Founded in 1990 by a small group of child support directors, OCDA is a not-for-profit resource on child support issues. Through advocacy, legislation, policy development, partnerships, communication, and information sharing, the Ohio CSEA Directors’ Association (OCDA) serves as a vehicle to promote and strengthen the child support program. Bi-weekly publications detail pending legislative initiatives, regulatory matters, and county news. Annual spring and fall conferences started in 1993, offer training to child support professionals on a variety of related topics. OCDA staff provide access for Association members, legislators, children’s advocates, policymakers, and the general public. Association membership is limited to directors of Ohio’s 88 county-based child support enforcement agencies (CSEAs). The directors may appoint a designee as the county representative to the Association.