Introducing. CSENET. Child Support Enforcement Network. What Is CSENET. CSENet enables the user to transfer child Support information electronically between 52 diverse state CSE systems via the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement
Child Support Enforcement Network
Support information electronically between
52 diverse state CSE systems via the
Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement
Network (OSCE). Data Exchange is accomplished through use of standardized transactions that provide a common basis for processing interstate case activities.
The CSENet system receives, validates, and transmits standardized child support case transactions among state child support Enforcement systems (CSE).
It provides a standardized approach for state CSE systems to generate and process automated interstate Child Support information via the OCSE Network.
State users electronically initiate and respond to CSE case activities in other states for:
Locating Non Custodial Parents
Establishing Support Obligations
Enforcing Support Orders
Gathering additional case information
Reduces Interstate Case Processing Time
Improves the Quality of Case Information
Sent to Another State by Providing Data
Integrity Checks to Ensure that the
Information Transmitted is Complete
Allows states to Obtain Case, Participant, and Order Information Based on Matches Received from the Federal Case Registry
Increases Interstate Collections
The purpose of this training is to teach you what CSENet is, what it will do, and how to use it. CSENet is located on KASES under Case Management (03), then Interstate Actions (09).
The training is divided up into different segments. These include this introduction, CSENet exchange agreement, worklists/events, CSR-04A, receiving a provide, making requests, using CSENet update, and quick locate.