Out-of-State Providers Accepting Wisconsin Shares If you are a child care provider operating a program outside of Wisconsin who needs an authorization to care for a child eligible for Wisconsin Shares Child Care Subsidy, please read and follow the instructions below, and submit the necessary paperwork. Step 1 - Submit Required Forms An out-of-state child care provider must submit the following items to the Wisconsin Bureau of Early Care Regulation (BECR) before an authorization can be written. A copy of the license/certificate from the child care provider’s state. A completed W9 form that lists the child care provider’s Tax ID and Type. A completed Wisconsin Shares Participation Contract: English - Spanish Child care provider’s birthdate. Wisconsin county (or city) that child(ren) live in. Ages of children served and hours of operation. Step 2 - Send Required Forms and Materials to the Bureau of Early Care Regulation The materials can be sent electronically to DCFCCLICREG@wisconsin.gov, or faxed to 608-283-7477, or sent via US mail to: Bureau of Early Care Regulation Central Office 201 E. Washington Ave. PO Box 8916 Madison, WI 53708-8916 Step 3 - Complete the FIS Provider Agreement Once all of the required materials are received by BECR and entered into the licensing database, a Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) provider letter is generated with the provider's FIS ID, and a FIS Provider Agreement is sent to the provider. Providers may also complete the Provider Agreement online. Child care providers are required to have completed a agreement with FIS. FIS is Wisconsin’s Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card vendor. The FIS Provider Agreement must: Include your FIS provider ID. Include your Tax Identification Number (TIN). Annual 1099K tax documents will be sent to the provider from FIS instead of the State of Wisconsin. Include your checking account number. Wisconsin Shares Payments from parents are made by Electronic Funds Transfer directly into the provider’s checking account. Select a cutoff time of 6 p.m. to get your payments as soon as possible. Providers can contact FIS Merchant Services at 800-894-0050 for assistance with the FIS Provider Agreement process from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. FIS can take up to a week to review and approve the FIS Provider contract. Step 4 - Provider Contacts Child Care Coordinator and Submits Private Prices If licensed, the provider must contact the child care coordinator for the county where the child resides, and submit the child care prices to that coordinator. The county coordinator can then write an authorization. Once these steps are completed, providers will be able to have Wisconsin Shares authorizations made to their program. Learn more about the MyWIChildCare EBT card.