for completing your 2016 conference evaluations!
reviewed all the evaluations and comments.
Please see the
for some responses to evaluation comments by the MFSRC
We use your feedback to
continually improve our conference each year and
appreciate the time you took to complete them!
We Want to Hear From You!
would like our NEWS section to be member driven, so if you have
something you’d like in the
please send an e-mail to the NEWS chair, Jen Grausnick,
January 30, 2017
Update: Flexibility, Efficiency and Modernization in
Child Support Programs Final Rule
OCSE has published some
resources to be
used in concert with the
Clicking on the “resources” link will take you to fact
sheets that break down portions of the rule more.
Clicking on the “Final Rule” link will take you to the
Federal Register which provides a more in depth summary
including comments that were provided to OCSE on the
rules. The text of the new rules can be found at
the end of the document.
The Minnesota Family Support and Recovery Council
(MFSRC) is an association of child support and collection
Our mission is promoting the well being of
children and families through the professional development of
members, legislative advocacy, public awareness, and
collaboration with government and community agencies.
MFSRC provides training to
child support staff, attorneys and legal staff, collection
workers and others working in the support area.
is held each fall and is a working conference with training
held on current issues including legislative updates,
program administration, job skill enhancement, and computer