Child Support Enforcement: Most States Collect Drivers Ssns and Use Them to Enforce Child Support
In 1975, the Congress est. a nat. child support enforce. (CSE) program to ensure that noncustodial parents financially support their children. The Social Security Act contains many provisions designed to help child support agencies collect support when noncustodial parents or their income and assets are hard to find, incl. driver's licenses and the use of Social Sec. numbers (SSNs) to apply for them. This report: determines the extent to which states collect SSNs from all applicants for driver's licenses; identifies privacy concerns associated with motor vehicle agency efforts to collect and safeguard SSNs that are used for CSE purposes; and determines the extent to which state CSE programs use driver's license suspension to collect past-due child support.
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Page 2 - March 2003 in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards. See appendix I for additional information on our scope and methodology.
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Page 15 - Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) In order to meet these legal and regulatory requirements, HCFA has embarked upon a comprehensive systems security program.
Page 26 - ... histories. NASD is in the process of a multimillion dollar redesign of CRD to address its limitations. While the redesign appears to address major regulators' needs, additional enhancements would improve CRD'S capability to serve as a regulatory surveillance tool. Objectives, Scope, and Methodology The objectives of our review were to (1) determine the extent to which unscrupulous brokers are active in the securities industry, (2) assess regulatory and industry efforts to discipline unscrupulous...
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