A personnel consultant who helped Indiana's human services agency develop its "hybrid system" of face-to-face case worker contact with automated welfare intake is now running the agency's main welfare division.
Family and Social Services Administration Secretary Anne Murphy recently named Mike Carr as interim director of the Division of Family Resources.
The division administers the delivery of Medicaid, food stamps and other benefits to about 1.25 million Indiana residents.
Murphy in a memo to FSSA staff said Carr had worked with the division on "the development and implementation of the Hybrid System."
Previous Director Cathy Boggs left the division last month to work in the Indianapolis office of Fort Wayne-based government contractor Briljent.