FY 2004 Annual Report to Congress

Office of Child Support Enforcement

Publication Date: November 30, 2004

  

FOREWORD

I am pleased to offer this Twenty-Fifth Annual Report to the Congress on the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program. The report highlights the operation and accomplishments of the program for FY 2004.

The Child Support Enforcement Program continues to make progress toward making child support payments a reliable source of income for families and children. Stronger enforcement tools such as the Federal Parent Locator Service, streamlined paternity establishment, uniform interstate child support enforcement, computerized statewide collections, and tougher penalties for nonpayment continue to play leading roles in making this progress possible.

In FY 2004, the Child Support Enforcement Program collected and distributed almost $22 billion to families and children. We are proud of this noteworthy achievement. Although we are pleased with the progress and accomplishments that the Child Support Enforcement Program has made in the past, we look forward to even greater progress in the future. Accordingly, we have renewed our commitment to dependent children in the child support caseload and resolve to further strengthen our effectiveness in holding their parents more accountable for their financial, medical, and emotional support. We look forward to our continued partnership with States and with our other partners who share the mutual goal of improving the well-being of children.

Michael O. Leavitt

THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM


BACKGOURND

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). The mission of ACF is to promote the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities.

The Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program, under title IV-D of the Social Security Act, is a Federal/State/tribal/local partnership. The purpose of the CSE program is to ensure that assistance in obtaining support, including financial support of both parents and medical support, is available to children by locating noncustodial parents, establishing paternity and support obligations, monitoring and enforcing obligations, and collecting and distributing child support. The program functions in all States and territories, through the State/county Social Services Department, Attorney General’s Office, or Department of Revenue. Most States work with prosecuting attorneys, other law enforcement agencies, and officials of family or domestic relations courts to carry out the program at the local level. Several Native American tribes operate federally funded child support programs in the context of their cultures and traditions.

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

Child support collected on behalf of families receiving TANF is used to reimburse the State and Federal governments for TANF payments made to the families. Child support payments over the amount needed to repay the government for public assistance payments are sent to TANF families. Child support payments that are collected on behalf of families never on TANF are sent to the families.

The child support program mission has remained the same since its inception—locate noncustodial parents, establish paternities, and establish and enforce support obligations by obtaining support from the noncustodial parent. However, the program has shifted its focus from reimbursing the government’s welfare program to helping families become self-sufficient.


INTRODUCTION

In Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2004, the Child Support Program continued to demonstrate a firm commitment to the financial and emotional well-being of dependent children through strong enforcement of the financial obligations owed by their absent parents. Child support payments collected and distributed during this period totaled $21.9 billion, which represents a 3.2 percent increase over the FY 2003 collection amount of $21.2 billion. In addition, in FY 2004, 1.6 million paternities were established or acknowledged, and 1.2 million new child support orders were established. The child support caseload showed a slight decline over the previous fiscal year’s caseload.

Overall, considerable progress was made in FY 2004 to ensure that paternity and support orders are established for children in the Child Support caseload and that these children receive support from both parents. The following report provides further details of the many activities and accomplishments which underlie this progress.

AUTOMATION

Automation is critical to the operation and success of the Child Support Enforcement Program. States would not have the means to locate noncustodial parents who are delinquent in child support payments or to make collections if it were not for a comprehensive, reliable, flexible, and secure automated system.

At the Federal level, the Office of Child Support Enforcement was charged with the responsibility of developing the initial Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS). Today, the expanded FPLS includes several mission-critical systems supporting OCSE business processes and one State-to-State communications network. The specific FPLS systems that support OCSE in achieving its goals are the National Directory of New Hires (NDNH), Federal Case Registry (FCR), Intergovernmental Referral Guide (IRG), Child Support Enforcement Network (CSENet), and Federal Offset System.

The FPLS systems have been aligned with four child support-specific functions:

Location/Data Sharing. This involves collecting location, income, and asset information from Federal and State data sources and sharing those data with State CSE agencies. States then use this information for establishing paternities and orders and collecting child support. This information is also used by authorized Federal agencies for reducing erroneous payments and overall program costs.

Collection and Enforcement. This involves initiating enforcement activities at the Federal level on behalf of State CSE agencies. Records in the FPLS Offset File pertaining to delinquent child support obligors are compared against three key sources to collect past-due child support: (1) records maintained by the IRS Financial Management System (FMS) to identify and offset Federal tax refunds and payments to collect past-due support; (2) records held by multi-state financial institutions to identify and permit State Child Support Enforcement agencies to seize accounts to collect past-due support; and (3) in the case of obligors owing more than $5,000 in past-due child support, records maintained by the Department of State to prevent issuance of a passport to those obligors.

Communication. The FPLS facilitates the electronic communication of information pertaining to interstate child support data and case processing procedures between State CSE agencies. This enables the electronic exchange of data between State CSE agencies and other stakeholders.

Research. This involves providing data to authorized Federal and State governmental researchers to assist in the study of measuring and/or improving child support and public benefit programs.

All of 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 the Federal Case Registry (FCR), National Directory of New Hires (NDNH), and the Federal Offset System (FOS) in accordance with an interagency agreement. OCSE also utilizes SSA’s communications network (SSANet) to facilitate Federal-to-State and Federal-to-Federal agency communications. Additional information on these applications is accessible at www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/newhire/.

How Automation Helps Improve the Program

Fiscal Year 2004 marked the year OCSE concentrated on conducting system certification reviews, as States and territories implemented enhancements to their statewide child support systems to take advantage of the provisions of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA). OCSE’s efforts resulted in the certification of 28 States in FY 2004, in addition to the 22 States certified in previous years, as being compliant with PRWORA automation requirements. This brings the total number of States and territories certified as meeting PRWORA automation requirements to 50.

Since the majority of States and territories have operational CSE systems, OCSE sponsored a two-day training meeting in Chicago, Illinois in August 2004 to explain the pros and cons of closing their Information Technology (IT) project. States that can demonstrate that their system has proven to be cost-beneficial can close their IT project and therefore stop providing annual documentation and contracts to OCSE for prior approval. However, if the State anticipates additional enhancements to their CSE system, then they can use the earlier automation cost benefits to justify those new enhancement costs. The training meeting also covered how to provide documentation that their automation benefits exceeded the costs of their automated system, how to pursue enhancements to their statewide systems, and other issues.

In 2004, OCSE assumed the lead among other Federal agencies in the proposed update and revision of the regulations related to State IT plans and procurement approvals. OCSE funded a Federal/State workgroup with representations from Food Stamps, Medicaid, TANF, and Child Welfare programs, as well as the CSE program. Following the recommendations from the State workgroup members, OCSE took the lead in developing a Cost Allocation Methodology Toolkit to assist States that are developing integrated systems, especially those States initiating State enterprise architecture projects.

OCSE is continuing to encourage States to increase the level of automation. In 2004, OCSE began development of guidance on how to automate the child support order review and adjustment process more fully by improving and increasing automated functionality. Also, in FY 2004, OCSE continued to encourage the collection and dissemination of best practices in automation through Section 1115 of the Social Security Act and Special Improvement Project (SIP) grants.

Outcomes Attributed to the FPLS

The FPLS plays a crucial role in helping the Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Child Support Enforcement to fulfill its mission in assisting States to secure the financial support upon which millions of our nation’s children depend. The FPLS is not simply used to support Federal and State child support enforcement—it enables OCSE and State CSE agencies to locate parents who have financial obligations and to quickly collect and move money to children who depend on that parental financial support for food, shelter, education, medical care, and other needs. Without technology, the program would not be able to accomplish its mission and provide its services.

In addition, the FPLS data are used across Federal and State agencies to reduce erroneous payments and overall program costs in Public Assistance and Benefit Programs. These data-sharing initiatives reduce redundant investments in Federal Information Technology 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.

Since its inception, the FPLS has been a highly useful and effective tool for State and Federal partners. The following provides the benefits realized by the State and Federal partners from accessing the FPLS data processed or maintained by these applications.

  • Data in the NDNH are 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 income-withholding orders (IWOs). Each year, the FPLS returns employment data to the States on approximately 4.5 million noncustodial parents and putative fathers (PFs).

    To quantify the effectiveness of these tools and States’ use of them to collect interstate child support, OCSE’s Economics Analysis team conducted studies used a random sample of noncustodial parents’ matches resulting from new hire information submitted to the NDNH that were returned to the studied States in FY 2000-FY 2003. The results of each study were reported to each individual State, and compiled to project national numbers. The study found that:

    • 35 percent of the sample NDNH new hire matches that had child support orders in place resulted in the issuance of an IWO directly from a State CSE agency to an employer;
    • 42 percent of those IWOs resulted in a collection directly attributable to the NDNH-FCR new hire match; and
    • The median monthly child support payment in these cases was $234.

    It is estimated that over $109 million is collected annually in these thirteen States due to these matches. By projecting these results nationally, an estimated $400 million in child support would be collected annually.

    The methodology for estimating collections attributable to NDNH data can be found in A Guidebook for a Common Methodology for Determining NDNH-Attributable Child Support Collections on the ACF website at: /programs/css/resource/guidebook-for-a-common-methodology.

  • During tax year 2004, a total of 6.9 million child support cases, with arrearages of $75.7 billion, were certified for Federal tax and administrative offset. Administrative offset payments would be any payments eligible for offset under the Debt Collection Improvement Act (DCIA) that are not Federal income tax refunds. The Federal Offset Program collected almost $1.5 billion in delinquent child support by offsetting tax refunds and other administrative payments to delinquent child support obligors. Of this total, approximately 47 percent was targeted for reimbursement of TANF payments; the remaining 53 percent was collected for non-public assistance child support debt.
  • The State Department denies over 60 passports per day through the Passport Denial Program, resulting in $12.5 million in lump sum payments during FY 2004. Since the inception of the program in 1998, cumulative collections exceed $41.1 million.
  • During FY 2004, account matches for over 1 million obligors identified through the Multistate Financial Institution Data Match (MSFDM) were returned to the States each quarter. States reported $104 million in collections as a result of these matches. Since the program began in 1999, cumulative collections total approximately $272.4 million.
  • Over 7.9 million interstate transactions to facilitate communication among State child support enforcement agencies occurred in FY 2004 through the CSENet.

In addition to supporting the Child Support Enforcement Program mission, the FPLS has also generated savings for other Federal agencies by providing them with data, as authorized by statute, to help them prevent and recoup erroneous payments in public assistance and benefits programs. Through these matches, 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. In addition, these matches have facilitated agency compliance with the Improper Payments Information Act of 2002 and agencies’ preparations of their Performance and Accountability Reports. FPLS data have been used in intragovernmental and intergovernmental data-sharing initiatives, resulting in savings totaling over $3 billion, as follows:

  • Higher Education Loans and Grants — More than $2.77 billion was collected in FY 2004 by the Department of Education from student loan defaulters, based upon matches against data maintained in the NDNH (based on information reported to OCSE by the Department of Education).
  • Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) — $713 million in tax refunds were frozen by the IRS on the basis of combined data from the FCR and SSA and analysis of EITC claims of 269,000 taxpayers for Tax Year 2004 (based on information reported to OCSE by IRS’s EITC Department).
  • Supplemental Security Income — Approximately $371 million was collected in recovery of overpayments and prevention of future overpayments in FY 2004 (based on a cost/benefit analysis conducted by SSA).
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families — In FY 2004, a pilot project overseen by OCSE and the Office of Family Assistance compared data in the NDNH with TANF data maintained by the District of Columbia’s (DC) Income Maintenance Administration. According to a report by the DC Income Maintenance Administration, the pilot resulted in the identification of 6,681 TANF recipients who were employed, yet failed to report earnings as a condition of TANF eligibility. Independent verification of the results of the data comparison (conducted by the TANF office) resulted in case actions generating annualized savings of over $9.8 million.

Expanding Electronic Government

OCSE recognizes that information technology is critical to the mission of the CSE program. To that end, OCSE has identified numerous areas in which program efficiencies and capabilities may be enhanced through the expanded use of electronics, including streamlining government-to-government, government-to-business, and government-to-citizen communications. These initiatives are outlined below:

  • Government-to-Government. The FPLS streamlines government-to-government communication in the following ways:

    Electronic Transmission of Child Support through the E-Payroll Initiative. OCSE participates in the standardization and consolidation of the Federal civilian payroll services to promote the electronic transmission of child support payments owed by Federal employees from the payroll center to State CSE programs.

    Identification of Health Coverage for Children. OCSE conducted a pilot match to identify actual and potential coverage for children receiving child support services and to determine whether a State CSE agency should electronically transmit a National Medical Support Notice (NMSN) to the Department of Defense (DoD) via OCSENet. This match was between more than 2 million FCR records related to child support cases from Ohio and New York and the Defense Department’s records on medical coverage for military dependents. It is estimated that these matches save States $1.00 to $10.00 per NMSN.

    Query Interstate Cases for Kids (QUICK) Electronic Access to Child Support Payment Data. OCSE, State CSE programs, and other stakeholders are collaborating on a pilot project designed to efficiently provide authorized child support personnel in one State with real-time access to financial and case information in another State for purposes of processing cases and providing customer service to parents receiving child support services.

    Electronic Reporting of New Hires and Wage Data by Federal Agencies. Federal law requires Federal employers to report newly hired employees and quarterly wages of their employees to the NDNH. The FPLS provides employers with an electronic option to comply with the reporting requirement.

  • Government-to-Business. The FPLS streamlines government-to-bu­siness communication in the following ways:

    Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)/Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). EFT/EDI is the primary method for sending payments electronically through the banking system. During 2004, OCSE continued to assist the States in increasing the number of employers that send child support payments electronically to the State Disbursement Units (SDUs). OCSE also assisted States in converting their own interstate payments to electronic payments. During 2004, OCSE continued working with national employer organizations (like the American Payroll Association), Federal agencies (including large Federal payroll service providers like the General Services Administration, the National Finance Center, the National Business Center, and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service), and State CSE agencies to increase the number of employers sending child support payments electronically to the State disbursement units (SDUs). By the end of 2004, e-payments for child support increased to about 25 percent of total payments. All States except South Carolina now accept child support payments electronically.

    OCSE’s outreach in 2004 included monthly teleconferences, presentations to developers of payroll software, information dissemination, training, and technical assistance to large employers (through presentations at conferences of the American Payroll Association) and major private and Federal payroll service providers. Some additional results of these promotional activities include:

    E-Income Withholding by Employers. OCSE, States, and employers, including the United States Postal Service (USPS), piloted a program to reduce the burden on employers, eliminate paper forms, and promote EFT/EDI. This program enables a State CSE agency to electronically communicate to an employer standardized data that currently includes a notice to withhold child support from an employee’s income and enables the employer to electronically acknowledge receipt of the data.

    Electronic Registration for Multistate Employers. The FPLS allows an employer conducting business in more than one State to comply with Federal law by registering with the FPLS electronically and designating a single State to which the employer will report data on “newly-hired” employees. This electronic option provides employers with a one-stop point of service and eliminates the need to collect the same information multiple times.

    • All large private payroll service providers are sending child support payments electronically.
    • Ninety-five percent of Federal agency payroll processors are remitting child support payments electronically.
    • Most States are now sending their interstate payments electronically.
    • About 20 States/counties have implemented web-based payment services for employers and/or noncustodial parents as an alternate payment option to EFT/EDI.
    • Most States have implemented electronic disbursement of child support to custodial parents through the use of direct deposit for those with bank accounts or debit cards for those without bank accounts.
  • Government-to-Citizens. The FPLS streamlined government-to-citizen communication by implementing a redesign of the FPLS section of the OCSE website to make it easier for parents and other individuals to access information about the child support program.

Federal Oversight and Funding of State Automation Programs

ACF supported the development of automated information systems for CSE Programs since 1981 by providing enhanced (up to 90%) Federal Financial Participation (FFP). This support provided States with the financial resources to develop and acquire cost-effective automated systems to meet the requirements of law. Despite the availability of FFP, State development and implementation of compliant child support enforcement systems was slow. To stimulate development, Congress passed the Family Support Act of 1988 mandating the implementation of automated CSE systems in every State, requiring that such systems be fully operational no later than October 1, 1995 and rescinding FFP for systems development and equipment costs effective September 30, 1995.

The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996 reinstated FFP at a 90 percent rate, with limits, retroactive to October 1, 1995 and through September 1, 1997 to enable States to complete the development and implementation of a child support system that meets the requirements of the Family Support Act.

PRWORA also provided FFP at an enhanced rate of 80 percent (capped at $400 million total share), for systems development and implementation costs related to the automation requirements of PRWORA, and established a deadline of October 1, 2000. This enhanced funding authority expired on October 1, 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.

During FY 2004, OCSE conducted system certification reviews, as States and territories implemented enhancements to their statewide CSE systems to take advantage of the provisions of PRWORA. These efforts resulted in the certification of 28 States in FY 2004, in addition to the 22 States certified in previous years, as being compliant with PRWORA automation requirements. This brings the total number of certified States and territories to 50.

TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

Overview

OCSE works in partnership with the Federal/State Training and Technical Assistance Work Groups, ACF regional offices, other OCSE components, and national organizations to provide training and technical assistance to the child support community. In FY 2004, technical assistance and training were provided in a variety of key operational areas listed below:

Collaboration

Collaborative Initiatives — IV-D and Courts

Following the May 2003 Second National Symposium on Children, Courts, and the Federal Child Support Enforcement Program (with the goal of improving collaboration between child support agencies and the courts and judiciary), the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) and Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA) issued resolutions identifying three collaboration priorities and strategies for each priority area: (1) uncollectible arrears, (2) default orders, and (3) interstate case processing.

In early 2004, OCSE formed the National Judicial/CSE Task Force to take the next steps. The task force is comprised of 35 core members and represents a wide cross section of national court/judicial organizations, trial and appellate judges, State/tribal child support agencies, and OCSE. Its members come from 22 States. It has been at the forefront for many important and ongoing initiatives between the IV—D and court/judicial communities. It currently operates under six subcommittees: arrears management/order modification, inter-jurisdictional case processing/electronic data exchange, education/cross training for all stakeholders, collaborative planning; problem solving courts, and reducing default orders.

Collaborative Initiatives Between Child Support, TANF, and Workforce Investment

A goal of OCSE is to encourage child support agencies and courts to refer unemployed or underemployed noncustodial parents to One-Stop Centers under the Workforce Investment Act and other workforce investment operations to improve their ability to support themselves and their families.

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

In addition, OCSE, along with the Department of Labor and the Administration for Children and Families Office of Family Assistance, developed a seminar curriculum on improving program outcomes through interagency collaboration. The seminar, designed for State and local office and 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 noncustodial parents to workforce offices by both child support and TANF.

In FY 2004, OCSE delivered training to 6 States (Delaware, Colorado, Washington, North Dakota, Arizona, and Pennsylvania). At the end of each seminar, the group produced an action plan to be carried out.

Here are some highlights of actions following the training:

In North Dakota, one of the most significant training benefits was that State CSE staff learned a great deal about the array of services available through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Programs. Another significant benefit was that local CSE staff were able to meet and discuss issues with Job Service staff from their geographical area. After diagramming the programs' operations and points of intersection, it was determined that the biggest collaboration needs were between the CSE Program and the JOB Service Program. The primary area identified for collaboration between the two programs related to noncustodial parent work activities. The existing collaboration between CSE and TANF, and between TANF and JOB Service, was already fairly strong; thus, issues surrounding those interactions tended to be more detailed and process-oriented, rather than systemic.

North Dakota proceeded with implementation of a pilot project entitled “Parental Employment Pilot,” which addresses work activity among noncustodial parents. That project involves collaboration of all three programs. North Dakota also developed and obtained funding for the Parental Employment Pilot Project. The program is now in full operation. An individual has been hired to provide case management for noncustodial parents who are having difficulty meeting their child support obligations. Referrals to the program come from Child Support offices or judges that have jurisdiction in this area. Several job placements have taken place as a result of these referrals.

As a result of the Collaboration Meeting, TANF program administrators met with Child Support officials and they continue to meet regularly with JOBS workers. A change in eligibility requirements for TANF, called "Up Front Eligibility" has resulted in increased communication and collaboration between TANF workers and the other two entities. Clients applying for TANF are now required to provide information on the noncustodial parent to child support and begin cooperating with JOBS before eligibility for TANF is determined. North Dakota also has a mental health professional available to TANF recipients.

Washington State decided, at the collaboration seminar in August, to convene an interagency workgroup to address improving child support collections for TANF families. The group was sponsored by the Director of the Community Services Division and the Director of the Division of Child Support. The Steering Committee consisted of several Community Services Division Regional Administrators, Division of Child Support District Managers, and staff from the Information and Technology Division. The State is working on cross-training and identification of problem areas to improve data collection and retrieval.

Collaborative Efforts between Regions II & III

HHS Regional Child Support offices in New York (Region II) and Philadelphia (Region III) collaborated in a series of Bi-Regional Interstate Meetingsin March 2004. These meetings allowed larger jurisdictions in these regions an opportunity to discuss ways of improving the processing of interstate cases. As a result, State contact directories were sent to meeting participants to facilitate their efforts in communicating with each other. Additionally, several bi-regional conference calls took place to discuss and provide some resolution to specific issues within the interstate program. Areas of discussion included how to eliminate barriers to interstate collections, why order establishment ishigher on interstate cases than on intrastate cases,and what can be done to improve service of process.

Region II sponsored the fourth round in a series of urban meetings in collaboration with Region III in June 2004. The goals of these meetings were to discuss issues involving mass processing of cases in large urban jurisdictions and to improve services to clients in these areas. As a result of these meetings, staff from New Jersey and several other States visited the Philadelphia Domestic Relations Division to observe child support unit functions for possible replication in their jurisdictions. Participants were specifically interested in seeing the legal process and Philadelphia’s systems, including paternity testing procedures, paternity establishment, enforcement, service of process, case management, Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) registration procedures, outreach, and arrears processes and projects.

New Training Curricula

A new trainer guide, entitled “Working with the Military on Child Support Matters,” was initially produced in late 2003. This guide underwent substantial revisions necessitated by the passage of the Service Members Civil Relief Act in FY 2004. The curriculum was successfully presented as a pilot to child support trainers and military executives and then as a field trial for CSE caseworkers. This comprehensive guide contains a two-day course curriculum targeted for CSE workers who process cases involving military members.

14th NATIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

As the Child Support Enforcement program grows and builds on its past accomplishments, its future direction promises exciting opportunities for the CSE community. The 14th National Child Support Enforcement Training Conference, held in Arlington,Virginia, in September 2004, was the forum for “Scaling New Heights in Child Support.” While the main topic of this conference was the National Child Support Enforcement Strategic Plan, other topics included:

  • re-evaluating the structure and operations of automation systems;
  • promoting early intervention practices;
  • final rules for the Tribal Child Support Enforcement program;
  • innovative approaches to improve performance on child support enforcement processes; and
  • lessons learned in child support healthy marriage projects.

URBAN AND RURAL JURISDICTIONS ACADEMIES

Meetings, referred to as Urban Academies, began in FY 2002 and continued through FY 2004. The focus of these meetings was on exchanging information on performance-related issues and practices common to child support enforcement agencies in large jurisdictions.

“Reunion” calls, or audio conferences, with Academy participants and subject matter experts were held on topics identified for follow-up, including service of process, effective enforcement techniques, and mass case processing.

OCSE and regional staff also held audio conferences with rural counties. Approximately 25 rural counties participated in a total of six audio conferences.

The OCSE Region III office in Philadelphia organized conference calls with the rural county offices (Domestic Relations Sections) and the Bureau of Child Support Enforcement in Pennsylvania. These interactive calls covered many topics affecting rural child support offices, including:

  • trends in local offices (customer service, local budgets, etc.);
  • distinguishing characteristics of high performing offices; and
  • job loss and how rural economic trends affect child support orders and collections

These calls were replicated with several local rural offices throughout the nation.

OCSE IV-A/IV-D Academy for Urban Centers

On June 14-15, 2004, OCSE sponsored a IV-A/IV-D Collaboration Academy for several urban sites with large caseloads. The purpose of this meeting was to improve TANF and child support collaboration. The four jurisdictions were: Houston/Harris County, TX, Los Angeles County, CA, New York City, NY, and Philadelphia, PA. OCSE asked these urban areas to develop action plans and special initiatives to improve collaboration efforts and share them with other agencies. A couple of examples are:

  • Los Angeles held an urban summit with over 400 staff and developed specific office action plans to implement summit recommendations; and
  • Philadelphia provided training to TANF staff to improve data exchange and successfully piloted several IV-A/IV-D co-location offices.

PROGRAM IMPROVEMENTS

Undistributed Collections

The CSE Program has maintained its commitment to ensuring that child support is a reliable source of income for families. In this regard, ensuring that money collected on behalf of children is actually distributed to them continues to be a national priority.

In FY 2004, about 97 percent of the $21.9 billion collected was distributed to families as required and about $657 million remained undistributed.

In FY 2004, a Federal workgroup developed a “UDC Monitoring Guide” to systematically monitor undistributed collections on a nationwide basis. This monitoring guide enables Federal OCSE staff to identify States with high levels of undistributed collections and to offer appropriate consultation and technical assistance when needed.

Understanding the Child Support Debt

As of September 30, 2004, States reported that the total amount of unpaid child support debt that has accumulated since the program began in 1975 is $102 billion. While the $102 billion in arrears is often compared to the annual distributed collections, it is important to note that arrears include all overdue child support currently owed, regardless of the year in which it first came due. In the past 30 years, the child support enforcement program has collected and distributed $239 billion in child support. (The amount of debt reported by the States is slightly overstated because in interstate cases both States that are involved can report the arrears.)

A top priority for the OCSE program is to gain a greater understanding of child support debt. With more knowledge about the composition of unpaid child support debt, the program 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.

The Office of Child Support Enforcement and the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation contracted with the Urban Institute to conduct a “Child Support Debt Analysis Study” for nine large States. The purpose of this study is to identify the composition of child support debt, the causes for its growth, and steps to curb future arrears growth.

Preliminary results from this study show that most arrears are highly concentrated among a relatively small number of noncustodial parents and most arrears are held by those with no or low reported wages. The research suggests that some of the arrears’ growth results from orders that are too high relative to the noncustodial parent’s reported income. Many orders could benefit from more timely review and adjustment.

Another factor the research found to be contributing to arrears growth is assessment of interest. About one-third of the States assess interest routinely; another third assess interest on an intermittent basis; and the remaining third do not charge interest on arrears. Early results also show that most arrears are owed by debtors who owe large amounts of arrears, and charging interest concentrates arrears among this group even further. For example, in States that charge interest routinely, debtors who owed over $40,000 in arrears owe over half of the arrears in those States. In States that do not charge interest, the debtors who owed over $40,000 owed less than 30 percent of the total arrears in those States.

Some other factors that contribute to arrears are:

  • default orders and imputed income;
  • orders that are not modified when circumstances change;
  • retroactive support; and
  • incomplete enforcement.

Individual States are also studying their debt and experimenting with ways to better manage arrears. Such efforts include adopting new procedures, setting more appropriate orders for low-income parents, and/or expanding resources to enhance collection capabilities.

In FY 2004, OCSE developed the FY 2005-2009 National Child Support Enforcement Strategic Plan. One of the guiding principles of the Strategic Plan is to take prompt, proactive steps to ensure that appropriate levels of child support are paid on time and consistently to prevent the accrual of unpaid child support. Until recently, child support has followed a business model predicated on enforcement, as the name “child support enforcement” implies. That is, the system intervened only after substantial debt accumulated, and often too late for collection to be successful. Appropriately applied, severe enforcement remedies have their place, but this new principle will help to build a culture of compliance, in which parents support their children voluntarily and reliably.

Early intervention to prevent the unnecessary build-up of arrears benefits both families and States in numerous ways, from improving collection rates to keeping noncustodial parents from running underground to avoid overwhelming and largely uncollectible arrears. So, the Plan provides for proactive efforts to:

  • modify orders to ensure that obligations stay consistent with ability to pay;
  • contact noncustodial parents soon after a scheduled payment is missed;
  • update child support guidelines to recognize modern family dynamics such as shared custody, incomes of custodial parties;
  • use automation to detect noncompliance as early as possible; and
  • require reliable payment of current support, even if it means compromising uncollectible arrears to bring the noncustodial parent back into the fold.

Medical Support

The Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998 (CSPIA) mandated the establishment of the 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.

The 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 Centers 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, 2004, almost all States had enacted laws to require the 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 or are in the process of implementing/automating the NMSN.

The Employer Outreach team, a component in the Federal OCSE, 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.

OCSE issued guidance regarding medical support enforcement and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This guidance responds to issues from States, employers, and health insurance plan administrators about the HIPAA privacy provisions.

In response to MCSWG recommendations, OCSE and other Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) components sponsored research projects to improve establishment and enforcement of appropriate medical support obligations: (1) The Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), in consultation with OCSE, sponsored research addressing health care coverage among child support-eligible children; (2) ASPE also sponsored research addressing State practices in medical child support cross-program coordination with Medicaid and State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP); and (3) OCSE sponsored Special Improvement Project grants to assist States in the enforcement of the custodial parent’s health insurance coverage, to decrease Medicaid and SCHIP 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. OCSE has also included medical support as one of the five priority areas for research demonstration activities to add to the knowledge ad to promote the objectives of the child support enforcement program.

The OCSE Strategic Plan for 2005-2009, developed in 2004, includes the establishment and enforcement of medical support as a stand-alone goal. OCSE acknowledges that the provision of medical coverage by the custodial parent (or step-parent) may be a better option for many children. In addition, the program recognizes its role in assisting States to control their Medicaid expenditures by placing the financial responsibility for health care on the family, not the taxpayer, to the greatest extent possible. The OCSE Strategic Plan includes indicators for both the establishment and enforcement of medical support, as well as the percentage of IV-D children with health care coverage from any source and the Medicaid cost savings attributable to OCSE medical support efforts.

OCSE provided demonstration grant funding to the State of Georgia to develop and implement a model to expand private health insurance coverage through use of volume purchasing arrangements with private health plans. This would be the court-ordered option if neither the custodial parent nor the noncustodial parent has employer-sponsored insurance.

The child support enforcement community recognizes that it has a unique role to play in increasing the extent to which children receive health coverage. OCSE is planning regional medical support meetings to bring State directors from Medicaid, State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), child welfare (IV-E), and child support enforcement (IV-D) to collaborate on ways to increase medical support for children and Medicaid cost savings through child support enforcement.

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.

In FY 2004, OCSE awarded the following 15 new Section 1115 grants:

Ohio was awarded $50,000 to test the hypothesis that more information provided to noncustodial parents at first contact will result in more paternity and order establishment and more collections. The State proposes to employ "navigators" at the agency and at the court to provide this information and to refer noncustodial parents to counseling, employment, legal, or other community services.

Texas was awarded $125,000 to test (in Harris County) whether referral to Access and Visitation Enforcement services will result in regular child support payments. Nonpaying cases with minor-aged children of ten or younger with no domestic violence or serious substance abuse issues will be selected for the study to determine if enhanced Access and Visitation services will result in more regular payments. Selected parents will receive a free consultation with an attorney followed by mediation services. Parents in this high-level treatment group will also have educational programming available to them on subjects of co-parenting and relationship building.

Georgia, with a grant of $125,000, proposes to set up a controlled test of services provided under Georgia’s federally-funded Access and Visitation program. Services provided to the experimental group will be a mix of case intake and assessment, counseling or individual parent education, development of parenting plans, mediations, and supervised visitation and neutral exchanges.

Florida was awarded $124,144 to establish collaboration between its 11th Judicial Circuit Court system and the Child Support program to create a new Family Division Section within the court system to address access and visitation issues and to develop a simplified hearing process for child support cases. Two hypotheses will be tested. The first is that the associated hearing process and increased services will increase non-custodial parent involvement with their children. The second is that increased access and visitation will increase compliance with child support orders.

Colorado, with a grant of $125,000, proposes to demonstrate the effect of providing access and visitation services to parties with child support cases on collections. The State will place a child access specialist in each of three county child support offices to screen parties to determine the scope of their access and visitation issues, assess what services would most effectively address the issues, link the parties to services in the community, and provide some direct services. The key issue to be determined is whether a State can associate increased collections and access of noncustodial parents to their children through the services of such a full-time specialist.

Florida, with a grant of $99,853, will test the use of video-communications and electronic signatures to eliminate the need for clients to go physically from the IV-A office to the IV-D office and vice versa, at the intake phase. The interviews will be used by child support staff to gather child support information immediately from public assistance applicants who are uncooperative. The video-communications will enable applicants and TANF staff in Pensacola to be interviewed by child support staff located in the central office (Tallahassee). The project goals coincide with performance measures listed in the project announcement: improve paternity establishment, improve the rate of order establishment, and increase child support collections. Other goals include increasing the completeness of application information, streamlining the procedures, increasing client knowledge, reducing time to locate noncustodial parents, improving customer satisfaction, and improving the obligation rate.

Massachusetts was awarded $100,000 to establish a collaboration between its child support and TANF agencies to improve the information gathered from TANF applicants about custodial parents and noncustodial parents. Currently, the IV-A interviewers spend 15 minutes or less on child support materials during the intake interview that lasts an hour and a half to two hours. In this project, the child support information will be scripted and presented first in the interview by the child support worker in half of the cases and by the TANF worker in the other half. The procedures will be targeted on cases close to self-sufficiency and/or nearing the end of their benefits period to heighten the possibility of generating child support. The hypothesis is that there will be increases in paternity and order establishment and a reduction in the time to establish paternity and support orders.

The District of Columbia was awarded $86,574 to improve TANF referrals to the IV-D Program through co-locating of TANF and CSE workers. In this project, DC will set up one or more cubicles in the Anacostia office, with staff from both programs sitting side-by-side with monitors on the same desk. Five hundred clients will be randomly assigned to the treatment group with a joint intake and 500 to the control group (with the current TANF intake process). The joint location ensures that the same, correct, and complete information is entered into the databases for both programs.

Nebraska, with a grant of $72,466, will use innovative telecommunication strategies to increase collections. The State has a prize-winning phone system for customer service contact, which has been used primarily by custodial parents. The system will be extended to noncustodial parents throughout the State. The State seeks to reach half the noncustodial parents with new court orders. Two experienced call center staff will make targeted outbound calls to identify new noncustodial parents when they first become delinquent in their payments and interact with them early in the child support process in order to build long-term relationships.

Iowa was awarded $29,000 to improve collections and regular payments from noncustodial parents by assigning caseloads stratified by likely cooperation. Iowa seeks to shape a trusting relationship with child support program customers, particularly noncustodial parents, to encourage them to engage in the support establishment process and in problem solving if they encounter difficulty in making their support payments. Advanced statewide training will be provided to enhance child support specialists’ ability to initiate personal contacts in a manner that succeeds in gaining noncustodial involvement in support establishment and encouraging their compliance with support orders.

Tennessee, with a grant of $62,300, will apply the Australian system of monitoring and using early intervention to improve collections and avoid arrears. Tennessee will stratify cases based upon an assessment completed at the time that the child support order is established and identify financial and other parental characteristics that may be predictive of the likelihood of compliance. The case stratification will also be used to identify what interventions may be appropriate for the case, such as more frequent personal contact with NCPs, prompt modification of orders if necessary, and additional reminders to NCPs (including monthly reminders by mail or telephone). Case stratification will enable the child support agency to better identify NCPs who are in need of services to address employment and parenting issues. An additional component of the proposed project will be to identify cases with unmarried parents who may benefit from marriage in order to refer them to marriage assistance programs.

Delaware was awarded $50,000 to test procedures to meet paternity establishment standards. Delaware will develop mechanisms to assure that data entries are reliable and complete; it also will provide training to staff to more accurately capture paternity-related information in its system. Other steps that the State will take include increasing the presence and extent of materials at hospitals and other medical centers, using educational liaisons to increase the knowledge of incarcerated noncustodial parents, and holding paternity establishment seminars to encourage parents to establish the paternity of their children. The demonstration also seeks to expand its community outreach efforts regarding establishing paternity for children born outside of marriage.

Minnesota, with a grant of $43,000, will demonstrate innovative voluntary paternity establishment practices. The proposal emphasizes that a crucial first step is to identify the barriers that impede voluntary acknowledgement. A key concern is the low paternity acknowledgement rate at one hospital that serves a substantial number of the neediest population. The innovative approach includes the development of alternate locations for paternity establishment, training hospital staff to overcome paternity establishment barriers with an emphasis on culturally sensitive paternity establishment, and recommendations for including marriage promotion activities as part of voluntary paternity establishment efforts.

Georgia was awarded $43,000 to design and implement a model to expand health insurance options for parents through the use of volume purchasing arrangements with private health plans. The goal of this project is to increase the number of children in IV-D cases with health care coverage.

West Virginia, with a grant of $43,000, proposes to develop a 10-12 minute video and brochures to provide information about child support to incarcerated parents. Trained prison staff will show the video to inmates before release. The State has 2,643 inmates in 10 jails, 1,036 of whom have child support obligations. About 80 percent of inmates are released each year. The executive director of the regional jail authority will select inmates who will appear in the video. Anticipated benefits of the project include more realistic orders, improved collections, a better collection to/order ratio for the State, reduced contempt petitions for nonpayment, and better compliance with support orders by released inmates.

SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT GRANTS

The purpose of the Special Improvement Project (SIP) grant program is to provide funding for projects that further the national child support mission and goals and help improve program performance. Under the authority of section 452(j) of the Social Security Act, SIP grants provide 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. Eligible applicants include State and local public agencies, non-profit agencies (including faith-based organizations), and tribal organizations.

In FY 2004, OCSE awarded the following 12 SIP grants:

The Michigan Supreme Court received $100,000 to collaborate with the Office of Child Support, local courts, the Detroit College of Law, and other agencies to test the value of video and teleconferencing in granting the prison population access to child support proceedings. It is hoped that these collaborators will help incarcerated parents to avoid the build-up of past-due support.

The Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, received $99,978 to test the effectiveness of allowing nonresident parents to appear at interstate hearings through video and teleconferencing.

The Center for Policy Research received $99,926 to conduct an assessment of early case intervention techniques in five States (Oregon, Wisconsin, Texas, Colorado, and Massachusetts).

The Connecticut Judicial Branch received $100,000 to use a comprehensive client outreach approach, both personal and automated, that seeks to increase collections and customer satisfaction.

The Louisiana Family Council received $100,000 to collaborate with Support Enforcement, Orleans Family Court, community organizations, and other agencies to combine programs for diverse populations into service delivery strategies focusing on client barriers. The project aims to educate judges and support staff to culturally responsive approaches to child support, identify barriers to effective service delivery (and develop ways to reduce/eliminate them), and educate clients and the public.

The Urban Institute received $100,000 to develop high-quality online child support information for ethnically and culturally diverse populations. The project examines research on the opportunities and barriers that ethnic and culturally diverse populations face in the Nation’s child support enforcement program, identifies available high-quality information, and conducts focus groups in two communities (Washington, D.C. and Portland, Oregon) in order to develop information on child support that would be more responsive to these populations.

Iowa received $100,000 for a project in which State and local child support staff will teach the general public and community-based and faith-based service providers about the impact of marriage and single-parent child-rearing on children. The child support staff will sponsor contests, provide classes, participate in young men’s groups, and use public service announcements to educate young parents about ways to meet their responsibilities for their children.

Tennessee received $100,000 for a project in Shelby County to educate unwed parents on parental responsibility, to promote healthy marriage, and to obtain voluntary acknowledgements of paternity. The project will provide marriage and child support information in social service and clinical settings.

The Circuit Court of Baltimore County received $150,815 to increase employment opportunities for parents who owe support by combining court oversight with case management and links to employment and training.

San Francisco Child Support Services received $200,000 for developing ways to reduce the number of default support orders and the number of cases in which imputed income is used to establish orders. The project will address educational, cultural, and economic barriers to parental involvement. The goals of this project are to reduce default rates and arrearages and to increase payment rates.

Vermont received $100,000 to improve the automated data exchange between child support, Medicaid, and employers to increase access to private and public health insurance options available to the family. The project seeks to increase the frequency of medical support in orders, compliance with orders, and children enrolled in insurance plans. The project also seeks to thereby reduce Medicaid costs.

Texas received $100,000 to determine the cost-effectiveness of identifying parental interests in pensions and retirement plans and encumbering and seizing them to increase support collections.

ACCESS AND VISITATION GRANTS

Program goals for the “Grants to States for Access and Visitation” program, as set in statute, are to:

  • enable States to establish and administer programs and
  • support and facilitate noncustodial parents’ access to and visitation of their children.

Services include, but are 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.

Since FY 1996, funding for access and visitation has remained a constant $10 million per year. However, grants to individual States may change based on the funding formula that is set in statute. There is a minimum annual grant award. States with small populations are guaranteed a base grant amount of $100,000, and those States with large populations are awarded a larger grant amount based on the prescribed funding formula. States are required by law to provide a minimum of 10 percent of the total program costs.

Federal law requires States to monitor, evaluate, and report on services funded through access and visitation. This requirement is satisfied through the annual submission 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 noncustodial parenting time with children).

A record number of parents (nearly 71,000) received access and visitation services in fiscal year 2004 (see Chart A). Slightly more mothers (35,217) than fathers (32,906) were served and nearly 2,262 grandparents and legal guardians-who had primary custodial responsibility of children-were beneficiaries of these services as well. It is anticipated that roughly 80,000 children were positively affected by their parents’ participation in access and visitation programs during this time period.

Approximately 40 percent of the total number of parents who received access and visitation services in FY 2004 were unmarried. In addition, divorced parents constituted 28 percent of the total number of parents served; 19 percent of parents were legally separated; and 13 percent reported they were still married to each other. Out of the 32,906 fathers served, States report that 18,323 noncustodial parents were able to obtain increased parenting time with their children. The majority of parents served have annual incomes of 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, see Preliminary Data: Child Access and Visitation Grants — State Profiles (FY 2004). This report can be accessed on OCSE’s website: /programs/cse.

Chart A: More Parents are Served Each Year

*This chart is based on data reported by 53 states and territories for FY 2004. Data were collected on grandparents and legal guardians during fiscal years 2003 - 2004.

HEALTHY MARRIAGES INITIATIVE WAIVERS

The Secretary approved the following Section 1115 waivers in FY 2004, allowing States and approved sites to provide healthy marriage education integrated with Child Support Enforcement. These services to parents are intended to strengthen relationships and foster marriage when appropriate. This education is to be voluntary and gender neutral; domestic violence protocols are required. Federal funds of 66% must be matched by 34% State and local non-child support funds.

  • Michigan was funded at $1,000,000 to provide healthy marriage education to parents recruited through 10 faith-based community organizations in low-income areas and other sources.
  • Minnesota was funded at $989,999 to provide healthy marriage mentoring from minority married couples to young low-income unwed parent couples located through hospital pre-natal and post-natal programs and in-hospital paternity programs.
  • Louisiana was funded at $924,000 to provide healthy marriage education programs integrated with child support information to young unwed low-income parents around the time of the birth of the child.
  • Illinois was funded at $925,650 to give marriage and child support education to young unwed parent couples at local Women, Infants and Children (WIC) centers and those recruited by hospital-related pre- and post-natal programs.

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS

The Technology Transfer (TT) Program usually enables a State or local CSE agency to cover expenses associated with traveling to another jurisdiction to learn the details of a transferable practice. Some transfers may occur in meetings where issues are discussed and solutions developed. Funds may also be used to write up findings and follow up and report on the implementation of practices. It is anticipated that as a result of the TT there will be improved performance in States that adapt successful practices from other jurisdictions and there will be resolution of cross-State issues.

In Missouri, a one-day meeting was conducted in August 2004 at the Western Reception Diagnostic and Correctional Center in St. Joseph by staff from the Missouri Department of Corrections and Region VII for these staff members to share Child Support/Corrections demonstration information with the State of Kansas. Attendees included staff from the Department of Corrections, staff of State and Federal child support offices, and representatives from other partner agencies. Attendees shared information on services to offender noncustodial parents that led to interaction with their children, increased payment of child support, and reduced recidivism for released parents. Missouri and Kansas agreed to meet regularly to develop a concept for a bi-state project in a border city that would assist fathers in obtaining employment, paying their child support, and connecting with their children after they have been released.

Staff from OCSE and from the Missouri Department of Corrections and Missouri Family Support Division gave the presentation at the American Correctional Association’s 134th Congress of Correction in Chicago, Illinois in August 2004. The presentation provided an opportunity to showcase projects funded by OCSE. Missouri had a grant funded by OCSE to promote successful collaborations between State child support and corrections agencies and community/faith-based agencies in addressing the needs of incarcerated fathers and their children. The workshop at the Congress, entitled “Successful Re-Integration” highlighted Fathers for Life, a demonstration program in two Missouri prisons. Administrators and social service workers benefited by learning from a panel of practitioners and policy makers how they can better assist inmates to lessen child support challenges at the time of re-integration. Practitioners learned to navigate the child support system to ensure that child support obligations do not interfere with an inmate’s ability to re-establish relationships with their children and families.

OCSE provided funds for staff from the Los Angeles County Child Support and TANF managers to participate in the IV-A/IV-D Academy in Washington, DC in September 2004. At the Academy, the Los Angeles County Child Support staff developed an action plan for improving services to families and communication between the two programs. Following the Academy, OCSE provided financial assistance for a joint Child Support Services Department (CSSD) and Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) “Blue Ribbon Summit,” which brought together approximately 400 managers and staff from the County child support and TANF programs to brainstorm ideas on how to increase child support collections and income for families.

Four issues identified for further action were:

  • expand child support data collection through TANF Home Program Redetermination Process;
  • target cases approaching TANF time limits and cases with less than $100 TANF grants for child support collection;
  • recognize district/division offices with increased child support collections; and
  • provide joint on-going training for both County departments.

Following the summit, staff have been working together to develop and implement new processes/procedures that will result in improved services to customers and increased child support collections.

New Jersey received funds for three staff members to meet with the Michigan program and systems staff to review and discuss aspects of the Michigan Child Support Enforcement (Automated) System (MICSES) in September 2004. The trip allowed New Jersey workers an opportunity to see a system similar to the one they would be building for their own State prior to their evaluation of bids on it. Michigan is now on its first year of implementing the MICSES system and has identified key fundamental issues with the system which affect case structure, including areas of case definition, document generation, archiving, member merge, and solutions, so that these could be taken into consideration by the project leadership in New Jersey. The plan during the visit was to look at the leadership structure that Michigan has put into effect to handle project management problems of this nature and magnitude across the complex structure in which the program operates. Since Michigan is significantly similar to New Jersey in structure, New Jersey wanted to build something similar right from the beginning in order to successfully meet the timeline for re-engineering and assure a quality project outcome.

FOCUSING ON RESULTS

The Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) 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 support orders;
  • all children in IV-D cases receive 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. An Incentive Funding Workgroup composed of State and Federal partners made recommendations to the Secretary to develop this system. Four key elements of the performance-based incentive system include:

  • incentive payments based on performance in the five measures: paternity establishment, order establishment, collections on current support due, cases paying toward arrears, and cost-effectiveness;
  • reliable and complete data (determined by annual data reliability audits and reviews);
  • a capped incentive pool from which States are paid; and
  • incentives that must be reinvested into State child support programs.

In FY 2004, 47 States received an incentive for all five measures and seven States received an incentive for four measures. This is a marked improvement over FY 2003 results that show 43 States received an incentive for all five measures, eight States for four measures, and three States for three measures.

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 or unreliable. Penalties may also be assessed 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 if performance measures are not achieved. The corrective action year is the immediately succeeding fiscal year following the year of the deficiency. If the State’s data are determined complete and reliable and the related performance is adequate for the corrective action year, the penalty is not imposed.

If the corrective action was unsuccessful, the financial penalty is a reduction to the State’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant. 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. The penalty amount increases each year, up to five percent, for each consecutive year the State’s data are found to be incomplete, unreliable, or the State’s performance on a penalty measure fails to attain the specified level of performance. In 2004, nine States received a penalty after the FY 2003 corrective action year for the FY 2002 performance period. Six States filed appeals to the Department Appeals Board.

Audits and Data Reliability

The OCSE Office of Audit performs Data Reliability Audits (DRAs) to evaluate the completeness, accuracy, security, and reliability of data reported and produced by State reporting systems. The DRAs help ensure that incentives under the Child Support Performance and Incentives Act of 1998 are earned and paid only on the basis of verifiable data and that the incentive payments system is fair and equitable.

Beginning with the FY 2003 audit period, OCSE identified 12 States as not needing a DRA, primarily because they demonstrated the ability to consistently report reliable data over a period of at least two years and passed all performance standards. States that were excused from an audit were still required to provide audit trails to support the data being reported for incentive purposes, as well as a management assertion that the system used to report the data had not undergone significant change since the last audit. These requirements were necessary to help ensure and protect the integrity and reliability of the data and the incentive payment system. The audit staff performed a limited Data Reliability Review (DRR), primarily to ensure that the audit trails matched the data being reported. A State that was initially determined exempt from a DRA could be subject to the DRA in the same year as the DRR if the DRR disclosed serious problems between the audit trails and the data or if there was some other irregularity about the data being reported such as a sudden, major change that could not be explained. For FY 2004, 15 DRR’s were performed. The goal is to reach a point at which all States are on a three-year annual cycle. This three-year cycle will free up audit resources for other important responsibilities mandated by law (such as administrative cost audits).

Fiscal year 2004 was the fifth year that OCSE calculated and paid incentives to States for meeting performance standards in five performance measure areas. DRAs for FY 2004 showed continued improvement over FY 2003 results. Fifty States and jurisdictions passed the DRA/DRR for FY 2004, compared with 48 in the previous year. For the second year in a row, the lines for reporting paternity information on the OCSE-157 Report* were the only lines in error. In FY 2004, only four States, as compared to six States in FY 2003, did not meet the data reliability standard for the paternity measure. All States passed the DRA for cost-effectiveness in FYs 2002, 2003, and 2004.

Cost Audits

OCSE is required by statute to evaluate the adequacy of the financial management of a State’s program. Specifically, the OCSE Office of Audit is mandated to perform reviews of expenditures claimed by States for Federal reimbursement. The primary objectives of a cost audit are to determine whether costs claimed by the State for Federal reimbursement are allowable, allocable, and reasonable to the child support 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’s DRAs. Audit findings from cost audits performed or reported in FY 2004 included, among other things, unallowable non IV-D costs claimed for reimbursement and the receipt of program income not used to offset expenditures as required.

* The form States use to report statistical information to the Federal government.

Self-Assessment

Each State must conduct an annual review of its child support enforcement program using the compliance criteria and sampling methods required under section 454(15)(A) of the Social Security Act. Each year States must assess their IV-D program performance, and submit a report of their findings. The criteria and efficiency rates States use to assess their program performance are: case closure (90%), establish paternity and support (75%), enforce support orders (75%), collect and distribute support (75%), secure and enforce medical support (75%), review and adjust support orders (75%), interstate services (75%), and expedited processes for six months (75%) and twelve months (90%). The Federal role in self-assessment is to periodically analyze the reports, provide technical assistance, and identify best practices.

States continue to use the CSE program self-assessment process as a management tool to evaluate and improve CSE program performance and submit annual reports of such assessments to OCSE central and regional offices. In addition to reporting the status and accomplishments of the respective States’ CSE Program, including “best practices,” the annual reports also identify program deficiencies and corresponding corrective actions taken or planned. Based on review and evaluations of these annual State self-assessment reports, OCSE staff makes appropriate recommendations, offer technical assistance, and identify “best practices” which can be shared with other States. Nationally, all States passed the self-assessment criteria for FY 2004.

State Plans

As a condition of receiving Federal funding (Federal Financial Participation, referred to as FFP), State IV-D agencies must submit approvable State Plans describing the nature and scope of their 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 OCSE regional offices, but the Commissioner of OCSE retains the authority for determining that a State IV-D Plan is not approvable.

In FY 2004, two States (South Carolina and California) received notices of intent to disapprove their IV-D State Plans for failure to have in effect and in operation automated child support enforcement systems that met all Federal requirements under PRWORA. Both States received notices of intent to disapprove their IV-D State Plans for failure to implement the requirement to collect social security numbers on driver’s license applications. During the year, these States made considerable progress implementing the required procedures.

NATIONAL CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT STRATEGIC PLAN FY 2005-2009

In September 2004, the Office of Child Support Enforcement unveiled the National Child Support Enforcement Strategic Plan for 2005-2009 (the Plan). The Plan updates the Strategic Plan from fiscal years 2000-2004, reflecting changes in the child support enforcement program over the last five years. The Plan is the product of an enormously effective collaboration with the Child Support Enforcement community, including Federal, State, Tribal, and local level child support enforcement professionals. This Plan is used to ensure that all CSE programs are stressing the same program goals and objectives.

The revised Plan’s mission, vision, guiding principles, goals, objectives, and indicators are intended to bring child support professionals everywhere, and all others who collaborate with the IV-D program, an understanding of how the work they do directly affects the outcomes in the program. The plan also is designed as a practical management tool for setting work priorities and focusing resources. Like its predecessors, this Plan provides a direction for the course of the program over the next five years. In addition, it gives parents and taxpayers a tool for holding the program accountable for progress.

A few of the highlights that distinguish this Plan from previous Plans:

  • Families first. Child support should be a reliable source of income for families. Families receive 90 percent of total support collections. Our priorities include reducing the amount of support collected but not distributed. Success is not just getting any collection, but getting regular, timely payments to families.
  • Meaningful medical support for children. Medical support is now a separate goal with new indicators.
  • Preventing the build-up of unpaid support (arrearages) through early intervention rather than traditional debt threshold-based enforcement. This includes new proactive efforts to modify orders to ensure that obligations stay consistent with the ability to pay and using automation to detect non-compliance as early as possible.
  • Increased accountability of the Child Support Enforcement Program. The Child Support Enforcement Program has a long tradition of setting high standards and of holding itself accountable for achieving meaningful results. In the Plan, OCSE commits to measure performance through the use of over a dozen new or revised performance indicators.

OCSE presented the Plan at national and regional Child Support Enforcement conferences and meetings with other Federal and State agencies. OCSE also participated in a one-day session on Strategic Planning for the Leadership Development Program within the Office of the Inspector General, HHS.

PROJECT SAVE OUR CHILDREN (PSOC)

Project Save Our Children (PSOC) is a criminal child support enforcement initiative that targets chronically delinquent parents who willfully fail to take responsibility for their children and owe large sums of past due child support ($20,000 and over). Due to the parent’s excessive delinquency in providing child support payments, criminal charges may have been pending or ruled upon.

PSOC’s goal is to increase child support collections through the identification, investigation, and, when warranted, prosecution of flagrant, delinquent child support offenders. The total ordered amount of restitution related to Federal investigations were $5.4 million. The amount of restitution actually collected was $2.6 million in FY 2004.

By prosecuting parents who will not provide support, a pointed message of responsibility is sent that may help to give their children a better chance in life.

Since the project’s creation in 1998, PSOC has investigated over 9,000 cases and is responsible for over 1,000 Federal and State arrests and over 800 Federal and State convictions and adjudications. PSOC’s activities resulting from these investigations have increased OCSE’s ability to collect arrearages.

During FY 2004, PSOC activities included:

  • the implementation of the Child Support Enforcement Tracking System 5 (CSETS 5), a redeveloped system that is available at all screening sites used to track cases, including restitution payments;
  • a random PSOC screening site that passed the IRS audit, in which audit guidelines were developed, approved, and will be used by all screening sites;
  • web-based training on law enforcement data systems required for all Investigative Analysts;
  • two published articles on the results of the 2003 Round Up discussing what happens after the arrest of the non-paying parents; and
  • an international case (referred by Maryland IV-D offices) that proved the ability of the PSOC Task Force to coordinate with various entities for a successful outcome. (The program worked with MD IV-D offices, Mid-Atlantic PSOC, Office of the Inspector General, Department of Justice, Department of State, and the US Embassy in Spain, as well as various courts and law enforcement offices in Spain.)

TRIBAL PROGRAM

States historically have been charged with providing child support services to tribal recipients, as they comprise part of the State caseload. In 1996, The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act allowed the Office of Child Support Enforcement to directly fund tribal child support enforcement programs. Currently, the Department of Health and Human Services provides funding to nine tribes to operate a comprehensive child support enforcement program. The nine tribes are:

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

In FY 2004, these tribes participated in national child support meetings and conferences which included the following: the Tribal Child Support Final Rule Roll-Out, the Tribal/State Cooperation Workgroup, the Tribal CSE System Workgroup, the National Indian Child Welfare Association Directors Training Conference, the Central Office/ACF Regional Office Conference, and the Electronic Income Withholding Notice Workgroup. On-site technical assistance was provided to the Lac du Flambeau Band of Chippewa Indians and the Navajo Nation.

The final rule on the Tribal Child Support Enforcement programs was published in the Federal Register on March 30, 2004 (69 FR 16638). The rule sets forth the requirements and related provisions and provides guidance to tribes and tribal organizations on how to apply for funding and, upon approval, receive direct funding for the operation of Tribal IV-D programs. To receive funding, tribes must meet the following objectives:

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

OCSE conducted a series of meetings and conferences across the nation in the summer of 2004. The meetings provided an overview of the regulation, including the start-up process, funding process, and reporting requirements. Meetings and conferences were held in Seattle, WA; Prior Lake, MN; Albuquerque, NM; Palm Springs, CA; and Washington, DC.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM

During FY 2004, foreign reciprocating country (FRC) agreements became effective between the United States and the Canadian provinces/territories of New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut, and the nation of Switzerland. During FY 2004, the U.S. also declared Costa Rica to be reciprocating, pending notification of fulfillment of legal requirements from the government of Costa Rica.

In June 2004, 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 more children 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 in organizing and coordinating the Administrative Cooperation Working Group (ACWG). The stated goals of the ACWG, which was begun in 2003, are to improve administrative cooperation among participating countries and to develop possible recommendations on administrative cooperation for Hague Special Commission meetings. During 2004, the ACWG and its three subcommittees (Standard Forms and Procedures, Timelines for Case Processing, and Country Profiles) met and prepared reports for the June 2004 Special Commission. The Special Commission made the ACWG a formal committee with responsibility to recommend appropriate post-convention implementation of the new Convention.

The formalization of the ACWG is a significant accomplishment and responsibility for the U.S. and other countries that participate in the workgroup. The U.S. child support system serves as the model for performance-based measurement and monitoring of child support efforts.

In September 2004 in Puerto Rico, OCSE and the Department of State organized a Caribbean negotiation to develop a model bi-lateral child support reciprocity agreement with English-speaking Caribbean nations. After this conference, a meeting was held to plan a pilot project between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic to advance international child support efforts between those two jurisdictions.

In support of State caseworkers during 2004, OCSE issued guidance on processing cases with FRCs, improved international child support internet resources, international payments, and procedures for FRC access to the Federal Parent Locator Service.

PROGRAM CHARTS AND GRAPHS

Figure 1: Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 1: Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 1 data: Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years
  2000 % of Total
2000
2001 % of Total
2001
2002 % of Total
2002
2003 % of Total
2003
2004 % of Total
2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3
Total Caseload (Millions) 17.4   17.1   16.1   15.9   15.9  
Current Assistance (Millions) 3.3 19% 3.1 18% 2.8 17% 2.8 17% 2.6 17%
Former Assistance (Millions) 7.9 46% 7.9 46% 7.4 46% 7.4 46% 7.3 46%
Never Assistance (Millions) 6.2 35% 6.1 36% 5.9 37% 5.8 36% 5.9 37%

Forty-six percent of the total caseload continues to be former assistance cases.


Figure 2: IV-D Cases With and Without Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 2: IV-D Cases With and Without Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 2 data: IV-D Cases With and Without Support Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years
  2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3
Total Caseload (Millions) 17.2 16.8 16.0 15.9 15.8
With Orders (Millions) 10.7 11.0 11.3 11.5 11.8
Without Orders (Millions) 6.5 5.8 4.7 4.4 4.1

Cases with support orders established have increased each year over the last five years, while cases without orders have decreased.


Figure 3: Number of IV-D Cases for Which a Collection Was Made for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 3: Number of IV-D Cases for Which a Collection Was Made for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 3 data: Number of IV-D Cases for Which a Collection Was Made for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 line 18
Total Cases (Millions) 7.2 7.5 7.8 8.0 8.1
Never Assistance (Millions) 2.9 3.1 3.2 3.4 3.5
Former Assistance (Millions) 3.5 3.6 3.8 3.8 3.9
Current Assistance (Millions) 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8

The number of cases with collections has increased each year since FY 2000.


Figure 4: IV-D and Statewide Paternities Acknowledged* for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 4: IV-D and Statewide Paternities Acknowledged for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 4 data: IV-D and Statewide Paternities Acknowledged* for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 10 and 16
Total (Thousands) 1,554 1,568 1,527 1,525 1,606
IV-D Paternities Established (Thousands) 867 777 697 663 692
In-hospital and Other Paternitites Acknowledged (Thousands) 687 791 830 862 915

Nationwide paternities continue to increase due to in-hospital and other paternity acknowledgements.

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


Figure 5: Number of Support Orders Established and Percent Change for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 5: Number of Support Orders Established and Percent Change for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 5 data: IV-D and Statewide Paternities Acknowledged* for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 17
Total (Thousands) 1,174 1,181 1,220 1,161 1,181
% Change -4% 1% 3% -4% 2%

The percent of support orders established has increased by two percent between FY 2003 and FY 2004.


Figure 6: Total Distributed Collections by Current, Former, Never Assistance, and Medicaid, FY 2004
Figure 6: Total Distributed Collections by Current, Former, Never Assistance, and Medicaid, FY 2004

Figure 6 data: Total Distributed Collections by Current, Former, Never Assistance, and Medicaid, FY 2004
Current Assistance Former Assistance Never Assistance Medicaid
Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8G
$1 Billion (5%) $8.8 Billion (41%) $10.0 Billion (46%) $1.8 Billion (8%)

Over 80 percent of total distributed collections went to former and never assistance families in FY 2004.


Figure 7: Total Collections by Method of Collections, FY 2004
Figure 7: Total Collections by Method of Collections, FY 2004

Figure 7 data: Total Collections by Method of Collections, FY 2004
Wage Withholding* Unemployment Offset Federal Tax Offset State Tax Offset Other Sources Other States
Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 2a thru 2g
69.9% ($19.3 Billion) 2.1% ($567 Million) 5.1% ($1.4 Billion) 0.7% ($207 Million) 17.6% ($4.9 Billion) 4.6% ($1.3 Billion)

Wage withholding, with over $19 billion collected, was the most effective method used in FY 2004.

* Wage withholding includes IV-D and non-IV-D collections.


Figure 8: Total Distributed Collections by TANF/Foster Care and Non-TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 8: Total Distributed Collections by TANF/Foster Care and Non-TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 8 data: Total Distributed Collections by TANF/Foster Care and Non-TANF Collections for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-34A, lines 7a, 7b, 7c and 8
TANF/FC (Billions) $2.6 $2.6 $2.9 $3.0 $2.2
Non-TANF (Billions) $15.3 $16.4 $17.2 $18.2 $19.6
Total (Billions) $17.9 $19.0 $20.1 $21.2 $21.9

Almost $20 billion made up the Non-TANF portion of collections distributed in FY 2004, while the remaining $2.2 billion was TANF/FC.


Figure 9: Current Collections Due and Distributed, FY 2004
Figure 9: Current Collections Due and Distributed, FY 2004

Figure 9 data: Current Collections Due and Distributed, FY 2004
Current Support Distributed Balance Total Current Support Due
Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 24 and 25
$16.5 Billion (59%) $11.5 Billion (41%) $28 Billion

Fifty-nine percent of the current support due was distributed. The balance represents current support not collected or not distributed.


Figure 10: Cases Paying Toward an Arrears, FY 2004
Figure 10: Cases Paying Toward an Arrears, FY 2004

Figure 10 data: Cases Paying Toward an Arrears, FY 2004
Cases Not Paying Towards Arrears Cases Paying Towards Arrears Total Cases with Arrears Due
Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 28 and 29
4.4 Million (40%) 6.5 Million (60%) 10.9 Million

The majority of parents are paying toward their overdue child support.


Figure 11: Interstate* Collections for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 11: Interstate Collections for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 11 data: Interstate* Collections for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

* Collections forwarded to other states.

Source: Form OCSE-34A, lines 5g

Amount (Millions) $1,173 $1,165 $1,204 $1,276 $1,334

The amount of interstate collections continues to increase.


Figure 12a: Interstate Cases — Cases Sent to and Received From Another State for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 12a: Interstate Cases — Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 12 data: Interstate Cases — Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 line 1a and 1b
Current Assistance (Thousands) 118 113 115 121 115
Former Assistance (Thousands) 544 546 556 581 567
Never Assistance (Thousands) 355 357 371 383 375
Total (Thousands) 1,018 1,016 1,040 1,083 1,057

Figure 12b: Interstate Cases — Cases Received From Another State for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 12b: Interstate Cases — Cases Received From Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 12b data: Interstate Cases — Cases Received From Another State for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157 line 1a and 1b
Current Assistance (Thousands) 258 253 243 222 212
Former Assistance (Thousands) 115 119 117 128 132
Never Assistance (Thousands) 563 557 575 599 611
Total (Thousands) 937 928 935 949 955

Nationally, States sent over one million cases to another State. Cases received from another State were close to one million cases in FY 2004.


Figure 13: Total Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 13: Total Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 13 data: Total Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-396A line 9, column A+C
Total (Billions) $4.5 $4.8 $5.2 $5.2 $5.3
Federal Share (Billions) $3.0 $3.2 $3.4 $3.4 $3.5
State Share (Billions) $1.5 $1.6 $1.8 $1.8 $1.8

Total expenditures consist of the Administrative Cost + Automated Data Processing + Laboratory Paternity. The growth in total expenditures has increased to $5.3 billion in FY 2004, just above the $5.2 billion reported in the previous year.


Figure 14: Total ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
Figure 14: Total ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 14 data: Total ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-396A, lines 4, 5, and 6
Total (Millions) $827 $883 $867 $812 $880

Automated Data Processing (ADP) expenditures increased between FY 2003 and FY 2004 due to systems development cost in California.


Figure 15: Total Number of Children in the IV-D Program for Five Fiscal Years*
Figure 15: Total Number of Children in the IV-D Program for Five Fiscal Years

Figure 15 data: Total Number of Children in the IV-D Program for Five Fiscal Years*
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-157, line 4
Total 19,449,385 18,896,492 17,869,516 17,595,222 17,289,695

The number of children in the child support program has declined in recent year—reflective of the decrease in the child support caseload.

* Includes children 18 years of age and under.


Figure 16a: Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) For Five Fiscal Years
Figure 16a: Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) For Five Fiscal Years

Figure 16a data: Number of Unique Persons in the FCR by Participant Type* as of 09/30/2004
Type of Participant Non-custodial parents Putative fathers Custodial parents Children
Number of People (Millions) 11.2 1.2 12.1 19.6

Figure 16b: Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) For Five Fiscal Years
Figure 16b: Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) For Five Fiscal Years

Figure 16b data: Number of Unique Persons (NCPs and PFs) Matched* by the FPLS FYs 2000-2004
FY 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Number of Unique Persons Matched (Millions) 3.5 4.2 4.5 4.6 4.2

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

* 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.

** 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. The Unique NCPs and PFs matched is derived by unduplicating SSNs located across all data types (W4, QW, and UI). The figure is unduplicated within each data type but not between them—i.e., an individual may appear in more than one category but is only counted once in that category and once in the Total Number of Unique Persons Matched. As a result, the individual W4, QW, and UI counts may not add up to the Total Number of Unique Persons Matched figure. In addition, an individual can be returned as a match to more than one State but is only counted once in the nationwide total.

CH — this number may be higher than the total number of children in Figure 15 due to States not closing cases on the FCR even though they are closed in the State’s system and due to States not deleting children off of the FCR case when they have emancipated and no arrears are owed for that particular child.

Type of Participant: NCP - Noncustodial Parents, PF - Putative Father, CP - Custodial Parties, CH - Children.


Figure 17: Federal Offset Collections for Six Processing Years (PY)
Figure 17: Federal Offset Collections for Six Processing Years (PY)

Figure 17 data: Federal Offset Collections and Percent Change for Six Processing Years
Processing Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Total Net Collections (Billions) $1.34 $1.39 $1.65 $1.46 $1.554 $1.49
Percent Change +17% +4% +18% -12% +7% -4%

Almost $1.50 billion was collected through Federal offset collections in Processing Year 2004.


Figure 18: IV-D Tribal Program, FY 2004
Tribes Caseload Paternities Established Support Orders Established Total Collections Outlays* Collections Forwarded To States
CHICKASAW 9,643 98 8,613 $8,484,338 $2,291,673 $1,067,586
FLAMBEAU 904 329 416 250,379 167,664 4,884
LUMMI 132 6 18 48,328 509,754 70,999
MENOMINEE 1,574 111 799 746,504 684,624 12,232
NAVAJO 13,959 2,010 146 2,454,930 2,844,777 33,822
POTAWATOMI NA NA NA 272,315 NA 158,610
PUYALLUP 500 5 23 128,536 575,196 145,481
SISSETON NA 14 NA NA 430,276 103,955
S’KLALLAM 213 200 196 35,024 672,184 7,199
TOTAL 26,425 2,773 10,211 $12,420,354 $8,176,148 $1,604,768

Source: Reports submitted by Tribes

NA-Not Available

* Total Federal share of expenditures.

Tribes continue to increase their collections.

NATIONWIDE AND STATE BOX SCORES

NATIONWIDE BOX SCORES
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $21,861,258,876 3.2%
- Current Assistance $1,061,606,027 RC
- Former Assistance $8,870,802,263 RC
- Never Assistance $10,035,890,746 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $1,892,959,840 RC
Total Expenditures $5,322,261,132 2.0%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.38 $0.06
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,606,303 5.4%
Orders Established 1,181,012 1.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 60,354 -0.7%
Total Caseload 15,854,475 -0.4%
- Current Assistance 2,628,214 -4.8%
- Former Assistance 7,281,092 -1.2%
- Never Assistance 5,945,169 2.6%
State Box Scores for ALABAMA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $226,484,276 1.4%
- Current Assistance $2,797,588 RC
- Former Assistance $90,254,553 RC
- Never Assistance $133,426,767 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $5,368 RC
Total Expenditures $62,916,747 -2.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.93 $0.16
Paternities & Acknowledgements 7,745 -4.9%
Orders Established 20,415 -3.6%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 756 -1.9%
Total Caseload 237,442 -4.5%
- Current Assistance 28,191 -5.5%
- Former Assistance 108,244 -5.9%
- Never Assistance 101,007 -2.7%
State Box Scores for ALASKA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $82,112,657 3.5%
- Current Assistance $5,097,986 RC
- Former Assistance $41,085,144 RC
- Never Assistance $35,800,891 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $128,636 RC
Total Expenditures $20,889,915 -3.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.50 $0.26
Paternities & Acknowledgements 3,427 3.9%
Orders Established 3,923 56.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 248 -3.1%
Total Caseload 46,543 0.3%
- Current Assistance 6,257 -12.1%
- Former Assistance 25,298 2.3%
- Never Assistance 14,988 3.0%
State Box Scores for ARIZONA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $247,704,782 6.1%
- Current Assistance $14,095,544 RC
- Former Assistance $149,339,440 RC
- Never Assistance $83,852,059 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $417,739 RC
Total Expenditures $63,112,674 7.0%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.42 $-0.05
Paternities & Acknowledgements 55,392 15.1%
Orders Established 9,013 35.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,001 9.6%
Total Caseload 252,457 -2.5%
- Current Assistance 68,825 -12.8%
- Former Assistance 131,684 2.5%
- Never Assistance 51,948 0.8%
State Box Scores for ARKANSAS
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $144,740,929 6.9%
- Current Assistance $3,913,748 RC
- Former Assistance $55,486,297 RC
- Never Assistance $42,868,495 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $42,472,389 RC
Total Expenditures $40,962,098 -14.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.88 $0.76
Paternities & Acknowledgements 9,545 -11.0%
Orders Established 5,136 17.3%
Full Time Equiv. Staff 793 3.8%
Total Caseload 126,009 -1.9%
- Current Assistance 15,530 -11.7%
- Former Assistance 51,639 1.3%
- Never Assistance 58,840 -1.8%
State Box Scores for CALIFORNIA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $2,177,842,511 2.1%
- Current Assistance $298,124,396 RC
- Former Assistance $1,136,097,817 RC
- Never Assistance $638,915,505 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $104,704,793 RC
Total Expenditures $1,078,618,454 10.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $2.12 $-0.18
Paternities & Acknowledgements 213,542 15.3%
Orders Established 132,945 8.2%
Full Time Equiv. Staff 10,088 -7.2%
Total Caseload 1,808,377 -1.6%
- Current Assistance 456,682 2.3%
- Former Assistance 894,161 -0.2%
- Never Assistance 457,534 -7.8%
State Box Scores for COLORADO
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $217,200,793 6.9%
- Current Assistance $13,319,335 RC
- Former Assistance $97,524,587 RC
- Never Assistance $101,502,900 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $4,853,971 RC
Total Expenditures $69,830,659 -3.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.55 $0.33
Paternities & Acknowledgements 17,708 -0.3%
Orders Established 9,038 4.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 700 -4.5%
Total Caseload 140,344 1.6%
- Current Assistance 16,451 -1.8%
- Former Assistance 80,511 -0.4%
- Never Assistance 43,382 7.0%
State Box Scores for CONNECTICUT
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $226,642,739 1.9%
- Current Assistance $20,449,078 RC
- Former Assistance $132,192,471 RC
- Never Assistance $47,738,784 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $26,262,406 RC
Total Expenditures $76,443,536 29.0%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.20 $-0.85
Paternities & Acknowledgements 24,174 0.8%
Orders Established 7,547 -7.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 460 -3.2%
Total Caseload 210,311 -1.2%
- Current Assistance 30,460 -7.3%
- Former Assistance 116,829 -1.9%
- Never Assistance 63,022 3.5%
State Box Scores for DELAWARE
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $63,647,137 3.5%
- Current Assistance $3,554,266 RC
- Former Assistance $25,768,765 RC
- Never Assistance $28,270,400 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $6,053,706 RC
Total Expenditures $23,836,341 4.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.01 $-0.02
Paternities & Acknowledgements 5,332 13.7%
Orders Established 2,182 13.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 218 0.9%
Total Caseload 55,378 0.3%
- Current Assistance 8,634 -4.1%
- Former Assistance 27,602 0.4%
- Never Assistance 19,142 2.4%
State Box Scores for DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $44,704,165 0.9%
- Current Assistance $3,270,144 RC
- Former Assistance $15,277,113 RC
- Never Assistance $18,667,836 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $7,489,072 RC
Total Expenditures $16,413,838 -33.0%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.14 $1.05
Paternities & Acknowledgements 5,825 -4.3%
Orders Established 1,179 -5.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 229 6.5%
Total Caseload 92,847 -11.7%
- Current Assistance 29,361 -12.6%
- Former Assistance 38,632 -10.9%
- Never Assistance 24,854 -11.8%
State Box Scores for FLORIDA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $982,706,031 10.3%
- Current Assistance $39,080,625 RC
- Former Assistance $527,649,528 RC
- Never Assistance $144,954,161 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $271,021,717 RC
Total Expenditures $246,281,985 6.8%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.50 $0.11
Paternities & Acknowledgements 92,532 -0.5%
Orders Established 54,699 -8.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 3,181 -1.4%
Total Caseload 692,563 4.3%
- Current Assistance 75,216 0.5%
- Former Assistance 328,349 0.9%
- Never Assistance 288,998 9.7%
State Box Scores for GEORGIA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $465,376,601 2.6%
- Current Assistance $21,570,610 RC
- Former Assistance $228,602,828 RC
- Never Assistance $153,326,327 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $61,876,836 RC
Total Expenditures $112,113,933 -1.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.67 $0.20
Paternities & Acknowledgements 50,139 -8.0%
Orders Established 28,254 5.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,281 2.8%
Total Caseload 489,230 1.7%
- Current Assistance 86,686 -5.3%
- Former Assistance 229,259 4.0%
- Never Assistance 173,285 2.5%
State Box Scores for GUAM
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $8,708,844 4.7%
- Current Assistance $1,136,672 RC
- Former Assistance $1,900,578 RC
- Never Assistance $5,671,594 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $4,656,068 5.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $2.26 $0.16
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,106 574.4%
Orders Established 1,200 42.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 36 -5.3%
Total Caseload 12,605 1.9%
- Current Assistance 1,059 166.1%
- Former Assistance 7,763 -7.1%
- Never Assistance 3,783 4.8%
State Box Scores for HAWAII
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $80,829,473 6.8%
- Current Assistance $5,061,743 RC
- Former Assistance $37,212,043 RC
- Never Assistance $37,233,713 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $1,321,974 RC
Total Expenditures $9,987,322 -37.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $8.73 $3.66
Paternities & Acknowledgements 9,999 2.0%
Orders Established 3,288 -9.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 215 12.0%
Total Caseload 97,735 -1.7%
- Current Assistance 27,555 -4.5%
- Former Assistance 44,123 0.0%
- Never Assistance 26,057 -1.6%
State Box Scores for IDAHO
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $110,889,809 7.6%
- Current Assistance $1,446,143 RC
- Former Assistance $30,844,982 RC
- Never Assistance $61,524,902 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $17,073,782 RC
Total Expenditures $20,414,880 2.8%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.94 $0.24
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,352 0.5%
Orders Established 5,115 20.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 109 -16.8%
Total Caseload 95,209 8.2%
- Current Assistance 4,306 6.1%
- Former Assistance 33,751 5.4%
- Never Assistance 57,152 10.1%
State Box Scores for ILLINOIS
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $511,215,349 8.5%
- Current Assistance $11,491,388 RC
- Former Assistance $192,139,158 RC
- Never Assistance $307,584,803 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $172,726,567 -9.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.22 $0.58
Paternities & Acknowledgements 80,291 1.8%
Orders Established 47,252 0.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,584 3.1%
Total Caseload 641,235 -11.5%
- Current Assistance 89,060 -3.8%
- Former Assistance 263,184 -16.5%
- Never Assistance 288,991 -8.7%
State Box Scores for INDIANA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $442,638,880 6.1%
- Current Assistance $11,085,681 RC
- Former Assistance $91,483,798 RC
- Never Assistance $340,069,401 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $65,083,192 18.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $7.04 $-0.87
Paternities & Acknowledgements 9,806 6.6%
Orders Established 56,537 8.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 866 2.4%
Total Caseload 326,452 8.3%
- Current Assistance 48,327 30.8%
- Former Assistance 148,992 4.6%
- Never Assistance 129,133 5.7%
State Box Scores for IOWA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $280,399,263 3.9%
- Current Assistance $15,374,637 RC
- Former Assistance $145,182,357 RC
- Never Assistance $62,126,448 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $57,715,821 RC
Total Expenditures $52,734,715 2.5%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.59 $0.07
Paternities & Acknowledgements 11,563 -1.0%
Orders Established 10,146 -26.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 613 2.9%
Total Caseload 179,759 2.6%
- Current Assistance 26,534 0.2%
- Former Assistance 102,722 1.5%
- Never Assistance 50,503 6.3%
State Box Scores for KANSAS
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $142,711,660 2.5%
- Current Assistance $9,481,200 RC
- Former Assistance $75,864,846 RC
- Never Assistance $27,061,896 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $30,303,718 RC
Total Expenditures $50,754,022 1.3%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.15 $0.02
Paternities & Acknowledgements 27,685 18.5%
Orders Established 10,643 8.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 598 -3.5%
Total Caseload 131,550 -2.1%
- Current Assistance 26,793 4.8%
- Former Assistance 63,216 -2.2%
- Never Assistance 41,541 -5.9%
State Box Scores for KENTUCKY
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $322,100,896 14.6%
- Current Assistance $16,452,572 RC
- Former Assistance $202,302,790 RC
- Never Assistance $75,842,774 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $27,502,760 RC
Total Expenditures $57,067,459 -6.4%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.95 $1.07
Paternities & Acknowledgements 21,710 10.0%
Orders Established 42,028 8.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 972 4.4%
Total Caseload 316,895 1.0%
- Current Assistance 53,082 -4.6%
- Former Assistance 160,932 1.2%
- Never Assistance 102,881 3.9%
State Box Scores for LOUISIANA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $279,621,377 2.4%
- Current Assistance $7,203,787 RC
- Former Assistance $134,216,825 RC
- Never Assistance $120,605,040 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $17,595,725 RC
Total Expenditures $59,120,674 3.6%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.04 $-0.07
Paternities & Acknowledgements 13,921 -29.3%
Orders Established 18,968 1.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 871 -1.4%
Total Caseload 275,666 1.2%
- Current Assistance 31,144 -19.2%
- Former Assistance 144,854 3.8%
- Never Assistance 99,668 5.8%
State Box Scores for MAINE
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $99,549,245 2.0%
- Current Assistance $16,287,431 RC
- Former Assistance $53,395,816 RC
- Never Assistance $26,483,431 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $3,382,567 RC
Total Expenditures $24,120,328 16.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.35 $-0.64
Paternities & Acknowledgements 5,540 141.8%
Orders Established 1,586 -14.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 251 -4.9%
Total Caseload 64,199 -0.1%
- Current Assistance 16,578 0.8%
- Former Assistance 32,170 0.0%
- Never Assistance 15,451 -1.5%
State Box Scores for MARYLAND
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $427,575,362 4.5%
- Current Assistance $10,072,609 RC
- Former Assistance $96,578,692 RC
- Never Assistance $320,924,061 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $100,371,995 3.3%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.57 $0.05
Paternities & Acknowledgements 27,532 0.2%
Orders Established 15,161 -9.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,051 -1.7%
Total Caseload 279,783 -10.5%
- Current Assistance 34,003 -11.7%
- Former Assistance 118,660 -9.9%
- Never Assistance 127,120 -10.8%
State Box Scores for MASSACHUSETTS
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $439,874,829 3.5%
- Current Assistance $25,356,699 RC
- Former Assistance $203,471,075 RC
- Never Assistance $209,034,443 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $2,012,612 RC
Total Expenditures $94,611,214 15.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.88 $-0.58
Paternities & Acknowledgements 19,028 -4.4%
Orders Established 25,073 5.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 790 4.5%
Total Caseload 256,229 3.9%
- Current Assistance 48,238 -8.8%
- Former Assistance 137,415 4.1%
- Never Assistance 70,576 14.5%
State Box Scores for MICHIGAN
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $1,414,387,902 0.7%
- Current Assistance $41,807,260 RC
- Former Assistance $440,842,933 RC
- Never Assistance $659,624,618 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $272,113,091 RC
Total Expenditures $267,174,735 -10.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.42 $0.63
Paternities & Acknowledgements 46,759 -25.5%
Orders Established 17,555 22.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,637 -10.0%
Total Caseload 1,026,441 -1.4%
- Current Assistance 129,985 -21.4%
- Former Assistance 456,880 -12.8%
- Never Assistance 439,576 24.9%
State Box Scores for MINNESOTA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $567,377,338 1.6%
- Current Assistance $29,686,105 RC
- Former Assistance $276,512,734 RC
- Never Assistance $206,514,539 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $54,663,960 RC
Total Expenditures $142,912,641 0.3%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.10 $0.06
Paternities & Acknowledgements 24,002 1.1%
Orders Established 16,550 1.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,559 -1.3%
Total Caseload 246,408 0.7%
- Current Assistance 48,969 -10.5%
- Former Assistance 147,469 4.9%
- Never Assistance 49,970 1.4%
State Box Scores for MISSISSIPPI
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $182,008,930 4.0%
- Current Assistance $4,268,474 RC
- Former Assistance $56,155,002 RC
- Never Assistance $99,394,591 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $22,190,863 RC
Total Expenditures $24,185,977 -1.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $7.96 $0.46
Paternities & Acknowledgements 34,665 138.3%
Orders Established 14,721 10.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 444 -7.5%
Total Caseload 295,432 -2.0%
- Current Assistance 24,855 -16.4%
- Former Assistance 110,350 -0.6%
- Never Assistance 160,227 -0.4%
State Box Scores for MISSOURI
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $449,718,615 3.9%
- Current Assistance $19,064,772 RC
- Former Assistance $188,932,843 RC
- Never Assistance $133,732,505 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $107,988,495 RC
Total Expenditures $87,678,856 -4.8%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.40 $0.45
Paternities & Acknowledgements 32,883 -2.2%
Orders Established 15,401 -4.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,001 -22.0%
Total Caseload 383,044 -0.2%
- Current Assistance 67,381 -5.8%
- Former Assistance 169,957 4.8%
- Never Assistance 145,706 -2.9%
State Box Scores for MONTANA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $45,000,554 1.6%
- Current Assistance $2,425,227 RC
- Former Assistance $23,807,415 RC
- Never Assistance $17,556,138 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $1,211,774 RC
Total Expenditures $13,399,195 -6.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.94 $0.31
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,158 -4.8%
Orders Established 3,111 -0.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 169 7.0%
Total Caseload 41,400 1.0%
- Current Assistance 6,333 -7.1%
- Former Assistance 25,607 1.8%
- Never Assistance 9,460 5.1%
State Box Scores for NEBRASKA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $153,576,166 4.7%
- Current Assistance $5,715,932 RC
- Former Assistance $59,627,063 RC
- Never Assistance $41,439,302 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $46,793,869 RC
Total Expenditures $45,084,471 -4.8%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.59 $0.37
Paternities & Acknowledgements 7,410 7.7%
Orders Established 6,257 7.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 435 0.5%
Total Caseload 98,992 1.4%
- Current Assistance 12,045 -4.6%
- Former Assistance 45,696 3.6%
- Never Assistance 41,251 0.9%
State Box Scores for NEVADA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $107,714,631 8.1%
- Current Assistance $2,339,902 RC
- Former Assistance $25,917,808 RC
- Never Assistance $77,526,825 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $1,930,096 RC
Total Expenditures $40,497,262 1.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.31 $0.19
Paternities & Acknowledgements 4,464 2.2%
Orders Established 4,472 -63.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 432 NA
Total Caseload 111,694 -5.6%
- Current Assistance 9,786 -51.4%
- Former Assistance 35,715 -5.5%
- Never Assistance 66,193 9.6%
State Box Scores for NEW HAMPSHIRE
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $79,608,466 0.1%
- Current Assistance $5,161,849 RC
- Former Assistance $34,850,132 RC
- Never Assistance $39,596,485 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $16,244,978 -10.4%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.27 $0.55
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,169 -3.7%
Orders Established 2,864 5.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 158 -5.4%
Total Caseload 37,699 -0.8%
- Current Assistance 6,489 -3.5%
- Former Assistance 17,495 1.3%
- Never Assistance 13,715 -2.2%
State Box Scores for NEW JERSEY
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $861,917,778 5.8%
- Current Assistance $30,736,447 RC
- Former Assistance $246,065,789 RC
- Never Assistance $585,115,542 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $185,918,148 9.2%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.89 $-0.17
Paternities & Acknowledgements 37,515 1.7%
Orders Established 23,887 0.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,092 -5.0%
Total Caseload 361,553 4.8%
- Current Assistance 75,246 8.2%
- Former Assistance 160,332 3.9%
- Never Assistance 125,975 4.1%
State Box Scores for NEW MEXICO
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $66,398,704 11.0%
- Current Assistance $3,486,280 RC
- Former Assistance $34,562,176 RC
- Never Assistance $23,120,038 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $5,230,210 RC
Total Expenditures $39,892,937 -6.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $1.87 $0.30
Paternities & Acknowledgements 7,157 -6.3%
Orders Established 6,704 -2.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 357 2.6%
Total Caseload 74,130 6.5%
- Current Assistance 15,713 -10.8%
- Former Assistance 32,658 7.6%
- Never Assistance 25,759 19.1%
State Box Scores for NEW YORK
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $1,312,113,067 -2.2%
- Current Assistance $55,400,065 RC
- Former Assistance $480,456,805 RC
- Never Assistance $764,184,342 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $12,071,855 RC
Total Expenditures $324,634,090 13.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.31 $-0.69
Paternities & Acknowledgements 108,494 3.8%
Orders Established 37,187 3.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,954 0.8%
Total Caseload 877,526 -1.0%
- Current Assistance 142,985 -8.5%
- Former Assistance 458,450 -1.7%
- Never Assistance 276,091 4.5%
State Box Scores for NORTH CAROLINA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $527,372,864 6.3%
- Current Assistance $17,730,190 RC
- Former Assistance $288,764,131 RC
- Never Assistance $166,131,311 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $54,747,232 RC
Total Expenditures $114,005,360 5.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.01 $0.02
Paternities & Acknowledgements 46,012 0.7%
Orders Established 39,686 1.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,659 5.1%
Total Caseload 409,041 -2.1%
- Current Assistance 54,139 -7.6%
- Former Assistance 226,740 -3.8%
- Never Assistance 128,162 3.7%
State Box Scores for NORTH DAKOTA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $57,670,079 5.8%
- Current Assistance $2,214,306 RC
- Former Assistance $20,437,427 RC
- Never Assistance $14,921,901 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $20,096,445 RC
Total Expenditures $11,843,765 1.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.36 $0.26
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,188 -0.4%
Orders Established 3,758 5.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 153 1.3%
Total Caseload 39,777 2.6%
- Current Assistance 4,976 -7.7%
- Former Assistance 15,191 2.1%
- Never Assistance 19,610 5.9%
State Box Scores for OHIO
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $1,636,418,913 4.5%
- Current Assistance $30,721,660 RC
- Former Assistance $471,087,778 RC
- Never Assistance $1,024,175,631 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $110,433,844 RC
Total Expenditures $308,380,120 -8.0%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.45 $0.65
Paternities & Acknowledgements 56,692 7.0%
Orders Established 48,699 5.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 4,783 0.5%
Total Caseload 938,356 2.5%
- Current Assistance 128,196 2.6%
- Former Assistance 366,034 1.3%
- Never Assistance 444,126 3.6%
State Box Scores for OKLAHOMA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $154,022,936 8.1%
- Current Assistance $4,967,171 RC
- Former Assistance $76,652,265 RC
- Never Assistance $37,875,587 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $34,527,913 RC
Total Expenditures $46,684,484 -7.5%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $3.64 $0.52
Paternities & Acknowledgements 16,009 15.5%
Orders Established 9,298 -5.0%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 590 2.3%
Total Caseload 151,410 10.4%
- Current Assistance 22,689 7.0%
- Former Assistance 71,738 7.0%
- Never Assistance 56,983 16.6%
State Box Scores for OREGON
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $298,280,030 3.2%
- Current Assistance $10,786,704 RC
- Former Assistance $100,250,636 RC
- Never Assistance $172,351,959 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $14,890,731 RC
Total Expenditures $52,335,329 -6.6%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.76 $0.16
Paternities & Acknowledgements 15,458 14.7%
Orders Established 19,571 -1.4%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 741 0.0%
Total Caseload 249,048 0.7%
- Current Assistance 42,604 7.2%
- Former Assistance 112,165 12.2%
- Never Assistance 94,279 -12.4%
State Box Scores for PENNSYLVANIA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $1,370,957,279 1.1%
- Current Assistance $56,550,227 RC
- Former Assistance $343,132,731 RC
- Never Assistance $971,274,321 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $202,107,979 -1.8%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $7.01 $0.20
Paternities & Acknowledgements 70,572 7.5%
Orders Established 61,106 -2.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,957 7.1%
Total Caseload 567,389 -4.0%
- Current Assistance 97,698 -2.6%
- Former Assistance 217,686 -7.4%
- Never Assistance 252,005 -1.4%
State Box Scores for PUERTO RICO
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $240,504,748 3.5%
- Current Assistance $1,421,548 RC
- Former Assistance $8,611,905 RC
- Never Assistance $230,471,295 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $31,845,329 -25.4%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $7.88 $2.22
Paternities & Acknowledgements 26,283 3.5%
Orders Established 3,631 8.6%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 887 2.9%
Total Caseload 240,878 1.5%
- Current Assistance 62,966 -2.3%
- Former Assistance 10,223 9.5%
- Never Assistance 167,689 2.5%
State Box Scores for RHODE ISLAND
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $54,654,636 4.0%
- Current Assistance $10,063,161 RC
- Former Assistance $32,850,456 RC
- Never Assistance $8,872,471 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $2,868,548 RC
Total Expenditures $11,820,855 -4.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.01 $0.38
Paternities & Acknowledgements 4,079 -25.8%
Orders Established 2,464 -7.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 125 -3.8%
Total Caseload 68,302 0.6%
- Current Assistance 17,328 -7.2%
- Former Assistance 35,719 2.0%
- Never Assistance 15,255 7.2%
State Box Scores for SOUTH CAROLINA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $235,648,240 1.4%
- Current Assistance $9,226,665 RC
- Former Assistance $32,015,722 RC
- Never Assistance $194,405,853 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $0 RC
Total Expenditures $35,384,236 -8.6%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $7.00 $0.68
Paternities & Acknowledgements 16,089 -7.2%
Orders Established 9,781 -16.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 266 -8.0%
Total Caseload 222,673 1.7%
- Current Assistance 36,127 -7.8%
- Former Assistance 114,828 4.0%
- Never Assistance 71,718 3.6%
State Box Scores for SOUTH DAKOTA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $55,767,437 6.2%
- Current Assistance $1,450,378 RC
- Former Assistance $31,759,276 RC
- Never Assistance $13,841,118 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $8,716,665 RC
Total Expenditures $8,273,943 10.4%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $7.49 $-0.31
Paternities & Acknowledgements 3,476 8.0%
Orders Established 2,912 -13.1%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 105 0.0%
Total Caseload 43,565 2.4%
- Current Assistance 6,799 -8.0%
- Former Assistance 24,500 2.6%
- Never Assistance 12,266 8.9%
State Box Scores for TENNESSEE
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $382,290,366 8.1%
- Current Assistance $47,720,623 RC
- Former Assistance $153,290,273 RC
- Never Assistance $178,429,308 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $2,850,162 RC
Total Expenditures $80,101,558 14.5%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.16 $-0.31
Paternities & Acknowledgements 65,266 23.4%
Orders Established 82,003 3.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,062 3.8%
Total Caseload 345,058 -3.8%
- Current Assistance 108,245 -6.5%
- Former Assistance 131,881 -1.5%
- Never Assistance 104,932 -3.8%
State Box Scores for TEXAS
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $1,502,575,692 -0.3%
- Current Assistance $23,666,833 RC
- Former Assistance $642,130,969 RC
- Never Assistance $563,580,830 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $273,197,060 RC
Total Expenditures $276,817,795 -4.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.95 $0.32
Paternities & Acknowledgements 152,010 7.6%
Orders Established 112,493 7.8%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 2,749 4.3%
Total Caseload 913,307 1.8%
- Current Assistance 102,090 -19.2%
- Former Assistance 397,160 1.6%
- Never Assistance 414,057 9.0%
State Box Scores for UTAH
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $140,596,546 2.5%
- Current Assistance $9,220,908 RC
- Former Assistance $87,312,663 RC
- Never Assistance $17,725,701 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $26,337,274 RC
Total Expenditures $36,952,849 3.6%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.08 $-0.06
Paternities & Acknowledgements 7,845 -5.1%
Orders Established 8,121 -1.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 542 2.1%
Total Caseload 74,594 -1.1%
- Current Assistance 14,076 -3.3%
- Former Assistance 35,378 -4.1%
- Never Assistance 25,140 4.8%
State Box Scores for VERMONT
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $48,680,441 15.3%
- Current Assistance $5,025,698 RC
- Former Assistance $28,791,812 RC
- Never Assistance $13,437,163 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $1,425,768 RC
Total Expenditures $12,157,120 2.6%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.22 $0.44
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,264 -12.3%
Orders Established 7,182 17.2%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 121 0.0%
Total Caseload 23,503 -3.0%
- Current Assistance 7,769 -6.6%
- Former Assistance 10,980 -1.6%
- Never Assistance 4,754 -0.0%
State Box Scores for VIRGIN ISLANDS
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $8,483,034 11.6%
- Current Assistance $86,708 RC
- Former Assistance $936,212 RC
- Never Assistance $7,458,335 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $1,779 RC
Total Expenditures $5,506,548 14.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $1.83 $-0.01
Paternities & Acknowledgements 11 NA
Orders Established 492 NA
Full Time Equivalent Staff 52 -3.7%
Total Caseload 11,709 NA
- Current Assistance 1,512 NA
- Former Assistance 2,619 NA
- Never Assistance 7,578 NA
State Box Scores for VIRGINIA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $495,051,082 5.9%
- Current Assistance $22,815,506 RC
- Former Assistance $154,458,411 RC
- Never Assistance $265,929,437 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $51,847,728 RC
Total Expenditures $86,120,479 8.9%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $6.33 $-0.19
Paternities & Acknowledgements 30,527 4.4%
Orders Established 27,140 -2.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 997 -1.4%
Total Caseload 352,441 0.8%
- Current Assistance 56,653 3.9%
- Former Assistance 140,089 1.5%
- Never Assistance 155,699 -0.9%
State Box Scores for WASHINGTON
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $591,198,936 -1.0%
- Current Assistance $30,594,500 RC
- Former Assistance $266,850,618 RC
- Never Assistance $255,509,815 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $38,244,003 RC
Total Expenditures $139,275,739 -0.7%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.52 $-0.02
Paternities & Acknowledgements 29,965 7.3%
Orders Established 27,539 3.9%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,574 0.6%
Total Caseload 331,458 5.1%
- Current Assistance 52,438 10.9%
- Former Assistance 178,699 4.4%
- Never Assistance 100,321 3.5%
State Box Scores for WEST VIRGINIA
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $158,469,493 0.9%
- Current Assistance $7,273,964 RC
- Former Assistance $71,566,690 RC
- Never Assistance $44,772,053 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $34,856,786 RC
Total Expenditures $38,168,078 4.1%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $4.42 $-0.12
Paternities & Acknowledgements 8,192 18.9%
Orders Established 9,270 4.7%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 527 -1.3%
Total Caseload 112,091 2.0%
- Current Assistance 14,462 -8.1%
- Former Assistance 55,016 3.7%
- Never Assistance 42,613 3.6%
State Box Scores for WISCONSIN
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $588,915,411 1.9%
- Current Assistance $13,882,680 RC
- Former Assistance $406,952,432 RC
- Never Assistance $164,788,529 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $3,291,770 RC
Total Expenditures $103,405,275 2.8%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.91 $-0.04
Paternities & Acknowledgements 18,915 -5.0%
Orders Established 43,632 -12.3%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 1,114 6.0%
Total Caseload 339,654 -0.4%
- Current Assistance 26,253 -1.3%
- Former Assistance 167,840 -5.5%
- Never Assistance 145,561 6.4%
State Box Scores for WYOMING
  Amount % change
from FY 03
Collections Distributed $48,600,954 2.6%
- Current Assistance $370,402 RC
- Former Assistance $21,347,653 RC
- Never Assistance $18,646,572 RC
- Medicaid Assistance $8,236,327 RC
Total Expenditures $10,382,385 10.5%
Cost Effectiveness (Point Change) $5.16 $-0.41
Paternities & Acknowledgements 1,880 0.0%
Orders Established 2,197 8.5%
Full Time Equivalent Staff 201 -10.7%
Total Caseload 37,084 -1.8%
- Current Assistance 2,435 -12.1%
- Former Assistance 16,007 -5.3%
- Never Assistance 18,642 3.2%

 

LIST OF TABLES

Program Overview

Table 1 - Financial Overview, FY 2003 and FY 2004

Table 2 - Statistical Overview, FY 2003 and FY 2004

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 2004

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 2004

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 Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Table 23 - Interstate Cases Received from Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Cost-Effectiveness

Table 24 - Cost-Effectiveness Ratio for Five Fiscal Years

Incentives

Table 25 - Incentive Payment Estimates for Five Fiscal Years

Table 26 - Incentive Payment Actuals for Five Fiscal Years

Medical Support

Table 27 - Medical Support Payments to Families for Five Fiscal Years

Table 28 - Percent of Health Insurance Provided as Ordered for Two Fiscal Years

Table 29 - Percent of Cases with Orders in Which Medical Support is Ordered for Two Fiscal Years

Program Expenditures

Table 30 - Administrative Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

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

Table 32 - State Share of Administrative Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

Table 33 - Non-IV-D Costs for Five Fiscal Years

Functional Costs

Table 34 - ADP Expenditures for Five Fiscal Years

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

Fees

Table 36 - Fees and Costs Recovered, FY 2004

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 of 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 at the End of the Fiscal Year for Five Fiscal Years

Table 43 - Total Caseload for Five Fiscal Years

Table 44 Total Caseload by Current Assistance for Five Fiscal Years

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

Table 46 - Total Caseload by Never Assistance for Five Fiscal Years

Orders Established

Table 47 - Total Cases with Orders Established for Five Fiscal Years

Table 48 - Cases with Orders Established by Current, Former, and Never Assistance, FY 2004

Paternities

Table 49 - Total Number of Paternities Established or Acknowledged for Five Fiscal Years

Table 50 - Out-Of-Wedlock Births and Paternity Establishment, FY 2003 and 2004

Services Provided

Table 51 - IV-A Cases Closed Where a Child Support Payment Was Received for Five Fiscal Years

Table 52 - Number of Support Orders Established During the Fiscal Year for Five Fiscal Years

Table 53 - Number of CSE Cases in Which a Collection Was Made on an Obligation for Five Fiscal Years

Table 54 - Cases Sent to Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Table 55 - Cases Received from Another State for Five Fiscal Years

Services Required

Table 56 - Cases Requiring Services to Establish an Order for Five Fiscal Years

Table 57 - Children Requiring Paternity Determination Services for Five Fiscal Years

Staff

Table 58 - Full-Time Equivalent Staff by State and Local Government, Cooperation-Agreements, and Privatized Offices, FY 2003 and FY 2004

Table 59 - Total Full-Time Equivalent Staff for Five Fiscal Years

Table 60 - Costs and Staff Associated with the Central Office of Child Support Enforcement for Five Fiscal Years

Current Support

Table 61 - Amount of Current Support Due for Five Fiscal Years

Table 62 - Amount of Support Distributed as Current Support for Five Fiscal Years

Arrears

Table 63 - Total Amount of Arrearages Due for Five Fiscal Years

Table 64 - Total Amount of Support Distributed as Arrears for Five Fiscal Years

Table 65 - Certified Federal Offset Caseload and Arrearage Totals, FY 2004

Table 66 - Cases with Arrears Due for Five Fiscal Years

Table 67 - Cases Paying Towards Arrears for Five Fiscal Years

Non-Cooperation and Good Cause

Table 68 - Cases with Determination of Non-Cooperation for Five Fiscal Years

Table 69 - Cases with Good Cause Determinations for Five Fiscal Years

Children

Table 70 - Children with Paternity Resolved for Five Fiscal Years

Table 71 - Total Number of Children for Five Fiscal Years

Federal Parent Locator Service

Table 72 - Tax Offset and Administrative Offset Programs (TANF and Non-TANF Combined), Processing Year 2004

Table 73 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS), FY 2004

Table 74 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS), Processing Year 2004

Table 75 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) National Directory of New Hires (NDNH), FY 2004

Table 76 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Cases in the Federal Case Registry (FCR), FY 2004

Table 77 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) by Participant Type, FY 2004

Table 78 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Unique Persons in the Federal Case Registry (FCR) Matched by Data Type, FY 2004

Table 79 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Net Collections — Federal Offset Program, Processing Year 2004

Table 80 - Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) Number of Offsets — Federal Offset Program, Processing Year 2004


TABLE 1: FINANCIAL OVERVIEW, FY 2003 AND FY 2004
  2003 2004 Percent Change
2002-2003

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

1Medicaid Only category was added to the OCSE-34A form in FY 2004. These collections were previously to be reported in the current assistance category.

2Total 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.

3Collections received and distributed on behalf of children who are receiving Child Support Enforcement services under title IV-D of the Social Security Act, and who are either currently receiving or who have formerly received Medicaid payment under Title XIX of the Social Security Act, but who are not currently receiving and who have never formerly received assistance under either Title IV-A (TANF or AFDC) or Title IV-E (Foster Care) of the Social Security Act.

RC - Reporting Change - Some data are not comparable to the previous year due to changes in reporting requirements.

NA - not available

TOTAL COLLECTIONS $21,176,389,882 $21,861,258,876 3.2%
Current Assistance IV-A and IV-E $1,815,261,394 $1,061,606,027 RC
Former Assistance IV-A and IV-E 8,452,305,462 $8,870,802,263 RC
Never Assistance 10,908,823,026 $10,035,890,746 RC
Medicaid 1 NA $1,892,959,840 RC
Total Assistance Reimbursement 2 $2,114,856,364 $2,073,134,069 -2.0%
State Share $947,442,666 $926,531,170 -2.2%
Federal Share $1,167,413,698 $1,146,602,899 -1.8%
Total Medical Support $98,342,237 $110,586,988 12.5%
Total Payments to Families or Foster Care $18,963,191,281 $19,677,537,819 3.8%
CURRENT ASSISTANCE IV-A AND IV-E COLLECTIONS $1,815,261,394 $1,061,606,027 RC
Assistance Reimbursement $957,868,488 $914,113,344 RC
Medical Support $20,148,859 $11,839,789 RC
Payments to Families or Foster Care $837,244,047 $135,652,894 RC
FORMER ASSISTANCE IV-A AND IV-E COLLECTIONS $8,452,305,462 $8,870,802,263 RC
Assistance Reimbursement $1,156,987,876 $1,159,020,725 RC
Medical Support $56,716,916 $65,005,483 RC
Payments to Families or Foster Care $7,238,600,670 $7,646,776,055 RC
NEVER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS 10,908,823,026 $10,035,890,746 RC
Medical Support $21,476,462 $18,364,254 RC
Payments to Families or Foster Care $10,887,346,554 $10,017,526,492 RC
MEDICAID NEVER ASSISTANCE COLLECTION 3 NA $1,892,959,840 RC
Medical Support NA $15,377,462 RC
Payments to Families or Foster Care NA $1,877,582,378 RC
ESTIMATED INCENTIVE PAYMENTS $356,379,012 $360,856,163 1.3%
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES $5,215,708,370 $5,322,261,132 2.0%
Federal Share $3,450,232,098 $3,519,436,701 2.0%
State Share $1,765,476,272 $1,802,824,431 2.1%
TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS $-3,100,852,006 $-3,249,127,063 4.8%
Federal Share $-2,639,197,408 $-2,733,689,965 3.6%
State Share $-461,654,598 $-515,437,098 11.6%
COST EFFECTIVENESS $4.32 $4.38 0.06

 

TABLE 2: STATISTICAL OVERVIEW, FY 2003 AND FY 2004
  2003 2004 Percent or Percentage
Point Change
2003 - 2004

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.

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

TOTAL IV-D CASELOAD 1 15,923,353 15,854,475 -0.4%
Current Assistance 2,759,291 2,628,214 -4.8%
Former Assistance 7,371,641 7,281,092 -1.2%
Never Assistance 5,792,421 5,945,169 2.6%
CASES OPEN (line 1) 15,873,322 15,803,921 -0.4%
Current Assistance 2,743,460 2,613,428 -4.7%
Former Assistance 7,346,247 7,254,042 -1.3%
Never Assistance 5,783,615 5,936,451 2.6%
CASES WITH NO JURISDICTION (line 3) 50,031 50,554 1.0%
Current Assistance 15,831 14,786 -6.6%
Former Assistance 25,394 27,050 6.5%
Never Assistance 8,806 8,718 -1.0%
NUMBER OF CHILDREN 17,595,222 17,289,695 -1.7%
TOTAL CASES WITH COLLECTIONS 7,982,311 8,133,646 1.9%
Current Assistance 804,450 781,188 -2.9%
Former Assistance 3,817,797 3,852,255 0.9%
Never Assistance 3,360,064 3,500,203 4.2%
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WITH COLLECTIONS 50.3 51.5 1.2
Current Assistance 29.3 29.9 0.6
Former Assistance 52.0 53.1 1.1
Never Assistance 58.1 59.0 0.9
TOTAL CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED 11,471,374 11,753,603 2.5%
Current Assistance 1,402,186 1,383,683 -1.3%
Former Assistance 5,769,503 5,862,436 1.6%
Never Assistance 4,299,685 4,507,484 4.8%
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED 72.3 74.4 2.1
Current Assistance 51.1 52.9 1.8
Former Assistance 78.5 80.8 2.3
Never Assistance 74.3 75.9 1.6
TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF CASES WITH COLLECTIONS TO CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED 69.6 69.2 -0.4
Current Assistance 57.4 56.5 -0.9
Former Assistance 66.2 65.7 -0.5
Never Assistance 78.1 77.7 -0.5
TOTAL PATERNITIES ESTABLISHED OR ACKNOWLEDGED 1,524,569 1,606,303 5.4%
IV-D Paternities Established or Acknowledged 2 662,526 691,554 4.4%
State In-Hospital and Other Paternities Acknowledged 3 862,043 914,749 6.1%
TOTAL SUPPORT ORDERS ESTABLISHED 1,161,206 1,181,012 1.7%
Current Assistance 235,284 241,627 2.7%
Former Assistance 409,378 413,231 0.9%
Never Assistance 516,544 526,154 1.9%
FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 60,756 60,354 -0.7%

 

TABLE 3: TOTAL DISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 8 G.

ALABAMA $192,136,827 $200,240,037 $210,793,885 $223,267,646 $226,484,276
ALASKA 71,101,719 77,905,418 81,297,436 79,349,491 82,112,657
ARIZONA 196,761,640 212,384,196 229,628,128 233,501,240 247,704,782
ARKANSAS 120,493,465 122,150,043 128,845,269 135,345,918 144,740,929
CALIFORNIA 2,059,472,938 1,987,761,937 1,761,395,793 2,132,041,944 2,177,842,511
COLORADO 176,120,256 189,729,840 202,513,277 203,110,443 217,200,793
CONNECTICUT 190,849,231 202,950,268 216,686,470 222,361,658 226,642,739
DELAWARE 49,010,326 53,405,899 59,507,990 61,504,137 63,647,137
DIST. OF COL. 35,029,816 37,760,166 40,543,493 44,314,143 44,704,165
FLORIDA 648,007,202 700,413,455 803,427,506 891,001,252 982,706,031
GEORGIA 361,895,069 383,496,014 415,190,279 453,672,698 465,376,601
GUAM 7,701,905 7,451,417 7,923,440 8,320,588 8,708,844
HAWAII 66,547,674 69,349,488 73,490,476 75,708,133 80,829,473
IDAHO 75,069,124 87,410,927 95,669,488 103,072,584 110,889,809
ILLINOIS 361,276,437 424,100,350 460,100,983 471,037,130 511,215,349
INDIANA 366,155,285 366,781,739 430,195,033 417,099,068 442,638,880
IOWA 218,721,976 236,936,971 255,489,996 269,972,715 280,399,263
KANSAS 139,181,584 127,176,292 134,192,271 139,250,242 142,711,660
KENTUCKY 226,432,656 248,957,397 280,917,646 281,178,623 322,100,896
LOUISIANA 213,901,350 233,491,509 260,352,264 273,010,342 279,621,377
MAINE 89,399,356 95,101,117 96,058,639 97,605,371 99,549,245
MARYLAND 367,930,051 379,403,201 396,325,538 409,232,429 427,575,362
MASSACHUSETTS 318,570,247 363,060,179 402,684,665 425,091,556 439,874,829
MICHIGAN 1,347,410,776 1,385,225,776 1,443,730,382 1,403,936,116 1,414,387,902
MINNESOTA 477,367,932 512,122,192 537,089,362 558,574,634 567,377,338
MISSISSIPPI 144,398,420 158,091,621 169,034,476 175,065,417 182,008,930
MISSOURI 338,989,078 372,654,718 410,866,655 432,993,219 449,718,615
MONTANA 40,751,932 41,027,136 43,450,853 44,285,363 45,000,554
NEBRASKA 142,451,583 159,886,802 143,218,162 146,714,458 153,576,166
NEVADA 79,309,062 84,050,142 91,416,297 99,633,371 107,714,631
NEW HAMPSHIRE 71,390,460 73,225,761 76,021,041 79,516,774 79,608,466
NEW JERSEY 679,194,346 724,682,527 774,655,477 815,021,270 861,917,778
NEW MEXICO 39,542,994 43,594,822 51,872,707 59,810,895 66,398,704
NEW YORK 1,101,981,677 1,148,800,884 1,289,224,609 1,341,103,958 1,312,113,067
NORTH CAROLINA 395,597,968 430,346,008 468,742,468 496,092,172 527,372,864
NORTH DAKOTA 41,828,314 47,628,668 50,844,528 54,533,409 57,670,079
OHIO 1,411,208,969 1,461,376,935 1,617,586,413 1,566,112,907 1,636,418,913
OKLAHOMA 107,182,337 116,245,538 131,791,800 142,434,428 154,022,936
OREGON 248,205,633 271,048,814 275,879,302 289,028,485 298,280,030
PENNSYLVANIA 1,167,422,477 1,252,202,021 1,331,920,478 1,356,655,545 1,370,957,279
PUERTO RICO 182,840,956 195,882,360 211,582,627 232,315,190 240,504,748
RHODE ISLAND 48,445,775 48,928,336 53,269,669 52,544,957 54,654,636
SOUTH CAROLINA 188,234,179 208,155,682 224,346,732 232,500,299 235,648,240
SOUTH DAKOTA 43,519,157 47,463,266 50,621,425 52,514,697 55,767,437
TENNESSEE 248,195,435 276,337,064 318,253,081 353,682,826 382,290,366
TEXAS 964,935,244 1,174,224,930 1,346,898,110 1,507,375,863 1,502,575,692
UTAH 118,099,773 127,370,896 133,052,785 137,108,429 140,596,546
VERMONT 38,738,022 40,697,472 41,502,260 42,210,431 48,680,441
VIRGIN ISLANDS 7,533,124 7,171,741 7,184,209 7,602,225 8,483,034
VIRGINIA 347,763,838 403,164,627 436,704,128 467,452,194 495,051,082
WASHINGTON 548,674,852 572,902,624 590,896,606 597,257,719 591,198,936
WEST VIRGINIA 120,349,180 137,233,085 151,193,843 157,061,989 158,469,493
WISCONSIN 569,045,649 583,722,322 574,178,130 577,846,759 588,915,411
WYOMING 41,896,246 44,714,476 46,608,491 47,354,532 48,600,954
TOTALS $17,854,271,522 $18,957,597,106 $20,136,867,071 $21,176,389,882 $21,861,258,876

 

TABLE 4: DISTRIBUTED CURRENT ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS 1 FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

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

ALABAMA $12,231,702 $13,358,810 $13,024,668 $12,255,589 $2,797,588
ALASKA 6,833,822 6,312,634 6,676,478 5,458,549 5,097,986
ARIZONA 8,540,425 9,254,716 11,453,708 13,226,616 14,095,544
ARKANSAS 4,399,332 4,205,123 11,376,906 36,673,323 3,913,748
CALIFORNIA 347,112,620 307,286,201 253,545,441 297,034,757 298,124,396
COLORADO 19,759,441 16,750,336 16,452,230 15,559,040 13,319,335
CONNECTICUT 22,023,250 32,102,461 34,505,914 35,579,918 20,449,078
DELAWARE 3,365,219 6,227,836 3,982,784 3,789,225 3,554,266
DIST. OF COL. 3,199,989 2,934,445 2,927,355 3,069,055 3,270,144
FLORIDA 24,258,623 23,127,317 255,522,141 296,486,563 39,080,625
GEORGIA 27,469,150 28,138,126 31,844,731 32,485,752 21,570,610
GUAM 1,306,447 1,205,662 1,211,820 1,232,707 1,136,672
HAWAII 7,225,633 7,604,804 6,256,540 5,139,844 5,061,743
IDAHO 748,638 925,732 994,155 1,256,398 1,446,143
ILLINOIS 81,333,731 42,917,981 18,961,393 14,635,632 11,491,388
INDIANA 21,936,142 11,639,313 13,917,819 14,850,428 11,085,681
IOWA 16,012,283 24,026,521 66,947,952 75,189,163 15,374,637
KANSAS 9,150,645 6,726,069 7,934,865 9,512,800 9,481,200
KENTUCKY 15,489,795 17,798,241 17,294,335 16,929,158 16,452,572
LOUISIANA 6,501,620 6,528,736 7,333,281 8,157,610 7,203,787
MAINE 24,248,837 17,406,736 16,194,613 16,845,765 16,287,431
MARYLAND 10,602,064 10,381,678 9,905,370 10,107,903 10,072,609
MASSACHUSETTS 38,763,540 36,599,093 28,172,054 27,077,203 25,356,699
MICHIGAN 49,937,420 29,756,341 55,362,231 55,629,979 41,807,260
MINNESOTA 28,794,233 29,929,617 32,631,530 31,797,464 29,686,105
MISSISSIPPI 4,232,933 4,306,982 4,594,992 4,963,881 4,268,474
MISSOURI 23,188,350 21,218,578 22,395,311 20,370,456 19,064,772
MONTANA 2,686,316 2,498,257 3,033,699 3,224,550 2,425,227
NEBRASKA 6,881,979 8,778,753 10,493,336 9,600,540 5,715,932
NEVADA 4,104,074 2,008,149 2,566,505 2,662,245 2,339,902
NEW HAMPSHIRE 6,331,389 5,503,775 5,917,891 5,810,788 5,161,849
NEW JERSEY 33,036,275 31,037,634 30,700,457 30,165,738 30,736,447
NEW MEXICO 4,867,663 3,666,761 3,543,151 3,453,929 3,486,280
NEW YORK 126,271,193 109,671,245 86,898,853 68,709,311 55,400,065
NORTH CAROLINA 21,714,898 20,572,713 20,257,016 19,133,220 17,730,190
NORTH DAKOTA 1,491,140 1,943,504 2,032,084 2,312,779 2,214,306
OHIO 52,362,970 25,123,131 30,261,650 28,755,797 30,721,660
OKLAHOMA 11,587,595 7,184,062 5,545,063 5,645,059 4,967,171
OREGON 22,940,519 22,087,898 14,962,303 12,704,953 10,786,704
PENNSYLVANIA 57,354,522 60,255,860 59,207,333 54,349,595 56,550,227
PUERTO RICO 2,333,234 1,866,596 1,706,327 1,607,983 1,421,548
RHODE ISLAND 13,972,776 12,322,164 11,724,497 10,892,710 10,063,161
SOUTH CAROLINA 8,114,829 7,551,733 9,686,360 10,299,534 9,226,665
SOUTH DAKOTA 13,890,904 16,582,211 19,416,871 21,138,445 1,450,378
TENNESSEE 23,009,828 28,010,221 35,020,706 42,658,397 47,720,623
TEXAS 32,523,907 35,710,999 122,247,745 148,593,476 23,666,833
UTAH 7,099,360 9,607,155 10,268,429 11,015,363 9,220,908
VERMONT 7,598,886 6,604,784 4,034,064 3,424,299 5,025,698
VIRGIN ISLANDS 811,966 503,161 906,879 105,351 86,708
VIRGINIA 16,923,027 123,848,872 134,405,095 144,434,765 22,815,506
WASHINGTON 35,172,033 32,941,484 32,766,901 32,103,190 30,594,500
WEST VIRGINIA 12,903,233 41,038,988 61,941,547 63,432,324 7,273,964
WISCONSIN 9,243,388 9,190,827 10,809,699 13,424,959 13,882,680
WYOMING 186,243 285,206 306,342 287,316 370,402
TOTALS $1,354,080,031 $1,345,066,232 $1,682,081,420 $1,815,261,394 $1,061,606,027

 

TABLE 5: DISTRIBUTED FORMER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 C. Beginning in FY 2004 line 8 C + D.

NA - Not Available

ALABAMA $72,347,165 $72,035,415 $72,569,929 $73,829,606 $90,254,553
ALASKA 35,121,777 39,900,875 41,607,301 40,970,589 41,085,144
ARIZONA 123,408,925 133,167,342 142,193,163 142,233,961 149,339,440
ARKANSAS 44,195,640 44,932,762 77,399,861 39,089,597 55,486,297
CALIFORNIA 1,016,557,358 1,117,489,750 1,067,582,921 1,074,730,570 1,136,097,817
COLORADO 74,028,220 84,696,158 99,683,496 95,115,151 97,524,587
CONNECTICUT 114,980,030 126,297,466 136,160,356 139,137,512 132,192,471
DELAWARE 26,445,908 26,949,277 27,729,988 27,668,135 25,768,765
DIST. OF COL. 9,816,574 12,748,806 16,194,540 23,727,716 15,277,113
FLORIDA 406,279,653 440,300,832 304,068,512 307,931,997 527,649,528
GEORGIA 175,321,577 183,092,330 196,158,546 213,736,403 228,602,828
GUAM 1,829,840 1,851,120 2,145,330 2,495,178 1,900,578
HAWAII 26,019,125 29,574,608 32,674,485 33,581,033 37,212,043
IDAHO 31,312,369 32,624,822 32,280,917 31,452,633 30,844,982
ILLINOIS 279,942,706 141,857,572 123,452,123 89,890,606 192,139,158
INDIANA 11,189,159 53,143,565 70,500,055 78,347,528 91,483,798
IOWA 131,554,037 138,253,152 106,556,682 106,124,069 145,182,357
KANSAS 82,919,826 62,374,614 73,085,432 75,019,650 75,864,846
KENTUCKY 104,304,388 204,494,296 258,822,157 262,556,712 202,302,790
LOUISIANA 107,801,325 116,693,225 129,514,713 132,649,091 134,216,825
MAINE 43,596,396 53,578,907 53,065,332 52,585,598 53,395,816
MARYLAND 100,250,084 145,942,863 161,039,537 172,365,789 96,578,692
MASSACHUSETTS 158,408,138 179,143,313 197,133,469 198,263,881 203,471,075
MICHIGAN 387,738,845 458,550,588 469,543,127 467,502,520 440,842,933
MINNESOTA 229,498,670 259,601,588 265,493,680 276,487,521 276,512,734
MISSISSIPPI 47,936,389 51,361,595 53,296,956 53,833,066 56,155,002
MISSOURI 132,411,758 118,244,714 129,461,656 134,291,363 188,932,843
MONTANA 19,660,842 20,844,404 23,141,898 23,089,315 23,807,415
NEBRASKA 52,404,028 62,302,723 54,021,705 55,942,412 59,627,063
NEVADA 9,419,113 16,392,691 19,622,135 23,864,347 25,917,808
NEW HAMPSHIRE 29,540,359 30,725,205 31,834,283 34,888,333 34,850,132
NEW JERSEY 218,554,811 233,541,362 247,229,256 252,069,725 246,065,789
NEW MEXICO 19,156,147 21,644,210 26,733,395 31,378,078 34,562,176
NEW YORK 443,493,497 471,556,831 529,021,884 525,548,018 480,456,805
NORTH CAROLINA 225,857,814 247,799,483 264,244,146 275,387,905 288,764,131
NORTH DAKOTA 12,754,926 15,166,847 15,347,345 16,811,708 20,437,427
OHIO 184,258,108 381,173,196 431,788,003 439,628,767 471,087,778
OKLAHOMA 72,104,391 59,944,738 68,803,905 70,655,731 76,652,265
OREGON 117,104,710 130,053,840 108,347,032 100,424,802 100,250,636
PENNSYLVANIA 290,790,327 340,594,694 362,247,867 362,626,204 343,132,731
PUERTO RICO 4,708,139 5,494,121 6,545,414 8,145,166 8,611,905
RHODE ISLAND 26,265,261 28,000,098 31,559,905 31,180,085 32,850,456
SOUTH CAROLINA 24,475,614 26,545,995 26,816,526 31,553,121 32,015,722
SOUTH DAKOTA 19,172,707 20,052,368 19,926,629 20,127,439 31,759,276
TENNESSEE 104,366,452 115,070,727 131,018,507 142,966,579 153,290,273
TEXAS 434,961,220 509,657,420 674,614,805 727,326,889 642,130,969
UTAH 47,074,026 49,604,013 49,385,052 76,035,037 87,312,663
VERMONT 20,288,867 21,734,255 23,985,044 24,245,193 28,791,812
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA 352,967 720,699 936,212
VIRGINIA 124,720,329 86,237,482 91,629,093 89,719,189 154,458,411
WASHINGTON 265,202,995 276,671,344 278,653,310 274,999,949 266,850,618
WEST VIRGINIA 31,823,664 40,222,201 42,560,044 48,052,841 71,566,690
WISCONSIN 329,657,829 337,681,065 376,563,504 397,213,541 406,952,432
WYOMING 22,490,704 23,073,442 22,996,109 22,086,914 21,347,653
TOTALS $7,125,522,762 $7,900,686,310 $8,298,404,027 $8,452,305,462 $8,870,802,263

 

TABLE 6: DISTRIBUTED NEVER ASSISTANCE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 D. Beginning in FY 2004 line 8 F.

ALABAMA $107,557,960 $114,845,812 $125,199,288 $137,182,451 $133,426,767
ALASKA 29,146,120 31,691,909 33,013,657 32,920,353 35,800,891
ARIZONA 64,812,290 69,962,138 75,981,257 78,040,663 83,852,059
ARKANSAS 71,898,493 73,012,158 40,068,502 59,582,998 42,868,495
CALIFORNIA 695,802,960 562,985,986 440,267,431 760,276,617 638,915,505
COLORADO 82,332,595 88,283,346 86,377,551 92,436,252 101,502,900
CONNECTICUT 53,845,951 44,550,341 46,020,200 47,644,228 47,738,784
DELAWARE 19,199,199 20,228,786 27,795,218 30,046,777 28,270,400
DIST. OF COL. 22,013,253 22,076,915 21,421,598 17,517,372 18,667,836
FLORIDA 217,468,926 236,985,306 243,836,853 286,582,692 144,954,161
GEORGIA 159,104,342 172,265,558 187,187,002 207,450,543 153,326,327
GUAM 4,565,618 4,394,635 4,566,290 4,592,703 5,671,594
HAWAII 33,302,916 32,170,076 34,559,451 36,987,256 37,233,713
IDAHO 43,008,117 53,860,373 62,394,416 70,363,553 61,524,902
ILLINOIS 0 239,324,797 317,687,467 366,510,892 307,584,803
INDIANA 333,029,984 301,998,861 345,777,159 323,901,112 340,069,401
IOWA 71,155,656 74,657,298 81,985,362 88,659,483 62,126,448
KANSAS 47,111,113 58,075,609 53,171,974 54,717,792 27,061,896
KENTUCKY 106,638,473 26,664,860 4,801,154 1,692,753 75,842,774
LOUISIANA 99,598,405 110,269,548 123,504,270 132,203,641 120,605,040
MAINE 21,554,123 24,115,474 26,798,694 28,174,008 26,483,431
MARYLAND 257,077,903 223,078,660 225,380,631 226,758,737 320,924,061
MASSACHUSETTS 121,398,569 147,317,773 177,379,142 199,750,472 209,034,443
MICHIGAN 909,734,511 896,918,847 918,825,024 880,803,617 659,624,618
MINNESOTA 219,075,029 222,590,987 238,964,152 250,289,649 206,514,539
MISSISSIPPI 92,229,098 102,423,044 111,142,528 116,268,470 99,394,591
MISSOURI 183,388,970 233,191,426 259,009,688 278,331,400 133,732,505
MONTANA 18,404,774 17,684,475 17,275,256 17,971,498 17,556,138
NEBRASKA 83,165,576 88,805,326 78,703,121 81,171,506 41,439,302
NEVADA 65,785,875 65,649,302 69,227,657 73,106,779 77,526,825
NEW HAMPSHIRE 35,518,712 36,996,781 38,268,867 38,817,653 39,596,485
NEW JERSEY 427,603,260 460,103,531 496,725,764 532,785,807 585,115,542
NEW MEXICO 15,519,184 18,283,851 21,596,161 24,978,888 23,120,038
NEW YORK 532,216,987 567,572,808 673,303,872 746,846,629 764,184,342
NORTH CAROLINA 148,025,256 161,973,812 184,241,306 201,571,047 166,131,311
NORTH DAKOTA 27,582,248 30,518,317 33,465,099 35,408,922 14,921,901
OHIO 1,174,587,891 1,055,080,608 1,155,536,760 1,097,728,343 1,024,175,631
OKLAHOMA 23,490,351 49,116,738 57,442,832 66,133,638 37,875,587
OREGON 108,160,404 118,907,076 152,569,967 175,898,730 172,351,959
PENNSYLVANIA 819,277,628 851,351,467 910,465,278 939,679,746 971,274,321
PUERTO RICO 175,799,583 188,521,643 203,330,886 222,562,041 230,471,295
RHODE ISLAND 8,207,738 8,606,074 9,985,267 10,472,162 8,872,471
SOUTH CAROLINA 155,643,736 174,057,954 187,843,846 190,647,644 194,405,853
SOUTH DAKOTA 10,455,546 10,828,687 11,277,925 11,248,813 13,841,118
TENNESSEE 120,819,155 133,256,116 152,213,868 168,057,850 178,429,308
TEXAS 497,450,117 628,856,511 550,035,560 631,455,498 563,580,830
UTAH 63,926,387 68,159,728 73,399,304 50,058,029 17,725,701
VERMONT 10,850,269 12,358,433 13,483,152 14,540,939 13,437,163
VIRGIN ISLANDS 6,721,158 6,668,580 5,924,363 6,776,175 7,458,335
VIRGINIA 206,120,482 193,078,273 210,669,940 233,298,240 265,929,437
WASHINGTON 248,299,824 263,289,796 279,476,395 290,154,580 255,509,815
WEST VIRGINIA 75,622,283 55,971,896 46,692,252 45,576,824 44,772,053
WISCONSIN 230,144,432 236,850,430 186,804,927 167,208,259 164,788,529
WYOMING 19,219,298 21,355,828 23,306,040 24,980,302 18,646,572
TOTALS $9,374,668,728 $9,711,844,564 $10,156,381,624 $10,908,823,026 $10,035,890,746

 

TABLE 7: DISTRIBUTED TANF/FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 (A+B) + line 7a C. Beginning in FY 2004 line 8 (A+B) + line 7a (C+D).
ALABAMA $12,299,023 $13,407,464 $13,070,953 $12,310,721 $8,458,707
ALASKA 16,892,594 17,449,991 16,452,343 16,092,505 15,239,101
ARIZONA 26,352,856 24,748,562 28,509,842 27,643,984 29,092,285
ARKANSAS 10,131,870 9,729,977 15,741,586 40,312,621 6,964,762
CALIFORNIA 750,717,372 695,488,696 582,988,895 634,613,021 625,003,898
COLORADO 30,192,919 25,564,337 24,836,128 23,265,732 21,824,858
CONNECTICUT 49,972,672 59,476,753 63,140,625 62,082,366 45,930,083
DELAWARE 7,181,976 9,750,595 7,169,614 6,812,164 6,329,047
DIST. OF COL. 4,498,173 4,271,870 4,737,603 5,193,572 5,409,026
FLORIDA 75,246,779 69,741,213 296,477,106 336,382,801 78,841,911
GEORGIA 43,828,552 41,404,893 43,164,775 44,219,189 39,583,413
GUAM 1,369,273 1,277,846 1,583,590 1,615,247 1,380,921
HAWAII 11,709,742 12,612,151 12,248,433 10,489,741 10,813,747
IDAHO 4,317,033 4,504,154 4,322,906 4,191,037 4,127,346
ILLINOIS 81,333,731 55,965,762 49,700,941 41,676,468 35,029,538
INDIANA 24,162,170 23,664,093 27,824,470 31,436,429 24,975,981
IOWA 43,711,127 50,909,642 87,456,333 95,343,557 38,955,150
KANSAS 28,151,417 16,530,153 20,025,764 21,533,413 20,359,956
KENTUCKY 33,507,796 34,364,821 35,734,880 32,324,467 33,506,785
LOUISIANA 16,443,934 17,551,900 17,906,938 17,368,413 15,812,640
MAINE 34,041,771 33,320,437 29,995,734 29,417,641 28,587,335
MARYLAND 25,310,057 22,364,732 21,567,764 21,047,658 20,327,294
MASSACHUSETTS 46,690,737 44,148,416 47,128,826 45,285,263 42,778,472
MICHIGAN 130,035,891 96,577,009 140,231,850 119,747,102 105,602,755
MINNESOTA 56,704,024 55,827,990 57,196,977 58,974,374 55,109,655
MISSISSIPPI 8,320,790 8,230,646 8,277,905 8,143,992 7,374,491
MISSOURI 46,755,784 46,261,137 50,901,728 45,675,281 41,716,124
MONTANA 5,737,782 5,115,717 5,852,920 6,136,508 5,342,046
NEBRASKA 11,993,259 15,542,507 15,126,677 13,480,624 9,919,556
NEVADA 8,432,493 6,094,051 6,176,779 6,612,294 6,708,981
NEW HAMPSHIRE 9,451,700 8,149,455 8,472,104 10,769,956 8,964,214
NEW JERSEY 65,688,342 63,410,606 63,336,873 60,489,944 58,770,101
NEW MEXICO 7,859,138 7,728,252 8,947,173 9,021,232 9,739,570
NEW YORK 193,062,787 179,339,460 168,267,753 141,406,689 122,191,116
NORTH CAROLINA 44,912,414 42,511,100 41,289,171 38,421,597 37,112,995
NORTH DAKOTA 4,252,837 5,597,671 5,361,060 5,788,315 5,710,140
OHIO 99,524,653 82,082,514 79,975,326 73,905,681 77,345,466
OKLAHOMA 20,016,128 19,922,193 20,005,757 19,825,778 18,966,025
OREGON 22,940,519 22,087,898 25,350,822 24,713,023 23,098,031
PENNSYLVANIA 95,291,974 98,932,246 98,729,901 94,051,598 96,160,734
PUERTO RICO 2,740,130 2,359,269 2,187,325 2,247,284 2,030,720
RHODE ISLAND 17,021,400 15,760,357 14,953,362 14,017,269 13,075,299
SOUTH CAROLINA 13,421,742 13,117,847 14,027,122 13,571,443 12,420,345
SOUTH DAKOTA 16,432,814 18,810,099 21,363,037 22,650,100 4,180,891
TENNESSEE 31,331,974 37,701,095 45,919,503 53,289,778 59,120,268
TEXAS 82,397,711 102,579,373 174,469,207 199,122,727 83,241,380
UTAH 19,236,492 21,282,202 20,818,545 20,493,898 18,016,722
VERMONT 8,800,878 7,900,909 6,272,797 5,647,286 11,522,976
VIRGIN ISLANDS 811,966 503,161 941,382 270,481 229,657
VIRGINIA 36,410,396 138,520,360 148,070,621 158,385,159 43,793,760
WASHINGTON 92,665,822 88,449,909 84,776,087 80,231,050 74,463,573
WEST VIRGINIA 16,134,468 44,986,945 66,009,416 67,281,016 12,566,648
WISCONSIN 43,234,336 44,452,461 34,738,477 34,434,927 34,033,377
WYOMING 3,403,166 3,444,365 3,272,291 2,784,854 2,766,880
TOTALS $2,593,087,384 $2,591,527,262 $2,893,105,997 $2,972,249,270 $2,220,626,752

 

TABLE 8: DISTRIBUTED TANF COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $12,037,845 $13,081,128 $12,814,385 $11,962,934 $8,075,481
ALASKA 16,574,167 16,998,004 15,835,000 15,537,769 13,811,543
ARIZONA 26,298,498 24,712,096 28,487,330 27,610,828 29,070,561
ARKANSAS 9,938,638 9,429,566 15,455,957 40,072,714 6,636,101
CALIFORNIA 736,055,339 679,824,184 566,941,125 615,595,467 595,822,165
COLORADO 29,191,663 24,310,791 23,628,421 21,886,027 20,421,021
CONNECTICUT 49,273,820 58,549,236 62,040,024 61,004,218 44,724,895
DELAWARE 7,088,250 9,678,214 6,936,324 6,547,542 6,051,607
DIST. OF COL. 4,493,467 4,232,870 4,703,342 5,093,648 5,285,068
FLORIDA 74,546,750 69,021,644 296,446,262 336,235,124 77,901,103
GEORGIA 42,665,090 40,091,267 41,700,268 42,615,892 37,985,186
GUAM 1,369,273 1,277,846 1,583,590 1,615,247 1,380,921
HAWAII 11,601,984 12,437,509 12,011,817 10,161,323 10,407,813
IDAHO 4,230,692 4,392,989 4,175,259 4,034,453 3,721,297
ILLINOIS 81,333,731 55,965,762 48,591,752 41,173,281 33,985,529
INDIANA 24,046,015 23,353,508 27,447,748 30,901,275 24,689,331
IOWA 42,386,123 48,774,826 85,646,119 93,898,214 37,612,635
KANSAS 26,391,916 15,407,682 19,064,853 20,064,779 19,284,326
KENTUCKY 32,609,979 33,196,076 34,174,073 30,683,592 31,417,295
LOUISIANA 16,157,142 17,287,648 17,595,999 16,911,475 15,074,477
MAINE 33,071,409 32,189,623 28,702,151 28,037,863 27,146,594
MARYLAND 24,380,720 21,273,218 20,869,060 20,369,530 19,526,332
MASSACHUSETTS 46,327,268 43,972,647 46,088,315 44,772,734 42,398,536
MICHIGAN 129,097,574 95,443,416 138,877,971 118,069,024 103,239,749
MINNESOTA 55,394,411 54,523,278 56,045,217 57,964,819 53,660,647
MISSISSIPPI 8,090,189 7,988,888 8,044,064 7,961,659 7,222,502
MISSOURI 44,930,751 44,104,812 48,429,689 43,638,169 39,220,882
MONTANA 5,501,303 4,892,651 5,641,698 5,977,323 5,139,088
NEBRASKA 11,595,452 14,946,060 11,477,860 10,335,755 9,816,118
NEVADA 8,333,224 5,909,349 5,929,114 6,385,693 6,498,848
NEW HAMPSHIRE 9,111,159 7,917,820 8,202,914 10,462,571 8,634,547
NEW JERSEY 63,823,432 61,431,801 61,109,093 58,213,037 55,989,614
NEW MEXICO 7,857,817 7,727,134 8,946,513 9,020,620 9,738,570
NEW YORK 186,985,819 172,580,848 158,509,297 133,514,112 117,986,015
NORTH CAROLINA 43,899,623 41,276,354 40,047,606 37,241,697 35,345,256
NORTH DAKOTA 4,060,034 5,313,061 5,112,946 5,504,577 5,255,291
OHIO 98,747,555 81,403,521 79,098,539 72,932,031 76,348,663
OKLAHOMA 19,248,113 19,012,137 18,463,155 18,200,372 17,331,749
OREGON 21,774,680 20,792,757 24,120,609 23,281,687 21,529,786
PENNSYLVANIA 82,868,297 84,759,873 84,624,274 80,441,986 84,178,424
PUERTO RICO 2,740,130 2,354,843 2,172,966 2,208,407 1,987,393
RHODE ISLAND 17,021,800 15,784,188 14,953,362 14,017,269 13,075,299
SOUTH CAROLINA 13,123,011 12,784,545 13,637,355 13,203,864 12,108,434
SOUTH DAKOTA 16,364,543 18,749,127 21,287,661 22,547,465 3,932,047
TENNESSEE 30,598,097 37,083,838 45,083,999 52,102,185 57,620,466
TEXAS 81,947,353 102,044,598 173,712,597 198,295,218 82,298,137
UTAH 18,430,452 20,390,596 20,115,233 19,830,463 16,943,466
VERMONT 8,567,419 7,733,390 6,106,410 5,465,166 11,282,980
VIRGIN ISLANDS 811,966 503,161 941,382 270,481 229,657
VIRGINIA 35,120,444 137,017,082 146,512,713 156,237,584 41,475,793
WASHINGTON 91,874,020 87,649,925 83,987,262 79,551,103 73,508,747
WEST VIRGINIA 16,088,877 44,910,405 65,933,754 67,190,660 12,337,608
WISCONSIN 41,014,460 42,399,898 32,218,511 31,452,047 31,326,031
WYOMING 3,313,769 3,354,311 3,181,307 2,675,504 2,508,312
TOTALS $2,530,405,553 $2,522,242,001 $2,813,464,245 $2,890,978,477 $2,130,199,936

 

TABLE 9: DISTRIBUTED FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 8 B. Beginning in FY 2004 8 B + 7a D

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA $261,178 $326,336 $256,568 $347,787 $383,226
ALASKA 318,427 451,987 617,343 554,736 1,427,558
ARIZONA 54,358 36,466 22,512 33,156 21,724
ARKANSAS 193,232 300,411 285,629 239,907 328,661
CALIFORNIA 14,662,033 15,664,512 16,047,770 19,017,554 29,181,733
COLORADO 1,001,256 1,253,546 1,207,707 1,379,705 1,403,837
CONNECTICUT 698,852 927,517 1,100,601 1,078,148 1,205,188
DELAWARE 93,726 72,381 233,290 264,622 277,440
DIST. OF COL. 4,706 39,000 34,261 99,924 123,958
FLORIDA 700,029 719,569 30,844 147,677 940,808
GEORGIA 1,163,462 1,313,626 1,464,507 1,603,297 1,598,227
GUAM NA NA NA NA NA
HAWAII 107,758 174,642 236,616 328,418 405,934
IDAHO 86,341 111,165 147,647 156,584 406,049
ILLINOIS NA NA 1,109,189 503,187 1,044,009
INDIANA 116,155 310,585 376,722 535,154 286,650
IOWA 1,325,004 2,134,816 1,810,214 1,445,343 1,342,515
KANSAS 1,759,501 1,122,471 960,911 1,468,634 1,075,630
KENTUCKY 897,817 1,168,745 1,560,807 1,640,875 2,089,490
LOUISIANA 286,792 264,252 310,939 456,938 738,163
MAINE 970,362 1,130,814 1,293,583 1,379,778 1,440,741
MARYLAND 929,337 1,091,514 698,704 678,128 800,962
MASSACHUSETTS 363,469 175,769 1,040,511 512,529 379,936
MICHIGAN 938,317 1,133,593 1,353,879 1,678,078 2,363,006
MINNESOTA 1,309,613 1,304,712 1,151,760 1,009,555 1,449,008
MISSISSIPPI 230,601 241,758 233,841 182,333 151,989
MISSOURI 1,825,033 2,156,325 2,472,039 2,037,112 2,495,242
MONTANA 236,479 223,066 211,222 159,185 202,958
NEBRASKA 397,807 596,447 3,648,817 3,144,869 103,438
NEVADA 99,269 184,702 247,665 226,601 210,133
NEW HAMPSHIRE 340,541 231,635 269,190 307,385 329,667
NEW JERSEY 1,864,910 1,978,805 2,227,780 2,276,907 2,780,487
NEW MEXICO 1,321 1,118 660 612 1,000
NEW YORK 6,076,968 6,758,612 9,758,456 7,892,577 4,205,101
NORTH CAROLINA 1,012,791 1,234,746 1,241,565 1,179,900 1,767,739
NORTH DAKOTA 192,803 284,610 248,114 283,738 454,849
OHIO 777,098 678,993 876,787 973,650 996,803
OKLAHOMA 768,015 910,056 1,542,602 1,625,406 1,634,276
OREGON 1,165,839 1,295,141 1,230,213 1,431,336 1,568,245
PENNSYLVANIA 12,423,677 14,172,373 14,105,627 13,609,612 11,982,310
PUERTO RICO NA 4,426 14,359 38,877 43,327
RHODE ISLAND -400 -23,831 NA NA NA
SOUTH CAROLINA 298,731 333,302 389,767 367,579 311,911
SOUTH DAKOTA 68,271 60,972 75,376 102,635 248,844
TENNESSEE 733,877 617,257 835,504 1,187,593 1,499,802
TEXAS 450,358 534,775 756,610 827,509 943,243
UTAH 806,040 891,606 703,312 663,435 1,073,256
VERMONT 233,459 167,519 166,387 182,120 239,996
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA NA NA NA
VIRGINIA 1,289,952 1,503,278 1,557,908 2,147,575 2,317,967
WASHINGTON 791,802 799,984 788,825 679,947 954,826
WEST VIRGINIA 45,591 76,540 75,662 90,356 229,040
WISCONSIN 2,219,876 2,052,563 2,519,966 2,982,880 2,707,346
WYOMING 89,397 90,054 90,984 109,350 258,568
TOTALS $62,681,831 $69,285,261 $79,641,752 $81,270,793 $90,426,816

 

TABLE 10: DISTRIBUTED NON-TANF COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 7b C + 7c C+ 8 D. Beginning in FY 2004 lines 7b (C+D) + 7c (C+D) + 8 (E+F) .
ALABAMA $179,837,804 $186,832,573 $197,722,932 $210,956,925 $218,025,569
ALASKA 54,209,125 60,455,427 64,845,093 63,256,986 66,873,556
ARIZONA 170,408,784 187,635,634 201,118,286 205,857,256 218,612,497
ARKANSAS 110,361,595 112,420,066 113,103,683 95,033,297 137,776,167
CALIFORNIA 1,308,755,566 1,292,273,241 1,178,406,898 1,497,428,923 1,552,838,613
COLORADO 145,927,337 164,165,503 177,677,149 179,844,711 195,375,935
CONNECTICUT 140,876,559 143,473,515 153,545,845 160,279,292 180,712,656
DELAWARE 41,828,350 43,655,304 52,338,376 54,691,973 57,318,090
DIST. OF COL. 30,531,643 33,488,296 35,805,890 39,120,571 39,295,139
FLORIDA 572,760,423 630,672,242 506,950,400 554,618,451 903,864,120
GEORGIA 318,066,517 342,091,121 372,025,504 409,453,509 425,793,188
GUAM 6,332,632 6,173,571 6,339,850 6,705,341 7,327,923
HAWAII 54,837,932 56,737,337 61,242,043 65,218,392 70,015,726
IDAHO 70,752,091 82,906,773 91,346,582 98,881,547 106,762,463
ILLINOIS 279,942,706 368,134,588 410,400,042 429,360,662 476,185,811
INDIANA 341,993,115 343,117,646 402,370,563 385,662,639 417,662,899
IOWA 175,010,849 186,027,329 168,033,663 174,629,158 241,444,113
KANSAS 111,030,167 110,646,139 114,166,507 117,716,829 122,351,704
KENTUCKY 192,924,860 214,592,576 245,182,766 248,854,156 288,594,111
LOUISIANA 197,457,416 215,939,609 242,445,326 255,641,929 263,808,737
MAINE 55,357,585 61,780,680 66,062,905 68,187,730 70,961,910
MARYLAND 342,619,994 357,038,469 374,757,774 388,184,771 407,248,068
MASSACHUSETTS 271,879,510 318,911,763 355,555,839 379,806,293 397,096,357
MICHIGAN 1,217,374,885 1,288,648,767 1,303,498,532 1,284,189,014 1,308,785,147
MINNESOTA 420,663,908 456,294,202 479,892,385 499,600,260 512,267,683
MISSISSIPPI 136,077,630 149,860,975 160,756,571 166,921,425 174,634,439
MISSOURI 292,233,294 326,393,581 359,964,927 387,317,938 408,002,491
MONTANA 35,014,150 35,911,419 37,597,933 38,148,855 39,658,508
NEBRASKA 130,458,324 144,344,295 128,091,485 133,233,834 143,656,610
NEVADA 70,876,569 77,956,091 85,239,518 93,021,077 101,005,650
NEW HAMPSHIRE 61,938,760 65,076,306 67,548,937 68,746,818 70,644,252
NEW JERSEY 613,506,004 661,271,921 711,318,604 754,531,326 803,147,677
NEW MEXICO 31,683,856 35,866,570 42,925,534 50,789,663 56,659,134
NEW YORK 908,918,890 969,461,424 1,120,956,856 1,199,697,269 1,189,921,951
NORTH CAROLINA 350,685,554 387,834,908 427,453,297 457,670,575 490,259,869
NORTH DAKOTA 37,575,477 42,030,997 45,483,468 48,745,094 51,959,939
OHIO 1,311,684,316 1,379,294,421 1,537,611,087 1,492,207,226 1,559,073,447
OKLAHOMA 87,166,209 96,323,345 111,786,043 122,608,650 135,056,911
OREGON 225,265,114 248,960,916 250,528,480 264,315,462 275,181,999
PENNSYLVANIA 1,072,130,503 1,153,269,775 1,233,190,577 1,262,603,947 1,274,796,545
PUERTO RICO 180,100,826 193,523,091 209,395,302 230,067,906 238,474,028
RHODE ISLAND 31,424,375 33,167,979 38,316,307 38,527,688 41,579,337
SOUTH CAROLINA 174,812,437 195,037,835 210,319,610 218,928,856 223,227,895
SOUTH DAKOTA 27,086,343 28,653,167 29,258,388 29,864,597 51,586,546
TENNESSEE 216,863,461 238,635,969 272,333,578 300,393,048 323,170,098
TEXAS 882,537,533 1,071,645,557 1,172,428,903 1,308,253,136 1,419,334,312
UTAH 98,863,281 106,088,694 112,234,240 116,614,531 122,579,824
VERMONT 29,937,144 32,796,563 35,229,463 36,563,145 37,157,465
VIRGIN ISLANDS 6,721,158 6,668,580 6,242,827 7,331,744 8,253,377
VIRGINIA 311,353,442 264,644,267 288,633,507 309,067,035 451,257,322
WASHINGTON 456,009,030 484,452,715 506,120,519 517,026,669 516,735,363
WEST VIRGINIA 104,214,712 92,246,140 85,184,427 89,780,973 145,902,845
WISCONSIN 525,811,313 539,269,863 539,439,653 543,411,832 554,882,034
WYOMING 38,493,079 41,270,111 43,336,200 44,569,678 $45,834,074
TOTALS $15,261,184,137 $16,366,069,846 $17,243,761,074 $18,204,140,612 $19,640,632,124

 

TABLE 11: FEDERAL SHARE OF TANF/FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS 1 FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 12a + 10 B. Beginning in FY 2004 lines 10a G + 10b G 4th quarter.

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 $3,512,861 $5,061,030 $7,699,403 $7,171,380 $4,483,134
ALASKA 6,004,585 6,585,301 8,481,926 8,548,680 8,136,776
ARIZONA 12,986,103 12,435,695 18,165,392 18,073,230 19,050,593
ARKANSAS 4,885,904 4,901,899 5,564,711 5,526,280 4,905,190
CALIFORNIA 301,761,703 272,806,524 275,963,539 302,197,800 303,957,255
COLORADO 8,935,544 6,953,571 12,026,385 11,347,632 10,506,581
CONNECTICUT 17,473,607 18,183,694 24,188,646 21,873,343 20,996,414
DELAWARE 2,006,502 1,767,180 2,929,969 2,798,964 2,216,941
DIST. OF COL. 1,692,833 2,118,440 2,331,312 2,509,314 2,437,938
FLORIDA 28,538,934 22,775,788 45,517,046 45,125,734 45,235,805
GEORGIA 11,750,305 10,359,062 18,105,787 18,558,587 17,873,943
GUAM 895,710 700,289 1,122,616 1,179,533 1,013,112
HAWAII 3,140,582 4,029,353 6,056,538 5,464,988 5,625,501
IDAHO 2,073,471 2,220,929 3,038,181 2,921,591 2,857,278
ILLINOIS 28,448,564 21,262,724 21,797,724 19,953,349 16,673,047
INDIANA 10,377,250 11,437,693 16,644,547 19,630,849 14,748,263
IOWA 21,450,304 20,137,793 23,953,368 24,074,397 24,392,068
KANSAS 13,156,677 6,309,370 11,440,666 12,200,291 11,782,424
KENTUCKY 17,058,363 17,476,830 24,448,067 22,061,988 23,165,909
LOUISIANA 7,567,224 7,968,493 11,244,438 10,871,283 9,967,928
MAINE 14,229,726 14,298,787 16,717,523 16,392,566 16,660,969
MARYLAND 8,379,119 7,368,929 10,679,673 10,416,513 9,941,973
MASSACHUSETTS 17,688,220 15,652,639 23,365,520 22,405,679 21,194,792
MICHIGAN 42,297,327 25,569,505 62,704,142 54,280,852 55,777,066
MINNESOTA 18,150,503 14,228,317 23,862,363 24,616,920 22,613,136
MISSISSIPPI 3,784,079 5,037,350 5,870,643 5,842,380 5,296,351
MISSOURI 18,102,723 20,226,596 30,243,843 27,162,857 25,059,021
MONTANA 1,472,384 1,395,502 4,102,825 4,305,424 3,725,979
NEBRASKA 3,836,603 5,143,518 6,048,175 5,279,783 5,640,530
NEVADA 1,835,083 601,385 2,845,197 3,219,573 3,496,991
NEW HAMPSHIRE 3,935,194 3,115,861 4,206,043 5,285,747 4,386,685
NEW JERSEY 21,530,168 17,581,109 30,557,777 29,101,452 28,367,280
NEW MEXICO 3,449,390 4,638,365 6,003,911 6,239,038 6,951,411
NEW YORK 64,066,358 59,747,172 76,443,950 64,441,210 57,072,817
NORTH CAROLINA 19,953,412 20,210,165 24,283,722 23,042,135 22,346,750
NORTH DAKOTA 2,226,783 3,131,772 3,693,216 3,901,212 3,826,281
OHIO 33,168,554 24,524,357 41,903,352 39,923,436 42,358,500
OKLAHOMA 11,029,466 10,992,571 13,737,615 13,701,005 13,044,072
OREGON 8,064,792 7,920,009 13,731,254 13,489,361 13,107,551
PENNSYLVANIA 32,867,922 33,544,516 47,207,605 43,324,167 47,056,347
PUERTO RICO 1,026,305 774,389 1,184,227 1,227,290 1,171,945
RHODE ISLAND 6,126,613 5,865,517 7,776,347 7,710,639 7,184,508
SOUTH CAROLINA 4,913,689 5,547,977 6,613,750 6,075,084 5,724,259
SOUTH DAKOTA 635,344 380,894 2,814,276 2,580,363 2,672,778
TENNESSEE 5,550,130 8,661,040 13,470,214 14,334,600 15,312,543
TEXAS 36,451,818 43,758,510 52,939,948 49,324,559 49,037,270
UTAH 11,133,208 10,800,452 12,494,840 12,193,264 12,101,786
VERMONT 3,521,406 3,208,767 3,909,883 3,482,121 7,015,172
VIRGIN ISLANDS 435,010 287,040 173,932 174,112 148,437
VIRGINIA 10,539,896 13,822,375 18,811,695 20,338,812 21,278,226
WASHINGTON 33,825,790 29,678,407 42,489,359 39,880,601 36,906,529
WEST VIRGINIA 3,579,458 7,675,386 10,093,497 10,198,316 9,235,212
WISCONSIN 15,032,715 13,030,140 18,839,017 19,747,127 19,242,790
WYOMING 1,681,107 1,734,153 2,008,898 1,686,287 $1,620,842
TOTALS $968,237,321 $895,645,130 $1,182,548,493 $1,167,413,698 $1,129,941,930

 

TABLE 12: STATE SHARE OF TANF/FOSTER CARE COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 7a E - 10 E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 7a G - (line 10a G + 10b G 4th quarter).

ALABAMA $3,144,419 $3,424,487 $3,229,488 $2,986,383 $1,853,453
ALASKA 7,206,823 7,168,450 7,518,695 7,285,144 6,895,135
ARIZONA 8,860,428 8,298,890 9,789,966 8,801,459 9,273,216
ARKANSAS 2,531,580 2,393,660 2,095,960 1,913,516 1,663,967
CALIFORNIA 347,135,192 315,700,540 260,930,504 302,197,793 303,957,249
COLORADO 14,195,545 12,357,567 12,026,384 11,347,626 10,506,573
CONNECTICUT 22,290,936 21,783,691 24,188,647 21,873,337 20,996,405
DELAWARE 2,932,499 2,835,678 2,929,960 2,798,955 2,216,934
DIST. OF COL. 2,146,382 2,118,439 2,331,315 2,509,309 2,437,930
FLORIDA 32,629,873 30,154,377 35,144,031 31,579,579 31,526,122
GEORGIA 13,904,183 13,085,836 12,581,988 12,579,984 12,125,961
GUAM 331,903 309,389 374,204 393,177 337,703
HAWAII 4,898,599 5,132,940 4,693,441 3,833,957 3,925,434
IDAHO 1,276,530 1,300,599 1,239,743 1,195,646 1,197,899
ILLINOIS 40,277,288 26,553,149 21,797,721 19,953,343 16,673,041
INDIANA 8,009,896 8,570,015 10,184,189 12,047,139 8,917,114
IOWA 15,527,162 15,026,182 14,152,532 13,838,042 13,762,266
KANSAS 11,046,769 5,914,954 7,563,762 8,082,822 7,590,193
KENTUCKY 9,770,625 10,022,065 10,507,704 9,504,743 9,885,753
LOUISIANA 4,543,261 4,665,347 4,758,894 4,380,235 3,947,929
MAINE 9,809,425 9,504,430 8,391,405 8,362,139 8,579,100
MARYLAND 12,548,387 11,092,462 10,679,675 10,416,511 9,941,965
MASSACHUSETTS 22,602,183 21,722,068 23,365,514 22,405,673 21,194,785
MICHIGAN 50,443,885 35,256,073 48,552,323 43,663,667 44,020,873
MINNESOTA 26,022,952 23,813,655 23,862,363 24,616,917 22,613,125
MISSISSIPPI 1,818,454 1,789,826 1,844,752 1,782,757 1,574,890
MISSOURI 16,301,740 17,385,226 19,287,506 17,199,151 15,707,242
MONTANA 1,405,558 1,277,973 1,530,600 1,595,650 1,388,608
NEBRASKA 3,805,076 5,314,113 4,108,290 3,590,822 3,777,618
NEVADA 2,608,242 2,852,658 2,845,197 2,925,825 2,869,280
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4,646,384 4,108,855 4,206,036 5,285,743 4,386,680
NEW JERSEY 32,530,162 30,679,944 30,557,770 29,101,444 28,367,270
NEW MEXICO 2,979,283 1,929,902 2,216,123 2,128,770 2,335,711
NEW YORK 90,098,351 84,147,168 76,443,949 64,441,209 57,072,810
NORTH CAROLINA 15,764,179 15,351,552 15,227,706 13,789,921 13,208,939
NORTH DAKOTA 1,244,359 1,658,240 1,592,621 1,805,648 1,775,067
OHIO 36,440,374 29,903,130 29,385,100 27,938,941 29,156,779
OKLAHOMA 5,786,662 5,729,623 5,767,733 5,716,519 5,526,645
OREGON 8,937,409 8,826,005 9,463,432 8,933,113 8,447,376
PENNSYLVANIA 39,995,999 40,904,285 39,174,104 35,893,543 38,875,623
PUERTO RICO 518,104 434,130 394,739 409,094 390,648
RHODE ISLAND 7,808,773 7,218,877 7,049,864 6,207,483 5,638,100
SOUTH CAROLINA 2,884,151 2,665,593 2,924,397 2,627,227 2,469,645
SOUTH DAKOTA 1,488,142 1,376,470 1,454,306 1,371,795 1,397,238
TENNESSEE 5,467,827 6,335,495 7,696,055 7,858,618 8,464,696
TEXAS 31,934,873 40,043,732 35,044,013 32,896,742 32,392,934
UTAH 5,230,703 5,283,316 5,354,932 4,922,491 4,771,869
VERMONT 2,864,401 2,581,002 2,290,376 2,097,308 4,421,366
VIRGIN ISLANDS 167,503 115,680 57,978 58,037 49,476
VIRGINIA 16,805,686 18,375,171 17,751,367 19,912,151 21,278,220
WASHINGTON 44,447,296 43,400,712 41,865,136 39,880,598 36,906,521
WEST VIRGINIA 1,668,220 2,812,594 3,316,222 3,392,192 3,047,288
WISCONSIN 19,254,476 21,639,061 14,482,227 14,049,086 13,701,550
WYOMING 1,206,740 1,206,714 1,232,826 1,063,692 1,090,956
TOTALS $1,080,195,852 $1,003,551,990 $947,455,765 $947,442,666 $926,531,170

 

Table 13: Gross Undistributed Collections for Five Fiscal Years
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 9.

* California reported a large reduction in Undistributed Collections. This information has not been audited.

ALABAMA $3,702,988 $4,734,749 $4,424,712 $4,877,199 $10,007,873
ALASKA 3,631,382 2,508,112 534,785 2,565,900 2,046,682
ARIZONA 9,670,005 14,361,211 13,096,959 14,085,379 13,525,612
ARKANSAS 3,593,031 4,577,835 3,749,972 3,308,007 2,629,483
CALIFORNIA 176,295,648 190,181,896 186,537,775 28,845,369* 22,619,136*
COLORADO 4,333,036 332,430 3,464,898 9,189,282 2,557,848
CONNECTICUT 1,718,800 2,323,585 1,916,064 2,447,155 1,959,976
DELAWARE 4,551,948 2,415,152 2,136,854 1,858,022 2,031,525
DIST. OF COL. 1,778,266 1,916,077 2,497,853 1,114,978 1,612,858
FLORIDA 41,704,057 41,423,618 28,062,245 23,789,996 16,193,837
GEORGIA 317,413 9,230,025 14,413,623 2,892,523 2,754,199
GUAM 3,365,040 4,894,464 5,841,373 5,386,458 4,987,083
HAWAII 3,785,481 7,059,169 6,720,123 7,568,893 6,064,890
IDAHO 129,504 416,704 975,372 1,049,902 712,725
ILLINOIS 1,316,851 3,084,576 7,266,379 6,747,848 9,011,416
INDIANA 14,000,594 31,903,750 10,972,751 13,095,786 11,670,465
IOWA 4,499,764 3,915,089 3,577,523 3,994,997 4,494,714
KANSAS 4,047,695 4,293,978 4,634,878 4,550,704 7,044,184
KENTUCKY 11,276,489 12,730,602 6,098,886 7,157,992 7,060,909
LOUISIANA 826,468 1,850,960 581,527 545,454 719,486
MAINE 4,254,567 1,631,087 1,664,761 2,071,569 1,896,017
MARYLAND 10,786,404 7,233,707 1,682,252 22,090,592 16,482,664
MASSACHUSETTS 11,252,358 19,557,667 22,310,192 20,727,334 23,363,520
MICHIGAN 26,663,076 44,162,708 69,659,816 60,752,771 48,535,131
MINNESOTA 7,513,981 4,863,769 4,374,975 8,107,073 7,901,225
MISSISSIPPI 3,222,524 5,780,887 4,870,583 6,923,728 10,032,608
MISSOURI 18,820,049 16,064,945 10,626,121 7,742,495 9,006,848
MONTANA 933,690 1,044,189 323,898 325,460 261,519
NEBRASKA 3,907,814 3,823,910 8,410,523 3,102,921 2,580,015
NEVADA 1,620,635 3,170,975 4,384,210 3,059,736 4,573,761
NEW HAMPSHIRE 835,135 1,767,944 2,701,755 2,364,354 2,146,560
NEW JERSEY 8,549,686 9,238,774 8,061,033 8,907,879 8,374,219
NEW MEXICO 2,356,732 3,484,493 3,179,510 2,573,638 3,017,218
NEW YORK 57,464,975 62,128,934 69,261,422 77,583,778 75,375,706
NORTH CAROLINA 8,952,542 9,178,966 7,601,683 12,521,193 12,864,442
NORTH DAKOTA 2,196,554 1,640,699 1,473,636 1,745,797 1,967,982
OHIO 19,703,191 38,362,652 33,710,316 26,219,208 21,608,383
OKLAHOMA 1,404,426 1,333,543 3,487,116 3,184,018 2,827,353
OREGON 1,552,068 1,655,788 321,560 2,587,944 3,354,264
PENNSYLVANIA 17,140,468 14,847,756 19,875,906 33,755,978 13,263,028
PUERTO RICO 4,298,637 3,686,511 4,379,119 3,920,231 6,592,028
RHODE ISLAND 2,555,282 4,669,220 3,044,252 3,353,552 2,821,530
SOUTH CAROLINA 6,117,837 5,822,387 5,902,708 6,276,465 6,253,604
SOUTH DAKOTA 998,649 801,976 564,057 579,075 573,164
TENNESSEE 71,123,844 75,921,040 21,941,266 12,233,531 13,946,863
TEXAS 28,301,977 19,054,722 4,614,614 18,626,391 15,636,111
UTAH 763,059 1,206,276 955,500 1,143,513 2,238,201
VERMONT 1,770,454 2,616,364 4,345,723 6,119,175 2,032,984
VIRGIN ISLANDS 396,784 184,144 808,217 616,195 785,479
VIRGINIA 5,098,420 5,381,036 3,835,951 4,780,850 4,328,308
WASHINGTON 2,777,568 2,875,707 2,723,852 3,179,747 4,438,344
WEST VIRGINIA 10,425,260 9,061,558 9,020,234 9,715,823 12,028,928
WISCONSIN 6,923,899 9,880,943 7,965,614 8,804,461 8,495,071
WYOMING 2,638,832 1,933,157 2,052,248 2,392,731 968,655
TOTALS $647,865,837 $738,222,416 $657,639,175 $504,315,681 $480,276,634

 

TABLE 14: NET UNDISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 9b E 4th quarter. Beginning in FY 2004 line 9b G 4th quarter.

* California reported a large reduction in Undistributed Collections. This information has not been audited.

ALABAMA $3,702,988 $4,734,749 $4,424,712 $4,877,199 $10,007,873
ALASKA 3,631,382 2,508,112 534,785 2,565,900 2,046,682
ARIZONA 9,670,005 14,361,211 13,096,959 14,085,379 13,525,612
ARKANSAS 3,593,031 4,577,835 3,749,972 3,308,007 2,629,483
CALIFORNIA 176,270,539 190,181,896 186,922,801 28,800,483* 22,513,722*
COLORADO 4,282,615 332,430 3,465,551 9,178,070 2,562,347
CONNECTICUT 1,718,800 2,323,585 1,916,064 2,447,155 1,959,976
DELAWARE 4,551,948 2,415,152 2,136,854 1,858,022 2,031,525
DIST. OF COL. 1,734,501 1,916,077 2,497,853 1,114,978 1,612,858
FLORIDA 41,704,057 41,423,618 28,062,245 23,789,996 16,193,837
GEORGIA 317,413 9,230,025 14,315,210 2,878,155 2,668,475
GUAM 3,365,040 4,894,464 5,841,373 5,386,458 4,987,083
HAWAII 3,785,481 7,059,169 6,720,123 7,568,893 6,064,890
IDAHO 129,504 416,704 975,372 1,049,902 712,725
ILLINOIS 1,316,851 3,084,576 7,266,379 6,747,848 8,615,964
INDIANA 14,000,594 31,903,750 10,972,751 13,095,786 11,670,465
IOWA 4,499,764 3,915,089 3,577,523 3,994,997 4,494,714
KANSAS 4,047,695 4,293,978 4,634,878 4,550,704 7,044,186
KENTUCKY 11,276,489 12,730,602 6,098,886 7,157,992 7,060,909
LOUISIANA 826,468 1,850,960 581,527 545,454 719,486
MAINE 4,254,567 1,631,087 1,664,761 2,071,569 1,896,016
MARYLAND 10,786,404 7,233,707 1,682,252 22,090,592 16,482,664
MASSACHUSETTS 11,252,358 19,557,667 22,310,192 20,727,334 23,363,520
MICHIGAN 26,663,060 44,162,708 68,873,023 60,702,843 48,535,131
MINNESOTA 7,513,981 4,863,769 4,374,975 8,107,073 7,901,225
MISSISSIPPI 3,222,524 5,780,887 4,870,583 6,923,728 10,032,608
MISSOURI 18,820,049 16,064,945 10,626,121 7,742,495 9,006,711
MONTANA 933,690 1,044,189 323,107 325,460 257,750
NEBRASKA 3,907,814 3,823,910 8,410,523 3,102,921 2,580,015
NEVADA 1,620,635 3,170,975 4,384,210 3,059,736 4,573,761
NEW HAMPSHIRE 835,135 1,767,944 2,701,755 2,364,354 2,146,560
NEW JERSEY 8,258,611 9,238,774 8,041,730 8,872,767 8,305,765
NEW MEXICO 2,356,732 3,484,493 3,179,510 2,573,638 3,017,218
NEW YORK 57,464,975 62,128,934 69,261,422 77,583,778 75,375,706
NORTH CAROLINA 8,952,542 9,178,966 7,601,683 12,521,193 12,864,442
NORTH DAKOTA 2,196,554 1,640,699 1,473,636 1,745,797 1,967,982
OHIO 19,703,191 38,362,652 33,710,316 26,219,208 21,608,383
OKLAHOMA 1,404,426 1,333,543 3,487,116 3,184,018 2,819,748
OREGON 1,552,068 1,655,788 321,560 2,587,873 3,354,264
PENNSYLVANIA 17,140,468 14,847,756 19,875,906 33,755,978 13,263,028
PUERTO RICO 4,275,058 3,686,511 4,329,941 3,872,697 6,592,028
RHODE ISLAND 2,555,282 4,669,220 3,044,252 3,353,552 2,821,530
SOUTH CAROLINA 6,122,065 5,822,387 5,907,523 6,286,571 6,254,768
SOUTH DAKOTA 998,649 801,976 564,057 579,075 573,164
TENNESSEE 71,123,844 75,921,040 21,941,266 11,645,345 13,939,716
TEXAS 28,301,977 19,054,722 4,614,614 18,626,391 15,636,111
UTAH 763,059 1,206,276 955,500 1,143,507 2,238,201
VERMONT 1,770,454 2,616,364 4,345,723 6,119,175 2,032,984
VIRGIN ISLANDS 396,784 184,144 808,217 616,195 785,479
VIRGINIA 5,074,764 5,381,036 3,828,177 4,805,946 4,327,491
WASHINGTON 2,777,568 2,875,707 2,723,852 3,179,747 4,438,344
WEST VIRGINIA 10,425,260 9,061,558 9,020,234 9,715,823 12,028,928
WISCONSIN 6,527,459 9,880,943 7,789,226 8,557,380 8,225,725
WYOMING 2,638,832 1,933,157 2,052,248 2,392,731 968,674
TOTALS $647,016,004 $738,222,416 $656,891,029 $532,157,868 $479,338,452

 

TABLE 15: PERCENTAGE OF UNDISTRIBUTED COLLECTIONS, FY 2004
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: OCSE-34A

Note: Line 1 (1st quarter) + 2 + 3 - line 4 and 5 gives you the percent remaining undistributed

ALABAMA 1.89% 2.31% 2.06% 2.14% 4.23%
ALASKA 4.86 3.12 0.65 3.13 2.43
ARIZONA 4.68 6.33 5.40 5.69 5.18
ARKANSAS 2.90 3.61 2.83 2.39 1.78
CALIFORNIA 7.88 8.73 9.60 1.33 1.02
COLORADO 2.37 0.17 1.68 4.32 1.17
CONNECTICUT 0.89 1.13 0.88 1.09 0.86
DELAWARE 8.50 4.33 3.47 2.93 3.09
DIST. OF COL. 4.70 4.80 5.80 2.45 3.48
FLORIDA 6.05 5.58 3.37 2.60 1.62
GEORGIA 0.09 2.35 3.33 0.63 0.57
GUAM 50.14 39.64 42.44 39.30 36.41
HAWAII 5.80 9.24 8.38 9.09 6.98
IDAHO 0.21 0.47 1.01 1.01 0.64
ILLINOIS 0.36 0.72 1.55 1.41 1.66
INDIANA 3.57 8.01 2.49 3.04 2.57
IOWA 1.99 1.63 1.38 1.46 1.58
KANSAS 2.88 3.27 3.34 3.16 4.70
KENTUCKY 4.79 4.86 2.12 2.48 2.15
LOUISIANA 0.37 0.79 0.22 0.20 0.26
MAINE 6.01 1.63 1.70 2.08 1.87
MARYLAND 2.77 1.87 0.42 5.12 3.71
MASSACHUSETTS 3.41 5.11 5.25 4.65 5.04
MICHIGAN 1.93 3.09 4.55 4.14 3.32
MINNESOTA 1.53 0.94 0.81 1.43 1.37
MISSISSIPPI 2.34 3.53 2.80 3.80 5.22
MISSOURI 5.29 4.09 2.53 1.76 1.96
MONTANA 2.03 2.48 0.74 0.73 0.57
NEBRASKA 3.14 2.34 5.55 2.07 1.65
NEVADA 1.63 3.64 4.58 2.93 4.07
NEW HAMPSHIRE 2.36 2.37 3.43 2.89 2.63
NEW JERSEY 1.14 1.26 1.03 1.08 0.95
NEW MEXICO -8.02 7.40 5.78 4.13 4.35
NEW YORK 4.80 5.13 5.10 5.47 5.43
NORTH CAROLINA 2.05 2.09 1.59 2.46 2.38
NORTH DAKOTA 12.29 3.33 2.82 3.10 3.30
OHIO 1.34 2.56 2.04 1.65 1.30
OKLAHOMA 1.46 1.13 2.58 2.19 1.80
OREGON 0.66 0.61 0.12 0.89 1.11
PENNSYLVANIA 1.40 1.17 1.43 2.43 0.96
PUERTO RICO 2.34 1.84 2.00 1.64 2.67
RHODE ISLAND 5.22 8.71 5.41 6.00 4.91
SOUTH CAROLINA 3.37 2.72 2.57 2.63 2.59
SOUTH DAKOTA -7.24 1.66 1.10 1.09 1.02
TENNESSEE 21.45 21.55 6.45 3.18 3.52
TEXAS 2.68 1.60 0.34 1.22 1.03
UTAH 0.95 0.94 0.71 0.83 1.57
VERMONT 34.16 6.04 9.48 12.66 4.01
VIRGIN ISLANDS 482.12 0.03 0.10 7.50 8.47
VIRGINIA 1.31 1.32 0.87 1.02 0.87
WASHINGTON 0.47 0.50 0.46 0.53 0.75
WEST VIRGINIA 7.50 6.19 5.63 5.83 7.06
WISCONSIN 1.12 1.67 1.33 1.46 1.38
WYOMING 5.53 4.14 4.22 4.80 1.95
TOTALS 3.49% 3.75% 3.16% 2.45% 2.15%

 

TABLE 16: COLLECTIONS FORWARDED TO NON-IV-D CASES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-34A line 4 E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 4 G.
ALABAMA $0 $36,259,744 $113,021,587 $122,949,590 $133,585,437
ALASKA 858,189 993,558 276,033 234,424 294,278
ARIZONA 253,283,730 264,541,372 275,047,096 236,053,234 291,439,859
ARKANSAS 0 15,805,546 55,555,718 57,581,712 51,491,045
CALIFORNIA 0 0 0 0 0
COLORADO 56,836,605 79,267,723 77,596,630 75,279,649 72,957,877
CONNECTICUT 3,903,673 12,266,511 19,549,296 24,732,006 28,386,148
DELAWARE 12,661,273 13,353,898 11,794,549 10,968,503 12,585,552
DIST. OF COL. 10,146,625 10,532,726 6,747,751 6,210,695 6,621,538
FLORIDA 0 0 0 0 1,216,925,642
GEORGIA 16,375,713 24,916,176 30,295,867 33,208,522 35,842,936
GUAM 803,163 747,107 684,556 685,498 577,058
HAWAII 16,883,456 15,336,497 14,140,674 12,780,813 11,906,936
IDAHO 4,738,366 4,092,336 3,596,358 3,256,244 3,572,511
ILLINOIS 271,813,156 316,290,955 332,995,136 377,575,787 431,922,996
INDIANA 47,919,109 197,763,139 205,991,148 218,861,848 222,056,489
IOWA 60,324,787 69,793,887 72,262,732 74,240,456 67,866,315
KANSAS 0 0 0 0 107,482,294
KENTUCKY 14,697,834 25,987,114 31,852,528 34,790,898 36,218,402
LOUISIANA 2,659,266 2,781,527 2,451,366 2,189,401 2,109,215
MAINE 1,943,159 1,837,242 1,803,009 1,773,520 1,852,809
MARYLAND 2,585,120 2,496,299 2,454,639 2,454,186 6,720,235
MASSACHUSETTS 8,083,685 16,639,938 18,625,961 18,660,799 17,012,253
MICHIGAN 54,407,807 47,621,935 59,206,297 60,789,175 71,153,454
MINNESOTA 3,066,231 3,450,565 2,944,667 3,090,522 2,263,367
MISSISSIPPI 5,225,625 4,974,303 4,783,208 4,414,071 4,094,232
MISSOURI 32,700,899 53,133,428 62,466,266 62,398,286 60,102,231
MONTANA 1,224,958 1,294,074 1,235,213 1,232,364 1,091,372
NEBRASKA 0 0 11,669,700 21,389,869 24,056,793
NEVADA 49,500 200,306 240,451 220,720 180,092
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 2,870 2,670 12,916
NEW JERSEY 25,660,703 33,084,834 35,515,733 40,440,917 39,936,670
NEW MEXICO 6,290,023 6,753,737 6,863,178 6,212,412 4,720,694
NEW YORK -2,853,820 234,948 47,034 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 53,123,893 44,738,471 48,038,733 50,370,572 52,541,390
NORTH DAKOTA 17,423,961 17,501,834 18,867,594 19,424,823 20,837,765
OHIO 278,405,918 326,699,943 232,519,895 229,370,766 217,665,427
OKLAHOMA 0 40,752 2,581,013 7,369,477 9,312,410
OREGON 842,597 750,219 561,038 218,891 361,583
PENNSYLVANIA 781,961 0 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 1,960,298 1,530,163 1,936,695 3,256,244 5,447,799
RHODE ISLAND 7,709,745 9,114,905 10,867,497 11,763,527 12,294,902
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 1,466,423 2,145,131 2,450,591 2,604,981 2,693,274
TENNESSEE 36,181,682 35,532,616 38,884,889 40,226,565 41,824,125
TEXAS 151,497 13,895,008 67,445,579 296,224,257 637,723,095
UTAH 2,117,869 1,645,708 1,234,805 901,661 738,604
VERMONT 6,184,234 6,155,286 5,968,753 5,944,440 5,997,020
VIRGIN ISLANDS 10,882 12,248 14,343 -11,936 15,947
VIRGINIA 15,397,803 17,885,340 19,671,500 21,613,370 23,714,260
WASHINGTON 17,462,200 18,792,871 20,138,073 20,584,866 16,432,074
WEST VIRGINIA 6,761,620 4,485,818 3,105,228 3,734,873 3,879,166
WISCONSIN 307,862,325 308,682,602 317,383,594 319,617,241 312,099,812
WYOMING 0 7,393,470 6,633,560 6,843,933 7,125,808
TOTALS $1,666,133,743 $2,079,453,810 $2,260,020,631 $2,554,737,342 $4,337,744,107

 

TABLE 17: TOTAL WAGE WITHHOLDING FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS 1
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 2e

1 Income withholding includes collections received for non-IV-D child support cases processed through the state disbursement unit.

ALABAMA $110,366,865 $154,564,702 $239,208,701 $261,938,263 $295,364,423
ALASKA 40,986,750 43,949,754 47,040,471 48,141,985 49,766,268
ARIZONA 330,603,068 355,907,532 370,408,787 343,159,377 395,590,882
ARKANSAS 90,178,524 99,990,745 143,444,041 146,105,012 151,646,328
CALIFORNIA 1,267,170,618 1,226,226,517 1,066,785,698 1,357,533,427 1,375,447,848
COLORADO 171,231,566 196,761,329 199,794,708 200,168,865 205,974,614
CONNECTICUT 125,189,493 142,281,422 153,471,004 160,780,717 170,048,994
DELAWARE 52,094,794 56,403,564 55,373,782 52,458,040 60,728,761
DIST. OF COL. 33,707,905 34,795,563 37,866,492 40,153,689 45,381,680
FLORIDA 364,825,920 402,954,040 421,563,027 507,888,389 1,851,836,549
GEORGIA 249,949,363 274,035,093 302,303,515 335,336,125 356,634,548
GUAM 6,964,034 6,759,169 6,395,449 5,580,878 5,832,115
HAWAII 62,335,799 65,015,995 67,238,549 68,077,103 70,231,865
IDAHO 45,731,419 52,888,480 57,128,299 60,094,016 65,612,126
ILLINOIS 516,759,311 612,991,692 660,308,433 722,702,029 825,100,505
INDIANA 254,388,616 436,399,844 455,762,494 473,929,765 494,243,340
IOWA 211,076,482 231,490,447 246,753,853 259,632,481 274,239,075
KANSAS 88,352,997 88,936,280 89,651,100 92,299,467 205,387,657
KENTUCKY 134,520,604 153,990,281 173,886,907 186,704,023 207,875,852
LOUISIANA 143,330,691 155,956,027 170,736,925 186,230,910 192,032,109
MAINE 60,015,712 63,359,271 64,210,502 66,196,656 67,630,328
MARYLAND 245,200,826 273,314,456 271,623,143 303,160,893 313,400,449
MASSACHUSETTS 241,530,104 287,612,938 306,757,760 318,030,113 335,150,832
MICHIGAN 1,041,064,806 1,070,852,371 1,139,811,006 1,072,381,513 1,097,875,317
MINNESOTA 359,187,041 385,632,267 404,336,970 415,689,573 424,650,586
MISSISSIPPI 109,964,653 117,118,498 119,416,854 127,706,643 136,907,026
MISSOURI 235,462,761 278,825,870 308,132,411 317,894,696 328,544,327
MONTANA 27,256,914 28,122,509 29,068,392 30,628,924 31,966,575
NEBRASKA 61,857,045 68,166,214 70,546,270 104,061,021 124,035,073
NEVADA 58,759,545 65,862,851 71,662,989 80,007,632 87,180,110
NEW HAMPSHIRE 49,905,969 51,675,137 52,587,894 53,618,156 54,760,259
NEW JERSEY 488,793,746 524,518,725 554,940,301 590,519,277 630,757,924
NEW MEXICO 27,896,806 33,008,921 40,123,164 46,912,467 49,578,188
NEW YORK 822,635,616 859,340,018 954,923,572 1,006,697,138 966,718,115
NORTH CAROLINA 314,756,529 330,684,422 365,314,342 392,094,055 414,589,193
NORTH DAKOTA 45,390,044 46,208,916 50,926,796 54,488,452 59,421,657
OHIO 1,389,864,294 1,380,810,038 1,445,229,461 1,429,681,555 1,480,962,069
OKLAHOMA 59,859,374 67,451,457 83,735,579 98,949,563 111,424,931
OREGON 147,858,192 161,862,715 167,963,083 182,744,181 192,791,094
PENNSYLVANIA 353,053,977 867,421,911 919,066,762 947,150,441 974,628,193
PUERTO RICO 71,203,594 58,838,280 70,506,986 82,948,472 92,208,927
RHODE ISLAND 36,256,153 38,448,376 40,894,075 43,702,474 45,847,512
SOUTH CAROLINA 101,837,596 116,831,549 125,010,971 132,616,978 135,065,958
SOUTH DAKOTA 32,328,324 35,449,706 38,194,447 40,253,020 42,229,017
TENNESSEE 189,961,431 212,037,395 249,766,891 285,941,429 318,647,851
TEXAS 542,349,442 714,089,482 880,187,864 1,258,694,640 1,737,422,101
UTAH 87,879,220 94,293,027 97,587,086 100,999,598 105,067,728
VERMONT 33,017,841 34,809,449 27,912,590 35,786,964 37,059,859
VIRGIN ISLANDS 4,412,166 4,631,804 5,520,381 5,387,171 5,924,432
VIRGINIA 317,099,775 354,079,774 378,500,493 398,566,341 423,225,954
WASHINGTON 339,406,198 357,455,468 362,543,704 366,014,228 374,179,901
WEST VIRGINIA 87,700,016 104,799,317 114,646,368 117,768,212 124,189,747
WISCONSIN 663,110,790 675,505,970 660,107,208 654,087,965 655,297,332
WYOMING 21,535,647 27,965,299 30,255,121 31,496,576 32,696,091
TOTALS $12,968,176,966 $14,583,382,877 $15,467,133,671 $16,701,791,578 $19,311,010,195

 

TABLE 18: TOTAL COLLECTIONS MADE BY METHOD OF COLLECTION, FY 2004
STATES Offset of Federal Tax Refund Offset of State Tax Refund Offset of Unemployment Compensation Other Sources1 Income Withholding2 Other States Total Collections Received
Source: Form OCSE-34A lines 2a 2b 2c 2d & 2g 2e 2f 2

1 Administrative enforcement and other sources are combined.

2 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.

ALABAMA $16,552,701 $1,621,721 $296,968 $54,189,793 $295,364,423 $16,926,537 $384,952,143
ALASKA 5,004,493 0 2,958,978 25,288,952 49,766,268 10,816,240 93,834,931
ARIZONA 23,122,703 2,547,376 4,241,381 119,217,036 395,590,882 20,632,206 565,351,584
ARKANSAS 13,119,497 1,754,015 2,557,474 29,477,667 151,646,328 12,651,079 211,206,060
CALIFORNIA 183,113,751 38,345,569 58,851,811 544,778,848 1,375,447,848 84,980,563 2,285,518,390
COLORADO 16,584,448 3,459,890 4,940,536 69,657,766 205,974,614 24,573,887 325,191,141
CONNECTICUT 18,199,195 3,154,280 7,444,199 48,822,557 170,048,994 24,669,952 272,339,177
DELAWARE 3,058,604 231,198 2,673,968 9,206,651 60,728,761 7,470,145 83,369,327
DIST. OF COL. 3,207,098 449,828 530,180 5,911,330 45,381,680 2,961,344 58,441,460
FLORIDA 85,408,358 0 11,715,546 263,635,091 1,851,836,549 89,120,162 2,301,715,706
GEORGIA 28,118,673 8,252,290 5,424,877 98,946,230 356,634,548 57,734,864 555,111,482
GUAM 557,928 601,763 0 1,076,711 5,832,115 1,345,613 9,414,130
HAWAII 8,422,717 1,730,972 1,303,298 15,574,021 70,231,865 3,879,631 101,142,504
IDAHO 8,224,297 1,976,649 2,391,043 28,146,519 65,612,126 18,126,962 124,477,596
ILLINOIS 43,286,274 3,326,814 13,292,955 104,458,193 825,100,505 927,546 990,392,287
INDIANA 43,790,930 5,261,468 13,380,960 106,757,074 494,243,340 15,918,775 679,352,547
IOWA 20,663,602 3,069,587 8,138,115 35,411,880 274,239,075 22,126,326 363,648,585
KANSAS 13,258,472 3,311,648 5,406,612 34,561,626 205,387,657 4,420,966 266,346,981
KENTUCKY 27,633,314 3,046,274 2,242,389 106,942,053 207,875,852 26,003,669 373,743,551
LOUISIANA 20,867,306 1,293,927 6,110,201 56,457,344 192,032,109 23,674,723 300,435,610
MAINE 7,929,207 1,532,926 2,437,920 19,326,684 67,630,328 7,786,701 106,643,766
MARYLAND 21,214,634 6,843,169 8,748,557 83,449,541 313,400,449 36,204,993 469,861,343
MASSACHUSETTS 18,123,277 4,132,894 18,498,719 92,189,571 335,150,832 12,848,180 480,943,473
MICHIGAN 73,028,655 9,066,748 53,706,161 246,294,150 1,097,875,317 35,642,139 1,515,613,170
MINNESOTA 19,236,320 9,353,050 18,406,766 84,928,847 424,650,586 31,419,550 587,995,119
MISSISSIPPI 17,066,362 791,088 4,334,574 32,056,531 136,907,026 24,029,560 215,185,141
MISSOURI 30,568,701 4,157,999 11,136,796 125,060,335 328,544,327 28,292,727 527,760,885
MONTANA 3,490,780 626,433 1,061,812 9,039,473 31,966,575 7,980,779 54,165,852
NEBRASKA 6,431,563 1,442,979 3,194,544 39,772,208 124,035,073 9,662,208 184,538,575
NEVADA 9,412,887 0 3,492,240 19,476,178 87,180,110 16,652,548 136,213,963
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4,424,956 0 217,812 19,216,889 54,760,259 6,809,287 85,429,203
NEW JERSEY 37,077,944 5,841,121 36,825,148 200,694,871 630,757,924 44,795,297 955,992,305
NEW MEXICO 8,792,161 1,267,410 6,600 16,013,720 49,578,188 3,851,517 79,509,596
NEW YORK 41,139,676 18,822,200 40,123,532 281,248,982 966,718,115 50,173,484 1,398,225,989
NORTH CAROLINA 27,384,214 5,989,117 9,056,654 115,766,298 414,589,193 49,987,575 622,773,051
NORTH DAKOTA 3,535,145 202,146 984,227 10,976,875 59,421,657 8,076,792 83,196,842
OHIO 118,173,680 13,186,551 33,556,624 273,307,369 1,480,962,069 43,012,304 1,962,198,597
OKLAHOMA 16,099,512 2,778,804 1,740,239 32,527,625 111,424,931 13,813,283 178,384,394
OREGON 14,441,541 2,072,666 11,332,005 70,249,305 192,791,094 33,061,510 323,948,121
PENNSYLVANIA 46,571,072 4,873,409 49,949,130 252,599,926 974,628,193 75,999,166 1,404,620,896
PUERTO RICO 8,182,063 3,983,404 0 144,218,137 92,208,927 11,119,671 259,712,202
RHODE ISLAND 3,500,580 406,765 2,021,717 14,216,375 45,847,512 5,960,664 71,953,613
SOUTH CAROLINA 12,190,552 3,328,657 3,165,315 92,434,383 135,065,958 1,474,028 247,658,893
SOUTH DAKOTA 4,207,515 0 528,752 12,113,200 42,229,017 5,539,300 64,617,784
TENNESSEE 31,333,044 0 5,231,440 71,444,894 318,647,851 32,392,224 459,049,453
TEXAS 117,761,986 0 32,421,552 288,649,641 1,737,422,101 52,095,300 2,228,350,580
UTAH 7,810,039 1,502,113 3,244,980 24,212,223 105,067,728 10,273,496 152,110,579
VERMONT 2,445,528 657,672 1,106,445 7,003,855 37,059,859 4,888,892 53,162,251
VIRGIN ISLANDS 390,939 1,084,429 31,254 1,951,282 5,924,432 905,632 10,287,968
VIRGINIA 32,061,811 2,763,213 7,380,059 64,987,366 423,225,954 34,552,266 564,970,669
WASHINGTON 33,521,225 0 22,108,438 160,762,773 374,179,901 56,547,252 647,119,589
WEST VIRGINIA 7,893,223 1,016,660 2,246,122 27,436,808 124,189,747 12,081,561 174,864,121
WISCONSIN 34,040,254 15,457,332 24,495,691 166,473,501 655,297,332 22,699,253 918,463,363
WYOMING 4,675,342 0 750,790 16,119,334 32,696,091 6,933,463 61,175,020
TOTALS $1,406,350,749 $206,616,224 $567,444,106 $4,874,736,492 $19,311,010,195 $1,266,523,792 $27,632,681,558

 

TABLE 19: PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 7c E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 7c G.

ALABAMA $181,510,997 $188,525,278 $199,505,447 $212,737,833 $219,805,529
ALASKA 55,384,313 61,582,222 65,286,351 63,508,682 67,072,191
ARIZONA 170,762,729 187,970,577 201,672,770 206,626,551 219,380,973
ARKANSAS 110,863,622 113,157,349 121,046,097 127,666,999 137,955,349
CALIFORNIA 1,336,145,771 1,331,645,173 1,224,132,828 1,526,849,748 1,568,866,058
COLORADO 147,723,434 165,011,575 178,459,768 180,411,398 196,184,024
CONNECTICUT 146,202,940 159,303,111 168,172,569 178,260,773 184,056,417
DELAWARE 43,123,917 47,708,098 53,618,563 55,870,208 59,173,741
DIST. OF COL. 30,649,653 33,420,566 35,731,066 39,062,377 39,599,066
FLORIDA 572,961,495 630,901,290 722,758,637 814,273,185 905,913,738
GEORGIA 327,222,229 350,840,543 384,276,084 422,302,801 435,130,620
GUAM 6,339,036 6,183,020 6,396,405 6,721,276 7,336,226
HAWAII 56,169,569 57,894,893 62,326,586 66,065,185 70,942,403
IDAHO 69,711,264 82,286,102 90,781,620 97,293,389 103,986,071
ILLINOIS 280,721,858 370,994,049 416,505,538 431,130,438 477,869,261
INDIANA 345,017,178 343,748,612 402,954,441 384,967,207 418,426,850
IOWA 176,203,418 196,063,178 216,721,905 231,379,304 241,474,114
KANSAS 106,887,675 108,295,191 110,874,274 114,883,819 119,728,639
KENTUCKY 190,561,231 212,317,768 242,767,267 246,313,672 285,216,472
LOUISIANA 198,524,853 217,568,957 244,268,712 257,648,315 265,590,101
MAINE 59,930,567 66,334,246 70,338,684 72,242,126 73,525,422
MARYLAND 342,411,584 356,679,325 374,400,180 387,948,893 407,285,971
MASSACHUSETTS 273,341,971 319,562,245 355,878,821 380,188,995 397,321,376
MICHIGAN 1,212,935,656 1,287,125,398 1,314,386,335 1,285,932,608 1,292,268,471
MINNESOTA 412,447,830 450,241,987 475,101,796 493,459,670 504,305,180
MISSISSIPPI 136,488,756 150,264,112 161,198,549 167,303,814 174,990,629
MISSOURI 298,109,941 327,916,388 361,187,439 388,461,359 408,752,429
MONTANA 35,641,413 36,237,735 37,774,326 38,321,417 39,831,318
NEBRASKA 131,841,409 146,028,739 132,181,070 136,615,127 142,981,891
NEVADA 73,860,890 77,807,757 85,143,536 92,868,058 100,656,635
NEW HAMPSHIRE 61,971,083 64,883,676 67,481,344 68,796,667 70,657,256
NEW JERSEY 614,004,660 663,213,156 713,457,970 756,717,795 805,151,005
NEW MEXICO 31,578,923 36,394,050 43,641,161 51,445,154 57,110,919
NEW YORK 911,891,970 969,808,652 1,125,373,575 1,201,283,740 1,186,635,893
NORTH CAROLINA 353,532,949 389,411,304 429,199,525 459,221,031 491,703,959
NORTH DAKOTA 37,555,851 42,054,741 45,499,248 48,784,599 51,960,432
OHIO 1,316,569,198 1,383,404,795 1,541,876,805 1,494,422,480 1,560,885,003
OKLAHOMA 87,148,311 96,307,332 112,274,629 123,008,979 135,449,377
OREGON 225,884,432 248,983,800 252,684,616 266,606,011 276,725,103
PENNSYLVANIA 1,078,372,183 1,161,552,728 1,243,144,261 1,274,968,530 1,282,182,156
PUERTO RICO 180,768,547 194,145,841 210,003,659 230,678,806 238,942,155
RHODE ISLAND 31,554,199 33,306,056 38,444,154 38,588,082 41,226,319
SOUTH CAROLINA 178,636,339 199,138,112 214,808,585 223,797,988 227,454,336
SOUTH DAKOTA 38,678,829 43,067,494 46,311,631 48,489,747 51,629,432
TENNESSEE 232,916,691 258,298,352 296,342,648 330,417,318 356,995,103
TEXAS 881,494,677 1,071,420,349 1,256,337,372 1,421,028,967 1,414,570,907
UTAH 98,652,586 108,472,046 115,084,240 119,885,361 123,603,348
VERMONT 31,152,216 33,833,105 35,301,965 36,631,002 37,243,903
VIRGIN ISLANDS 6,863,111 6,709,021 6,952,299 7,369,729 8,284,817
VIRGINIA 312,986,031 364,992,652 400,130,286 427,197,734 452,489,341
WASHINGTON 456,403,113 484,868,727 506,542,111 517,496,520 517,385,886
WEST VIRGINIA 113,394,108 125,402,737 137,083,219 142,777,050 145,722,774
WISCONSIN 511,616,594 523,820,028 521,556,975 522,938,917 533,330,336
WYOMING 37,558,559 40,094,455 42,074,296 43,323,847 44,570,894
TOTALS $15,360,882,359 $16,627,198,693 $17,917,454,238 $18,963,191,281 $19,677,537,819

 

 

TABLE 20: TANF/FOSTER CARE PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $1,965,743 $1,996,316 $2,142,062 $2,152,958 $2,121,094
ALASKA 1,181,186 1,143,240 451,722 258,681 207,190
ARIZONA 353,945 334,943 554,484 769,295 768,476
ARKANSAS 802,515 855,660 8,073,629 32,842,840 394,002
CALIFORNIA 29,819,051 43,352,040 46,099,845 30,199,807 17,078,100
COLORADO 1,801,539 847,937 783,284 568,230 811,504
CONNECTICUT 5,390,799 15,909,368 14,760,695 18,213,391 3,899,338
DELAWARE 1,316,931 4,078,642 1,309,683 1,213,483 1,892,712
DIST. OF COL. 300,751 11,912 53,875 146,484 503,937
FLORIDA 201,072 229,048 215,815,455 259,674,950 2,076,038
GEORGIA 9,172,065 8,957,506 12,469,398 13,078,117 9,581,767
GUAM 39,763 39,603 86,157 41,145 30,071
HAWAII 1,635,046 1,406,324 1,409,877 1,152,329 1,221,430
IDAHO 32,360 49,674 37,827 68,639 56,667
ILLINOIS 779,152 2,859,461 6,105,496 1,769,776 1,683,450
INDIANA 3,216,758 1,078,123 992,325 -250,893 1,287,203
IOWA 1,663,070 10,643,511 49,270,294 57,353,014 785,890
KANSAS 0 1,277,190 495,355 696,523 541,266
KENTUCKY 220,194 380,688 585,680 578,235 224,108
LOUISIANA 1,136,449 1,721,003 1,903,365 2,116,356 1,895,192
MAINE 4,853,046 4,961,502 4,693,256 4,546,949 3,224,221
MARYLAND 190,100 148,033 180,292 196,802 432,988
MASSACHUSETTS 1,485,773 704,098 397,792 473,911 388,180
MICHIGAN 4,498,742 7,622,860 13,774,254 13,061,757 4,255,126
MINNESOTA 1,972,220 5,895,204 8,103,926 8,286,083 8,482,756
MISSISSIPPI 482,385 508,589 561,714 517,826 502,986
MISSOURI 5,973,823 1,634,228 1,349,257 1,277,820 915,036
MONTANA 657,913 374,402 219,646 235,324 227,459
NEBRASKA 2,188,850 2,806,758 4,630,213 4,033,437 432,823
NEVADA 3,215,434 346,852 485,381 466,592 341,678
NEW HAMPSHIRE 153,699 -70,905 54,489 197,728 189,954
NEW JERSEY 628,012 2,050,713 2,221,326 2,287,048 2,035,551
NEW MEXICO -98,238 527,577 727,053 653,375 452,101
NEW YORK 11,982,257 10,204,871 14,585,794 11,857,406 7,394,963
NORTH CAROLINA 2,884,258 1,605,882 1,774,665 1,587,270 1,555,061
NORTH DAKOTA 39,126 68,366 57,754 79,140 107,770
OHIO 5,210,035 4,245,677 4,396,460 2,327,256 1,921,194
OKLAHOMA 0 0 500,154 407,373 395,309
OREGON 619,318 22,884 2,156,136 2,290,549 1,543,104
PENNSYLVANIA 7,554,545 9,523,318 11,064,269 13,514,527 8,628,092
PUERTO RICO 667,721 622,750 608,357 610,900 468,127
RHODE ISLAND 130,264 138,463 127,151 86,483 74,423
SOUTH CAROLINA 3,823,902 4,100,277 4,488,975 4,869,132 4,226,441
SOUTH DAKOTA 11,649,538 14,451,156 17,088,117 18,682,592 110,875
TENNESSEE 16,506,332 20,202,217 24,743,606 31,081,850 35,326,772
TEXAS -438,073 747,592 85,927,278 115,456,489 1,272,753
UTAH 801,352 2,739,662 2,967,988 3,376,965 1,142,194
VERMONT 1,215,072 1,036,542 72,538 67,857 86,438
VIRGIN ISLANDS 141,953 40,441 709,472 38,222 31,440
VIRGINIA 1,637,500 100,355,386 111,506,371 118,132,239 1,236,891
WASHINGTON 394,083 416,012 421,592 469,851 650,523
WEST VIRGINIA 9,503,193 33,451,204 52,274,764 53,362,306 266,785
WISCONSIN 3,684,632 3,498,410 1,050,538 56,619 237,856
WYOMING 25,047 8,506 8,135 11,009 35,589
TOTALS $165,262,203 $332,161,716 $737,329,221 $837,244,047 $135,652,894

 

TABLE 21: INTERSTATE COLLECTIONS FORWARDED TO OTHER STATES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 5 E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 5G.

ALABAMA $17,105,490 $17,628,800 $18,077,130 $19,215,982 $19,751,756
ALASKA 12,653,744 13,572,447 12,907,907 12,572,091 11,929,872
ARIZONA 24,614,017 26,114,841 26,557,287 25,498,453 26,766,710
ARKANSAS 12,491,099 12,503,082 13,101,540 13,628,409 14,305,028
CALIFORNIA 126,535,528 112,264,536 91,256,807 112,910,120 112,912,272
COLORADO 28,128,269 28,402,907 29,190,708 29,063,887 30,737,812
CONNECTICUT 16,523,995 16,679,986 17,141,646 17,241,311 17,620,933
DELAWARE 10,035,455 9,473,384 7,198,152 7,121,598 7,219,313
DIST. OF COL. 7,228,317 6,929,748 6,914,082 6,808,936 6,877,316
FLORIDA 98,411,245 98,439,751 103,518,965 106,519,926 109,680,192
GEORGIA 48,470,629 48,296,839 51,284,142 53,632,431 54,015,901
GUAM 778,160 702,293 573,122 498,052 527,603
HAWAII 5,134,068 5,126,327 5,340,126 5,204,547 5,456,257
IDAHO 10,168,787 10,305,977 9,906,276 10,147,615 10,253,784
ILLINOIS 23,504,920 25,141,540 31,349,899 35,424,304 44,920,828
INDIANA 22,380,201 17,747,426 17,539,234 16,861,193 15,440,897
IOWA 12,471,813 12,685,734 12,745,320 13,283,238 13,698,593
KANSAS 9,890,750 8,820,081 9,149,332 10,209,204 10,910,751
KENTUCKY 12,650,073 12,927,756 13,799,889 14,443,110 15,521,336
LOUISIANA 14,715,470 15,562,990 17,428,949 18,593,283 18,530,986
MAINE 4,772,373 4,958,531 4,842,723 5,330,108 5,374,276
MARYLAND 27,662,059 27,407,100 28,673,959 30,500,184 31,612,170
MASSACHUSETTS 16,391,848 18,566,934 19,667,682 20,986,651 21,213,727
MICHIGAN 16,311,942 14,063,889 14,882,455 19,063,273 33,663,795
MINNESOTA 17,123,997 17,625,095 17,797,347 18,201,839 19,145,259
MISSISSIPPI 9,712,898 9,789,971 9,692,658 9,867,985 10,462,802
MISSOURI 19,670,549 19,548,101 20,219,564 20,267,878 20,868,221
MONTANA 6,954,988 7,259,508 7,475,523 7,662,759 7,682,913
NEBRASKA 2,392,149 2,956,087 4,699,572 5,867,857 7,803,417
NEVADA 24,287,633 23,705,207 23,623,535 24,553,655 26,201,364
NEW HAMPSHIRE 5,725,460 6,037,305 5,942,904 6,106,638 6,025,615
NEW JERSEY 42,521,856 43,485,331 45,547,394 45,774,948 47,431,872
NEW MEXICO 3,477,285 4,236,086 4,688,128 5,561,248 5,965,434
NEW YORK 74,086,980 74,858,127 86,791,777 94,358,075 88,320,994
NORTH CAROLINA 35,442,842 36,898,057 38,588,853 40,075,863 41,951,542
NORTH DAKOTA 3,072,691 3,076,192 3,570,332 3,853,082 4,455,520
OHIO 29,231,953 28,722,008 33,855,742 32,829,199 35,353,093
OKLAHOMA 13,602,258 13,519,537 14,388,475 14,953,626 15,993,985
OREGON 26,091,964 26,261,909 25,495,198 24,712,595 24,540,117
PENNSYLVANIA 39,398,329 37,650,134 41,072,316 42,928,446 44,907,145
PUERTO RICO 6,784,963 6,829,315 7,579,320 9,334,719 10,487,358
RHODE ISLAND 3,646,121 3,448,406 3,854,654 4,150,547 4,175,941
SOUTH CAROLINA 11,560,038 11,982,101 11,945,699 12,361,073 12,064,217
SOUTH DAKOTA 5,836,842 5,577,803 5,795,444 5,965,964 6,180,568
TENNESSEE 22,233,209 22,821,171 26,676,244 28,752,853 31,075,334
TEXAS 64,145,800 68,570,302 75,626,642 83,557,088 91,038,042
UTAH 9,917,032 9,998,163 9,836,148 9,753,118 9,551,978
VERMONT 2,481,210 2,482,609 2,356,069 2,551,356 2,570,981
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1,149,010 1,207,032 1,185,387 1,234,503 1,611,269
VIRGINIA 48,274,025 45,388,799 45,107,379 46,924,365 49,161,211
WASHINGTON 37,742,908 38,512,860 38,993,271 38,752,641 38,236,131
WEST VIRGINIA 9,078,095 9,947,961 8,949,009 9,507,800 10,202,166
WISCONSIN 13,722,911 14,157,514 14,939,815 15,635,816 16,705,518
WYOMING 4,313,801 4,487,686 4,551,178 4,993,951 4,945,438
TOTALS $1,172,710,049 $1,165,363,276 $1,203,892,909 $1,275,809,393 $1,334,057,553

 

TABLE 22: INTERSTATE CASES SENT TO ANOTHER STATE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1a.

ALABAMA 18,108 17,785 17,618 17,846 17,596
ALASKA 9,297 9,579 9,189 9,671 9,698
ARIZONA 2,643 2,938 3,721 4,472 5,258
ARKANSAS 7,217 11,375 10,927 10,689 10,718
CALIFORNIA 87,858 78,829 84,031 88,056 84,952
COLORADO 16,699 16,076 15,822 16,020 16,556
CONNECTICUT 13,689 14,684 15,620 15,937 15,996
DELAWARE 3,766 2,803 3,073 3,152 3,174
DIST. OF COL. 4,391 4,388 4,824 5,003 4,753
FLORIDA 71,345 63,764 63,605 67,165 71,737
GEORGIA 35,202 38,246 42,572 46,630 49,799
GUAM 774 790 803 809 838
HAWAII 5,185 6,023 6,582 6,998 7,351
IDAHO 12,804 13,542 13,726 14,239 13,880
ILLINOIS 25,497 24,255 24,241 22,519 20,844
INDIANA 6,459 7,856 8,478 10,437 12,370
IOWA 14,640 15,994 18,650 21,008 23,146
KANSAS 1,915 4,883 8,889 10,804 12,359
KENTUCKY 11,552 13,531 15,340 16,734 21,596
LOUISIANA 14,274 14,404 14,679 15,402 15,996
MAINE 5,952 6,117 5,844 6,170 6,196
MARYLAND 20,087 19,564 19,265 19,186 18,308
MASSACHUSETTS 24,379 23,905 22,388 21,953 6,157
MICHIGAN 26,055 33,190 31,745 33,597 28,223
MINNESOTA 20,429 21,692 23,085 24,360 25,649
MISSISSIPPI 11,816 10,190 9,817 9,919 9,913
MISSOURI 11,726 14,489 17,968 19,454 21,157
MONTANA 7,709 7,234 7,019 7,041 6,821
NEBRASKA 7,630 9,393 13,040 15,926 17,892
NEVADA 12,004 14,435 21,863 33,933 17,531
NEW HAMPSHIRE 8,448 8,014 8,129 8,117 7,956
NEW JERSEY 29,729 28,883 28,983 29,461 31,531
NEW MEXICO 12,368 6,331 5,187 5,039 4,324
NEW YORK 65,692 65,026 61,067 56,529 53,683
NORTH CAROLINA 35,669 36,579 36,718 38,362 39,681
NORTH DAKOTA 5,616 6,145 6,485 7,689 8,293
OHIO 24,329 28,604 32,102 34,899 33,839
OKLAHOMA 7,275 7,084 7,114 7,003 6,969
OREGON 21,699 21,548 21,480 21,080 20,257
PENNSYLVANIA 53,549 51,938 50,678 50,993 50,681
PUERTO RICO 11,173 10,470 10,693 10,846 11,080
RHODE ISLAND 9,334 8,940 8,748 7,844 5,838
SOUTH CAROLINA 10,475 9,989 9,935 10,058 10,075
SOUTH DAKOTA 4,125 4,022 4,158 4,250 4,114
TENNESSEE 24,390 25,418 23,893 23,802 23,656
TEXAS 32,517 31,976 32,406 31,264 31,648
UTAH 9,292 8,377 8,060 8,137 7,263
VERMONT 2,529 2,474 2,435 2,519 2,541
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 1,244 1,393 1,473
VIRGINIA 49,380 48,963 48,204 48,896 47,210
WASHINGTON 48,811 42,905 39,625 40,049 39,903
WEST VIRGINIA 11,809 11,788 10,999 10,832 10,590
WISCONSIN 22,256 22,986 23,445 23,884 23,052
WYOMING 5,965 5,582 5,542 5,260 5,362
TOTALS 1,017,532 1,015,996 1,041,754 1,083,336 1,057,483

 

TABLE 23: INTERSTATE CASES RECEIVED FROM ANOTHER STATE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 line 1b.

ALABAMA 23,728 23,340 22,157 21,603 21,211
ALASKA 6,001 5,032 5,316 5,379 5,612
ARIZONA 25,876 25,626 25,732 27,275 27,649
ARKANSAS 11,195 11,853 11,724 11,508 11,447
CALIFORNIA 75,538 72,479 70,330 67,091 64,816
COLORADO 17,054 16,482 15,942 16,055 15,928
CONNECTICUT 10,001 10,215 10,483 10,946 10,754
DELAWARE 3,465 3,033 3,351 3,476 3,632
DIST. OF COL. 15,222 13,178 13,375 12,533 12,329
FLORIDA 63,673 61,939 60,356 58,284 61,101
GEORGIA 39,458 40,274 41,276 43,476 44,938
GUAM 720 720 682 700 708
HAWAII 6,409 6,990 6,649 7,038 7,051
IDAHO 8,105 7,689 7,219 7,582 7,544
ILLINOIS 53,721 53,725 50,995 51,311 50,565
INDIANA 16,618 16,926 17,942 19,531 20,572
IOWA 9,794 9,694 9,676 9,793 9,631
KANSAS 7,816 9,423 10,029 9,942 8,294
KENTUCKY 11,706 12,850 14,324 13,400 13,810
LOUISIANA 14,118 15,046 14,294 14,909 15,373
MAINE 2,921 2,957 3,031 3,219 3,182
MARYLAND 15,806 16,189 16,296 16,793 15,934
MASSACHUSETTS 13,426 14,320 15,100 14,901 15,023
MICHIGAN 25,985 19,447 25,644 27,839 29,007
MINNESOTA 9,406 9,655 9,896 10,150 10,054
MISSISSIPPI 13,744 13,756 14,172 14,571 14,877
MISSOURI 20,561 20,691 21,227 20,849 20,107
MONTANA 4,968 4,882 4,922 4,995 4,996
NEBRASKA 4,205 5,106 7,014 7,834 9,337
NEVADA 16,075 15,919 16,472 19,010 19,053
NEW HAMPSHIRE 3,173 3,022 3,001 3,149 3,065
NEW JERSEY 22,527 22,104 21,724 21,953 21,183
NEW MEXICO 9,181 6,570 6,590 6,796 6,802
NEW YORK 34,163 35,998 38,608 41,282 43,813
NORTH CAROLINA 27,515 27,457 26,749 27,106 26,778
NORTH DAKOTA 2,335 2,373 2,493 2,828 3,033
OHIO 19,809 23,581 25,977 27,376 27,512
OKLAHOMA 10,813 11,028 10,795 10,488 10,984
OREGON 22,373 21,415 21,081 21,007 21,572
PENNSYLVANIA 24,214 24,765 23,802 24,471 24,254
PUERTO RICO 22,510 22,398 22,952 23,900 24,543
RHODE ISLAND 2,847 2,836 2,911 2,832 2,593
SOUTH CAROLINA 18,977 18,899 18,878 19,735 20,523
SOUTH DAKOTA 3,480 3,529 3,553 3,519 3,520
TENNESSEE 26,276 26,733 24,706 24,339 23,517
TEXAS 64,499 61,830 60,639 59,959 60,435
UTAH 5,578 5,431 5,271 5,170 5,121
VERMONT 1,526 1,553 1,433 1,478 1,413
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 1,359 1,454 1,527
VIRGINIA 25,192 25,677 25,758 25,653 25,515
WASHINGTON 21,549 20,721 20,323 21,324 21,628
WEST VIRGINIA 7,745 7,373 7,077 7,163 7,356
WISCONSIN 8,899 9,524 9,522 9,795 10,367
WYOMING 4,305 3,997 3,737 3,811 3,724
TOTALS 936,801 928,250 934,565 948,581 955,313

 

TABLE 24: COST-EFFECTIVENESS RATIO FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

* Not reliable. All states' cost effectiveness ratios were reliable in Fiscal Years 2002, 2003 and 2004.

ALABAMA $3.66 $4.01 $3.64 $3.78 $3.95
ALASKA 3.89 4.14 4.49 4.24 4.50
ARIZONA 3.72 4.12 4.25 4.47 4.42
ARKANSAS 3.28 2.83 2.66 3.12 3.88
CALIFORNIA 3.23 2.61 1.91 2.31 2.12
COLORADO 3.23 3.58 3.66 3.22 3.55
CONNECTICUT 3.75 3.86 3.76 4.04 3.20
DELAWARE 3.19 2.93 3.66 3.03 3.01
DIST. OF COL. 2.64 2.26 2.69 2.09 3.14
FLORIDA 3.45 3.60 4.03 4.39 4.50
GEORGIA 3.72 3.96 4.24 4.47 4.67
GUAM 2.67 1.33 1.64 2.10 2.26
HAWAII 4.54 6.16 6.53 5.08 8.70
IDAHO 4.32 4.62 5.29 5.70 5.94
ILLINOIS 2.42 2.50 2.80 2.64 3.22
INDIANA 7.69 6.34 7.80 7.91 7.04
IOWA 4.24 5.27 5.63 5.52 5.59
KANSAS 2.91 2.51 2.61 3.12 3.15
KENTUCKY 4.02 4.08 4.71 4.88 5.95
LOUISIANA 4.92 4.38 4.87 5.11 5.04
MAINE 4.90 6.01 4.28 4.99 4.35
MARYLAND 3.60 4.22 4.19 4.53 4.57
MASSACHUSETTS 3.50 5.14 5.77 5.46 4.88
MICHIGAN 5.52 4.82 4.59 4.79 5.42
MINNESOTA 4.11 4.13 4.05 4.05 4.10
MISSISSIPPI 4.92 5.96 7.12 7.50 7.96
MISSOURI 3.37 3.81 4.63 4.95 5.40
MONTANA 3.58 3.91 4.10 3.63 3.94
NEBRASKA 3.78 3.35 2.87 3.22 3.63
NEVADA 2.52 3.24 2.87 3.12 3.31
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4.82 5.40 4.37 4.72 5.27
NEW JERSEY 4.60 5.27 4.83 5.06 4.89
NEW MEXICO 1.31* 1.07* 1.46 1.57 1.87
NEW YORK 4.90 5.07 4.49 5.00 4.31
NORTH CAROLINA 3.86 4.04 4.43 4.99 5.01
NORTH DAKOTA 4.61 4.19 4.71 5.10 5.37
OHIO 4.82 4.23 4.81 4.91 5.46
OKLAHOMA 2.83 2.90 2.80 3.12 3.64
OREGON 5.54 6.63 5.85 5.60 6.17
PENNSYLVANIA 6.05 6.98 6.85 6.80 7.01
PUERTO RICO 6.31 5.51 6.27 5.67 7.88
RHODE ISLAND 4.44 4.23 4.52 4.63 5.01
SOUTH CAROLINA 5.08 4.60 5.87 6.32 7.00
SOUTH DAKOTA 6.95 7.72 7.59 7.80 7.49
TENNESSEE 4.85 4.99 4.50 5.47 5.16
TEXAS 4.96 5.23 5.41 5.63 5.95
UTAH 3.47 3.69 3.89 4.13 4.08
VERMONT 4.02 3.90 3.93 3.78 4.22
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1.63 1.12 1.58 1.84 1.83
VIRGINIA 5.00 6.12 6.34 6.52 6.33
WASHINGTON 4.53 4.55 4.95 4.54 4.52
WEST VIRGINIA 4.15 4.64 4.87 4.54 4.42
WISCONSIN 6.51 6.06 6.11 5.95 5.91
WYOMING 4.33 4.09 5.00 5.57 5.16
TOTALS $4.23 $4.21 $4.13 $4.32 $4.38

 

TABLE 25: INCENTIVE PAYMENT ESTIMATES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-34A line 11 E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 11G.

ALABAMA $3,676,000 $2,925,631 $3,000,000 $3,000,000 $3,000,000
ALASKA 2,500,000 2,553,000 2,564,875 2,635,625 1,442,501
ARIZONA 4,152,380 3,679,034 3,404,209 3,429,985 3,581,283
ARKANSAS 1,906,935 1,576,428 1,616,428 1,646,428 2,656,432
CALIFORNIA 69,363,381 59,083,790 43,264,939 45,024,000 47,098,209
COLORADO 5,260,000 5,404,000 5,155,207 5,000,000 5,000,000
CONNECTICUT 4,817,330 3,600,000 6,000,000 5,670,000 5,000,000
DELAWARE 926,000 1,068,500 1,320,000 1,661,001 1,500,000
DIST. OF COL. 302,500 0 0 0 0
FLORIDA 13,876,900 16,582,000 19,547,520 21,251,832 21,790,585
GEORGIA 9,002,000 9,002,000 7,776,712 8,267,936 9,724,600
GUAM 100,000 227,880 245,495 145,478 183,576
HAWAII 1,960,000 1,960,000 1,960,000 1,960,000 1,960,000
IDAHO 926,483 926,484 1,178,155 1,556,472 1,650,232
ILLINOIS 11,828,727 5,290,428 4,769,908 4,905,401 5,311,880
INDIANA 2,548,287 2,568,730 948,201 1,054,620 1,489,264
IOWA 5,056,000 5,088,323 4,884,330 4,008,648 4,808,486
KANSAS 3,434,203 2,507,812 1,408,098 1,174,860 1,600,000
KENTUCKY 6,348,000 6,348,000 4,500,000 4,500,000 4,500,000
LOUISIANA 3,197,000 3,197,000 2,397,750 0 0
MAINE 5,000,000 4,250,000 3,250,000 2,250,000 1,600,000
MARYLAND 4,169,266 3,723,532 4,410,000 4,410,000 4,410,000
MASSACHUSETTS 4,913,968 6,069,431 7,715,351 6,662,311 7,502,609
MICHIGAN 19,631,000 19,631,000 19,631,000 19,631,000 19,631,000
MINNESOTA 9,460,000 10,666,668 13,330,000 14,000,000 13,000,000
MISSISSIPPI 2,235,626 894,252 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
MISSOURI 6,371,920 7,000,000 7,800,000 8,200,000 8,200,000
MONTANA 2,196,280 2,066,787 1,200,000 1,394,680 1,215,493
NEBRASKA 2,085,000 2,163,362 2,085,000 2,085,000 2,750,000
NEVADA 773,161 2,292,651 1,405,265 1,811,489 1,259,900
NEW HAMPSHIRE 711,284 993,000 1,223,270 1,400,788 1,274,492
NEW JERSEY 11,000,000 13,098,840 17,100,000 14,751,998 16,797,984
NEW MEXICO 1,528,403 629,732 720,002 789,934 579,388
NEW YORK 26,032,000 24,400,000 23,000,000 21,000,000 21,000,000
NORTH CAROLINA 6,309,010 5,343,030 9,180,000 12,400,900 12,167,200
NORTH DAKOTA 735,616 735,616 764,611 871,714 969,301
OHIO 18,560,384 18,560,384 18,560,384 20,774,472 20,774,472
OKLAHOMA 3,200,000 3,200,000 3,100,000 2,940,000 2,400,000
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 21,441,680 21,441,680
PUERTO RICO 528,000 528,000 528,000 528,000 1,129,820
RHODE ISLAND 2,955,750 2,537,500 2,400,000 2,250,000 1,800,000
SOUTH CAROLINA 1,800,000 804,000 1,800,000 1,800,000 1,800,000
SOUTH DAKOTA 2,634,000 2,586,185 1,565,866 1,667,259 1,360,000
TENNESSEE 3,800,000 2,500,000 1,200,000 3,126,861 1,075,000
TEXAS 14,260,500 17,754,273 24,165,275 25,200,000 26,590,391
UTAH 2,021,687 2,415,240 1,984,582 2,200,000 2,856,704
VERMONT 1,200,000 1,074,598 1,289,696 1,057,024 1,200,000
VIRGIN ISLANDS 67,500 60,000 45,000 60,000 60,001
VIRGINIA 7,427,200 5,964,800 6,600,000 8,000,000 8,000,000
WASHINGTON 13,998,653 14,954,778 14,676,000 15,722,000 15,522,000
WEST VIRGINIA 1,367,000 917,508 2,272,681 2,272,680 2,272,680
WISCONSIN 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,550,000 11,000,000 10,000,000
WYOMING 467,936 467,936 467,936 467,936 600,000
TOTALS $352,687,270 $336,936,143 $338,025,746 $356,379,012 $360,856,163

 

TABLE 26: INCENTIVE PAYMENT ACTUALS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Financial Management.

Note: In FY 2000, one-third of the actual incentive payment was calculated using the Child Support Performance and Incentive Act (CSPIA) formula, while two-thirds were calculated by the old cost-effectiveness formula. In FY 2001, two-thirds of the actual incentive payment was calculated by the CPSIA incentive formula, while one-third reflects calculations based on the old cost-effectiveness formula. From FY 2002 to 2004, the entire payment was determined by the CSPIA formula.

ALABAMA $2,622,414 $3,754,562 $2,900,775 $4,001,595 $3,923,947
ALASKA 2,577,847 2,702,934 1,679,107 2,140,882 1,934,767
ARIZONA 4,304,601 4,405,136 5,206,147 5,065,465 4,992,036
ARKANSAS 2,053,689 1,758,844 3,217,437 3,146,484 3,361,187
CALIFORNIA 79,843,933 55,916,855 36,814,328 45,258,302 43,917,140
COLORADO 5,329,326 5,536,368 5,356,965 4,920,924 4,833,238
CONNECTICUT 6,247,332 6,730,026 5,491,503 3,942,741 3,455,259
DELAWARE 1,124,773 993,292 1,034,185 970,247 1,265,209
DIST. OF COL. 682,369 310,707 502,393 491,354 597,907
FLORIDA 15,143,964 19,399,370 21,261,888 22,545,490 25,086,328
GEORGIA 7,169,140 7,561,064 11,999,643 10,453,125 10,574,394
GUAM 156,346 96,999 101,209 60,339 80,188
HAWAII 1,329,706 1,339,583 973,201 1,588,312 1,566,788
IDAHO 1,178,155 1,556,472 1,650,232 2,216,477 2,335,547
ILLINOIS 9,323,720 7,790,450 6,183,369 7,166,179 8,440,244
INDIANA 3,530,279 3,140,024 5,564,581 5,552,522 7,080,909
IOWA 6,697,354 7,870,287 7,126,528 7,220,705 7,247,439
KANSAS 3,336,584 2,997,169 2,873,656 3,105,801 3,306,309
KENTUCKY 4,893,015 6,850,309 8,088,515 7,954,630 7,627,918
LOUISIANA 2,988,414 3,822,257 4,389,087 6,130,392 5,878,940
MAINE 4,654,351 4,224,106 2,596,197 2,556,766 2,339,229
MARYLAND 5,418,662 5,875,001 8,749,496 6,537,765 5,478,845
MASSACHUSETTS 7,129,319 7,231,742 9,717,960 9,958,854 9,168,115
MICHIGAN 23,289,231 21,313,908 30,128,156 27,371,576 29,072,933
MINNESOTA 10,214,254 13,454,938 13,555,076 13,492,130 13,048,434
MISSISSIPPI 1,914,202 2,479,599 2,526,611 2,482,905 3,246,021
MISSOURI 7,458,028 8,033,993 8,496,830 8,653,176 10,525,886
MONTANA 1,116,229 1,179,885 1,202,605 1,155,004 1,061,120
NEBRASKA 2,436,485 3,541,623 3,056,992 3,089,869 3,635,367
NEVADA 1,779,753 1,676,248 857,000 1,293,543 1,355,443
NEW HAMPSHIRE 1,552,820 1,630,060 1,438,353 1,982,008 1,803,991
NEW JERSEY 12,679,523 13,155,582 17,367,328 17,895,131 16,335,761
NEW MEXICO 987,859 750,855 554,604 672,821 970,705
NEW YORK 28,144,549 21,273,457 30,176,739 30,829,027 26,298,854
NORTH CAROLINA 7,313,966 9,533,938 11,741,877 12,209,075 12,807,092
NORTH DAKOTA 860,308 1,186,961 1,192,916 1,264,209 1,542,418
OHIO 17,651,445 23,676,094 32,204,888 30,351,415 30,840,836
OKLAHOMA 3,088,736 3,091,512 2,899,609 3,056,022 3,437,279
OREGON 5,797,286 7,295,231 6,541,362 6,336,173 5,956,034
PENNSYLVANIA 17,359,096 21,441,680 30,284,824 29,533,145 26,532,361
PUERTO RICO 1,503,185 1,875,374 3,201,676 3,463,489 3,273,456
RHODE ISLAND 2,171,661 1,463,179 1,016,821 962,198 1,270,822
SOUTH CAROLINA 2,471,869 2,642,119 3,899,715 3,928,609 3,605,396
SOUTH DAKOTA 2,798,428 2,726,582 1,656,493 1,660,526 1,517,780
TENNESSEE 4,665,772 5,329,897 6,811,758 7,716,005 7,766,731
TEXAS 18,467,971 27,558,681 33,815,354 36,825,204 35,018,030
UTAH 3,056,105 3,500,081 3,101,832 3,493,011 3,677,929
VERMONT 1,289,698 1,057,025 1,127,161 1,086,334 1,197,334
VIRGIN ISLANDS 97,356 56,636 63,968 99,488 105,718
VIRGINIA 7,489,972 16,924,926 11,212,586 11,431,758 10,673,373
WASHINGTON 15,044,837 16,440,088 15,204,033 14,675,136 13,445,851
WEST VIRGINIA 2,272,682 4,980,279 4,058,389 4,209,015 3,775,411
WISCONSIN 7,791,201 10,307,264 15,924,085 15,632,872 14,529,242
WYOMING 710,503 1,101,877 1,201,957 1,163,775 1,180,509
TOTALS $391,210,303 $412,543,129 $450,000,000 $461,000,000 $454,000,000

 

TABLE 27: MEDICAL SUPPORT PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Forms OCSE-34A line 7b E. Beginning in FY 2004 line 7b G.

ALABAMA $292,550 $303,611 $359,547 $372,050 $342,160
ALASKA 5,998 16,445 10,464 6,985 8,555
ARIZONA 0 0 0 0 0
ARKANSAS 305,424 120,707 138,501 239,123 216,423
CALIFORNIA 5,066,891 8,525,910 368,922 796,603 1,061,949
COLORADO 5,733 3,127 740 3,787 3,615
CONNECTICUT 64,418 79,772 136,606 354,205 593,503
DELAWARE 21,408 26,443 29,501 36,010 39,521
DIST. OF COL. 238,448 102,721 149,800 233,143 229,231
FLORIDA 0 0 7,792 22,754 30,366
GEORGIA 16,353 208,574 226,420 231,326 246,077
GUAM 35,256 30,839 30,215 26,602 21,803
HAWAII 378,924 332,302 413,911 344,003 336,135
IDAHO 1,081,376 676,813 609,944 1,661,958 2,848,561
ILLINOIS 0 0 0 0 0
INDIANA 202,674 456,689 411,857 453,873 546,653
IOWA 485,092 621,495 662,191 680,972 770,815
KANSAS 4,656,260 4,148,965 4,313,569 4,083,310 3,610,404
KENTUCKY 2,694,438 2,792,734 3,194,608 3,298,220 3,832,762
LOUISIANA 69,012 91,712 80,220 110,509 115,419
MAINE 429,638 713,653 611,027 608,540 783,754
MARYLAND 421,696 538,952 566,009 450,512 405,453
MASSACHUSETTS 23,907 53,797 74,810 91,209 163,876
MICHIGAN 22,102,908 17,643,800 18,087,582 20,058,989 22,321,492
MINNESOTA 11,286,647 13,171,565 14,262,838 15,881,127 17,845,897
MISSISSIPPI 71,505 106,081 120,532 136,466 147,060
MISSOURI 102,754 126,508 147,867 169,852 199,923
MONTANA 36,298 49,139 43,102 62,872 54,649
NEBRASKA 883,496 1,237,070 880,627 1,228,726 1,176,127
NEVADA 231,686 495,691 582,367 619,915 691,725
NEW HAMPSHIRE 126,515 124,369 127,618 148,617 177,845
NEW JERSEY 129,356 109,478 81,960 100,579 32,223
NEW MEXICO 6,995 2,773 11,512 -2,067 663
NEW YORK 9,892,998 10,697,892 10,963,135 10,937,799 11,331,547
NORTH CAROLINA 38,418 29,957 31,515 39,085 113,216
NORTH DAKOTA 65,705 48,299 59,443 41,950 108,299
OHIO 6,470,459 4,984,269 4,421,156 3,828,050 4,018,631
OKLAHOMA 17,898 16,013 11,824 7,925 2,842
OREGON 0 0 0 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 2,441,373 2,455,492 2,394,508 2,469,305 2,843,153
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 0 0
RHODE ISLAND 440 386 -696 38,753 605,709
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 82,842 52,223 41,212 72,792 67,989
TENNESSEE 460,787 542,177 744,164 1,072,290 1,518,024
TEXAS 793,376 1,248,066 2,576,777 4,125,595 6,574,581
UTAH 1,061,589 399,842 118,773 107,313 119,543
VERMONT 0 0 36 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 0 347 304
VIRGINIA 5,024 9,630 10,780 3,497 5,295
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 340,394 424,860 700,905 694,431 464,219
WISCONSIN 18,141,864 19,233,093 19,299,911 21,111,629 22,640,735
WYOMING 981,904 1,211,218 1,292,471 1,280,706 1,318,262
TOTALS $92,268,727 $94,265,152 $89,408,573 $98,342,237 $110,586,988

 

TABLE 28: PERCENT OF HEALTH INSURANCE PROVIDED AS ORDERED FOR TWO FISCAL YEARS
STATES Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Ordered
2003
Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Ordered
2004
Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Provided
2003
Cases Where
Health Insurance
is Provided
2004
Percent of
Health Insurance
Provided
as Ordered
2003
Percent of
Health Insurance
Provided as Ordered
2004

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

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 94,914 98,234 879 978 0.9% 1.0%
ALASKA 29,389 28,316 10,190 10,323 34.7% 36.5%
ARIZONA 106,632 114,667 12,962 14,365 12.2% 12.5%
ARKANSAS 64,407 66,124 12,550 14,704 19.5% 22.2%
CALIFORNIA 992,886 1,015,849 198,579 192,319 20.0% 18.9%
COLORADO 70,429 73,518 9,608 11,516 13.6% 15.7%
CONNECTICUT 95,401 100,825 15,572 17,920 16.3% 17.8%
DELAWARE 19,205 20,137 907 1,505 4.7% 7.5%
DIST. OF COL. 1,028 400 0 69 NA NA
FLORIDA 143,120 162,726 7,485 9,755 5.2% 6.0%
GEORGIA 260,138 274,280 23,283 23,262 9.0% 8.5%
GUAM 4,015 4,164 490 543 12.2% 13.0%
HAWAII 22,240 23,508 3,589 4,482 16.1% 19.1%
IDAHO 58,668 64,912 7,380 8,938 12.6% 13.8%
ILLINOIS 118,853 123,270 644 605 0.5% 0.5%
INDIANA 81,014 90,885 490 390 0.6% 0.4%
IOWA 109,198 113,833 23,784 28,799 21.8% 25.3%
KANSAS 28,764 42,992 3,681 6,339 12.8% 14.7%
KENTUCKY 88,196 101,031 4,999 6,519 5.7% 6.5%
LOUISIANA 185,653 16,687 23,231 9,062 12.5% 54.3%
MAINE 25,252 25,622 968 5,694 3.8% 22.2%
MARYLAND 105,717 105,173 40,649 40,801 38.5% 38.8%
MASSACHUSETTS 65,677 73,970 8,368 12,341 12.7% 16.7%
MICHIGAN 152,136 242,572 8,503 35,619 5.6% 14.7%
MINNESOTA 102,682 100,848 40,900 41,300 39.8% 41.0%
MISSISSIPPI 33,098 31,588 5,654 5,263 17.1% 16.7%
MISSOURI 228,965 239,534 44,452 48,518 19.4% 20.3%
MONTANA 25,630 27,363 7,246 8,517 28.3% 31.1%
NEBRASKA 28,357 28,535 0 0 NA NA
NEVADA 50,579 55,084 6,326 10,230 12.5% 18.6%
NEW HAMPSHIRE 17,948 17,412 1,702 1,648 9.5% 9.5%
NEW JERSEY 153,861 157,801 40,151 36,973 26.1% 23.4%
NEW MEXICO 21,759 23,744 3,638 6,636 16.7% 27.9%
NEW YORK 349,959 358,812 0 0 NA NA
NORTH CAROLINA 211,694 216,664 69,707 71,233 32.9% 32.9%
NORTH DAKOTA 21,104 22,553 9,679 11,834 45.9% 52.5%
OHIO 156,095 178,181 110,590 129,538 70.8% 72.7%
OKLAHOMA 79,628 87,095 0 0 NA NA
OREGON 122,058 101,350 29,087 29,204 23.8% 28.8%
PENNSYLVANIA 128,317 134,444 92,836 110,180 72.3% 82.0%
PUERTO RICO 50 47 23 23 46.0% 48.9%
RHODE ISLAND 22,078 21,795 4,480 4,700 20.3% 21.6%
SOUTH CAROLINA 49,627 49,302 11,909 11,434 24.0% 23.2%
SOUTH DAKOTA 20,223 20,965 4,606 5,556 22.8% 26.5%
TENNESSEE 117,173 121,985 24,210 32,340 20.7% 26.5%
TEXAS 509,695 549,291 100,645 93,040 19.7% 16.9%
UTAH 31,802 49,499 22,987 23,146 72.3% 46.8%
VERMONT 8,823 8,749 6,699 6,539 75.9% 74.7%
VIRGIN ISLANDS 74 203 0 1 NA NA
VIRGINIA 163,147 169,043 18,131 19,686 11.1% 11.6%
WASHINGTON 230,726 241,021 55,138 54,461 23.9% 22.6%
WEST VIRGINIA 42,052 48,301 5,045 5,988 12.0% 12.4%
WISCONSIN 195,785 206,490 45,747 49,349 23.4% 23.9%
WYOMING 14,603 14,551 4,369 5,032 29.9% 34.6%
TOTALS 6,060,524 6,265,945 1,184,748 1,279,217 19.5% 20.4%

 

TABLE 29: PERCENT OF CASES WITH ORDERS IN WHICH MEDICAL SUPPORT IS ORDERED FOR TWO FISCAL YEARS
STATES Cases Where
Medical Support
is Ordered
2003
Cases Where
Medical Support
is Ordered
2004
Cases with
Support Orders
Established
2003
Cases with
Support Orders
Established
2004
Percent of
Cases with Orders
for Medical Support
2003
Percent of
Cases with Orders
for Medical Support
2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 21 and 2.

ALABAMA 95,795 99,049 173,355 173,462 55.3% 57.1%
ALASKA 29,444 28,384 38,425 40,410 76.6% 70.2%
ARIZONA 113,603 122,193 155,960 164,986 72.8% 74.1%
ARKANSAS 73,927 74,793 101,438 100,645 72.9% 74.3%
CALIFORNIA 1,020,570 1,039,316 1,402,456 1,411,708 72.8% 73.6%
COLORADO 70,439 73,530 115,526 118,894 61.0% 61.8%
CONNECTICUT 95,544 101,051 138,368 141,627 69.1% 71.4%
DELAWARE 19,221 20,154 38,896 39,902 49.4% 50.5%
DIST. OF COL. 25,751 25,603 33,585 32,425 76.7% 79.0%
FLORIDA 173,564 196,361 456,291 484,519 38.0% 40.5%
GEORGIA 261,950 276,251 335,901 347,700 78.0% 79.5%
GUAM 4,032 4,179 6,170 6,316 65.3% 66.2%
HAWAII 22,285 23,552 59,388 57,296 37.5% 41.1%
IDAHO 58,723 64,972 68,080 74,261 86.3% 87.5%
ILLINOIS 120,442 125,185 338,350 329,976 35.6% 37.9%
INDIANA 391 446 226,365 230,270 0.2% 0.2%
IOWA 109,861 114,485 155,262 156,317 70.8% 73.2%
KANSAS 31,421 46,844 91,699 96,032 34.3% 48.8%
KENTUCKY 96,510 110,417 226,943 240,304 42.5% 45.9%
LOUISIANA 186,001 193,309 186,460 196,532 NA 98.4%
MAINE 39,129 39,713 57,857 57,981 67.6% 68.5%
MARYLAND 106,248 105,668 215,308 206,398 49.3% 51.2%
MASSACHUSETTS 65,679 74,165 181,764 190,187 36.1% 39.0%
MICHIGAN 728,270 750,431 758,992 769,462 96.0% 97.5%
MINNESOTA 146,407 152,971 194,649 199,585 75.2% 76.6%
MISSISSIPPI 68,829 71,603 149,632 154,018 46.0% 46.5%
MISSOURI 232,566 243,916 305,045 309,084 76.2% 78.9%
MONTANA 26,687 28,106 31,930 32,945 83.6% 85.3%
NEBRASKA 28,437 28,639 75,991 78,126 37.4% 36.7%
NEVADA 51,243 55,703 63,254 66,771 81.0% 83.4%
NEW HAMPSHIRE 22,104 22,183 30,876 30,528 71.6% 72.7%
NEW JERSEY 153,997 157,945 273,758 287,313 56.3% 55.0%
NEW MEXICO 21,799 23,800 33,099 36,023 65.9% 66.1%
NEW YORK 360,889 370,073 672,107 702,944 53.7% 52.6%
NORTH CAROLINA 215,580 220,648 319,097 322,516 67.6% 68.4%
NORTH DAKOTA 24,331 26,327 29,248 30,607 NA 86.0%
OHIO 376,247 407,287 653,255 671,682 57.6% 60.6%
OKLAHOMA 82,746 90,342 97,078 105,298 85.2% 85.8%
OREGON 122,058 101,350 169,658 168,055 71.9% 60.3%
PENNSYLVANIA 205,988 219,483 481,416 476,882 42.8% 46.0%
PUERTO RICO 76 73 153,442 157,700 0.0% 0.0%
RHODE ISLAND 22,425 23,110 35,490 35,801 63.2% 64.6%
SOUTH CAROLINA 49,694 49,368 154,807 158,471 32.1% 31.2%
SOUTH DAKOTA 20,223 20,965 27,268 28,010 74.2% 74.8%
TENNESSEE 113,383 117,392 216,448 220,563 52.4% 53.2%
TEXAS 557,350 598,236 679,020 729,063 82.1% 82.1%
UTAH 59,251 59,369 63,971 63,110 92.6% 94.1%
VERMONT 8,833 8,759 21,182 20,673 41.7% 42.4%
VIRGIN ISLANDS 109 253 6,234 6,411 1.7% 3.9%
VIRGINIA 163,262 169,165 289,822 294,424 56.3% 57.5%
WASHINGTON 231,288 241,510 287,032 297,291 80.6% 81.2%
WEST VIRGINIA 55,378 60,923 89,145 92,821 62.1% 65.6%
WISCONSIN 196,913 207,476 273,660 278,205 72.0% 74.6%
WYOMING 20,079 20,930 30,921 31,073 64.9% 67.4%
TOTALS 7,186,972 7,507,956 11,471,374 11,753,603 62.7% 63.9%

 

TABLE 30: ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $57,092,080 $54,278,956 $62,813,312 $64,233,813 $62,916,747
ALASKA 21,504,796 22,092,393 20,964,504 21,682,477 20,889,915
ARIZONA 60,566,506 58,584,065 61,488,020 58,995,755 63,112,674
ARKANSAS 40,532,021 47,569,896 53,325,544 47,676,023 40,962,098
CALIFORNIA 675,981,358 808,709,471 967,850,687 972,416,111 1,078,618,454
COLORADO 63,147,019 60,876,554 63,345,963 72,067,723 69,830,659
CONNECTICUT 55,368,897 56,873,037 62,248,498 59,275,853 76,443,536
DELAWARE 18,724,440 21,712,899 18,490,612 22,899,696 23,836,341
DIST. OF COL. 16,005,125 19,881,072 18,355,923 24,481,801 16,413,838
FLORIDA 216,327,472 221,859,069 228,940,447 230,616,251 246,281,985
GEORGIA 110,417,715 109,061,284 109,974,793 114,088,857 112,113,933
GUAM 3,177,131 6,108,949 5,180,595 4,404,764 4,656,068
HAWAII 16,440,967 11,868,581 12,204,056 16,076,982 9,987,322
IDAHO 19,708,904 21,605,663 19,943,957 19,868,113 20,414,880
ILLINOIS 158,739,966 180,022,464 175,628,019 191,741,466 172,726,567
INDIANA 50,509,947 60,685,358 57,415,767 54,842,575 65,083,192
IOWA 54,642,292 47,424,101 47,746,323 51,434,609 52,734,715
KANSAS 51,219,331 55,208,471 57,070,901 50,083,945 50,754,022
KENTUCKY 59,654,701 64,278,264 62,855,131 60,998,713 57,067,459
LOUISIANA 46,501,951 56,833,777 57,086,791 57,084,130 59,120,674
MAINE 19,891,875 16,665,505 23,605,032 20,634,465 24,120,328
MARYLAND 109,816,813 96,380,664 101,356,950 97,134,343 100,371,995
MASSACHUSETTS 95,727,805 74,245,930 73,157,946 81,756,096 94,611,214
MICHIGAN 246,924,580 290,607,893 317,969,745 297,044,266 267,174,735
MINNESOTA 120,238,329 128,135,742 136,841,446 142,542,751 142,912,641
MISSISSIPPI 31,351,978 28,152,230 25,093,407 24,643,581 24,185,977
MISSOURI 106,566,487 102,962,421 93,519,925 92,119,226 87,678,856
MONTANA 13,356,202 12,366,610 12,488,346 14,368,225 13,399,195
NEBRASKA 38,324,928 48,599,097 51,452,821 47,362,837 45,084,471
NEVADA 41,050,965 33,214,421 40,122,603 39,823,537 40,497,262
NEW HAMPSHIRE 16,004,941 14,682,375 18,740,756 18,125,076 16,244,978
NEW JERSEY 156,961,031 145,758,766 169,893,050 170,238,325 185,918,148
NEW MEXICO 33,642,649 45,490,339 39,663,969 42,850,806 39,892,937
NEW YORK 239,933,915 241,496,134 306,731,258 287,129,649 324,634,090
NORTH CAROLINA 111,574,925 115,865,908 114,731,870 107,657,065 114,005,360
NORTH DAKOTA 9,746,769 12,130,901 11,793,383 11,645,878 11,843,765
OHIO 301,987,183 359,069,774 344,634,577 335,322,308 308,380,120
OKLAHOMA 42,613,621 44,775,915 52,282,771 50,470,419 46,684,484
OREGON 49,500,340 44,843,700 51,552,166 56,012,319 52,335,329
PENNSYLVANIA 199,449,743 184,690,363 200,473,876 205,750,237 202,107,979
PUERTO RICO 30,057,676 36,812,176 34,938,437 42,688,161 31,845,329
RHODE ISLAND 11,783,959 12,423,716 12,692,034 12,325,753 11,820,855
SOUTH CAROLINA 39,295,587 47,831,468 40,281,284 38,731,071 35,384,236
SOUTH DAKOTA 7,099,472 6,873,113 7,434,866 7,495,613 8,273,943
TENNESSEE 55,776,197 59,951,980 76,715,673 69,969,809 80,101,558
TEXAS 207,392,384 238,817,225 265,126,381 288,660,594 276,817,795
UTAH 37,027,913 37,350,946 36,816,553 35,663,343 36,952,849
VERMONT 10,313,647 11,156,171 11,146,668 11,853,275 12,157,120
VIRGIN ISLANDS 5,330,740 7,477,516 5,289,924 4,801,753 5,506,548
VIRGINIA 79,436,342 73,398,552 76,276,031 79,061,476 86,120,479
WASHINGTON 129,378,306 134,257,031 127,203,755 140,225,984 139,275,739
WEST VIRGINIA 31,163,641 31,747,240 32,855,073 36,674,530 38,168,078
WISCONSIN 90,127,039 99,446,924 97,279,925 100,556,292 103,405,275
WYOMING 10,660,549 12,021,129 10,223,927 9,399,650 10,382,385
TOTALS $4,525,771,150 $4,835,234,199 $5,183,316,271 $5,215,708,370 $5,322,261,132

 

TABLE 31: FEDERAL SHARE OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $38,132,032 $36,744,016 $41,772,350 $42,757,751 $41,878,446
ALASKA 14,486,488 14,741,524 13,850,492 14,332,398 13,802,424
ARIZONA 40,397,458 38,820,223 40,633,973 38,999,968 41,691,702
ARKANSAS 27,620,376 31,493,601 35,292,028 31,547,881 27,096,681
CALIFORNIA 446,933,240 535,842,556 640,414,803 642,350,175 712,257,021
COLORADO 42,090,798 40,177,680 42,203,602 47,589,134 46,105,648
CONNECTICUT 36,723,780 37,646,485 41,137,173 39,155,628 50,500,252
DELAWARE 12,474,637 14,534,706 12,220,632 15,127,577 15,748,564
DIST. OF COL. 10,580,057 13,244,904 12,123,785 16,166,075 10,844,775
FLORIDA 143,241,739 149,710,348 151,549,303 152,703,395 163,004,508
GEORGIA 73,634,375 72,837,316 72,856,621 75,756,290 74,317,016
GUAM 2,135,682 4,316,712 3,423,657 2,912,345 3,079,605
HAWAII 10,866,549 7,831,056 8,075,600 10,626,329 6,605,777
IDAHO 13,065,847 14,632,423 13,195,260 13,142,229 13,503,603
ILLINOIS 105,026,795 119,408,267 116,658,654 126,727,501 114,187,371
INDIANA 33,515,020 42,302,273 38,171,773 36,391,258 43,156,405
IOWA 36,125,538 31,349,034 31,562,743 34,005,911 34,840,160
KANSAS 34,674,699 36,444,977 37,673,723 33,081,053 33,511,759
KENTUCKY 39,506,005 43,592,038 41,644,637 40,428,039 37,841,507
LOUISIANA 31,133,247 38,700,479 38,010,816 37,916,604 39,245,539
MAINE 13,170,118 11,580,181 15,608,293 13,630,409 15,945,077
MARYLAND 73,280,089 64,039,641 66,972,127 64,131,993 66,306,822
MASSACHUSETTS 63,663,938 49,200,301 48,348,358 54,028,092 62,511,709
MICHIGAN 164,800,030 193,569,295 209,999,856 196,155,248 176,461,712
MINNESOTA 79,516,883 84,707,570 90,481,729 94,266,376 94,516,910
MISSISSIPPI 20,896,120 18,892,124 16,746,999 16,436,988 16,148,807
MISSOURI 70,649,476 69,595,403 62,026,337 61,119,881 58,125,720
MONTANA 8,865,844 8,214,285 8,272,313 9,494,652 8,859,284
NEBRASKA 25,376,800 32,796,253 34,022,260 31,326,226 29,817,974
NEVADA 27,274,626 22,345,234 26,508,244 26,313,572 26,761,682
NEW HAMPSHIRE 10,585,731 9,715,420 12,598,325 11,986,462 10,745,289
NEW JERSEY 103,676,472 96,997,418 112,259,046 112,442,757 122,794,430
NEW MEXICO 22,388,526 30,534,508 26,199,265 28,323,847 26,349,330
NEW YORK 158,669,369 160,093,567 202,847,433 189,833,926 214,702,411
NORTH CAROLINA 73,879,898 76,703,767 75,961,551 71,272,669 75,469,189
NORTH DAKOTA 6,444,502 8,034,034 7,789,975 7,693,245 7,824,566
OHIO 200,995,238 239,846,085 228,191,923 222,063,568 203,632,344
OKLAHOMA 28,695,749 29,676,473 34,841,729 33,395,292 30,862,130
OREGON 32,818,274 29,701,975 34,060,493 37,008,214 34,567,709
PENNSYLVANIA 131,843,008 122,095,872 132,475,460 135,933,988 133,509,782
PUERTO RICO 20,027,514 24,317,442 23,141,964 28,196,327 21,044,351
RHODE ISLAND 7,893,867 8,304,286 8,376,742 8,166,459 7,817,476
SOUTH CAROLINA 26,177,697 32,552,670 26,701,035 25,683,952 23,467,802
SOUTH DAKOTA 4,822,185 4,631,093 4,925,871 4,962,646 5,463,363
TENNESSEE 37,822,999 40,081,888 50,968,814 46,579,136 53,205,964
TEXAS 137,896,348 159,072,724 176,302,824 191,399,487 183,603,791
UTAH 24,486,318 24,704,318 24,327,960 23,583,303 24,463,269
VERMONT 6,930,363 7,614,610 7,383,287 7,841,501 8,040,693
VIRGIN ISLANDS 3,525,292 5,324,830 3,496,995 3,174,084 3,636,911
VIRGINIA 52,955,557 48,970,714 50,490,635 52,289,084 56,964,053
WASHINGTON 85,354,185 88,637,429 83,990,215 92,654,896 92,013,706
WEST VIRGINIA 20,953,998 21,291,080 21,755,127 24,257,381 25,252,781
WISCONSIN 60,411,106 65,867,266 64,429,060 66,655,011 68,468,736
WYOMING 7,248,702 8,077,343 6,757,440 6,213,885 6,862,165
TOTALS $3,006,361,184 $3,222,157,717 $3,431,731,310 $3,450,232,098 $3,519,436,701

 

TABLE 32: STATE SHARE OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $18,960,048 $17,534,940 $21,040,962 $21,476,062 $21,038,301
ALASKA 7,018,308 7,350,869 7,114,012 7,350,079 7,087,491
ARIZONA 20,169,048 19,763,842 20,854,047 19,995,787 21,420,972
ARKANSAS 12,911,645 16,076,295 18,033,516 16,128,142 13,865,417
CALIFORNIA 229,048,118 272,866,915 327,435,884 330,065,936 366,361,433
COLORADO 21,056,221 20,698,874 21,142,361 24,478,589 23,725,011
CONNECTICUT 18,645,117 19,226,552 21,111,325 20,120,225 25,943,284
DELAWARE 6,249,803 7,178,193 6,269,980 7,772,119 8,087,777
DIST. OF COL. 5,425,068 6,636,168 6,232,138 8,315,726 5,569,063
FLORIDA 73,085,733 72,148,721 77,391,144 77,912,856 83,277,477
GEORGIA 36,783,340 36,223,968 37,118,172 38,332,567 37,796,917
GUAM 1,041,449 1,792,237 1,756,938 1,492,419 1,576,463
HAWAII 5,574,418 4,037,525 4,128,456 5,450,653 3,381,545
IDAHO 6,643,057 6,973,240 6,748,697 6,725,884 6,911,277
ILLINOIS 53,713,171 60,614,197 58,969,365 65,013,965 58,539,196
INDIANA 16,994,927 18,383,085 19,243,994 18,451,317 21,926,787
IOWA 18,516,754 16,075,067 16,183,580 17,428,698 17,894,555
KANSAS 16,544,632 18,763,494 19,397,178 17,002,892 17,242,263
KENTUCKY 20,148,696 20,686,226 21,210,494 20,570,674 19,225,952
LOUISIANA 15,368,704 18,133,298 19,075,975 19,167,526 19,875,135
MAINE 6,721,757 5,085,324 7,996,739 7,004,056 8,175,251
MARYLAND 36,536,724 32,341,023 34,384,823 33,002,350 34,065,173
MASSACHUSETTS 32,063,867 25,045,629 24,809,588 27,728,004 32,099,505
MICHIGAN 82,124,550 97,038,598 107,969,889 100,889,018 90,713,023
MINNESOTA 40,721,446 43,428,172 46,359,717 48,276,375 48,395,731
MISSISSIPPI 10,455,858 9,260,106 8,346,408 8,206,593 8,037,170
MISSOURI 35,917,011 33,367,018 31,493,588 30,999,345 29,553,136
MONTANA 4,490,358 4,152,325 4,216,033 4,873,573 4,539,911
NEBRASKA 12,948,128 15,802,844 17,430,561 16,036,611 15,266,497
NEVADA 13,776,339 10,869,187 13,614,359 13,509,965 13,735,580
NEW HAMPSHIRE 5,419,210 4,966,955 6,142,431 6,138,614 5,499,689
NEW JERSEY 53,284,559 48,761,348 57,634,004 57,795,568 63,123,718
NEW MEXICO 11,254,123 14,955,831 13,464,704 14,526,959 13,543,607
NEW YORK 81,264,546 81,402,567 103,883,825 97,295,723 109,931,679
NORTH CAROLINA 37,695,027 39,162,141 38,770,319 36,384,396 38,536,171
NORTH DAKOTA 3,302,267 4,096,867 4,003,408 3,952,633 4,019,199
OHIO 100,991,945 119,223,689 116,442,654 113,258,740 104,747,776
OKLAHOMA 13,917,872 15,099,442 17,441,042 17,075,127 15,822,354
OREGON 16,682,066 15,141,725 17,491,673 17,932,555 17,767,620
PENNSYLVANIA 67,606,735 62,594,491 67,998,416 69,816,249 68,597,788
PUERTO RICO 10,030,162 12,494,734 11,796,473 14,491,834 10,800,978
RHODE ISLAND 3,890,092 4,119,430 4,315,292 4,159,294 4,003,379
SOUTH CAROLINA 13,117,890 15,278,798 13,580,249 13,047,119 11,916,434
SOUTH DAKOTA 2,277,287 2,242,020 2,508,995 2,532,967 2,810,580
TENNESSEE 17,953,198 19,870,092 25,746,859 23,390,673 26,895,594
TEXAS 69,496,036 79,744,501 88,823,557 97,261,107 93,214,004
UTAH 12,541,595 12,646,628 12,488,593 12,080,040 12,489,580
VERMONT 3,383,284 3,541,561 3,763,381 4,011,774 4,116,427
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1,805,448 2,152,686 1,792,929 1,627,669 1,869,637
VIRGINIA 26,480,785 24,427,838 25,785,396 26,772,392 29,156,426
WASHINGTON 44,024,121 45,619,602 43,213,540 47,571,088 47,262,033
WEST VIRGINIA 10,209,643 10,456,160 11,099,946 12,417,149 12,915,297
WISCONSIN 29,715,933 33,579,658 32,850,865 33,901,281 34,936,539
WYOMING 3,411,847 3,943,786 3,466,487 3,185,765 3,520,220
TOTALS $1,519,409,966 $1,613,076,482 $1,751,584,961 $1,764,404,722 $1,802,824,022

 

TABLE 33: NON-IV-D COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $0 $0 $0 $0 $538,565
ALASKA 0 0 0 0 0
ARIZONA 1,045,513 764,958 1,203,465 1,077,797 1,080,986
ARKANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 0 4,899,364 0 0 0
COLORADO 0 0 0 0 0
CONNECTICUT 0 0 0 0 0
DELAWARE 214,593 282,017 265,174 262,033 294,835
DIST. OF COL. 0 69,529 727,193 0 0
FLORIDA 0 0 3,888,255 3,589,186 3,650,153
GEORGIA 0 0 0 595,429 870,997
GUAM 0 0 0 206,156 566,929
HAWAII 649,780 -213,672 129,982 140,599 64,190
IDAHO 0 443,396 0 0 0
ILLINOIS 0 0 0 0 0
INDIANA 0 0 0 0 0
IOWA 86,267 96,754 98,237 84,546 78,864
KANSAS 0 1,114,733 2,077,948 2,230,911 1,937,272
KENTUCKY 229,616 148,425 257,497 336,362 294,981
LOUISIANA 0 0 0 0 0
MAINE 8,029 9,836 11,162 10,134 19,201
MARYLAND 0 0 0 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 0 0 0 0 33,000
MICHIGAN 0 0 0 0 0
MINNESOTA 0 0 0 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 0 0 0 0 0
MISSOURI 0 22,860 324,917 618,478 508,056
MONTANA 14,366 15,109 53,424 58,003 39,643
NEBRASKA 0 0 0 0 621,445
NEVADA 86 29 0 0 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 0 0
NEW JERSEY 92,438 60,954 115,187 211,721 126,033
NEW MEXICO 891,821 804,094 871,835 1,240,176 1,187,242
NEW YORK 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 0 304,150 225,739 187,868 374,705
NORTH DAKOTA 0 14,823 236,003 204,487 275,980
OHIO 3,145,009 3,379,704 2,343,036 2,016,855 2,068,744
OKLAHOMA 0 0 0 0 0
OREGON 0 0 0 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 0 0 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 35,891 0
RHODE ISLAND 40,168 33,782 67,128 73,495 70,186
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 0 0 0 0 0
TENNESSEE 0 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 85 1,063,289 1,965,266 6,100,540 9,002,038
UTAH 132,367 125,387 111,258 115,769 118,046
VERMONT 68,910 72,706 0 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 167,044 0 0 0 0
VIRGINIA 0 101,198 245,170 165,433 188,044
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 0 0 0 0 0
WISCONSIN 601,850 838,870 823,661 712,458 923,453
WYOMING 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS $7,387,942 $14,452,295 $16,041,537 $20,274,327 $24,933,588

 

TABLE 34: ADP EXPENDITURES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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 until 2004. Beginning in FY 2004, line 6 is at the 66% rate.

ALABAMA $16,612,254 $15,742,227 $15,431,786 $14,700,128 $13,791,278
ALASKA 2,289,591 3,284,182 3,478,247 3,403,826 2,866,709
ARIZONA 2,626,823 734,095 0 0 0
ARKANSAS 20,058,890 19,508,531 27,347,386 18,295,916 10,440,056
CALIFORNIA 88,009,083 113,707,193 136,426,099 145,844,663 262,601,052
COLORADO 3,832,220 1,944,787 2,365,473 2,062,563 2,126,019
CONNECTICUT 1,567,537 1,290,699 1,705,391 3,081,192 2,188,399
DELAWARE 2,380,056 3,822,041 1,827,816 2,169,363 2,109,591
DIST. OF COL. 7,661,441 6,438,780 6,009,158 5,879,439 3,394,617
FLORIDA 22,119,034 29,881,146 28,673,125 26,302,682 37,430,184
GEORGIA 25,751,129 24,902,850 26,596,590 26,614,245 23,157,716
GUAM 651,310 3,622,927 2,407,852 1,484,324 1,292,500
HAWAII 3,906,096 2,142,294 292,027 -2,226,948 -2,018
IDAHO 5,379,005 4,164,083 3,672,809 3,708,215 4,329,476
ILLINOIS 24,825,036 16,781,590 20,818,012 27,533,855 27,433,829
INDIANA 21,848,002 27,144,112 19,438,549 15,439,133 16,448,956
IOWA 15,623,623 7,262,983 7,477,317 9,042,850 10,623,046
KANSAS 17,859,008 16,242,139 13,684,811 9,474,273 8,002,986
KENTUCKY 7,659,594 7,663,823 6,412,120 5,713,739 6,181,177
LOUISIANA 1,524,575 6,949,679 5,989,296 2,484,881 2,228,714
MAINE 1,699,046 1,523,224 2,122,564 1,176,494 1,030,500
MARYLAND 18,974,267 13,659,942 7,384,346 1,649,009 9,654,463
MASSACHUSETTS 14,211,412 13,871,878 14,530,241 20,488,831 27,017,390
MICHIGAN 80,518,933 108,064,808 133,025,525 126,409,009 72,487,042
MINNESOTA 27,840,481 30,250,823 30,288,359 30,540,244 27,228,734
MISSISSIPPI 1,845,802 2,615,066 2,091,765 1,930,835 1,796,203
MISSOURI 26,954,613 23,406,108 12,592,502 11,593,405 11,288,582
MONTANA 4,933,275 2,761,024 4,649,922 2,063,104 2,904,823
NEBRASKA 15,620,003 20,299,796 19,642,808 19,461,538 18,190,574
NEVADA 8,011,860 6,128,478 7,231,911 5,429,931 4,406,662
NEW HAMPSHIRE 4,313,426 2,869,995 4,462,473 2,742,974 1,919,582
NEW JERSEY 10,215,378 8,788,423 11,496,457 10,224,959 15,417,999
NEW MEXICO 16,386,721 27,511,201 11,774,391 10,743,339 8,477,846
NEW YORK 13,742,673 22,418,170 16,707,778 14,547,175 15,554,324
NORTH CAROLINA 17,704,524 20,635,221 19,460,940 10,631,237 12,989,102
NORTH DAKOTA 2,720,325 2,925,846 3,563,212 3,096,967 3,030,984
OHIO 65,803,840 77,555,478 57,108,342 43,795,094 41,964,733
OKLAHOMA 6,585,650 6,894,745 3,166,235 1,569,271 1,543,149
OREGON 2,137,301 1,612,908 1,990,955 1,856,176 3,062,678
PENNSYLVANIA 56,397,914 35,521,404 36,443,208 33,570,835 39,737,679
PUERTO RICO 1,466,022 1,492,379 3,403,144 7,481,978 4,726,563
RHODE ISLAND 1,449,565 1,168,320 511,752 583,273 571,411
SOUTH CAROLINA 6,056,685 13,000,365 5,236,425 4,544,475 3,765,520
SOUTH DAKOTA 916,659 952,251 842,269 756,792 1,030,672
TENNESSEE 16,596,801 16,411,307 18,694,129 17,528,692 15,901,395
TEXAS 37,315,303 43,695,156 46,076,972 47,400,889 41,502,366
UTAH 7,507,186 6,907,208 6,864,622 6,417,751 6,956,804
VERMONT 1,087,829 2,020,518 659,313 536,080 806,060
VIRGIN ISLANDS 1,652,204 3,742,377 1,468,418 1,470,163 1,452,952
VIRGINIA 13,464,831 11,949,362 12,430,114 15,409,605 19,750,167
WASHINGTON 13,985,589 12,416,520 11,003,741 10,739,742 3,284,272
WEST VIRGINIA 6,053,717 5,830,648 2,994,627 2,461,971 2,404,887
WISCONSIN 28,939,333 18,376,427 24,585,299 19,975,520 19,698,476
WYOMING 2,093,753 2,709,788 2,537,043 1,829,932 1,761,502
TOTALS $827,387,228 $883,217,325 $867,095,666 $811,665,629 $879,960,383

 

TABLE 35: EXPENDITURES FOR LABORATORY TESTS FOR PATERNITY ESTABLISHMENT FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS FEES
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-396A line 8 A+C.
ALABAMA $1,150,066 $1,194,178 $1,314,848 $1,514,312 $1,472,476
ALASKA 45,064 69,417 57,998 91,514 62,822
ARIZONA 335,169 277,724 216,177 261,542 155,579
ARKANSAS 463,829 406,124 404,870 340,438 257,065
CALIFORNIA 3,273,093 2,046,122 2,063,898 2,246,615 1,536,847
COLORADO 224,851 -3,530 92,075 101,822 72,550
CONNECTICUT 173,749 175,389 159,607 139,853 197,987
DELAWARE 88,106 90,747 70,114 57,405 69,078
DIST. OF COL. 69,482 59,301 36,981 33,687 48,503
FLORIDA 1,376,595 1,623,623 1,869,190 2,069,451 1,909,990
GEORGIA 1,039,464 1,119,825 1,138,568 1,271,412 1,340,912
GUAM 29,410 17,531 18,600 21,670 27,500
HAWAII 64,634 -9,208 87,179 64,667 58,931
IDAHO 241,546 146,629 134,367 121,982 124,088
ILLINOIS 481,608 693,357 764,237 746,412 782,654
INDIANA 743,562 692,605 850,743 813,151 839,585
IOWA 256,775 204,693 209,036 246,117 146,868
KANSAS 85,983 30,774 28,866 106,873 58,769
KENTUCKY 557,930 527,126 667,709 703,694 737,428
LOUISIANA 1,670,872 1,418,208 1,023,244 1,004,484 941,226
MAINE 172,844 141,668 120,715 48,596 106,923
MARYLAND 598,466 969,209 318,910 97,190 255,437
MASSACHUSETTS 344,864 321,828 267,142 287,787 284,613
MICHIGAN 549,458 853,756 582,606 441,807 526,605
MINNESOTA 664,947 574,915 693,228 784,000 810,684
MISSISSIPPI 748,131 829,246 772,299 717,602 775,259
MISSOURI 1,314,980 1,118,301 1,263,281 1,338,294 1,073,640
MONTANA 45,071 75,051 125,020 48,433 65,896
NEBRASKA 343,112 277,507 264,155 278,137 259,261
NEVADA 110,890 66,380 113,862 125,143 139,541
NEW HAMPSHIRE 82,725 104,383 109,087 99,633 98,347
NEW JERSEY 342,467 368,711 371,032 356,099 368,554
NEW MEXICO 103,711 100,589 87,681 176,309 83,293
NEW YORK 1,014,757 748,623 1,136,856 1,368,150 1,849,631
NORTH CAROLINA 919,444 967,778 993,822 912,531 940,214
NORTH DAKOTA 30,711 32,676 26,425 29,023 31,997
OHIO 3,767,181 3,601,754 3,054,600 3,128,519 422,775
OKLAHOMA 486,995 294,940 272,154 353,399 209,877
OREGON 373,130 164,694 106,914 185,952 109,951
PENNSYLVANIA 818,044 656,919 677,921 578,479 494,930
PUERTO RICO 37,383 89,191 76,875 92,247 110,137
RHODE ISLAND 0 0 0 131,084 65,467
SOUTH CAROLINA 1,010,872 569,694 480,786 506,015 475,860
SOUTH DAKOTA 128,196 67,898 78,579 64,747 10,666
TENNESSEE 1,170,050 1,098,644 1,401,956 1,662,766 1,412,233
TEXAS 2,644,862 2,862,993 3,073,747 3,321,203 3,766,854
UTAH 183,739 97,351 120,980 189,566 309,956
VERMONT 97,194 109,193 110,358 76,416 70,810
VIRGIN ISLANDS 29,180 24,231 23,525 20,525 10,791
VIRGINIA 970,667 614,466 276,878 452,124 518,898
WASHINGTON -147,907 115,788 148,905 440,607 382,151
WEST VIRGINIA 281,555 172,106 294,911 217,453 257,699
WISCONSIN 580,869 917,256 934,619 1,199,418 921,887
WYOMING 48,140 52,276 40,205 42,146 40,795
TOTALS $32,238,516 $29,840,650 $29,628,341 $31,728,501 $28,102,490

 

TABLE 36: FEES AND COSTS RECOVERED, FY 2004
STATES FPLS 1 CSENet 2 Pre-Offset Other

1 Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS)

2 Child Support Enforcement Network (CSENet)

ALABAMA $117,629 $30,196 $0 $0
ALASKA 18,137 4,656 0 0
ARIZONA 93,953 24,120 57,924 0
ARKANSAS 50,366 12,928 0 0
CALIFORNIA 744,845 191,212 0 0
COLORADO 62,538 16,056 0 0
CONNECTICUT 75,606 19,408 0 0
DELAWARE 19,743 5,068 0 0
DIST. OF COL. 38,836 9,968 0 0
FLORIDA 300,109 77,044 60,646 0
GEORGIA 209,277 53,724 115,852 9,597
GUAM 3,549 912 1,727 0
HAWAII 26,695 6,852 5,933 0
IDAHO 26,728 6,860 8,314 0
ILLINOIS 302,097 77,550 0 0
INDIANA 161,937 41,572 30,332 0
IOWA 63,600 16,328 14,373 0
KANSAS 50,602 12,992 11,871 0
KENTUCKY 105,537 27,092 0 0
LOUISIANA 108,989 27,980 0 0
MAINE 23,842 6,120 0 0
MARYLAND 122,531 31,456 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 80,525 20,672 0 0
MICHIGAN 452,137 116,072 59,667 0
MINNESOTA 83,794 21,512 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 94,913 24,364 0 0
MISSOURI 129,346 33,204 23,581 0
MONTANA 14,034 3,604 12,135 0
NEBRASKA 39,067 10,028 0 0
NEVADA 31,501 8,088 7,629 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 15,380 3,948 11,467 0
NEW JERSEY 150,523 38,640 96,083 0
NEW MEXICO 30,253 7,768 19,360 883,576
NEW YORK 396,046 101,672 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 168,096 43,152 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 13,790 3,540 0 0
OHIO 305,832 78,512 129,898 0
OKLAHOMA 47,458 12,184 15,723 0
OREGON 88,844 22,808 0 0
PENNSYLVANIA 268,372 68,896 45,145 0
PUERTO RICO 75,508 19,384 0 0
RHODE ISLAND 23,442 6,016 0 0
SOUTH CAROLINA 78,361 20,116 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 11,010 2,828 3,010 0
TENNESSEE 163,396 41,948 0 0
TEXAS 353,239 90,680 80,749 0
UTAH 33,615 8,628 0 0
VERMONT 8,266 2,124 2,298 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 3,956 1,016 0 0
VIRGINIA 138,664 35,596 97,004 0
WASHINGTON 122,828 31,532 30,682 0
WEST VIRGINIA 42,775 10,980 0 0
WISCONSIN 135,253 34,720 0 0
WYOMING 18,617 4,780 0 0
TOTALS $6,345,987 $1,629,106 $941,403 $893,173
Source: Form OCSE-396A line 11 line 12 line 13 line 14

 

TABLE 37: FEES RETAINED BY OTHER STATES FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Source: Form OCSE-34A line 13.
ALABAMA $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,715
ALASKA 1,001 1,129 2,212 3,646 6,251
ARIZONA 0 0 0 0 0
ARKANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 9,339 11,553 11,105 8,371 19,321
COLORADO 0 1,798 0 5,009 6,006
CONNECTICUT 0 0 0 109,175 0
DELAWARE 0 0 0 2,295 3,546
DIST. OF COL. 0 0 0 0 0
FLORIDA 0 0 0 0 50,840
GEORGIA 0 0 489 23,591 19,574
GUAM 0 0 0 0 0
HAWAII 0 0 78 668 617
IDAHO 0 0 0 33,500 30,892
ILLINOIS 0 0 0 0 0
INDIANA 0 2,477 2,001 13,881 11,767
IOWA 0 7,449 7,820 17,051 21,478
KANSAS 0 0 0 0 7,368
KENTUCKY 0 0 0 336,319 0
LOUISIANA 0 6,996 4,693 2,980 -18,223
MAINE 3,194,796 0 0 0 2,991
MARYLAND 0 526 2,621 1,151 1,186
MASSACHUSETTS 33 220 5 10 938
MICHIGAN 67,987 56,716 579,188 5,229 227,938
MINNESOTA 0 1,364 3,630 13,055 16,403
MISSISSIPPI 164 274 -8,552 -93,650 86,336
MISSOURI 0 0 0 0 26,004
MONTANA 6,548 7,414 7,490 10,210 11,274
NEBRASKA 0 0 4,897 9,705 11,878
NEVADA 1,951 12,120 14,571 13,623 6,051
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 361 2,318
NEW JERSEY 0 0 0 196 1,376
NEW MEXICO 0 0 356 2,095 2,768
NEW YORK 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 564 3,457 5,116 5,871 4,909
OHIO 382,445 14,086,330 -5,760,106 22,088 31,935
OKLAHOMA 23,602 35,800 36,396 39,597 39,421
OREGON 0 0 5,168 9,755 15,080
PENNSYLVANIA 0 0 0 0 0
PUERTO RICO 0 0 0 65 10
RHODE ISLAND 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 0 0 0 1,809 1,380
TENNESSEE 0 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 47,638 42,851 56,724 75,011 85,624
UTAH 0 372 551 1,668 1,305
VERMONT 0 0 0 0 0
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 0 0 0
VIRGINIA 0 2,470 3,542 8,283 17,770
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 0 0 27 795 1,781
WISCONSIN 0 0 0 549,400 13,591
WYOMING 4 7,149 6,974 12,625 13,139
TOTALS $3,736,072 $14,288,465 $-5,013,004 $1,245,438 $787,558

 

TABLE 38: TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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

ALABAMA $-46,758,800 $-42,867,808 $-51,884,421 $-54,076,050 $-56,580,160
ALASKA -5,793,388 -5,785,642 -4,963,883 -5,848,653 -5,858,004
ARIZONA -34,567,595 -34,170,446 -33,532,662 -32,121,066 -34,788,865
ARKANSAS -31,207,602 -38,697,909 -45,664,873 -40,236,227 -34,392,941
CALIFORNIA 42,278,918 -161,118,617 -430,956,644 -368,020,518 -470,703,950
COLORADO -34,755,930 -36,161,416 -39,293,194 -49,372,465 -48,817,505
CONNECTICUT -10,787,024 -13,305,652 -13,871,203 -15,529,173 -34,450,717
DELAWARE -12,859,439 -16,041,541 -12,630,686 -17,301,777 -19,402,466
DIST. OF COL. -11,863,410 -15,644,193 -13,693,296 -19,463,178 -11,537,970
FLORIDA -141,281,765 -152,346,904 -148,279,370 -153,910,938 -169,520,058
GEORGIA -75,761,228 -76,614,387 -79,287,018 -82,950,286 -82,114,029
GUAM -1,849,518 -4,871,391 -3,683,775 -2,832,054 -3,305,253
HAWAII -6,441,786 -746,288 -1,454,077 -6,778,037 -436,387
IDAHO -15,432,420 -17,157,651 -15,666,033 -15,750,876 -16,359,703
ILLINOIS -78,185,387 -126,916,163 -132,032,574 -151,834,774 -139,380,479
INDIANA -29,574,514 -38,108,920 -30,587,032 -23,164,587 -41,417,815
IOWA -12,608,826 -7,171,803 -9,640,423 -13,522,170 -14,580,381
KANSAS -23,581,682 -40,476,335 -38,066,473 -29,800,832 -31,381,405
KENTUCKY -26,477,714 -30,431,369 -27,899,360 -29,431,982 -24,015,797
LOUISIANA -31,194,466 -41,002,937 -41,083,459 -41,832,612 -45,204,817
MAINE 9,147,276 11,387,713 1,503,896 4,120,240 1,119,741
MARYLAND -84,720,042 -74,195,740 -79,997,601 -76,301,319 -80,488,057
MASSACHUSETTS -50,523,436 -30,801,793 -26,426,912 -36,944,744 -52,221,637
MICHIGAN -134,552,368 -210,151,315 -206,713,280 -199,099,747 -167,376,796
MINNESOTA -66,604,874 -79,427,102 -89,116,718 -93,308,914 -97,686,380
MISSISSIPPI -23,513,819 -20,430,802 -17,378,012 -17,018,444 -17,314,736
MISSOURI -65,790,104 -58,350,599 -43,988,576 -47,757,218 -46,912,593
MONTANA -8,281,981 -7,626,348 -6,854,921 -8,467,151 -8,284,608
NEBRASKA -28,598,250 -35,978,104 -41,296,356 -38,492,232 -35,666,323
NEVADA -35,834,479 -27,467,727 -34,432,209 -33,678,139 -34,130,991
NEW HAMPSHIRE -6,712,079 -6,464,659 -10,328,677 -7,553,586 -7,471,613
NEW JERSEY -91,900,701 -84,398,873 -108,777,503 -112,035,429 -129,183,598
NEW MEXICO -25,685,573 -38,292,340 -31,443,935 -34,482,998 -30,605,815
NEW YORK -59,737,206 -73,201,794 -153,843,359 -158,247,230 -210,488,463
NORTH CAROLINA -69,548,324 -74,961,161 -75,220,442 -70,825,009 -78,449,671
NORTH DAKOTA -5,540,011 -6,605,273 -6,507,546 -5,939,018 -6,242,417
OHIO -213,817,871 -286,081,903 -273,346,125 -267,459,931 -236,864,841
OKLAHOMA -22,597,493 -24,853,722 -32,777,424 -31,052,895 -28,113,767
OREGON -27,179,139 -22,778,686 -28,357,480 -33,589,845 -30,780,402
PENNSYLVANIA -112,840,822 -96,496,562 -114,092,167 -126,532,527 -116,176,009
PUERTO RICO -27,985,267 -35,075,657 -33,359,469 -41,051,777 -30,282,736
RHODE ISLAND 5,107,177 3,198,178 2,134,177 1,592,369 1,001,753
SOUTH CAROLINA -29,697,747 -38,813,898 -30,743,137 -30,028,760 -27,190,332
SOUTH DAKOTA -2,341,986 -2,529,564 -3,166,284 -3,543,455 -4,203,927
TENNESSEE -40,958,240 -42,455,445 -55,549,404 -47,776,591 -56,324,319
TEXAS -124,745,193 -137,260,710 -177,142,420 -206,439,293 -195,387,591
UTAH -18,642,315 -18,851,938 -18,966,781 -18,547,588 -20,079,194
VERMONT -2,727,841 -4,291,804 -4,946,409 -6,273,846 -720,582
VIRGIN ISLANDS -4,660,727 -7,014,796 -5,058,014 -4,569,604 -5,308,635
VIRGINIA -44,663,559 -35,236,207 -39,712,969 -38,810,513 -43,564,033
WASHINGTON -37,106,567 -46,223,134 -42,849,260 -60,464,785 -65,462,689
WEST VIRGINIA -24,548,963 -20,341,752 -19,445,354 -23,084,022 -25,885,578
WISCONSIN -50,839,848 -58,777,722 -63,958,681 -66,760,079 -70,460,935
WYOMING -7,304,766 -8,612,326 -6,982,203 -6,649,671 -7,670,587
TOTALS $-2,124,650,714 $-2,599,100,937 $-3,053,312,011 -3,100,852,006 -3,249,127,063

 

TABLE 39: STATE SHARE OF PROGRAM SAVINGS OR COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Forms OCSE-34A line 7a - line 10 + line 11 - OCSE-396A line 9 columns (A+C) - (B+D).

Beginning in FY 2004, forms OCSE-34A line 7a - line 10a + line 10b + line 11 - OCSE-396A line 9 columns (A+C) - (B+D).

ALABAMA $-12,139,629 $-11,184,822 $-14,811,474 $-15,489,679 $-16,184,848
ALASKA 2,688,515 2,370,581 2,969,558 2,570,690 1,250,145
ARIZONA -7,156,240 -7,785,918 -7,659,872 -7,764,343 -8,566,473
ARKANSAS -8,473,130 -12,106,207 -14,321,128 -12,568,198 -9,545,018
CALIFORNIA 187,450,455 101,917,415 -23,240,441 17,155,857 -15,305,975
COLORADO -1,600,676 -2,937,307 -3,960,770 -8,130,963 -8,218,438
CONNECTICUT 8,463,149 6,157,139 9,077,322 7,423,112 53,121
DELAWARE -2,391,304 -3,274,015 -2,020,020 -3,312,163 -4,370,843
DIST. OF COL. -2,976,186 -4,517,729 -3,900,823 -5,806,417 -3,131,133
FLORIDA -26,578,960 -25,412,344 -22,699,593 -25,081,445 -29,960,770
GEORGIA -13,877,157 -14,136,132 -16,759,472 -17,484,647 -15,946,356
GUAM -609,546 -1,254,968 -1,137,239 -953,764 -1,055,184
HAWAII 1,284,181 3,055,415 2,524,985 343,304 2,503,889
IDAHO -4,440,044 -4,746,157 -4,330,799 -3,973,766 -4,063,146
ILLINOIS -1,607,156 -28,770,620 -32,401,736 -40,155,221 -36,554,275
INDIANA -6,436,744 -7,244,340 -8,111,604 -5,349,558 -11,520,409
IOWA 2,066,408 4,039,438 2,853,283 417,992 676,197
KANSAS -2,063,660 -10,340,728 -10,425,318 -7,745,210 -8,052,070
KENTUCKY -4,030,071 -4,316,161 -6,202,790 -6,565,931 -4,840,199
LOUISIANA -7,628,443 -10,270,951 -11,919,331 -14,787,291 -15,927,206
MAINE 8,087,668 8,669,106 3,644,666 3,608,083 2,003,849
MARYLAND -19,819,071 -17,525,029 -19,295,148 -18,175,839 -19,713,208
MASSACHUSETTS -4,547,716 2,745,870 6,271,277 1,339,980 -3,402,111
MICHIGAN -12,049,665 -42,151,525 -39,786,566 -37,594,351 -27,061,150
MINNESOTA -5,238,494 -8,947,849 -9,167,354 -9,659,458 -12,782,606
MISSISSIPPI -6,401,778 -6,576,028 -4,501,656 -4,423,836 -4,462,280
MISSOURI -13,243,351 -8,981,792 -4,406,082 -5,600,194 -5,645,894
MONTANA -888,520 -807,565 -1,485,433 -1,883,243 -1,935,810
NEBRASKA -7,058,052 -8,325,369 -11,237,271 -10,360,789 -8,738,879
NEVADA -10,394,936 -5,723,878 -9,363,897 -8,772,651 -9,606,400
NEW HAMPSHIRE -61,542 134,900 -713,125 547,917 161,483
NEW JERSEY -9,754,397 -4,982,564 -9,976,234 -13,942,126 -17,958,464
NEW MEXICO -6,746,437 -12,396,197 -10,528,579 -11,608,255 -10,628,508
NEW YORK 34,865,805 27,144,601 -4,439,876 -11,854,514 -31,858,869
NORTH CAROLINA -15,621,838 -18,467,559 -14,362,613 -10,193,575 -13,160,032
NORTH DAKOTA -1,322,292 -1,703,011 -1,646,176 -1,275,271 -1,274,831
OHIO -45,991,187 -70,760,175 -68,497,170 -64,545,327 -54,816,525
OKLAHOMA -4,931,209 -6,169,819 -8,573,309 -8,418,608 -7,895,709
OREGON -2,425,657 -996,720 -2,709,241 -4,751,992 -4,001,244
PENNSYLVANIA -13,865,736 -7,945,206 -15,079,312 -12,481,026 -8,280,894
PUERTO RICO -8,984,058 -11,532,604 -10,873,734 -13,554,740 -9,280,510
RHODE ISLAND 6,874,431 5,636,947 5,134,572 4,298,189 3,434,721
SOUTH CAROLINA -8,433,739 -11,809,205 -8,855,852 -8,619,892 -7,646,789
SOUTH DAKOTA 1,844,855 1,720,635 511,177 506,087 -53,342
TENNESSEE -8,685,371 -11,034,597 -16,850,804 -12,405,194 -17,355,898
TEXAS -23,300,663 -21,946,496 -29,614,269 -39,164,365 -34,230,679
UTAH -5,289,205 -4,948,072 -5,149,079 -4,957,549 -4,861,007
VERMONT 681,117 114,039 -183,309 -857,442 1,504,939
VIRGIN ISLANDS -1,570,445 -1,977,006 -1,689,951 -1,509,632 -1,760,160
VIRGINIA -2,247,899 -87,867 -1,434,029 1,139,759 121,794
WASHINGTON 14,421,828 12,735,888 13,327,596 8,031,510 5,166,488
WEST VIRGINIA -7,174,423 -6,726,058 -5,511,043 -6,752,277 -7,595,329
WISCONSIN -5,461,457 -5,940,598 -10,818,638 -8,852,200 -11,234,989
WYOMING -1,737,171 -2,269,136 -1,765,725 -1,654,137 -1,829,264
TOTALS $-86,526,843 $-272,588,350 $-466,103,448 $-461,654,598 $-515,437,098

 

TABLE 40: FEDERAL SHARE OF PROGRAM COSTS FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Forms OCSE-34A line 10 - line 11 - OCSE-396A line 9 columns B+D. Beginning in FY 2004, forms OCSE-34A line 10a + line 10b - line 11 - OCSE-396A line 9 columns B+D.

ALABAMA $-34,619,171 $-31,682,986 $-37,072,947 $-38,586,371 $-40,395,312
ALASKA -8,481,903 -8,156,223 -7,933,441 -8,419,343 -7,108,149
ARIZONA -27,411,355 -26,384,528 -25,872,790 -24,356,723 -26,222,392
ARKANSAS -22,734,472 -26,591,702 -31,343,745 -27,668,029 -24,847,923
CALIFORNIA -145,171,537 -263,036,032 -407,716,203 -385,176,375 -455,397,975
COLORADO -33,155,254 -33,224,109 -35,332,424 -41,241,502 -40,599,067
CONNECTICUT -19,250,173 -19,462,791 -22,948,525 -22,952,285 -34,503,838
DELAWARE -10,468,135 -12,767,526 -10,610,666 -13,989,614 -15,031,623
DIST. OF COL. -8,887,224 -11,126,464 -9,792,473 -13,656,761 -8,406,837
FLORIDA -114,702,805 -126,934,560 -125,579,777 -128,829,493 -139,559,288
GEORGIA -61,884,070 -62,478,255 -62,527,546 -65,465,637 -66,167,673
GUAM -1,239,972 -3,616,423 -2,546,536 -1,878,290 -2,250,069
HAWAII -7,725,967 -3,801,703 -3,979,062 -7,121,341 -2,940,276
IDAHO -10,992,376 -12,411,494 -11,335,234 -11,777,110 -12,296,557
ILLINOIS -76,578,231 -98,145,543 -99,630,838 -111,679,553 -102,826,204
INDIANA -23,137,770 -30,864,580 -22,475,428 -17,815,029 -29,897,406
IOWA -14,675,234 -11,211,241 -12,493,706 -13,940,162 -15,256,578
KANSAS -21,518,022 -30,135,607 -27,641,155 -22,055,622 -23,329,335
KENTUCKY -22,447,642 -26,115,208 -21,696,570 -22,866,051 -19,175,598
LOUISIANA -23,566,023 -30,731,986 -29,164,128 -27,045,321 -29,277,611
MAINE 1,059,608 2,718,607 -2,140,770 512,157 -884,108
MARYLAND -64,900,971 -56,670,711 -60,702,453 -58,125,479 -60,774,849
MASSACHUSETTS -45,975,720 -33,547,663 -32,698,189 -38,284,724 -48,819,526
MICHIGAN -122,502,703 -167,999,790 -166,926,714 -161,505,396 -140,315,646
MINNESOTA -61,366,380 -70,479,253 -79,949,364 -83,649,456 -84,903,774
MISSISSIPPI -17,112,041 -13,854,774 -12,876,356 -12,594,608 -12,852,456
MISSOURI -52,546,753 -49,368,807 -39,582,494 -42,157,024 -41,266,699
MONTANA -7,393,461 -6,818,783 -5,369,488 -6,583,908 -6,348,798
NEBRASKA -21,540,198 -27,652,735 -30,059,085 -28,131,443 -26,927,444
NEVADA -25,439,543 -21,743,849 -25,068,312 -24,905,488 -24,524,591
NEW HAMPSHIRE -6,650,537 -6,599,559 -9,615,552 -8,101,503 -7,633,096
NEW JERSEY -82,146,304 -79,416,309 -98,801,269 -98,093,303 -111,225,134
NEW MEXICO -18,939,136 -25,896,143 -20,915,356 -22,874,743 -19,977,307
NEW YORK -94,603,011 -100,346,395 -149,403,483 -146,392,716 -178,629,594
NORTH CAROLINA -53,926,486 -56,493,602 -60,857,829 -60,631,434 -65,289,639
NORTH DAKOTA -4,217,719 -4,902,262 -4,861,370 -4,663,747 -4,967,586
OHIO -167,826,684 -215,321,728 -204,848,955 -202,914,604 -182,048,316
OKLAHOMA -17,666,284 -18,683,903 -24,204,115 -22,634,286 -20,218,058
OREGON -24,753,482 -21,781,966 -25,648,239 -28,837,853 -26,779,158
PENNSYLVANIA -98,975,086 -88,551,356 -99,012,855 -114,051,501 -107,895,115
PUERTO RICO -19,001,209 -23,543,053 -22,485,735 -27,497,037 -21,002,226
RHODE ISLAND -1,767,254 -2,438,769 -3,000,395 -2,705,820 -2,432,968
SOUTH CAROLINA -21,264,008 -27,004,693 -21,887,285 -21,408,868 -19,543,543
SOUTH DAKOTA -4,186,841 -4,250,199 -3,677,461 -4,049,542 -4,150,585
TENNESSEE -32,272,869 -31,420,848 -38,698,600 -35,371,397 -38,968,421
TEXAS -101,444,530 -115,314,214 -147,528,151 -167,274,928 -161,156,912
UTAH -13,353,110 -13,903,866 -13,817,702 -13,590,039 -15,218,187
VERMONT -3,408,958 -4,405,843 -4,763,100 -5,416,404 -2,225,521
VIRGIN ISLANDS -3,090,282 -5,037,790 -3,368,063 -3,059,972 -3,548,475
VIRGINIA -42,415,660 -35,148,340 -38,278,940 -39,950,272 -43,685,827
WASHINGTON -51,528,395 -58,959,022 -56,176,856 -68,496,295 -70,629,177
WEST VIRGINIA -17,374,540 -13,615,694 -13,934,311 -16,331,745 -18,290,249
WISCONSIN -45,378,391 -52,837,125 -53,140,043 -57,907,884 -59,225,946
WYOMING -5,567,595 -6,343,190 -5,216,478 -4,995,534 -5,841,323
TOTALS $-2,038,123,869 $-2,326,512,588 $-2,587,208,562 $-2,639,197,408 $-2,733,689,965

 

TABLE 41: CASES WITH NO JURISDICTION FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 line 3.

ALABAMA 0 0 0 0 0
ALASKA 0 0 0 0 0
ARIZONA 12,494 12,032 12,807 11,972 12,649
ARKANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
CALIFORNIA 1,175 1,142 1,542 1,679 1,501
COLORADO 48 30 29 34 31
CONNECTICUT 740 811 935 888 892
DELAWARE 0 0 0 0 0
DIST. OF COL. 0 0 0 0 0
FLORIDA 0 0 1,336 567 675
GEORGIA 153,715 191,611 521 2,049 430
GUAM 0 0 0 0 0
HAWAII 60 68 73 68 68
IDAHO 122 351 575 654 672
ILLINOIS 725 370 602 577 553
INDIANA 0 0 0 0 0
IOWA 0 0 0 0 0
KANSAS 0 0 0 0 0
KENTUCKY 17 37 63 69 84
LOUISIANA 0 0 0 0 0
MAINE 0 0 0 0 0
MARYLAND 0 0 0 0 0
MASSACHUSETTS 467 664 656 683 679
MICHIGAN 86 23 94 1 10
MINNESOTA 0 0 0 0 0
MISSISSIPPI 0 0 0 0 0
MISSOURI 6 9 14 19 23
MONTANA 2,046 2,645 2,925 3,011 2,754
NEBRASKA 0 0 0 0 0
NEVADA 0 0 0 0 0
NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 0 0 0
NEW JERSEY 675 621 697 637 760
NEW MEXICO 121 3,957 4,744 5,942 7,325
NEW YORK 24 87 363 585 519
NORTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
NORTH DAKOTA 4,719 4,400 3,523 4,647 4,430
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 56 61 73 112 155
SOUTH CAROLINA 0 0 0 0 0
SOUTH DAKOTA 3,486 3,561 13,676 13,556 13,682
TENNESSEE 0 0 0 0 0
TEXAS 41 47 51 63 67
UTAH 66 63 44 103 569
VERMONT 38 36 41 40 33
VIRGIN ISLANDS 0 0 21 21 21
VIRGINIA 0 0 0 0 0
WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0
WEST VIRGINIA 0 0 0 6 13
WISCONSIN 0 24 33 43 53
WYOMING 1,919 2,023 2,062 2,005 1,906
TOTALS 182,846 224,673 47,500 50,031 50,554

 

TABLE 42: CASES OPEN AT THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATE 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 Line 1.

* Not Reliable. All states' cases open data were reliable for FY 2003 and 2004.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 305,234 290,041 259,413 248,624 237,442
ALASKA 47,008 46,405 46,385 46,387 46,543
ARIZONA 233,755 225,623 224,903 246,899 239,808
ARKANSAS 150,455 141,933 131,109 128,472 126,009
CALIFORNIA 2,027,676 1,961,721 1,904,822 1,836,818 1,806,876
COLORADO 145,618 137,775 134,358 138,083 140,313
CONNECTICUT 185,257 195,396 205,796 211,935 209,419
DELAWARE 56,321 52,795 54,132 55,198 55,378
DISTRICT OF COL. 127,890 113,677* 107,951 105,139 92,847
FLORIDA 784,293 728,920 667,829 663,296 691,888
GEORGIA 542,271 514,435 475,935 478,886 488,800
GUAM 10,829 11,576 12,067 12,368 12,605
HAWAII 91,603* 96,023 94,714 99,363 97,667
IDAHO 72,317 73,679 79,197 87,351 94,537
ILLINOIS 1,068,525 950,179 865,334 723,806 640,682
INDIANA 475,175 487,710* 311,058 301,473 326,452
IOWA 165,474 166,424 170,885 175,180 179,759
KANSAS 151,693* 151,277 141,158 134,321 131,550
KENTUCKY 303,871 299,064 312,431 313,583 316,811
LOUISIANA 291,630 287,352 265,642 272,341 275,666
MAINE 61,514 63,287 65,084 64,292 64,199
MARYLAND 346,060 320,537 309,645 312,744 279,783
MASSACHUSETTS 236,017 254,579 245,265 245,867 255,550
MICHIGAN 1,013,080 1,005,249 977,560 1,041,055 1,026,431
MINNESOTA 228,695 235,270 240,371 244,655 246,408
MISSISSIPPI 265,846 282,571 290,044 301,564 295,432
MISSOURI 371,804 386,360 390,538 383,780 383,021
MONTANA 35,727 36,286 37,179 37,972 38,646
NEBRASKA 96,656 95,455 98,137 97,589 98,992
NEVADA 104,659 89,438 94,417* 118,319 111,694
NEW HAMPSHIRE 40,052 36,781 37,391 38,015 37,699
NEW JERSEY 362,962 343,311 340,178 344,194 360,793
NEW MEXICO 106,894 80,021 65,550 63,669 66,805
NEW YORK 987,441 979,081 898,913 886,228 877,007
NORTH CAROLINA 504,174 461,948 426,096 417,936 409,041
NORTH DAKOTA 31,925 30,140 27,590 34,129 35,347
OHIO 766,942 856,995 901,429 915,211 938,356
OKLAHOMA 143,163 148,423 140,798 137,115 151,410
OREGON 240,445 241,480 246,669 247,388 249,048
PENNSYLVANIA 624,500 635,517 589,847 590,935 567,389
PUERTO RICO 234,611 235,277 236,941 237,297 240,878
RHODE ISLAND 62,908 64,343 70,012 67,811 68,147
SOUTH CAROLINA 225,371 226,813 224,971 218,855 222,673
SOUTH DAKOTA 27,044 27,562 29,048 28,990 29,883
TENNESSEE 435,774 443,030 350,470 358,754 345,058
TEXAS 1,058,139 1,011,532 951,580 896,975 913,240
UTAH 80,462 76,365 74,751 75,356 74,025
VERMONT 24,802 25,359 24,303 24,193 23,470
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA* NA* 11,164 11,350 11,688
VIRGINIA 391,851 380,473 361,504 349,573 352,441
WASHINGTON 321,529 310,029 302,812 315,393 331,458
WEST VIRGIN 128,168 131,166 115,766 109,930 112,078
WISCONSIN 352,626 349,001 339,849 340,920 339,601
WYOMING 42,459 40,144 37,237 35,745 35,178
Total: 16,947,899 16,234,441 15,923,811 15,873,322 15,803,921

 

TABLE 43: TOTAL CASELOAD FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

* Not Reliable for line 1. All states total caseloads were reliable for line 1 in FY 2003 and 2004.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 305,234 290,041 259,413 248,624 237,442
ALASKA 47,008 46,405 46,385 46,387 46,543
ARIZONA 246,249 237,655 237,710 258,871 252,457
ARKANSAS 150,455 141,933 131,109 128,472 126,009
CALIFORNIA 2,028,851 1,962,863 1,906,364 1,838,497 1,808,377
COLORADO 145,666 137,805 134,387 138,117 140,344
CONNECTICUT 185,997 196,207 206,731 212,823 210,311
DELAWARE 56,321 52,795 54,132 55,198 55,378
DIST. OF COL. 127,890 113,677* 107,951 105,139 92,847
FLORIDA 784,293 728,920 669,165 663,863 692,563
GEORGIA 695,986 706,046 476,456 480,935 489,230
GUAM 10,829 11,576 12,067 12,368 12,605
HAWAII 91,663* 96,091 94,787 99,431 97,735
IDAHO 72,439 74,030 79,772 88,005 95,209
ILLINOIS 1,069,250 950,549 865,936 724,383 641,235
INDIANA 475,175 487,710* 311,058 301,473 326,452
IOWA 165,474 166,424 170,885 175,180 179,759
KANSAS 151,693* 151,277 141,158 134,321 131,550
KENTUCKY 303,888 299,101 312,494 313,652 316,895
LOUISIANA 291,630 287,352 265,642 272,341 275,666
MAINE 61,514 63,287 65,084 64,292 64,199
MARYLAND 346,060 320,537 309,645 312,744 279,783
MASSACHUSETTS 236,484 255,243 245,921 246,550 256,229
MICHIGAN 1,013,166 1,005,272 977,654 1,041,056 1,026,441
MINNESOTA 228,695 235,270 240,371 244,655 246,408
MISSISSIPPI 265,846 282,571 290,044 301,564 295,432
MISSOURI 371,810 386,369 390,552 383,799 383,044
MONTANA 37,773 38,931 40,104 40,983 41,400
NEBRASKA 96,656 95,455 98,137 97,589 98,992
NEVADA 104,659 89,438 94,417* 118,319 111,694
NEW HAMPSHIRE 40,052 36,781 37,391 38,015 37,699
NEW JERSEY 363,637 343,932 340,875 344,831 361,553
NEW MEXICO 107,015 83,978 70,294 69,611 74,130
NEW YORK 987,465 979,168 899,276 886,813 877,526
NORTH CAROLINA 504,174 461,948 426,096 417,936 409,041
NORTH DAKOTA 36,644 34,540 31,113 38,776 39,777
OHIO 766,942 856,995 901,429 915,211 938,356
OKLAHOMA 143,163 148,423 140,798 137,115 151,410
OREGON 240,445 241,480 246,669 247,388 249,048
PENNSYLVANIA 624,500 635,517 589,847 590,935 567,389
PUERTO RICO 234,611 235,277 236,941 237,297 240,878
RHODE ISLAND 62,964 64,404 70,085 67,923 68,302
SOUTH CAROLINA 225,371 226,813 224,971 218,855 222,673
SOUTH DAKOTA 30,530 31,123 42,724 42,546 43,565
TENNESSEE 435,774 443,030 350,470 358,754 345,058
TEXAS 1,058,180 1,011,579 951,631 897,038 913,307
UTAH 80,528 76,428 74,795 75,459 74,594
VERMONT 24,840 25,395 24,344 24,233 23,503
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA* NA* 11,185 11,371 11,709
VIRGINIA 391,851 380,473 361,504 349,573 352,441
WASHINGTON 321,529 310,029 302,812 315,393 331,458
WEST VIRGINIA 128,168 131,166 115,766 109,936 112,091
WISCONSIN 352,626 349,025 339,882 340,963 339,654
WYOMING 44,378 42,167 39,299 37,750 37,084
TOTALS 17,130,685 16,459,114 15,971,311 15,923,353 15,854,475

 

TABLE 44: TOTAL CASELOAD BY CURRENT ASSISTANCE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 33,663 31,177 27,435 29,832 28,191
ALASKA 8,042 7,527 6,734 7,115 6,257
ARIZONA 60,110 63,245 65,692 78,896 68,825
ARKANSAS 23,099 21,432 20,795 17,579 15,530
CALIFORNIA 586,592 524,548 486,228 446,329 456,682
COLORADO 17,148 15,942 15,691 16,760 16,451
CONNECTICUT 36,598 35,721 32,843 32,865 30,460
DELAWARE 9,358 8,454 8,236 9,006 8,634
DIST. OF COL. 39,071 34,986 34,655 33,609 29,361
FLORIDA 101,599 84,621 83,907 74,820 75,216
GEORGIA 129,039 129,609 96,220 91,578 86,686
GUAM 2,757 3,129 2,470 398 1,059
HAWAII 29,040 29,737 27,535 28,845 27,555
IDAHO 3,690 3,345 3,499 4,057 4,306
ILLINOIS 182,227 132,059 95,824 92,541 89,060
INDIANA 49,397 66,017 49,968 36,941 48,327
IOWA 27,818 27,064 26,734 26,489 26,534
KANSAS 22,379 25,214 25,461 25,572 26,793
KENTUCKY 60,490 57,784 55,634 55,633 53,082
LOUISIANA 43,599 42,210 33,303 38,544 31,144
MAINE 12,822 12,263 14,828 16,439 16,578
MARYLAND 50,748 41,734 38,432 38,521 34,003
MASSACHUSETTS 55,707 58,800 54,745 52,887 48,238
MICHIGAN 128,063 110,005 129,501 165,290 129,985
MINNESOTA 58,785 57,222 57,072 54,742 48,969
MISSISSIPPI 27,974 28,332 29,745 29,736 24,855
MISSOURI 79,571 80,958 74,424 71,534 67,381
MONTANA 5,943 6,865 7,352 6,818 6,333
NEBRASKA 12,347 12,040 12,627 12,622 12,045
NEVADA 10,667 15,112 14,344 20,120 9,786
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7,023 6,393 6,765 6,725 6,489
NEW JERSEY 76,619 70,736 66,712 69,549 75,246
NEW MEXICO 37,040 28,945 18,284 17,616 15,713
NEW YORK 295,225 255,104 163,378 156,224 142,985
NORTH CAROLINA 69,305 70,930 64,341 58,608 54,139
NORTH DAKOTA 4,986 5,576 4,344 5,391 4,976
OHIO 101,051 107,814 120,236 124,948 128,196
OKLAHOMA 24,606 24,066 22,365 21,213 22,689
OREGON 37,805 38,849 43,826 39,745 42,604
PENNSYLVANIA 107,795 116,724 99,285 100,266 97,698
PUERTO RICO 73,493 72,061 66,334 64,436 62,966
RHODE ISLAND 22,945 21,689 20,276 18,664 17,328
SOUTH CAROLINA 38,844 40,280 41,643 39,198 36,127
SOUTH DAKOTA 3,678 3,618 7,569 7,393 6,799
TENNESSEE 123,003 128,844 105,117 115,815 108,245
TEXAS 189,381 167,066 159,753 126,369 102,090
UTAH 15,467 13,996 13,599 14,563 14,076
VERMONT 9,387 9,433 8,414 8,317 7,769
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA 1,200 1,232 1,512
VIRGINIA 54,052 50,628 53,825 54,511 56,653
WASHINGTON 53,057 48,868 45,011 47,299 52,438
WEST VIRGINIA 17,209 17,329 15,548 15,735 14,462
WISCONSIN 24,928 23,948 24,199 26,586 26,253
WYOMING 3,634 3,197 2,871 2,770 2,435
TOTALS 3,298,876 3,093,246 2,806,829 2,759,291 2,628,214

 

TABLE 45: TOTAL CASELOAD BY FORMER ASSISTANCE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 155,673 146,087 125,125 115,015 108,244
ALASKA 25,089 25,055 25,185 24,721 25,298
ARIZONA 137,143 125,729 123,080 128,450 131,684
ARKANSAS 50,915 51,313 49,931 50,973 51,639
CALIFORNIA 1,090,926 1,004,054 910,837 895,672 894,161
COLORADO 95,620 87,636 82,225 80,820 80,511
CONNECTICUT 107,949 109,916 116,515 119,047 116,829
DELAWARE 19,147 18,523 18,684 27,497 27,602
DIST. OF COL. 47,924 45,949 44,494 43,361 38,632
FLORIDA 462,371 414,448 334,912 325,484 328,349
GEORGIA 327,629 343,551 215,624 220,349 229,259
GUAM 4,911 5,118 6,175 8,360 7,763
HAWAII 34,172 37,162 38,076 44,109 44,123
IDAHO 31,319 30,603 30,927 32,026 33,751
ILLINOIS 477,058 424,213 392,149 315,149 263,184
INDIANA 111,097 113,260 151,611 142,377 148,992
IOWA 98,378 98,290 100,276 101,191 102,722
KANSAS 59,791 71,274 67,794 64,626 63,216
KENTUCKY 65,532 159,143 163,294 158,973 160,932
LOUISIANA 160,893 157,582 143,992 139,608 144,854
MAINE 35,054 36,114 34,160 32,169 32,170
MARYLAND 108,951 129,615 128,490 131,738 118,660
MASSACHUSETTS 131,606 140,332 132,202 132,008 137,415
MICHIGAN 476,118 521,558 489,111 523,893 456,880
MINNESOTA 127,353 131,996 135,316 140,626 147,469
MISSISSIPPI 98,400 102,557 105,333 111,023 110,350
MISSOURI 131,990 143,613 156,022 162,161 169,957
MONTANA 22,870 23,856 24,162 25,164 25,607
NEBRASKA 43,004 43,272 44,169 44,103 45,696
NEVADA 27,241 21,819 27,537 37,803 35,715
NEW HAMPSHIRE 17,835 16,254 16,473 17,262 17,495
NEW JERSEY 165,335 151,479 149,304 154,292 160,332
NEW MEXICO 46,164 36,961 33,499 30,358 32,658
NEW YORK 474,792 486,202 487,921 466,388 458,450
NORTH CAROLINA 274,066 255,355 238,792 235,683 226,740
NORTH DAKOTA 16,524 12,880 10,291 14,874 15,191
OHIO 210,165 287,615 273,768 361,395 366,034
OKLAHOMA 75,253 76,882 71,525 67,019 71,738
OREGON 111,034 100,831 100,306 100,010 112,165
PENNSYLVANIA 255,646 256,691 235,813 234,999 217,686
PUERTO RICO 5,969 6,903 8,376 9,337 10,223
RHODE ISLAND 30,544 32,322 36,036 35,035 35,719
SOUTH CAROLINA 119,631 115,725 112,962 110,456 114,828
SOUTH DAKOTA 18,059 17,939 24,569 23,885 24,500
TENNESSEE 179,459 182,227 135,277 133,832 131,881
TEXAS 444,782 429,975 402,002 390,949 397,160
UTAH 44,657 40,725 38,358 36,896 35,378
VERMONT 11,014 11,573 11,455 11,160 10,980
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA 2,349 2,553 2,619
VIRGINIA 158,070 153,106 141,535 138,027 140,089
WASHINGTON 180,578 171,749 165,290 171,189 178,699
WEST VIRGINIA 63,014 60,672 55,659 53,065 55,016
WISCONSIN 224,141 207,594 189,529 177,572 167,840
WYOMING 23,155 20,753 18,456 16,909 16,007
TOTALS 7,916,011 7,896,051 7,376,953 7,371,641 7,281,092

 

TABLE 46: TOTAL CASELOAD BY NEVER ASSISTANCE FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 lines 1 and 3.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 115,898 112,777 106,853 103,777 101,007
ALASKA 13,877 13,823 14,466 14,551 14,988
ARIZONA 48,996 48,681 48,938 51,525 51,948
ARKANSAS 76,441 69,188 60,383 59,920 58,840
CALIFORNIA 351,333 434,261 509,299 496,496 457,534
COLORADO 32,898 34,227 36,471 40,537 43,382
CONNECTICUT 41,450 50,570 57,373 60,911 63,022
DELAWARE 27,816 25,818 27,212 18,695 19,142
DIST. OF COL. 40,895 32,742 28,802 28,169 24,854
FLORIDA 220,323 229,851 250,346 263,559 288,998
GEORGIA 239,318 232,886 164,612 169,008 173,285
GUAM 3,161 3,329 3,422 3,610 3,783
HAWAII 28,451 29,192 29,176 26,477 26,057
IDAHO 37,430 40,082 45,346 51,922 57,152
ILLINOIS 409,965 394,277 377,963 316,693 288,991
INDIANA 314,681 308,433 109,479 122,155 129,133
IOWA 39,278 41,070 43,875 47,500 50,503
KANSAS 69,523 54,789 47,903 44,123 41,541
KENTUCKY 177,866 82,174 93,566 99,046 102,881
LOUISIANA 87,138 87,560 88,347 94,189 99,668
MAINE 13,638 14,910 16,096 15,684 15,451
MARYLAND 186,361 149,188 142,723 142,485 127,120
MASSACHUSETTS 49,171 56,111 58,974 61,655 70,576
MICHIGAN 408,985 373,709 359,042 351,873 439,576
MINNESOTA 42,557 46,052 47,983 49,287 49,970
MISSISSIPPI 139,472 151,682 154,966 160,805 160,227
MISSOURI 160,249 161,798 160,106 150,104 145,706
MONTANA 8,960 8,210 8,590 9,001 9,460
NEBRASKA 41,305 40,143 41,341 40,864 41,251
NEVADA 66,751 52,507 52,536 60,396 66,193
NEW HAMPSHIRE 15,194 14,134 14,153 14,028 13,715
NEW JERSEY 121,683 121,717 124,859 120,990 125,975
NEW MEXICO 23,811 18,072 18,511 21,637 25,759
NEW YORK 217,448 237,862 247,977 264,201 276,091
NORTH CAROLINA 160,803 135,663 122,963 123,645 128,162
NORTH DAKOTA 15,134 16,084 16,478 18,511 19,610
OHIO 455,726 461,566 507,425 428,868 444,126
OKLAHOMA 43,304 47,475 46,908 48,883 56,983
OREGON 91,606 101,800 102,537 107,633 94,279
PENNSYLVANIA 261,059 262,102 254,749 255,670 252,005
PUERTO RICO 155,149 156,313 162,231 163,524 167,689
RHODE ISLAND 9,475 10,393 13,773 14,224 15,255
SOUTH CAROLINA 66,896 70,808 70,366 69,201 71,718
SOUTH DAKOTA 8,793 9,566 10,586 11,268 12,266
TENNESSEE 133,312 131,959 110,076 109,107 104,932
TEXAS 424,017 414,538 389,876 379,720 414,057
UTAH 20,404 21,707 22,838 24,000 25,140
VERMONT 4,439 4,389 4,475 4,756 4,754
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA 7,636 7,586 7,578
VIRGINIA 179,729 176,739 166,144 157,035 155,699
WASHINGTON 87,894 89,412 92,511 96,905 100,321
WEST VIRGINIA 47,945 53,165 44,559 41,136 42,613
WISCONSIN 103,557 117,483 126,154 136,805 145,561
WYOMING 17,589 18,217 17,972 18,071 18,642
TOTALS 6,159,154 6,071,204 5,881,946 5,792,421 5,945,169

 

TABLE 47: TOTAL CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED FOR FIVE FISCAL YEARS
STATES 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Source: Form OCSE-157 line 2.

* Not Reliable. All states' cases with orders data were reliable for FY 2003 and FY 2004.

NA - Not Available.

ALABAMA 172,224 172,951 171,787 173,355 173,462
ALASKA 36,892 36,532 38,452 38,425 40,410
ARIZONA 134,097 140,993 149,328 155,960 164,986
ARKANSAS 100,993 103,633 102,961 101,438 100,645
CALIFORNIA 1,400,875 1,409,690 1,434,766 1,402,456 1,411,708
COLORADO 113,747 112,463 112,136 115,526 118,894
CONNECTICUT 119,327 125,622 132,409 138,368 141,627
DELAWARE 33,763 37,141 38,078 38,896 39,902
DIST. OF COL. 33,509 31,795* 32,014 33,585 32,425
FLORIDA 372,210 391,027 435,620 456,291 484,519
GEORGIA 300,576 313,807 324,380 335,901 347,700
GUAM 5,707 5,909 6,054 6,170 6,316
HAWAII 43,495* 55,424 56,088 59,388 57,296
IDAHO 56,057 57,991 62,280 68,080 74,261
ILLINOIS 320,704 336,386 353,188 338,350 329,976
INDIANA 244,849 244,552* 219,561 226,365 230,270
IOWA 142,144 145,054 150,027 155,262 156,317
KANSAS 74,802* 85,602 90,210 91,699 96,032
KENTUCKY 196,734 204,658 218,822 226,943 240,304
LOUISIANA 145,990 166,596 178,942 186,460 196,532
MAINE 54,526 55,868 56,732 57,857 57,981
MARYLAND 211,721 211,504 212,566 215,308 206,398
MASSACHUSETTS 158,352 166,329 174,559 181,764 190,187
MICHIGAN 714,138 762,254 745,135 758,992 769,462
MINNESOTA 170,980 180,678 187,587 194,649 199,585
MISSISSIPPI 130,682 139,287 144,546 149,632 154,018
MISSOURI 274,548 294,127 308,247 305,045 309,084
MONTANA 29,959 30,217 30,896 31,930 32,945
NEBRASKA 72,446 72,875 74,628 75,991 78,126
NEVADA 58,282 56,635 56,983 63,254 66,771
NEW HAMPSHIRE 31,401 30,497 30,669 30,876 30,528
NEW JERSEY 268,638 267,107 268,389 273,758 287,313
NEW MEXICO 28,183 29,837 31,140 33,099 36,023
NEW YORK 647,050 661,395 656,700 672,107 702,944
NORTH CAROLINA 285,605 303,751 311,702 319,097 322,516
NORTH DAKOTA 24,192 24,140 23,386 29,248 30,607
OHIO 596,813 625,300 643,410 653,255 671,682
OKLAHOMA 88,627 94,469 98,122 97,078 105,298
OREGON 159,389 161,157 165,046 169,658 168,055
PENNSYLVANIA 487,389 489,726 489,368 481,416 476,882
PUERTO RICO 146,810 146,368 151,074 153,442 157,700
RHODE ISLAND 32,084 32,829 35,876 35,490 35,801
SOUTH CAROLINA 147,969 149,464 150,078 154,807 158,471
SOUTH DAKOTA 25,039 25,888 26,734 27,268 28,010
TENNESSEE 187,363 195,714 198,178 216,448 220,563
TEXAS 590,232 633,327 656,579 679,020 729,063
UTAH 64,016 63,862 63,617 63,971 63,110
VERMONT 21,067 21,557 20,853 21,182 20,673
VIRGIN ISLANDS NA NA 4,250* 6,234 6,411
VIRGINIA 265,869 283,587 289,918 289,822 294,424
WASHINGTON 287,283 278,674 275,559 287,032 297,291
WEST VIRGINIA 78,545 85,450 86,703 89,145 92,821
WISCONSIN 269,970 266,665 268,455 273,660 278,205
WYOMING 30,152 31,246 30,813 30,921 31,073
TOTALS 10,569,718 10,773,263 11,271,351 11,471,374 11,753,603

 

TABLE 48: CASES WITH ORDERS ESTABLISHED BY CURRENT, FORMER, AND NEVER ASSISTANCE, FY 2004
STATES TOTAL CURRENT ASSISTANCE FORMER ASSISTANCE NEVER ASSISTANCE

Source: Form OCSE-157 line 2.

Data from all states' cases with orders established were reliable for FY 2004.

ALABAMA 173,462 12,078 79,880 81,504
ALASKA 40,410 4,372 22,491 13,547
ARIZONA 164,986 25,654 93,637 45,695
ARKANSAS 100,645 8,331 43,215 49,099
CALIFORNIA 1,411,708 313,999 753,985 343,724
COLORADO 118,894 9,533 71,602 37,759
CONNECTICUT 141,627 13,090 92,950 35,587
DELAWARE 39,902 4,495 21,580 13,827
DIST. OF COL. 32,425 6,482 12,435 13,508
FLORIDA 484,519 32,344 261,808 190,367
GEORGIA 347,700 50,536 166,800 130,364
GUAM 6,316 480 3,429 2,407
HAWAII 57,296 13,370 24,588 19,338
IDAHO 74,261 3,005 29,314 41,942
ILLINOIS 329,976 26,565 149,506 153,905
INDIANA 230,270 17,444 126,484 86,342
IOWA 156,317 17,981 96,001 42,335
KANSAS 96,032 15,052 48,431 32,549
KENTUCKY 240,304 28,699 137,013 74,592
LOUISIANA 196,532 14,222 109,411 72,899
MAINE 57,981 13,337 30,809 13,835
MARYLAND 206,398 13,662 93,630 99,106
MASSACHUSETTS 190,187 23,545 105,389 61,253
MICHIGAN 769,462 72,999 360,371 336,092
MINNESOTA 199,585 28,575 128,646 42,364
MISSISSIPPI 154,018 9,463 67,089 77,466
MISSOURI 309,084 40,747 140,091 128,246
MONTANA 32,945 3,015 21,631 8,299
NEBRASKA 78,126 7,372 37,867 32,887
NEVADA 66,771 2,311 20,734 43,726
NEW HAMPSHIRE 30,528 3,643 15,204 11,681
NEW JERSEY 287,313 36,209 137,840 113,264
NEW MEXICO 36,023 4,137 18,552 13,334
NEW YORK 702,944 80,206 404,007 218,731
NORTH CAROLINA 322,516 28,042 193,967 100,507
NORTH DAKOTA 30,607 2,513 11,988 16,106
OHIO 671,682 48,385 296,336 326,961
OKLAHOMA 105,298 11,534 54,977 38,787
OREGON 168,055 25,423 81,934 60,698
PENNSYLVANIA 476,882 61,728 190,314 224,840
PUERTO RICO 157,700 12,683 10,157