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Arizona Department of Economic SecurityóDivision of Child Support Enforcement (January 2001, Report No. 01-01)

 
 

This performance audit report focused on the programís overall effectiveness and automated system.  While the child support program has significantly improved its collections performance in recent years, many families still receive no support payments.  In addition, many cases still need paternity establishment and support order establishment services. Therefore, the report recommends that the program work with its stakeholders to assess the feasibility of seeking additional administrative authority to establish paternity and support orders and continue to close cases that meet federal closure criteria. In addition, the report recommends that the program try some new strategies to get more noncustodial parents to pay their child support obligations. The audit also found that the program has successfully implemented a comprehensive automated statewide child support enforcement system that meets federal certification requirements.

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