Cincinnati Stock Exchange. The first completely automated stock exchange that transacts members' orders without having an actual trading floor. Orders are placed and executed via computers. See: Floor; Over The Counter; Stock Exchange
Child Support Enforcement. The collection of child support payments from non-custodial parents. States must centralize efforts to collect and distribute support payments to ensure that children are financially supported by their parents.
The Child Support Enforcement (CSE) program is established by Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. The program is directed towards locating noncustodial parents and alleged fathers, establishing paternity, obtaining child support and medical support orders, and enforcing support orders. CSE services are automatically available for families receiving TANF, foster care, and AABD Medicaid. CSE services are available to other families who apply and meet certain criteria. Current support payments collected for TANF and foster care families are used to offset benefit costs for the TANF and foster care programs. Current support payments collected for other families are sent to the family. current support The ongoing amount required to be paid under a support order by a noncustodial parent. It does not include any amount to reimburse past benefit payments or payment of arrearages.