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ERICSA 2023 Recognition Awards

ERICSA 2023 Professional Excellence Award Nominations

Here is your opportunity to celebrate and recognize the child support champions you work with! Complete this form to nominate your co-worker, someone from another jurisdiction, or a colleague in the child support community who has made an outstanding contribution in the past year.

The nominations are due Friday, April 7, 2023

Do not miss this opportunity to boast about the outstanding child support professionals with whom you work!

Our four award categories are:

Award of Professional Excellence—Frontline Child Support Professional
This award recognizes a frontline child support professional, serving in a non-supervisory role, who was recommended by a child support professional from the same jurisdiction, for having made significant contributions to their local IV-D program and to the children and families they serve. This child support professional has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families. 

Award of Professional Excellence—Manager /Supervisor
This award recognizes a manager or supervisor child support professional, who was recommended by another child support professional from the same jurisdiction, for having made significant contributions to the IV-D intergovernmental program and to the children and families it serves. This supervisor or manager has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families.

Award of Professional Excellence—Intergovernmental Cooperation
This award specially recognizes a frontline child support worker, manager, or supervisor, who is recommended by a child support professional from a different jurisdiction, for having made significant contributions to the IV-D intergovernmental program and to the children and families it serves. This child support professional has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families that span over multiple jurisdictions.

Patrick W. Quinn Intergovernmental Award
This award recognizes a child support professional in any role who has demonstrated a history of assisting child support workers by having disseminated information of intergovernmental issues, teaching seminars, coordinating conferences, planning sessions, working on intergovernmental committees, and any other activity that could demonstrate the candidate’s commitment to resolving intergovernmental child support issues. This child support professional has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families that span over multiple jurisdictions.

Don’t wait!  Nominate that awesome someone today!