Attorney General Leevin Camacho announced a modernization of the Child Support Case Management System.
The Office of the Attorney General reports that they will be receiving $5 million to modernize Guam’s child support case management system. They will be introducing the Absent Parent Automated System Information, or in short APÅSI. The database, according to the OAG, is used by the Child Support Enforcement Division – to manage nearly 11,000 cases through every step of the child support enforcement process.
This program sees the “gathering family information and tracking court orders, to dispersing funds and sharing required information with the federal government, and every step in between.”
According to the OAG, the migration project will start with an initial evaluation and build-out phase, followed by phases covering development, pilot implementation, division-wide implementation, evaluation, and acceptance.
Furthermore, according to a statement from the OAG, the project was awarded under OAG-RFP-002-2020 to Virginia-based Perfecta State and Local, Inc. and is expected to cost around $5 Million – with 66% being covered by federal-matching funds.