The Snyder administration says that Michigan children who are entitled to child support are better off thanks to the effectiveness of the state's Office of Child Support.

The Michigan Office of the Auditor General reports that Michigan continues to be effective in ensuring that child support collection and distribution is accurate and timely.

State DHS director Maura Corrigan says the report (quote) "confirms that we effectively collect and distribute child support dollars."

The Office of Child Support contractor that distributes child support payments did so with a 99.9 percent accuracy rate from June 1, 2012, through March 31, 2014, according to the audit.  

It also disbursed 98.5 percent of child support payments within the two-day federal requirement.