(a) The Oklahoma Department of Human Services, through its Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED), periodically releases child support arrearage information to certain consumer reporting agencies - credit bureaus. Release of this information is governed by:
(b) CSED reports to consumer reporting agencies the names and amounts of child support arrearages of noncustodial parents. CSED applies:
(1) a 15-day grace period to account for payment receipt date discrepancies due to early or late employer reporting if a noncustodial parent is making child support payments through income assignment; and
(2) a two-month grace period to account for the delays in the start of the income assignment process for a noncustodial parent who is a servicemember called to active duty under the provisions of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, codified in Sections 501 through 596 of Title 50A of the United States Code.
(c) If the annual notice process under Section 237A of Title 56 of the Oklahoma Statutes has been completed, CSED releases arrearage information to credit bureaus without additional notice.
(d) If the initial annual notice process under Section 237A of Title 56 of the Oklahoma Statutes and OAC 340:25-5-213 has not been completed, CSED issues a written notice by regular mail to the person obligated to pay the support. The notice includes: