History 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. An executive director, senior policy analyst, program manager and an administrative assistant, 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.