The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Office of Safeguards, recently updated the Publication 1075,
Tax Information Security Guidelines for Federal, State and Local Agencies effective August 2010.
The August 2010 IRS Publication 1075 supersedes the previous publication dated October 2007.
The revised IRS Publication 1075 includes updated information regarding computer system security
and physical and personnel security controls based on NIST Special Publication (SP) 800.53 as well
as other changes throughout the document (Source: Dear Colleague Letter)
Additional Requirements for Publication 1075 Safeguarding requirements may be supplemented or modified between editions of Publication 1075
by guidance issued by the Office of Safeguards.
Please click here to access the Federal OCSS site.
Child Support Funding for Tribes Now Available from the Federal Government
New regulations (45 CFR 309),
published March 30, 2004, provide information for tribes on developing and operating
their own child support programs. Tribes who are interested can apply
for funding from the federal government to establish and operate a child
The funding is available from the US Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, Office of Child Support Enforcement.
The Office of Child Support Enforcement has added a Tribal Child Support Computer-Based Training module to their website at: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/resources/tribal/training/
This page helps NTCSA members get needed resources. Check out the links to numerous tribal/federal/child support sites, find out more about currently funded tribal programs, look up frequently asked questions, and discover other helpful materials.
If you have recommendations or comments about resources or links, please contact us.