- Associated Press - Thursday, August 14, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Child Support Services division of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services has been recognized for its service in the child support community.

The National Child Support Enforcement Association award recognizes the CSS for demonstrating exceptional service to child support activities.

CSS is required by state and federal law to inform the public about accessing available child support services. Each of the division’s 41 offices performs outreach activities throughout the year, including meeting and sharing information with community partner agencies, employers, civic organizations, schools, the media and more.

Jeff Wagner, programs administrator for child support communications and community relations, says every employee works to help Oklahomans better understand the services the agency provides. Public information manager Megan Cannon says last year the division completed more than 600 hours of outreach.

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