Now that the nonprofit public-private partnership JobsOhio is handling the state's business attraction and job creation efforts, the Development Services Agency (DSA) is shifting its focus to "small business services, retention of existing businesses, and holding companies accountable for tax breaks," the Dayton Daily News reports. In an interview, Ohio DSA Director David Goodman said that "follow-up on companies receiving tax credits was nonexistent prior to this administration." With more than 70 programs operating out of the DSA, Goodman said that one of his main goals is the implementation of a program called One DSA, which aims to get the department to "function as a singular agency," the article said. For more, read the full story.