Event Calendar

There are a number of events currently being planned by NCSEA, including:

2015 Policy Forum
February 12-14, 2015
Washington, DC

Re-Branding the Face of Child Support

16 Apr

Contact: Hannah Andrews, hannahandrews@ncsea.org, 7035062880

How do you feel when you see a good friend’s smiling face? What about your boss’s face? Your brand is somewhat like the face of your organization. Learn about some of the most effective ways to rebrand your agency through tone, the content you produce, and the way your agency reacts to others. We will discuss ways to make sure your brand is consistent and doesn’t give mixed messages. Register today to learn how to put a smiling face on your organization! Moderator: Margot Bean, Specialist ... [Read More]

How CSE Agencies Are Meeting Four Training Challenges

29 Apr

Contact: Hannah Andrews, hannahandrews@ncsea.org, 7035062880

Do you want to have more effective training programs within your agency? Guest speaker Rhonda Tamulonis will provide expert ideas on effective staff training techniques. Discussion topics will include on-boarding new staff with the use of technology and new training tools. In addition, she will inform you on how to change the minds of long-term staff on the new face of Child Support with the use of training initiatives. Speakers: Dawn Marier, Field Services Unit Supervisor, New Hampshire Child ... [Read More]

Policy in Time with Technology

21 May

Contact: Hannah Andrews, hannahandrews@ncsea.org, 703-506-2880

Can you text that to me?  What policies govern the  new ways of communicating?  How are Child Support Agencies using new technologies to improve collections and provide better customer service?  It is time for your agency to expand beyond auto dialers and snail mail.  Don’t miss this opportunity to get the 411. Speakers: Lara Chandler, Attorney, California Department of Child Support Services Brenda Lundy, Information Systems Manager, Contra Costa County DCSS Diane Potts, Deputy Attorney ... [Read More]

Incarcerated and Re-entering Parents

04 Jun

Contact: Hannah Andrews, hannahandrews@ncsea.org, 703-506-2880

As emphasized in OCSE’s recent Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), child support accruals based on pre-incarceration earnings are likely to result in uncollectible arrears.  Timely review and modification of the obligation are key not only to reduced arrears during incarceration, but also an easier return to the workforce after the obligor is released from incarceration.  Join us as we discuss working with incarcerated obligors and modifying support to reflect the obligor’s change in circumstances, ... [Read More]