California Child Support Services DCSS Today

How to Green Screen with the Multimedia Team

By: Kristeena Alder, CA DCSS Have you ever wondered how some of the photos you see on our website or the Reader Board are created? The California Child Support Services Office of Communications and Public Affairs and their Multimedia Unit wanted to give...

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CSE Application Migration to the Cloud

By: OCM Team, CA DCSSOn February 14, 2020, the California Department of Child Support Services (CA DCSS) hosted the Microsoft Cloud Migration Project Kickoff. The migration of the Child Support Enforcement (CSE) application to the Cloud is a top priority...

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Blackboard Launch Altered Due to Covid-19

By: OCM Team, CA DCSSCalifornia Child Support Services’ (CA DCSS) Statewide Training Branch, in partnership with CA DCSS Human Resources and Technology Services Divisions, are currently working to migrate CA DCSS and the local child support agencies to the...

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Solano County DCSS Growing Partnerships and Outreach

By: Reanna Perez, CA DCSSThe Solano County Department of Child Support Services (Solano County DCSS) is excited to step into their new role at the county’s First 5 Center, celebrating its grand opening this month. The center is an innovation in Solano...

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Building Partnerships to Reshape Child Support Services

By: Kristy Hartmann, CA DCSS Over the last ten years, the Contra Costa County Department of Child Support Services (Contra Costa County DCSS) took big strides in building partnerships across their community to educate people about the services of the child...

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Welcome to the New Business Analytics Tableau Forum!

By OCM Team, CA DCSSThe Office of Research and Data Analytics (RADAR) has developed a new Business Analytics Tableau Forum on California Child Support Central to go along with the statewide implementation of Tableau this year. The forum provides...

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Stand and Be Counted: the 2020 Census Is Coming Soon

By: Reanna Perez, CA DCSSA lot can change in 10 years. Cities grow, job sectors surge and fade, family needs change and demographics shift from suburbs to city and back again. By completing the United States Census every decade, all that information is...

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