New York Consolidated Laws, Social Services Law - SOS § 111-d. State reimbursement

1. The provisions of section one hundred fifty-three of this chapter shall be applicable to expenditures by social services districts for activities related to the establishment of paternity of children born out-of-wedlock, the location of deserting parents and the enforcement and collection of support obligations owed to recipients of aid to dependent children and persons receiving services pursuant to section one hundred eleven-g of this title.

2. The local share of expenditures incurred by the department for the provision of centralized collection and disbursement services pursuant to section one hundred eleven-h of this title shall be charged back to social services districts.  The local share shall be fifty per centum of the amount expended by the department after first deducting therefrom any federal funds properly received or to be received on account thereof;  provided, however, that a social services district's share of the costs related to the centralized collection and disbursement functions shall not exceed those incurred for the year immediately preceding implementation of such functions, except to the extent to which those costs would have increased had centralization of collection and disbursement functions not occurred.


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