The 113th Congress will likely adjourn this week, with the House completing its activity and the Senate moving slowly through confirmations of presidential appointments. Last week, the House and Senate adopted a budget continuing funding of nearly all of the federal government through the reminder of federal fiscal year (FFY) 2015. Funding for health and human services programs was extended until the end of the FFY, including those administered by the Office of Child Support Enforcement.
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Director's Message - November/December 2014
December is such a great time to pause a little, reflect on the year that is almost gone, as well as look forward to the year ahead. As I celebrate my eighth anniversary as NCSEA’s executive director this month, it is especially sweet to look back over the activities and accomplishments of 2014.
After years of advocating for federal legislation implementing language for The Hague Treaty which standardizes and streamlines the process of enforcing and collecting child support across international borders, it was finally adopted by Congress. A number of NCSEA members and leaders were deeply involved in the work developing the Treaty and it is so gratifying to have all that effort, dedication, ...