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The Office of Child Support Enforcement Giving Hope and Support to America's Children
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The Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) supports various programs and initiatives that support the location of participants in child support cases, collection of child support payments, enforcement of child support orders, communication between States, and online profile information regarding how counties, States, regions, and international offices operate.

The Federal Parent Locator Service (FPLS) section of the OCSE website addresses various systems, applications, and initiatives. These include:

  • FPLS Information for Federal & State Agencies
    Programs operated by OCSE including the Federal Case Registry, Federal Offset Program, Insurance Match Initiative, Multistate Financial Institution Data Match, National Directory of New Hires, Passport Denial Program, and Query Interstate Cases for Kids.
  • OCSE Network and CSENet 2000
    System which receives, validates and transmits standardized child support case transactions among state Child Support Enforcement (CSE) systems.
  • Employer Services
    Provides all aspects of employer related information and outreach programs.

Please use the Quick Start at the top right for more information about FPLS, or use the links on the left navigation bar for a specific topic area. For more questions, please use our Frequently Asked Questions about Child Support.

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Last modified: July 30, 2008