Congress is working through many of the fiscal year (FY) 2016 spending bills as it heads toward its traditional August recess. Both the Senate and House Appropriations Committees have completed action on their respective Labor-Health and Human Services bills. Federal payments for the administration of the Child Support program are not subject to the appropriations process, so the Committees accepted the administration’s spending estimates and also included funding for the first quarter of FY ...
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Director's Message: August 2015
As I sit to write this, my first Child Support CommuniQue column, it gives me an opportunity to look back at NCSEA’s efforts the past program year. And what a year it has been! Our committee chairs and members took a great deal of initiative in 2014-15, creating new opportunities for growth and professional development, advocating for the child support program and encouraging its improvement and success, and making changes to improve existing programs. The individuals involved not only in NCSEA, but the child support community as a whole, are truly a remarkable group of people. I am impressed and humbled by their dedication to the mission, their incredible knowledge, and their passion ...