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CHAPTER 3 - CHILD SUPPORT AND REVENUE ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT

 

42-3-101. Creation; deposits.

 

(a) The child support and revenue enhancement account iscreated.

 

(b) The following payments, collections and revenues shall betransmitted to the state treasurer for deposit to the credit of the childsupport and revenue enhancement account:

 

(i) Child support payments collected under the Child SupportEnforcement Act;

 

(ii) Fees collected pursuant to W.S. 20-6-105(b); and

 

(iii) All funds collected under the overpayment and fraudrecovery program of the department.

 

(c) For purposes of this chapter, "department" meansthe department of family services created by W.S. 9-2-2006.

 

42-3-102. Administration.

 

The department shall administer the fundsin the child support and revenue enhancement account and report annually to thejoint appropriations interim committee and joint judiciary interim committee.The account may be divided into subaccounts for purposes of administrativemanagement.

 

42-3-103. Authorized expenditures.

 

(a) Funds in the child support and revenue enhancement accountshall be expended only as authorized by this section.

 

(b) The department may at any time disburse funds in theaccount for:

 

(i) Payments to support obligees and disbursements requiredunder the guidelines of the federal child support enforcement program;

 

(ii) Authorized transfers of the federal share of fundscollected under the child support enforcement program and the division'soverpayment and fraud recovery program;

 

(iii) Incentive payments as provided by W.S. 20-6-106(j);

 

(iv) Reimbursement to the department of health for costs underTitle XIX of the Social Security Act or may retain funds to pay for the costsof foster care or minimum medical program benefits; and

 

(v) Reimbursement to service providers for the costs ofcollection under the child support enforcement and overpayment recovery programs.

 

(c) Subject to legislative appropriation, the state's share offunds in the account shall be expended for:

 

(i) Administrative costs of the child support enforcementprogram;

 

(ii) Funding of benefits under the personal opportunities withemployment responsibilities (POWER) program; and

 

(iii) Other administrative costs of the department.

 

(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, iffunds are recovered by the department under the overpayment and fraud recoveryprogram within the same biennial period during which the funds were originallyappropriated, the department may expend those funds for the purposes for whichthey were appropriated without further legislative appropriation.

 

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wyoming > Title42 > Chapter3

CHAPTER 3 - CHILD SUPPORT AND REVENUE ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT

 

42-3-101. Creation; deposits.

 

(a) The child support and revenue enhancement account iscreated.

 

(b) The following payments, collections and revenues shall betransmitted to the state treasurer for deposit to the credit of the childsupport and revenue enhancement account:

 

(i) Child support payments collected under the Child SupportEnforcement Act;

 

(ii) Fees collected pursuant to W.S. 20-6-105(b); and

 

(iii) All funds collected under the overpayment and fraudrecovery program of the department.

 

(c) For purposes of this chapter, "department" meansthe department of family services created by W.S. 9-2-2006.

 

42-3-102. Administration.

 

The department shall administer the fundsin the child support and revenue enhancement account and report annually to thejoint appropriations interim committee and joint judiciary interim committee.The account may be divided into subaccounts for purposes of administrativemanagement.

 

42-3-103. Authorized expenditures.

 

(a) Funds in the child support and revenue enhancement accountshall be expended only as authorized by this section.

 

(b) The department may at any time disburse funds in theaccount for:

 

(i) Payments to support obligees and disbursements requiredunder the guidelines of the federal child support enforcement program;

 

(ii) Authorized transfers of the federal share of fundscollected under the child support enforcement program and the division'soverpayment and fraud recovery program;

 

(iii) Incentive payments as provided by W.S. 20-6-106(j);

 

(iv) Reimbursement to the department of health for costs underTitle XIX of the Social Security Act or may retain funds to pay for the costsof foster care or minimum medical program benefits; and

 

(v) Reimbursement to service providers for the costs ofcollection under the child support enforcement and overpayment recovery programs.

 

(c) Subject to legislative appropriation, the state's share offunds in the account shall be expended for:

 

(i) Administrative costs of the child support enforcementprogram;

 

(ii) Funding of benefits under the personal opportunities withemployment responsibilities (POWER) program; and

 

(iii) Other administrative costs of the department.

 

(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, iffunds are recovered by the department under the overpayment and fraud recoveryprogram within the same biennial period during which the funds were originallyappropriated, the department may expend those funds for the purposes for whichthey were appropriated without further legislative appropriation.

 


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wyoming > Title42 > Chapter3

CHAPTER 3 - CHILD SUPPORT AND REVENUE ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT

 

42-3-101. Creation; deposits.

 

(a) The child support and revenue enhancement account iscreated.

 

(b) The following payments, collections and revenues shall betransmitted to the state treasurer for deposit to the credit of the childsupport and revenue enhancement account:

 

(i) Child support payments collected under the Child SupportEnforcement Act;

 

(ii) Fees collected pursuant to W.S. 20-6-105(b); and

 

(iii) All funds collected under the overpayment and fraudrecovery program of the department.

 

(c) For purposes of this chapter, "department" meansthe department of family services created by W.S. 9-2-2006.

 

42-3-102. Administration.

 

The department shall administer the fundsin the child support and revenue enhancement account and report annually to thejoint appropriations interim committee and joint judiciary interim committee.The account may be divided into subaccounts for purposes of administrativemanagement.

 

42-3-103. Authorized expenditures.

 

(a) Funds in the child support and revenue enhancement accountshall be expended only as authorized by this section.

 

(b) The department may at any time disburse funds in theaccount for:

 

(i) Payments to support obligees and disbursements requiredunder the guidelines of the federal child support enforcement program;

 

(ii) Authorized transfers of the federal share of fundscollected under the child support enforcement program and the division'soverpayment and fraud recovery program;

 

(iii) Incentive payments as provided by W.S. 20-6-106(j);

 

(iv) Reimbursement to the department of health for costs underTitle XIX of the Social Security Act or may retain funds to pay for the costsof foster care or minimum medical program benefits; and

 

(v) Reimbursement to service providers for the costs ofcollection under the child support enforcement and overpayment recovery programs.

 

(c) Subject to legislative appropriation, the state's share offunds in the account shall be expended for:

 

(i) Administrative costs of the child support enforcementprogram;

 

(ii) Funding of benefits under the personal opportunities withemployment responsibilities (POWER) program; and

 

(iii) Other administrative costs of the department.

 

(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, iffunds are recovered by the department under the overpayment and fraud recoveryprogram within the same biennial period during which the funds were originallyappropriated, the department may expend those funds for the purposes for whichthey were appropriated without further legislative appropriation.

 

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