Tag Archives: child support enforcement administration

Md. child support enforcement lax, auditors say

With Maryland parents more than $1 billion in arrears, Maryland’s Child Support Enforcement Administration has been lax in following up with employers regarding wage garnishments of deadbeat parents and in ensuring non-paying parents are correctly coded in the state’s automated process of suspending their driver’s or occupational license for long-outstanding payments, stated legislative auditors in a report released this week.

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Week in review: 9/16/11

Rawlings-Blake wins primary Hours after easily winning Baltimore’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she plans to take aggressive strides in local economic development, including a restructuring of the Baltimore Development Corp. TIF payments fall short Baltimore officials this ...

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Audit faults Maryland child support program

The agency responsible for operating Maryland’s child support program has been lacking in its collection efforts, according to a report published Monday by the Office of Legislative Audits. The state auditors said the Child Support Enforcement Administration failed to establish ...

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