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4033 expenditures report

4033 Expenditures Report

Presented by

PTD Technology

3001 Coolidge Road

Suite 403

East Lansing, MI 48823

support
Technical Help

I pushed a button and nothing happened!

Why am I getting this error message?

PTD Help Desk

[email protected]

(800) 203-0614 or (517) 333-9363

Ext. 128

Policy Help

Where do I find my info?

How do I report a credit?

Joan Church

[email protected]

(517) 335-0360

Support

OCTE Website: http://www.michigan.gov/octe

logging in
Logging In
  • Make sure you have a MEIS account:
    • https://cepi.state.mi.us/meispublic
  • Your Fiscal Agency Authorized Official (Level 5 Official) will authorize your MEIS account for CTEIS.
  • Navigate to www.cteis.com (or train.cteis.com).
  • Enter your MEIS account username and password.
  • CTEIS is a Web-based system, so you must continue to take actions in the application or you will become inactive.
  • CTEIS will log you out after 15 minutes of inactivity!
what is the 4033 expenditures report
What Is the 4033 Expenditures Report?
  • Used to collect funds spent in support of state-approved CTE programs.
    • Section 61a(1) CTE Added Cost funds spent
    • Local funds spent
    • Federal funds spent

Why Is This Report Important?

  • Fiscal agencies are accountable for CTE Added Cost funds they receive and spend.
  • Data is used annually to calculate reimbursement rates (Added Cost Factors) for each CIP Code.
the 5 step process
The 5-Step Process
  • Collect expenditure information from appropriate personnel.
  • Create distribution tables (where applicable).
    • We will see some examples later on!
  • Enter expenditure records.
  • Run Expenditures (4033) Report validation.
  • Submit your final Expenditures (4033) Report.
what information do i report
What Information Do I Report?
  • State-approved CTE programs (Grades 9-12)
  • How do I know they are approved?
    • The classes contained enrolled students.
    • The enrollments were reported on the Spring Enrollment (4483) Report.
  • Expenditures are reported at the building level for each PSN.
collecting expenditure information
Collecting Expenditure Information
  • Typically collected from the Business / Finance Office.
  • Contact tables may be helpful!
    • Example in manual (Appendix: Contact Table)

Know the Following:

  • Amount of expenditure you are reporting.
  • PSN for each expenditure.
  • Percentage of expenditure to be applied to each PSN (if applied to multiple programs).
fcs special cases
FCS Special Cases

Family and Consumer Sciences (19.0000) programs have special reporting requirements:

  • Only the Parenthood Education course (Section 2) may receive CTE Added Cost funds.
  • All CTE Added Cost funds must be spent in Parenthood Education.
  • Special line items are provided for Parenthood expenditures.
  • All expenditures for Parenthood Education will count toward the local contribution requirement.
  • Non-Parenthood expenditures are reported in a special area of your report.
    • This is the Non-Parenthood Family & Consumer Sciences line (#27).
    • We will talk about this in a little while so it makes more sense.
generating a blank 4033 report
Generating a Blank 4033 Report
  • To view all PSNs in a building, you may run validation for a building with no entered expenditures.
  • Export: save as a PDF, Excel, or Word document.
    • Report is now printable.
  • Reports from previous years are also viewable.
added cost explanation
Added Cost Explanation
  • Shows the total of all expenditures reported by each building in your Fiscal Agency.
  • Shows if a Fiscal Agency has met its match requirements.
  • Added Cost Factors determine the amount of funding you will receive next year.
  • Viewable only by Fiscal Agents and CEPD Administrators.
    • Go to Expenditures menu →Run Expenditure Rep.
retaining cte added cost funds
Retaining CTE Added Cost Funds
  • Added Cost Funding Received
    • This is how much money your Fiscal Agency received in the previous funding cycle.
    • Each Fiscal Agency must spend all of the funds it received.
    • 90% of Added Cost funds must support program improvement.
      • Program improvement items are shown in the Appendices of your manual.

←Added Cost Funding Received

retaining cte added cost funds1
Retaining CTE Added Cost Funds
  • Local Contribution (Added Cost Match)
    • Each Fiscal Agency must spend local funds which match or exceed the funding it has received multiplied by 4/3.

Added Cost Funding Received

x 1.333333

← = Expected Local

Contribution

retaining cte added cost funds2
Retaining CTE Added Cost Funds
  • Non-Vocational Cost
    • CTE programs must run at a rate comparable to “regular” programs.
    • The Foundation Allowance is how much money schools receive every day for each student. This number is supplied by OCTE.
    • 1/6 of the Foundation Allowance = Non-Vocational Cost per student hour.

Foundation Allowance / 6

x Total Student Hours

←= Non-Vocational cost

to Fiscal Agency

distribution tables
Distribution Tables
  • Allow you to spread the cost of an expenditure across multiple PSNs.
  • Examples:
    • Distributing a single teacher’s salary across multiple programs.
    • “Bundling” travel time to apply to many PSNs.
    • Claiming maintenance costs for several classrooms.
  • Tables may be created or edited in the Expenditures menu.
  • Enter the total of your expenditures in a particular category.
    • Choose the percentage to apply to each PSN.
entering expenditure records
Entering Expenditure Records
  • Expenditures may be entered in mass.
  • Expenditures are easy to update and delete.
run 4033 report validation
Run 4033 Report Validation
  • Go to the Expenditure Menu → Run Expenditure Rep.
    • Click the Select link to the left of your building.
  • View the building details.
  • Press the Run Validation button.
  • Errors appear in a table:
    • Must be cleared before you may complete your report.
    • Address warnings.
completing your report
Completing Your Report
  • After all errors are cleared:
    • The View Report button becomes active.
    • The Mark Building Complete button becomes active.
  • When a building is marked complete, the system attempts to E-mail your Fiscal Agency Authorized Official.
    • Follow up by contacting your FA Authorized Official personally.
  • Export your report to a PDF file.
submitting your report
Submitting Your Report
  • Reports submitted at the building level are subject to a series of reviews:

Building Level → Fiscal Agent →

CEPD Administrator → OCTE

  • Directions for Fiscal Agent and CEPD Administrator submissions are at www.cteis.com.
appendices
Appendices
  • Line item descriptions
  • Contact Table example
  • Allowable expenditures
  • Program improvement items
questions
Questions?

Don’t forget to fill out our Training Evaluation Form at www.PTDtechnology.com/CTEIS/TrainingDay

Thank you!

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