The office of child support in the department of job and family services shall enter into account information access agreements with financial institutions doing business in this state and with financial institutions doing business in other states. The office may join an alliance of states for the purpose of participating in the financial data matching program, as defined in section 666(A)(17) of Title 42 of the United States Code, and entering into agreements with financial institutions doing business in this state. In the case of financial institutions doing business in other states, the office shall enter into an agreement with the federal office of child support enforcement for the purpose of participating in the financial institution data matching program. The agreements shall provide the office access to account information specified in this section for the purposes of establishing, modifying, or enforcing support orders. The agreements shall specify the manner in which the information is to be provided and shall require that the office be afforded access to the following information each calendar quarter concerning all obligors in default under support orders being administered by child support enforcement agencies in this state who maintain an account with the financial institution:
(A) The obligor's name;
(B) The obligor's address;
(C) The obligor's social security number or taxpayer identification number;
(D) Whether another person has an ownership interest in the account, including a list of all persons having an ownership interest in the account as reflected on the signature card or similar document on file with the financial institution;
(E) The type of account maintained by the obligor, such as a savings, checking, or money market mutual fund account;
(F) Any other information agreed to by the parties
Effective Date: 03-22-2001 .