Under the provisions of the statute, the child welfare agency (IV-D) is required to recover unfulfilled assistance obligations due by an individual by having all or part of unemployment benefits withdrawn by the National Labour Safety Agency (SESA) and transferred to Agency IV-D. The amount withheld is determined by the Agency IV-D by an agreement with the individual or, if an agreement cannot be obtained, by a judicial procedure within the meaning of Section 462 (e) of the Social Security Act. In a highly automated system, costs are minimal, except for data processing services. In largely manual systems, a cost modelling study should provide practical guidelines. Both should be able to be converted to a royalty per transaction and, at the count, it is enough to count the actions executed and multiply them by the single rate. The attached model agreement proposes a model. Iv-D public agencies can request withholding in the amount of information they request and in which cases. They may limit their concerns in the first place to cases where the absent parent is guilty in their payments or when the custodial custodial parent receives the AFDC. 11. Appendixes. (1) questions and answers; (2) modeling agreement and specifications; (3) List of public agencies IV-D (4) Transmission of measures to public IV-D agencies of the Ministry of Health and Human Services.
Yes, yes. The SESA must determine the eligibility of applicants for the user interface. The SESA must notify the State or the local child welfare authority of any applicant who answers the “yes” question and notify the Authority of the eligibility of applicants for an interface, at least in the event that the applicant is considered eligible. Sesa has nothing to do until the CSEA confirms that the applicant is liable for these obligations. If the CSEA submits to the SESA an agreement under Point 303 (e) (2) (iii) (II) or legal proceedings pursuant to point 303 (2) (iii) (iii) (III), the SSA would insugate an agreement or legal proceeding instead of the amount indicated by the applicant (if applicable). SESAs are not intended to encourage voluntary agreements or accept written or oral agreements from the applicant; all of these issues, to refer the applicant to the local CSEA. (5) SESA operating costs. The SESA should be able to provide a relatively accurate estimate of the cost of each component of the services to help IV-D decide which services it can afford. Cost modelling techniques should be used to determine both the number of negotiations and to assure the I-D Agency that costs are actually represented. Costs include all costs for collecting, researching, processing and transmitting selected information and money, such as work, machine rental and any increase in the cost of supplies (forms, envelopes, etc.) attributable to these services. Royalties paid for certain overhead items should be based on the overhead rate used for ETA state grants. If the IV-D agency and the person receiving unemployment benefit fail to reach an agreement that satisfies both parties, iv-D can use a legal procedure to require the retention of unemployment benefit.