Engaging with child support programs to help deliver quality services with a passion for helping families.
Public Knowledge® attended the 2023 National Child Support Enforcement Association (NCSEA) Policy Forum, learning alongside IV-D Directors, researchers, policy experts, and child support professionals. Child support subject matter experts Kathy, Elizabeth, and Meg attended to understand better the challenges impacting the child support community and contribute their years of experience when addressing them.
The 2023 NCSEA Policy Forum is a valuable knowledge-sharing opportunity. While Public Knowledge® has subject matter experts to assist in navigating the challenges that often arise in child support, we always look forward to expanding our understanding of the factors at play.
The upcoming 2023 NCSEA Policy Forum included pertinent topics such as:
- Inclusive and equitable leadership best practices
- Engaging with IV-E partners to implement new federal guidance
- Collaborating for whole family economic mobility
- Using data to build a holistic approach to understanding and engaging incarcerated parents
- National child support market research survey
- Debt compromise policies
The Benefit of In-Depth Child Support Expertise
Together, Elizabeth, Kathy, and Meg provide significant insight into complex matters of child support, including distribution, policy making, and international case processing. The extensive child support subject matter expertise at Public Knowledge® helps our clients to implement transformative change for families all over the United States.
Child Support Focused Training Readily Available
Public Knowledge® understands the unique challenges child support professionals face, which is why we created training tailored specifically to the child support sector. Our Effective Child Support Customer Service Training Series is interactive, engaging, and developed with adult learners in mind.
Proven Experience in Improving International Case Processing
Our two-year project with the Washington State Division of Child Support improved case processing with Mexico and Canada through the development of training, technical assistance desk aids and tools, and the creation of a central registry and international liaisons.
The inherent complexity of these matters calls for extensive experience to ensure these projects go smoothly. Partnering with someone with first-hand experience adds a layer of reliability.