Click here to read the ERICSA 2020 Gratitude Edition Newsletter
ERICSA members, we know that despite the pitfalls of 2020, that there has been plenty of good news also. Please take a moment to send us a photo of something positive that happened in 2020 to be included in the ERICSA Family Reunion 2020 credits – it could be a photo of your work, home or family. We want to share all the good stuff! Click here to upload your photo!
The 2021 ERICSA Planning Committee is looking for possible topics for our 58th Annual ERICSA Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana April 18 – 22, 2021.
ERICSA is asking our members and partners to submit any session topics and descriptions. We are looking for new topics and ensuring we have topics that address our members concerns and needs.
All Possible Topics and Descriptions must be submitted by close of business Friday, September 25, 2020.
Once again ERICSA is offering two scholarships to IV-D child support workers currently employed in a Title IV-D child support program (includes state, county, tribal, international, and contract staff for attendance at the Savannah, Georgia conference).
One scholarship will be awarded to a child support professional outside Georgia and one will be awarded to a Georgia child support professional.
The scholarship award will cover the registration fee for the successful candidates as well as transportation costs to and from the conference up to $500.00, hotel room and a daily stipend for the days the candidate attends the conference.
Applying for the scholarship is easy. Just complete the application telling us why you think attending the conference would be beneficial to you in your employment.
Applications must be received no later than March 27, 2020, and can be emailed to:
Terence O’Halloran, Esq.
The Intergovernmental Improvement Committee of the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association is pleased to report the findings of the Survey Monkey survey conducted in spring of 2019. The survey was distributed to the IV-D directors of each state, the District of Columbia, and the three US territories of Guam, Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. The results are in two documents. First, an Excel workbook with several worksheets with the most detail and the full answer (“Survey Matrix”). After an introduction worksheet, the next three worksheets are the questions, a list of states which should correspond to the same line in each worksheet, and the entire matrix of questions and the states' answers. (This matrix should be most helpful if you are looking to see all of a state's answers.) You can also filter to compare a limited number of states. Finally, there is a worksheet for each question to show all the states' responses. The second document is a .pdf of each question and the answers plotted on the US map (“Survey Map”) for a quick look at all answers, and should be reviewed in conjunction with the Excel workbook.
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