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. In order to make cost-effective decisions, IV-D agencies need SESA estimates of the cost of disclosing new claims, as well as cost estimates for the provision of advisories that continue to include different levels of information. Therefore, SESA should be prepared to inform IV-D agencies of the cost of communication, which includes different levels of information. It is worth noting that SESAs notifications must provide information about eligible applicants that indicate to IV-D agencies obligations to assist children in accordance with Section 2335. However, the SSA has some flexibility in setting up agreements with IV-D agencies to provide communications containing information beyond what is provided for in Section 2335. In order to facilitate and speed up negotiations between the two programmes, the IV-D Public Agency must conclude the agreement on behalf of all local IV-D agencies that manage the national programme for the implementation of child welfare. Since IV-D public and local agencies are bound by the agreement, the public agency IV-D must ensure that the needs and concerns of local agencies are taken into account. This requirement should not limit the transmission of information or funds directly to local authorities, as permitted by the statutes. The objective of this requirement is to facilitate negotiations with sesA and to promote coordinated and cost-effective planning in the state through the IV-D program. When the SESA finds that a lesser amount of unemployment compensation has been deducted and withheld from the unemployment benefit to be paid to a person as a result of an error made by AGENCE SESA or the AGENCY IV-D, the IV-D Agency decides whether it wishes to recover the amount through a new or amended agreement or a new judicial procedure. 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to recover unfulfilled assistance obligations due by an individual by having all or part of unemployment benefits withdrawn by the National Labour Safety Agency (SESA) and transferred to Agency IV-D.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. Public IV-D agencies may vary depending on the amount of information they request and the cases in which it is kept. 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. In a highly automated system, costs are minimal, except for data processing services.