Now Accepting 2015 MFSRC
Annual Awards Nominations!
The 2015 conference will be held
October 4 - 7, 2015 at St. Cloud's River's Edge
Please help us recognize those
individuals or groups that deserve special
acknowledgment for their efforts in the area of Child
Support or Collections. We would appreciate your
nomination submissions as soon as possible but at
the very latest, August 28, 2015. This will
give us time to review each submission and order the
appropriate award for the recipient.
To submit a
nomination, please download the
2015 MFSRC Award Nomination Form.
Please see descriptions of the award categories below.
Please submit completed forms by
Thank you for your immediate attention to this request!
Our committee is aware that there are many deserving
employees amongst us that go unrecognized for their
efforts. Because we canít identify them all, we would
appreciate your help in honoring them!
- HONORARY LIFE
MEMBER OF MFSRC
Based upon outstanding and dedicated service to the
Council for a period of not less than three years,
this award recognizes an individual that has held
leadership positions in the child support program,
welfare fraud or collections and has provided
outstanding and dedicated service to MFSRC for a
period of not less than three years and has been a
member at least five years. It recognizes an
individual who has advocated and supported strong
enforcement laws, or has held major responsibilities
in a Court, Local, State or Federal Child Support
Program, Welfare Fraud Program or Collection
This award is designed to recognize an individual,
regardless of membership status, who has a minimum
of three years of service in a child support
enforcement agency, welfare fraud program or
collections unit, as a line staff, manager or
director; participated in the development and
achievement of goals and objectives of a support
agency, welfare fraud unit or collections unit;
participated in the establishment, coordination and
implementation of recent innovations developed to
enhance these programs; developed and participated
in information programs designed to ensure public
awareness and enhance positive publicity toward the
programs. This individual has received the
endorsement of supervisors, directors or state staff
for whom he/she has worked and has earned the
respect of co∑ workers for his/her work performance.
CUSTOMER SERVICE AWARD
This award is designed for the individual worker or
team who consistently provides effective, quality
service to both internal and external customers.
This person or team goes the extra mile for
customers in a timely manner with a positive
attitude. They promote public confidence and respect
for the Child Support Program by taking a
customer-centered approach to case management. They
have superior knowledge of the program, and
willingly share their skills and expertise with
fellow Child Support Workers.
This award is designed to recognize a county or
local program that has experienced significant
improvement in operations or collections and has
shown leadership in innovations as evidenced in
their collections, welfare fraud or support program
This award recognized an individual organization or
county for their promotion of child support, welfare
fraud or collections issues that help create a
positive public image of these programs. This award
is given regardless of membership status, to one who
has promoted the ideals and furthered the cause
through education, legislation and public awareness.