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Child Support Computer System

October 1, 1998
By: Curt Holden
State Capital Bureau

Missouri children who aren't receiving their child support payments will now be aided by computers.

Curt Holden reports from Jefferson City.

The Missouri Automated Child Support System is now opererational meeting its October 1, 1998 start-up deadline.

The Director of Missouri Child Support Enforcement Brian Kincaid says the MACSS will process many more cases.

Actuality:Kincaid
RunTime: 10 SX
OutCue: "... to the new system."
Contents: Kincaid says the MACSS will handle over 700,000 child support cases.

Kincaid also says prosecutors and clerks who help prosecute child support cases will now be able share single case records.

He also says the final cost of the multi-year project will be in excess of 80 million dollars in federal and state funds.

Kincaid says the MACSS will make information available to the National Case Registry of Child Support.

Reporting from Jefferson City I'm Curt Holden.


Missouri's child support enforcement workers will now use one computer system to to help deliver support payments to Missouri children.

Curt Holden reports from Jefferson City.

The Missouri Automated Child Supported System is now operational meeting its October 1, 1998 start-up deadline.

The Director of Missouri Child Support Enforcement Brian Kincaid says the MACSS will operate more efficiently benefitting Missouri children and Missouri child support case workers.

Actuality:Kincaid
RunTime: 27 SX
OutCue: "... child support work."
Contents: Kincaid talks about benefits of MACSS.

Kincaid says the MACCS will be able to handle over 700,000 child support cases and will cost over 80 million dollars.

Reporting from Jefferson City, I'm Curt Holden.