866,655 432,993,219
MONTANA 38,221,855 40,751,932 41,027,136 43,450,853 44,285,363
NEBRASKA 110,565,311 142,451,583 159,886,802 143,218,162 146,714,458
NEVADA 92,121,885 79,309,062 84,050,142 91,416,297 99,633,371
NEW HAMPSHIRE 66,166,127 71,390,460 73,225,761 76,021,041 79,516,774
NEW JERSEY 635,116,977 679,194,346 724,682,527 774,655,477 815,021,270
NEW MEXICO 34,894,675 39,542,994 43,594,822 51,872,707 59,810,895
NEW YORK 909,755,049 1,101,981,677 1,148,800,884 1,289,224,609 1,341,103,958
NORTH CAROLINA 347,969,980 395,597,968 430,346,008 468,742,468 496,092,172
NORTH DAKOTA 40,878,761 41,828,314 47,628,668 50,844,528 54,533,409
OHIO 1,301,311,021 1,411,208,969 1,461,376,935 1,617,586,413 1,566,112,907
OKLAHOMA 96,191,903 107,182,337 116,245,538 131,791,800 142,434,428
OREGON 231,875,332 248,205,633 271,048,814 275,879,302 289,028,485
PENNSYLVANIA 1,107,687,051 1,167,422,477 1,252,202,021 1,331,920,478 1,356,655,545
PUERTO RICO 166,021,553 182,840,956 195,882,360 211,582,627 232,315,190
RHODE ISLAND 44,304,705 48,445,775 48,928,336 53,269,669 52,544,957
SOUTH CAROLINA 173,756,503 188,234,179 208,155,682 224,346,732 232,500,299
SOUTH DAKOTA 38,323,366 43,519,157 47,463,266 50,621,425 52,514,697
TENNESSEE 224,245,130 248,195,435 276,337,064 318,253,081 353,682,826
TEXAS 802,911,218 964,935,244 1,174,224,930 1,346,898,110 1,507,375,863
UTAH 107,336,206 118,099,773 127,370,896 133,052,785 137,108,429
VERMONT 34,880,355 38,738,022 40,697,472 41,502,260 42,210,431
VIRGIN ISLANDS 6,141,919 7,533,124 7,171,741 7,184,209 7,602,225
VIRGINIA 312,776,989 347,763,838 403,164,627 436,704,128 467,452,194
WASHINGTON 515,859,493 548,674,852 572,902,624 590,896,606 597,257,719
WEST VIRGINIA 109,379,597 120,349,180 137,233,085 151,193,843 157,061,989
WISCONSIN 532,502,415 569,045,649 583,722,322 574,178,130 577,846,759
WYOMING 38,462,270 41,896,246 44,714,476 46,608,491 47,354,532
TOTALS $15,901,201,077 $17,854,271,522 $18,957,597,106 $20,136,867,071 $21,176,389,882

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 E.

 

TABLE 4: TOTAL DISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
ALABAMA $17,924,082 $12,231,702 $13,358,810 $13,024,668 $12,255,589
ALASKA 8,311,439 6,833,822 6,312,634 6,676,478 5,458,549
ARIZONA 8,718,336 8,540,425 9,254,716 11,453,708 13,226,616
ARKANSAS 4,504,450 4,399,332 4,205,123 11,376,906 36,673,323
CALIFORNIA 286,221,260 347,112,620 307,286,201 253,545,441 297,034,757
COLORADO 21,189,914 19,759,441 16,750,336 16,452,230 15,559,040
CONNECTICUT 25,827,025 22,023,250 32,102,461 34,505,914 35,579,918
DELAWARE 3,701,194 3,365,219 6,227,836 3,982,784 3,789,225
DIST. OF COL. 3,347,534 3,199,989 2,934,445 2,927,355 3,069,055
FLORIDA 22,963,113 24,258,623 23,127,317 255,522,141 296,486,563
GEORGIA 44,224,028 27,469,150 28,138,126 31,844,731 32,485,752
GUAM 1,517,296 1,306,447 1,205,662 1,211,820 1,232,707
HAWAII 9,428,064 7,225,633 7,604,804 6,256,540 5,139,844
IDAHO 550,710 748,638 925,732 994,155 1,256,398
ILLINOIS 72,846,716 81,333,731 42,917,981 18,961,393 14,635,632
INDIANA 25,249,911 21,936,142 11,639,313 13,917,819 14,850,428
IOWA 16,603,024 16,012,283 24,026,521 66,947,952 75,189,163
KANSAS 10,058,584 9,150,645 6,726,069 7,934,865 9,512,800
KENTUCKY 18,477,847 15,489,795 17,798,241 17,294,335 16,929,158
LOUISIANA 15,565,937 6,501,620 6,528,736 7,333,281 8,157,610
MAINE 32,630,295 24,248,837 17,406,736 16,194,613 16,845,765
MARYLAND 13,060,843 10,602,064 10,381,678 9,905,370 10,107,903
MASSACHUSETTS 44,593,261 38,763,540 36,599,093 28,172,054 27,077,203
MICHIGAN 44,518,024 49,937,420 29,756,341 55,362,231 55,629,979
MINNESOTA 27,800,821 28,794,233 29,929,617 32,631,530 31,797,464
MISSISSIPPI 4,906,337 4,232,933 4,306,982 4,594,992 4,963,881
MISSOURI 18,959,793 23,188,350 21,218,578 22,395,311 20,370,456
MONTANA 2,067,757 2,686,316 2,498,257 3,033,699 3,224,550
NEBRASKA 11,849,776 6,881,979 8,778,753 10,493,336 9,600,540
NEVADA 1,543,145 4,104,074 2,008,149 2,566,505 2,662,245
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7,815,932 6,331,389 5,503,775 5,917,891 5,810,788
NEW JERSEY 39,864,994 33,036,275 31,037,634 30,700,457 30,165,738
NEW MEXICO 6,166,419 4,867,663 3,666,761 3,543,151 3,453,929
NEW YORK 182,002,707 126,271,193 109,671,245 86,898,853 68,709,311
NORTH CAROLINA 24,627,818 21,714,898 20,572,713 20,257,016 19,133,220
NORTH DAKOTA 1,465,566 1,491,140 1,943,504 2,032,084 2,312,779
OHIO 93,853,641 52,362,970 25,123,131 30,261,650 28,755,797
OKLAHOMA 19,649,190 11,587,595 7,184,062 5,545,063 5,645,059
OREGON 23,796,596 22,940,519 22,087,898 14,962,303 12,704,953
PENNSYLVANIA 64,516,835 57,354,522 60,255,860 59,207,333 54,349,595
PUERTO RICO 1,834,873 2,333,234 1,866,596 1,706,327 1,607,983
RHODE ISLAND 15,359,628 13,972,776 12,322,164 11,724,497 10,892,710
SOUTH CAROLINA 8,203,538 8,114,829 7,551,733 9,686,360 10,299,534
SOUTH DAKOTA 11,160,732 13,890,904 16,582,211 19,416,871 21,138,445
TENNESSEE 20,805,856 23,009,828 28,010,221 35,020,706 42,658,397
TEXAS 33,321,602 32,523,907 35,710,999 122,247,745 148,593,476
UTAH 20,433,786 7,099,360 9,607,155 10,268,429 11,015,363
VERMONT 7,277,103 7,598,886 6,604,784 4,034,064 3,424,299
VIRGIN ISLANDS 453,703 811,966 503,161 906,879 105,351
VIRGINIA 25,543,791 16,923,027 123,848,872 134,405,095 144,434,765
WASHINGTON 39,841,176 35,172,033 32,941,484 32,766,901 32,103,190
WEST VIRGINIA 2,825,297 12,903,233 41,038,988 61,941,547 63,432,324
WISCONSIN 9,773,625 9,243,388 9,190,827 10,809,699 13,424,959
WYOMING 297,605 186,243 285,206 306,342 287,316
TOTALS $1,480,052,529 $1,354,080,031 $1,345,066,232 $1,682,081,420 $1,815,261,394

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 A + B.

1 Current Assistance includes IV-A and IV-E collections.

 

TABLE 5: DISTRIBUTED FORMER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
ALABAMA $70,077,111 $72,347,165 $72,035,415 $72,569,929 $73,829,606
ALASKA 28,373,247 35,121,777 39,900,875 41,607,301 40,970,589
ARIZONA 103,282,876 123,408,925 133,167,342 142,193,163 142,233,961
ARKANSAS 43,022,531 44,195,640 44,932,762 77,399,861 39,089,597
CALIFORNIA 339,275,499 1,016,557,358 1,117,489,750 1,067,582,921 1,074,730,570
COLORADO 69,323,471 74,028,220 84,696,158 99,683,496 95,115,151
CONNECTICUT 100,841,435 114,980,030 126,297,466 136,160,356 139,137,512
DELAWARE 24,249,357 26,445,908 26,949,277 27,729,988 27,668,135
DIST. OF COL. 8,884,410 9,816,574 12,748,806 16,194,540 23,727,716
FLORIDA 361,992,308 406,279,653 440,300,832 304,068,512 307,931,997
GEORGIA 153,231,095 175,321,577 183,092,330 196,158,546 213,736,403
GUAM 1,052,319 1,829,840 1,851,120 2,145,330 2,495,178
HAWAII 5,862,083 26,019,125 29,574,608 32,674,485 33,581,033
IDAHO 28,229,579 31,312,369 32,624,822 32,280,917 31,452,633
ILLINOIS 252,715,762 279,942,706 141,857,572 123,452,123 89,890,606
INDIANA 0 11,189,159 53,143,565 70,500,055 78,347,528
IOWA 122,278,636 131,554,037 138,253,152 106,556,682 106,124,069
KANSAS 62,614,778 82,919,826 62,374,614 73,085,432 75,019,650
KENTUCKY 42,519,056 104,304,388 204,494,296 258,822,157 262,556,712
LOUISIANA 74,936,138 107,801,325 116,693,225 129,514,713 132,649,091
MAINE 21,820,818 43,596,396 53,578,907 53,065,332 52,585,598
MARYLAND 78,948,757 100,250,084 145,942,863 161,039,537 172,365,789
MASSACHUSETTS 137,622,386 158,408,138 179,143,313 197,133,469 198,263,881
MICHIGAN 408,599,040 387,738,845 458,550,588 469,543,127 467,502,520
MINNESOTA 166,061,849 229,498,670 259,601,588 265,493,680 276,487,521
MISSISSIPPI 44,079,899 47,936,389 51,361,595 53,296,956 53,833,066
MISSOURI 105,612,461 132,411,758 118,244,714 129,461,656 134,291,363
MONTANA 21,708,907 19,660,842 20,844,404 23,141,898 23,089,315
NEBRASKA 12,291,372 52,404,028 62,302,723 54,021,705 55,942,412
NEVADA 6,068,501 9,419,113 16,392,691 19,622,135 23,864,347
NEW HAMPSHIRE 18,513,837 29,540,359 30,725,205 31,834,283 34,888,333
NEW JERSEY 200,679,482 218,554,811 233,541,362 247,229,256 252,069,725
NEW MEXICO 17,376,594 19,156,147 21,644,210 26,733,395 31,378,078
NEW YORK 0 443,493,497 471,556,831 529,021,884 525,548,018
NORTH CAROLINA 195,420,470 225,857,814 247,799,483 264,244,146 275,387,905
NORTH DAKOTA 19,969,152 12,754,926 15,166,847 15,347,345 16,811,708
OHIO 0 184,258,108 381,173,196 431,788,003 439,628,767
OKLAHOMA 55,299,801 72,104,391 59,944,738 68,803,905 70,655,731
OREGON 107,085,018 117,104,710 130,053,840 108,347,032 100,424,802
PENNSYLVANIA 200,364,052 290,790,327 340,594,694 362,247,867 362,626,204
PUERTO RICO 3,599,374 4,708,139 5,494,121 6,545,414 8,145,166
RHODE ISLAND 20,985,671 26,265,261 28,000,098 31,559,905 31,180,085
SOUTH CAROLINA 28,267,847 24,475,614 26,545,995 26,816,526 31,553,121
SOUTH DAKOTA 17,707,647 19,172,707 20,052,368 19,926,629 20,127,439
TENNESSEE 73,134,961 104,366,452 115,070,727 131,018,507 142,966,579
TEXAS 382,820,790 434,961,220 509,657,420 674,614,805 727,326,889
UTAH 82,925,213 47,074,026 49,604,013 49,385,052 76,035,037
VERMONT 18,039,189 20,288,867 21,734,255 23,985,044 24,245,193
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 0 352,967 720,699
VIRGINIA 119,957,135 124,720,329 86,237,482 91,629,093 89,719,189
WASHINGTON 245,533,312 265,202,995 276,671,344 278,653,310 274,999,949
WEST VIRGINIA 26,728,571 31,823,664 40,222,201 42,560,044 48,052,841
WISCONSIN 322,029,901 329,657,829 337,681,065 376,563,504 397,213,541
WYOMING 21,319,709 22,490,704 23,073,442 22,996,109 22,086,914
TOTALS $5,073,333,407 $7,125,522,762 $7,900,686,310 $8,298,404,027 $8,452,305,462

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 C.

 

TABLE 6: DISTRIBUTED NEVER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
ALABAMA $97,928,721 $107,557,960 $114,845,812 $125,199,288 $137,182,451
ALASKA 30,447,160 29,146,120 31,691,909 33,013,657 32,920,353
ARIZONA 57,231,317 64,812,290 69,962,138 75,981,257 78,040,663
ARKANSAS 60,953,859 71,898,493 73,012,158 40,068,502 59,582,998
CALIFORNIA 978,676,942 695,802,960 562,985,986 440,267,431 760,276,617
COLORADO 73,032,638 82,332,595 88,283,346 86,377,551 92,436,252
CONNECTICUT 48,818,810 53,845,951 44,550,341 46,020,200 47,644,228
DELAWARE 17,011,452 19,199,199 20,228,786 27,795,218 30,046,777
DIST. OF COL. 22,906,052 22,013,253 22,076,915 21,421,598 17,517,372
FLORIDA 194,872,078 217,468,926 236,985,306 243,836,853 286,582,692
GEORGIA 133,176,432 159,104,342 172,265,558 187,187,002 207,450,543
GUAM 5,090,917 4,565,618 4,394,635 4,566,290 4,592,703
HAWAII 45,229,908 33,302,916 32,170,076 34,559,451 36,987,256
IDAHO 35,488,210 43,008,117 53,860,373 62,394,416 70,363,553
ILLINOIS 0 0 239,324,797 317,687,467 366,510,892
INDIANA 245,860,337 333,029,984 301,998,861 345,777,159 323,901,112
IOWA 62,337,645 71,155,656 74,657,298 81,985,362 88,659,483
KANSAS 65,307,789 47,111,113 58,075,609 53,171,974 54,717,792
KENTUCKY 145,244,303 106,638,473 26,664,860 4,801,154 1,692,753
LOUISIANA 97,629,335 99,598,405 110,269,548 123,504,270 132,203,641
MAINE 26,212,832 21,554,123 24,115,474 26,798,694 28,174,008
MARYLAND 258,156,342 257,077,903 223,078,660 225,380,631 226,758,737
MASSACHUSETTS 109,270,185 121,398,569 147,317,773 177,379,142 199,750,472
MICHIGAN 821,520,729 909,734,511 896,918,847 918,825,024 880,803,617
MINNESOTA 248,794,781 219,075,029 222,590,987 238,964,152 250,289,649
MISSISSIPPI 79,891,336 92,229,098 102,423,044 111,142,528 116,268,470
MISSOURI 161,246,582 183,388,970 233,191,426 259,009,688 278,331,400
MONTANA 14,445,191 18,404,774 17,684,475 17,275,256 17,971,498
NEBRASKA 86,424,163 83,165,576 88,805,326 78,703,121 81,171,506
NEVADA 84,510,239 65,785,875 65,649,302 69,227,657 73,106,779
NEW HAMPSHIRE 39,836,358 35,518,712 36,996,781 38,268,867 38,817,653
NEW JERSEY 394,572,501 427,603,260 460,103,531 496,725,764 532,785,807
NEW MEXICO 11,351,662 15,519,184 18,283,851 21,596,161 24,978,888
NEW YORK 727,752,342 532,216,987 567,572,808 673,303,872 746,846,629
NORTH CAROLINA 127,921,692 148,025,256 161,973,812 184,241,306 201,571,047
NORTH DAKOTA 19,444,043 27,582,248 30,518,317 33,465,099 35,408,922
OHIO 1,207,457,380 1,174,587,891 1,055,080,608 1,155,536,760 1,097,728,343
OKLAHOMA 21,242,912 23,490,351 49,116,738 57,442,832 66,133,638
OREGON 100,993,718 108,160,404 118,907,076 152,569,967 175,898,730
PENNSYLVANIA 842,806,164 819,277,628 851,351,467 910,465,278 939,679,746
PUERTO RICO 160,587,306 175,799,583 188,521,643 203,330,886 222,562,041
RHODE ISLAND 7,959,406 8,207,738 8,606,074 9,985,267 10,472,162
SOUTH CAROLINA 137,285,118 155,643,736 174,057,954 187,843,846 190,647,644
SOUTH DAKOTA 9,454,987 10,455,546 10,828,687 11,277,925 11,248,813
TENNESSEE 130,304,313 120,819,155 133,256,116 152,213,868 168,057,850
TEXAS 386,768,826 497,450,117 628,856,511 550,035,560 631,455,498
UTAH 3,977,207 63,926,387 68,159,728 73,399,304 50,058,029
VERMONT 9,564,063 10,850,269 12,358,433 13,483,152 14,540,939
VIRGIN ISLANDS 5,688,216 6,721,158 6,668,580 5,924,363 6,776,175
VIRGINIA 167,276,063 206,120,482 193,078,273 210,669,940 233,298,240
WASHINGTON 230,485,005 248,299,824 263,289,796 279,476,395 290,154,580
WEST VIRGINIA 79,825,729 75,622,283 55,971,896 46,692,252 45,576,824
WISCONSIN 200,698,889 230,144,432 236,850,430 186,804,927 167,208,259
WYOMING 16,844,956 19,219,298 21,355,828 23,306,040 24,980,302
TOTALS $9,347,815,141 $9,374,668,728 $9,711,844,564 $10,156,381,624 $10,908,823,026

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 D.

 

TABLE 7: DISTRIBUTED TANF/FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 (A+B) + line 7a C.
ALABAMA $18,036,476 $12,299,023 $13,407,464 $13,070,953 $12,310,721
ALASKA 17,577,892 16,892,594 17,449,991 16,452,343 16,092,505
ARIZONA 23,341,886 26,352,856 24,748,562 28,509,842 27,643,984
ARKANSAS 10,811,654 10,131,870 9,729,977 15,741,586 40,312,621
CALIFORNIA 620,161,467 750,717,372 695,488,696 582,988,895 634,613,021
COLORADO 31,875,023 30,192,919 25,564,337 24,836,128 23,265,732
CONNECTICUT 54,111,142 49,972,672 59,476,753 63,140,625 62,082,366
DELAWARE 7,423,602 7,181,976 9,750,595 7,169,614 6,812,164
DIST. OF COL. 5,070,325 4,498,173 4,271,870 4,737,603 5,193,572
FLORIDA 73,134,533 75,246,779 69,741,213 296,477,106 336,382,801
GEORGIA 47,776,366 43,828,552 41,404,893 43,164,775 44,219,189
GUAM 1,641,036 1,369,273 1,277,846 1,583,590 1,615,247
HAWAII 10,351,413 11,709,742 12,612,151 12,248,433 10,489,741
IDAHO 4,070,389 4,317,033 4,504,154 4,322,906 4,191,037
ILLINOIS 72,846,716 81,333,731 55,965,762 49,700,941 41,676,468
INDIANA 25,249,911 24,162,170 23,664,093 27,824,470 31,436,429
IOWA 44,115,571 43,711,127 50,909,642 87,456,333 95,343,557
KANSAS 28,907,321 28,151,417 16,530,153 20,025,764 21,533,413
KENTUCKY 35,856,698 33,507,796 34,364,821 35,734,880 32,324,467
LOUISIANA 17,785,320 16,443,934 17,551,900 17,906,938 17,368,413
MAINE 32,630,295 34,041,771 33,320,437 29,995,734 29,417,641
MARYLAND 25,145,281 25,310,057 22,364,732 21,567,764 21,047,658
MASSACHUSETTS 54,187,784 46,690,737 44,148,416 47,128,826 45,285,263
MICHIGAN 129,076,627 130,035,891 96,577,009 140,231,850 119,747,102
MINNESOTA 60,737,596 56,704,024 55,827,990 57,196,977 58,974,374
MISSISSIPPI 11,021,320 8,320,790 8,230,646 8,277,905 8,143,992
MISSOURI 36,960,099 46,755,784 46,261,137 50,901,728 45,675,281
MONTANA 6,087,975 5,737,782 5,115,717 5,852,920 6,136,508
NEBRASKA 12,855,070 11,993,259 15,542,507 15,126,677 13,480,624
NEVADA 7,393,901 8,432,493 6,094,051 6,176,779 6,612,294
NEW HAMPSHIRE 8,578,969 9,451,700 8,149,455 8,472,104 10,769,956
NEW JERSEY 72,504,596 65,688,342 63,410,606 63,336,873 60,489,944
NEW MEXICO 10,820,954 7,859,138 7,728,252 8,947,173 9,021,232
NEW YORK 182,002,707 193,062,787 179,339,460 168,267,753 141,406,689
NORTH CAROLINA 44,015,750 44,912,414 42,511,100 41,289,171 38,421,597
NORTH DAKOTA 4,818,149 4,252,837 5,597,671 5,361,060 5,788,315
OHIO 93,853,641 99,524,653 82,082,514 79,975,326 73,905,681
OKLAHOMA 20,517,317 20,016,128 19,922,193 20,005,757 19,825,778
OREGON 23,796,596 22,940,519 22,087,898 25,350,822 24,713,023
PENNSYLVANIA 97,359,317 95,291,974 98,932,246 98,729,901 94,051,598
PUERTO RICO 2,123,303 2,740,130 2,359,269 2,187,325 2,247,284
RHODE ISLAND 18,096,752 17,021,400 15,760,357 14,953,362 14,017,269
SOUTH CAROLINA 15,392,614 13,421,742 13,117,847 14,027,122 13,571,443
SOUTH DAKOTA 13,735,140 16,432,814 18,810,099 21,363,037 22,650,100
TENNESSEE 30,129,498 31,331,974 37,701,095 45,919,503 53,289,778
TEXAS 108,244,301 82,397,711 102,579,373 174,469,207 199,122,727
UTAH 20,433,786 19,236,492 21,282,202 20,818,545 20,493,898
VERMONT 8,367,119 8,800,878 7,900,909 6,272,797 5,647,286
VIRGIN ISLANDS 453,703 811,966 503,161 941,382 270,481
VIRGINIA 37,756,738 36,410,396 138,520,360 148,070,621 158,385,159
WASHINGTON 95,203,818 92,665,822 88,449,909 84,776,087 80,231,050
WEST VIRGINIA 5,810,897 16,134,468 44,986,945 66,009,416 67,281,016
WISCONSIN 37,722,653 43,234,336 44,452,461 34,738,477 34,434,927
WYOMING 3,733,912 3,403,166 3,444,365 3,272,291 2,784,854
TOTALS $2,481,712,919 $2,593,087,384 $2,591,527,262 $2,893,105,997 $2,972,249,270

 

TABLE 8: DISTRIBUTED TANF COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 8A + 7a C.

ALABAMA $17,789,460 $12,037,845 $13,081,128 $12,814,385 $11,962,934
ALASKA 17,326,937 16,574,167 16,998,004 15,835,000 15,537,769
ARIZONA 23,315,831 26,298,498 24,712,096 28,487,330 27,610,828
ARKANSAS 10,483,298 9,938,638 9,429,566 15,455,957 40,072,714
CALIFORNIA 610,164,357 736,055,339 679,824,184 566,941,125 615,595,467
COLORADO 30,937,000 29,191,663 24,310,791 23,628,421 21,886,027
CONNECTICUT 53,637,248 49,273,820 58,549,236 62,040,024 61,004,218
DELAWARE 7,233,044 7,088,250 9,678,214 6,936,324 6,547,542
DIST. OF COL. 5,070,325 4,493,467 4,232,870 4,703,342 5,093,648
FLORIDA 72,774,376 74,546,750 69,021,644 296,446,262 336,235,124
GEORGIA 46,749,172 42,665,090 40,091,267 41,700,268 42,615,892
GUAM 1,641,036 1,369,273 1,277,846 1,583,590 1,615,247
HAWAII 10,224,240 11,601,984 12,437,509 12,011,817 10,161,323
IDAHO 3,996,461 4,230,692 4,392,989 4,175,259 4,034,453
ILLINOIS 72,576,601 81,333,731 55,965,762 48,591,752 41,173,281
INDIANA 25,120,829 24,046,015 23,353,508 27,447,748 30,901,275
IOWA 43,025,171 42,386,123 48,774,826 85,646,119 93,898,214
KANSAS 27,300,537 26,391,916 15,407,682 19,064,853 20,064,779
KENTUCKY 35,197,015 32,609,979 33,196,076 34,174,073 30,683,592
LOUISIANA 17,511,081 16,157,142 17,287,648 17,595,999 16,911,475
MAINE 31,734,901 33,071,409 32,189,623 28,702,151 28,037,863
MARYLAND 24,451,261 24,380,720 21,273,218 20,869,060 20,369,530
MASSACHUSETTS 54,048,062 46,327,268 43,972,647 46,088,315 44,772,734
MICHIGAN 128,255,717 129,097,574 95,443,416 138,877,971 118,069,024
MINNESOTA 59,739,059 55,394,411 54,523,278 56,045,217 57,964,819
MISSISSIPPI 10,795,038 8,090,189 7,988,888 8,044,064 7,961,659
MISSOURI 35,588,209 44,930,751 44,104,812 48,429,689 43,638,169
MONTANA 5,824,056 5,501,303 4,892,651 5,641,698 5,977,323
NEBRASKA 12,499,309 11,595,452 14,946,060 11,477,860 10,335,755
NEVADA 7,268,246 8,333,224 5,909,349 5,929,114 6,385,693
NEW HAMPSHIRE 8,229,723 9,111,159 7,917,820 8,202,914 10,462,571
NEW JERSEY 70,845,431 63,823,432 61,431,801 61,109,093 58,213,037
NEW MEXICO 10,820,954 7,857,817 7,727,134 8,946,513 9,020,620
NEW YORK 179,403,859 186,985,819 172,580,848 158,509,297 133,514,112
NORTH CAROLINA 43,028,914 43,899,623 41,276,354 40,047,606 37,241,697
NORTH DAKOTA 4,673,558 4,060,034 5,313,061 5,112,946 5,504,577
OHIO 92,765,413 98,747,555 81,403,521 79,098,539 72,932,031
OKLAHOMA 20,053,041 19,248,113 19,012,137 18,463,155 18,200,372
OREGON 22,808,137 21,774,680 20,792,757 24,120,609 23,281,687
PENNSYLVANIA 88,881,758 82,868,297 84,759,873 84,624,274 80,441,986
PUERTO RICO 2,123,303 2,740,130 2,354,843 2,172,966 2,208,407
RHODE ISLAND 18,096,752 17,021,800 15,784,188 14,953,362 14,017,269
SOUTH CAROLINA 15,134,285 13,123,011 12,784,545 13,637,355 13,203,864
SOUTH DAKOTA 13,683,415 16,364,543 18,749,127 21,287,661 22,547,465
TENNESSEE 29,672,605 30,598,097 37,083,838 45,083,999 52,102,185
TEXAS 107,941,373 81,947,353 102,044,598 173,712,597 198,295,218
UTAH 19,729,263 18,430,452 20,390,596 20,115,233 19,830,463
VERMONT 8,099,963 8,567,419 7,733,390 6,106,410 5,465,166
VIRGIN ISLANDS 453,703 811,966 503,161 941,382 270,481
VIRGINIA 36,635,327 35,120,444 137,017,082 146,512,713 156,237,584
WASHINGTON 94,410,011 91,874,020 87,649,925 83,987,262 79,551,103
WEST VIRGINIA 5,781,380 16,088,877 44,910,405 65,933,754 67,190,660
WISCONSIN 35,692,517 41,014,460 42,399,898 32,218,511 31,452,047
WYOMING 3,621,628 3,313,769 3,354,311 3,181,307 2,675,504
TOTALS $2,434,864,190 $2,530,405,553 $2,522,242,001 $2,813,464,245 $2,890,978,477

 

TABLE 9: DISTRIBUTED FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 B.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA $247,016 $261,178 $326,336 $256,568 $347,787
ALASKA 250,955 318,427 451,987 617,343 554,736
ARIZONA 26,055 54,358 36,466 22,512 33,156
ARKANSAS 328,356 193,232 300,411 285,629 239,907
CALIFORNIA 9,997,110 14,662,033 15,664,512 16,047,770 19,017,554
COLORADO 938,023 1,001,256 1,253,546 1,207,707 1,379,705
CONNECTICUT 473,894 698,852 927,517 1,100,601 1,078,148
DELAWARE 190,558 93,726 72,381 233,290 264,622
DIST. OF COL. NA 4,706 39,000 34,261 99,924
FLORIDA 360,157 700,029 719,569 30,844 147,677
GEORGIA 1,027,194 1,163,462 1,313,626 1,464,507 1,603,297
GUAM NA NA NA NA NA
HAWAII 127,173 107,758 174,642 236,616 328,418
IDAHO 73,928 86,341 111,165 147,647 156,584
ILLINOIS 270,115 NA NA 1,109,189 503,187
INDIANA 129,082 116,155 310,585 376,722 535,154
IOWA 1,090,400 1,325,004 2,134,816 1,810,214 1,445,343
KANSAS 1,606,784 1,759,501 1,122,471 960,911 1,468,634
KENTUCKY 659,683 897,817 1,168,745 1,560,807 1,640,875
LOUISIANA 274,239 286,792 264,252 310,939 456,938
MAINE 895,394 970,362 1,130,814 1,293,583 1,379,778
MARYLAND 694,020 929,337 1,091,514 698,704 678,128
MASSACHUSETTS 139,722 363,469 175,769 1,040,511 512,529
MICHIGAN 820,910 938,317 1,133,593 1,353,879 1,678,078
MINNESOTA 998,537 1,309,613 1,304,712 1,151,760 1,009,555
MISSISSIPPI 226,282 230,601 241,758 233,841 182,333
MISSOURI 1,371,890 1,825,033 2,156,325 2,472,039 2,037,112
MONTANA 263,919 236,479 223,066 211,222 159,185
NEBRASKA 355,761 397,807 596,447 3,648,817 3,144,869
NEVADA 125,655 99,269 184,702 247,665 226,601
NEW HAMPSHIRE 349,246 340,541 231,635 269,190 307,385
NEW JERSEY 1,659,165 1,864,910 1,978,805 2,227,780 2,276,907
NEW MEXICO NA 1,321 1,118 660 612
NEW YORK 2,598,848 6,076,968 6,758,612 9,758,456 7,892,577
NORTH CAROLINA 986,836 1,012,791 1,234,746 1,241,565 1,179,900
NORTH DAKOTA 144,591 192,803 284,610 248,114 283,738
OHIO 1,088,228 777,098 678,993 876,787 973,650
OKLAHOMA 464,276 768,015 910,056 1,542,602 1,625,406
OREGON 988,459 1,165,839 1,295,141 1,230,213 1,431,336
PENNSYLVANIA 8,477,559 12,423,677 14,172,373 14,105,627 13,609,612
PUERTO RICO NA NA 4,426 14,359 38,877
RHODE ISLAND NA -400 -23,831 NA NA
SOUTH CAROLINA 258,329 298,731 333,302 389,767 367,579
SOUTH DAKOTA 51,725 68,271 60,972 75,376 102,635
TENNESSEE 456,893 733,877 617,257 835,504 1,187,593
TEXAS 302,928 450,358 534,775 756,610 827,509
UTAH 704,523 806,040 891,606 703,312 663,435
VERMONT 267,156 233,459 167,519 166,387 182,120
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA NA NA NA
VIRGINIA 1,121,411 1,289,952 1,503,278 1,557,908 2,147,575
WASHINGTON 793,807 791,802 799,984 788,825 679,947
WEST VIRGINIA 29,517 45,591 76,540 75,662 90,356
WISCONSIN 2,030,136 2,219,876 2,052,563 2,519,966 2,982,880
WYOMING 112,284 89,397 90,054 90,984 109,350
TOTALS $46,848,729 $62,681,831 $69,285,261 $79,641,752 $81,270,793

 

TABLE 10: DISTRIBUTED NON-TANF COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 7b C + 7c C + 8 D.

ALABAMA $167,893,438 $179,837,804 $186,832,573 $197,722,932 $210,956,925
ALASKA 49,553,954 54,209,125 60,455,427 64,845,093 63,256,986
ARIZONA 145,890,643 170,408,784 187,635,634 201,118,286 205,857,256
ARKANSAS 97,669,186 110,361,595 112,420,066 113,103,683 95,033,297
CALIFORNIA 984,012,234 1,308,755,566 1,292,273,241 1,178,406,898 1,497,428,923
COLORADO 131,671,000 145,927,337 164,165,503 177,677,149 179,844,711
CONNECTICUT 121,376,128 140,876,559 143,473,515 153,545,845 160,279,292
DELAWARE 37,538,401 41,828,350 43,655,304 52,338,376 54,691,973
DIST. OF COL. 30,067,671 30,531,643 33,488,296 35,805,890 39,120,571
FLORIDA 506,692,966 572,760,423 630,672,242 506,950,400 554,618,451
GEORGIA 282,855,189 318,066,517 342,091,121 372,025,504 409,453,509
GUAM 6,019,496 6,332,632 6,173,571 6,339,850 6,705,341
HAWAII 50,168,642 54,837,932 56,737,337 61,242,043 65,218,392
IDAHO 60,198,110 70,752,091 82,906,773 91,346,582 98,881,547
ILLINOIS 252,715,762 279,942,706 368,134,588 410,400,042 429,360,662
INDIANA 245,860,337 341,993,115 343,117,646 402,370,563 385,662,639
IOWA 157,103,734 175,010,849 186,027,329 168,033,663 174,629,158
KANSAS 109,073,830 111,030,167 110,646,139 114,166,507 117,716,829
KENTUCKY 170,384,508 192,924,860 214,592,576 245,182,766 248,854,156
LOUISIANA 170,346,090 197,457,416 215,939,609 242,445,326 255,641,929
MAINE 48,033,650 55,357,585 61,780,680 66,062,905 68,187,730
MARYLAND 325,020,661 342,619,994 357,038,469 374,757,774 388,184,771
MASSACHUSETTS 237,298,048 271,879,510 318,911,763 355,555,839 379,806,293
MICHIGAN 1,145,561,166 1,217,374,885 1,288,648,767 1,303,498,532 1,284,189,014
MINNESOTA 381,919,855 420,663,908 456,294,202 479,892,385 499,600,260
MISSISSIPPI 117,856,252 136,077,630 149,860,975 160,756,571 166,921,425
MISSOURI 248,858,737 292,233,294 326,393,581 359,964,927 387,317,938
MONTANA 32,133,880 35,014,150 35,911,419 37,597,933 38,148,855
NEBRASKA 97,710,241 130,458,324 144,344,295 128,091,485 133,233,834
NEVADA 84,727,984 70,876,569 77,956,091 85,239,518 93,021,077
NEW HAMPSHIRE 57,587,158 61,938,760 65,076,306 67,548,937 68,746,818
NEW JERSEY 562,612,381 613,506,004 661,271,921 711,318,604 754,531,326
NEW MEXICO 24,073,721 31,683,856 35,866,570 42,925,534 50,789,663
NEW YORK 727,752,342 908,918,890 969,461,424 1,120,956,856 1,199,697,269
NORTH CAROLINA 303,954,230 350,685,554 387,834,908 427,453,297 457,670,575
NORTH DAKOTA 36,060,612 37,575,477 42,030,997 45,483,468 48,745,094
OHIO 1,207,457,380 1,311,684,316 1,379,294,421 1,537,611,087 1,492,207,226
OKLAHOMA 75,674,586 87,166,209 96,323,345 111,786,043 122,608,650
OREGON 208,078,736 225,265,114 248,960,916 250,528,480 264,315,462
PENNSYLVANIA 1,010,327,734 1,072,130,503 1,153,269,775 1,233,190,577 1,262,603,947
PUERTO RICO 163,898,250 180,100,826 193,523,091 209,395,302 230,067,906
RHODE ISLAND 26,207,953 31,424,375 33,167,979 38,316,307 38,527,688
SOUTH CAROLINA 158,363,889 174,812,437 195,037,835 210,319,610 218,928,856
SOUTH DAKOTA 24,588,226 27,086,343 28,653,167 29,258,388 29,864,597
TENNESSEE 194,115,632 216,863,461 238,635,969 272,333,578 300,393,048
TEXAS 694,666,917 882,537,533 1,071,645,557 1,172,428,903 1,308,253,136
UTAH 86,902,420 98,863,281 106,088,694 112,234,240 116,614,531
VERMONT 26,513,236 29,937,144 32,796,563 35,229,463 36,563,145
VIRGIN ISLANDS 5,688,216 6,721,158 6,668,580 6,242,827 7,331,744
VIRGINIA 275,020,251 311,353,442 264,644,267 288,633,507 309,067,035
WASHINGTON 420,655,675 456,009,030 484,452,715 506,120,519 517,026,669
WEST VIRGINIA 103,568,700 104,214,712 92,246,140 85,184,427 89,780,973
WISCONSIN 494,779,762 525,811,313 539,269,863 539,439,653 543,411,832
WYOMING 34,728,358 38,493,079 41,270,111 43,336,200 44,569,678
TOTALS $13,419,488,158 $15,261,184,137 $16,366,069,846 $17,243,761,074 $18,204,140,612

 

TABLE 11: FEDERAL SHARE OF TANF/FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS 1
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 12 a + line 10 B; FY 2002, line 10.

1 Prior to FY 2002 incentives were paid out of the Federal share of collections and the net Federal share was reported. As of 10/01/2001, incentives are paid with appropriated dollars.

ALABAMA $8,140,021 $3,512,861 $5,061,030 $7,699,403 $7,171,380
ALASKA 6,210,499 6,004,585 6,585,301 8,481,926 8,548,680
ARIZONA 11,035,793 12,986,103 12,435,695 18,165,392 18,073,230
ARKANSAS 5,850,560 4,885,904 4,901,899 5,564,711 5,526,280
CALIFORNIA 234,774,423 301,761,703 272,806,524 275,963,539 302,197,800
COLORADO 9,899,492 8,935,544 6,953,571 12,026,385 11,347,632
CONNECTICUT 16,067,947 17,473,607 18,183,694 24,188,646 21,873,343
DELAWARE 2,145,517 2,006,502 1,767,180 2,929,969 2,798,964
DIST. OF COL. 1,951,116 1,692,833 2,118,440 2,331,312 2,509,314
FLORIDA 25,819,221 28,538,934 22,775,788 45,517,046 45,125,734
GEORGIA 12,371,359 11,750,305 10,359,062 18,105,787 18,558,587
GUAM 777,364 895,710 700,289 1,122,616 1,179,533
HAWAII 2,299,800 3,140,582 4,029,353 6,056,538 5,464,988
IDAHO 2,118,726 2,073,471 2,220,929 3,038,181 2,921,591
ILLINOIS 24,842,990 28,448,564 21,262,724 21,797,724 19,953,349
INDIANA 7,394,073 10,377,250 11,437,693 16,644,547 19,630,849
IOWA 21,834,296 21,450,304 20,137,793 23,953,368 24,074,397
KANSAS 13,222,619 13,156,677 6,309,370 11,440,666 12,200,291
KENTUCKY 19,989,480 17,058,363 17,476,830 24,448,067 22,061,988
LOUISIANA 9,125,903 7,567,224 7,968,493 11,244,438 10,871,283
MAINE 12,701,377 14,229,726 14,298,787 16,717,523 16,392,566
MARYLAND 7,732,188 8,379,119 7,368,929 10,679,673 10,416,513
MASSACHUSETTS 18,869,439 17,688,220 15,652,639 23,365,520 22,405,679
MICHIGAN 43,874,898 42,297,327 25,569,505 62,704,142 54,280,852
MINNESOTA 21,748,928 18,150,503 14,228,317 23,862,363 24,616,920
MISSISSIPPI 4,355,738 3,784,079 5,037,350 5,870,643 5,842,380
MISSOURI 12,810,011 18,102,723 20,226,596 30,243,843 27,162,857
MONTANA 2,970,284 1,472,384 1,395,502 4,102,825 4,305,424
NEBRASKA 4,919,037 3,836,603 5,143,518 6,048,175 5,279,783
NEVADA 1,525,563 1,835,083 601,385 2,845,197 3,219,573
NEW HAMPSHIRE 2,711,139 3,935,194 3,115,861 4,206,043 5,285,747
NEW JERSEY 24,980,809 21,530,168 17,581,109 30,557,777 29,101,452
NEW MEXICO 6,110,983 3,449,390 4,638,365 6,003,911 6,239,038
NEW YORK 62,067,847 64,066,358 59,747,172 76,443,950 64,441,210
NORTH CAROLINA 19,804,386 19,953,412 20,210,165 24,283,722 23,042,135
NORTH DAKOTA 2,519,170 2,226,783 3,131,772 3,693,216 3,901,212
OHIO 32,407,053 33,168,554 24,524,357 41,903,352 39,923,436
OKLAHOMA 10,293,467 11,029,466 10,992,571 13,737,615 13,701,005
OREGON 8,748,759 8,064,792 7,920,009 13,731,254 13,489,361
PENNSYLVANIA 33,173,382 32,867,922 33,544,516 47,207,605 43,324,167
PUERTO RICO 631,777 1,026,305 774,389 1,184,227 1,227,290
RHODE ISLAND 6,635,148 6,126,613 5,865,517 7,776,347 7,710,639
SOUTH CAROLINA 5,116,021 4,913,689 5,547,977 6,613,750 6,075,084
SOUTH DAKOTA 2,273,486 635,344 380,894 2,814,276 2,580,363
TENNESSEE 6,407,464 5,550,130 8,661,040 13,470,214 14,334,600
TEXAS 48,184,136 36,451,818 43,758,510 52,939,948 49,324,559
UTAH 11,399,554 11,133,208 10,800,452 12,494,840 12,193,264
VERMONT 3,006,225 3,521,406 3,208,767 3,909,883 3,482,121
VIRGIN ISLANDS 226,036 435,010 287,040 173,932 174,112
VIRGINIA 15,463,986 10,539,896 13,822,375 18,811,695 20,338,812
WASHINGTON 35,904,245 33,825,790 29,678,407 42,489,359 39,880,601
WEST VIRGINIA 2,090,452 3,579,458 7,675,386 10,093,497 10,198,316
WISCONSIN 12,460,936 15,032,715 13,030,140 18,839,017 19,747,127
WYOMING 1,934,184 1,681,107 1,734,153 2,008,898 1,686,287
TOTALS $921,929,307 $968,237,321 $895,645,130 $1,182,548,493 $1,167,413,698

 

TABLE 12: STATE SHARE OF TANF/FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 7a E - (lines 10 B + 11 E + 12a E).

ALABAMA $5,241,898 $3,144,419 $3,424,487 $3,229,488 $2,986,383
ALASKA 8,124,670 7,206,823 7,168,450 7,518,695 7,285,144
ARIZONA 7,908,214 8,860,428 8,298,890 9,789,966 8,801,459
ARKANSAS 2,678,949 2,531,580 2,393,660 2,095,960 1,913,516
CALIFORNIA 298,330,943 347,135,192 315,700,540 260,930,504 302,197,793
COLORADO 14,837,153 14,195,545 12,357,567 12,026,384 11,347,626
CONNECTICUT 23,648,357 22,290,936 21,783,691 24,188,647 21,873,337
DELAWARE 3,071,513 2,932,499 2,835,678 2,929,960 2,798,955
DIST. OF COL. 2,507,042 2,146,382 2,118,439 2,331,315 2,509,309
FLORIDA 32,227,673 32,629,873 30,154,377 35,144,031 31,579,579
GEORGIA 13,972,035 13,904,183 13,085,836 12,581,988 12,579,982
GUAM 579,865 331,903 309,389 374,204 393,177
HAWAII 4,259,798 4,898,599 5,132,940 4,693,441 3,833,957
IDAHO 1,220,776 1,276,530 1,300,599 1,239,743 1,195,646
ILLINOIS 35,626,059 40,277,288 26,553,149 21,797,721 19,953,343
INDIANA 7,366,308 8,009,896 8,570,015 10,184,189 12,047,139
IOWA 15,577,006 15,527,162 15,026,182 14,152,532 13,838,042
KANSAS 11,286,869 11,046,769 5,914,954 7,563,762 8,082,821
KENTUCKY 10,425,186 9,770,625 10,022,065 10,507,704 9,504,743
LOUISIANA 5,188,683 4,543,261 4,665,347 4,758,894 4,380,235
MAINE 8,957,322 9,809,425 9,504,430 8,391,405 8,362,139
MARYLAND 12,142,185 12,548,387 11,092,462 10,679,675 10,416,510
MASSACHUSETTS 26,955,285 22,602,183 21,722,068 23,365,514 22,405,673
MICHIGAN 56,952,941 50,443,885 35,256,073 48,552,323 43,663,667
MINNESOTA 27,771,128 26,022,952 23,813,655 23,862,363 24,616,917
MISSISSIPPI 2,399,038 1,818,454 1,789,826 1,844,752 1,782,757
MISSOURI 13,358,740 16,301,740 17,385,226 19,287,506 17,199,151
MONTANA 1,573,860 1,405,558 1,277,973 1,530,600 1,595,650
NEBRASKA 4,668,984 3,805,076 5,314,113 4,108,290 3,590,822
NEVADA 3,552,729 2,608,242 2,852,658 2,845,197 2,925,825
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4,035,135 4,646,384 4,108,855 4,206,036 5,285,743
NEW JERSEY 35,984,052 32,530,162 30,679,944 30,557,770 29,101,444
NEW MEXICO 2,738,442 2,979,283 1,929,902 2,216,123 2,128,770
NEW YORK 88,099,847 90,098,351 84,147,168 76,443,949 64,441,209
NORTH CAROLINA 15,263,427 15,764,179 15,351,552 15,227,706 13,789,921
NORTH DAKOTA 1,433,106 1,244,359 1,658,240 1,592,621 1,805,648
OHIO 35,691,105 36,440,374 29,903,130 29,385,100 27,938,941
OKLAHOMA 5,982,850 5,786,662 5,729,623 5,767,733 5,716,519
OREGON 9,165,537 8,937,409 8,826,005 9,463,432 8,933,113
PENNSYLVANIA 40,339,166 39,995,999 40,904,285 39,174,104 35,893,543
PUERTO RICO 519,976 518,104 434,130 394,739 409,094
RHODE ISLAND 8,153,600 7,808,773 7,218,877 7,049,864 6,207,483
SOUTH CAROLINA 3,244,212 2,884,151 2,665,593 2,924,397 2,627,227
SOUTH DAKOTA 1,499,266 1,488,142 1,376,470 1,454,306 1,371,795
TENNESSEE 5,971,748 5,467,827 6,335,495 7,696,055 7,858,618
TEXAS 40,379,443 31,934,873 40,043,732 35,044,013 32,896,742
UTAH 5,455,212 5,230,703 5,283,316 5,354,932 4,922,491
VERMONT 2,670,478 2,864,401 2,581,002 2,290,376 2,097,308
VIRGIN ISLANDS 105,345 167,503 115,680 57,978 58,037
VIRGINIA 17,724,145 16,805,686 18,375,171 17,751,367 19,912,151
WASHINGTON 45,326,691 44,447,296 43,400,712 41,865,136 39,880,598
WEST VIRGINIA 1,338,056 1,668,220 2,812,594 3,316,222 3,392,192
WISCONSIN 13,523,868 19,254,476 21,639,061 14,482,227 14,049,086
WYOMING 1,330,007 1,206,740 1,206,714 1,232,826 1,063,692
TOTALS $1,048,385,923 $1,080,195,852 $1,003,551,990 $947,455,765 $947,442,662

 

TABLE 13: GROSS UNDISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 9.

* Calfornia is showing a large reduction in UDC. This information has not yet been audited.

ALABAMA $3,264,619 $3,702,988 $4,734,749 $4,424,712 $4,877,199
ALASKA 1,747,989 3,631,382 2,508,112 534,785 2,565,900
ARIZONA 9,506,708 9,670,005 14,361,211 13,096,959 14,085,379
ARKANSAS 3,990,073 3,593,031 4,577,835 3,749,972 3,308,007
CALIFORNIA 127,951,927 176,295,648 190,181,896 186,537,775 28,845,369*
COLORADO 709,811 4,333,036 332,430 3,464,898 9,189,282
CONNECTICUT 1,381,555 1,718,800 2,323,585 1,916,064 2,447,155
DELAWARE 3,509,654 4,551,948 2,415,152 2,136,854 1,858,022
DIST. OF COL. 1,361,607 1,778,266 1,916,077 2,497,853 1,114,978
FLORIDA 45,673,093 41,704,057 41,423,618 28,062,245 23,789,996
GEORGIA 2,518,115 317,413 9,230,025 14,413,623 2,892,523
GUAM 1,721,121 3,365,040 4,894,464 5,841,373 5,386,458
HAWAII 1,220,932 3,785,481 7,059,169 6,720,123 7,568,893
IDAHO 16,940 129,504 416,704 975,372 1,049,902
ILLINOIS 261,935 1,316,851 3,084,576 7,266,379 6,747,848
INDIANA 16,667,625 14,000,594 31,903,750 10,972,751 13,095,786
IOWA 989,989 4,499,764 3,915,089 3,577,523 3,994,997
KANSAS 527,474 4,047,695 4,293,978 4,634,878 4,550,704
KENTUCKY 11,072,597 11,276,489 12,730,602 6,098,886 7,157,992
LOUISIANA 387,290 826,468 1,850,960 581,527 545,454
MAINE 4,464,573 4,254,567 1,631,087 1,664,761 2,071,569
MARYLAND 7,828,829 10,786,404 7,233,707 1,682,252 22,090,592
MASSACHUSETTS 7,220,855 11,252,358 19,557,667 22,310,192 20,727,334
MICHIGAN 28,839,733 26,663,076 44,162,708 69,659,816 60,752,771
MINNESOTA -884,922 7,513,981 4,863,769 4,374,975 8,107,073
MISSISSIPPI 2,800,100 3,222,524 5,780,887 4,870,583 6,923,728
MISSOURI 18,851,746 18,820,049 16,064,945 10,626,121 7,742,495
MONTANA 264,903 933,690 1,044,189 323,898 325,460
NEBRASKA 984,217 3,907,814 3,823,910 8,410,523 3,102,921
NEVADA 1,555,070 1,620,635 3,170,975 4,384,210 3,059,736
NEW HAMPSHIRE 1,401,062 835,135 1,767,944 2,701,755 2,364,354
NEW JERSEY 4,067,792 8,549,686 9,238,774 8,061,033 8,907,879
NEW MEXICO 1,506,687 2,356,732 3,484,493 3,179,510 2,573,638
NEW YORK 52,860,921 57,464,975 62,128,934 69,261,422 77,583,778
NORTH CAROLINA 10,097,638 8,952,542 9,178,966 7,601,683 12,521,193
NORTH DAKOTA 1,288,608 2,196,554 1,640,699 1,473,636 1,745,797
OHIO 19,070,984 19,703,191 38,362,652 33,710,316 26,219,208
OKLAHOMA 2,277,423 1,404,426 1,333,543 3,487,116 3,184,018
OREGON 1,796,673 1,552,068 1,655,788 321,560 2,587,944
PENNSYLVANIA 19,702,135 17,140,468 14,847,756 19,875,906 33,755,978
PUERTO RICO 5,534,272 4,298,637 3,686,511 4,379,119 3,920,231
RHODE ISLAND 1,488,480 2,555,282 4,669,220 3,044,252 3,353,552
SOUTH CAROLINA 4,993,564 6,117,837 5,822,387 5,902,708 6,276,465
SOUTH DAKOTA 715,738 998,649 801,976 564,057 579,075
TENNESSEE 72,480,009 71,123,844 75,921,040 21,941,266 12,233,531
TEXAS 34,935,212 28,301,977 19,054,722 4,614,614 18,626,391
UTAH 926,179 763,059 1,206,276 955,500 1,143,513
VERMONT 1,622,436 1,770,454 2,616,364 4,345,723 6,119,175
VIRGIN ISLANDS 254,395 396,784 184,144 808,217 616,195
VIRGINIA 4,760,287 5,098,420 5,381,036 3,835,951 4,780,850
WASHINGTON 3,099,927 2,777,568 2,875,707 2,723,852 3,179,747
WEST VIRGINIA 8,367,836 10,425,260 9,061,558 9,020,234 9,715,823
WISCONSIN 7,179,527 6,923,899 9,880,943 7,965,614 8,804,461
WYOMING 1,000,698 2,638,832 1,933,157 2,052,248 2,392,731
TOTALS $567,834,641 $647,865,837 $738,222,416 $657,639,175 $533,161,050

 

TABLE 14: NET UNDISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 9bE 4th quarter.

* Calfornia is showing a large reduction in Undistributed Collections. This information has not yet been audited.

ALABAMA $3,264,619 $3,702,988 $4,734,749 $4,424,712 $4,877,199
ALASKA 1,747,989 3,631,382 2,508,112 534,785 2,565,900
ARIZONA 9,506,708 9,670,005 14,361,211 13,096,959 14,085,379
ARKANSAS 3,990,073 3,593,031 4,577,835 3,749,972 3,308,007
CALIFORNIA 127,905,701 176,270,539 190,181,896 186,922,801 28,800,483*
COLORADO 629,475 4,282,615 332,430 3,465,551 9,178,070
CONNECTICUT 1,381,555 1,718,800 2,323,585 1,916,064 2,447,155
DELAWARE 3,509,654 4,551,948 2,415,152 2,136,854 1,858,022
DIST. OF COL. 1,361,607 1,734,501 1,916,077 2,497,853 1,114,978
FLORIDA 45,673,093 41,704,057 41,423,618 28,062,245 23,789,996
GEORGIA 2,518,115 317,413 9,230,025 14,315,210 2,878,155
GUAM 1,721,121 3,365,040 4,894,464 5,841,373 5,386,458
HAWAII 1,220,932 3,785,481 7,059,169 6,720,123 7,568,893
IDAHO 16,940 129,504 416,704 975,372 1,049,902
ILLINOIS 261,935 1,316,851 3,084,576 7,266,379 6,747,848
INDIANA 16,667,625 14,000,594 31,903,750 10,972,751 13,095,786
IOWA 989,989 4,499,764 3,915,089 3,577,523 3,994,997
KANSAS 527,474 4,047,695 4,293,978 4,634,878 4,550,704
KENTUCKY 11,072,597 11,276,489 12,730,602 6,098,886 7,157,992
LOUISIANA 387,290 826,468 1,850,960 581,527 545,454
MAINE 4,464,573 4,254,567 1,631,087 1,664,761 2,071,569
MARYLAND 7,828,829 10,786,404 7,233,707 1,682,252 22,090,592
MASSACHUSETTS 7,220,855 11,252,358 19,557,667 22,310,192 20,727,334
MICHIGAN 28,818,050 26,663,060 44,162,708 68,873,023 60,702,843
MINNESOTA -884,922 7,513,981 4,863,769 4,374,975 8,107,073
MISSISSIPPI 2,800,100 3,222,524 5,780,887 4,870,583 6,923,728
MISSOURI 18,851,746 18,820,049 16,064,945 10,626,121 7,742,495
MONTANA 262,726 933,690 1,044,189 323,107 325,460
NEBRASKA 984,217 3,907,814 3,823,910 8,410,523 3,102,921
NEVADA -20,468,035 1,620,635 3,170,975 4,384,210 3,059,736
NEW HAMPSHIRE 1,401,062 835,135 1,767,944 2,701,755 2,364,354
NEW JERSEY 4,058,470 8,258,611 9,238,774 8,041,730 8,872,767
NEW MEXICO 1,230,011 2,356,732 3,484,493 3,179,510 2,573,638
NEW YORK 52,860,921 57,464,975 62,128,934 69,261,422 77,583,778
NORTH CAROLINA 10,097,638 8,952,542 9,178,966 7,601,683 12,521,193
NORTH DAKOTA 1,288,608 2,196,554 1,640,699 1,473,636 1,745,797
OHIO 19,070,984 19,703,191 38,362,652 33,710,316 26,219,208
OKLAHOMA 2,277,423 1,404,426 1,333,543 3,487,116 3,184,018
OREGON 1,796,673 1,552,068 1,655,788 321,560 2,587,873
PENNSYLVANIA 19,702,135 17,140,468 14,847,756 19,875,906 33,755,978
PUERTO RICO 5,534,272 4,275,058 3,686,511 4,329,941 3,872,697
RHODE ISLAND 1,488,480 2,555,282 4,669,220 3,044,252 3,353,552
SOUTH CAROLINA 5,013,990 6,122,065 5,822,387 5,907,523 6,286,571
SOUTH DAKOTA 715,738 998,649 801,976 564,057 579,075
TENNESSEE 72,480,009 71,123,844 75,921,040 21,941,266 11,645,345
TEXAS 34,935,212 28,301,977 19,054,722 4,614,614 18,626,391
UTAH 926,179 763,059 1,206,276 955,500 1,143,507
VERMONT 1,622,436 1,770,454 2,616,364 4,345,723 6,119,175
VIRGIN ISLANDS 254,395 396,784 184,144 808,217 616,195
VIRGINIA 4,714,466 5,074,764 5,381,036 3,828,177 4,805,946
WASHINGTON 3,099,927 2,777,568 2,875,707 2,723,852 3,179,747
WEST VIRGINIA 8,367,836 10,425,260 9,061,558 9,020,234 9,715,823
WISCONSIN 7,179,527 6,527,459 9,880,943 7,789,226 8,557,380
WYOMING 1,000,698 2,638,832 1,933,157 2,052,248 2,392,731
TOTALS $545,349,721 $647,016,004 $738,222,416 $656,891,029 $532,157,868

 

TABLE 15: PERCENT OF UNDISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS, FY 2003
STATES **Net Undistributed Collections FY 03 Collections Received and FY 02 Collections Remaining Undistributed ***Adjustments Percent of Undistributed Collections
ALABAMA $4,877,199 $370,310,417 $228,144,845 2.14
ALASKA 2,565,900 93,325,057 81,915,473 3.13
ARIZONA 14,085,379 509,138,307 247,586,620 5.69
ARKANSAS 3,308,007 212,042,218 138,653,925 2.39
CALIFORNIA 28,800,483* 2,436,724,750 2,160,860,606 1.33
COLORADO 9,178,070 316,792,208 212,308,247 4.32
CONNECTICUT 2,447,155 266,142,347 224,808,813 1.09
DELAWARE 1,858,022 80,916,916 63,362,159 2.93
DIST. OF COL. 1,114,978 59,084,405 45,423,139 2.45
FLORIDA 23,789,996 1,021,311,174 914,791,248 2.60
GEORGIA 2,878,155 543,406,174 456,565,221 0.63
GUAM 5,386,458 14,890,597 13,707,047 39.30
HAWAII 7,568,893 104,784,994 83,277,026 9.09
IDAHO 1,049,902 117,073,218 104,122,486 1.01
ILLINOIS 6,747,848 896,525,688 477,784,978 1.41
INDIANA 13,095,786 667,835,229 430,370,448 3.04
IOWA 3,994,997 363,370,899 273,967,713 1.46
KANSAS 4,550,704 155,908,497 143,800,948 3.16
KENTUCKY 7,157,992 337,570,623 288,336,615 2.48
LOUISIANA 545,454 295,514,612 273,555,796 0.20
MAINE 2,071,569 107,818,353 99,676,940 2.08
MARYLAND 22,090,592 459,302,710 431,323,018 5.12
MASSACHUSETTS 20,727,334 485,827,716 445,818,891 4.65
MICHIGAN 60,702,843 1,592,129,514 1,464,815,009 4.14
MINNESOTA 8,107,073 583,386,306 566,681,705 1.43
MISSISSIPPI 6,923,728 210,983,654 181,989,146 3.80
MISSOURI 7,742,495 534,030,197 440,738,517 1.76
MONTANA 325,460 53,972,302 44,611,854 0.73
NEBRASKA 3,102,921 174,888,811 149,817,379 2.07
NEVADA 3,059,736 129,754,205 104,353,691 2.93
NEW HAMPSHIRE 2,364,354 86,831,043 81,881,128 2.89
NEW JERSEY 8,872,767 910,337,103 823,995,501 1.08
NEW MEXICO 2,573,638 75,483,842 62,384,533 4.13
NEW YORK 77,583,778 1,513,045,811 1,418,687,736 5.47
NORTH CAROLINA 12,521,193 593,781,374 509,231,518 2.46
NORTH DAKOTA 1,745,797 79,567,228 56,320,146 3.10
OHIO 26,219,208 1,910,105,734 1,592,332,114 1.65
OKLAHOMA 3,184,018 168,091,234 145,618,446 2.19
OREGON 2,587,873 316,547,915 291,616,429 0.89
PENNSYLVANIA 33,755,978 1,433,914,876 1,390,411,523 2.43
PUERTO RICO 3,872,697 250,478,601 236,393,208 1.64
RHODE ISLAND 3,353,552 73,002,194 55,898,936 6.00
SOUTH CAROLINA 6,286,571 251,135,308 238,774,235 2.63
SOUTH DAKOTA 579,075 61,902,550 53,093,772 1.09
TENNESSEE 11,645,345 446,131,248 365,916,357 3.18
TEXAS 18,626,391 1,905,787,057 1,526,005,712 1.22
UTAH 1,143,507 148,907,079 138,252,300 0.83
VERMONT 6,119,175 56,825,402 48,329,606 12.66
VIRGIN ISLANDS 616,195 9,835,045 8,218,420 7.50
VIRGINIA 4,805,946 538,722,844 472,031,940 1.02
WASHINGTON 3,179,747 659,774,973 600,437,466 0.53
WEST VIRGINIA 9,715,823 180,476,727 166,779,680 5.83
WISCONSIN 8,557,380 922,844,672 587,591,615 1.46
WYOMING 2,392,731 62,507,694 49,823,166 4.80
TOTALS $532,157,868 $25,850,799,652 $21,713,194,990 2.45

* California is showing a large reduction in UDC. This information has not yet been audited.

** Nets out undistributable collections.

*** The adjustments are: the balance remaining undistributed plus the collections received plus any adjustments reported by the state minus collections forwarded to non-IV-D cases minus collections forwarded to other states.

 

TABLE 16: COLLECTIONS FORWARDED TO NON-IV-D CASES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 4E.

ALABAMA $0 $0 $36,259,744 $113,021,587 $122,949,590
ALASKA 441,456 858,189 993,558 276,033 234,424
ARIZONA 204,228,649 253,283,730 264,541,372 275,047,096 236,053,234
ARKANSAS 0 0 15,805,546 55,555,718 57,581,712
CALIFORNIA 0 0 0 0 0
COLORADO 0 56,836,605 79,267,723 77,596,630 75,279,649
CONNECTICUT 509,117 3,903,673 12,266,511 19,549,296 24,732,006
DELAWARE 11,519,960 12,661,273 13,353,898 11,794,549 10,968,503
DIST. OF COL. 10,931,671 10,146,625 10,532,726 6,747,751 6,210,695
FLORIDA 0 0 0 0 0
GEORGIA 635,370 16,375,713 24,916,176 30,295,867 33,208,522
GUAM 0 803,163 747,107 684,556 685,498
HAWAII 19,888,199 16,883,456 15,336,497 14,140,674 12,780,813
IDAHO 1,599,560 4,738,366 4,092,336 3,596,358 3,256,244
ILLINOIS 0 271,813,156 316,290,955 332,995,136 377,575,787
INDIANA 0 47,919,109 197,763,139 205,991,148 218,861,848
IOWA 0 60,324,787 69,793,887 72,262,732 74,240,456
KANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
KENTUCKY 3,527,271 14,697,834 25,987,114 31,852,528 34,790,898
LOUISIANA 2,432,133 2,659,266 2,781,527 2,451,366 2,189,401
MAINE 1,815,125 1,943,159 1,837,242 1,803,009 1,773,520
MARYLAND 1,918,719 2,585,120 2,496,299 2,454,639 2,454,186
MASSACHUSETTS 103,486 8,083,685 16,639,938 18,625,961 18,660,799
MICHIGAN 57,802,007 54,407,807 47,621,935 59,206,297 60,789,175
MINNESOTA 1,875,759 3,066,231 3,450,565 2,944,667 3,090,522
MISSISSIPPI 5,396,776 5,225,625 4,974,303 4,783,208 4,414,071
MISSOURI 0 32,700,899 53,133,428 62,466,266 62,398,286
MONTANA 785,072 1,224,958 1,294,074 1,235,213 1,232,364
NEBRASKA 0 0 0 11,669,700 21,389,869
NEVADA 33,727,606 49,500 200,306 240,451 220,720
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 2,870 2,670
NEW JERSEY 17,095,787 25,660,703 33,084,834 35,515,733 40,440,917
NEW MEXICO 5,068,040 6,290,023 6,753,737 6,863,178 6,212,412
NEW YORK 2,853,820 -2,853,820 234,948 47,034 0
NORTH CAROLINA 0 53,123,893 44,738,471 48,038,733 50,370,572
NORTH DAKOTA 8,702,750 17,423,961 17,501,834 18,867,594 19,424,823
OHIO 322,131,669 278,405,918 326,699,943 232,519,895 229,370,766
OKLAHOMA 0 0 40,752 2,581,013 7,369,477
OREGON 832,494 842,597 750,219 561,038 218,891
PENNSYLVANIA 29,581 781,961 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 1,685,380 1,960,298 1,530,163 1,936,695 3,256,244
RHODE ISLAND 4,369,355 7,709,745 9,114,905 10,867,497 11,763,527
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 484,987 1,466,423 2,145,131 2,450,591 2,604,981
TENNESSEE 0 36,181,682 35,532,616 38,884,889 40,226,565
TEXAS 0 151,497 13,895,008 67,445,579 296,224,257
UTAH 3,064,787 2,117,869 1,645,708 1,234,805 901,661
VERMONT 6,043,617 6,184,234 6,155,286 5,968,753 5,944,440
VIRGIN ISLANDS 11,492 10,882 12,248 14,343 -11,936
VIRGINIA 10,265,602 15,397,803 17,885,340 19,671,500 21,613,370
WASHINGTON 16,835,060 17,462,200 18,792,871 20,138,073 20,584,866
WEST VIRGINIA 7,217,961 6,761,620 4,485,818 3,105,228 3,734,873
WISCONSIN 299,039,861 307,862,325 308,682,602 317,383,594 319,617,241
WYOMING 0 0 7,393,470 6,633,560 6,843,933
TOTALS $1,064,870,179 $1,666,133,743 $2,079,453,810 $2,260,020,631 $2,554,737,342

 

TABLE 17: TOTAL WAGE WITHHOLDING FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS 1
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 2e

1 Beginning in FY 1999, income withholding includes collections received for non-IV-D child support cases processed through the state disbursement unit.

ALABAMA $104,019,714 $110,366,865 $154,564,702 $239,208,701 $261,938,263
ALASKA 39,748,035 40,986,750 43,949,754 47,040,471 48,141,985
ARIZONA 276,336,406 330,603,068 355,907,532 370,408,787 343,159,377
ARKANSAS 79,059,854 90,178,524 99,990,745 143,444,041 146,105,012
CALIFORNIA 963,096,065 1,267,170,618 1,226,226,517 1,066,785,698 1,357,533,427
COLORADO 98,039,220 171,231,566 196,761,329 199,794,708 200,168,865
CONNECTICUT 107,037,469 125,189,493 142,281,422 153,471,004 160,780,717
DELAWARE 45,375,134 52,094,794 56,403,564 55,373,782 52,458,040
DIST. OF COL. 40,919,785 33,707,905 34,795,563 37,866,492 40,153,689
FLORIDA 267,327,561 364,825,920 402,954,040 421,563,027 507,888,389
GEORGIA 194,325,682 249,949,363 274,035,093 302,303,515 335,336,125
GUAM 5,347,858 6,964,034 6,759,169 6,395,449 5,580,878
HAWAII 58,315,234 62,335,799 65,015,995 67,238,549 68,077,103
IDAHO 36,039,158 45,731,419 52,888,480 57,128,299 60,094,016
ILLINOIS 206,257,306 516,759,311 612,991,692 660,308,433 722,702,029
INDIANA 56,085,335 254,388,616 436,399,844 455,762,494 473,929,765
IOWA 131,898,469 211,076,482 231,490,447 246,753,853 259,632,481
KANSAS 83,297,826 88,352,997 88,936,280 89,651,100 92,299,467
KENTUCKY 101,796,404 134,520,604 153,990,281 173,886,907 186,704,023
LOUISIANA 121,444,140 143,330,691 155,956,027 170,736,925 186,230,910
MAINE 53,000,022 60,015,712 63,359,271 64,210,502 66,196,656
MARYLAND 209,480,689 245,200,826 273,314,456 271,623,143 303,160,893
MASSACHUSETTS 199,667,766 241,530,104 287,612,938 306,757,760 318,030,113
MICHIGAN 989,155,317 1,041,064,806 1,070,852,371 1,139,811,006 1,072,381,513
MINNESOTA 320,683,337 359,187,041 385,632,267 404,336,970 415,689,573
MISSISSIPPI 98,222,480 109,964,653 117,118,498 119,416,854 127,706,643
MISSOURI 173,232,033 235,462,761 278,825,870 308,132,411 317,894,696
MONTANA 24,514,623 27,256,914 28,122,509 29,068,392 30,628,924
NEBRASKA 34,239,402 61,857,045 68,166,214 70,546,270 104,061,021
NEVADA 54,023,878 58,759,545 65,862,851 71,662,989 80,007,632
NEW HAMPSHIRE 45,222,738 49,905,969 51,675,137 52,587,894 53,618,156
NEW JERSEY 437,151,918 488,793,746 524,518,725 554,940,301 590,519,277
NEW MEXICO 22,381,636 27,896,806 33,008,921 40,123,164 46,912,467
NEW YORK 612,101,695 822,635,616 859,340,018 954,923,572 1,006,697,138
NORTH CAROLINA 243,857,670 314,756,529 330,684,422 365,314,342 392,094,055
NORTH DAKOTA 34,050,067 45,390,044 46,208,916 50,926,796 54,488,452
OHIO 1,304,286,899 1,389,864,294 1,380,810,038 1,445,229,461 1,429,681,555
OKLAHOMA 49,634,940 59,859,374 67,451,457 83,735,579 98,949,563
OREGON 128,705,047 147,858,192 161,862,715 167,963,083 182,744,181
PENNSYLVANIA 48,675,183 353,053,977 867,421,911 919,066,762 947,150,441
PUERTO RICO 62,850,709 71,203,594 58,838,280 70,506,986 82,948,472
RHODE ISLAND 30,491,670 36,256,153 38,448,376 40,894,075 43,702,474
SOUTH CAROLINA 91,242,136 101,837,596 116,831,549 125,010,971 132,616,978
SOUTH DAKOTA 27,330,008 32,328,324 35,449,706 38,194,447 40,253,020
TENNESSEE 55,185,558 189,961,431 212,037,395 249,766,891 285,941,429
TEXAS 397,832,166 542,349,442 714,089,482 880,187,864 1,258,694,640
UTAH 81,210,493 87,879,220 94,293,027 97,587,086 100,999,598
VERMONT 30,150,651 33,017,841 34,809,449 27,912,590 35,786,964
VIRGIN ISLANDS 4,159,624 4,412,166 4,631,804 5,520,381 5,387,171
VIRGINIA 240,155,231 317,099,775 354,079,774 378,500,493 398,566,341
WASHINGTON 317,067,334 339,406,198 357,455,468 362,543,704 366,014,228
WEST VIRGINIA 78,230,424 87,700,016 104,799,317 114,646,368 117,768,212
WISCONSIN 592,423,681 663,110,790 675,505,970 660,107,208 654,087,965
WYOMING 17,459,272 21,535,647 27,965,299 30,255,121 31,496,576
TOTALS $10,123,842,952 $12,968,176,966 $14,583,382,877 $15,467,133,671 $16,701,791,578

 

TABLE 18: TOTAL COLLECTIONS MADE BY METHOD OF COLLECTION, FY 2003
STATES Offset of Federal Tax Refund Offset of State Tax Refund Offset of Unemployment Compensation Other Sources1 Income Withholding2 Other States Total
ALABAMA $21,224,222 $1,738,667 $380,451 $64,115,056 $261,938,263 $16,489,046 $365,885,705
ALASKA 4,623,018 0 3,527,820 26,621,564 48,141,985 9,875,885 92,790,272
ARIZONA 24,529,048 2,470,777 5,786,791 100,134,513 343,159,377 19,960,842 496,041,348
ARKANSAS 14,154,609 2,260,083 3,445,388 29,858,293 146,105,012 12,468,861 208,292,246
CALIFORNIA 206,097,119 38,726,440 76,540,347 488,292,376 1,357,533,427 82,612,240 2,249,801,949
COLORADO 18,217,870 2,760,149 5,833,437 63,674,166 200,168,865 22,672,170 313,326,657
CONNECTICUT 20,038,239 3,051,750 9,822,806 46,344,081 160,780,717 24,188,690 264,226,283
DELAWARE 3,039,801 172,561 2,673,450 8,370,776 52,458,040 12,065,434 78,780,062
DIST. OF COL. 4,519,779 598,096 562,592 8,565,747 40,153,689 2,186,650 56,586,553
FLORIDA 80,507,426 0 13,490,795 312,282,127 507,888,389 79,080,192 993,248,929
GEORGIA 30,620,451 7,471,200 7,124,968 92,756,164 335,336,125 55,782,056 529,090,964
GUAM 642,231 490,311 0 956,737 5,580,878 1,379,067 9,049,224
HAWAII 8,437,597 1,698,532 1,361,067 14,571,617 68,077,103 3,918,955 98,064,871
IDAHO 7,530,599 1,945,116 2,331,245 26,517,830 60,094,016 17,679,040 116,097,846
ILLINOIS 46,071,226 3,419,932 14,691,578 102,184,499 722,702,029 190,045 889,259,309
INDIANA 42,128,472 4,184,348 15,795,121 106,426,345 473,929,765 14,398,427 656,862,478
IOWA 18,549,068 3,022,143 10,638,709 33,340,556 259,632,481 34,610,419 359,793,376
KANSAS 16,086,326 3,218,496 6,675,928 32,993,401 92,299,467 0 151,273,618
KENTUCKY 24,265,795 2,160,337 2,831,264 80,025,062 186,704,023 35,485,256 331,471,737
LOUISIANA 23,219,385 972,554 6,642,445 54,059,865 186,230,910 23,807,926 294,933,085
MAINE 9,186,763 1,403,492 2,990,390 19,265,313 66,196,656 7,110,978 106,153,592
MARYLAND 22,322,211 6,788,037 10,759,181 78,431,564 303,160,893 36,158,572 457,620,458
MASSACHUSETTS 18,329,043 4,414,353 24,251,902 86,318,611 318,030,113 12,173,502 463,517,524
MICHIGAN 84,696,464 10,468,827 29,037,229 291,177,828 1,072,381,513 35,494,629 1,523,256,490
MINNESOTA 20,714,860 9,108,006 22,320,129 81,827,048 415,689,573 29,351,743 579,011,359
MISSISSIPPI 18,486,517 1,106,325 5,603,973 30,194,542 127,706,643 23,015,067 206,113,067
MISSOURI 39,509,203 5,456,021 14,109,174 120,096,743 317,894,696 26,338,240 523,404,077
MONTANA 3,664,652 598,652 1,141,059 8,952,924 30,628,924 8,662,984 53,649,195
NEBRASKA 6,588,199 1,489,367 3,811,951 36,789,340 104,061,021 13,738,410 166,478,288
NEVADA 8,732,795 0 4,221,611 16,670,806 80,007,632 15,737,152 125,369,996
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4,886,108 0 270,065 18,417,709 53,618,156 6,937,250 84,129,288
NEW JERSEY 32,535,705 6,399,630 41,843,637 187,521,004 590,519,277 43,476,120 902,295,373
NEW MEXICO 6,645,659 1,228,605 0 14,096,158 46,912,467 3,421,443 72,304,332
NEW YORK 43,233,116 18,943,073 52,922,963 268,148,695 1,006,697,138 53,839,404 1,443,784,389
NORTH CAROLINA 27,146,179 5,484,107 12,810,713 103,222,545 392,094,055 45,422,092 586,179,691
NORTH DAKOTA 4,012,827 203,691 1,175,547 10,411,490 54,488,452 7,801,585 78,093,592
OHIO 98,080,867 12,080,999 38,318,330 262,477,268 1,429,681,555 35,756,403 1,876,395,422
OKLAHOMA 16,918,397 2,559,567 1,941,227 30,839,004 98,949,563 13,396,360 164,604,118
OREGON 17,541,642 2,395,182 16,357,928 57,191,206 182,744,181 39,996,216 316,226,355
PENNSYLVANIA 52,987,052 5,750,195 66,840,072 268,800,335 947,150,441 72,510,875 1,414,038,970
PUERTO RICO 7,931,706 4,206,797 0 140,541,875 82,948,472 10,519,810 246,148,660
RHODE ISLAND 3,345,960 391,475 2,407,634 13,832,976 43,702,474 6,277,421 69,957,940
SOUTH CAROLINA 12,230,261 3,290,752 3,386,892 92,260,203 132,616,978 1,442,699 245,227,785
SOUTH DAKOTA 4,232,727 0 574,363 10,878,978 40,253,020 5,399,405 61,338,493
TENNESSEE 29,531,257 0 7,521,990 67,468,776 285,941,429 33,726,530 424,189,982
TEXAS 123,791,243 0 40,403,871 429,183,649 1,258,694,640 49,099,041 1,901,172,444
UTAH 7,929,232 1,512,522 4,847,342 22,522,997 100,999,598 10,139,888 147,951,579
VERMONT 2,780,919 637,068 1,525,915 7,018,842 35,786,964 4,729,971 52,479,679
VIRGIN ISLANDS 552,183 49,729 212,307 1,949,582 5,387,171 875,856 9,026,828
VIRGINIA 31,999,836 2,935,839 10,366,255 56,886,110 398,566,341 34,140,286 534,894,667
WASHINGTON 34,977,925 0 35,685,471 160,309,015 366,014,228 60,064,482 657,051,121
WEST VIRGINIA 11,964,478 1,105,510 2,918,240 25,963,165 117,768,212 11,736,888 171,456,493
WISCONSIN 34,088,933 13,680,321 30,862,234 161,523,370 654,087,965 20,812,622 915,055,445
WYOMING 4,914,249 0 1,137,451 16,069,253 31,496,576 6,837,917 60,455,446
TOTALS $1,460,991,449 $204,049,634 $682,733,248 $4,889,349,699 $16,701,791,578 $1,254,993,042 $25,193,908,650
Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 2a 2b 2c 2d & 2g 2e 2f 2

1 Administrative enforcement and other sources is combined.

2 Beginning in FY 1999, income withholding includes collections received for non-IV-D child support cases processed through the state disbursement unit. Therefore, total collections as reported on this table exceed the amounts reported elsewhere that include only IV-D collections.

 

TABLE 19: PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 7c E.

ALABAMA $168,554,479 $181,510,997 $188,525,278 $199,505,447 $212,737,833
ALASKA 50,106,224 55,384,313 61,582,222 65,286,351 63,508,682
ARIZONA 146,310,173 170,762,729 187,970,577 201,672,770 206,626,551
ARKANSAS 98,399,972 110,863,622 113,157,349 121,046,097 127,666,999
CALIFORNIA 983,284,194 1,336,145,771 1,331,645,173 1,224,132,828 1,526,849,748
COLORADO 133,509,094 147,723,434 165,011,575 178,459,768 180,411,398
CONNECTICUT 128,145,187 146,202,940 159,303,111 168,172,569 178,260,773
DELAWARE 38,803,771 43,123,917 47,708,098 53,618,563 55,870,208
DIST. OF COL. 29,885,646 30,649,653 33,420,566 35,731,066 39,062,377
FLORIDA 506,881,205 572,961,495 630,901,290 722,758,637 814,273,185
GEORGIA 295,275,715 327,222,229 350,840,543 384,276,084 422,302,801
GUAM 6,258,395 6,339,036 6,183,020 6,396,405 6,721,276
HAWAII 51,876,478 56,169,569 57,894,893 62,326,586 66,065,185
IDAHO 59,196,256 69,711,264 82,286,102 90,781,620 97,293,389
ILLINOIS 253,187,796 280,721,858 370,994,049 416,505,538 431,130,438
INDIANA 252,054,166 345,017,178 343,748,612 402,954,441 384,967,207
IOWA 158,332,194 176,203,418 196,063,178 216,721,905 231,379,304
KANSAS 109,531,814 106,887,675 108,295,191 110,874,274 114,883,819
KENTUCKY 169,451,614 190,561,231 212,317,768 242,767,267 246,313,672
LOUISIANA 170,568,707 198,524,853 217,568,957 244,268,712 257,648,315
MAINE 53,690,325 59,930,567 66,334,246 70,338,684 72,242,126
MARYLAND 308,028,517 342,411,584 356,679,325 374,400,180 387,948,893
MASSACHUSETTS 237,563,399 273,341,971 319,562,245 355,878,821 380,188,995
MICHIGAN 1,132,296,707 1,212,935,656 1,287,125,398 1,314,386,335 1,285,932,608
MINNESOTA 375,560,549 412,447,830 450,241,987 475,101,796 493,459,670
MISSISSIPPI 118,492,749 136,488,756 150,264,112 161,198,549 167,303,814
MISSOURI 252,166,662 298,109,941 327,916,388 361,187,439 388,461,359
MONTANA 32,642,096 35,641,413 36,237,735 37,774,326 38,321,417
NEBRASKA 98,158,471 131,841,409 146,028,739 132,181,070 136,615,127
NEVADA 84,994,203 73,860,890 77,807,757 85,143,536 92,868,058
NEW HAMPSHIRE 57,993,584 61,971,083 64,883,676 67,481,344 68,796,667
NEW JERSEY 563,049,301 614,004,660 663,213,156 713,457,970 756,717,795
NEW MEXICO 24,575,741 31,578,923 36,394,050 43,641,161 51,445,154
NEW YORK 724,815,153 911,891,970 969,808,652 1,125,373,575 1,201,283,740
NORTH CAROLINA 306,591,759 353,532,949 389,411,304 429,199,525 459,221,031
NORTH DAKOTA 36,071,088 37,555,851 42,054,741 45,499,248 48,784,599
OHIO 1,212,715,290 1,316,569,198 1,383,404,795 1,541,876,805 1,494,422,480
OKLAHOMA 75,659,689 87,148,311 96,307,332 112,274,629 123,008,979
OREGON 208,642,035 225,884,432 248,983,800 252,684,616 266,606,011
PENNSYLVANIA 1,017,704,696 1,078,372,183 1,161,552,728 1,243,144,261 1,274,968,530
PUERTO RICO 164,341,800 180,768,547 194,145,841 210,003,659 230,678,806
RHODE ISLAND 26,560,208 31,554,199 33,306,056 38,444,154 38,588,082
SOUTH CAROLINA 162,996,270 178,636,339 199,138,112 214,808,585 223,797,988
SOUTH DAKOTA 33,517,745 38,678,829 43,067,494 46,311,631 48,489,747
TENNESSEE 207,687,385 232,916,691 258,298,352 296,342,648 330,417,318
TEXAS 694,853,927 881,494,677 1,071,420,349 1,256,337,372 1,421,028,967
UTAH 87,307,142 98,652,586 108,472,046 115,084,240 119,885,361
VERMONT 27,858,335 31,152,216 33,833,105 35,301,965 36,631,002
VIRGIN ISLANDS 5,720,538 6,863,111 6,709,021 6,952,299 7,369,729
VIRGINIA 276,152,052 312,986,031 364,992,652 400,130,286 427,197,734
WASHINGTON 420,434,881 456,403,113 484,868,727 506,542,111 517,496,520
WEST VIRGINIA 103,884,476 113,394,108 125,402,737 137,083,219 142,777,050
WISCONSIN 481,860,105 511,616,594 523,820,028 521,556,975 522,938,917
WYOMING 34,054,274 37,558,559 40,094,455 42,074,296 43,323,847
TOTALS $13,458,254,232 $15,360,882,359 $16,627,198,693 $17,917,454,238 $18,963,191,281

 

TABLE 20: TANF/FOSTER CARE PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: OCSE-34A line 7c (A+B).

ALABAMA $978,557 $1,965,743 $1,996,316 $2,142,062 $2,152,958
ALASKA 559,316 1,181,186 1,143,240 451,722 258,681
ARIZONA 419,530 353,945 334,943 554,484 769,295
ARKANSAS 899,201 802,515 855,660 8,073,629 32,842,840
CALIFORNIA 993,198 29,819,051 43,352,040 46,099,845 30,199,807
COLORADO 1,846,378 1,801,539 847,937 783,284 568,230
CONNECTICUT 6,814,195 5,390,799 15,909,368 14,760,695 18,213,391
DELAWARE 1,280,281 1,316,931 4,078,642 1,309,683 1,213,483
DIST. OF COL. 0 300,751 11,912 53,875 146,484
FLORIDA 188,239 201,072 229,048 215,815,455 259,674,950
GEORGIA 12,430,972 9,172,065 8,957,506 12,469,398 13,078,117
GUAM 282,307 39,763 39,603 86,157 41,145
HAWAII 1,774,630 1,635,046 1,406,324 1,409,877 1,152,329
IDAHO 9,261 32,360 49,674 37,827 68,639
ILLINOIS 1,594,595 779,152 2,859,461 6,105,496 1,769,776
INDIANA 6,311,969 3,216,758 1,078,123 992,325 -250,893
IOWA 1,636,111 1,663,070 10,643,511 49,270,294 57,353,014
KANSAS 638,355 0 1,277,190 495,355 696,523
KENTUCKY 401,742 220,194 380,688 585,680 578,235
LOUISIANA 273,734 1,136,449 1,721,003 1,903,365 2,116,356
MAINE 5,899,148 4,853,046 4,961,502 4,693,256 4,546,949
MARYLAND 144,680 190,100 148,033 180,292 196,802
MASSACHUSETTS 277,023 1,485,773 704,098 397,792 473,911
MICHIGAN 3,872,702 4,498,742 7,622,860 13,774,254 13,061,757
MINNESOTA 2,496,561 1,972,220 5,895,204 8,103,926 8,286,083
MISSISSIPPI 689,513 482,385 508,589 561,714 517,826
MISSOURI 3,359,202 5,973,823 1,634,228 1,349,257 1,277,820
MONTANA 514,196 657,913 374,402 219,646 235,324
NEBRASKA 589,046 2,188,850 2,806,758 4,630,213 4,033,437
NEVADA 288,440 3,215,434 346,852 485,381 466,592
NEW HAMPSHIRE 505,947 153,699 -70,905 54,489 197,728
NEW JERSEY 533,831 628,012 2,050,713 2,221,326 2,287,048
NEW MEXICO 503,379 -98,238 527,577 727,053 653,375
NEW YORK 0 11,982,257 10,204,871 14,585,794 11,857,406
NORTH CAROLINA 2,683,195 2,884,258 1,605,882 1,774,665 1,587,270
NORTH DAKOTA 42,896 39,126 68,366 57,754 79,140
OHIO 6,086,492 5,210,035 4,245,677 4,396,460 2,327,256
OKLAHOMA 0 0 0 500,154 407,373
OREGON 563,299 619,318 22,884 2,156,136 2,290,549
PENNSYLVANIA 8,179,692 7,554,545 9,523,318 11,064,269 13,514,527
PUERTO RICO 443,550 667,721 622,750 608,357 610,900
RHODE ISLAND 352,255 130,264 138,463 127,151 86,483
SOUTH CAROLINA 4,632,381 3,823,902 4,100,277 4,488,975 4,869,132
SOUTH DAKOTA 9,002,334 11,649,538 14,451,156 17,088,117 18,682,592
TENNESSEE 13,941,382 16,506,332 20,202,217 24,743,606 31,081,850
TEXAS 525,624 -438,073 747,592 85,927,278 115,456,489
UTAH 493,997 801,352 2,739,662 2,967,988 3,376,965
VERMONT 1,345,099 1,215,072 1,036,542 72,538 67,857
VIRGIN ISLANDS 32,322 141,953 40,441 709,472 38,222
VIRGINIA 1,136,477 1,637,500 100,355,386 111,506,371 118,132,239
WASHINGTON -220,794 394,083 416,012 421,592 469,851
WEST VIRGINIA 567,416 9,503,193 33,451,204 52,274,764 53,362,306
WISCONSIN 4,510,396 3,684,632 3,498,410 1,050,538 56,619
WYOMING 15,844 25,047 8,506 8,135 11,009
TOTALS $113,340,096 $165,262,203 $332,161,716 $737,329,221 $837,244,047

 

TABLE 21: INTERSTATE COLLECTIONS FORWARDED TO OTHER STATES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 5E.

ALABAMA $16,453,099 $17,105,490 $17,628,800 $18,077,130 $19,215,982
ALASKA 12,071,236 12,653,744 13,572,447 12,907,907 12,572,091
ARIZONA 21,708,203 24,614,017 26,114,841 26,557,287 25,498,453
ARKANSAS 12,265,971 12,491,099 12,503,082 13,101,540 13,628,409
CALIFORNIA 100,927,839 126,535,528 112,264,536 91,256,807 112,910,120
COLORADO 26,287,512 28,128,269 28,402,907 29,190,708 29,063,887
CONNECTICUT 15,679,405 16,523,995 16,679,986 17,141,646 17,241,311
DELAWARE 9,181,058 10,035,455 9,473,384 7,198,152 7,121,598
DIST. OF COL. 8,184,963 7,228,317 6,929,748 6,914,082 6,808,936
FLORIDA 92,392,659 98,411,245 98,439,751 103,518,965 106,519,926
GEORGIA 43,799,837 48,470,629 48,296,839 51,284,142 53,632,431
GUAM 724,597 778,160 702,293 573,122 498,052
HAWAII 5,819,465 5,134,068 5,126,327 5,340,126 5,204,547
IDAHO 10,115,415 10,168,787 10,305,977 9,906,276 10,147,615
ILLINOIS 24,575,111 23,504,920 25,141,540 31,349,899 35,424,304
INDIANA 16,243,034 22,380,201 17,747,426 17,539,234 16,861,193
IOWA 12,301,513 12,471,813 12,685,734 12,745,320 13,283,238
KANSAS 10,097,870 9,890,750 8,820,081 9,149,332 10,209,204
KENTUCKY 11,951,572 12,650,073 12,927,756 13,799,889 14,443,110
LOUISIANA 20,399,443 14,715,470 15,562,990 17,428,949 18,593,283
MAINE 4,406,936 4,772,373 4,958,531 4,842,723 5,330,108
MARYLAND 15,253,909 27,662,059 27,407,100 28,673,959 30,500,184
MASSACHUSETTS 14,143,598 16,391,848 18,566,934 19,667,682 20,986,651
MICHIGAN 9,357,303 16,311,942 14,063,889 14,882,455 19,063,273
MINNESOTA 16,704,802 17,123,997 17,625,095 17,797,347 18,201,839
MISSISSIPPI 9,755,680 9,712,898 9,789,971 9,692,658 9,867,985
MISSOURI 21,739,437 19,670,549 19,548,101 20,219,564 20,267,878
MONTANA 6,779,915 6,954,988 7,259,508 7,475,523 7,662,759
NEBRASKA 4,747,151 2,392,149 2,956,087 4,699,572 5,867,857
NEVADA 25,084,384 24,287,633 23,705,207 23,623,535 24,553,655
NEW HAMPSHIRE 5,495,831 5,725,460 6,037,305 5,942,904 6,106,638
NEW JERSEY 40,807,345 42,521,856 43,485,331 45,547,394 45,774,948
NEW MEXICO 3,313,526 3,477,285 4,236,086 4,688,128 5,561,248
NEW YORK 65,308,387 74,086,980 74,858,127 86,791,777 94,358,075
NORTH CAROLINA 33,171,312 35,442,842 36,898,057 38,588,853 40,075,863
NORTH DAKOTA 3,159,008 3,072,691 3,076,192 3,570,332 3,853,082
OHIO 39,501,393 29,231,953 28,722,008 33,855,742 32,829,199
OKLAHOMA 12,549,388 13,602,258 13,519,537 14,388,475 14,953,626
OREGON 25,561,033 26,091,964 26,261,909 25,495,198 24,712,595
PENNSYLVANIA 31,234,731 39,398,329 37,650,134 41,072,316 42,928,446
PUERTO RICO 6,055,025 6,784,963 6,829,315 7,579,320 9,334,719
RHODE ISLAND 3,272,629 3,646,121 3,448,406 3,854,654 4,150,547
SOUTH CAROLINA 11,777,210 11,560,038 11,982,101 11,945,699 12,361,073
SOUTH DAKOTA 5,901,042 5,836,842 5,577,803 5,795,444 5,965,964
TENNESSEE 20,363,016 22,233,209 22,821,171 26,676,244 28,752,853
TEXAS 54,651,876 64,145,800 68,570,302 75,626,642 83,557,088
UTAH 10,110,601 9,917,032 9,998,163 9,836,148 9,753,118
VERMONT 2,312,951 2,481,210 2,482,609 2,356,069 2,551,356
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1,170,577 1,149,010 1,207,032 1,185,387 1,234,503
VIRGINIA 45,622,668 48,274,025 45,388,799 45,107,379 46,924,365
WASHINGTON 36,995,921 37,742,908 38,512,860 38,993,271 38,752,641
WEST VIRGINIA 7,750,836 9,078,095 9,947,961 8,949,009 9,507,800
WISCONSIN 12,870,076 13,722,911 14,157,514 14,939,815 15,635,816
WYOMING 3,950,333 4,313,801 4,487,686 4,551,178 4,993,951
TOTALS $1,082,059,632 $1,172,710,049 $1,165,363,276 $1,203,892,909 $1,275,809,393

 

TABLE 22: INTERSTATE CASELOAD FOR TWO FISCAL YEARS
STATES Interstate
Cases Sent
to Another State
2002
Interstate
Cases Sent
to Another State
2003
Interstate
Cases Received
from Another State
2002
Interstate
Cases Received
from Another State
2003
ALABAMA 17,618 17,846 22,157 21,603
ALASKA 9,189 9,671 5,316 5,379
ARIZONA 3,721 4,472 25,732 27,275
ARKANSAS 10,927 10,689 11,724 11,508
CALIFORNIA 84,031 88,056 70,330 67,091
COLORADO 15,822 16,020 15,942 16,055
CONNECTICUT 15,620 15,937 10,483 10,946
DELAWARE 3,073 3,152 3,351 3,476
DIST. OF COL. 4,824 5,003 13,375 12,533
FLORIDA 63,605 67,165 60,356 58,284
GEORGIA 42,572 46,630 41,276 43,476
GUAM 803 809 682 700
HAWAII 6,582 6,998 6,649 7,038
IDAHO 13,726 14,239 7,219 7,582
ILLINOIS 24,241 22,519 50,995 51,311
INDIANA 8,478 10,437 17,942 19,531
IOWA 18,650 21,008 9,676 9,793
KANSAS 8,889 10,804 10,029 9,942
KENTUCKY 15,340 16,734 14,324 13,400
LOUISIANA 14,679 15,402 14,294 14,909
MAINE 5,844 6,170 3,031 3,219
MARYLAND 19,265 19,186 16,296 16,793
MASSACHUSETTS 22,388 21,953 15,100 14,901
MICHIGAN 31,745 33,597 25,644 27,839
MINNESOTA 23,085 24,360 9,896 10,150
MISSISSIPPI 9,817 9,919 14,172 14,571
MISSOURI 17,968 19,454 21,227 20,849
MONTANA 7,019 7,041 4,922 4,995
NEBRASKA 13,040 15,926 7,014 7,834
NEVADA 21,863 33,933 16,472 19,010
NEW HAMPSHIRE 8,129 8,117 3,001 3,149
NEW JERSEY 28,983 29,461 21,724 21,953
NEW MEXICO 5,187 5,039 6,590 6,796
NEW YORK 61,067 56,529 38,608 41,282
NORTH CAROLINA 36,718 38,362 26,749 27,106
NORTH DAKOTA 6,485 7,689 2,493 2,828
OHIO 32,102 34,899 25,977 27,376
OKLAHOMA 7,114 7,003 10,795 10,488
OREGON 21,480 21,080 21,081 21,007
PENNSYLVANIA 50,678 50,993 23,802 24,471
PUERTO RICO 10,693 10,846 22,952 23,900
RHODE ISLAND 8,748 7,844 2,911 2,832
SOUTH CAROLINA 9,935 10,058 18,878 19,735
SOUTH DAKOTA 4,158 4,250 3,553 3,519
TENNESSEE 23,893 23,802 24,706 24,339
TEXAS 32,406 31,264 60,639 59,959
UTAH 8,060 8,137 5,271 5,170
VERMONT 2,435 2,519 1,433 1,478
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1,244 1,393 1,359 1,454
VIRGINIA 48,204 48,896 25,758 25,653
WASHINGTON 39,625 40,049 20,323 21,324
WEST VIRGINIA 10,999 10,832 7,077 7,163
WISCONSIN 23,445 23,884 9,522 9,795
WYOMING 5,542 5,260 3,737 3,811
TOTALS 1,041,754 1,083,336 934,565 948,581

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1a and 1b.

 

TABLE 23: CSPIA COST-EFFECTIVENESS RATIO FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS 1
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A, lines 5 + 8 +13 / OCSE-396A line 9 (A+C) - 1b (A+C).

1 This is the formula used under the Child Support Performance Incentive Act (CSPIA) of 1998.

* Not reliable. All states' cost effectiveness ratios were reliable in FY 2002 and FY 2003.

ALABAMA $3.78 $3.66 $4.01 $3.64 $3.78
ALASKA 4.41 3.89 4.14 4.49 4.24
ARIZONA 3.29 3.72 4.12 4.25 4.47
ARKANSAS 3.28 3.28 2.83 2.66 3.12
CALIFORNIA 2.78 3.23 2.61 1.91 2.31
COLORADO 3.65 3.23 3.58 3.66 3.22
CONNECTICUT 4.96 3.75 3.86 3.76 4.04
DELAWARE 2.97 3.19 2.93 3.66 3.03
DIST. OF COL. 3.27 2.64 2.26 2.69 2.09
FLORIDA 3.53 3.45 3.60 4.03 4.39
GEORGIA 4.16 3.72 3.96 4.24 4.47
GUAM 2.25 2.67 1.33 1.64 2.10
HAWAII 3.25 4.54 6.16 6.53 5.08
IDAHO 7.09 4.32 4.62 5.29 5.70
ILLINOIS 2.52 2.42 2.50 2.80 2.64
INDIANA 7.45 7.69 6.34 7.80 7.91
IOWA 5.01 4.24 5.27 5.63 5.52
KANSAS 2.98 2.91 2.51 2.61 3.12
KENTUCKY 3.90 4.02 4.08 4.71 4.88
LOUISIANA 4.41 4.92 4.38 4.87 5.11
MAINE 4.87 4.90 6.01 4.28 4.99
MARYLAND 4.42 3.60 4.22 4.19 4.53
MASSACHUSETTS 4.07 3.50 5.14 5.77 5.46
MICHIGAN 7.81 5.52 4.82 4.59 4.79
MINNESOTA 4.06 4.11 4.13 4.05 4.05
MISSISSIPPI 4.53 4.92 5.96 7.12 7.50
MISSOURI 3.26 3.37 3.81 4.63 4.95
MONTANA 3.87 3.58 3.91 4.10 3.63
NEBRASKA 3.61 3.78 3.35 2.87 3.22
NEVADA 3.08 2.52 3.24 2.87 3.12
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4.24 4.82 5.40 4.37 4.72
NEW JERSEY 4.86 4.60 5.27 4.83 5.06
NEW MEXICO 1.18 1.31* 1.07* 1.46 1.57
NEW YORK 4.58 4.90 5.07 4.49 5.00
NORTH CAROLINA 2.93 3.86 4.04 4.43 4.99
NORTH DAKOTA 4.42 4.61 4.19 4.71 5.10
OHIO 4.91 4.82 4.23 4.81 4.91
OKLAHOMA 3.37 2.83 2.90 2.80 3.12
OREGON 6.08 5.54 6.63 5.85 5.60
PENNSYLVANIA 6.21* 6.05 6.98 6.85 6.80
PUERTO RICO 5.77 6.31 5.51 6.27 5.67
RHODE ISLAND 4.36 4.44 4.23 4.52 4.63
SOUTH CAROLINA 5.06 5.08 4.60 5.87 6.32
SOUTH DAKOTA 6.75 6.95 7.72 7.59 7.80
TENNESSEE 4.69 4.85 4.99 4.50 5.47
TEXAS 4.23 4.96 5.23 5.41 5.63
UTAH 3.24 3.47 3.69 3.89 4.13
VERMONT 4.15 4.02 3.90 3.93 3.78
VIRGIN ISLANDS 2.86* 1.63 1.12 1.58 1.84
VIRGINIA 4.74 5.00 6.12 6.34 6.52
WASHINGTON 4.68 4.53 4.55 4.95 4.54
WEST VIRGINIA 4.09 4.15 4.64 4.87 4.54
WISCONSIN 5.64 6.51 6.06 6.11 5.95
WYOMING 4.84 4.33 4.09 5.00 5.57
TOTALS $4.11 $4.23 $4.21 $4.13 $4.32

 

TABLE 24: INCENTIVE PAYMENT ESTIMATES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 11E.

ALABAMA $3,676,000 $3,676,000 $2,925,631 $3,000,000 $3,000,000
ALASKA 2,683,407 2,500,000 2,553,000 2,564,875 2,635,625
ARIZONA 3,978,349 4,152,380 3,679,034 3,404,209 3,429,985
ARKANSAS 1,377,846 1,906,935 1,576,428 1,616,428 1,646,428
CALIFORNIA 83,543,452 69,363,381 59,083,790 43,264,939 45,024,000
COLORADO 5,292,000 5,260,000 5,404,000 5,155,207 5,000,000
CONNECTICUT 7,580,415 4,817,330 3,600,000 6,000,000 5,670,000
DELAWARE 926,000 926,000 1,068,500 1,320,000 1,661,001
DIST. OF COL. 555,930 302,500 0 0 0
FLORIDA 14,899,400 13,876,900 16,582,000 19,547,520 21,251,832
GEORGIA 9,002,000 9,002,000 9,002,000 7,776,712 8,267,936
GUAM 0 100,000 227,880 245,495 145,478
HAWAII 1,960,000 1,960,000 1,960,000 1,960,000 1,960,000
IDAHO 709,494 926,483 926,484 1,178,155 1,556,472
ILLINOIS 10,783,072 11,828,727 5,290,428 4,769,908 4,905,401
INDIANA 4,132,433 2,548,287 2,568,730 948,201 1,054,620
IOWA 5,056,000 5,056,000 5,088,323 4,884,330 4,008,648
KANSAS 3,743,000 3,434,203 2,507,812 1,408,098 1,174,860
KENTUCKY 4,960,915 6,348,000 6,348,000 4,500,000 4,500,000
LOUISIANA 3,197,000 3,197,000 3,197,000 2,397,750 0
MAINE 5,000,000 5,000,000 4,250,000 3,250,000 2,250,000
MARYLAND 4,410,000 4,169,266 3,723,532 4,410,000 4,410,000
MASSACHUSETTS 8,085,847 4,913,968 6,069,431 7,715,351 6,662,311
MICHIGAN 19,631,000 19,631,000 19,631,000 19,631,000 19,631,000
MINNESOTA 7,740,000 9,460,000 10,666,668 13,330,000 14,000,000
MISSISSIPPI 3,577,000 2,235,626 894,252 2,000,000 2,000,000
MISSOURI 7,429,692 6,371,920 7,000,000 7,800,000 8,200,000
MONTANA 1,023,104 2,196,280 2,066,787 1,200,000 1,394,680
NEBRASKA 2,085,000 2,085,000 2,163,362 2,085,000 2,085,000
NEVADA 2,027,169 773,161 2,292,651 1,405,265 1,811,489
NEW HAMPSHIRE 1,324,000 711,284 993,000 1,223,270 1,400,788
NEW JERSEY 11,003,246 11,000,000 13,098,840 17,100,000 14,751,998
NEW MEXICO 1,468,000 1,528,403 629,732 720,002 789,934
NEW YORK 26,032,000 26,032,000 24,400,000 23,000,000 21,000,000
NORTH CAROLINA 6,262,887 6,309,010 5,343,030 9,180,000 12,400,900
NORTH DAKOTA 815,211 735,616 735,616 764,611 871,714
OHIO 17,410,000 18,560,384 18,560,384 18,560,384 20,774,472
OKLAHOMA 4,241,000 3,200,000 3,200,000 3,100,000 2,940,000
OREGON 5,319,000 5,319,000 5,319,000 5,319,000 5,319,000
PENNSYLVANIA 13,745,000 13,745,000 13,745,000 13,745,000 21,441,680
PUERTO RICO 528,000 528,000 528,000 528,000 528,000
RHODE ISLAND 2,955,749 2,955,750 2,537,500 2,400,000 2,250,000
SOUTH CAROLINA 2,400,000 1,800,000 804,000 1,800,000 1,800,000
SOUTH DAKOTA 936,000 2,634,000 2,586,185 1,565,866 1,667,259
TENNESSEE 3,800,000 3,800,000 2,500,000 1,200,000 3,126,861
TEXAS 19,014,000 14,260,500 17,754,273 24,165,275 25,200,000
UTAH 2,476,250 2,021,687 2,415,240 1,984,582 2,200,000
VERMONT 1,345,317 1,200,000 1,074,598 1,289,696 1,057,024
VIRGIN ISLANDS 90,000 67,500 60,000 45,000 60,000
VIRGINIA 3,432,000 7,427,200 5,964,800 6,600,000 8,000,000
WASHINGTON 14,193,675 13,998,653 14,954,778 14,676,000 15,722,000
WEST VIRGINIA 1,812,600 1,367,000 917,508 2,272,681 2,272,680
WISCONSIN 6,880,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,550,000 11,000,000
WYOMING 438,500 467,936 467,936 467,936 467,936
TOTALS $376,987,960 $352,687,270 $336,936,143 $338,025,746 $356,379,012

 

TABLE 25: INCENTIVE PAYMENT ACTUALS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Financial Management.

Note: In FY 2001, two-thirds of the actual incentive payment used the CSPIA formula, while one-third consist of the old cost-effectiveness formula. In FY 2000, one-third of the actual incentive payment used the CSPIA formula, while two-thirds consist of the old cost-effectiveness formula. In FY 2002 and 2003, the entire payment uses the CSPIA formula.

ALABAMA $2,925,629 $2,622,414 $3,754,562 $2,900,775 $4,001,595
ALASKA 2,683,407 2,577,847 2,702,934 1,679,107 2,140,882
ARIZONA 3,978,350 4,304,601 4,405,136 5,206,147 5,065,465
ARKANSAS 2,072,889 2,053,689 1,758,844 3,217,437 3,146,484
CALIFORNIA 82,935,948 79,843,933 55,916,855 36,814,328 45,258,302
COLORADO 5,377,881 5,329,326 5,536,368 5,356,965 4,920,924
CONNECTICUT 7,570,416 6,247,332 6,730,026 5,491,503 3,942,741
DELAWARE 981,294 1,124,773 993,292 1,034,185 970,247
DIST. OF COL. 829,254 682,369 310,707 502,393 491,354
FLORIDA 13,486,222 15,143,964 19,399,370 21,261,888 22,545,490
GEORGIA 7,399,714 7,169,140 7,561,064 11,999,643 10,453,125
GUAM 212,137 156,346 96,999 101,209 60,339
HAWAII 1,524,364 1,329,706 1,339,583 973,201 1,588,312
IDAHO 926,483 1,178,155 1,556,472 1,650,232 2,216,477
ILLINOIS 10,783,073 9,323,720 7,790,450 6,183,369 7,166,179
INDIANA 3,948,769 3,530,279 3,140,024 5,564,581 5,552,522
IOWA 6,357,855 6,697,354 7,870,287 7,126,528 7,220,705
KANSAS 4,301,156 3,336,584 2,997,169 2,873,656 3,105,801
KENTUCKY 5,070,254 4,893,015 6,850,309 8,088,515 7,954,630
LOUISIANA 2,573,418 2,988,414 3,822,257 4,389,087 6,130,392
MAINE 4,352,601 4,654,351 4,224,106 2,596,197 2,556,766
MARYLAND 3,487,062 5,418,662 5,875,001 8,749,496 6,537,765
MASSACHUSETTS 7,003,813 7,129,319 7,231,742 9,717,960 9,958,854
MICHIGAN 16,937,698 23,289,231 21,313,908 30,128,156 27,371,576
MINNESOTA 8,416,633 10,214,254 13,454,938 13,555,076 13,492,130
MISSISSIPPI 1,937,334 1,914,202 2,479,599 2,526,611 2,482,905
MISSOURI 5,601,102 7,458,028 8,033,993 8,496,830 8,653,176
MONTANA 968,243 1,116,229 1,179,885 1,202,605 1,155,004
NEBRASKA 2,800,715 2,436,485 3,541,623 3,056,992 3,089,869
NEVADA 2,049,489 1,779,753 1,676,248 857,000 1,293,543
NEW HAMPSHIRE 1,343,250 1,552,820 1,630,060 1,438,353 1,982,008
NEW JERSEY 10,384,931 12,679,523 13,155,582 17,367,328 17,895,131
NEW MEXICO 1,524,652 987,859 750,855 554,604 672,821
NEW YORK 26,353,184 28,144,549 21,273,457 30,176,739 30,829,027
NORTH CAROLINA 6,565,419 7,313,966 9,533,938 11,741,877 12,209,075
NORTH DAKOTA 832,665 860,308 1,186,961 1,192,916 1,264,209
OHIO 13,003,442 17,651,445 23,676,094 32,204,888 30,351,415
OKLAHOMA 3,243,588 3,088,736 3,091,512 2,899,609 3,056,022
OREGON 4,673,083 5,797,286 7,295,231 6,541,362 6,336,173
PENNSYLVANIA 12,683,050 17,359,096 21,441,680 30,284,824 29,533,145
PUERTO RICO 384,110 1,503,185 1,875,374 3,201,676 3,463,489
RHODE ISLAND 2,888,831 2,171,661 1,463,179 1,016,821 962,198
SOUTH CAROLINA 2,331,956 2,471,869 2,642,119 3,899,715 3,928,609
SOUTH DAKOTA 2,290,352 2,798,428 2,726,582 1,656,493 1,660,526
TENNESSEE 3,886,480 4,665,772 5,329,897 6,811,758 7,716,005
TEXAS 13,965,567 18,467,971 27,558,681 33,815,354 36,825,204
UTAH 3,132,907 3,056,105 3,500,081 3,101,832 3,493,011
VERMONT 1,176,980 1,289,698 1,057,025 1,127,161 1,086,334
VIRGIN ISLANDS 57,285 97,356 56,636 63,968 99,488
VIRGINIA 6,332,102 7,489,972 16,924,926 11,212,586 11,431,758
WASHINGTON 13,956,503 15,044,837 16,440,088 15,204,033 14,675,136
WEST VIRGINIA 4,223,837 2,272,682 4,980,279 4,058,389 4,209,015
WISCONSIN 5,162,502 7,791,201 10,307,264 15,924,085 15,632,872
WYOMING 633,827 710,503 1,101,877 1,201,957 1,163,775
TOTALS $360,523,706 $391,210,303 $412,543,129 $450,000,000 $461,000,000

 

TABLE 26: MEDICAL SUPPORT PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Forms OCSE-34A line 7b E.

ALABAMA $317,516 $292,550 $303,611 $359,547 $372,050
ALASKA 7,046 5,998 16,445 10,464 6,985
ARIZONA 0 0 0 0 0
ARKANSAS 173,513 305,424 120,707 138,501 239,123
CALIFORNIA 4,240,689 5,066,891 8,525,910 368,922 796,603
COLORADO 8,284 5,733 3,127 740 3,787
CONNECTICUT 45,364 64,418 79,772 136,606 354,205
DELAWARE 15,202 21,408 26,443 29,501 36,010
DIST. OF COL. 238,262 238,448 102,721 149,800 233,143
FLORIDA 0 0 0 7,792 22,754
GEORGIA 10,446 16,353 208,574 226,420 231,326
GUAM 44,908 35,256 30,839 30,215 26,602
HAWAII 123,979 378,924 332,302 413,911 344,003
IDAHO 1,023,247 1,081,376 676,813 609,944 1,661,958
ILLINOIS 1,122,561 0 0 0 0
INDIANA 163,268 202,674 456,689 411,857 453,873
IOWA 419,809 485,092 621,495 662,191 680,972
KANSAS 196,849 4,656,260 4,148,965 4,313,569 4,083,310
KENTUCKY 1,414,011 2,694,438 2,792,734 3,194,608 3,298,220
LOUISIANA 51,117 69,012 91,712 80,220 110,509
MAINE 314,921 429,638 713,653 611,027 608,540
MARYLAND 17,853,052 421,696 538,952 566,009 450,512
MASSACHUSETTS 11,862 23,907 53,797 74,810 91,209
MICHIGAN 21,882,247 22,102,908 17,643,800 18,087,582 20,058,989
MINNESOTA 9,836,846 11,286,647 13,171,565 14,262,838 15,881,127
MISSISSIPPI 53,047 71,505 106,081 120,532 136,466
MISSOURI 53,731 102,754 126,508 147,867 169,852
MONTANA 12,511 36,298 49,139 43,102 62,872
NEBRASKA 733,819 883,496 1,237,070 880,627 1,228,726
NEVADA 22,221 231,686 495,691 582,367 619,915
NEW HAMPSHIRE 102,269 126,515 124,369 127,618 148,617
NEW JERSEY 99,569 129,356 109,478 81,960 100,579
NEW MEXICO 1,509 6,995 2,773 11,512 -2,067
NEW YORK 8,740,202 9,892,998 10,697,892 10,963,135 10,937,799
NORTH CAROLINA 47,521 38,418 29,957 31,515 39,085
NORTH DAKOTA 40,186 65,705 48,299 59,443 41,950
OHIO 3,087,573 6,470,459 4,984,269 4,421,156 3,828,050
OKLAHOMA 14,897 17,898 16,013 11,824 7,925
OREGON 0 0 0 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 2,724,807 2,441,373 2,455,492 2,394,508 2,469,305
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 0 0
RHODE ISLAND 0 440 386 -696 38,753
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 96,869 82,842 52,223 41,212 72,792
TENNESSEE 378,533 460,787 542,177 744,164 1,072,290
TEXAS 479,712 793,376 1,248,066 2,576,777 4,125,595
UTAH 698,048 1,061,589 399,842 118,773 107,313
VERMONT 0 0 0 36 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 0 0 347
VIRGINIA 4,806 5,024 9,630 10,780 3,497
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 254,013 340,394 424,860 700,905 694,431
WISCONSIN 17,777,506 18,141,864 19,233,093 19,299,911 21,111,629
WYOMING 705,305 981,904 1,211,218 1,292,471 1,280,706
TOTALS $95,643,653 $92,268,727 $94,265,152 $89,408,573 $98,342,237

 

TABLE 27: PERCENT OF HEALTH INSURANCE PROVIDED AS ORDERED FOR TWO FISCAL YEARS
STATES Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Ordered
2002
Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Ordered
2003
Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Provided
2002
Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Provided
2003
Percent of
Health Insurance
Provided As
Ordered
2002
Percent of
Health Insurance
Provided As
Ordered
2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 22 & 23 (A).

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 91,405 94,914 749 879 0.8% 0.9%
ALASKA 30,515 29,389 9,609 10,190 31.5% 34.7%
ARIZONA 100,578 106,632 2,796 12,962 2.8% 12.2%
ARKANSAS 63,504 64,407 9,546 12,550 15.0% 19.5%
CALIFORNIA 1,018,881 992,886 219,113 198,579 21.5% 20.0%
COLORADO 67,913 70,429 7,172 9,608 10.6% 13.6%
CONNECTICUT 85,976 95,401 13,811 15,572 16.1% 16.3%
DELAWARE 20,071 19,205 693 907 3.5% 4.7%
DIST. OF COL. 763 1,028 NA NA NA NA
FLORIDA 112,982 143,120 5,383 7,485 4.8% 5.2%
GEORGIA 247,467 260,138 22,999 23,283 9.3% 9.0%
GUAM 3,992 4,015 476 490 11.9% 12.2%
HAWAII 19,893 22,240 2,929 3,589 14.7% 16.1%
IDAHO 52,654 58,668 6,470 7,380 12.3% 12.6%
ILLINOIS 111,201 118,853 29,956 644 26.9% 0.5%
INDIANA 71,346 81,014 554 490 0.8% 0.6%
IOWA 100,479 109,198 22,660 23,784 22.6% 21.8%
KANSAS 13,269 28,764 1,256 3,681 9.5% 12.8%
KENTUCKY 79,823 88,196 4,398 4,999 5.5% 5.7%
LOUISIANA 179,043 185,653 21,018 23,231 11.7% 12.5%
MAINE 24,426 25,252 999 968 4.1% 3.8%
MARYLAND 101,637 105,717 39,047 40,649 38.4% 38.5%
MASSACHUSETTS 55,628 65,677 5,575 8,368 10.0% 12.7%
MICHIGAN 474,962 152,136 38,380 8,503 8.1% 5.6%
MINNESOTA 102,254 102,682 39,185 40,900 38.3% 39.8%
MISSISSIPPI 34,823 33,098 6,097 5,654 17.5% 17.1%
MISSOURI 225,113 228,965 40,699 44,452 18.1% 19.4%
MONTANA 25,296 25,630 6,918 7,246 27.3% 28.3%
NEBRASKA 23,430 28,357 NA NA NA NA
NEVADA 39,613 50,579 2,569 6,326 6.5% 12.5%
NEW HAMPSHIRE 18,080 17,948 1,703 1,702 9.4% 9.5%
NEW JERSEY 150,152 153,861 40,389 40,151 26.9% 26.1%
NEW MEXICO 19,009 21,759 2,650 3,638 13.9% 16.7%
NEW YORK 324,268 349,959 NA NA NA NA
NORTH CAROLINA 200,705 211,694 63,659 69,707 31.7% 32.9%
NORTH DAKOTA 21,008 21,104 8,923 9,679 42.5% 45.9%
OHIO 131,955 156,095 92,070 110,590 69.8% 70.8%
OKLAHOMA 77,461 79,628 NA NA NA NA
OREGON 122,375 122,058 28,055 29,087 22.9% 23.8%
PENNSYLVANIA 126,839 128,317 74,993 92,836 59.1% 72.3%
PUERTO RICO 46 50 21 23 45.7% 46.0%
RHODE ISLAND 21,646 22,078 4,279 4,480 19.8% 20.3%
SOUTH CAROLINA 49,260 49,627 12,160 11,909 24.7% 24.0%
SOUTH DAKOTA 19,683 20,223 4,450 4,606 22.6% 22.8%
TENNESSEE 92,326 117,173 13,632 24,210 14.8% 20.7%
TEXAS 497,567 509,695 30,887 100,645 6.2% 19.7%
UTAH 33,370 31,802 22,426 22,987 67.2% 72.3%
VERMONT 8,954 8,823 6,683 6,699 74.6% 75.9%
VIRGIN ISLANDS 21 74 NA NA NA NA
VIRGINIA 159,322 163,147 15,928 18,131 10.0% 11.1%
WASHINGTON 219,876 230,726 55,789 55,138 25.4% 23.9%
WEST VIRGINIA 36,349 42,052 3,804 5,045 10.5% 12.0%
WISCONSIN 180,209 195,785 40,758 45,747 22.6% 23.4%
WYOMING 14,682 14,603 2,617 4,369 17.8% 29.9%
TOTALS 6,104,100 6,060,524 1,086,933 1,184,748 17.8% 19.5%

 

TABLE 28: PERCENT OF CASES WITH ORDERS IN WHICH MEDICAL SUPPORT IS ORDERED FOR TWO FISCAL YEARS
STATES Cases Where
Medical Support
is Ordered
2002
Cases Where
Medical Support
is Ordered
2003
Cases with
Support Orders
Established
2002
Cases with
Support Orders
Established
2003
Percent of
Cases with Orders
for Medical Support
2002
Percent of
Cases with Orders
for Medical Support
2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 21 and 2.

ALABAMA 92,345 95,795 171,787 173,355 53.8% 55.3%
ALASKA 30,565 29,444 38,452 38,425 79.5% 76.6%
ARIZONA 101,228 113,603 149,328 155,960 67.8% 72.8%
ARKANSAS 74,099 73,927 102,961 101,438 72.0% 72.9%
CALIFORNIA 1,056,344 1,020,570 1,434,766 1,402,456 73.6% 72.8%
COLORADO 67,915 70,439 112,136 115,526 60.6% 61.0%
CONNECTICUT 86,055 95,544 132,409 138,368 65.0% 69.1%
DELAWARE 20,089 19,221 38,078 38,896 52.8% 49.4%
DIST. OF COL. 24,177 25,751 32,014 33,585 75.5% 76.7%
FLORIDA 139,273 173,564 435,620 456,291 32.0% 38.0%
GEORGIA 249,249 261,950 324,380 335,901 76.8% 78.0%
GUAM 4,009 4,032 6,054 6,170 66.2% 65.3%
HAWAII 19,941 22,285 56,088 59,388 35.6% 37.5%
IDAHO 52,706 58,723 62,280 68,080 84.6% 86.3%
ILLINOIS 112,453 120,442 353,188 338,350 31.8% 35.6%
INDIANA 321 391 219,561 226,365 0.1% 0.2%
IOWA 101,112 109,861 150,027 155,262 67.4% 70.8%
KANSAS 14,699 31,421 90,210 91,699 16.3% 34.3%
KENTUCKY 86,789 96,510 218,822 226,943 39.7% 42.5%
LOUISIANA 179,355 186,001 178,942 186,460 NA 99.8%
MAINE 37,798 39,129 56,732 57,857 66.6% 67.6%
MARYLAND 102,165 106,248 212,566 215,308 48.1% 49.3%
MASSACHUSETTS 55,630 65,679 174,559 181,764 31.9% 36.1%
MICHIGAN 621,882 728,270 745,135 758,992 83.5% 96.0%
MINNESOTA 138,555 146,407 187,587 194,649 73.9% 75.2%
MISSISSIPPI 65,814 68,829 144,546 149,632 45.5% 46.0%
MISSOURI 228,107 232,566 308,247 305,045 74.0% 76.2%
MONTANA 25,295 26,687 30,896 31,930 81.9% 83.6%
NEBRASKA 23,499 28,437 74,628 75,991 31.5% 37.4%
NEVADA 40,706 51,243 56,983 63,254 71.4% 81.0%
NEW HAMPSHIRE 21,648 22,104 30,669 30,876 70.6% 71.6%
NEW JERSEY 150,275 153,997 268,389 273,758 56.0% 56.3%
NEW MEXICO 19,041 21,799 31,140 33,099 61.1% 65.9%
NEW YORK 336,278 360,889 656,700 672,107 51.2% 53.7%
NORTH CAROLINA 204,373 215,580 311,702 319,097 65.6% 0.9%
NORTH DAKOTA 24,837 24,331 23,386 29,248 NA 83.2%
OHIO 325,267 376,247 643,410 653,255 50.6% 57.6%
OKLAHOMA 80,738 82,746 98,122 97,078 82.3% 85.2%
OREGON 122,375 122,058 165,046 169,658 74.1% 71.9%
PENNSYLVANIA 191,027 205,988 489,368 481,416 39.0% 42.8%
PUERTO RICO 69 76 151,074 153,442 0.0% 0.0%
RHODE ISLAND 21,649 22,425 35,876 35,490 60.3% 63.2%
SOUTH CAROLINA 49,335 49,694 150,078 154,807 32.9% 32.1%
SOUTH DAKOTA 19,683 20,223 26,734 27,268 73.6% 74.2%
TENNESSEE 108,937 113,383 198,178 216,448 55.0% 52.4%
TEXAS 528,146 557,350 656,579 679,020 80.4% 82.1%
UTAH 58,724 59,251 63,617 63,971 92.3% 92.6%
VERMONT 8,962 8,833 20,853 21,182 43.0% 41.7%
VIRGIN ISLANDS 44 109 4,250 6,234 1.0% 1.7%
VIRGINIA 159,426 163,262 289,918 289,822 55.0% 56.3%
WASHINGTON 220,553 231,288 275,559 287,032 80.0% 80.6%
WEST VIRGINIA 50,606 55,378 86,703 89,145 58.4% 62.1%
WISCONSIN 181,367 196,913 268,455 273,660 67.6% 72.0%
WYOMING 19,440 20,079 30,813 30,921 63.1% 64.9%
TOTALS 6,754,975 7,186,972 11,275,601 11,471,374 59.9% 62.7%

 

TABLE 29: ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A line 9 A+C.

ALABAMA $53,533,869 $57,092,080 $54,278,956 $62,813,312 $64,233,813
ALASKA 17,964,120 21,504,796 22,092,393 20,964,504 21,682,477
ARIZONA 58,657,247 60,566,506 58,584,065 61,488,020 58,995,755
ARKANSAS 36,804,856 40,532,021 47,569,896 53,325,544 47,676,023
CALIFORNIA 612,709,196 675,981,358 808,709,471 967,850,687 972,416,111
COLORADO 51,970,056 63,147,019 60,876,554 63,345,963 72,067,723
CONNECTICUT 38,575,967 55,368,897 56,873,037 62,248,498 59,275,853
DELAWARE 18,204,947 18,724,440 21,712,899 18,490,612 22,899,696
DIST. OF COL. 13,240,866 16,005,125 19,881,072 18,355,923 24,481,801
FLORIDA 190,501,671 216,327,472 221,859,069 228,940,447 230,616,251
GEORGIA 89,929,572 110,417,715 109,061,284 109,974,793 114,088,857
GUAM 3,803,786 3,177,131 6,108,949 5,180,595 4,404,764
HAWAII 20,129,474 16,440,967 11,868,581 12,204,056 16,076,982
IDAHO 10,486,201 19,708,904 21,605,663 19,943,957 19,868,113
ILLINOIS 138,846,999 158,739,966 180,022,464 175,628,019 191,741,466
INDIANA 38,548,504 50,509,947 60,685,358 57,415,767 54,842,575
IOWA 42,592,938 54,642,292 47,424,101 47,746,323 51,434,609
KANSAS 49,627,981 51,219,331 55,208,471 57,070,901 50,083,945
KENTUCKY 56,187,842 59,654,701 64,278,264 62,855,131 60,998,713
LOUISIANA 47,330,767 46,501,951 56,833,777 57,086,791 57,084,130
MAINE 18,622,365 19,891,875 16,665,505 23,605,032 20,634,465
MARYLAND 82,662,138 109,816,813 96,380,664 101,356,950 97,134,343
MASSACHUSETTS 75,075,897 95,727,805 74,245,930 73,157,946 81,756,096
MICHIGAN 164,473,879 246,924,580 290,607,893 317,969,745 297,044,266
MINNESOTA 113,148,820 120,238,329 128,135,742 136,841,446 142,542,751
MISSISSIPPI 30,617,658 31,351,978 28,152,230 25,093,407 24,643,581
MISSOURI 94,391,679 106,566,487 102,962,421 93,519,925 92,119,226
MONTANA 11,640,510 13,356,202 12,366,610 12,488,346 14,368,225
NEBRASKA 31,973,151 38,324,928 48,599,097 51,452,821 47,362,837
NEVADA 38,022,688 41,050,965 33,214,421 40,122,603 39,823,537
NEW HAMPSHIRE 16,919,544 16,004,941 14,682,375 18,740,756 18,125,076
NEW JERSEY 139,127,636 156,961,031 145,758,766 169,893,050 170,238,325
NEW MEXICO 32,341,992 33,642,649 45,490,339 39,663,969 42,850,806
NEW YORK 212,809,547 239,933,915 241,496,134 306,731,258 287,129,649
NORTH CAROLINA 130,060,394 111,574,925 115,865,908 114,731,870 107,657,065
NORTH DAKOTA 9,957,810 9,746,769 12,130,901 11,793,383 11,645,878
OHIO 274,378,160 301,987,183 359,069,774 344,634,577 335,322,308
OKLAHOMA 32,252,862 42,613,621 44,775,915 52,282,771 50,470,419
OREGON 42,336,273 49,500,340 44,843,700 51,552,166 56,012,319
PENNSYLVANIA 183,526,973 199,449,743 184,690,363 200,473,876 205,750,237
PUERTO RICO 29,797,384 30,057,676 36,812,176 34,938,437 42,688,161
RHODE ISLAND 10,920,203 11,783,959 12,423,716 12,692,034 12,325,753
SOUTH CAROLINA 36,672,072 39,295,587 47,831,468 40,281,284 38,731,071
SOUTH DAKOTA 6,554,522 7,099,472 6,873,113 7,434,866 7,495,613
TENNESSEE 52,191,331 55,776,197 59,951,980 76,715,673 69,969,809
TEXAS 202,946,289 207,392,384 238,817,225 265,126,381 288,660,594
UTAH 36,312,567 37,027,913 37,350,946 36,816,553 35,663,343
VERMONT 9,047,583 10,313,647 11,156,171 11,146,668 11,853,275
VIRGIN ISLANDS 2,559,423 5,330,740 7,477,516 5,289,924 4,801,753
VIRGINIA 75,708,963 79,436,342 73,398,552 76,276,031 79,061,476
WASHINGTON 118,133,123 129,378,306 134,257,031 127,203,755 140,225,984
WEST VIRGINIA 28,668,536 31,163,641 31,747,240 32,855,073 36,674,530
WISCONSIN 96,688,882 90,127,039 99,446,924 97,279,925 100,556,292
WYOMING 8,764,286 10,660,549 12,021,129 10,223,927 9,399,650
TOTALS $4,038,951,999 $4,525,771,150 $4,835,234,199 $5,183,316,271 $5,215,708,370

 

TABLE 30: FEDERAL SHARE OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A line 9 B+D.

ALABAMA $35,611,163 $38,132,032 $36,744,016 $41,772,350 $42,757,751
ALASKA 11,892,504 14,486,488 14,741,524 13,850,492 14,332,398
ARIZONA 38,907,328 40,397,458 38,820,223 40,633,973 38,999,968
ARKANSAS 24,408,488 27,620,376 31,493,601 35,292,028 31,547,881
CALIFORNIA 405,195,689 446,933,240 535,842,556 640,414,803 642,350,175
COLORADO 34,459,151 42,090,798 40,177,680 42,203,602 47,589,134
CONNECTICUT 25,500,777 36,723,780 37,646,485 41,137,173 39,155,628
DELAWARE 12,097,749 12,474,637 14,534,706 12,220,632 15,127,577
DIST. OF COL. 8,761,188 10,580,057 13,244,904 12,123,785 16,166,075
FLORIDA 126,081,489 143,241,739 149,710,348 151,549,303 152,703,395
GEORGIA 59,553,919 73,634,375 72,837,316 72,856,621 75,756,290
GUAM 2,518,316 2,135,682 4,316,712 3,423,657 2,912,345
HAWAII 13,853,295 10,866,549 7,831,056 8,075,600 10,626,329
IDAHO 6,933,950 13,065,847 14,632,423 13,195,260 13,142,229
ILLINOIS 91,778,835 105,026,795 119,408,267 116,658,654 126,727,501
INDIANA 25,536,707 33,515,020 42,302,273 38,171,773 36,391,258
IOWA 28,716,250 36,125,538 31,349,034 31,562,743 34,005,911
KANSAS 32,764,235 34,674,699 36,444,977 37,673,723 33,081,053
KENTUCKY 37,249,397 39,506,005 43,592,038 41,644,637 40,428,039
LOUISIANA 31,631,370 31,133,247 38,700,479 38,010,816 37,916,604
MAINE 12,331,480 13,170,118 11,580,181 15,608,293 13,630,409
MARYLAND 54,963,710 73,280,089 64,039,641 66,972,127 64,131,993
MASSACHUSETTS 50,191,367 63,663,938 49,200,301 48,348,358 54,028,092
MICHIGAN 108,662,792 164,800,030 193,569,295 209,999,856 196,155,248
MINNESOTA 74,863,180 79,516,883 84,707,570 90,481,729 94,266,376
MISSISSIPPI 20,364,999 20,896,120 18,892,124 16,746,999 16,436,988
MISSOURI 62,432,181 70,649,476 69,595,403 62,026,337 61,119,881
MONTANA 7,776,191 8,865,844 8,214,285 8,272,313 9,494,652
NEBRASKA 21,194,022 25,376,800 32,796,253 34,022,260 31,326,226
NEVADA 25,118,585 27,274,626 22,345,234 26,508,244 26,313,572
NEW HAMPSHIRE 11,465,868 10,585,731 9,715,420 12,598,325 11,986,462
NEW JERSEY 91,926,796 103,676,472 96,997,418 112,259,046 112,442,757
NEW MEXICO 21,372,665 22,388,526 30,534,508 26,199,265 28,323,847
NEW YORK 140,805,327 158,669,369 160,093,567 202,847,433 189,833,926
NORTH CAROLINA 86,026,282 73,879,898 76,703,767 75,961,551 71,272,669
NORTH DAKOTA 6,840,076 6,444,502 8,034,034 7,789,975 7,693,245
OHIO 181,533,385 200,995,238 239,846,085 228,191,923 222,063,568
OKLAHOMA 21,367,112 28,695,749 29,676,473 34,841,729 33,395,292
OREGON 27,941,846 32,818,274 29,701,975 34,060,493 37,008,214
PENNSYLVANIA 122,633,135 131,843,008 122,095,872 132,475,460 135,933,988
PUERTO RICO 19,678,756 20,027,514 24,317,442 23,141,964 28,196,327
RHODE ISLAND 7,458,854 7,893,867 8,304,286 8,376,742 8,166,459
SOUTH CAROLINA 24,393,946 26,177,697 32,552,670 26,701,035 25,683,952
SOUTH DAKOTA 4,422,754 4,822,185 4,631,093 4,925,871 4,962,646
TENNESSEE 34,897,180 37,822,999 40,081,888 50,968,814 46,579,136
TEXAS 135,875,645 137,896,348 159,072,724 176,302,824 191,399,487
UTAH 24,222,336 24,486,318 24,704,318 24,327,960 23,583,303
VERMONT 6,065,541 6,930,363 7,614,610 7,383,287 7,841,501
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1,693,368 3,525,292 5,324,830 3,496,995 3,174,084
VIRGINIA 50,303,090 52,955,557 48,970,714 50,490,635 52,289,084
WASHINGTON 78,023,327 85,354,185 88,637,429 83,990,215 92,654,896
WEST VIRGINIA 18,986,263 20,953,998 21,291,080 21,755,127 24,257,381
WISCONSIN 64,579,502 60,411,106 65,867,266 64,429,060 66,655,011
WYOMING 5,900,784 7,248,702 8,077,343 6,757,440 6,213,885
TOTALS $2,679,764,145 $3,006,361,184 $3,222,157,717 $3,431,731,310 $3,450,232,098

 

TABLE 31: STATE SHARE OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A line 16 (B+D) - line 11 B.

ALABAMA $17,922,706 $18,960,048 $17,534,940 $21,040,962 $21,476,062
ALASKA 6,071,616 7,018,308 7,350,869 7,114,012 7,350,079
ARIZONA 19,749,919 20,169,048 19,763,842 20,854,047 19,995,787
ARKANSAS 12,396,368 12,911,645 16,076,295 18,033,516 16,128,142
CALIFORNIA 207,513,507 229,048,118 272,866,915 327,435,884 330,065,936
COLORADO 17,510,905 21,056,221 20,698,874 21,142,361 24,478,589
CONNECTICUT 13,075,190 18,645,117 19,226,552 21,111,325 20,120,225
DELAWARE 6,107,198 6,249,803 7,178,193 6,269,980 7,772,119
DIST. OF COL. 4,479,678 5,425,068 6,636,168 6,232,138 8,315,726
FLORIDA 64,420,182 73,085,733 72,148,721 77,391,144 77,912,856
GEORGIA 30,375,653 36,783,340 36,223,968 37,118,172 38,332,567
GUAM 1,285,470 1,041,449 1,792,237 1,756,938 1,492,419
HAWAII 6,276,179 5,574,418 4,037,525 4,128,456 5,450,653
IDAHO 3,552,251 6,643,057 6,973,240 6,748,697 6,725,884
ILLINOIS 47,068,164 53,713,171 60,614,197 58,969,365 65,013,965
INDIANA 13,011,797 16,994,927 18,383,085 19,243,994 18,451,317
IOWA 13,876,688 18,516,754 16,075,067 16,183,580 17,428,698
KANSAS 16,863,746 16,544,632 18,763,494 19,397,178 17,002,892
KENTUCKY 18,938,445 20,148,696 20,686,226 21,210,494 20,570,674
LOUISIANA 15,699,397 15,368,704 18,133,298 19,075,975 19,167,526
MAINE 6,290,885 6,721,757 5,085,324 7,996,739 7,004,056
MARYLAND 27,698,428 36,536,724 32,341,023 34,384,823 33,002,350
MASSACHUSETTS 24,884,530 32,063,867 25,045,629 24,809,588 27,728,004
MICHIGAN 55,811,087 82,124,550 97,038,598 107,969,889 100,889,018
MINNESOTA 38,285,640 40,721,446 43,428,172 46,359,717 48,276,375
MISSISSIPPI 10,252,659 10,455,858 9,260,106 8,346,408 8,206,593
MISSOURI 31,959,498 35,917,011 33,367,018 31,493,588 30,999,345
MONTANA 3,864,319 4,490,358 4,152,325 4,216,033 4,873,573
NEBRASKA 10,779,129 12,948,128 15,802,844 17,430,561 16,036,611
NEVADA 12,904,103 13,776,339 10,869,187 13,614,359 13,509,965
NEW HAMPSHIRE 5,453,676 5,419,210 4,966,955 6,142,431 6,138,614
NEW JERSEY 47,200,840 53,284,559 48,761,348 57,634,004 57,795,568
NEW MEXICO 10,969,327 11,254,123 14,955,831 13,464,704 14,526,959
NEW YORK 72,004,220 81,264,546 81,402,567 103,883,825 97,295,723
NORTH CAROLINA 44,034,112 37,695,027 39,162,141 38,770,319 36,384,396
NORTH DAKOTA 3,117,734 3,302,267 4,096,867 4,003,408 3,952,633
OHIO 92,844,775 100,991,945 119,223,689 116,442,654 113,258,740
OKLAHOMA 10,885,750 13,917,872 15,099,442 17,441,042 17,075,127
OREGON 14,394,427 16,682,066 15,141,725 17,491,673 17,932,555
PENNSYLVANIA 60,893,838 67,606,735 62,594,491 67,998,416 69,816,249
PUERTO RICO 10,118,628 10,030,162 12,494,734 11,796,473 14,491,834
RHODE ISLAND 3,461,349 3,890,092 4,119,430 4,315,292 4,159,294
SOUTH CAROLINA 12,278,126 13,117,890 15,278,798 13,580,249 13,047,119
SOUTH DAKOTA 2,131,768 2,277,287 2,242,020 2,508,995 2,532,967
TENNESSEE 17,294,151 17,953,198 19,870,092 25,746,859 23,390,673
TEXAS 67,070,644 69,496,036 79,744,501 88,823,557 97,261,107
UTAH 12,090,231 12,541,595 12,646,628 12,488,593 12,080,040
VERMONT 2,982,042 3,383,284 3,541,561 3,763,381 4,011,774
VIRGIN ISLANDS 866,055 1,805,448 2,152,686 1,792,929 1,627,669
VIRGINIA 25,405,873 26,480,785 24,427,838 25,785,396 26,772,392
WASHINGTON 40,109,796 44,024,121 45,619,602 43,213,540 47,571,088
WEST VIRGINIA 9,682,273 10,209,643 10,456,160 11,099,946 12,417,149
WISCONSIN 32,109,380 29,715,933 33,579,658 32,850,865 33,901,281
WYOMING 2,863,502 3,411,847 3,943,786 3,466,487 3,185,765
TOTALS $1,359,187,854 $1,519,409,966 $1,613,076,482 $1,751,584,961 $1,764,404,722

 

TABLE 32: NON-IV-D COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A line 1b A+C.

ALABAMA $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
ALASKA 0 0 0 0 0
ARIZONA 598,184 1,045,513 764,958 1,203,465 1,077,797
ARKANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 0 0 4,899,364 0 0
COLORADO 0 0 0 0 0
CONNECTICUT 0 0 0 0 0
DELAWARE -55,539 214,593 282,017 265,174 262,033
DIST. OF COL. 0 0 69,529 727,193 0
FLORIDA 0 0 0 3,888,255 3,589,186
GEORGIA 0 0 0 0 595,429
GUAM 0 0 0 0 206,156
HAWAII -303,612 649,780 -213,672 129,982 140,599
IDAHO 0 0 443,396 0 0
ILLINOIS 0 0 0 0 0
INDIANA 0 0 0 0 0
IOWA 0 86,267 96,754 98,237 84,546
KANSAS 0 0 1,114,733 2,077,948 2,230,911
KENTUCKY 169,811 229,616 148,425 257,497 336,362
LOUISIANA 0 0 0 0 0
MAINE 6,627 8,029 9,836 11,162 10,134
MARYLAND 0 0 0 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 0 0 0 0 0
MICHIGAN 0 0 0 0 0
MINNESOTA 0 0 0 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 0 0 0 0 0
MISSOURI 0 0 22,860 324,917 618,478
MONTANA 9,531 14,366 15,109 53,424 58,003
NEBRASKA 0 0 0 0 0
NEVADA 0 86 29 0 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 0 0
NEW JERSEY 48,151 92,438 60,954 115,187 211,721
NEW MEXICO -4,721 891,821 804,094 871,835 1,240,176
NEW YORK 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 0 0 304,150 225,739 187,868
NORTH DAKOTA 0 0 14,823 236,003 204,487
OHIO 1,391,744 3,145,009 3,379,704 2,343,036 2,016,855
OKLAHOMA 0 0 0 0 0
OREGON 0 0 0 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 0 0 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 0 35,891
RHODE ISLAND 15,271 40,168 33,782 67,128 73,495
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 0 0 0 0 0
TENNESSEE 0 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 0 85 1,063,289 1,965,266 6,100,540
UTAH 103,888 132,367 125,387 111,258 115,769
VERMONT 81,763 68,910 72,706 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 23,562 167,044 0 0 0
VIRGINIA 0 0 101,198 245,170 165,433
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 52 0 0 0 0
WISCONSIN 5,674 601,850 838,870 823,661 712,458
WYOMING 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS $2,090,386 $7,387,942 $14,452,295 $16,041,537 $20,274,327

 

TABLE 33: ADP EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A lines 4,5 and 6.

OCSE-396A lines 4 and 5 show the automated data processing expenditures eligible for FFP at the 66% rate, and line 6 shows approved ADP expenditures eligible for FFP at the 80% rate.

ALABAMA $15,471,977 $16,612,254 $15,742,227 $15,431,786 $14,700,128
ALASKA 354,214 2,289,591 3,284,182 3,478,247 3,403,826
ARIZONA 3,998,964 2,626,823 734,095 0 0
ARKANSAS 15,399,725 20,058,890 19,508,531 27,347,386 18,295,916
CALIFORNIA 75,691,941 88,009,083 113,707,193 136,426,099 145,844,663
COLORADO 1,487,184 3,832,220 1,944,787 2,365,473 2,062,563
CONNECTICUT 1,760,552 1,567,537 1,290,699 1,705,391 3,081,192
DELAWARE 1,997,908 2,380,056 3,822,041 1,827,816 2,169,363
DIST. OF COL. 3,074,161 7,661,441 6,438,780 6,009,158 5,879,439
FLORIDA 18,341,091 22,119,034 29,881,146 28,673,125 26,302,682
GEORGIA 16,566,361 25,751,129 24,902,850 26,596,590 26,614,245
GUAM 207,632 651,310 3,622,927 2,407,852 1,484,324
HAWAII 8,492,042 3,906,096 2,142,294 292,027 -2,226,948
IDAHO 6,256,509 5,379,005 4,164,083 3,672,809 3,708,215
ILLINOIS 27,157,065 24,825,036 16,781,590 20,818,012 27,533,855
INDIANA 11,169,778 21,848,002 27,144,112 19,438,549 15,439,133
IOWA 8,079,049 15,623,623 7,262,983 7,477,317 9,042,850
KANSAS 14,368,352 17,859,008 16,242,139 13,684,811 9,474,273
KENTUCKY 6,929,831 7,659,594 7,663,823 6,412,120 5,713,739
LOUISIANA 2,082,544 1,524,575 6,949,679 5,989,296 2,484,881
MAINE 2,047,330 1,699,046 1,523,224 2,122,564 1,176,494
MARYLAND 6,034,812 18,974,267 13,659,942 7,384,346 1,649,009
MASSACHUSETTS 22,716,227 14,211,412 13,871,878 14,530,241 20,488,831
MICHIGAN 7,934,650 80,518,933 108,064,808 133,025,525 126,409,009
MINNESOTA 29,062,532 27,840,481 30,250,823 30,288,359 30,540,244
MISSISSIPPI 2,394,280 1,845,802 2,615,066 2,091,765 1,930,835
MISSOURI 27,795,110 26,954,613 23,406,108 12,592,502 11,593,405
MONTANA 2,960,011 4,933,275 2,761,024 4,649,922 2,063,104
NEBRASKA 13,662,307 15,620,003 20,299,796 19,642,808 19,461,538
NEVADA 11,379,364 8,011,860 6,128,478 7,231,911 5,429,931
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4,782,501 4,313,426 2,869,995 4,462,473 2,742,974
NEW JERSEY 15,150,381 10,215,378 8,788,423 11,496,457 10,224,959
NEW MEXICO 4,587,379 16,386,721 27,511,201 11,774,391 10,743,339
NEW YORK 11,548,566 13,742,673 22,418,170 16,707,778 14,547,175
NORTH CAROLINA 20,673,239 17,704,524 20,635,221 19,460,940 10,631,237
NORTH DAKOTA 3,133,864 2,720,325 2,925,846 3,563,212 3,096,967
OHIO 58,009,232 65,803,840 77,555,478 57,108,342 43,795,094
OKLAHOMA 3,140,841 6,585,650 6,894,745 3,166,235 1,569,271
OREGON 4,477,518 2,137,301 1,612,908 1,990,955 1,856,176
PENNSYLVANIA 61,841,833 56,397,914 35,521,404 36,443,208 33,570,835
PUERTO RICO 5,057,779 1,466,022 1,492,379 3,403,144 7,481,978
RHODE ISLAND 2,471,343 1,449,565 1,168,320 511,752 583,273
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 6,056,685 13,000,365 5,236,425 4,544,475
SOUTH DAKOTA 882,397 916,659 952,251 842,269 756,792
TENNESSEE 13,734,208 16,596,801 16,411,307 18,694,129 17,528,692
TEXAS 38,859,772 37,315,303 43,695,156 46,076,972 47,400,889
UTAH 8,481,968 7,507,186 6,907,208 6,864,622 6,417,751
VERMONT 721,702 1,087,829 2,020,518 659,313 536,080
VIRGIN ISLANDS 390,390 1,652,204 3,742,377 1,468,418 1,470,163
VIRGINIA 14,642,238 13,464,831 11,949,362 12,430,114 15,409,605
WASHINGTON 11,759,512 13,985,589 12,416,520 11,003,741 10,739,742
WEST VIRGINIA 3,423,846 6,053,717 5,830,648 2,994,627 2,461,971
WISCONSIN 29,115,593 28,939,333 18,376,427 24,585,299 19,975,520
WYOMING 1,250,395 2,093,753 2,709,788 2,537,043 1,829,932
TOTALS $683,010,000 $827,387,228 $883,217,325 $867,095,666 $811,665,629

 

TABLE 34: ADP EXPENDITURES AT ENHANCED RATE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A line 6 (A+C).

OCSE-396A line 6 shows the approved ADP expenditures for FFP at the 80% rate.

ALABAMA $0 $1,251,726 $4,523,583 $0 $0
ALASKA 190,426 2,017,907 1,027,743 0 0
ARIZONA 853,909 2,450,883 629,190 0 0
ARKANSAS 0 5,413,728 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 0 0 11,451,669 8,128,677 116,809
COLORADO 820,175 2,570,005 0 2,665,506 0
CONNECTICUT 0 990,070 487,050 106,115 0
DELAWARE 470,644 681,150 1,302,954 0 0
DIST. OF COL. 0 0 779,760 0 0
FLORIDA 0 965,888 20,669,254 0 0
GEORGIA 54,260 3,637,218 4,200,793 0 1,089,312
GUAM 0 226,550 2,004,263 0 0
HAWAII 3,945,700 0 0 0 0
IDAHO 0 0 2,410,655 0 0
ILLINOIS 0 1,020,232 3,050,226 4,005,313 -7,205
INDIANA 0 0 14,883,653 522,780 0
IOWA 3,906,357 0 0 0 0
KANSAS 0 6,066,460 0 0 0
KENTUCKY 0 0 7,441,963 0 0
LOUISIANA 0 292,485 6,070,121 628,244 0
MAINE 0 0 3,906,789 0 0
MARYLAND 269,585 4,695,428 1,398,530 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 3,925,457 2,863,006 862,498 0 0
MICHIGAN 0 12,128,145 11,165,607 0 0
MINNESOTA 0 0 0 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 455,556 173,299 804,538 0 0
MISSOURI 0 0 9,798,655 0 0
MONTANA 534,741 285,240 245,077 0 0
NEBRASKA 0 0 4,673,189 0 0
NEVADA 0 1,102,680 2,912,740 0 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 1,975,334 18,681 0 1,451,750 0
NEW JERSEY 102,367 0 5,058,150 289,903 0
NEW MEXICO 0 1,139,208 3,476,728 0 0
NEW YORK 666,006 -12,075 3,760,342 942,533 0
NORTH CAROLINA -141,356 141,289 0 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 1,684,229 30,457 141,400 0 0
OHIO 0 5,568,377 14,254,375 0 0
OKLAHOMA 0 3,242,022 382,746 1,927,028 0
OREGON 0 417,845 468,600 74,308 0
PENNSYLVANIA 10,041,036 70,320 304,090 0 0
PUERTO RICO 0 1,289,056 0 458,173 0
RHODE ISLAND 1,796,575 831,822 747,381 0 0
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 6,051,231 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 396,147 755,463 561,027 0 0
TENNESSEE 2,060,658 5,213,541 1,785,047 0 0
TEXAS 10,034,783 2,732,931 5,473,113 4,155,078 617,198
UTAH 1,621,660 27,115 209,484 0 0
VERMONT 500,000 688,625 1,609,513 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 2,741,823 0 0
VIRGINIA 1,462,940 2,104,374 2,715,701 585,735 0
WASHINGTON 103,180 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 141,490 2,274,435 2,118,535 0 0
WISCONSIN 4,489,191 5,627,514 86,829 0 0
WYOMING 720,144 1,437,060 934,651 0 0
TOTALS $53,081,194 $82,430,160 $169,581,266 $25,941,143 $1,816,114

 

TABLE 35: EXPENDITURES FOR LABORATORY TESTS FOR PATERNITY ESTABLISHMENT FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-396A line 8 A+C.

ALABAMA $1,161,701 $1,150,066 $1,194,178 $1,314,848 $1,514,312
ALASKA 39,688 45,064 69,417 57,998 91,514
ARIZONA 308,315 335,169 277,724 216,177 261,542
ARKANSAS 488,672 463,829 406,124 404,870 340,438
CALIFORNIA 3,305,807 3,273,093 2,046,122 2,063,898 2,246,615
COLORADO 183,704 224,851 -3,530 92,075 101,822
CONNECTICUT 169,308 173,749 175,389 159,607 139,853
DELAWARE 69,142 88,106 90,747 70,114 57,405
DIST. OF COL. 92,565 69,482 59,301 36,981 33,687
FLORIDA 1,459,944 1,376,595 1,623,623 1,869,190 2,069,451
GEORGIA 803,362 1,039,464 1,119,825 1,138,568 1,271,412
GUAM 32,567 29,410 17,531 18,600 21,670
HAWAII 64,354 64,634 -9,208 87,179 64,667
IDAHO 54,404 241,546 146,629 134,367 121,982
ILLINOIS 582,565 481,608 693,357 764,237 746,412
INDIANA 394,565 743,562 692,605 850,743 813,151
IOWA 241,757 256,775 204,693 209,036 246,117
KANSAS 40,679 85,983 30,774 28,866 106,873
KENTUCKY 689,247 557,930 527,126 667,709 703,694
LOUISIANA 1,296,374 1,670,872 1,418,208 1,023,244 1,004,484
MAINE 169,658 172,844 141,668 120,715 48,596
MARYLAND 1,537,317 598,466 969,209 318,910 97,190
MASSACHUSETTS 382,130 344,864 321,828 267,142 287,787
MICHIGAN 458,480 549,458 853,756 582,606 441,807
MINNESOTA 581,959 664,947 574,915 693,228 784,000
MISSISSIPPI 389,866 748,131 829,246 772,299 717,602
MISSOURI 764,433 1,314,980 1,118,301 1,263,281 1,338,294
MONTANA 77,458 45,071 75,051 125,020 48,433
NEBRASKA 382,246 343,112 277,507 264,155 278,137
NEVADA 98,386 110,890 66,380 113,862 125,143
NEW HAMPSHIRE 93,425 82,725 104,383 109,087 99,633
NEW JERSEY 367,601 342,467 368,711 371,032 356,099
NEW MEXICO 112,294 103,711 100,589 87,681 176,309
NEW YORK 1,074,105 1,014,757 748,623 1,136,856 1,368,150
NORTH CAROLINA 859,210 919,444 967,778 993,822 912,531
NORTH DAKOTA 36,183 30,711 32,676 26,425 29,023
OHIO 3,041,588 3,767,181 3,601,754 3,054,600 3,128,519
OKLAHOMA 334,263 486,995 294,940 272,154 353,399
OREGON -403 373,130 164,694 106,914 185,952
PENNSYLVANIA 414,944 818,044 656,919 677,921 578,479
PUERTO RICO 52,008 37,383 89,191 76,875 92,247
RHODE ISLAND 0 0 0 0 131,084
SOUTH CAROLINA 793,238 1,010,872 569,694 480,786 506,015
SOUTH DAKOTA 110,797 128,196 67,898 78,579 64,747
TENNESSEE 676,706 1,170,050 1,098,644 1,401,956 1,662,766
TEXAS 2,192,592 2,644,862 2,862,993 3,073,747 3,321,203
UTAH 120,878 183,739 97,351 120,980 189,566
VERMONT 100,576 97,194 109,193 110,358 76,416
VIRGIN ISLANDS 17,285 29,180 24,231 23,525 20,525
VIRGINIA 543,160 970,667 614,466 276,878 452,124
WASHINGTON 170,917 -147,907 115,788 148,905 440,607
WEST VIRGINIA 188,411 281,555 172,106 294,911 217,453
WISCONSIN 568,143 580,869 917,256 934,619 1,199,418
WYOMING 64,723 48,140 52,276 40,205 42,146
TOTALS $28,253,297 $32,238,516 $29,840,650 $29,628,341 $31,728,501

 

TABLE 36: FEES AND COSTS RECOVERED FOR TWO FISCAL YEARS
STATES FPLS
2002
FPLS
2003
CSENet
2002
CSENet
2003
Pre-Offset
2002
Pre-Offset
2003
Other
2002
Other
2003
ALABAMA $75,052 $95,700 $16,844 $30,164 $0 $0 $0 $0
ALASKA 19,904 27,232 15,280 23,660 0 0 0 0
ARIZONA 63,076 78,796 16,472 28,560 53,606 54,814 0 0
ARKANSAS 35,296 47,784 15,704 25,612 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 414,636 521,844 26,620 70,632 0 0 0 0
COLORADO 46,328 58,456 16,036 26,628 0 0 0 0
CONNECTICUT 51,312 66,064 16,144 27,348 0 0 0 0
DELAWARE 20,108 28,128 15,288 23,748 0 0 0 0
DIST. OF COL. 27,488 39,844 15,496 24,860 0 0 0 0
FLORIDA 188,300 224,136 20,100 42,360 53,336 51,194 0 0
GEORGIA 105,176 145,796 17,760 34,920 104,297 99,378 0 0
GUAM 11,508 17,196 15,040 22,708 0 1,369 0 0
HAWAII 21,516 30,956 15,340 24,016 5,865 5,083 0 0
IDAHO 22,652 32,184 15,344 24,132 8,904 7,047 0 0
ILLINOIS 144,176 205,536 18,952 40,596 0 0 -936,273 0
INDIANA 124,628 132,912 18,640 33,696 28,066 23,520 0 0
IOWA 44,124 57,580 15,952 26,544 12,634 15,578 0 0
KANSAS 34,560 47,552 15,708 25,592 26,586 17,296 0 0
KENTUCKY 65,528 84,856 16,604 29,136 0 0 0 0
LOUISIANA 71,096 89,932 16,748 29,616 0 0 0 0
MAINE 23,568 31,212 15,396 24,040 0 0 0 0
MARYLAND 75,092 97,432 16,932 30,328 0 0 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 51,428 66,704 16,228 27,412 0 0 0 0
MICHIGAN 288,492 332,508 22,852 52,652 70,241 90,765 0 0
MINNESOTA 52,880 69,916 16,208 27,716 0 0 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 60,424 77,736 16,488 28,456 0 0 0 0
MISSOURI 76,712 99,912 16,908 30,564 27,847 28,451 3,733 0
MONTANA 17,388 24,444 15,204 23,396 11,634 11,630 0 0
NEBRASKA 33,868 42,432 15,712 25,104 0 0 0 0
NEVADA 24,484 35,204 15,416 24,420 5,833 5,682 0 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 18,524 25,440 15,244 23,492 9,381 10,604 0 0
NEW JERSEY 108,016 121,664 18,024 32,628 87,014 89,633 0 0
NEW MEXICO 24,396 35,288 15,412 24,428 11,293 15,088 0 0
NEW YORK 241,268 287,880 21,684 48,412 0 0 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 94,320 125,164 17,392 32,960 0 0 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 17,396 24,204 15,216 23,376 0 0 0 0
OHIO 183,608 218,644 20,184 41,840 206,239 51,982 0 0
OKLAHOMA 32,676 45,152 15,644 25,364 13,267 12,624 0 0
OREGON 57,236 55,554 16,352 21,081 10,762 0 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 176,440 201,480 19,956 40,208 45,175 39,604 0 0
PUERTO RICO 46,600 63,896 16,048 27,144 0 0 0 0
RHODE ISLAND 23,968 30,976 15,424 24,016 0 0 0 0
SOUTH CAROLINA 49,712 66,368 16,156 27,380 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 15,656 22,240 15,160 23,188 3,054 2,683 0 0
TENNESSEE 108,596 129,644 17,900 33,388 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 164,700 237,528 19,300 43,632 68,430 92,329 0 0
UTAH 29,184 38,464 15,544 24,728 0 0 0 0
VERMONT 13,972 20,224 15,112 22,996 2,044 2,204 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 12,016 17,204 15,060 22,708 0 0 0 0
VIRGINIA 79,252 105,816 16,956 31,124 85,169 92,597 0 0
WASHINGTON 76,780 97,956 16,884 30,376 28,528 27,450 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 29,668 42,688 15,544 25,128 0 0 0 0
WISCONSIN 86,308 106,600 17,188 31,200 0 0 0 0
WYOMING 18,900 27,440 15,236 23,680 0 0 0 0
TOTALS $3,999,992 $5,057,498 $910,036 $1,613,093 $979,205 $848,605 $-932,540 $0
Source: Form OCSE-396A line 11 line 12 line 13 line 14

 

TABLE 37: FEES RETAINED BY OTHER STATES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 13.

ALABAMA $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
ALASKA 0 1,001 1,129 2,212 3,646
ARIZONA 0 0 0 0 0
ARKANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 5,785 9,339 11,553 11,105 8,371
COLORADO 0 0 1,798 0 5,009
CONNECTICUT 0 0 0 0 109,175
DELAWARE 0 0 0 0 2,295
DIST. OF COL. 0 0 0 0 0
FLORIDA 0 0 0 0 0
GEORGIA 0 0 0 489 23,591
GUAM 177,302 0 0 0 0
HAWAII 0 0 0 78 668
IDAHO 0 0 0 0 33,500
ILLINOIS 0 0 0 0 0
INDIANA 0 0 2,477 2,001 13,881
IOWA 0 0 7,449 7,820 17,051
KANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
KENTUCKY 0 0 0 0 336,319
LOUISIANA 0 0 6,996 4,693 2,980
MAINE 5,657,841 3,194,796 0 0 0
MARYLAND 0 0 526 2,621 1,151
MASSACHUSETTS 0 33 220 10
MICHIGAN 8,225 67,987 56,716 579,188 5,229
MINNESOTA 0 0 1,364 3,630 13,055
MISSISSIPPI 374 164 274 -8,552 -93,650
MISSOURI 0 0 0 0 0
MONTANA 59 6,548 7,414 7,490 10,210
NEBRASKA 0 0 0 4,897 9,705
NEVADA 0 1,951 12,120 14,571 13,623
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 0 361
NEW JERSEY 0 0 0 0 196
NEW MEXICO 0 0 0 356 2,095
NEW YORK 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 994 0 0 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 3,237 564 3,457 5,116 5,871
OHIO 0 382,445 14,086,330 -5,760,106 22,088
OKLAHOMA 0 23,602 35,800 36,396 39,597
OREGON 0 0 0 5,168 9,755
PENNSYLVANIA 0 0 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 0 65
RHODE ISLAND 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 0 0 0 0 1,809
TENNESSEE 0 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 53,310 47,638 42,851 56,724 75,011
UTAH 0 0 372 551 1,668
VERMONT 0 0 0 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 0 0 0
VIRGINIA 0 0 2,470 3,542 8,283
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 0 0 0 27 795
WISCONSIN 0 0 0 0 549,400
WYOMING 0 4 7,149 6,974 12,625
TOTALS $5,907,127 $3,736,072 $14,288,465 -$5,013,004 $1,245,438

 

TABLE 38 : TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Forms OCSE-34A line 7a - OCSE-396A line 9 A+C.

ALABAMA -$36,475,950 -$46,758,800 -$42,867,808 -$51,884,421 -$54,076,050
ALASKA -945,544 -5,793,388 -5,785,642 -4,963,883 -5,848,653
ARIZONA -35,734,891 -34,567,595 -34,170,446 -33,532,662 -32,121,066
ARKANSAS -26,897,501 -31,207,602 -38,697,909 -45,664,873 -40,236,227
CALIFORNIA 3,939,622 42,278,918 -161,118,617 -430,956,644 -368,020,518
COLORADO -21,941,411 -34,755,930 -36,161,416 -39,293,194 -49,372,465
CONNECTICUT 8,720,752 -10,787,024 -13,305,652 -13,871,203 -15,529,173
DELAWARE -12,061,917 -12,859,439 -16,041,541 -12,630,686 -17,301,777
DIST. OF COL. -8,226,778 -11,863,410 -15,644,193 -13,693,296 -19,463,178
FLORIDA -117,555,377 -141,281,765 -152,346,904 -148,279,370 -153,910,938
GEORGIA -54,584,178 -75,761,228 -76,614,387 -79,287,018 -82,950,286
GUAM -2,446,557 -1,849,518 -4,871,391 -3,683,775 -2,832,054
HAWAII -11,609,876 -6,441,786 -746,288 -1,454,077 -6,778,037
IDAHO -6,437,205 -15,432,420 -17,157,651 -15,666,033 -15,750,876
ILLINOIS -67,594,878 -78,185,387 -126,916,163 -132,032,574 -151,834,774
INDIANA -19,655,690 -29,574,514 -38,108,920 -30,587,032 -23,164,587
IOWA -125,636 -12,608,826 -7,171,803 -9,640,423 -13,522,170
KANSAS -21,375,493 -23,581,682 -40,476,335 -38,066,473 -29,800,832
KENTUCKY -20,812,261 -26,477,714 -30,431,369 -27,899,360 -29,431,982
LOUISIANA -29,819,181 -31,194,466 -41,002,937 -41,083,459 -41,832,612
MAINE 8,036,334 9,147,276 11,387,713 1,503,896 4,120,240
MARYLAND -58,377,765 -84,720,042 -74,195,740 -79,997,601 -76,301,319
MASSACHUSETTS -21,165,326 -50,523,436 -30,801,793 -26,426,912 -36,944,744
MICHIGAN -44,015,040 -134,552,368 -210,151,315 -206,713,280 -199,099,747
MINNESOTA -55,888,764 -66,604,874 -79,427,102 -89,116,718 -93,308,914
MISSISSIPPI -20,285,882 -23,513,819 -20,430,802 -17,378,012 -17,018,444
MISSOURI -60,793,236 -65,790,104 -58,350,599 -43,988,576 -47,757,218
MONTANA -6,073,262 -8,281,981 -7,626,348 -6,854,921 -8,467,151
NEBRASKA -20,300,130 -28,598,250 -35,978,104 -41,296,356 -38,492,232
NEVADA -30,917,227 -35,834,479 -27,467,727 -34,432,209 -33,678,139
NEW HAMPSHIRE -8,849,270 -6,712,079 -6,464,659 -10,328,677 -7,553,586
NEW JERSEY -67,159,529 -91,900,701 -84,398,873 -108,777,503 -112,035,429
NEW MEXICO -22,024,567 -25,685,573 -38,292,340 -31,443,935 -34,482,998
NEW YORK -36,609,853 -59,737,206 -73,201,794 -153,843,359 -158,247,230
NORTH CAROLINA -88,729,694 -69,548,324 -74,961,161 -75,220,442 -70,825,009
NORTH DAKOTA -5,190,323 -5,540,011 -6,605,273 -6,507,546 -5,939,018
OHIO -188,870,002 -213,817,871 -286,081,903 -273,346,125 -267,459,931
OKLAHOMA -11,735,545 -22,597,493 -24,853,722 -32,777,424 -31,052,895
OREGON -19,102,976 -27,179,139 -22,778,686 -28,357,480 -30,451,599
PENNSYLVANIA -96,269,425 -112,840,822 -96,496,562 -114,092,167 -126,532,527
PUERTO RICO -28,117,631 -27,985,267 -35,075,657 -33,359,469 -41,051,777
RHODE ISLAND 6,824,294 5,107,177 3,198,178 2,134,177 1,592,369
SOUTH CAROLINA -25,911,839 -29,697,747 -38,813,898 -30,743,137 -30,028,760
SOUTH DAKOTA -1,845,770 -2,341,986 -2,529,564 -3,166,284 -3,543,455
TENNESSEE -36,012,119 -40,958,240 -42,455,445 -55,549,404 -47,776,591
TEXAS -95,368,710 -124,745,193 -137,260,710 -177,142,420 -206,439,293
UTAH -16,981,551 -18,642,315 -18,851,938 -18,966,781 -18,547,588
VERMONT -2,025,563 -2,727,841 -4,291,804 -4,946,409 -6,273,846
VIRGIN ISLANDS -2,138,042 -4,660,727 -7,014,796 -5,058,014 -4,569,604
VIRGINIA -39,088,832 -44,663,559 -35,236,207 -39,712,969 -38,810,513
WASHINGTON -22,708,511 -37,106,567 -46,223,134 -42,849,260 -60,464,785
WEST VIRGINIA -23,427,428 -24,548,963 -20,341,752 -19,445,354 -23,084,022
WISCONSIN -63,824,078 -50,839,848 -58,777,722 -63,958,681 -66,760,079
WYOMING -5,061,595 -7,304,766 -8,612,326 -6,982,203 -6,649,671
TOTALS -$1,691,648,807 -$2,124,650,714 -$2,599,100,937 -$3,053,312,011 -$3,097,713,760

 

TABLE 39: STATE SHARE OF PROGRAM SAVINGS OR COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Forms OCSE-34A and 396A.

ALABAMA -$9,004,808 -$12,139,629 -$11,184,822 -$14,811,474 -$15,489,679
ALASKA 4,736,461 2,688,515 2,370,581 2,969,558 2,570,690
ARIZONA -7,863,356 -7,156,240 -7,785,918 -7,659,872 -7,764,343
ARKANSAS -8,339,573 -8,473,130 -12,106,207 -14,321,128 -12,568,198
CALIFORNIA 174,360,888 187,450,455 101,917,415 -23,240,441 17,155,857
COLORADO 2,618,248 -1,600,676 -2,937,307 -3,960,770 -8,130,963
CONNECTICUT 18,153,582 8,463,149 6,157,139 9,077,322 7,423,112
DELAWARE -2,109,685 -2,391,304 -3,274,015 -2,020,020 -3,312,163
DIST. OF COL. -1,416,706 -2,976,186 -4,517,729 -3,900,823 -5,806,417
FLORIDA -17,293,109 -26,578,960 -25,412,344 -22,699,593 -25,081,445
GEORGIA -7,401,618 -13,877,157 -14,136,132 -16,759,472 -17,484,647
GUAM -705,605 -609,546 -1,254,968 -1,137,239 -953,764
HAWAII -56,381 1,284,181 3,055,415 2,524,985 343,304
IDAHO -1,621,981 -4,440,044 -4,746,157 -4,330,799 -3,973,766
ILLINOIS -659,033 -1,607,156 -28,770,620 -32,401,736 -40,155,221
INDIANA -1,513,056 -6,436,744 -7,244,340 -8,111,604 -5,349,558
IOWA 6,756,318 2,066,408 4,039,438 2,853,283 417,992
KANSAS -1,833,877 -2,063,660 -10,340,728 -10,425,318 -7,745,210
KENTUCKY -3,552,344 -4,030,071 -4,316,161 -6,202,790 -6,565,931
LOUISIANA -7,313,714 -7,628,443 -10,270,951 -11,919,331 -14,787,291
MAINE 7,666,437 8,087,668 8,669,106 3,644,666 3,608,083
MARYLAND -11,146,243 -19,819,071 -17,525,029 -19,295,148 -18,175,839
MASSACHUSETTS 10,156,602 -4,547,716 2,745,870 6,271,277 1,339,980
MICHIGAN 20,772,854 -12,049,665 -42,151,525 -39,786,566 -37,594,351
MINNESOTA -2,774,512 -5,238,494 -8,947,849 -9,167,354 -9,659,458
MISSISSIPPI -4,276,621 -6,401,778 -6,576,028 -4,501,656 -4,423,836
MISSOURI -11,171,066 -13,243,351 -8,981,792 -4,406,082 -5,600,194
MONTANA -1,267,355 -888,520 -807,565 -1,485,433 -1,883,243
NEBRASKA -4,025,145 -7,058,052 -8,325,369 -11,237,271 -10,360,789
NEVADA -7,324,205 -10,394,936 -5,723,878 -9,363,897 -8,772,651
NEW HAMPSHIRE -94,541 -61,542 134,900 -713,125 547,917
NEW JERSEY -213,542 -9,754,397 -4,982,564 -9,976,234 -13,942,126
NEW MEXICO -6,762,885 -6,746,437 -12,396,197 -10,528,579 -11,608,255
NEW YORK 42,127,627 34,865,805 27,144,601 -4,439,876 -11,854,514
NORTH CAROLINA -22,507,798 -15,621,838 -18,467,559 -14,362,613 -10,193,575
NORTH DAKOTA -869,417 -1,322,292 -1,703,011 -1,646,176 -1,275,271
OHIO -39,743,670 -45,991,187 -70,760,175 -68,497,170 -64,545,327
OKLAHOMA -661,900 -4,931,209 -6,169,819 -8,573,309 -8,418,608
OREGON 90,110 -2,425,657 -996,720 -2,709,241 -3,680,442
PENNSYLVANIA -6,809,672 -13,865,736 -7,945,206 -15,079,312 -12,481,026
PUERTO RICO -9,070,652 -8,984,058 -11,532,604 -10,873,734 -13,554,740
RHODE ISLAND 7,648,000 6,874,431 5,636,947 5,134,572 4,298,189
SOUTH CAROLINA -6,633,914 -8,433,739 -11,809,205 -8,855,852 -8,619,892
SOUTH DAKOTA 303,498 1,844,855 1,720,635 511,177 506,087
TENNESSEE -7,522,403 -8,685,371 -11,034,597 -16,850,804 -12,405,194
TEXAS -7,677,201 -23,300,663 -21,946,496 -29,614,269 -39,164,365
UTAH -4,158,769 -5,289,205 -4,948,072 -5,149,079 -4,957,549
VERMONT 1,033,753 681,117 114,039 -183,309 -857,442
VIRGIN ISLANDS -670,710 -1,570,445 -1,977,006 -1,689,951 -1,509,632
VIRGINIA -4,249,728 -2,247,899 -87,867 -1,434,029 1,139,759
WASHINGTON 19,410,571 14,421,828 12,735,888 13,327,596 8,031,510
WEST VIRGINIA -6,531,617 -7,174,423 -6,726,058 -5,511,043 -6,752,277
WISCONSIN -11,705,512 -5,461,457 -5,940,598 -10,818,638 -8,852,200
WYOMING -1,094,995 -1,737,171 -2,269,136 -1,765,725 -1,654,137
TOTALS $66,186,030 -$86,526,843 -$272,588,350 -$466,103,448 -$460,583,048

 

TABLE 40: FEDERAL SHARE OF PROGRAM COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Forms OCSE-34A and OCSE-396A.

ALABAMA -$27,471,142 -$34,619,171 -$31,682,986 -$37,072,947 -$38,586,371
ALASKA -5,682,005 -8,481,903 -8,156,223 -7,933,441 -8,419,343
ARIZONA -27,871,535 -27,411,355 -26,384,528 -25,872,790 -24,356,723
ARKANSAS -18,557,928 -22,734,472 -26,591,702 -31,343,745 -27,668,029
CALIFORNIA -170,421,266 -145,171,537 -263,036,032 -407,716,203 -385,176,375
COLORADO -24,559,659 -33,155,254 -33,224,109 -35,332,424 -41,241,502
CONNECTICUT -9,432,830 -19,250,173 -19,462,791 -22,948,525 -22,952,285
DELAWARE -9,952,232 -10,468,135 -12,767,526 -10,610,666 -13,989,614
DIST. OF COL. -6,810,072 -8,887,224 -11,126,464 -9,792,473 -13,656,761
FLORIDA -100,262,268 -114,702,805 -126,934,560 -125,579,777 -128,829,493
GEORGIA -47,182,560 -61,884,070 -62,478,255 -62,527,546 -65,465,637
GUAM -1,740,952 -1,239,972 -3,616,423 -2,546,536 -1,878,290
HAWAII -11,553,495 -7,725,967 -3,801,703 -3,979,062 -7,121,341
IDAHO -4,815,224 -10,992,376 -12,411,494 -11,335,234 -11,777,110
ILLINOIS -66,935,845 -76,578,231 -98,145,543 -99,630,838 -111,679,553
INDIANA -18,142,634 -23,137,770 -30,864,580 -22,475,428 -17,815,029
IOWA -6,881,954 -14,675,234 -11,211,241 -12,493,706 -13,940,162
KANSAS -19,541,616 -21,518,022 -30,135,607 -27,641,155 -22,055,622
KENTUCKY -17,259,917 -22,447,642 -26,115,208 -21,696,570 -22,866,051
LOUISIANA -22,505,467 -23,566,023 -30,731,986 -29,164,128 -27,045,321
MAINE 369,897 1,059,608 2,718,607 -2,140,770 512,157
MARYLAND -47,231,522 -64,900,971 -56,670,711 -60,702,453 -58,125,479
MASSACHUSETTS -31,321,928 -45,975,720 -33,547,663 -32,698,189 -38,284,724
MICHIGAN -64,787,894 -122,502,703 -167,999,790 -166,926,714 -161,505,396
MINNESOTA -53,114,252 -61,366,380 -70,479,253 -79,949,364 -83,649,456
MISSISSIPPI -16,009,261 -17,112,041 -13,854,774 -12,876,356 -12,594,608
MISSOURI -49,622,170 -52,546,753 -49,368,807 -39,582,494 -42,157,024
MONTANA -4,805,907 -7,393,461 -6,818,783 -5,369,488 -6,583,908
NEBRASKA -16,274,985 -21,540,198 -27,652,735 -30,059,085 -28,131,443
NEVADA -23,593,022 -25,439,543 -21,743,849 -25,068,312 -24,905,488
NEW HAMPSHIRE -8,754,729 -6,650,537 -6,599,559 -9,615,552 -8,101,503
NEW JERSEY -66,945,987 -82,146,304 -79,416,309 -98,801,269 -98,093,303
NEW MEXICO -15,261,682 -18,939,136 -25,896,143 -20,915,356 -22,874,743
NEW YORK -78,737,480 -94,603,011 -100,346,395 -149,403,483 -146,392,716
NORTH CAROLINA -66,221,896 -53,926,486 -56,493,602 -60,857,829 -60,631,434
NORTH DAKOTA -4,320,906 -4,217,719 -4,902,262 -4,861,370 -4,663,747
OHIO -149,126,332 -167,826,684 -215,321,728 -204,848,955 -202,914,604
OKLAHOMA -11,073,645 -17,666,284 -18,683,903 -24,204,115 -22,634,286
OREGON -19,193,087 -24,753,482 -21,781,966 -25,648,239 -26,771,157
PENNSYLVANIA -89,459,753 -98,975,086 -88,551,356 -99,012,855 -114,051,501
PUERTO RICO -19,046,979 -19,001,209 -23,543,053 -22,485,735 -27,497,037
RHODE ISLAND -823,706 -1,767,254 -2,438,769 -3,000,395 -2,705,820
SOUTH CAROLINA -19,277,925 -21,264,008 -27,004,693 -21,887,285 -21,408,868
SOUTH DAKOTA -2,149,268 -4,186,841 -4,250,199 -3,677,461 -4,049,542
TENNESSEE -28,489,716 -32,272,869 -31,420,848 -38,698,600 -35,371,397
TEXAS -87,691,509 -101,444,530 -115,314,214 -147,528,151 -167,274,928
UTAH -12,822,782 -13,353,110 -13,903,866 -13,817,702 -13,590,039
VERMONT -3,059,316 -3,408,958 -4,405,843 -4,763,100 -5,416,404
VIRGIN ISLANDS -1,467,332 -3,090,282 -5,037,790 -3,368,063 -3,059,972
VIRGINIA -34,839,104 -42,415,660 -35,148,340 -38,278,940 -39,950,272
WASHINGTON -42,119,082 -51,528,395 -58,959,022 -56,176,856 -68,496,295
WEST VIRGINIA -16,895,811 -17,374,540 -13,615,694 -13,934,311 -16,331,745
WISCONSIN -52,118,566 -45,378,391 -52,837,125 -53,140,043 -57,907,884
WYOMING -3,966,600 -5,567,595 -6,343,190 -5,216,478 -4,995,534
TOTALS -$1,757,834,838 -$2,038,123,869 -$2,326,512,588 -$2,587,208,562 -$2,637,130,712

 

TABLE 41: CASES WITH NO JURSIDICTION FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 line 3.

ALABAMA 0 0 0 0 0
ALASKA 0 0 0 0 0
ARIZONA 11,691 12,494 12,032 12,807 11,972
ARKANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 293 1,175 1,142 1,542 1,679
COLORADO 163 48 30 29 34
CONNECTICUT 777 740 811 935 888
DELAWARE 0 0 0 0 0
DIST. OF COL. 0 0 0 0 0
FLORIDA 0 0 0 1,336 567
GEORGIA 126,004 153,715 191,611 521 2,049
GUAM 0 0 0 0 0
HAWAII 61 60 68 73 68
IDAHO 2122 351 575 654
ILLINOIS 170 725 370 602 577
INDIANA 0 0 0 0 0
IOWA 0 0 0 0 0
KANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
KENTUCKY 517 37 63 69
LOUISIANA 0 0 0 0 0
MAINE 0 0 0 0 0
MARYLAND 0 0 0 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 285 467 664 656 683
MICHIGAN 83 86 23 94 1
MINNESOTA 0 0 0 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 0 0 0 0 0
MISSOURI 16 9 14 19
MONTANA 3,423 2,046 2,645 2,925 3,011
NEBRASKA 0 0 0 0 0
NEVADA 0 0 0 0 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 0 0
NEW JERSEY 638 675 621 697 637
NEW MEXICO 56 121 3,957 4,744 5,942
NEW YORK 47 24 87 363 585
NORTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 4,869 4,719 4,400 3,523 4,647
OHIO 0 0 0 0 0
OKLAHOMA 0 0 0 0 0
OREGON 0 0 0 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 0 0 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 0 0
RHODE ISLAND 60 56 61 73 112
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 3,097 3,486 3,561 13,676 13,556
TENNESSEE 0 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 29 41 47 51 63
UTAH 101 66 63 44 103
VERMONT 0 38 36 41 40
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 0 21 21
VIRGINIA 0 0 0 0 0
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 0 0 0 0 6
WISCONSIN 0 0 24 33 43
WYOMING 2,131 1,919 2,023 2,062 2,005
TOTALS 153,986 182,846 224,673 47,500 50,031

 

TABLE 42: CASES OPEN BY CURRENT, FORMER, AND NEVER ASSISTANCE, FY 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 line 1.

STATES TOTAL CURRENT ASSISTANCE FORMER ASSISTANCE NEVER ASSISTANCE
ALABAMA 248,624 29,832 115,015 103,777
ALASKA 46,387 7,115 24,721 14,551
ARIZONA 246,899 72,415 123,245 51,239
ARKANSAS 128,472 17,579 50,973 59,920
CALIFORNIA 1,836,818 445,861 895,198 495,759
COLORADO 138,083 16,751 80,801 40,531
CONNECTICUT 211,935 32,744 118,713 60,478
DELAWARE 55,198 9,006 27,497 18,695
DIST. OF COL. 105,139 33,609 43,361 28,169
FLORIDA 663,296 74,751 325,298 263,247
GEORGIA 478,886 91,477 220,108 167,301
GUAM 12,368 398 8,360 3,610
HAWAII 99,363 28,836 44,067 26,460
IDAHO 87,351 4,029 31,694 51,628
ILLINOIS 723,806 92,512 314,985 316,309
INDIANA 301,473 36,941 142,377 122,155
IOWA 175,180 26,489 101,191 47,500
KANSAS 134,321 25,572 64,626 44,123
KENTUCKY 313,583 55,615 158,949 99,019
LOUISIANA 272,341 38,544 139,608 94,189
MAINE 64,292 16,439 32,169 15,684
MARYLAND 312,744 38,521 131,738 142,485
MASSACHUSETTS 245,867 52,650 131,661 61,556
MICHIGAN 1,041,055 165,289 523,893 351,873
MINNESOTA 244,655 54,742 140,626 49,287
MISSISSIPPI 301,564 29,736 111,023 160,805
MISSOURI 383,780 71,534 162,150 150,096
MONTANA 37,972 5,221 23,834 8,917
NEBRASKA 97,589 12,622 44,103 40,864
NEVADA 118,319 20,120 37,803 60,396
NEW HAMPSHIRE 38,015 6,725 17,262 14,028
NEW JERSEY 344,194 69,221 154,068 120,905
NEW MEXICO 63,669 17,498 26,828 19,343
NEW YORK 886,228 155,895 466,191 264,142
NORTH CAROLINA 417,936 58,608 235,683 123,645
NORTH DAKOTA 34,129 3,887 12,678 17,564
OHIO 915,211 124,948 361,395 428,868
OKLAHOMA 137,115 21,213 67,019 48,883
OREGON 247,388 39,745 100,010 107,633
PENNSYLVANIA 590,935 100,266 234,999 255,670
PUERTO RICO 237,297 64,436 9,337 163,524
RHODE ISLAND 67,811 18,627 35,002 14,182
SOUTH CAROLINA 218,855 39,198 110,456 69,201
SOUTH DAKOTA 28,990 3,395 14,848 10,747
TENNESSEE 358,754 115,815 133,832 109,107
TEXAS 896,975 126,364 390,923 379,688
UTAH 75,356 14,531 36,836 23,989
VERMONT 24,193 8,308 11,140 4,745
VIRGIN ISLANDS 11,350 1,231 2,547 7,572
VIRGINIA 349,573 54,511 138,027 157,035
WASHINGTON 315,393 47,299 171,189 96,905
WEST VIRGINIA 109,930 15,733 53,064 41,133
WISCONSIN 340,920 26,584 177,556 136,780
WYOMING 35,745 2,472 15,570 17,703
TOTALS 15,873,322 2,743,460 7,346,247 5,783,615

 

TABLE 43: CASES OPEN AT THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 Line 1.

* Not Reliable. All states' cases open data were reliable for FY 2003.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 313,189 305,234 290,041 259,413 248,624
ALASKA 46,806 47,008 46,405 46,385 46,387
ARIZONA 254,192 233,755 225,623 224,903 246,899
ARKANSAS 128,748 150,455 141,933 131,109 128,472
California 2,030,070* 2,027,676 1,961,721 1,904,822 1,836,818
COLORADO 169,166 145,618 137,775 134,358 138,083
CONNECTICUT 198,060 185,257 195,396 205,796 211,935
DELAWARE 56,210 56,321 52,795 54,132 55,198
DISTRICT OF COL. 116,889 127,890 113,677* 107,951 105,139
FLORIDA 729,303 784,293 728,920 667,829 663,296
GEORGIA 522,799 542,271 514,435 475,935 478,886
GUAM 10,643 10,829 11,576 12,067 12,368
HAWAII 82,033 91,603* 96,023 94,714 99,363
IDAHO 70,434 72,317 73,679 79,197 87,351
ILLINOIS 979,999 1,068,525 950,179 865,334 723,806
INDIANA 468,407* 475,175 487,710* 311,058 301,473
IOWA 161,859 165,474 166,424 170,885 175,180
KANSAS 145,118* 151,693* 151,277 141,158 134,321
KENTUCKY 285,576 303,871 299,064 312,431 313,583
LOUISIANA 297,267 291,630 287,352 265,642 272,341
MAINE 61,133 61,514 63,287 65,084 64,292
MARYLAND 342,878 346,060 320,537 309,645 312,744
MASSACHUSETTS 208,707 236,017 254,579 245,265 245,867
MICHIGAN 886,770 1,013,080 1,005,249 977,560 1,041,055
MINNESOTA 223,817 228,695 235,270 240,371 244,655
MISSISSIPPI 255,669 265,846 282,571 290,044 301,564
MISSOURI 362,156 371,804 386,360 390,538 383,780
MONTANA 36,009 35,727 36,286 37,179 37,972
NEBRASKA 99,686 96,656 95,455 98,137 97,589
NEVADA 102,681* 104,659 89,438 94,417* 118,319
NEW HAMPSHIRE 41,160 40,052 36,781 37,391 38,015
NEW JERSEY 371,426 362,962 343,311 340,178 344,194
NEW MEXICO 101,421 106,894 80,021 65,550 63,669
NEW YORK 997,096 987,441 979,081 898,913 886,228
NORTH CAROLINA 489,350 504,174 461,948 426,096 417,936
NORTH DAKOTA 31,414 31,925 30,140 27,590 34,129
OHIO 798,523* 766,942 856,995 901,429 915,211
OKLAHOMA 139,831 143,163 148,423 140,798 137,115
OREGON 228,707 240,445 241,480 246,669 247,388
PENNSYLVANIA 681,039* 624,500 635,517 589,847 590,935
PUERTO RICO 225,230 234,611 235,277 236,941 237,297
RHODE ISLAND 64,411 62,908 64,343 70,012 67,811
SOUTH CAROLINA 239,317 225,371 226,813 224,971 218,855
SOUTH DAKOTA 27,025 27,044 27,562 29,048 28,990
TENNESSEE 487,246 435,774 443,030 350,470 358,754
TEXAS 1,215,245 1,058,139 1,011,532 951,580 896,975
UTAH 84,986 80,462 76,365 74,751 75,356
VERMONT 23,444 24,802 25,359 24,303 24,193
VIRGIN ISLANDS 12,828* NA* NA* 11,164 11,350
VIRGINIA 415,755 391,851 380,473 361,504 349,573
WASHINGTON 320,846 321,529 310,029 302,812 315,393
WEST VIRGIN 126,732 128,168 131,166 115,766 109,930
WISCONSIN 362,254 352,626 349,001 339,849 340,920
WYOMING 44,820 42,459 40,144 37,237 35,745
TOTAL 17,176,380 17,191,195 16,835,828 16,018,228 15,873,322

 

TABLE 44: TOTAL CASELOAD FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

* Not Reliable for line 1. All states were reliable for line 1 in FY 2003.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 313,189 305,234 290,041 259,413 248,624
ALASKA 46,806 47,008 46,405 46,385 46,387
ARIZONA 265,883 246,249 237,655 237,710 258,871
ARKANSAS 128,748 150,455 141,933 131,109 128,472
CALIFORNIA 2,030,363* 2,028,851 1,962,863 1,906,364 1,838,497
COLORADO 169,329 145,666 137,805 134,387 138,117
CONNECTICUT 198,837 185,997 196,207 206,731 212,823
DELAWARE 56,210 56,321 52,795 54,132 55,198
DIST. OF COL. 116,889 127,890 113,677* 107,951 105,139
FLORIDA 729,303 784,293 728,920 669,165 663,863
GEORGIA 648,803 695,986 706,046 476,456 480,935
GUAM 10,643 10,829 11,576 12,067 12,368
HAWAII 82,094 91,663* 96,091 94,787 99,431
IDAHO 70,436 72,439 74,030 79,772 88,005
ILLINOIS 980,169 1,069,250 950,549 865,936 724,383
INDIANA 468,407* 475,175 487,710* 311,058 301,473
IOWA 161,859 165,474 166,424 170,885 175,180
KANSAS 145,118* 151,693* 151,277 141,158 134,321
KENTUCKY 285,581 303,888 299,101 312,494 313,652
LOUISIANA 297,267 291,630 287,352 265,642 272,341
MAINE 61,133 61,514 63,287 65,084 64,292
MARYLAND 342,878 346,060 320,537 309,645 312,744
MASSACHUSETTS 208,992 236,484 255,243 245,921 246,550
MICHIGAN 886,853 1,013,166 1,005,272 977,654 1,041,056
MINNESOTA 223,817 228,695 235,270 240,371 244,655
MISSISSIPPI 255,669 265,846 282,571 290,044 301,564
MISSOURI 362,157 371,810 386,369 390,552 383,799
MONTANA 39,432 37,773 38,931 40,104 40,983
NEBRASKA 99,686 96,656 95,455 98,137 97,589
NEVADA 102,681* 104,659 89,438 94,417* 118,319
NEW HAMPSHIRE 41,160 40,052 36,781 37,391 38,015
NEW JERSEY 372,064 363,637 343,932 340,875 344,831
NEW MEXICO 101,477 107,015 83,978 70,294 69,611
NEW YORK 997,143 987,465 979,168 899,276 886,813
NORTH CAROLINA 489,350 504,174 461,948 426,096 417,936
NORTH DAKOTA 36,283 36,644 34,540 31,113 38,776
OHIO 798,523* 766,942 856,995 901,429 915,211
OKLAHOMA 139,831 143,163 148,423 140,798 137,115
OREGON 228,707 240,445 241,480 246,669 247,388
PENNSYLVANIA 681,039* 624,500 635,517 589,847 590,935
PUERTO RICO 225,230 234,611 235,277 236,941 237,297
RHODE ISLAND 64,471 62,964 64,404 70,085 67,923
SOUTH CAROLINA 239,317 225,371 226,813 224,971 218,855
SOUTH DAKOTA 30,122 30,530 31,123 42,724 42,546
TENNESSEE 487,246 435,774 443,030 350,470 358,754
TEXAS 1,215,274 1,058,180 1,011,579 951,631 897,038
UTAH 85,087 80,528 76,428 74,795 75,459
VERMONT 23,444 24,840 25,395 24,344 24,233
VIRGIN ISLANDS 12,828* NA NA 11,185 11,371
VIRGINIA 415,755 391,851 380,473 361,504 349,573
WASHINGTON 320,846 321,529 310,029 302,812 315,393
WEST VIRGINIA 126,732 128,168 131,166 115,766 109,936
WISCONSIN 362,254 352,626 349,025 339,882 340,963
WYOMING 46,951 44,378 42,167 39,299 37,750
TOTALS 17,330,366 17,374,041 17,060,501 16,065,728 15,923,353

 

TABLE 45: TOTAL CASELOAD BY CURRENT ASSISTANCE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 36,364 33,663 31,177 27,435 29,832
ALASKA 9,613 8,042 7,527 6,734 7,115
ARIZONA 62,474 60,110 63,245 65,692 78,896
ARKANSAS 18,055 23,099 21,432 20,795 17,579
CALIFORNIA 708,912 586,592 524,548 486,228 446,329
COLORADO 24,251 17,148 15,942 15,691 16,760
CONNECTICUT 40,924 36,598 35,721 32,843 32,865
DELAWARE 9,763 9,358 8,454 8,236 9,006
DIST. OF COL. 36,000 39,071 34,986 34,655 33,609
FLORIDA 59,501 101,599 84,621 83,907 74,820
GEORGIA 132,865 129,039 129,609 96,220 91,578
GUAM 3,193 2,757 3,129 2,470 398
HAWAII 27,709 29,040 29,737 27,535 28,845
IDAHO 3,678 3,690 3,345 3,499 4,057
ILLINOIS 273,182 182,227 132,059 95,824 92,541
INDIANA 38,399 49,397 66,017 49,968 36,941
IOWA 30,936 27,818 27,064 26,734 26,489
KANSAS 21,014 22,379 25,214 25,461 25,572
KENTUCKY 57,860 60,490 57,784 55,634 55,633
LOUISIANA 54,092 43,599 42,210 33,303 38,544
MAINE 14,443 12,822 12,263 14,828 16,439
MARYLAND 51,884 50,748 41,734 38,432 38,521
MASSACHUSETTS 55,197 55,707 58,800 54,745 52,887
MICHIGAN 128,390 128,063 110,005 129,501 165,290
MINNESOTA 62,691 58,785 57,222 57,072 54,742
MISSISSIPPI 28,750 27,974 28,332 29,745 29,736
MISSOURI 77,895 79,571 80,958 74,424 71,534
MONTANA 5,661 5,943 6,865 7,352 6,818
NEBRASKA 15,902 12,347 12,040 12,627 12,622
NEVADA 30,643 10,667 15,112 14,344 20,120
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7,624 7,023 6,393 6,765 6,725
NEW JERSEY 88,822 76,619 70,736 66,712 69,549
NEW MEXICO 40,353 37,040 28,945 18,284 17,616
NEW YORK 338,012 295,225 255,104 163,378 156,224
NORTH CAROLINA 76,153 69,305 70,930 64,341 58,608
NORTH DAKOTA 5,332 4,986 5,576 4,344 5,391
OHIO 182,803 101,051 107,814 120,236 124,948
OKLAHOMA 26,868 24,606 24,066 22,365 21,213
OREGON 37,500 37,805 38,849 43,826 39,745
PENNSYLVANIA 116,078 107,795 116,724 99,285 100,266
PUERTO RICO 73,000 73,493 72,061 66,334 64,436
RHODE ISLAND 28,903 22,945 21,689 20,276 18,664
SOUTH CAROLINA 38,466 38,844 40,280 41,643 39,198
SOUTH DAKOTA 3,742 3,678 3,618 7,569 7,393
TENNESSEE 122,687 123,003 128,844 105,117 115,815
TEXAS 211,947 189,381 167,066 159,753 126,369
UTAH 16,878 15,467 13,996 13,599 14,563
VERMONT 9,346 9,387 9,433 8,414 8,317
VIRGIN ISLANDS 3,969 NA NA 1,200 1,232
VIRGINIA 64,017 54,052 50,628 53,825 54,511
WASHINGTON 58,898 53,057 48,868 45,011 47,299
WEST VIRGINIA 19,112 17,209 17,329 15,548 15,735
WISCONSIN 29,525 24,928 23,948 24,199 26,586
WYOMING 4,197 3,634 3,197 2,871 2,770
TOTALS 3,724,473 3,298,876 3,093,246 2,806,829 2,759,291

 

TABLE 46: TOTAL CASELOAD BY FORMER ASSISTANCE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 159,626 155,673 146,087 125,125 115,015
ALASKA 20,434 25,089 25,055 25,185 24,721
ARIZONA 151,912 137,143 125,729 123,080 128,450
ARKANSAS 46,361 50,915 51,313 49,931 50,973
CALIFORNIA 967,785 1,090,926 1,004,054 910,837 895,672
COLORADO 110,694 95,620 87,636 82,225 80,820
CONNECTICUT 117,465 107,949 109,916 116,515 119,047
DELAWARE 19,437 19,147 18,523 18,684 27,497
DIST. OF COL. 44,819 47,924 45,949 44,494 43,361
FLORIDA 484,366 462,371 414,448 334,912 325,484
GEORGIA 292,506 327,629 343,551 215,624 220,349
GUAM 4,241 4,911 5,118 6,175 8,360
HAWAII 27,642 34,172 37,162 38,076 44,109
IDAHO 32,640 31,319 30,603 30,927 32,026
ILLINOIS 268,281 477,058 424,213 392,149 315,149
INDIANA 110,481 111,097 113,260 151,611 142,377
IOWA 95,134 98,378 98,290 100,276 101,191
KANSAS 57,878 59,791 71,274 67,794 64,626
KENTUCKY 61,329 65,532 159,143 163,294 158,973
LOUISIANA 156,620 160,893 157,582 143,992 139,608
MAINE 32,925 35,054 36,114 34,160 32,169
MARYLAND 104,331 108,951 129,615 128,490 131,738
MASSACHUSETTS 111,431 131,606 140,332 132,202 132,008
MICHIGAN 406,578 476,118 521,558 489,111 523,893
MINNESOTA 93,496 127,353 131,996 135,316 140,626
MISSISSIPPI 97,471 98,400 102,557 105,333 111,023
MISSOURI 122,294 131,990 143,613 156,022 162,161
MONTANA 23,518 22,870 23,856 24,162 25,164
NEBRASKA 39,105 43,004 43,272 44,169 44,103
NEVADA 21,935 27,241 21,819 27,537 37,803
NEW HAMPSHIRE 17,923 17,835 16,254 16,473 17,262
NEW JERSEY 163,756 165,335 151,479 149,304 154,292
NEW MEXICO 36,462 46,164 36,961 33,499 30,358
NEW YORK 455,174 474,792 486,202 487,921 466,388
NORTH CAROLINA 254,614 274,066 255,355 238,792 235,683
NORTH DAKOTA 16,437 16,524 12,880 10,291 14,874
OHIO 77,459 210,165 287,615 273,768 361,395
OKLAHOMA 73,504 75,253 76,882 71,525 67,019
OREGON 109,923 111,034 100,831 100,306 100,010
PENNSYLVANIA 275,585 255,646 256,691 235,813 234,999
PUERTO RICO 4,613 5,969 6,903 8,376 9,337
RHODE ISLAND 25,878 30,544 32,322 36,036 35,035
SOUTH CAROLINA 132,299 119,631 115,725 112,962 110,456
SOUTH DAKOTA 17,827 18,059 17,939 24,569 23,885
TENNESSEE 200,689 179,459 182,227 135,277 133,832
TEXAS 580,427 444,782 429,975 402,002 390,949
UTAH 45,807 44,657 40,725 38,358 36,896
VERMONT 10,428 11,014 11,573 11,455 11,160
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA NA 2,349 2,553
VIRGINIA 161,375 158,070 153,106 141,535 138,027
WASHINGTON 177,075 180,578 171,749 165,290 171,189
WEST VIRGINIA 25,323 63,014 60,672 55,659 53,065
WISCONSIN 245,352 224,141 207,594 189,529 177,572
WYOMING 13,127 23,155 20,753 18,456 16,909
TOTALS 7,403,792 7,916,011 7,896,051 7,376,953 7,371,641

 

TABLE 47: TOTAL CASELOAD BY NEVER ASSISTANCE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 117,199 115,898 112,777 106,853 103,777
ALASKA 16,759 13,877 13,823 14,466 14,551
ARIZONA 51,497 48,996 48,681 48,938 51,525
ARKANSAS 64,332 76,441 69,188 60,383 59,920
CALIFORNIA 353,666 351,333 434,261 509,299 496,496
COLORADO 34,384 32,898 34,227 36,471 40,537
CONNECTICUT 40,448 41,450 50,570 57,373 60,911
DELAWARE 27,010 27,816 25,818 27,212 18,695
DIST. OF COL. 36,070 40,895 32,742 28,802 28,169
FLORIDA 185,436 220,323 229,851 250,346 263,559
GEORGIA 223,432 239,318 232,886 164,612 169,008
GUAM 3,209 3,161 3,329 3,422 3,610
HAWAII 26,743 28,451 29,192 29,176 26,477
IDAHO 34,118 37,430 40,082 45,346 51,922
ILLINOIS 438,706 409,965 394,277 377,963 316,693
INDIANA 319,527 314,681 308,433 109,479 122,155
IOWA 35,789 39,278 41,070 43,875 47,500
KANSAS 66,226 69,523 54,789 47,903 44,123
KENTUCKY 166,392 177,866 82,174 93,566