The Mississippi Department of Human Services (DHS) has awarded a new contract to YoungWilliams to operate child support programs in the 4th, 10th, 13th, 15th, and 17th Judicial Districts covering 44,000 cases in 17 counties in the southwest portion of the State.
After a competitive bidding process, the County Commission of Onslow, North Carolina, awarded a five-year contract to YoungWilliams to operate the County’s child support program. YoungWilliams has built out office space In Jacksonville and opened its doors to the public on July 1, 2014.
Carla West was elected president of the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Enforcement Association (ERICSA) at its 2014 annual conference held in Greensboro, North Carolina. West, who oversees YoungWilliams’ thirteen contracts in North Carolina, has been on the ERICSA Board of Directors for the past six years.
The Mississippi and Tennessee Committees for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a Department of Defense agency, presented Patriot Awards to two YoungWilliams’ leaders for their support of the National Guard and Reserve. The recipients are Bob Johnson, President of Operations and Keith Baker, Project Manager.
YoungWilliams was recently honored at Hyland Software’s 2014 Team OnBase Conference as a top-performing, new authorized partner for providing outstanding services employing the OnBase enterprise content management solution.
Wyoming Awards Second Consecutive Contract to YoungWilliams
The State of Wyoming notified YoungWilliams of its second consecutive contract award for provision of child support services in five of the state’s nine judicial districts. YoungWilliams has operated offices in Cheyenne, Laramie, Green River, Douglas, and Lander since 2008, when it was awarded its initial full service Wyoming contract.