Currently 60 tribes operate child support programs, providing services to Native American families consistent with tribal values and cultures. Like their state counterparts, tribal child support programs locate custodial and noncustodial parents, establish legal fatherhood (paternity), establish child support orders, and enforce orders. View the list of tribal child support programs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs lists federally recognized Indian Tribes eligible for federal funding Visit disclaimer page .
Tribal Program Resources
Resources to help you manage your tribal child support program.
Federal Parent Locator System (FPLS) Documents for Tribes
FPLS resources for tribal child support agencies.
- Finding the Right Security Control Assessor
- Independent Security Assessors and Baseline Security Controls
Code of Federal Regulations
Program requirements on applying for and receiving funding.
- eCFR: Part 309 Visit disclaimer page : Tribal Child Support Enforcement (IV-D) Program
- eCFR: Part 310 Visit disclaimer page : Computerized Tribal IV-D Systems and Office Automation
- eCFR: Part 75 Visit disclaimer page : Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for HHS Awards
The specifications for all computer equipment to be procured or already procured for office automation and automated child support systems must adhere to the OCSE recommendations.
For details please review, MTS and Office Automation Personal Computer Recommendations.
- National Tribal Child Support Association Visit disclaimer page
NTCSA provides resources to members who serve Native American children through effective child support programs
- National Association of Tribal Child Support Directors Visit disclaimer page
NATSCD assists director's of tribal child support programs with everyday matters of operating a tribal child support program