From reactive enforcement to proactive prevention - Part I

Advanced analytics for child support programs

This article will provide some background on the rise of analytics, discuss the budgetary challenges facing states, and talk about the internal and external data required to build a powerful predictive model.

With rising case loads and challenging economic times for the agencies and the case participants, advanced analytics can be viewed as a way to help agencies and case workers effectively focus their attention on specific cases, and take the required/applicable case actions to help improve the ability to collect on behalf of the family.

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