NCSEA Submits Comments to OCSE Regarding Notice of Proposed Rule Making
The NCSEA Board of Directors, at the recommendation of the Policy & Government Relations Committee, has submitted comments to the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) regarding proposed regulatory changes based on the President’s directives in Executive Order 13777. The Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) is intended to make technical amendments to the Flexibility, Efficiency, and Modernization in Child Support Enforcement (FEM) rule, published in 2016.
The proposed regulatory ...
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The April 2019 Edition of the NCSEA Child Support CommuniQue, or CSQ, is now available to members. This edition features articles on suggested IRS changes to increase child support collections, an update on Turner v. Rogers, important information on Performance Measures and Systems Modernization and an amusing historical look at NCSEA in 1999. Don't miss these timely and informative articles and more. Download the newsletter here.
Did you know as an NCSEA member you can access the library of past, free web-talks?With NCSEA Web-Talks, child support professionals can stay up-to-date on relevant, timely topics, and train your whole staff without travel or time away from the office. NCSEA members can access the full library of 2018 free web-talks. Here's how:
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