Child Support Enforcement Tables and Figures in CRS Reports

Following is a list of tables and figures related to Child Support Enforcement that can be found in the CRS reports included in this Green Book chapter.

RS22380: Child Support Enforcement: Program Basics

Table 1. Child Support Data—FY2013 (Preliminary)

R41204: Child Support Enforcement: Tribal Programs

Table 1. Tribal CSE Program Financial and Statistical Data, FY2004-FY2010

Table 2. Tribal CSE Program, Expenditures and Collections Per Case, FY2004-FY2010

Table 3. Tribal CSE Summary Data by Tribe, FY2010

Table A-1. Tribal CSE Collections by Tribe, in Rank Order, FY2010

Table A-2. Tribal CSE Expenditures by Tribe, in Rank Order, FY2010

Table A-3. Tribal CSE Caseload by Tribe, in Rank Order, FY2010

Table A-4. Tribal CSE Program: Paternities Established by Tribe, in Rank Order, FY2010

Table A-5. Tribal CSE Program: Child Support Orders Established by Tribe, in Rank Order, FY2010

Table A-6. Tribal CSE Program: Collections Per Dollar of Expenditures by Tribe, in Rank Order, FY2010

Table B-1. Comprehensive Tribal Child Support Enforcement Programs, September 2010

Table B-2. Start-Up Tribal Child Support Enforcement Programs, FY2010

Table C-1. Population Figures for Tribes with Tribal CSE Programs: Tribal Enrollment (2005), BIA Service Population (2005), and Census AIAN Populations in Census- Defined Federal AIAN Areas (2010)

Figure 1. Map of Tribal CSE Programs

Figure 2. Tribal CSE Program: Collections and Expenditures, FY2004-FY2010

R43020: Medical Child Support: Background and Current Policy

Table B-1. Percent of Child Support Cases with Orders in Which Medical Support is Ordered, Versus Ordered and Provided: FY2009, FY2010, and FY2011

Table B-2. Percent of Child Support Cases With a Health Insurance Order Where Health Insurance Was Provided as Ordered: FY2001 and FY2011

RS22499: Child Support: An Overview of Census Bureau Data on Recipients

Table 1. Child Support Award and Receipt, 1993-2011

Table 2. Demographic Characteristics of Custodial Parents by Child Support Award and Receipt Status, 2011

R42389: Child Support Enforcement: Incarceration As the Last Resort Penalty for Nonpayment of Support

Table A-1. State Criminal Sanctions for Failure to Pay Child Support

RL33422:  Analysis of Federal-State Financing of the Child Support Enforcement Program

Table 1. Welfare and Nonwelfare Collections, FY1979-2010

Table 2. Federal, State, and Taxpayer “Savings” or “Costs” from Income and Expenditures Generated by the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program, FY1979-FY2009

Table 3. Federal, State, and Taxpayer “Savings” or “Costs” from Income and Expenditures Generated by the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program, FY1979-FY2009

Table A-1. Financing of the Federal-State Child Support Enforcement Program, FY1999

Table A-2. Financing of the Federal-State Child Support Enforcement Program, FY2009

Table A-3. Trend in Total CSE Collections, by State, FY1999-FY2010           

Table A-4. Trend in TANF/Foster Care Collections, by State, FY1999-FY2009         

Table A-5. Trend in Non-TANF Collections, by State, FY1999-FY2009         

Table A-6. Average Monthly Child Support Payments in Cases with Collections, by State, FY1999-FY2009

Table A-7. Collections on Behalf of TANF Families as a Percentage of Total CSE Collections, by State, FY1999-FY2009

Table A-8. Trend in Total CSE Expenditures, by State, FY1999-FY2010

Figure 1. Composition of Child Support Caseload, FY2010

Figure 2. Percentages of Total Child Support Collections Distributed to Families, and the Federal and State Governments, FY2010

Figure 3. Welfare and Nonwelfare Collections, FY1979-FY2010

Figure 4. Federal and State “Savings” and/or “Costs” from Income and Expenditures Generated by the Child Support Enforcement Program, FY1979-FY2009

Figure 5. Cash Welfare (AFDC/TANF) Payments and Child Support Collections Made on Behalf of AFDC/TANF Families, FY1994-FY2010

RS22753: Child Support Enforcement: $25 User Fee

Table 1. Method By Which $25 CSE Annual User Fee Is Imposed

RL34203: Child Support Enforcement Program Incentive Payments: Background and Policy Issues

Table 1. Child Support Enforcement Performance Incentive Scores: National Averages (Selected Years)

Table B-1. Actual Incentive Payments, by State, FY2002, FY2005, FY2010, and FY2011

Table B-2. Unaudited Child Support Enforcement Incentive Performance Scores, FY2002

Table B-3. Unaudited Child Support Enforcement Incentive Performance Scores, FY2005

Table B-4. Unaudited Child Support Enforcement Incentive Performance Scores, FY2010

Table B-5. Unaudited Child Support Enforcement Incentive Performance Scores, FY2011

Figure 1. Paternity Establishment Scores: Maximum, Median, Minimum (Selected Years)

Figure 2. Child Support Order Establishment Scores: Maximum, Median, Minimum (Selected Years)

Figure 3. Child Support Current Collections Scores: Maximum, Median, Minimum (Selected Years)

Figure 4. Child Support Arrearage Cases Scores: Maximum, Median, Minimum (Selected Years)

Figure 5. Cost-Effectiveness Scores: Maximum, Median, Minimum (Selected Years)

RL34105: The Financial Impact of Child Support on TANF Families: Simulation for Selected States

Table 1. Treatment of Monthly Child Support Income by the TANF Program, April 2007

Table 2. Monthly TANF and Child Support Income of a Mother with No Earnings and Two Children, Pre- and Post-DRA Policies

Table 3. Monthly TANF and Child Support Income of a Mother with No Earnings and Two Children, With $300 in Child Support

Table 4. Monthly TANF and Child Support Income of a Mother with Half-Time Earnings and Two Children, With $300 in Child Support

Table 5. Monthly TANF and Child Support Income of a Mother with Full-Time Earnings and Two Children, With $300 in Child Support

Table 6. Source of Payment for Increase in Monthly Family Income Resulting From DRA Policy, for a Mother with Two Children, With $300 in Child Support

Table A-1. Impact of DRA Policy on Total Monthly Income for a Single Mother With Two Children in California

Table A-2. Impact of DRA Policy on Total Monthly Income for a Single Mother With Two Children in Illinois

Table A-3. Impact of DRA Policy on Total Monthly Income for a Single Mother With Two Children in Maine

Table A-4. Impact of DRA Policy on Total Monthly Income for a Single Mother With Two Children in Maryland

Table A-5. Impact of DRA Policy on Total Monthly Income for a Single Mother With Two Children in Oklahoma

Table A-6. Impact of DRA Policy on Total Monthly Income for a Single Mother With Two Children in West Virginia

Table B-1. Impact of DRA Policy on Distribution of Child Support Payments for a Mother with Two Children: California

Table B-2. Impact of DRA Policy on Distribution of Child Support Payments for a Mother with Two Children: Illinois

Table B-3. Impact of DRA Policy on Distribution of Child Support Payments for a Mother with Two Children: Maine

Table B-4. Impact of DRA Policy on Distribution of Child Support Payments for a Mother with Two Children: Maryland

Table B-5. Impact of DRA Policy on Distribution of Child Support Payments for a Mother with Two Children: Oklahoma

Table B-6. Impact of DRA Policy on Distribution of Child Support Payments for a Mother with Two Children: West Virginia

R41762: Child Support Enforcement and Driver’s License Suspension Policies

Table 1. Total Child Support Collections Received by Methods of Collection, FY2009

Table 2. Access to a Car in 10 Cities, by Employment Status

Table A-1. State CSE Driver’s License Suspension Policies

R41431: Child Well-Being and Noncustodial Fathers

Table 1. Employment Rates in March of Selected Years for Men without a High School Diploma, by Race/Ethnicity and Age

Table 2. Earned Income Tax Credits: Maximum Credits and Income Eligibility Amounts for Filers With and Without Children, 2012

Table 3. Federal Funding for Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs, FY2012

Figure 1. Poverty Rates for Children, by Family Type: 1959 to 2011

Figure 2. Percent of all Related Children Under Age 18 Living in Single-Parent, Female-Headed Families: 1960 to 2012

Figure 3. Living Arrangements of Children, March 2012

Figure 4. Median Annual Earnings of Men and Women Who Work Full-Time, Full-Year: 1960 to 2011

Figure 5. Average Annual Earnings for Men Aged 18 and Older, by Education Level: 1975 to 2010

Figure 6. Employment Rates for Men and Women: 1948 to 2012

Figure 7. Employment Rates for Men by Age: 1948 to 2012

Figure 8. Unemployment Rates for Men and Women: 1948 to 2012

Figure 9. Incarceration Rates By Sex: 1925 to 2010

Figure 10. Percent of Men Without a High School Diploma, by Race/Ethnicity and Age: 2011

Figure 11. Mean Earnings for Men Without a High School Diploma, by Race/Ethnicity: 2010

Figure 12. Incarceration Rates in 2010  

R40499: Child Support and Ex-Offenders

Figure 1. Estimated Number of Parents in State and Federal Prisons, Data for 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, and 2007 

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