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JP Morgan Chase Enters Into Agreement With YoungWilliams in State of Kansas
JP Morgan Chase, a leading global financial services firm with assets of $1.4 trillion and operations in 50 different countries, selected YoungWilliams as its strategic partner to provide the customer service components of the Kansas Payment Center (KPC), the statewide disbursement unit for child support payments.
Nebraska Awards YoungWilliams Third Consecutive Full Service Child Support Contract
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services awarded YoungWilliams a third contract through 2012 to provide full child support services to families in Douglas County, Nebraska.
Mary Ann Wellbank, President of the National Child Support Association, Joins YoungWilliams
Mary Ann Wellbank joined YoungWilliams as Vice President. She is now one of three former IV-D Directors at YoungWilliams. Mary Ann brings over fifteen years child support experience with ten years as Montana’s IV-D Director and five years in the private sector.
Missouri Awards New Call Center Contract to YoungWilliams
YoungWilliams has been awarded a contract to establish and operate a new child support customer service call center for the State of Missouri. Located in the capital, Jefferson City, YoungWilliams' staff plans to handle in excess of 840,000 incoming child support calls each year.
New Hanover County, North Carolina Awards YoungWilliams Full Service Child Support Contract
YoungWilliams has been awarded a contract to provide full service child support services to New Hanover County, North Carolina beginning August 2006. Under the agreement, YoungWilliams will provide paternity, enforcement and legal services to the county.
Wyoming Awards Paternity Consulting Contract to YoungWilliams
YoungWilliams has been awarded a contract with the State of Wyoming for Paternity Establishment Consulting Services. Under the one year agreement effective August 1, 2006, YoungWilliams will review Wyoming's paternity establishment program and will design and implement changes approved by the State to its paternity establishment process.