OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Human Services says a network outage has been fixed and isn't causing a delay to child support payments.
The agency said that an outage occurred on Friday afternoon and threatened some weekend child support payments from going through.
Oklahoma City television station KOCO reports that DHS relied on vendors to have the problem fixed because the outage was outside of the DHS system.
The agency says anyone who didn't receive a scheduled weekend payment should call 800-552-2922.
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