September 2016 | Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, Department of Health and Human Services

2014 OCSE Annual Report to Congress (Part 3 of 3)

The 2014 OCSE Annual Report to Congress highlights financial and statistical child support achievements based on data reported by state and tribal child support agencies. The content of the Annual Report is mandated by section 452(a) under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act to give Congressional members information that relates to the overall operations and success of the national child support program.  Because of its size, this report is divided into three parts.   Part 3 of 3 includes tribal performance, Appendix Table, and Glossary.

In FY 2014, the program collected $32 billion dollars.  The average national paternity establishment percentage (PEP) for statewide PEP was 96% and for IV-D PEP was 100%.  Eighty-five (85) percent of cases had orders; and the program collected 64% of current support due and collected past due support. 

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