Phase 1 Report of Feasibility Study on New Hire Programs for Canada: New Hire Programs in the United States

APPENDIX C: Bibliography of Materials Obtained

ALASKA

  • Alaska Department of Revenue, Division of Child Support Enforcement. December 1992. Employer Reporting Project: First Year Evaluation, Alaska's Improvement Demonstration Grant. By Glenda Straube. Anchorage, Alaska.

  •  February 1994. Employer Reporting Project Evaluation (Second Year). By Alaska Educational Resources. Anchorage, Alaska.

  •  September 1995. Employer Reporting Project Evaluation (Third Year). By Alaska Educational Resources. Anchorage, Alaska.

  •  * The Alaska Employer Reporting Program. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  December 1997. Information Regarding the NSTAR System. Anchorage, Alaska.

ARIZONA

  • Department of Economic Security, Division of Child Support Enforcement. December 1993. Employer Reporting Related Statutes. Arizona.

  •  January 1994. Fact Sheet: Employer Reporting/Employee Reporting. Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  January 1995. Report to the Governor and Legislature of the State of Arizona on Employer Reporting Senate Bill 1460, Chapter 374. Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  July 1996. Kids. They're Worth Every Penny. Handbook on Child Support Enforcement. Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  January 1997. 15 Facts on Employer New Hire Reporting for Child Support Enforcement (draft document). Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  January 1997. Report to the Governor and Legislature of the State of Arizona on Employer Reporting. Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  January 1998. Report to the Governor and Legislature of the State of Arizona on Employer Reporting. Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  1998. Employer Reporting Monthly Statistics - 1997. Phoenix, Arizona.

  •  1998. Collections Through Employer Reporting. Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Santa Cruz, Oscar. January 1997. NH Employer Reporting Count Projection Analysis. Phoenix, Arizona.

CALIFORNIA

  • California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Family Support Section, Parent Locator Service. November 1994. California's New Employee Registry: A Preliminary Analysis. Sacramento, California.

  • California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Division of Public Rights Child Support Program. 1997. California Roster of Child Support Services. Sacramento, California.

  • California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General. January 1998. Feasibility Study Report: California Parent Locator Service. Sacramento, California.

  • California Economic Development Department (EDD). October 1996. Information Sheet: Reporting Employee Hiring. West Sacramento, California.

COLORADO

  • Colorado Department of Human Services, Child Support Enforcement. 1997. Child Support Enforcement: Employer's Guide. Denver, Colorado.

  •  1997. Child Support Enforcement: New Hiring Reporting. Denver, Colorado.

  •  1998. New Hire Statistics (internal working document). Denver, Colorado.

CONNECTICUT

  • State of Connecticut. June 1994. Child Support and Arrearage Guidelines. Hartford, Connecticut.

  • State of Connecticut Department of Social Services. January 1995. Child Support: A Guide to Services in Connecticut. Hartford, Connecticut.

  •  Connecticut Employer's Guide to Wage Withholding. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998. Available at http://www.dss.state.ct.us/pubs/wage.pdf PDF Help

  •  September 1996. DSS News Release: Connecticut Receives Child Support Enforcement Award. Hartford, Connecticut.

  •  November 1996. W4 Activity Report for 10‑1996, for Year Starting 01‑1996. Hartford, Connecticut.

  •  1997. Digest of Connecticut Administrative Reports to the Governor. Hartford, Connecticut.

  •  November 1997. DSS News Release: New Child Support Initiatives Announced. Hartford, Connecticut.

  •  February 1998. W4 Activity Report for 12‑1997 For Year Starting 01‑1997 (internal report). Hartford, Connecticut.

FLORIDA

  • Advisory Council, Accelerated Employment Reporting. October 1995. Accelerated Employment Reporting: Final Report to the Legislature. Tallahassee, Florida.

  • Florida Department of Revenue. 1998. Child Support New Hire Reporting. Tallahassee, Florida.

  •  1998. Child Support Enforcement. Tallahassee, Florida.

GEORGIA

  • Department of Human Resources, Child Support Enforcement. 1996. Child Support Fact Sheet. Atlanta, Georgia.

  •  1996. DHR Child Support Enforcement New Developments. Atlanta, Georgia.

HAWAII

Child Support Enforcement Agency. August 1997. CSEA News and Updates. Honolulu, Hawaii.

IOWA

  • Department of the Treasury. June 1995. Understanding Your Employer Identification Numbers (EIN). Iowa: Internal Revenue Service. Publication 1635, Catalogue No. 14332X.

  • Iowa Department of Human Services. October 1996. Iowa Employer's Guide to Income Withholding, New Hire Reporting, and Medical Support. Des Moines, Iowa: Office of Child Support Enforcement.

  • Iowa Department of Human Services, Child Support Recovery Unit. February 1998. History of New Hire Directory (Working Papers). Des Moines, Iowa: Bureau of Collections.

KENTUCKY

  • Cabinet for Families and Children, Department for Social Insurance, Division of Child Support Enforcement. Welfare Reform and its Effect on Child Support Enforcement. Offline. Internet. February 15, 1998. Internet address no longer available.

  •  1998. Kentucky New Hire Reporting 1997 (internal document). Frankfort, Kentucky.

MARYLAND

  • Maryland Department of Human Resources, Child Support Enforcement Administration. March 1997. Request for Proposal for Privatization of the Maryland New Hire Registry. Baltimore, Maryland.

  •  April 1997. Volume I—Technical Proposal: Privatization of the Maryland New Hire Registry. By Lockheed Martin. Baltimore, Maryland.

  •  July 1997. Circular Letter 97‑12 Regarding The Maryland New Hire Registry. Baltimore, Maryland.

  •  January 1998. County Match Summary, New Hire Registry Information to Child Support Enforcement Administration Caseload. Baltimore, Maryland.

  •  February 1998. The Maryland New Hire Registry Summary of Monthly Activity Reports from Lockheed Martin IMS. Baltimore, Maryland.

  • Maryland State Legislature. n.d. Senate Bill 636 (Enrolled Bill). Maryland.

MASSACHUSETTS

  • Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Child Support Enforcement Division. (1995). Massachusetts New Hire/Automated Wage Assignment System. Boston, Massachusetts.

  •  July 1997. Wanted in the West—No More: Three Men Caught in the West. Boston, Massachusetts.

  •  November 1997. Employer Notice for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston, Massachusetts.

  •  Massachusetts Introduces New Hire Reporting via the Internet: New Hire Survey Comments to the Following Questions. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Massachusetts New Hire Reporting Regulation. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  New Hire Reporting Frequently Asked Questions. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

MINNESOTA

  • Minnesota Department of Human Services, Child Support Enforcement Division. September 1996. Minnesota New Hire Reporting Update as of August 1996 (office memorandum). St. Paul, Minnesota.

  •  November 1996. New Hire Reporting Statistics (internal memo). St. Paul, Minnesota.

  •  December 1996. Minnesota New Hire Reporting Update as of November 1996 (office memorandum). St. Paul, Minnesota.

  •  Minnesota Department of Child Support Enforcement Division. 1997. Minnesota's Private and Public Partners Pull Together: Minnesota's New Hire Reporting Program (includes legislation). Minnesota.

  • Minnesota State Legislature. Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 518. Minnesota.

MISSOURI

  • Missouri Department of Social Services. Missouri Department of Social Services Serving the People of Missouri: Executive Summary. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • Missouri Department of Social Services, Division of Child Support Enforcement. November 1996. Statistics on Missouri's New Hire Reporting Program. Jefferson City, Missouri.

  •  1997. Information for Missouri Employers. Jefferson City, Missouri.

  •  1997. New Hire Reporting. Jefferson City, Missouri.

  •  1997. Missouri Employers May Receive Income Withholding Orders From Other States. Jefferson City, Missouri.

  •  September 1997. Statistics on Missouri's New Hire Reporting Program. Jefferson City, Missouri.

NEW YORK

  • Department of Social Services, Child Support Enforcement Unit. December 1996. New York State: Employer Information. Albany, New York.

  •  1998. New York State 1997 New Hire Information (internal document). Albany, New York.

OHIO

  • Ohio Department of Human Services, Office of Communications. April 1996. Ohio Child Support Fact Sheet. Ohio.

  •  August 1997. Child Support Fact Sheet. Ohio.

  • Ohio Department of Human Services, Office of Family Assistance and Child Support. 1997. Questions about New Hire? Check out Ohio's Answers. Columbus, Ohio.

  •  Ohio New Hire Reporting Program. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • State of Ohio, New hire Reporting Program. November 1997. Customer Service Manual. Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Ohio State Legislature (122nd General Assembly). n.d. (1997) An Act: Amended Substitute House Bill Number 352. Ohio: A.V.V. Inc. State of Ohio, Legislative state. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

OKLAHOMA

  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Child Support Enforcement Handbook. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  The Programs and Services of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  July 1997. Direct Deposit Available for Child Support Payments. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

  •  August 1997. Non-Payment of Child Support Nets Suspension Of Lifetime Hunting License. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

  • Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. New Hire Electronic Reporting Specifications. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  New Hire Reporting. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • Oklahoma State Legislature. May 1997. Senate Bill SB693. Oklahoma.

  • Oklahoma State Legislature. May 1997. Senate Bill SB706. Oklahoma.

OREGON

  • Department of Human Resources, Adult and Family Services Division, and Oregon Department of Justice, Support Enforcement Division. 1995. Annual Report: Oregon Child Support Program. Salem, Oregon.

  • Oregon Department of Justice, Support Enforcement Division. December 1994. Employer Reporting: Reporting of New Hires to Child Support Agency. Salem, Oregon.

  •  December 1995. The Child Support Program in Oregon. Salem, Oregon.

  •  1996. Amount of Child Support Collections. Salem, Oregon.

  •  1997. Employer New Hire Reporting (SED and DA Cases). Salem, Oregon.

  • ORS. 1995. Division 050, Support Enforcement Division: Procedural Rules. Chapter 381, Oregon Laws. Oregon.

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • South Carolina Department of Social Services. November 1995. Policy and Procedures, New hire program. Columbia, South Carolina.

  •  Child Support Statistics. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998. Available at http://www.state.sc.us/dss/csed/stats.htm

  •  New Hire Reporting Instructions. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Employer New Hire Reporting Program. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998. Available at http://www.state.sc.us/dss/csed/newhire.htm

  •  1998. New Hire Referrals (internal records). Columbia, South Carolina.

  • Part XI New Hire Reporting. South Carolina Law. Offline. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • South Carolina State Legislature. 1995. “Section 11: Employer New hire program.” Family Independence Act. South Carolina.

TENNESSEE

  • Department of Employment Security. December 1995. Tennessee's New hire program (internal report). Nashville, Tennessee.

  •  October 1997. The Last Full New hire program Report (internal report). Nashville, Tennessee.

  • Department of Human Services. n.d. (1997). Tennessee Employer Guide to New Hire Reporting. Nashville, Tennessee.

  •  Tennessee Reporting Formats. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Electronic Reporting Specifications. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Tennessee New Hire Reporting: Frequently Asked Questions. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  January 1998. DHS Hires Firm to Oversee Child Support New Hire Directory (press release). Nashville, Tennessee.

TEXAS

  • Texas Office of the Attorney General. 1997. Purchase of Services to Establish an Employer New Hire Reporting Program Request for Offer (RFO). Austin, Texas.

  • Texas Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services. July 1993. Memorandum: Commission on Interstate Child Support Recommendations. Austin, Texas.

  •  November 1993. Memorandum: Matches so far NHRP Project. Austin, Texas.

  •  1993. Crossing the States: Special In‑Depth Report. Austin, Texas: ProPub. Inc.

  •  Child Support: Outreach and Resources. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Child Support Bulletin. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Child Support: Frequently Asked Questions. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  Child Support Enforcement Program. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • Texas Office of the Attorney General, Field Operations, Field Management Support Section, Child Support Division. September 1996. Cost Benefit Analysis: Employer New Hire Reporting. Austin, Texas.

  •  Employer Guide to New Hire Reporting. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • Texas State Legislature. May 1993. Senate Bill No. 291, amendment to the Human Resources Code. Austin Texas.

  •  May 1995. Senate Bill No. 793, amendment to the Human Resources Code. Austin, Texas.

VERMONT

  • Agency of Human Services, Office of Child Support. June 1995. Vermont's Voluntary New Hire Reporting Program: Improving Child Support Collections By Accelerating Reports Of Newly Hired Employees. Waterbury, Vermont.

  • Department of Health and Human Resources, Office of Child Support. New Hire Reporting - Frequently Asked Questions. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • Vermont State Legislature. 1997. 33VSA Section 4110. Vermont.

VIRGINIA

  • Department of Social Services, Child Support Enforcement. April 1997. DSS Child Support Enforcement. Virginia.

  •  Virginia Welfare Reform. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  • Division of Child Support Enforcement, Program Evaluation and Monitoring. December 1995. New Hire Reporting Impact Study. Virginia.

WASHINGTON STATE

  • Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Child Support. March 1995. New hire program: 1994 Annual Report. Olympia, Washington.

  •  1996. Directory of New Hires Annual Report FY 1995‑1996. Olympia, Washington.

  •  September 1996. Washington Directory of New Hires FTE Impact Report. Olympia, Washington.

  •  1997. Washington State Directory of New Hires Match/Methods Report. Olympia, Washington.

  •  1997. New hire program ISSD Detail Report. Olympia, Washington.

  •  n.d. Employer's Guide to Washington Child Support Laws (pamphlet). Washington.

  •  March 1997. Priority List of Industries for Employer Reporting. Olympia, Washington.

  •  July 1997. DSHS Child Support Resource Center. Olympia, Washington.

  • Washington State Legislature. Sec. 913, State Directory of New Hires. Passed by Senate on September 19, 1995. Washington.

  • Welch, Carol. July 1992. Employer Reporting Program, Longitudinal Report: July 1990 - January 1992. Washington: Department of Social and Health Services.

WEST VIRGINIA

  • Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Child Support Enforcement. November 1997. Employment Reporting Guide. Charleston, West Virginia.

  • West Virginia State Legislature. Sec. 48A‑2‑34. Employment and Income Reporting. Charleston, West Virginia.

UNITED STATES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND ASSOCIATED AGENCIES

  • American Public Welfare Association (APWA). October 1997. Shock to the Systems: Automating Welfare Reform in the States. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • Center For Law and Social Policy (CLASP). November 1996. Family Law Issues and the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996.” By Paula Roberts.

  • Department of Health and Human Services. 1992. “The National Child Support Enforcement Program Sets New Record.” Children Today. 21(1):2.

  •  February 1995. Information Memorandum IM‑95‑02. Washington, District of Columbia: OCSE.

  • Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Child Support Enforcement. June 1995. New Hire Reporting Profile, Conducted June-August 1995, Results (draft). Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  August 1995. OCSE Information Exchange: Immediate W‑4/Employer Reporting of New Hires. Washington, District of Columbia: OCSE/Special Initiatives Branch.

  •  September 1995. The Twentieth Annual Report to Congress: Introduction to the Child Support Enforcement Program. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  1995. Child Support Enforcement, Giving Hope and Support to America's Children: Twentieth Annual Report to Congress. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  1996. State at a Glance. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  January 1996. Compendium of State Best Practices for the Child Support Enforcement Program. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  February 1996. The Implementation of GPRA at the Office of Child Support Enforcement. Washington, District of Columbia: The Center for the Support of Children.

  •  April 1996. OCSE Information Exchange: Immediate W‑4/Employer Reporting of New Hires (update of the matrix issued in August 1995). Washington, District of Columbia: OCSE/Special Initiatives Branch.

  •  May 1996. Child Support and Regional Demonstrations. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  June 1996. Child Support Report: New Hire Reporting Success Stories. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  October 1996. Child Support Enforcement: States' Experience with Private Agencies' Collection of Support Payments (Abstracts). Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  November 1996. Increasing Financial Support for our Nation's Children. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  November 1996. OCSE Memorandum of Understanding. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  February 1997. Report to the House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means and the Senate Committee on Finance: Child Support Enforcement Incentive Funding. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  February 1997. The Benefits of New Hire Reporting: A Compilation of Evidence and Experience from the States. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  February 1997. 15 Facts on Employer New Hire Reporting Child Support Enforcement: A Compilation of Evidence and Experience from the States. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  March 1997. Expanded Federal Parent Locator Service Work Group Proceedings, March 17‑19, 1997. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  March 1997. “Action Transmittal: New Hire National Directory.” Federal Register. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  April 1997. Employer New Hire Reporting: A Guide to Implementation. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  July 1997. New Hire Reporting (videotape). Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  July 15, 1997. OCSE Information Exchange: New Hire Reporting Legislation Profile. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  September 1997. Handbook on Child Support Enforcement. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  October 1997. National Directory of New Hires, Release 1.0, NDNH Guide for Data Submission. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  October 1997. OCSE Information Exchange: Immediate W‑4/Employer Reporting of New Hires. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  October 1997. National Overview States' Implement Status Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA). Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  October 1997. “Action Transmittal: Answers to questions regarding new hire reporting requirement for multistate employers under Section 453A of the Social Security Act.” Federal Register. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  October 1997. “Action Transmittal: Proposed Regulation.” Federal Register. 62(194):523006‑52310. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  December 1997. National Status of Automated Systems Development, Implementation, and Operation in Child Support Enforcement. Washington, District of Columbia: OSS.

  •  1998. State Review Process for Child Support Guidelines. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Child Support Enforcement, Policy and Planning Division. March 1997. Action Transmittal: New Hire Provisions of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act of 1996 (PRWORA). Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  Evaluation of Child Support Guidelines. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998.

  •  1997. State New Hire Reporting. By Lourdes Henry. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • National Child Support Enforcement Association. 1994. “Re‑Engineering Child Support: More, Better, Faster, with Less by Marilyn Ray Smith.” NCSEA News, XXIII(2).

  •  February 1995. Supplemental Information: Statement of Marilyn Ray Smith. Washington, District of Columbia.

  •  August 1996. Memorandum to Members containing Chart Summarizing Federal Welfare Reform Legislation. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • National Council Child Support Enforcement, Employer/Child Support Committee. July 1996. National Council CS Enforcement Survey.

  • Office of Inspector General. December 1996. Child Support Enforcement Management Information Systems, Lessons Learned by State Officials. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • Presidential Documents. February 1995. “Presidential Documents.” Federal Register. 60(39):11013‑11016. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • United States Code. 1994. “Title 18 - Crimes and Criminal Procedure,” United States Code. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • United States Public Law 104‑193. 1997. “Chapter Seven: Social Security,” Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996. Washington, District of Columbia.

  • Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) Procedural Guidelines Handbook. Online. Internet. February 15, 1998. Available at http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/cse/fct/uifsahb.htm

AUSTRALIA

Harrison, Margaret. 1991. “The Reformed Australian Child Support Scheme: An International Policy Comment.”Journal of Family Issues. 12(4):430‑449.


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