There are a number of events currently being planned by NCSEA, including:
See the full 2014 calendar.
You don’t have to pick one over the other. In the days of Data Analytics and Predictive Modeling – where does the child fit into the Child Support Enforcement Program? This web-talk will work with participants in recognizing how the age old ‘quality versus quantity’ can be answered while paying attention to the families and performance!
Chris Beresford, Executive Director, British Columbia Ministry of Justice, Maintenance Enforcement & Locate Services
Kristene Blackstone, Deputy ...
This session will be a discussion on what states are doing to train their newly hired child support staff and some of the best practices for training. New staff may not be versed in child support; however, they bring skills to the table that are not necessarily child support related i.e. case management, outreach, or customer service. We will discuss how to get these folks up to speed as quickly as possible, but still be trained on child support policies, laws, guidelines, systems, terminology, ...
New legislation and court decisions are changing the definition and make-up of today’s families. This workshop explores new and pending legislation and cases related to topics such as paternity and same-sex marriage. Discover legal changes that are occurring around the country and how this may affect families in the child support program.
Michael Lauterbach, Attorney, Lauterbauch Legal LLC
Susan Paikin, Senior Associate, Center for the Support of Families
Cathy Sakimura, Family ...
EXTRA! EXTRA! HEAR ALL ABOUT IT! What does the Affordable Care Act (ACA) mean to IV-D Agencies? Medical Support orders, and the policy and procedures around getting them, must be aligned with the ACA to prevent creating orders that conflict with the law. Get the latest scoop on the ACA and learn what some states are doing that changes how they do IV-D Medical Support orders.
Kathy Sokolik, ACF/HHS/OCSE
Chrissy Brogdon Dingeldine, Kansas
Target Audience: Legal Staff, Front line ...