Congress and the Administration Weigh in on Child Support
Inserted at the last minute to help pay for a child welfare bill, the February 2018 federal spending bill contained a provision raising the annual child support fee from $25 to $35 for child support program participants who have never received Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits. The threshold triggering the fee was also increased from the current $500 in collections to $550.
NCSEA was not alone in being surprised ...
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Professional Development Opportunities are Key
NCSEA’s eLearning Committee is looking for your input!
NCSEA’s eLearning Committee is asking for your assistance. The committee assumes that tribal, county and state agencies work with entities outside NCSEA’s membership who have developed and/or offer on-line, interactive training for your staff—training that could benefit staff across the country and beyond! It’s also possible you may know of training which is offered through “sister” agencies within your department available to child support program staff. The committee would like to reach out to any entity which may be interested in partnering with NCSEA in the development of potential eLearning courses to be offered to NCSEA’s membership, front-line staff and leadership alike. ...