The state court administrator of the judicial department and the executive director
of the state department of human services, or their designees, shall design a process
for exchanging information related to dependency or neglect actions, parentage actions,
and any other actions brought pursuant to this title, as contemplated in sections 19-1-303(4.4), 19-1-308, and 19-1-309, for purposes of locating responsible parties to pay child support, establishing
paternity and child support, including child support debt pursuant to section 14-14-104, C.R.S., enforcing child support orders, disbursing collected child support payments, and
facilitating the efficient and effective delivery of services under articles 13 and
13.5 of title 26, C.R.S. The process shall allow for the exchange of information by the state child support
enforcement agency or the delegate child support enforcement units prior to or after
intervention by the agency or units in an action brought pursuant to this title. Except for the limited purposes of the duties described in this section, the state
child support enforcement agency or a delegate child support enforcement unit shall
maintain the confidentiality of the information received pursuant to this part 3 and
such information shall not be subject to discovery.
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